ASPIRIN BRINGS ABOUT ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS BY MODIFICATION OF PLASMA CHOLESTEROL CONCENTRATIONS
Ayed Mizher Habeeb Al-Shammari1*, Dr Ian Naylor2, Professor Robert Naylor2
1. Al-Jahra center Kuwait.
2. School of Pharmacy University of Bradford, Bradford, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Keywords: Smoker, cholesterol, aspirin, cardiac risk
The active component of smoke which is nicotine plays its major role of for deposition of cholesterol in the inner wall of arties as acting as centre of accumulation of fats. This cholesterol which is considered one of the major factors of high blood pressure and heart attack, which deposited on inner walls of arties due to involvement of nicotine and shorting the passage of blood which finally develop a high blood pressure. It has found that aspirin effectively dissolve the cholesterol and normalize the blood pressure and acts as dilator [dilating the arties for normal flow of blood]. The concentrations of cholesterol in milli mole were treated with aspirin and it has been found that aspirin effectively treated against higher concentration of cholesterol in blood.
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