Cardiovascular Disease Secondary Prevention

Supported by Bayer® Aspirin In the U.S., aspirin is only indicated for secondary prevention. For secondary prevention, someone takes aspirin because they already have known cardiovascular disease and suffered from a cardiovascular event and are trying to prevent another one. People may have already had a heart attack, ischemic stroke, suffer from angina or have had a procedure like a stent. 

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