About the book
Aspirin is one of the oldest and also one of the most commonly used drugs in the world. The description "old but gold" perfectly fits aspirin. It has been used as an analgesic and antipyretic drug at first but nowadays it is mostly used as an antiplatelet drug. Aspirin has some unique properties which make it indispensable. This book aims to review the history, pharmacology, and clinical use of aspirin. The book will provide readers with an understanding of mechanisms and clinical use of aspirin. This book also intends to review the recent advances in aspirin use in different clinical scenarios. The latest information regarding aspirin use in primary and secondary prevention will also considered as well as its side effects.