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Paracetamol May Cause Live Damage Warns Consumer Education and Research Centre

... of ‘Crocin 1000’ which is been promoted as a pain reliever for chronic conditions like osteoarthritis and rheumatic arthritis. Recent studies by Dr Eliam Lee of the University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Centre, has documented that 38% of acute live failure cases in 22 hospitals in the United States were...

Antifever drug betters stroke outcome

Over-the-counter pain reliever and fever reducer Paracetamol, whose active ingredient is Acetaminophen is found effective in the prognosis of the stroke. The fever-reducer acetaminophen lowers body temperature in people who have had a stroke, according to a new study conducted in ...

Ibuprofen weakens aspirin's effect

...hritis and other aches and pains. The popular pain reliever ibuprofen blocks the heart-protecting effects of aspirin, according to a study that sounds a warning for people who take both medicines. In the study, when patients took a single dose of ibuprofen beforehand, aspirin lost 98 percent of its blood-th...

No connection between epidurals and backache

...ear. During the procedure, a needle injects a pain reliever into a space next to the spinal cord in the lower back....

Indian Cherry: Richest Source of Vitiamin C

.... West Indian Cherry juice can be taken as a pain reliever in gout and arthritis. The anthocyanins also protects the arteries from plaque buildup. University of Texas has found out that the melatonine present in cherry and cherry products could induce sleep. According to research conducted at University of I...

Alcohol and Sun Don’t Mi

...an nondrinkers and were more likely to need a pain reliever after the sunburn. Drinkers also had a significantly greater body surface area sunburned than nondrinkers and were more likely to develop blisters. However, drinkers did not report spending more time in the sun than nondrinkers. Investigators say a...

Does Your Prescription Have An Inappropriate Medicine?

...ressant, anti-anxiety, sedative/hypnotic, and pain reliever prescribig....

Painkilling Patch As Effective As Intravenous Delivery Systems

...ers say the patch is able to deliver a potent pain reliever through the skin with a very, very tiny electric current at the demand of the patient. For the study 636 patients following major surgery were assigned either to the patch with the painkiller fentanyl hydrochloride or an intravenous system that de...

Drug Combinations Could Be Dangerous

...leeding,' warned Sellerberg. Similarly, the pain reliever paracetamol, when taken with drugs that treat epilepsy, glaucoma or tuberculosis, can cause serious liver damage. Calcium supplements for example, neutralise the effect of certain substances used against osteoporosis. Sellerberg also cautions patie...

Acetaminophen does not Protect Heart Muscle

Although Acetaminophen can be used as a pain reliever and fever reducer after a heart attack it cannot p...r a heart attack. NSAIDs are a major class of pain reliever and fever reducer that includes ibuprofen. Acetaminophen is a popular over-the-counter pain medica...

Breathing Exercises A Boon To Asthma Patients

... asthma, breathing techniques and exercises reduce reliever inhaler use and about halve the dose of preventer ...cipants, who used a preventer inhaler and required reliever inhaler at least four times a week, were randomly assigned to one or other breathing technique. P...

Asthma Could be Combated by Breathing Exercises

... by relaxation. The exercises reduced the use of reliever inhalers by more than 80 percent and halved the dose of preventer inhalers required in mild asthma. Quality of life scores remained unchanged in both groups, but good asthma control was maintained and inhaler use was reduced. However, there were no...

Breathing Exercises Scores Over Inhalers

...ic upper body exercises, will make people to use a reliever inhaler very rarely//. A medical journal Thorax ...t-acting beta-2 agonist, such as albuterol, is the reliever used by many people with asthma. Since these two were 2 different methods (shallow breathing and u...

Arthritis Pain Relief with Less Risk

...hey’re taking or trying an entirely different pain reliever (such as acetaminophen). In any case, talk with your doctor before changing or combining medicines. Source-Newswise SM...

New Rhinosinusitis Clinical Trials Guidance Developed

...crobials, anti-inflammatory treatment, and symptom reliever or mediator blocker treatments. ?Recommending scoring instruments for symptoms, radiographs, endoscopic testing, and quality of life assessment. ?Recommending techniques for quantifying microbiologic factors, assessing inflammatory indices, and stati...

Voluntary Recall Of Tainted Painkillers

...lling nearly 8,000 bottles of cherry-flavored pain reliever medicine when it found that the bottles contained almost 30 percent more than the labeled amount of acetaminophen. A CVS official stated that the block would be in place by the end of Thursday. NLA...

Botox Shots May Even Help In Reducing Knee Osteoarthritis Pain

... another dimension of Botox Injections - As a pain reliever for patients suffering from knee osteoarthritis, resulting// not only in easing severe pains but also in increasing the functionality. According to Maren Mahowald, M.D., of Minneapolis VA Medical Center, the preliminary research was presented at t...

FDA Proposes Stringent Warnings Labels for Pain Relievers

...er 200 million Americans are estimated to use pain reliever drugs like acetaminophen, said Dr. Ganley.There have been several reported cases of liver failure following the use of acetaminophen. The latest change in the label on acetaminophen will include warning pertaining to toxicity to liver, when used in c...

Health Care Suffers at Los Angeles Jails: Report

...spiratory infection. Wimberley was given a pain reliever and sent back to her cell; the tests were never done and the doctor never followed up. She died a week later after developing bacterial pneumonia. The county settled the case for $150,000 and the doctor was suspended for three days. "The county i...

Children Find Effective Pain Relief With Ibuprofen

Ibuprofen seems to score high as an effective pain reliever for children suffering severe musculoskeletal inju...ury in children, ibuprofen proves better as a pain reliever as compared to acetaminophen or codeine....

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