diclofenac


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di·clo·fen·ac

 (dī′klō-fĕn′ăk)
n.
A nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, C14H11Cl2 NO2, used in the form of its potassium salt to treat pain.

[di- + alteration of chlo(rine) + alteration of phen(yl) + ac(etic acid).]
Translations

diclofenac

n diclofenaco
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Objective: To determine the frequency of perineal pain after childbirth after a single dose of diclofenac rectal suppository.
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The widely used painkiller acetaminophen has little effect on osteoarthritic pain even at high doses, according to results from a new meta-analysis, while several other agents, including diclofenac, improve pain more robustly.
The widely used painkiller acetaminophen has little effect on osteoarthritic pain even at high doses, according to results from a meta-analysis, while several other agents, including diclofenac, improve pain more robustly.
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