Gerald R. FRCPE of the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and colleagues conducted a study to determine whether screening of the general population could be available for a low ABI identified a higher risk group from from aspirin therapy. The randomized controlled trial, conducted from April 1998 to October 2008 involved 28,980 men and women aged 50 to 75 years, free of clinical cardiovascular disease, and who had an ABI screening test. Of these, 3,350 with a low ABI enrolled in the study and randomized to once – daily 100 mg aspirin or placebo. The primary endpoint was a combination of first fatal or nonfatal coronary event or stroke or revascularization..
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