Please Note:

It is important not to confuse what is called 'Immediate' aspirin with the daily, low-dose aspirin (75mg) taken to reduce the risk of a heart attack. 'Immediate' aspirin is a separate, larger dose of aspirin (300mg) taken at the very commencement of a suspected heart attack in which severe chest pain is experienced. 'Immediate' aspirin taken at the start of a heart attack can be life saving - even in a patient who has already taken his or her usual daily small dose of the drug.

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'Immediate' aspirin has been shown to significantly reduce deaths from heart attack, and the earlier it is taken during a heart attack, the greater the benefit.

Aspod® is the only system in the world specifically designed to provide you with instant access to an emergency dose of soluble aspirin - wherever you are, 24 hours a day, even in the dark.

Indigestion or Heart Attack?

If you are experiencing chest pain, breathlessness and feeling generally unwell and suspect it may be indigestion take an antacid such as Gaviscon® or Rennies®. In the vast majority of cases the symptoms of indigestion will have eased within 10-20 minutes of taking the antacid. If the symptoms persist, spread, or get worse seek immediate medical advice/attention in case it is a heart attack – DO NOT WAIT.


October 2016: Dr Mark Porter met Peter Rothwell, Professor of Clinical Neurology at the University of Oxford, to discuss his important new findings relating to mini-strokes (TIA), strokes, heart attack and aspirin.

Advice for Ramblers...

Aspod® features in the first edition of Outdoor First Aid. The book is packed with good advice for administering first aid in remote settings and is essential reading for those outdoor enthusiasts. See the page concerning heart attacks here.

Advice for ramblers
Find out what causes a heart attack and how aspirin can help

Many senior health care professionals recommend that an emergency dose of 300mg soluble aspirin is carried at all times by people over the age of 50.

"Every year almost a quarter of a million people suffer heart attacks in Britain and a third die before reaching hospital"

British Heart Foundation 2007 Heart Disease Statistics

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What Our Customers Are Saying

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Mr M.H   Bucks.

7:09pm on Monday, April 15th, 2013 

... customer service that not only exceeds but astounds customer expectations is alive and thriving at Aspod!

Paula Browne   Ireland

4:51pm on Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013 

I found your representative to be very helpful when I asked for assistance with regard to my damaged Aspod keyring. Even after he had posted the FREE replacement to me he kept in touch by email to check whether I had received them. Overall I was very pleased with his help and assistance in this matter many thanks for all your help, even regarding the dosage I need to put into the keyring.

Ms DN   Canada

9:40am on Thursday, February 14th, 2013 

We are quite blown away by your amazing customer service. WOW!

James McConkey   Spain

11:06am on Wednesday, January 30th, 2013 

Had an Aspod delivered to me in Spain very quickly. I am going to recommend Aspod to my family and friends. Customer Support have been Excellent and they even emailed me to ask if my Aspod had arrived and told me that even if my dog chews my Aspod it would still be under the 2 year guarantee!!! You can't put a price on your life!, So I am going to carry the Aspod everywhere I go.

Richard DL   Newcastle Upon Tyne

5:17pm on Wednesday, December 5th, 2012 

According to a report which I read recently, the proportion of patients receiving pre-hospital aspirin from a paramedic or alternative health provider ranged from 19% to 78%, depending on the Ambulance Service involved. Bad news if you are unlucky enough to live in an area served by an Ambulance Service with only 19% compliance! The ASPOD has got to be good news!

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