2788 results for "pain"

Hydromorphone (Oral)

This drug is taken orally, either in tablet or capsule form, to alleviate moderate or severe pain in patients that require 24-hour pain relief for...
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Ponatinib (Oral)

If you notice any of the side effects listed below, you must check with your GP immediately: Yellow eyes or...
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Oxycodone and Ibuprofen (Oral)

Overview Oxycodone is used to alleviate moderate to intense pain and belongs in a group of medications called narcotic analgesics (otherwise known as pain...
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Human Papillomavirus Vaccine (Intramuscular)

You should consult your doctor immediately if you experience any of the side effects below from treatment: Anxiousness...
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Capsaicin (Topical)

As an analgesic, capsaicin can be applied topically to relieve minor aches and pains associated with backache, strains, sprains and arthritis. Overview: Capsaicin,...
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Clonidine (Epidural)

Clonidine epidural injection is used in conjunction with other pain medication to treat pain in cancer patients. Overview Clonidine epidural injection is used...
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Hylan Polymers A and B (Injection)

Overview When patients develop osteoarthritis, they can experience increasing levels of pain, joint stiffness and loss of movement in the affected area. As...
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Probenecid and Colchicine (Oral)

Colchicine helps prevent gout outbreaks by decreasing swelling and reducing the buildups of uric acid in the joints that can cause pain....
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Morphine (Injection)

Overview Morphine injections are a form of medication used to treat patients suffering from severe pain. The receptors in the brain are stimulated...
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