NSAID


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NSAID:

see nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugnonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug,
a drug that suppresses inflammation in a manner similar to steroids, but without the side effects of steroids; commonly referred to by the acronym NSAID .
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The authors say that the study is a stark reminder that NSAIDs are not harmless and should not be used without advice from a healthcare professional.
Drug provocation is a gold standard in the diagnosis of NSAID hypersensitivity (3, 11).
Ibuprofen was the most frequently prescribed NSAID (46%), followed by diclofenac sodium (30%) and mefenamic acid (24%) [Table 4].
The drugs can increase the risk of heart attack or stroke even in patients without heart disease or risk factors for heart disease, but patients with heart disease or risk factors for it have a greater likelihood of heart attack or stroke following NSAID use.
Prevention of NSAID-related upper gastrointestinal toxicity: a meta-analysis of traditional NSAIDs with gastroprotection and COX-2-inhibitors.
Runners at two different endurance events, the 2011 Desert Race Across the Sand (RATS) and the 2011 Empire State Marathon (ESM) were surveyed to evaluate their patterns of NSAID and analgesic use during training for an event, during a competition, and during recovery following an event.
Several studies of NSAID prescription patterns are available (8, 9), but very few studies were conducted in rural areas.
3 percent had a least one prescription for an NSAID.
People who have survived a heart attack seem to increase their risk of having another one, or of dying, by taking common painkillers called NSAIDs, a popular class of drugs that includes ibuprofen.
The non-selective NSAID diclofenac was associated with early onset risk similar to the selective COX-2 inhibitor rofecoxib.
After that initial 2-week period, the fracture risk associated with short-acting opioid therapy dropped off but remained about threefold greater than with NSAID therapy, Dr.