safety point is chances of bleeding. & efficacy point is platelet aggregation inhibition in patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome after Percutaneous Coronary Intervention.
Beta blocker either increase or decrease efficacy & safety of prasugrel in ACS patients with PCI?
- 9 May 2012 by monikamodi2012
- 28 May 2012
- bleeding disorder, acute coronary syndrome, percutaneous coronary intervention, prasugrel, platelet aggregation inhibition, beta blocker
I am on a beta blocker, it decreases heart rates, helps lower blood pressure, is used in migraine prophylaxis ... won't interfere with the other meds listed. They won't affect any bleeding issues and won't cause the platelets to stick on anything. They have been around a long time and have been researched extensively. Don't worry
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