Aspirin may be the most common anti-platelet agent in use, but is it the safest? For decades, Aspirin has been used prophylactically, yet research is starting to show that there is no place for aspirin in stroke prevention. Navigating the minefield of anti-platelet agents can be confusing, and keeping up with current research can be hard. So let Dr Jenny Gowan guide you through the latest information on anti-platelets, and allow her to dissolve your confusion.

Recorded: 18 Feb 2015


informative -- 06 Apr 2018
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It was very informative -- 15 Mar 2018
Very knowledgable. -- 06 Mar 2018
Educational -- 19 Feb 2018
Good -- 18 Feb 2018
Very good speaker. -- 18 Jan 2018
Very informative -- 17 Jan 2018
Good, short resource with some insight into anti-platelets and the risk vs benefits. -- 08 Jan 2018
Good short presentation -- 07 Jan 2018
Informative and useful. -- 27 Nov 2017