What Is a Nursing Implication for Aspirin?

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Nursing implications refers to what one should focus on/the contraindications. For Aspirin, these implications may include either of the following: bleeding disorders, thrombocytopenia, peri-operative pain, hypersensitivity, increased risk of cardio-vascular disease. Its intake should be done under medical supervision especially when one has either of the following conditions: renal disease, severe hepatic diseases, pregnancy and is lactating.
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