disease (rheumatoid and osteoarthritis)
to moderate pain (orthopedic pain, dental procedures, dysmenorrhea)
may experience potentially serious GI effects, including GI bleeding
and ulceration with prolonged, high dose therapy.
use with anticoagulants (warfarin) due to
increased bleeding times and potential for GI bleeding and decreased
mask signs of infection, use with caution in the presence of
with therapy is essential, may take up to two weeks to see noticeable
take with food, after meal or with antacids to decrease GI upset.
Reactions (Side Effects):
effects (nausea, heartburn, dyspepsia, pain)
effects (drowsiness, dizziness, headache, nervousness)
blurry vision, headache
orally with food or milk to decrease GI effects
The information contained here is an abbreviated summary. For more detailed
and complete information, consult the manufacturer's product information sheets
or standard textbooks.
Operational Medicine 2001, Health
Care in Military Settings, NAVMED P-5139, May 1, 2001, Bureau
of Medicine and Surgery, Department of the Navy, 2300 E Street NW, Washington,