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fenoprofen

 [fen″o-pro´fen]
a nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and other rheumatic and nonrheumatic inflammatory disorders, pain, dysmenorrhea, and vascular headaches; administered orally as the calcium salt.

fenoprofen

A NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUG (NSAID). A brand name is Fenopron.
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Table-3 shows that the [?]Gvdw+hbond+sol is the key force for fenoprofen' separation by the CSP, which is thought belonging to the main forces in chiral
Table-4 reveals the interaction energies between each atom of fenoprofen and Whelk-O1.
The difference of the electrostatic energy between O29 of fenoprofen and Whelk-O1 could not be neglected.
Naproxen, ibuprofen, fenoprofen, clenbuterol and nine other enantiomers were chosen as the docking objects (see Table-1) on the basis of our previous studies and some published results.
Reimbursement of the "First Line Restricted" NSAIDs (diclofenac, diclofenac/misoprostol [Arthrotec], diflunisal, fenoprofen, flurbiprofen, indomethacin, ketoprofen, naproxen SR and enteric coated tablets, and salsalate) was initially limited to $0.45/day (which was less than half their existing reimbursement), then reduced to $0.43/day on March 1, 2001.
$2.29 etodolac 300-600 mg $2.60 (400 mg b.i.d b.i.d.) fenoprofen calcium 300-600 mg t.i.d.
Examples of clinical interest include bunolol (142), citalopram (143), fenoprofen (144), flurbiprofen (145), ibuprofen (144, 146), ketamine (147), ketoprofen (144), methadone (148-150), norketamine (147), norverapamil (151), pindolol (152), thiopentone (153), vamicamide (154), and verapamil (151,155).
Stereoselective high-performance liquid chromatographic determination of ketoprofen, ibuprofen and fenoprofen in plasma using a chiral [[alpha].sub.1]-acid glycoprotein column.
In addition to services utilized, data were also collected on use of the following NSAIDs: aspirin, fenoprofen calcium, ibuprofen, indomethacin, naproxen, phenylbutazone, piroxicam, sulindac, and tolmetin sodium.
Aspirin 5 g/L Azathioprine 0.5 g/L Dexamethasone 1 g/L Diclofenac 5 g/L Etodolac 10 g/L Fenoprofen 5 g/L Flurbiprofen 0.05 g/L Gold thioglucose 10 g/L Hydroxychloroquine 5 g/L Ibuprofen 10 g/L Indomethacin 10 g/L Ketoprofen 1 g/L Meclofenamate 1 g/L Mefenamic acid 0.1 g/L Methotrexate 10 g/L Nabumentone 0.1 g/L Naproxen 5 g/L D-Penicillamine 1 g/L Piroxicam 5 g/L Prednisone 1 g/L Sulfasalazine 1 g/L Sulindac 5 g/L Tolmetin 10 g/L Table 4.