Safety (Enteric) Coated 81 mg Low Dose Aspirin
St. Joseph is America’s most trusted 81 mg aspirin and comes in a safety (enteric) coated, easy-to-swallow micro size tablet. The enteric coating delays the release of the aspirin so that it can pass through the stomach before dissolving, making it an ideal part of a doctor-approved low dose adult aspirin regimen. Putting a little love in your heart has never been easier.
An adult aspirin regimen using 81 mg aspirin, such as St. Joseph Low Dose Aspirin, is recommended by doctors and leading health organizations to help some individuals prevent a recurrent heart attack or ischemic stroke. Aspirin therapy is not right for everyone, so always talk to your doctor before starting or changing an aspirin regimen.
Our safety (enteric) coated tablets are available in the following sizes:
- 36 count
- 120 count
- 200 count
- 365 count
Clinical Advantages of Safety (Enteric) Coated Aspirin
Aspirin can help save a life. When taken as directed by a doctor, aspirin has been shown to reduce the risk of recurrent heart attacks or ischemic strokes (strokes caused by a blood clot).
Safety (enteric) coating delays the release of aspirin until the tablet passes through the stomach. For people who are sensitive to aspirin’s potentially irritating effects on the stomach lining, taking enteric coated aspirin offers a convenient, nano-material-free, and gluten-free approach to maintaining a healthy heart.
How St. Joseph Aspirin Can Help Keep Your Heart Healthy
Works With Your Heart Health Goals
An adult aspirin regimen using 81 mg aspirin, such as St. Joseph Low Dose Aspirin, is recommended by doctors and leading health organizations to help some individuals prevent a recurrent heart attack or ischemic stroke.
Possibly Reduces The Risk of Death or Complications from a Heart Attack
Studies show that taking aspirin as soon as a heart attack is suspected may reduce the risk of death or complications from the heart attack. If you suspect you are having a heart attack, the first thing you should do is get emergency medical care immediately. Call 911 and crush or chew and swallow aspirin as directed by a doctor. Consult your doctor in advance if you should take aspirin in the event of a suspected heart attack.
Helps Prevent Blood Clots From Forming
Aspirin’s blood-thinning properties help prevent blood clots from forming, which can assist in the prevention of another heart attack or stroke.
Ischemic Heart Disease
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