Ethics Aspirin 100mg Enteric Coated Tablets (90 tabs)
Used as a 'blood thinner' to make it less likely for your blood to clot. In this way, low-dose aspirin reduces your risk of stroke and heart attack. It has a special coating, to reduce the risk of stomach irritation.
The usual dose is 75 to 150 milligrams once a day, swallow the tablet whole with a glass of water. Do not crush or chew. This affects the special coating. It does not matter if you take the coated aspirin tablets with or without food.
Warnings and Cautions
Aspirin should not be used in children without medical advice. Do not exceed recommended dose. Preparations containing aspirin shold not be taken by people with an allergy to aspirin, or those taking anti-coagulant therapy. People with peptic ulcer, asthmatics and pregnant women should seek advice before taking aspirin.