You are browsing the archive for Aspod.

The ASPOD facilitates ‘immediate’ aspirin

1 May 2013 in Classroom Training, Equipment, First Aid, Instructor, Online Training, QCF

Research shows that it takes 14 minutes for a chewed soluble tablet to produce maximal platelet inhibition, and a swallowed tablet 26 minutes. Demonstrating that, when chewed, soluble aspirin is the most effective way of accelerating absorption of aspirin into the blood and shortening the time required for an anti-platelet effect, the anti-platelet effect stops an existing clot from worsening.  The ASPOD facilitates ‘immediate’ aspirin.

THE PROBLEM WITH CARRYING ASPIRIN IN FOIL:

There are several issues connected with carrying soluble aspirin in pockets, bags or wallets: Read the rest of this entry →

Skip to toolbar