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me·lox·i·cam

 (mə-lŏk′sĭ-kăm′)
n.
A nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, C14H13N3O4S, used to treat osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

meloxicam

(mɪˈlɒksɪˌkæm)
n
an anti-inflammatory drug used to treat osteoarthritis
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meloxicam

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[23] introduced another popular clustering algorithm mobility-based clustering algorithm (MOBIC).
In this study 110 people diagnosed with osteoarthritis of the knee and taking meloxicam (generic name for Mobic, a nonsteroidal prescription pain medication) were randomized to their meloxicam plus resveratrol or placebo.
The Lowest ID clustering Algorithm does not consider the mobility metric information for clustering.One of the mobility based clustering algorithms MOBIC [9] clusters the mobile nodes in MANETs.
And the proposed clustering algorithm is simulated against other five existing clustering algorithms, namely, SCBC, DDVC, DLDC, MPBC, and MOBIC (Mobility-Based Clustering).
MOBIC (mobility based metric for clustering) [1, 2, 5], DDVC (dynamic Doppler velocity clustering) [9], and DLDC (dynamic link duration clustering) [9] are among algorithms proposed based on this factor.
Specific findings comparing MobiC to ACDF in the two-level study at the 24-month endpoint, included:
A Mobic coupon is available from AffordRx and can save patients ten to seventy-five percent off of their prescription drug costs.
Irrespective of the rheumatic disorders, 66 (55.0%) patients were using Meloxicam (Mobic) followed by 40 (33.3%) patients using Celecoxib (Celebrex) and 8 (6.7%) were on diclofenac sodium (voltaren), while 6 (5.0%) patients were taking Etoricoxib (Arcoxia).
Older NSAIDs include drugs like Naprosyn, which inhibits mostly COX-1; Advil, which inhibits COX-1 and COX-2; and Voltaren and Mobic, which mostly inhibit COX-2.
The Personal Guidance System (Golledge, Marston, Loomis, & Klatzky, 2004), MoBIC (Petrie et al., 1997), and Drishti (Helal, Moore, & Ramachandran, 2001) are apt examples.
Breckenridge markets additional ANDA products, including estradiol/norethindrone acetate tablets 1 mg/0.5 mg (generic version of Activella); oxcarbazepine tablets (generic version of Trileptal); meloxicam tablets (generic version of Mobic); Ascomp w/ codeine (generic version of Fiorinal with codeine); butalbital, acetaminophen, caffeine and codeine phosphate (generic version of Fioricet with codeine); cyclobenzaprine (generic version of Flexeril); methylprednisolone (generic version of Medrol); polyethylene glycol powder (generic version of Miralax); folic acid tablets; and Vitamin D capsules (generic of Drisdol).
Specifications of tablets started changing from Paracetamol to Beserol, Mobic, etc - all from the analgesic family.