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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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Effective strategies for the prevention of NSAID or anti-platelet-induced peptic ulcers and their complications include medication property-based measures such as using enteric-coated or buffered ASA preparations and selective COX-2 inhibitors; however, the most preferred strategy is the addition of gastric mucosa protecting agents to the treatment.
"To give the NSAID story one more chance to end well, we enrolled trial participants at the earliest stages of disease development, before they exhibited cognitive impairment," explained Dr John Breitner, the study's senior author.
Renal and cardiovascular outcomes were similar between high-risk patients who received a prescription NSAID and those who did not (absolute risk reduction, 0.0003; P - .74).
Reduce the "risks of GI or cardiovascular problems by taking the lowest effective dose of an NSAID for the shortest time possible," according to the article.
Our study demonstrated that short-term (3 days prior to FLAC, we utilized 3 days of NSAID as we followed the standard protocol used in our department for the preoperative regimen, and as mentioned above, other studies demonstrate that the shorter preoperative regimen seems equally efficacious to ours) topical use of ketorolac prior to FLAC seems to prevent excessive release of PGE2 in the anterior chamber of the eyes that received NSAID pretreatment when compared to the eyes that did not receive NSAIDs.
The non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) diclofenac and ibuprofen are associated with a significantly inreased risk of cardiac arrest, according to a Danish study published in the European Heart Journal: Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy.
The physical component summary score was significantly lower in the NSAID group than that in the nonusing group or the LDA group (47.6 [+ or -] 7.6 in the nonusing group, 42.1 [+ or -] 9.9 in the NSAID-only group, 46.0 [+ or -] 10.1 in the LDA-only group, and 40.4 [+ or -] 9.6 in the NSAID/LDA group, P <0.05).
In this case report, it is likely that the patient's initial presentation with iron deficiency anaemia was related to gastritis and associated small bowel inflammation due to NSAID use.
223 (37.2%) patients used NSAID plasters in combination with oral analgesics.
We gathered information concerning the reaction that was the reason for the diagnostic workup (index reaction), including the clinical presentation, the NSAID causing the hypersensitivity, and the possible diagnosis of asthma, nasal polyposis, and/or chronic urticaria.
The total number of patients seen in the one-week study period in the four health centers, regardless of whether they received an NSAID prescription, was 3,524 patients.