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Synonyms for Phenaphen

an analgesic for mild pain but not for inflammation

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Mr Phillips said he believed Daniella had accidentally taken an excessive amount of Co-codamol in an attempt to mitigate the "excruciating" pain she suffered from arthritis.
If my tooth hadn't fallen out, I wouldn't have been given the co-codamol and I wouldn't have had a blood test.
He even told reluctant workers that expired co-codamol "was fine to use, just like using out-of-date bread".
Let down by her mum and the authorities, in 2010 she was left in agony for more than 48 hours after downing a batch of co-codamol.
And medicines like co-codamol shouldn't be taken with others, such as paracetamol, as both contain paracetamol which in turn can cause an over-dose and at worse prove fatal.
Nurses, pharmacists and midwives with the right experience and who have completed additional post-registration training, will be permitted to prescribe Schedule 2, 3, 4 and 5 controlled drugs, which include morphine, diamorphine (heroin) and prescription-strength co-codamol.
I persist in continuing to wear a pair of six inch high Yves Saint Laurent platforms despite the fact I have fallen down in the street on more than one occasion (more like half a dozen), because they are so beautiful and I have to take a couple of Co-codamol before I go out in my Louboutin Pigalle stilettos but I still squeeze my feet into them.
Nadine Appleby, 16, was said to be going through a rebellious phase when she was picked up by police for being drunk in the street after a house party on March 19 this year, before returning home and taking co-codamol.
So while I groaned, moaned and coughed, snorted lines of crushed up co-codamol, took one cat worming pill (accidentally), and waited in the wee hours for NHS direct to telephone me back to confirm my own diagnosis of Pop-Eye, or to give it it's medical name exophthalmial (a condition caused by a wide range of factors including bacterial infections, parasite infestations, poor water quality, and internal metabolic system disorders).
Opiods Codeine phosphate, Co-codamol Fentanyl, Morphine Antibacterials Doxycycline, Aminoglycosides, Erythromycin, Co-amoxyclav Sulphonamides, Flucloxacillin **, Metronidazole Penicillins Antifungals Miconazole, Amphotericin Ketoconazole, Antivirals Aciclovir, Famciclovir, Ganciclovir Anthistamines Chlorpheniramine Adrenaline, Other Dexamethasone, Hydrocortisone, Tranexamic acid Table 3.
Post-mortem results showed both children had been fed an overdose of Co-codamol and Kevin had signs of haemorrhaging in his face, which may have been caused by asphyxiation.
A few days later she took co-codamol painkillers, also while on duty, as well as stealing a pregnancy test from the clinical room.
The nurse knew he been jailed for a sex offence but he had initially lied, telling her cops caught him running around naked in the presence of an under-age girl while high on cocaine and co-codamol painkillers.
A doctor had recently given him Co-codamol to treat back pain, and he spent much of the week before his death sleeping.