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flurbiprofen

 [floor-bi´pro-fen]
a nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug, administered orally in the treatment of arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, bursitis, tendinitis, soft tissue injuries, and dysmenorrhea. The sodium salt is applied topically to the conjunctiva to inhibit miosis during and inflammation following ophthalmic surgery.

flurbiprofen

/flur·bi·pro·fen/ (floor-bi´pro-fen) a nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug administered orally in the treatment of arthritis and other inflammatory disorders and dysmenorrhea, and applied topically to the conjunctiva as the sodium salt to inhibit miosis during and treat inflammation following ophthalmic surgery..

flurbiprofen

(flo͝or-bĭp′rə-fən)
n.
A nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug with anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antipyretic actions.

flurbiprofen

[floo͡rbi′profen]
a nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug, administered orally in the treatment of arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, bursitis, tendinitis, soft tissue injuries, and dysmenorrhea. The sodium salt is applied topically to the conjunctiva to inhibit miosis during, and inflammation after, ophthalmic surgery.

flurbiprofen

A NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUG (NSAID). Brand names are Froben, Froben SR, Ocufen, Strefen and Streflam.

flurbiprofen

(flŏŏrbip´rəfen),
n brand name: Ansaid;
drug class: nonsteroidal antiinflammatory;
action: inhibits prostaglandin synthesis by interfering with cyclooxygenase needed for biosynthesis; possesses analgesic, antiinflammatory, antipyretic properties;
uses: acute, long-term treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis.
flurbiprofen sodium,
n brand name: Ocufen;
drug class: nonsteroidal antiinflammatory ophthalmic;
action: inhibits enzyme system necessary for biosynthesis of prostaglandins, inhibits miosis;
uses: inhibition of intraoperative miosis, corneal edema.

flurbiprofen

a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agent used in musculoskeletal disorders and as the sodium salt topically in ocular inflammation.
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Like Oecolampadius, Rhenanus was impacted greatly by his relationship with Erasmus, which began while Rhenanus was an editor for the press run by Froben in Basel.
Although several editions of Rufinus's translation had been in print since 1475, (137) the most likely contemporary edition Hubmaier accessed or owned is the one prepared by Rhenanus and printed in Basel by Froben in 1523.
161) However, Zwingli's two-volume Opera omnia, translated by Trebizond and printed by Froben in Basel (1517), is the most likely source for Hubmaier's knowledge of Chrysostom.
Autores historiae ecclesiasticae (Basel: Froben, 1523).
Scholia were added to the Froben editions authorized by Erasmus from 1526 on; see Thompson's discussion, CWE, 39: xxvi-xxvii, and Bierlaire, 1977, 93.
This elegant, illuminating article evokes the cultural climate of Renaissance Basle, mentioning Erasmus, Zasius, Holbein, Froben, and the Venetian humanistic press.
Froben, the famous publisher with whom Erasmus worked in Basel, published his edition of Pliny's Natural History with Erasmus' preface (#1544).
Vredeveld's structure is also preferable to the Opera omnia of Froben and Episcopius (Basel, 1538-42) and Jean Leclerc (Leiden, 1703-6), where the poems are arranged thematically.