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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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However, Dr Arun Kumar Sharma, medical director and specialist neurologist at the Emirates Hospital Clinics cautioned people against indiscriminate consumption of paracetamols.
He later noticed the beneficiaries of the health cards of Caritas Manila were seeking not only paracetamols and pain relievers but also maintenance medicines for hypertension and diabetes.
The next day, I took two paracetamols and spent the day watching TV.
Tape measure, key-rings, paracetamols, brolly, Magazines, cigarettes and a lighter.
The five-hour operation went smoothly and I had one night in hospital, a couple of Paracetamols then went home.
The doctor at A&E told her that she could not queue jump for removal of her gall bladder and to go home with paracetamols. She was in great pain and the next day collapsed and was admitted to Warwick Hospital as an emergency.
[19] It has been also suggested that oral and rectal paracetamols may not achieve therapeutic levels in some cases.
"My ribs were still hurting and I was on a lot of paracetamols, but it was great to get back running.
But while most of us reach for a couple of paracetamols to ease our symptoms, there are an increasing number of people willing to try something more extreme.
In November 2011 she had been taken to hospital by a teacher after taking nine paracetamols. Mr Stringer said she did not tell him why she took the tablets, "it was more of an impulse thing."
IF you've recently spent a small fortune on a family-sized hatchback you may want to reach for the paracetamols.