paracetamol


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paracetamol

a mild analgesic and antipyretic drug used as an alternative to aspirin
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The findings indicated that paracetamol when taken during pregnancy altered the development of the reproductive systems of female offsprings.
This study was designed to compare postoperative analgesic efficacy of paracetamol administered intermittently and through PCA pump after single level lumbar discectomy.
Many over the counter medications contain paracetamol so it's best practice to make sure your cat cannot access any human medicines in the house.
It read: "This paracetamol is 25p but it's as low as 16p in Home Bargains.
Children's paracetamol medicine is also cheap if the pharmacist's own brands are bought.
Headaches can be treaterd with over-the-counter medication In addition to paracetamol there are painkillers called NSAIDs - non-steroidal anti-inflammatories.
Sixty ASA I children were taken up for a prospective randomised comparative double-blind trial and were grouped into Group C (caudal bupivacaine) and Group S (caudal bupivacaine with paracetamol suppository).
43 per cent of children evaluated at age one and 41 per cent assessed at age five were exposed to any paracetamol at some point during the first 32 weeks of pregnancy.
Clinical signs of autism were also more numerous in boys whose mothers frequently took paracetamol during pregnancy.
It is important to highlight that from these results we cannot determine a direct link between paracetamol usage and any neurodevelopmental problems.