P2Y12 receptor inhibitors in ACS

22 Jul

The cornerstone of treatment of ACS in the ED is aspirin, anticoagulation and P2Y12 receptor inhibitors. It is in the guidelines, but still it is interesting to look at the evidence behind the guidelines! Just read the article in BMJ called: “Why we can’t trust clinical guidelineshttp://www.bmj.com/content/346/bmj.f3830.

Today we dive into the evidence of  P2Y12 receptor inhibitors for ACS. The ones we look at are clopidogrel, prasugrel and ticagrelor! And just so you know, I have no conflict  of interest!!!

Here is the table with the articles:

Table P2Y12

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