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Anesthesiologists Use Caldolor® To Provide Preemptive Pain Control for Surgical Patients at U.S. Medical Centers
Date:3/2/2011

NASHVILLE, Tenn., March 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Cumberland Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Nasdaq: CPIX) today announced that Caldolor® (ibuprofen) Injection is being used by anesthesiologists in a growing number of hospitals and surgery centers to provide preemptive analgesia for surgical patients. In 2009, Caldolor became the first injectable product approved by the FDA with a dual indication for treatment of pain and fever in adults. Designed primarily for use in the hospital setting, Caldolor is on formulary at a growing number of U.S. medical centers.

Due to its broad indication, Caldolor is being used by physicians in a wide variety of settings to treat pain and fever in hospitalized patients. This includes an increasing number of anesthesiologists who are using Caldolor at induction of analgesia to preemptively address pain and inflammation associated with surgical procedures.

"Caldolor provides an important mechanism to control onset of pain for surgical patients, which is translating to notable improvements in patient recovery following surgery," said Michael H. Rock, M.D., who specializes in pain medicine and anesthesiology at Our Lady of the Resurrection Medical Center and RHC Ambulatory Services in Chicago. "The ability to safely administer IV ibuprofen prior to the surgical incision represents an important new development in my practice. Caldolor is the only parenteral, non-opioid analgesic that I trust to be used in the full perioperative period, as it has been shown in clinical trials to be safe for pre- and post-operative dosing."

The World Health Organization has recommended a multi-modal approach to pain management, with non-opioid analgesics such as ibuprofen recommended as first-line treatment.(1) Caldolor offers IV delivery of ibuprofen to control pain and has significantly reduced opioid consumption by up to 31% immediately follow
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