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aceclofenac with paracetamol

Give details on aceclofenac and paracetamol ## Aceclofenac and Acetaminophen (Paracetamol) are both nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications. Due to the risk of stomach ulcers and bleeding, these combined formulations are not available in the US. They are both used to treat pain and swelling. You can read more on them here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## IS THERE SIDEEFFECTS OF TAKING ACECLOFENAC-PARACETAMOL 200MG.(SR) TABS FOR A FORTNIGHT FOR RELIEF OF BACK PAIN IN back MUSCLES. I AM ALSO TAKING AMLOPODINE 5MG FOR BP. IS THERE ANY INTERACTION WITH 2 DRUGS TAKEN BY ME. ## nature of paracetamol ## Acetaminophen is not a non-steroidal anti inflammatory. It is a non-opioid analgesic and antipyretic. And I cannot find it reffered to ar paracetamol in and pharmacology book....

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ACECLOFENAC+PARACETAMOL CRYSTALISATION

CRYSTALISATION IN ACECLOFENAC AND PARCETAMOL SUSP. ## synthesis and manufacturing procedure of aceclofenac ## I am having pain in my ankle and knee for the last two weeks. I have been taking HIFENAC-P. I still cannot walk as the pain and the swelling in the ankle is still there. The pain is moderate due to the medicine I am taking. I am a gouty person and my uric acid is not very high. I have also done RA factor test and it turned out negative

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