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Report: Glavine to avoid surgery
2006-08-22 09:28
by Bob Timmermann is reporting that Tom Glavine won't need surgery for his vascular problem in his shoulder and he will be treated with blood thinners, which could just be baby aspirin.

I assume it comes in flavors other than orange now.

2006-08-22 10:21:01
1.   Berkeley Doug
Good news! I'm not a Mets fan, but as a baseball fan, it would be a shame that his career had to end so suddenly under those circumstances.
2006-08-22 10:27:03
2.   Ken Arneson
I didn't think they made baby aspirin anymore.

Because of the risk of Reye's Syndrome, giving your kids aspirin one of the things on the NEVER EVER DO THAT TO YOUR KIDS list that all parents get these days.

Of course, some parents, like Britney Spears (drive a convertible with your baby in your lap) and Michael Jackson (dangle your kid off a balcony), don't actually read the manual. So maybe when you combine those people with pitchers-with-blood-clots, there's still a market for it.

2006-08-22 12:36:06
3.   Linkmeister
Or warfarin aka coumadin. That stuff is difficult to use; there's a break-in period when determining the correct dosage is done, and during that period you really don't want to cut yourself or have dental work done. Your blood just doesn't want to clot at all at all.

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