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He said the colt has received the mild pain-killer Butazolidin and been fitted with a ``three-quarter'' shoe designed to relieve pressure on the bruise and will be equipped with the medication and the shoe in Saturday's race.
Last night he was being kept alive on liquid food and a powerful pain-killer.
That's because leech saliva contains a natural anesthetic, or pain-killer.
EXHAUSTED Jade has pain-killer lolly laying in ambulance
DOCTORS in north Warwickshire are being told not to prescribe a pain-killer and anti-inflammatory drug because it may increase the risk of heart attacks or strokes.
Tests suggests the common pain-killer can beat the disease by making cancer cells commit suicide.
These other diseases include: Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD); ulcers (both peptic and pain-killer induced); endometriosis; and prostate, breast and endometrial cancers.
Aspirin, originally developed as a pain-killer, has been known for at least a decade to prevent heart attacks and strokes in high-risk individuals.
A Warwickshire ambulance service crew gave him advanced life support and the pain-killer diamorphine.