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NSAIDs


We take a look back at the week in pharmacy There’s growing concern that when codeine-containing analgesics are upscheduled early next year, consumers may turn to ibuprofen to manage pain… …

Concerns over the health risks of NSAIDs have been raised repeatedly this year, with some asking why they are still available in supermarkets Several studies have been released this year …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Stability of repackaged dabigatran etexilate capsules in dose administration aids Removal of dabigatran (Pradaxa) capsules from their original packaging is not …

We take a look back at the week in pharmacy Budget 2017, handed down by Treasurer Scott Morrison on Tuesday, contained more than a few measures affecting pharmacy, from the …

Recent findings that NSAIDs increase risk of heart attack have minimal implications, argues ASMI A recent BMJ study found that all non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), including over-the-counter medicines such as …

Taking any dose of common NSAIDs for as little as a week has been linked to an increased risk of heart attack Previous studies have suggested that both traditional and …

While they are easily available in pharmacies, supermarkets and convenience stores, many Australians don’t understand the risks, researchers argue In a study conducted across a number of NSW pharmacies, University …

Painkillers like ibuprofen can increase the risk of heart disease and should be restricted Michael Stokes, University of Adelaide and Peter Psaltis, South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute Medications …

“Such was the pro-pharmacy headline greeting me this morning from last night’s Australian Doctor, reporting on a Danish study in European Heart Journal.   NSAIDs should not be available for open …

We take a look back at the week in pharmacy With the biggest event on the conference calendar, APP, finished over the weekend, it’s now time for Health Minister Greg …

Australians should not be alarmed by the results of a Danish study which indicate NSAIDs should be pharmacy-only, says ASMI The Australian Self Medication Industry said today that it acknowledges …

They increase risk of cardiac arrest and should only be available in pharmacies and in low doses, researchers say NSAIDs are among the most commonly used drugs worldwide, but their …