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indometacin

(ĭn′dō-mĕt′ə-sĭn)

indometacin

non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used to control pain and moderate/severe inflammation in rheumatoid disease and other acute musculoskeletal disorders, including acute gout
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The team found when the mint was given at a dose similar to that prescribed by traditional healers, the medicine was as effective at relieving pain as the Indometacin.
Testing this ancient South American herb on mice, the team led by researcher Graciela Rocha was able to show that when prepared as a 'tea' - the traditional way to administer the medicine - the mint was as effective as a synthetic aspirin-style drug Indometacin.
Patients taking Indometacin, the worst offender, were three times more likely to end up being admitted to hospital with heart failure than people not taking the drugs.
I suspect that soon we will recommend indometacin at least as only suitable for treating gout.
The assays were evaluated with known synthetic inhibitors like indometacin, NS-398 and nimesulide (Lands et al.
NS-398, nimesulide and indometacin were purchased from Cayman Chemical Company.
3 mg celecoxib, 120 mg acemetacin, 67 mg ketoprofen, 50 mg indometacin, 6.
The value was lower than that of indometacin the reference drug that gave 86.