Distalgesic

Distalgesic

A brand name for a mixture of PARACETAMOL and DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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Dextropropoxyphene is present in the following medicines: Distalgesic, Doloxene, Doloxene Co-65, Doxyfene, Lentogesic and Synap Forte, which are used to treat pain.
Bahrain has banned the use of the painkilling drug, Distalgesic, health officials have declared.
Products on the Cyprus market which contain dextropropoxyphene are sold under the names of Distalgesic tablets, Destirol film coated tablets, Dologesic film coated tablets and Medonol film coated tablets.
The Swedish pharmaceutical company Meda AB said today (16 April) that it had acquired the United Kingdom and Swedish rights to the analgesic drug Distalgesic from the US group Eli Lilly and Company.
I have to take painkillers regularly, but now I cannot get Distalgesic or amitriptyline tablets, just the cheaper co-proxamol.
I DRINK about six nights a week and take painkillers co-proxamol or Distalgesic with the alcohol.
The popular painkiller co-proxamol (Distalgesic) has had a bit of a bashing this month in the British Medical Journal.
No one could take 30 temazepam, 150 aspirin and a cocktail of distalgesic and paracetamol and expect to survive."
I HAVE been taking co-proxamol (Distalgesic) for back pain since 1992.
She has tried salazopyrin, quinine sulphate, calcium lactate, distalgesic and also a herbal treatment.
In cases like these most doctors prefer to use a paracetamol-based painkiller like co-proxamol (Distalgesic).
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