Do you want to take aspirin for hypertension patients?

Many hypertension patients are using aspirin. Today, let’s introduce this drug. Aspirin is very important in the treatment and control of cardiovascular diseases, but it does not mean that all hypertension patients should take aspirin. What people need aspirin? According to the 2010 < Guidelines for the Prevention and Treatment of Hypertension in China > >, it is recommended to use 100 mg aspirin every day for hypertension patients with the following conditions. For those who cannot tolerate aspirin, clopidogrel (75 mg/d) can be used instead: Have a history of angina pectoris and myocardial infarction; Having a history of cerebral thrombosis and transient ischemic attack; Has a history of occlusive peripheral atherosclerosis. For hypertension patients without the above conditions, it Read More …

How much influence does diet have on anticoagulants?

Anticoagulants, broadly speaking, mainly include two types of drugs. One is antiplatelet drugs: such as aspirin and clopidogrel; The second is anticoagulant drugs: such as warfarin, low molecular weight heparin and new anticoagulant drugs widely popularized abroad. In our daily life, we come into contact with relatively more drugs, mainly aspirin, clopidogrel and warfarin. In outpatient and emergency cases, we often encounter some such emergency situations: Middle-aged people suffering from coronary heart disease came to the emergency department due to massive gastric hemorrhage after drinking and socializing with their colleagues. The doctor asked about the medical history and found that middle-aged people were eating aspirin regularly. Elderly people suffering from atrial fibrillation suddenly have dyspnea, chest pain, hemoptysis and other Read More …

Palpitations? Breast discomfort? May be caused by atrial fibrillation!

Aunt Liu in the community is 66 years old this year and suffers from rheumatic mitral stenosis for more than 20 years. Recently, she always feels palpitations and shortness of breath. So she went to the hospital to check. The doctor took out the stethoscope and listened to it, and looked at her electrocardiogram, telling her that it was caused by atrial fibrillation, and let her go back and insist on taking aspirin every day. Is what atrial fibrillation? Why does Aunt Liu take aspirin every day? Today, let’s take a look at atrial fibrillation for everyone. Is what atrial fibrillation? Atrial fibrillation is the most common arrhythmia in clinic. Atrial contraction in normal people shows uniform and consistent contraction. Read More …

Eight Ways to Keep Diabetics Away from Heart Disease and Stroke

If I have diabetes, will I be fine if I eat less sugar? It is said that diabetes can lead to invisible eyes and diabetic feet. I don’t have any of these, does it matter? In fact, for diabetics, they should pay more attention to their hearts and brains. Some studies have shown that the risk of death from heart disease or stroke in patients with type 2 diabetes is 2-4 times higher than that in people without diabetes. In addition, many diabetics are accompanied by blood lipid, blood pressure rise, overweight or obesity and other problems. Therefore, in the treatment, should be treated equally. How can diabetics stay away from heart disease and stroke as much as possible? Come Read More …

In front of myocardial infarction, don’t let yourself regret for life.

Not long ago, my father had a myocardial infarction. After doing popular medical science for so long and my husband is also a doctor, I think I am no stranger to myocardial infarction, the number one killer of human beings. But when I really met it, I found that I knew almost nothing. In front of myocardial infarction, any step may go wrong, and if you go wrong, you may regret for life. Now that my father’s condition is stable and my mood is calm, I have decided to write down all the experiences and lessons of this experience from the perspective of the patient’s family. But I also hope you will never use them. Lesson 1: No Attention to Read More …

Let’s not be fooled by the 7 rumors that have fooled Americans around.

Rumors about health care are not only available here, but have not fallen behind all over the world. The following seven statements were once popular in the United States and somewhat affected the Chinese people’s cognition. Dr. Clove took stock of them. After understanding them, let’s not fall for it! Aspirin to Prevent and Cure All Diseases? Fake! For ordinary elderly friends who do not have the risk of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, taking aspirin for a long time is not to prolong life, but to be at risk of various side effects. The most common ones are acid regurgitation, poor appetite, abdominal distension and pain, etc., and the probability of upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage will also increase. FDA does not Read More …

Diapers Causing O-legs/X-legs? Straight legs need leggings? The Truth about Baby’s Leg Type

Summer is coming, and mothers can finally take their babies out to play freely, watching the baby waddle towards you. Their hearts are beautiful, and [kind voices] float up beside them: Your baby’s legs are not straight, don’t wear diapers for her! O-leg is calcium deficiency, more calcium supplement! If the baby wants to look good on his legs in the future, leggings are the best at this time! Hearing this, your heart also began to play drums: the baby’s legs are curved, can they really be O-leg/X-leg, this leg type is the future baby’s Yan value bear, how can this be good… Dr. Zhang Chengqiang came to talk to us about the truth of the O-leg and X-leg that Read More …

The Century Legend of Aspirin (1)

[If I are going to be on a desert island and choose to carry some medicine with me, then she may be the first thing to think about-aspirin)] -Professor John A. Baron, Dartmouth School of Medicine Doubts about one’s life experience In other words, the current rapid upgrading of drugs, It has almost reached a dazzling level. Even some doctors are likely not to know the latest development of some drugs in their relevant specialties. It can be said that there are talented people in the country, The waves behind the Yangtze River push forward the waves before. However, among the numerous and constantly changing drugs, there is such an effective exception. Although she has gone through a hundred years Read More …

The Century Legend of Aspirin (3)

Before the above < < Aspirin is a thoughtful [good] drug > > The sword has two edges While people marvel at the various effects of aspirin, it should also be noted that many researchers have said: [But it is a double-edged sword.] As we already know, Aspirin plays an antipyretic and analgesic role because it can inhibit the production of prostaglandins. Her role in protecting the heart is also related to this. Because certain types of prostaglandins can bond particles in the blood to each other, Thrombosis occurs. If this thrombosis occurs in the heart, then myocardial infarction will occur. Aspirin can reduce the chance of thrombosis by inhibiting the production of prostaglandins, thus playing its corresponding protective role. Read More …

The Century Legend of Aspirin (4)

Before the above < < aspirin sword has double edges > > Old trees and new flowers When Felix Hoffman synthesized aspirin in those days, he never imagined that people had discovered so many effects of aspirin today. In addition to the aforementioned anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and analgesic effects, and prevention of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, scientists have recently turned their attention to the anti-cancer research of aspirin. Previous readers have learned that aspirin inhibits the synthesis of prostaglandins, Prostaglandins are converted from arachidonic acid under the catalysis of cyclooxygenases (Cox-1 and Cox-2). Aspirin inhibits the synthesis of prostaglandins by inhibiting cyclooxygenases to exert its many effects. Inhibitors of Cox-2 can promote tumor apoptosis. Reduce mitosis and angiogenesis of tumor cells, Read More …