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Pain is an unpleasant sensation often caused by intense or damaging stimuli such as stubbing a toe, burning a finger, putting iodine o...
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Tylenol 205,187 Ibuprofen 173,058 Morphine 142,632
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Buffered Aspirin
VS.
Enteric Coated Aspirin
Other name: Bufferin (Bufferin)
Other name: Aspirin (Aspirin)
3.5
2.0
594
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Pain
Arthritis
Inflammation
Headaches
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Stroke
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Pain
Clotting Disorder
Heart Attack
Blood Clots
Stroke
Arthritis
Headaches
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Buf
Liver Damage
7
A Fib
5
Diabetes
5
Shortness Of Breath
4
Low Blood Pressure
4
High Blood Pressure
3
Nose Bleeds
2
Insulin Resistance
2
Numbness
2
Palpitations
2
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Ent
Low Blood Pressure
3
Shortness Of Breath
2
Tachycardia
2
Addiction
2
Liver Damage
2
Sedation
2
Nose Bleeds
1
Cardiac Arrest
1
Blood Disorder
1
Hepatitis
1
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A Fib
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Ent
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Diabetes
Buf
Ent
5
0
Shortness Of Breath
Buf
Ent
4
2
Low Blood Pressure
Buf
Ent
4
3
High Blood Pressure
Buf
Ent
3
0
Nose Bleeds
Buf
Ent
2
1
Insulin Resistance
Buf
Ent
2
0
Numbness
Buf
Ent
2
0
Palpitations
Buf
Ent
2
0
Low Blood Pressure
Ent
Buf
3
4
Shortness Of Breath
Ent
Buf
2
4
Tachycardia
Ent
Buf
2
0
Addiction
Ent
Buf
2
0
Liver Damage
Ent
Buf
2
7
Sedation
Ent
Buf
2
0
Nose Bleeds
Ent
Buf
1
2
Cardiac Arrest
Ent
Buf
1
0
Blood Disorder
Ent
Buf
1
0
Hepatitis
Ent
Buf
1
0
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Post from
usmleforum.com
aspirin. C. take only buffered aspirin. D. take aspirin...
" ...by a massive upper GI bleed should A. take aspirin daily. B. take only enteric coated aspirin. C. take only buffered aspirin. D. take aspirin with lansoprazole. E. never take aspirin,... "

a significant amount of aluminum, is it easy to mista...
" ...aluminum. Is this also the same situation vis a vis 'enteric coated' aspirin? Assuming that enteric coated aspirin does NOT contain a significant amount of aluminum, is it easy to mistake... "

Post from
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possible problem with buffered aspirin is the minerals that...
" ...possible problem with buffered aspirin is the minerals that ...want to risk taking buffered aspirin because it contains aluminium ...option you have is enteric coated aspirin. I thin... "

a significant amount of aluminum, is it easy to mis...
" ...aluminum. Is this also the same situation vis a vis 'enteric coated' aspirin? Assuming that enteric coated aspirin does NOT contain a significant amount of aluminum, is it easy to mistake... "

to give buffered aspirin, not enteric coated. Bufferin...
" ...need to give buffered aspirin, not enteric coated. ...a store brand of buffered aspirin that's simply labeled Tri-Buferred ...Studies have shown that enteric coated aspirin often doesn't diss... "

and you could buy buffered aspirin or enteric coated...
" ...you or not. i have GI reflux and take prilosec daily. i know that ...an anti-inflammatory, and you could buy buffered aspirin or enteric coated aspirin. i think those are supposed... "

Enteric-coated Aspirin which passes through the stomach...
" ...make sure it is enteric-coated. Enteric-coated Aspirin which passes through the ...is used in the intestines. http://www.thefreedictionary.com/enteric-coated aspirin Buffered aspirin is broken... "

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coated aspirin, buffered aspirin and regular aspirin?...
" ...enteric coated aspirin, buffered aspirin and regular... "

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the difference between buffered and enteric coated aspirin?...
" What is the difference between buffered and enteric coated aspirin? If you buffer something in chemistry, you add something ...is what is being done in buffered aspirin. Enteric coating is a hard... "

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you have is enteric coated aspirin. I think this kind...
" ...don't want to risk taking buffered aspirin because it contains aluminium and ...Another option you have is enteric coated aspirin. I think this kind has... "

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