I had to present a historical fiction short story that I wrote for class. I spent days perfecting the story and even tied parts of my best friends story into it. I stood up and presented but it took me forever to get through it. I was so nervous I could barely stand still. My hands were shaking the whole time I read. After I had presented I felt a little better but I was still super nervous because each person in the class had to present their story. Apparently I was nervous for nothing because my best friend and I both got an A+
The correct answer is 4. "Dental surgery can safely be done usually 10 days after stopping the aspirin, depending on the health care provider's (HCP) preference."
Aspirin is a common medicine used to treat multiple conditions including pain and inflammation, also, it is common this is used to prevent certain heart diseases and heart attacks. Despite this, as an adverse effect aspirin might lead to excessive bleeding especially after operations which can last up to 10 days. This means, aspirin should be avoided at least 10 days before surgery, according to this, the most appropriate statement, in this case, is "Dental surgery can safely be done usually 10 days after stopping the aspirin, depending on the health care provider's (HCP) preference" as this is the only statement that considers the risk of excessive bleeding aspirin can cause.