London, UK – In the UK, experts have begun laboratory studies to definitively understand how effective aspirin is against coronavirus.

“Is aspirin effective in the treatment of a new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19)?”experts investigating the answer to the question began to work. In the UK, where there are more than one million 120 thousand cases, he rolled up his sleeves to understand whether aspirin is effective in treating coronavirus.

The trial will be the most far-reaching drug trial in the UK to date.

2 thousand volunteers participating in the study will take 150 milligrams of aspirin per day, and in this process, changes in their health will be observed.

Previous research in the United States has suggested that aspirin use reduces the risk of hospitalization, hospitalization, and death. But it’s too early to say aspirin protects against coronavirus.

Aspirin prevents blood clotting. Because coronavirus patients experience clotting, it is also thought to be effective in treatment.

Aspirin is used to relieve muscle, joint, and mild headaches and reduce fever in colds, flu, or some rheumatic diseases.

The drug, whose active ingredient is acetylsalicylic acid, is also given as a blood thinner to prevent the risk of heart attack and stroke to those over a certain age. But aspirin also increases the risk of bleeding in the body

British scientists have made a statement that has baffled international public opinion as work continues on drugs and vaccines in many countries to eradicate the coronavirus that has emerged in China. An initiative of the world’s leading scientists said that the drug called Aspirin, which is well known to the public in everyday life, could be effective as a potential solution to the corona.

Scientists have suggested that aspirin, which dilutes blood and prevents clotting, which is predominantly preferred against headaches and malaise, may cure those suffering from the virus. “There is a clear approach that aspirin will be effective,” said Peter Horby, the scientist who led the study. Moreover, Aspirin is safe, not expensive and widespread,” he said.

Aspirin can work in patients with Coronavirus, experts said, using aspirin in the treatment process can prevent clots that may occur in patients with Covid-19. Scientists conducted a study to examine the effect of aspirin on Covid-19 patients. The 2,000 volunteers involved in the study will take 150 milligrams of Aspirin a day, and in the process the changes they experience in their health will be observed.

An easy-to-access and inexpensive Aspirin drug reduces the risk of death of hospitalized patients with the new type of coronavirus by about 50 percent, a study by US scientists found. The drug, which has a blood-thinning effect, inhibits blood clotting, which is one of the main causes of Covid-19 deaths, the researchers said.

Aspirin, also known as acetylsalicylic acid, is a medication used to reduce pain, fever, or inflammation. Specific inflammatory conditions which aspirin is used to treat include Kawasaki disease, pericarditis, and rheumatic fever. Aspirin given shortly after a heart attack decreases the risk of death.