who should get aspirin for primary prevention

New recommendations will focus more on AGE to determine who should get aspirin for primary prevention.

Previous guidelines relied more on RISK calculators...and recommended aspirin for patients with a cardiovascular risk of at least 6% over 10 years.

In general, the new recommendations recommend low-dose aspirin for men age 45 to 79...and women age 55 to 79.

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