Health knowledge made personal
WellPage for Nsaid Cream
+ Bookmark › Share
Go
Search posts:

Nsaid Cream - Articles

Topical NSAID pain-relievers work, says Cochrane review by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 20 Jun 2010 12:00am Gels, creams and sprays containing pain relievers such as ibuprofen, diclofenac, ketoprofen, and piroxicam are safe and effective treatments for local pain, according to Cochrane Researchers. A new systematic review they have conducted shows th ... Read on »
Topical NSAIDs Provide Relief from Arthritis Pain by Ed H. Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sun 23 Sep 2012 9:59am For those suffering from osteoarthritis of the knees or hands, applying topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) — in the form of creams, gels and patches — can bring weeks of pain relief, finds a new review by The Cochrane Library. While oral NSAIDs are more common for managing musculoskeletal pain, reviewers wanted to examin ... Read on »
The Recipe by traveltothesky Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm Comments (1) …Is still a mystery, unfortunately.  The recipe is as follows:  KETO 10% + LIDO 5% + NEUR 6% What I do know:  10% ketoprofen + 5% lidocaine Ketoprofen is a common NSAID, and lidocaine is a common anasthetic.  I suppose what Dr. Levey had been calling “aspirin” was just a catchall name for the NSAID in the cream.  What ... Read on »
Chicken with Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Sauce by WholesomeRD Posted Mon 21 Feb 2011 12:53pm Hello. My name is Erin and I’m a Costco addict. The first step to recovery is admitting the problem. For NOW (ahem ) there is just The Husband and I living together in our little house – well and Keenan and two kitties. Is it sad that our pets outnumber us? Ok – back on topic. So there should be really no practical reason to NEED to sh ... Read on »
Review: Topricin Pain Relief & Healing Cream by glutenfreeislife Posted Sat 17 Mar 2012 6:00am With running & exercising comes sore muscles, injuries, etc.  One can only take so many NSAIDS (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs – Aleve, ibuprofen, naproxen) safely.  Not only can taking NSAIDS long term have some potentially dangerous side effects, but there have been studies that taking those types of medications before long runs or hard ... Read on »
Alternatives To NSAIDs, Pros and Cons by Ed H. Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Thu 03 Feb 2011 12:10pm Recently, I have talked about the concerns with the use of NSAIDs and their effects on the heart.  All medications carry a risk of adverse effects. NSAIDs are usually very effective in controlling pain especially muscle and bone pain, but they also carry a potential risk of side effects such as stomach and kidney problems, increased risk of ble ... Read on »
Health Headlines - June 24 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:22pm FDA Approves 5-in-1 Children's Vaccine The 5-in-1 pediatric combination vaccine Pentacel has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use in infants and children ages 6 weeks through 4 years, maker Sanofi Pasteur announced. Pentacel -- which includes immunization against influenza type B, diphtheria, tetanus, whooping co ... Read on »
Reiter's Syndrome - Reactive arthritis by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Jun 2009 7:10pm Reiter's Syndrome, also known as Reactive Arthritis, causes inflammation in the larger joints. It manifests itself by producing heat in the joints, pain, swelling, redness. This form of Arthritis is categorized under the family name Spondylarthropathies. It mainly affects the spine and usually the joints of the spine and sacroiliac joints. It ... Read on »
Naturopathic Medicine for Psoriasis by Nicole S. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Mon 23 Jun 2008 4:06pm 4 Comments Q. What alternative medicines do you recommend for psoriasis? A. The scaly silvery plaques of psoriasis that typically affect the elbows, knees, scalp, and other actively moving or injured regions can be unbelievably frustrating to manage and treat with natural or conventional therapies. Conventional treatments work to reduce itching, infla ... Read on »
Detox Made Safe and Simple by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 15 Nov 2012 1:19pm With the holiday season right around the corner, there is no better time than the present to fortify our diet and cement healthy eating.  Ironically, while healthy eating is our birthright, for many of us it seems like taking the plunge into eating a whole foods-based diet is the equivalent to traveling to some distant land.  But it ... Read on »