Salicylates


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salicylates

A group of anti-inflammatory, mildly ANALGESIC and fever-reducing (antipyretic) drugs that includes aspirin, sodium salicylate and BENORYLATE (benorilate).

Salicylates

A group of drugs that includes aspirin and related compounds. Salicylates are used to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and lower fever.

salicylates (səlis´əlāts),

n.pl the salts or esters of salicylic acid; salicylates are used as preservatives, antiseptics, fungicides, and keratolytic agents.
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We show that salicylate increases fat burning and reduces liver fat in obese mice and that this does not occur in genetically modified mice lacking the beta1 subunit of AMPK," he said.
Clinical chemistry laboratory records between January 2006 and June 2007 were reviewed to identify all patients for whom blood salicylate levels had been requested.
Patients were excluded from the study if they recently had dermatological problems, a skin allergy to topical diclofenac sodium or methyl salicylate, local ischeamic problems, secondary OA, open wounds around the target knee, or an intramuscular analgesic injection.
Although the molecular effects of salicylates in modulating inflammatory metabolic processes are thought in principle to be mediated through IKK/NF-[kappa]B signaling, other signaling events may also participate in metabolic effects, including inhibition of cellular kinases (38) or up-regulation of the heat shock response (39).
According to the researchers, there were four studies that showed that topical salicylates performed better than placebos against acute pain, but excluding lower quality studies meant the results were not statistically significant.
Daily consumption of cranberry juice containing 5 mg natural salicylates has been shown to be associated with a marked increase in salicylic acid present in urine.
Salicylate attenuates gentamicin-induced ototoxicity.
Salicylate is a form of salicylic acid, of which aspirin is composed.
They'll avoid [sugary drinks], but they'll get ice cream," fruits, or other natural foods that have substantial amounts of salicylates in them.
The synthetic procedure has been expanded to also include condensation-cyclization of dilithiated 1-tetralone carbomethoxyhydrazones with lithiated methyl salicylates to afford dihydro-benzindazolo-benzoxazines.
The UK has a high rate of suicides from paracetamol and salicylates such as aspirin.
Feingold blamed food additives--especially food dyes--as well as salicylates, which ate chemicals that occur naturally in most fruits.