indomethacin


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Synonyms for indomethacin

a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (trade name Indocin)

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There have been concerns that indomethacin can make necrotising enterocolitis worse, although studies rejected a link.
After initial recordings, indomethacin (10 mg/kg) was injected, and blood pressure, ECG, and respiratory excursions were recorded.
The thyme volatile oils significantly improved small intestinal morphology in indomethacin-treated with thyme rats when compared to the indomethacin rat groups.
We implemented a plan to target these infants specifically" with indomethacin.
The second part, the acute anti-inflammatory effect of extract, was performed and compared with indomethacin as a prototype of drug against inflammation.
The most serious fetal complication associated with prolonged indomethacin administration (longer than 72 hours) is premature constriction of the ductus arteriosus.
From the data in table number 1 we can conclude that the garlic oil in the studied doses clearly reduces inflammation caused by formalin, and in this respect it is not inferior to indomethacin.
The standard drugs used in the various experiments were indomethacin and histamine obtained from Sigma-Aldrich.
Indomethacin was not administered due to intractable dyspeptic complaints.
Twenty-one rodents were randomly divided into a SC group, an indomethacin group and a model control group (n=7 in each group) in an ear edema test, a carrageenin-induced paw edema test, a cotton pellet-induced granuloma formation test, and an acetic acid-induced writhing test, respectively.