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Aceclofenac is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), and possesses analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.
Aceclofenac works by inhibiting the cyclo-oxygenase enzyme responsible for the synthesis of prostaglandins, inflammatory mediators that can cause pain and swelling and induce fever and inflammation. 15 more words
I asked about these drugs in the recent in exams and was fascinated (read horrified and astounded) that only one person had a plausible explanation as to how these little chaps cause hypotension….. 158 more words
BT_PO 1.125 Pharmacology of cancer chemotherapeutic agents, especially problems that such agents may cause during the perioperative period
I was asked about this in my Primary Exam! I have to admit that I had elected not to study the chemotherapeutics, (not a strategy that I would recommend 😉) but fortunately I was able to drag something from the back of my brain…. 171 more words
The lecture is not particularly easy to follow if you’re not a neurologist, and/but I assume even neurologists might have difficulties with Liewluck’s (? the second guy’s…) contribution because that guy’s English pronunciation is not great. 295 more words