AAASPS

(redirected from African-American Antiplatelet Stroke Prevention Study)
African-American Antiplatelet Stroke Prevention Study. A clinical trial sponsored by the National Stroke Association, designed to assess stroke prevention, comparing the effectiveness of aspirin to Ticlid®—ticlopidine—in preventing recurrent stroke in African-American patients
Conclusion Aspirin is more effective
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AAASPS

Cardiology A clinical trial–African-American antiplatelet stroke prevention study–sponsored by the National Stroke Association, designed to assess stroke prevention treatment; specifically, the study compares the effectiveness of aspirin to Hoffmann-La Roche's Ticlid®–ticlopidine in preventing recurrent stroke in African-American Pts
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