Dipyridamole mechanism of action

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This prevents blood flow to the heart or brain and causes a heart attack or stroke. Aspirin therapy reduces the clumping action of platelets — possibly preventing heart attack and stroke. Both medications affect platelette formation (anti-coagulant). The sensitivities of the patient are the considrations for which to use. I don't believe either anti-coangulants thin the blood...according to my doctor. If they were blood thinners, blood flow threw occlusions would be enhanced and no angina.
To address the statement HF has a symptom of sweating is not correct. The confusion regarding sweating and heart conditions may be due to a heart attack can cause nausea, sweating, etc., BUT heart failure does NOT have a symptom of sweating. I have had CHF and there is no sweating involved, and I have researched the subject and answered the question several times in the past...its a matter of confusing HA and HF.. It can be explained and there has been a study done on the subject.
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