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, any of a diverse group of drugs used to relieve pain. Analgesic drugs include the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as the salicylates, acetaminophen, narcotic drugs such as morphine, and synthetic drugs with morphinelike action such as meperidine
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According to the devolved health ministry's record, Imran Gilani, a partner of Danas Pharmaceutical with ties to the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), submitted a written request to Shahabuddin in 2010, seeking a no objection certificate (NOC) for the import of 5,000 kg of dextropropoxyphene from India.
Dextropropoxyphene is present in the following medicines: Distalegisic, Doloxene, Doloxene CO-65, Doxyfene, Lentogesic and Synap Forte which are used to treat pain.
Products on the Cyprus market which contain dextropropoxyphene are sold under the names of Distalgesic tablets, Destirol film coated tablets, Dologesic film coated tablets and Medonol film coated tablets.
Methods: Therapeutic equivalent doses of codeine, dextromethorphan and dextropropoxyphene were given orally.
Systematic overview of co-proxamol to assess analgesic effects of addition of dextropropoxyphene to paracetamol.
Systematic overview of coproxamol to assess analgesic effects of addition of dextropropoxyphene to paracetamol.
We optimized settings with the quantitative optimization function in the Analyst Software, by infusing at 5 [micro]L/min a 1 mg/L-mixture of 11 compounds [glafenine, dextropropoxyphene, trimeprazine, omeprazole, lorazepam, quinine, ranitidine, nandrolone, lidocaine, ritonavir, and theophylline in acetonitrile pH 3.
The coroner said recent research had shown that dextropropoxyphene, a constituent of Co-Proxamol, can be dangerous, even in small doses and should not be mixed with other medicines.
It is only available on prescription and contains a mixture of paracetamol and dextropropoxyphene.
It contains a combination of paracetamol and a weak opioid painkiller, dextropropoxyphene.
Medication and food interactions that potentiate warfarin by level of supporting evidence Level of evidence Medication/food Highly probable Alcohol (a) Metronidazole Amiodarone Miconazole Cimetidine Omeprazole Clofibrate Phenylbutazone Cotrimoxazole Piroxicam Erythromycin Propafenone Fluconazole Propranolol Isoniazid Sulfinpyrazone Probable Acetaminophen Itraconazole Anabolic steroids Quinidine Aspirin Phenytoin Chloral hydrate Simvastatin Ciprofloxacin Tamoxifen Dextropropoxyphene Tetracycline Disulfiram Influenza vaccine Possible Disopyramide Norfloxacin 5-Fluorouracil Ofloxacin Ifosphamide Topical salicylates Lovastatin Sulindac Metolazone Tometin Nalidixic acid (a) When associated with underlying liver disease.
The results of the 1992 to 1994 Danish study also indicated the use of strong analgesics, dextropropoxyphene and codeine with sumatriptan (Gaist et al.