sulindac


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Synonyms for sulindac

a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (trade name Clinoril)

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Sulindac was chosen because a previous study showed it significantly reduced the number of tumors in humans.
Azithromycin * Zithromax Carbamazepine * Tegretol Doxycydine * Doryx, Oracea, Atridox Lithium * Eskalith, Lithobid Sulindac * Clinoril
Randomized phase II trial of sulindac atorvastatin andprebiotic dietary fiber for colorectal cancer chemoprevention.
56) As permitted by New Hampshire law, Bartlett's prescription was filled with generic sulindac.
2) Her pharmacist dispensed a generic form of the drug, Sulindac,
2466 [2013]), the court held that a generic manufacturer cannot be held liable for inadequate warnings if its labeling faithfully tracks that of the proprietary drug--in this case, the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug sulindac.
Prescription NSA1Ds include Celecoxib (Ceebrex), Diclofenac (Flector, Cataflam, Voltaren), indomethacin (Indocin) and sulindac (Clinoral).
2466 [2013]) , the court held that a generic manufacturer cannot be held liable for inadequate warnings if its labeling faithfully tracks that of the proprietary drug--in this case, the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug sulindac.
In late June, the Supreme Court, however, cleared the manufacturer of sulindac over Ms Bartlett's injuries such as full-body burns and blindness, in effect reversing a jury verdict that granted the woman $21 million damages.
Mice consuming the cherry diet, anthocyanins, or cyanidin had significantly fewer and smaller cecal adenomas than mice consuming the control diet or sulindac.
In 2004, she was prescribed sulindac, a generic non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) made by Mutual Pharmaceuticals, for shoulder pain.
aspirin, sulindac, celecoxib), vitamins and their derivatives (e.
Pernio inducido por medicamentos: se han reportado casos inducidos por sulindac (25).
In early 2005, New Hampshire resident Karen Bartlett suffered a rare reaction to the generic anti-inflammatory drug sulindac that left her nearly blind and covered in burn-like lesions.