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Syrup formulations for post-tonsillectomy analgesia:: A double-blind study comparing ibuprofen, aspirin and placebo

  • D. A. Parker (a1), K. P. Gibbin (a1) and R. M. Noyelle (a2)

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Post-tonsillectomy analgesia from ibuprofen, aspirin and placebo is compared in a double-blind study. The results are reported showing ibuprofen to have greater therapeutic benefit than placebo whereas aspirin did not. Methods of providing pain relief after tonsillectomy and the relative clinical merits of ibuprofen and aspirin are discussed.

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Syrup formulations for post-tonsillectomy analgesia:: A double-blind study comparing ibuprofen, aspirin and placebo

  • D. A. Parker (a1), K. P. Gibbin (a1) and R. M. Noyelle (a2)

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