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meclofenamate

 [mek″lo-fen´ah-māt]
a nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug used as the sodium salt in the treatment of rheumatic and nonrheumatic inflammatory disorders, pain, dysmenorrhea, hypermenorrhea, and vascular headaches; administered orally or rectally.
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meclofenamate

An anthranilic-type NSAID, which is tightly bound to albumin, used for arthritic complaints, dysmenorrhoea and vascular headache.
 
T1/2
3–4 hours.

Excretion
Renal, gastrointestinal.
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meclofenamate

Meclomen® Therapeutics An oral anthranilic-type NSAID excreted via the kidneys and GI tract. See NSAIDs.
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