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Comparison of suprofen and ibuprofen in the treatment of pain secondary to osteoarthritis.

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Type
Published Article
Journal
Pharmacology
Publication Date
Volume
27 Suppl 1
Pages
41–47
Identifiers
PMID: 6361790
Source
Medline

Abstract

43 patients with osteoarthritis of the knee and/or hip(s) were treated with suprofen 800 mg/day or ibuprofen 1,600 mg/day for 14 days. Both drugs produced an improvement in subjective symptoms by day 7, although the most rapid analgesic effect was obtained with suprofen. Patients receiving suprofen experienced a significantly greater improvement in pain on motion at day 7 than did patients taking ibuprofen. Patients and investigators evaluated both drugs as having good to very good efficacy in the great majority (over 75%) of cases. Both drugs were well tolerated, with only a single drug withdrawal in the ibuprofen group.

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