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Aspirin and Cerebrovascular Accident

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Aspirin and Cerebrovascular Accident

Age

>60 Years
217
50-59 Years
56
40-49 Years
24
1-9 Years
11
20-29 Years
7
0-12 Months
3
10-19 Years
3

Gender

Male: 42%
Female: 47%
Gender Unknown: 11%

Outcome

What were the most common outcomes of those reporting Cerebrovascular Accident?

Other
332
Hospitalization
237
Death
105
Disability
41
Life Threatening
38
Required Intervention
5

Reporter

Who most commonly reported Cerebrovascular Accident?

Consumer
181
Physician
110
Other
78
Lawyer
19
Pharmacist
11

Therapy

Of those reporting Cerebrovascular Accident, why were they taking Aspirin?

Drug Use For Unknown Indication
62
Prophylaxis
33
Cerebrovascular Accident Prophylaxi...
26
Myocardial Infarction
22
Ischaemic Heart Disease Prophylaxis
21

Other Medications

Which medications reported to the FDA are most commonly associated with Cerebrovascular Accident?

Vioxx
28589
Avandia
7311
Celebrex
4329
Bextra
3532
Avonex
2314
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Yaz
1997
Yasmin
1845
Trasylol
1795
Dianeal
1475
Fosamax
1265
Forteo
1215
Pradaxa
1163
Humira
1153
Avandamet
1016
Lipitor
931
Lucentis
809
Nexium
736
Remicade
709
Seroquel
692
Premarin
683
Prempro
673
Crestor
613
Plavix
608
Zometa
589
Lantus
541
Humalog
537
Digoxin
524
Diovan
521
Enbrel
519
Aspirin
506
Lyrica
489
Drospirenone And Ethinyl Estradiol
473
Nuvaring
469
Zyprexa
458
Revlimid
445
Ortho Evra
441
Aredia
440
Rebif
417
Heparin Sodium Injection
406
Provera
399
Rosiglitazone Maleate
375
Cymbalta
355
Tysabri
354
Neurontin
327
Toprol-xl
308
Coumadin
297
Exelon
297
Humulin N
276
Byetta
271
Chantix
270
Exjade
268

Is the adverse drug reaction you’re experiencing actually due to the drug you took?

The Naranjo Scale is a questionnaire for determining the likelihood of whether an adverse drug reaction is actually due to the drug or caused by other factors. Probability is assigned via a score termed definite, probable, possible or doubtful.*

YESNOUNKOWN
Are there previous conclusive reports on this reaction?
Did the adverse event appear after the suspected drug was administered?
Did the adverse reaction improve when the drug was discontinued or a specific antagonist was administered?
Did the adverse reaction reappear when the drug was readministered?
Are there alternative causes (other than the drug) that could on their own have caused the reaction?
Did the reaction reappear when a placebo was given?
Was the drug detected in the blood (or other fluids) in concentrations known to be toxic?
Was the reaction more severe when the dose was increased, or less severe when the dose was decreased?
Did the patient have a similar reaction to the same or similar drugs in any previous exposure?
Was the adverse event confirmed by any objective evidence?
Probability of an Adverse Event
Doubtful
Possible
Probable
Definite

*Naranjo, et al. "A method for estimating the probability of adverse drug reactions." Clin Pharmacol Ther. 1981 Aug;30(2):239-45.

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