Personalized medicine is at the forefront of health care today, focusing on how best to tailor the treatment approach to each person. But should we be thinking about personalizing the approach for prevention as well? The one-dose-fits-all approach has been used in nearly all aspirin studies. What is poorly understood is the influence of body weight. Perhaps the reason why aspirin has resulted in only modest benefits in clinical trials might be related to under (and over) dosing based on patient weight.
Podcast Case: Weight-based Dosing of Aspirin
Guest Author: Marina Maes, PharmD, BCPS
Music by Good Talk