whether it's okay to use aspirin to prevent thrombosis after hip or knee replacement surgery

You'll hear debate about whether it's okay to use aspirin to prevent thrombosis after hip or knee replacement surgery.

Many orthopedic surgeons use aspirin instead of other antithrombotics to try to minimize bleeding.

They were doing this despite previous Chest antithrombotic guidelines that discouraged using aspirin...due to efficacy concerns.

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