Aspirin Appeared to Help Against Moderate COVID-19: Study

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Patients with moderate COVID-19 appeared to benefit from early administration of aspirin, according to a new study.

Patients who were given aspirin on their first day in the hospital were less likely to die or experience blood clotting, researchers found.

Dr. Jonathan Chow with the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and other researchers analyzed data from 64 healthcare systems for the study.

Moderate COVID-19 was defined as not needing intensive care such as mechanical ventilation of oxygenation.

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