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This fact became evident when several guardians of our patients came in within a few days of each other in late November to early December unaware of the dangers of giving their children aspirin and other salicylate medications.
The present study aimed at verifying thermal changes of cutaneous and subcutaneous tissues caused by aerosols containing diclofenac diethylammonium and methyl salicylate applied directly on the skin of laboratory animals.
In this study, allelopathic induction in rhizosphere after exogenous application of signaling compounds methyl jasmonate and methyl salicylate was evaluated.
Researchers in Canada, Scotland and Australia have discovered that salicylate, the active ingredient in aspirin, directly increases the activity of the protein AMPK (AMP-activated protein kinase), a key player in regulating cell growth and metabolism.
Our study was prompted by a case of severe aspirin poisoning in an infant whose mother had unknowingly administered salicylate to her baby in a traditional medicine.
The adverse effects of salicylates related to the respiratory organs are not well described and the underlying pathophysiology of the symptoms is unclear.
At about this time, sulfonylureas, with their better safety and tolerance profiles, became available as the first oral antidiabetes agents, and the effects of salicylates appeared to have been largely forgotten.
Pseudoallergic reactions are non-allergy-mediated hypersensitivity reactions that may result from ingestion of artificial food additives or from consumption of salicylates, benzoates, histamine, or various aromatic compounds that occur naturally in some fruits, vegetables, spices, or other foods.
If you're allergic to aspirin, talk to your doctor before using products containing salicylates.
Results from four of the studies showed topical salicylates performed better than dummy creams against acute pain, but when lower quality studies were excluded, the results were not statistically significant.
The review focused on formulations containing salicylates, which are widely prescribed or sold over the counter as topical treatments for sports injuries and muscle pain.
Voluntary hyperventilation, respiratory stimulants such as salicylates, cerebral disturbance such as trauma, infection and tumors, liver failure, septicemia due to gram negative organisms, and primary hyper- ventilation syndrome.
If these fail to achieve adequate pain control, the next option is non-acetylated salicylates, such as naproxen.