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1

What is the MOA of action for Aspirin?

Irreversibly inhibits prostaglandin and cyclooxyrgenase (Platelets).

Blocks the formation of Thrombaxane A2

2

What is the low dose recommendation for anti platelet formation

81 - 325 mg

3

What are Side effects of Aspirin

GI upset and drip bleeding

4

What are the contraindications of Aspirin?

1. Active bleeding
2. Hemophilia

5

What is the MOA of Dipyridamole

Inhibits platelet aggregation

6

What is the dosage for Dipyridamole

400 mg + 50 mg of Aspirin

7

What is the MOA of Cilostazole

fuck

8

What is the MOA of Clopidogrel

shit

9

What is the dosage for Clopidogrel

75 mg

10

What is the MOA for Pentoxifylline

Alters RBC flexibility