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Sir please stay calm but we have to get you to a hospital, NOW!!

Sir please stay calm but we have to get you to a hospital, NOW!!

I had been suffering from headaches for months.  They were real painful buggers but I had them for so long I was getting used to them.  3.035 kata lagi

Blood Pressure

IV, PO, and PR ACETAMINOPHEN/ PARACETAMOL: A QUICK COMPARISON

The 3 formulations available for acetaminophen are intravenous (IV), per oral (PO), and per rectal (PR). Although their pharmacokinetics are all similar, here’s how they differ: 584 kata lagi

CME

Acetaminophen could be hampering our ability to notice errors

Acetaminophen could be hampering our ability to notice errors

It’s been known for more than a century that acetaminophen is an effective painkiller, but according to a new U of T study it could also be impeding error-detection in the brain. 18 kata lagi

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New research links paracetamol use during pregnancy to behavioral problems in kids

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A new research says using paracetamol during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of behavioral problems in children… 8 kata lagi

Paracetamol and pregnancy: what's the fuss?

Yesterday’s study linking paracetamol use during pregnancy with behavioural problems in childhood has hit news headlines around the world, and this morning ranked first among Australian health news stories, according to Google trends. 652 kata lagi

Medical Writing

Evidence inconclusive on giving painkillers to children before dental treatment

Dental pain is common after dental procedures and can lead to increased fear of dental treatment, avoidance of dental treatment and other associated problems. Reduction of pain is important, particularly in children and adolescents. 470 kata lagi

Orthodontics

Acetaminophen could be hampering our ability to notice errors

Acetaminophen could be hampering our ability to notice errors

It’s been known for more than a century that acetaminophen is an effective painkiller, but according to a new U of T study it could also be impeding error-detection in the brain. 18 kata lagi

Nootropix.com