This figure displays a forest plot of a random-effects meta-analysis of five studies that shows an odds ratio of 1.49 (95% CI, 1.20 to 1.84), favoring no proton pump inhibitor.

Figure 44Meta-analysis of dual antiplatelet therapy with and without proton pump inhibitor on stroke at about 1 year

A = standard adjusted hazard ratio; CI = confidence interval; P = propensity-adjusted hazard ratio; PPI = proton pump inhibitor

From: Results

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Melloni C, Jones WS, Washam JB, et al.

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