anti-inflammatory

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On anti-inflammatory medication Subject characteristic Yes (n = 10) No (n = 12) Median age (age range, years) 12.5 (9-17) 15.0 (11-19) No.
Four percent of patients got a prescription for anti-inflammatory medication but not for a short-acting [beta]-agonist.
She takes anti-inflammatory medication and is on limited exercise.
Some of the children received anti-inflammatory medication during the early stage of the illness.
There's a wide range of treatments, from anti-inflammatory medication to hormones, surgery and laser treatments.
"It's been known for a long time that excess anti-inflammatory medication, such as cortisone, slows wound healing.
"It's anti-inflammatory medication - I haven't tried herbal or alternative remedies as you have to bear in mind drug testing.
Conservative care includes padding and taping to reduce stress and pain, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication, steroid injections, icing, physical therapy, ultrasound therapy, and orthotics to control foot mechanics.
* Exoeolac, an anti-inflammatory medication that is the generic version of Wyeth-Ayerst Laboratories' Lodine.
This condition may respond to anti-inflammatory medication, a brace for support, or a lateral capsular release.
Medical treatment usually includes physiotherapy, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication, and local injections of corticosteroids.
If this includes anti-inflammatory medication, is there any alternative treatment?
The other 72 patients received standard allopathic care, which could include analgesics, anti-inflammatory medication, physical therapy, ultrasonography, diathermy, hot and cold packs, use of a corset, or transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation.
In the mid-follicular phase of the first menstrual cycle (days 7-11), nine study participants received an oral dose of 10 mg of ketorolac (Toradol), a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication; while nine women received a tampon coated with 10 mg of ketorolac.
Apart from painkillers, other treatments that may bring some relief include anti-inflammatory medication, an elastic knee support, cold or heat packs, or the natural anti-inflammatory arnica.