Thursday, March 25, 2010

Anti-pyretics

I haven't OR'd in investigational names, foreign generic names, or brand names other than tylenol.

( “COX-2 inhibitor” OR “COX-1 inhibitor” OR “COX inhibitor” OR “cyclo-oxygenase inhibitor” OR “COX-2 inhibitors” OR “COX-1 inhibitors” OR “COX inhibitors” OR “cyclo-oxygenase inhibitors” OR anti-pyretic* OR antipyretic* OR NSAID OR NSAIDS OR nonsteroidal OR Paracetamol OR acetaminophen OR Tylenol OR naproxen OR ketorolac OR etodolac OR Benoxaprofen* OR Carprofen OR Fenbufen OR Fenoprofen OR Flurbiprofen OR Ibuprofen OR Indoprofen OR Ketoprofen OR Ketorolac OR Loxoprofen OR Oxaprozin OR Pirprofen OR Suprofen* OR Tiaprofenic OR Aceclofenac OR Acemetacin OR Bromfenac OR Diclofenac OR Etodolac OR Indomethacin OR Nabumetone OR Sulindac OR Sulindac sulphide OR Tolmetin OR Zomepirac OR Floctafenine OR Flufenamic OR Meclofenamate OR Mefenamic OR Isoxicam OR Lornoxicam OR Meloxicam OR Piroxicam OR Sudoxicam OR Azapropazone OR Feprazone OR Oxyphenbutazone OR Phenylbutazone OR aspirin OR acetysalicyl* OR ASA )