Aspirine in Obstetrics: From History to Practice
AbstractAspirin is one of the most widely used drugs in the world. Despite the large amount of data on its use, well known effects and proven efficacy, the role of aspirin in contemporary practice is still a topic of scientific research in various fields of medicine. This short review is focused on the usage of aspirin in obstetrics to prevent early and late preeclampsia.Key words: aspirin, pregnancy, preeclampsia, prevention
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