Aspirin, Biology


  1. It is acetylsalicyclic acid (C6H4(OCOCH)3CH3).
  2. It changes in salicyclic acid in body.
  3. It is analgesic, antipyratic (fever reducing), anti inflammatory.
  4. Useful in rheumatic fever.
  5. It prevents heart attack by making blood thin.
  6. It accelerates cellular metabolism.
  7. It may cause peptic ulcers & bleeding in stomach.
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