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Synonyms for ibuprofen

a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and analgesic medicine (trade names Advil and Motrin and Nuprin) used to relieve the pain of arthritis and as an antipyretic

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Amin Hussein Al Amiri, the Ministry's Assistant Undersecretary for Public Health Policy and Licensing and Chairman for Supreme National Pharmacovigilance committee, noted that rumors circulated on social media regarding the presence of aluminum particles in Brufen are incorrect.
ABU DHABI: The Ministry of Health and Prevention confirmed, on Friday, the safety and quality of Brufen paediatric syrup, which is used as an antipyretic, anti-inflammatory and analgesic medicine.
The Company's products and therapeutics include Thyroid, Diabetes and Urology products includes Hytrin, Obimet, Thyrocab, Thyrocal D3 and Thyronorm; Pain Management products includes Brufen, Brugel and Bruspaz; Vitamins, include Multi- Vitamins combinations for diverse patient population; Anti-infectives products include portfolio comprises of various Antibiotics; Anaesthesia products includes Sevorane for induction and maintenance of general anaesthesia in adult and paediatric patients, for in-patient an outpatient surgery; Neonatology products includes Survanta and Others, include Allergy, Anti Coagulant, Cardiology, Immunology and Virology.
He said fever caused by hot weather did not kill animals and cattle rearers should give Paracetamol or Brufen syrup to fever affected animals and keep them at shady places.
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I use Avonex injected intramuscularly once a week with great success, despite the headaches and nausea that occur for 24 hours afterwards, for which I use Brufen and Maxalon.
Brufen and Myprodol) and herbal medicines, such as gingko, increase the effect of warfarin.
Ibuprofen is a generic name and in Britain it is marketed under brands such as Nurofen, Brufen, Advil and Novaprin.
Brufen of Abbott Laboratories Pakistan Ltd has a 12% value share in 2015, thanks to its increasing popularity with doctors.
No disprin or brufen should be given as it can cause further lowering of platelet count and one should not let platelet count fall below 10,000 as this can be dangerous.
Figure--2: Most Common Medicines Taken as Self-Medication by Medical Students 1st Year 2nd Year Paracetamol 39 59 Vicks Action 500 20 14 B-Complex 16 12 Folic Acid 14 19 Avil 11 2 Brufen 11 19 D Cold Tablet 11 4 Cetrizine 6 25 Azithromycin 4 19 Note: Table made from bar graph.