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Test your knowledge – ischaemic heart disease

Few areas of medicine have changed as much in the last 20 years as that of ischaemic heart disease. Its high incidence means that GPs encounter the condition frequently and need to know about therapeutic options.
Key Points
    Question 1
      Unstable angina is often caused by platelet aggregation precipitated by plaque disruption. Which of the following inhibit platelet aggregation? a. paracetamol b. aspirin c. ticlopidine d. clopidogrel e. warfarin

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