Aspirin Through an IV for Migraine Relief


Do you have patients suffering from debilitating migraines? A recent study suggests injecting high-dose aspirin may help.

Intravenous high-dose aspirin may be the solution for some migraine sufferers seeking relief. This video, featured on an ABC local affiliate station, explains a study by a San Francisco Bay Area researcher that demonstrated the high-dosage variety is more effective then regular aspirin in treating migraine and is already routinely used in Europe.


Would you consider looking into high-dose intravenous aspirin as a treatment for migraines? Leave a comment.

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