It turns out that these drugs, taken to alleviate coronary heart disease and reduce the risk of heart attack, may contribute to myocardial infarction in hot weather. These include aspirin, antiplatelet drugs, and beta-blockers.

The scientists came to similar conclusions as a result of their analysis of 2494 cases of myocardial infarction, which occurred in Augsburg, Germany, from May to September 2001.

At the same time, the experts noted that although the link they discovered did not 100% prove the guilt of taking drugs, a comparison between younger patients (25 to 59 years old) and older patients (60 to 74 years old) showed that. It was found that among those taking beta-blockers and antiplatelet drugs, they were more prone to heat-related heart attacks. And this is provided that coronary heart diseases are not so pronounced. And this already shows that the drugs that can contribute to myocardial infarction are not the underlying cardiovascular condition (ie coronary disease).

Source: Ferra

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