New use of low-dose aspirin is not associated with a significantly increased risk of intracranial bleeds: results from a population-based nested case–control study in the United Kingdom

Lucía Sea Soriano, David Gaist, Montse Soriano-Gaberró, Luis A Garcia Rodriguez

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Original languageEnglish
Publication date12. Nov 2016
Publication statusPublished - 12. Nov 2016
EventAmerican Heart Association Congress - New Orleans, United States
Duration: 12. Nov 201616. Nov 2016

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ConferenceAmerican Heart Association Congress
CountryUnited States
CityNew Orleans
Period12/11/201616/11/2016

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Soriano, L. S., Gaist, D., Soriano-Gaberró, M., & Garcia Rodriguez, L. A. (2016). New use of low-dose aspirin is not associated with a significantly increased risk of intracranial bleeds: results from a population-based nested case–control study in the United Kingdom. Abstract from American Heart Association Congress, New Orleans, United States.
Soriano, Lucía Sea ; Gaist, David ; Soriano-Gaberró, Montse ; Garcia Rodriguez, Luis A. / New use of low-dose aspirin is not associated with a significantly increased risk of intracranial bleeds: results from a population-based nested case–control study in the United Kingdom. Abstract from American Heart Association Congress, New Orleans, United States.
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Soriano, LS, Gaist, D, Soriano-Gaberró, M & Garcia Rodriguez, LA 2016, 'New use of low-dose aspirin is not associated with a significantly increased risk of intracranial bleeds: results from a population-based nested case–control study in the United Kingdom', American Heart Association Congress, New Orleans, United States, 12/11/2016 - 16/11/2016.

New use of low-dose aspirin is not associated with a significantly increased risk of intracranial bleeds: results from a population-based nested case–control study in the United Kingdom. / Soriano, Lucía Sea; Gaist, David; Soriano-Gaberró, Montse ; Garcia Rodriguez, Luis A.

2016. Abstract from American Heart Association Congress, New Orleans, United States.

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Soriano LS, Gaist D, Soriano-Gaberró M, Garcia Rodriguez LA. New use of low-dose aspirin is not associated with a significantly increased risk of intracranial bleeds: results from a population-based nested case–control study in the United Kingdom. 2016. Abstract from American Heart Association Congress, New Orleans, United States.