Disprin

Disprin

A brand name for ASPIRIN.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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Because the military government comes in, it's like curing cancer with disprin," Khan said in response, not quite answering the question.
'Today not even Disprin is available at the emergency and this is the state of affairs of the public hospitals in the PTI government,' he said and added the government which couldn't properly run Ramazan Bazaars how come it operated hospitals.
Even though every year medicines are provided to the hospital according to its quota, patients are only given primary drugs for free, such as Disprin and Pandal, if they require other medications, they are told to go and buy it from private pharmacies outside the hospital.
Says legal channels will be introduced for remittances and Says PM office will work closely with investors and Says IMF loans are like disprin for cancer KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said Pakistan will follow the example of Madina as he unveiled the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) government's strategy to lift Pakistan out of debt by focusing on four areas of governance and policy making.
Kayani strongly recommended the masses to keep the tablets of disprin in their homes which averted the heart failure instantly and worked well till the patient is removed to the hospital.
Even though every year medicines are provided to the hospital according to its quota, patients are only given primary drugs for free, such as Disprin and Panadol, if they require other medications, they are told to go and buy it from private pharmacies outside the hospital.
Aspirin 100 mg (Disprin CV), Allopurinol 300 mg daily with adequate hydration was also started.
Diabetics should always carry 300mg soluble Disprin, on feeling symptoms of ischemic heart disease or stroke, they should immediately take it sublingually and report to hospital.
People and traders in Jaffna district were very magnanimous and voluntary came forward to offer raw food items, such as rice, flour, sugar, jaggery, Mysore Dhal, Milk powder, tea, canned fish tins, dry fish, chili powder, water bottles, ect., including Disprin, the pain killer.
As per the department's directions, all non- steroidal anti- inflammatory drug ( NSAID) such as aspirin, disprin, ibuprofen and diclofenac cannot be sold as over- thecounter drugs by chemists.
The company also offers numerous other distinctive brands such as Ralgex and Tiger Balm in topical analgesics/anaesthetic or Disprin in aspirin.