However, earlier studies comparing aspirin with clopidogrel after myocardial infarction did not find statistically significant variation in rate of deaths and re-infarction. In fact theoretical suggestions for a combined use of clopidogrel and aspirin might lead to an improved effect on the function of platelets as well as the anticoagulants.
Historically these responses are thought to be as result of genetic heredity and not the effect of drug mix. Indeed none of the past researches show a credible outcome. This results to a dilemma amongst nurses because it drifts the debate further away.