Aspirin Dispersible / Enteric Coated 75mg Tablets
- Helps Prevent Further Heart Attacks & Strokes
- Can Be Used After Bypass Surgery
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Blood clots in an artery can cause heart attacks. Use Asprin dispersible tablets to prevent blood clots. Heart attack patients should take aspirin to reduce the risk of further attacks.
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Aspirin 75mg Dispersible Tablets
Aspirin 75mg Dispersible Tablets is an antiplatelet agent that helps prevent your blood cells sticking together and forming a blood clot. To prevent further heart attacks and strokes, Aspirin 75mg Dispersible Tablets are used in patients with a previous history of heart attacks, unstable angina or stroke, and following by-pass surgery.
Dispersible Aspirin Tablets
Dispersible Aspirin Tablets allow for some basic advantages over using standard tablet delivery form. One of the first is quick absorption, allowing a quicker onset of action compared with conventional tablets.
Children and elderly person with swallowing difficulties can take Dispersible Aspirin Tablets knowing that they’ll get the correct amount of medication regardless of their dysphagia.
Lastly, using Dispersible Aspirin Tablets reduces the amount of properties lost when taking the medication. Standard tablets sometimes loose a percentage of medication that isn’t absorbed.
Aspirin 75mg Dispersible Tablets Side Effects
Like with all medicine, Aspirin 75mg Dispersible Tablets Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any of these Aspirin 75mg Dispersible Tablets side effects, especially if any of them are getting progressively worse, immediately stop and speak to your doctor as soon as possible.
Below is a list of Aspirin 75mg Dispersible Tablets Side Effects experienced more, or less when people have taken Dispersible Aspirin tablets. For a full list, please refer to the patient information leaflet.
- Increased tendency for bleeding
- Runny noses
- Breathing difficulty
- Severe bleeding in the stomach or intestines, brain haemorrhage, altered number of blood cells
- Nausea and vomiting
- Cramps in the lower respiratory tract, asthma attack
- Inflammation in the blood vessels
- Bruising with purple spots
- & more in the patient information leaflet
Aspirin 300mg Dispersible Tablets
Finding the correct Aspirin strength will be decided and discussed by your doctor. Low-dose aspirin recommendations should be followed exactly as your doctor has told you to.
Aspirin 300mg Dispersible Tablets are usually taken once a day, especially if the patient has just had a stroke, heart attack or heart bypass surgery. Aspirin 300mg Dispersible Tablets can also be taken for pain relief under the guidance of your doctor.
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Aspirin 75mg Dispersible Tablets Patient Information Leaflet
Aspirin 75mg Dispersible Tablets Patient Information Leaflet (Summary of Product Characteristics) can be found via this link or inside the product box.
The Aspirin 75mg Dispersible Tablets Patient Information Leaflet will contain common questions about Dispersible Aspirin it does not however contain all of the available information. It should not be used for advice in place of your doctor’s instructions.
For further information that isn’t contained in the Aspirin 75mg Dispersible Tablets Patient Information Leaflet, contact your doctor or pharmacist.
Aspirin 75mg Dispersible Tablets Pil
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Dispersible Aspirin 75mg 100 Tablets
Dispersible Aspirin 75mg 100 Tablets are usually used for a longer term treatment plan. A patient my require Dispersible Aspirin 75mg 100 Tablets are usually taken for life if someone is prone to blood clots.
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75mg Dispersible Aspirin Tablets
Before taking 75mg Dispersible Aspirin Tablets and you’re pregnant, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.
Pregnant women should not take 75mg Dispersible Aspirin Tablets unless advised by your doctor. You should not take 75mg Dispersible Aspirin Tablets if you are in the last three months of pregnancy, unless you are advised to do so by your doctor and then the daily dose should not exceed 100mg.
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Are Dispersible Aspirin Tablets Coated
Are Dispersible Aspirin Tablets Coated?
No, Aspirin Dispersible tablets aren’t coated in a substance. However, enteric coated aspirin is coated to allow the medication to reach the small intestine before the medication is released.
What Are The Symptoms Of A Heart Attack?
Symptoms of a heart attack can include:
- Chest Pain – the chest can feel like it’s being pressed or squeezed by a heavy object, and pain can radiate from the chest to the jaw, neck, arms and back
- Shortness of breathe
- feeling weak or lightheaded, or both
- an overwhelming feeling of anxiety
It’s important to know that not everyone experiences severe chest pain. This is particularly the case with many women. The pain can often be mild and mistaken for indigestion.
It’s the combination of symptoms that’s important in determining whether a person is having a heart attack and not the severity of chest pain.
While waiting for an ambulance, it may help to chew and then swallow a tablet of aspirin (ideally 300mg), as long as the person having a heart attack is not allergic to aspirin.
Aspirin helps to thin the blood and improves blood flow to the heart.
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Before You Take Aspirin Dispersible / Enteric Coated 75mg Tablets
Do not take Aspirin 75mg Tablets:
- if you are allergic to aspirin or any of the other ingredients of this medicine (listed in section 6)
- if you have ever had a bad reaction to aspirin or any other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines (you have ever had asthma, swelling of the lips or face, itchy skin or runny nose after taking them)
- if you have, or ever had, an ulcer in your stomach or intestine
- if you are under 16 years old, unless your doctor tells you to
- if you have, or ever had, a bleed in your stomach or intestines (you may have been sick and it contained blood or dark particles that looked like coffee grounds and/or passed blood in your stools or passed black tarry stools)
- if you have had other types of bleeding like a stroke
- if you have a blood clotting disorder (e.g. haemophilia or thrombocytopenia) or are taking medicines to thin your blood
- if you have gout
- if you have severe kidney or liver problems
- if you are in your last 3 months of pregnancy; you must not use higher doses than 100mg per day
- if you are taking a medicine called methotrexate
How To Take Aspirin Dispersible / Enteric Coated 75mg Tablets
Use in adults
The recommended dose for long-term use is 1-2 tablets (75-150mg) once a day. In some circumstances a higher dose may be appropriate, especially in the short-term, and up to 4 tablets
(300mg) a day may be used on the advice of a doctor.
Use in children and adolescents
Use in children and adolescents under 16 years old is not recommended.
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Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.
Stop taking this medicine and contact a doctor immediately if you have any of the
• Severe allergic reactions (blistered skin, swelling of the face, lips, throat or tongue, difficulty
breathing, fainting, shock)
• itchy skin rash caused by allergic reaction- pale or red irregular raised patches with severe
• Severe rash involving reddening, peeling and swelling of the skin that resembles severe burns
(Lyells syndrome) or severe rash, blisters, or red patches on the skin (Stevens-Johnson
syndrome), irregular red patches on the skin of the hands and arms (erythema multiforme)
there may be associated symptoms of aching joints and fever
• Bleeding on the brain (sudden severe headache, fit, changes in vision, speaking,
understanding or coordination, weakness in an arm or leg
• Stomach ulcers or bleeding which can be severe (you may develop bloody or black tarry
stools, severe stomach pain and vomit blood), stomach irritation (mild stomach pain,
heartburn and feeling or being sick). Fatalities have occurred
• Changes in numbers and types of blood cells, reduced number of red and white blood cells –
seen in blood tests (symptoms include pale yellow skin and weakness or breathlessness,
bruising more easily and increased susceptibility to infections)
• Liver problems including hepatitis (inflammation of the liver causing yellowing of the skin
or eyes or tiredness, pain in abdomen, joint or muscles)
• Salicylism – if you take large doses for a long time you may develop symptoms of salicylism,
these include: dizziness, ringing or buzzing in the ear, deafness, sweating, feeling or being
sick, headache and confusion.