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Uso de Antiplaquetarios en Infarto Cerebral
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Murillo-Bonilla LM, Illescas-Lomelí CA, Ramírez-Ramírez SA, Iñiguez-Marín ML. Uso de Antiplaquetarios en Infarto Cerebral. Rev Med Clin [Internet]. 5 de septiembre de 2021 [citado 27 de octubre de 2021];5(3):e04092105025. Disponible en: https://medicinaclinica.org/index.php/rmc/article/view/372

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Los antiplaquetarios son de los fármacos más utilizados para reducir el riesgo de eventos cardiovasculares en pacientes con isquemia cerebral transitoria e infarto cerebral. En la etapa de prevención primara su uso es limitado, y esto dependerá del riesgo cardiovascular medido por escalas como la escala de riesgo de Framingam. En prevención secundaria ya han demostrado su utilidad como monoterapia (aspirina o clopidogrel) o terapia dual en especial en la etapa aguda del infarto cerebral menor (aspirina/clopidogrel por 21 días). Otras líneas de investigación incluyen el uso combinado de aspirina con anticoagulantes directos o las terapias triples. En el presente artículo de revisión mostramos la evidencia publicada sorbre el beneficio de los antiplaquetarios en la prevención del infarto cerebral.

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