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Buffered Aspirin vs Enteric Coated Aspirin

Buffered Aspirin
VS.
Enteric Coated Aspirin
Other name: Bufferin Bufferin
Other name: Aspirin Aspirin
Satisfaction Score
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3.0
Moderately Satisfied
Satisfaction Score
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2.8
Moderately Satisfied
Helpfulness
for Pain
3.3
Concern level
2.3
Helpfulness
for Pain
1.4
Concern level
2.9
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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...
Read on Wikipedia
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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Top Concerns
Buf
A Fib
7
Liver Damage
6
Diabetes
4
Shortness of Breath
4
Low Blood Pressure
4
High Blood Pressure
4
Palpitations
4
Thyroiditis
3
Nose Bleeds
2
Brain Damage
2
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Tachycardia
3
Low Blood Pressure
3
Addiction
2
Shortness of Breath
2
Liver Damage
2
Glaucoma
2
Hypoglycemia
2
Palpitations
2
Hepatitis
1
Blood Disorder
1
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rin. C. take only buffered aspirin. D. take aspirin with l...
| usmleforum.com
" ...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,... "

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unt of aluminum, is it easy to mistake coated and buff...
| parentingbanter.com
" ...a significant amount of 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... "

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Buffered aspirin is my go to for emergency pain relief. My...
| forums.welltrainedmind.com
" Buffered aspirin is my go to for emergency pain relief.  My vet has okayed ...a quick Google search.   Buffered aspirin is getting harder to find, ...on hand.  You don't want enteric coated... "

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possible problem with buffered aspirin is the minerals that...
| www.remedyspot.com
" A possible problem with buffered aspirin is the minerals that are ...don't want to risk taking buffered aspirin because it contains aluminium ...Another option you have is enteric coated aspirin.... "

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ou cannot give the dog enteric coated aspirin....it has to b...
| www.medhelp.org
" ...know that your dog is taking aspirin...and how long has she ...them..? I know that aspirin can cause stomach ulcers...I also know that you cannot give the dog enteric coated aspirin....it has to be... "

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t of aluminum, is it easy to mistake coated and buffe...
| parentingbanter.com
" ...a significant amount of 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... "

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ive buffered aspirin, not enteric coated. Bufferin is h...
| forums.welltrainedmind.com
" ...that you need to give buffered aspirin, not enteric coated. Bufferin is ...has a store brand of buffered aspirin that's simply labeled Tri-Buferred (or ...irritation. Studies have shown that enteric... "

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and you could buy buffered aspirin or enteric coated...
| www.dailystrength.org
" ...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... "

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

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coated aspirin, buffered aspirin and regular aspirin?...
| usmleforum.com
" What's the difference between enteric coated aspirin, buffered... "

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