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Current issues on the safety of non-prescription NSAIDs

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There is a continuing need to monitor the safety of non-prescription (OTC) NSAIDs in order to better define known adverse drug reactions; to consider potential drug interactions and to assess the case for further OTC transfers. Recent reviews at the Medical Toxicology Unit have therefore included: (1) the potential of NSAIDs to induce asthma with a view to producing guidelines for safe usage; (2) the possibility of interactions between NSAIDs and alcohol; (3) the safety of COX2 inhibitors in overdosage.

Affiliations: 1: Medical Toxicology Unit, Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital Trust and King's College, Avonley Road, London SE14 5ER


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