Ketanov pills (Ketorol, Ketorolac) N20 tablets 10mg very high pain relief (teeth, back pain, injuries)

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Ketanov (Ketorolacum) 20 pills 10mg pain relief (teeth, back pain) tablets
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Uses
Ketanov -Ketorol (Ketorolac) is indicated for pain relief, especially post operative pain. Its mechanism of action is said to be blocking substances that produce a painful and inflammatory response. This medicine is classified as an NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug), and it belongs to the pyrrolo-pyrrole group of NSAIDs. It functions as an analgesic, however, it does not have any anxiolytic (anxiety reducing drug) or sedative effects.
Dosage and Administration
Ketanov - Ketorol (Ketorolac) comes in 10mg strength tablets which are taken by mouth. Your physician will decide upon the correct and most suitable dosage regimen. Individual factors may need to be taken into consideration by the physician in charge of providing medical treatment. Adults treating pain might be directed by their physician to take 10mg (one tablet) 4 times per day. However, some patients might be instructed to take a lower dosage than this. Therefore, you should only take the amount that your physician tells you to administer.
Side effects
Use of Ketanov -Ketorol (Ketorolac) for pain relief or any other conditions could cause the occurrence of side effects. Tell your physician if this happens. Possible examples include:
Nausea
Vertigo
Digestive problems
Constipation or loose stools
Perspiring more than you normally would
Some adverse events which are more serious will need medical care straight away. Possible examples of this can include problems related to urination, poor appetite, blistering on the skin, severe fatigue, fever and other serious side effects that have not been referenced here.
Precautions
Ketorol (Ketorolac) can cause bleeding of the stomach, and this could be severe. You should see your physician straight away if this occurs. Symptoms include bloody stools and vomiting blood.
This medicine is usually only given for the shortest possible period of time as long term treatment can pose risks to the health.

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