Study on the relationship of pain killers and the incidence of cardiac arrest

March 16, 2017
Study on the relationship of pain killers and the incidence of cardiac arrest Study on the relationship of pain killers and the incidence of cardiac arrest

In the light of modern European medical study, published by the site Ooksfod Akademik, about pain relievers, and detecting that dealt with raising the likelihood of risk of cardiac arrest,

Gunnar Gislason Centesimal doctor in cardiology Copenhagen University Hospital said the pain relievers that is taking people without a prescription "is not free from harm."

Gislason advised heart patients to shy away from the abuse of these drugs, stressing the need not to exceed the consumption of people dwelling Nabroxn for more than 500 milligrams a day, and analgesic ibuprofen for more than 1,200 milligrams per day, and considered that these drugs should not be paid to patients without prescriptions.

Opponents of the study considered that ask the doctor Danish exaggerated, including Christopher O'Connor, editor of America, the University of Cardiology magazine, who said that intense pain also leads to constriction of blood vessels, and affects the cardiovascular health, but pointed to the need to be cautious when taking these drugs.

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