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Fever: beneficial and detrimental effects of antipyretics.
The antipyretic activity was evaluated using albino mice (25-30 g) of either sex (Khan et al.
Dose of antipyretic medication in children should be accurately based on body weight and should not merely be estimated (Tables 5 - 7).
Studies of anti inflammatory, antipyretic and analgesic effects of aqueous extract of traditional herbal drug on rodents.
Criteria of postoperative complications after endoscopic surgery for nephrolithiasis Grade Cases I Hematuria through the nephrostomic tube or during self-urination that requires additional infusion therapy (more than 1 liter) and/ or the use of diuretics; Fever above 38[degrees]C that remains elevated for less than 24 h and that requires the use of antipyretics or another therapy; Loss of the nephrostomic tube, not due to any intervention but requiring further observation; Urine leakage around the tube up to 48 h, with adequate functioning of the drainage; Transient elevation of the serum creatinine.
The rats for antipyretic evaluation were selected based on their measured basal anal temperature ([less than or equal to] 37[degrees]C) using a thermistor probe (with a resolution of 0.
Objective: This study was conducted to introduce mothers' knowledge and practices on fever, measuring fever and using antipyretics.
Antipyretic use for post-vaccination fever in the absence of discomfort or distress is not recommended.
This questionnaire contained demographic information including age, gender, weight, maternal-paternal ages and education levels in addition to questions about fever and the drug used including the beginning time of fever, accompanying findings, history of febril convulsion, methods of measuring body temperature, name, dose and dosing frequency of the antipyretic given.
These include calcium antagonistic, anorexic, intestinal motility and hypertension, anti-ulcer, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and antibacterial actions, glycemic and hypolipidemic effects; treat liver disease, and diabetes.