Open Access Opinion Article ID: JCMC-9-289

    Aspirin is used to mitigate the increasing frequency of marathon-related cardiac arrests

    Arthur J Siegel*

    Male gender and the marathon were shown to be independent and significant risk factors for cardiac arrest in United States road races in a 10-year registry beginning in 2000, during which events increased in frequency during the latter half of the study [1]. Fifty-nine fatalities in runners with an average age in the mid-40s indicate excess pre-mature acute mortality despite an overall incidence of 1 per 100,000 participants. 


    Published on: Dec 15, 2022 Pages: 77-78

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-2976.000189
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