Low Dose Aspirin
When it comes to your health, trust the expertise of your healthcare professional. If your doctor has recommended Low Dose Aspirin, you may have been told about the benefits of Cartia.
Cartia helps prevent blood clotting and reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke in patients with known cardiovascular or cerebrovascular disease. For use under medical supervision only.
When considering Low Dose Aspirin, it is important to note that not all products are created the same. Cartia sets itself apart with its specially formulated Duentric coating. Uncoated Low Dose Aspirin is generally released into the stomach where it may cause irritation to the stomach lining and may also increase the risk of gastrointestinal ulcers.
The innovative Duentric coating of Cartia prevents the aspirin from being broken down in the stomach and dissolving lower in the intestines, which means less contact with the stomach and less risk of irritation.
Explore the various pack sizes available within the Cartia range:
- Cartia 100mg 28 Tablets.
- Cartia 100mg 84 Tablets.
- Cartia 100mg 168 Tablets.
Active ingredient: Aspirin 100mg
ALWAYS READ THE LABEL AND FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS FOR USE.
Cartia helps prevent blood clotting and reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke in patients with known cardiovascular or cerebrovascular disease. For use under medical supervision only. The use of low dose aspirin may be only one component of your medical practitioner’s management plan to prevent you having a further heart attack or stroke. You should discuss this plan with your medical practitioner. Do not substitute other medicines containing aspirin, for this medicine, without first consulting your Pharmacist or medical practitioner.
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Please contact your doctor or healthcare professional if you have any questions about your medical condition or its treatment. Aspen does not provide medical advice to patients or consumers. For Aspen prescription products you will find information about your medicine in the Consumer Medicine Information section (link to TGA website) available on this website.