I regularly watch ITV’s this morning programme. I always take notice of the medical sections of the programme and have found it interesting to see how promoting the use of certain products has saved people’s lives...
Please take note of the following:
- If in the past an allergic reaction to aspirin (such as swelling of the face or throat, or an acute asthma attack) has been experienced, aspirin should not be taken - even in an emergency!
- Aspirin is best avoided by patients who have stomach trouble, especially if a gastric or a duodenal ulcer is suspected.
- The ASPOD® is designed to be child resistant, but, as with all medication, it should be kept out of the reach of children.
- Immediate' Aspirin and Stroke/TIA? Please listen to the latest advice (2016) relating to the subject on our homepage.
C-Beam Developments Ltd. make no lifesaving claims for the ASPOD® but relies on a large body of medical evidence. Exhaustive efforts have been made to verify the accuracy and reliability of the evidence relating to the use of aspirin as described. This includes extensive research and repeated consultations with leading academics, doctors, and pharmacists over a four-year period.
IF IN DOUBT CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR