Toradol


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Synonyms for Toradol

nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (trade names Acular and Toradol) that is administered only intramuscularly

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National Football League, the players alleged that the NFL improperly managed the administration of pain medications, including Toradol.
The patient's symptoms improved after IV fluids and Toradol were administered.
According to the lawsuit, players were routinely given drugs that included narcotic painkillers Percodan, Percocet and Vicodin, anti-inflammatories such as Toradol, and sleep aids such as Ambien.
Toradol has been used as an anesthetic enhancement.
for an injured football player to take a shot of Toradol to help ignore an injury, but not a shot of testosterone to help that injury heal faster.
2002) (noting the physician did not know that Toradol was contraindicated for patients with allergies to aspirin).
On multiple occasions, the patient was treated in the emergency room with intravenous morphine, toradol, fluids and anti-emetics.
O'Donovan S, Ferrara A, Larach S, Williamson P: Intraoperative use of Toradol facilitates outpatient hemorrhoidectomy.
The pain was insidious in onset and had an intensity of 10/10 on verbal analog scale which decreased to 8/10 after administration of Toradol and Morphine medications provided in the emergency department.
Not only did former commissioner Paul Tagliabue vacate all the Saints players as part of Bountygate, the NFLPA filed a grievance for allowing team physicians to make "unilateral and unprecedented attempts" to force players to sign waivers as a precondition to team physicians prescribing Toradol.
Our emergency protocol is intravenous fluids plus Toradol [ketorolac] and Compazine [prochlorperazine]," Dr.
hypodermic injections: phenergan (antihistamine/sedative/anticholinergic [blocks neurotransmitters], Toradol for severe pain, Methylprednisolone a glucocorticoid (anti-inflammatory) and for short-term treatment of bronchial inflammation
Would it have been better to give Toradol IM instead of IV?
She described immediate burning in her left elbow joint and left hip joint that was initially relieved by intravenous Toradol.
He had multiple daily injections of the pain-killer Toradol, Librium to control his violent mood swings, Ativan to counter his agitation and Dapakote to prevent acute mania.