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 (păr′ə-sē′tə-môl′, -môl′)
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paracetamol

(ˌpærəˈsiːtəˌmɒl; -ˈsɛtə-)
n
(Pharmacology) a mild analgesic and antipyretic drug used as an alternative to aspirin. US name: acetaminophen
[C20: from para-acetamidophenol]
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paracetamol

[pærəˈsiːtəmɒl] Nparacetamol m
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paracetamol

[ˌpærəˈsiːtəmɒl] n (British)paracétamol m
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paracetamol

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paracetamol

n paracetamol m, acetaminofén m, acetaminofeno
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All children undergoing elective hernia repair after 2012 were given paracetamol 10-15 mg [kg.sup.-1] intravenously in the surgical ward at least 1 h before the surgery.
Numerous analytical methods have been developed to determine paracetamol, including spectrophotometry [4], high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) [5], capillary electrophoresis [6], and liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS) [7].
When we take paracetamol we have an enzyme in our bodies that breaks it down once it has done its job.
Thirdly, the manuscript could have been strengthened if the authors would have conducted a dose-response analysis/graph related to the dose of paracetamol administration to support a cause-effect relationship attributing the improvement in ALT levels to paracetamol use because currently they report only univariate, unadjusted associations in an observational setting.
Paracetamol is one of the nonselective cyclooxygenase inhibitors, acting by inhibiting the synthesis of prostaglandins and other substances that sensitize pain receptors in the central nervous system and periphery (24).
Ella's original post was uploaded alongside a picture of Tesco paracetamol.
But where would we be without paracetamol? It works as a medium strength painkiller and is also good for reducing high temperatures, so it's ideal to use for flu, coughs and colds.
In this paper, we explored the applications of chemometry on near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) for the quantitative analysis of paracetamol and caffeine, in powder blend for tableting, predicting their concentrations simultaneously, without any processing of the sample.
Dr Mohammad Arif, internal medicine specialist at Aster Hospital, Dubai said it was safe for people to have an over-the-counter painkiller during suhour: "In order to acclimate the body to long hours of fasting, people sometimes do have paracetamol.
Efetividade analgesica do clonixinato de lisina associado ao paracetamol no tratamento pos-operatorio de exodontias