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Over the Counter Drugs can Be Highly Addictive, Warn Doctors

...nts with addictions to Nurofen plus (ibuprofen and codeine phosphate). All three had started using the prod...r use had escalated as they became tolerant to the codeine element. Each patient presented with side effects related to ibuprofen. Codeine phosphate is now o...

Over the Counter Drugs can Be Highly Addictive, Warn Doctors

...nts with addictions to Nurofen plus (ibuprofen and codeine phosphate). All three had started using the prod...r use had escalated as they became tolerant to the codeine element. Each patient presented with side effects related to ibuprofen. Codeine phosphate is now o...

Codeine-based painkillers to be used cautiously

...e of the dangers of overusing the opium-based drug codeine found in many painkillers.// People should consult their pharmacist before taking painkillers. This was suggested by the Irish Pharmaceutical Union (IPU). “These medicines, which are available directly from your pharmacist, are very effective in...

Anxiety In Children Prior To Surgery Might Complicate Recovery

... anxious children also consumed significantly more codeine and acetaminophen and had a higher incidence of postoperative anxiety and sleep problems. "The results of our study indicate that decreasing the anxiety of children before surgery will result in improved recovery after surgery, reduced pain, and lo...

Codeine As Useful As A Placebo

...The researchers found that patients who were given codeine coughed only a little less than those on a placebo... standpoint there was really no difference between codeine and the placebo - despite the fact that the dose of codeine used far exceeds that in over-the-counte...

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