B. J. Ruane

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The combination of dextropropoxyphene and paracetamol, marketed as Distalgesic, once a popular analgesic, is now less commonly prescribed. Each tablet contains 32-5mg of dextropropoxyphene and 325mg of paracetamol. Overdoses with this preparation were common in the late seventies, though nowadays are rarely seen.' Overdoses of as little as twenty tablets(More)
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