Georgi Stankov

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To investigate the combined analgesic and spasmolytic effect of dipyrone, 104 patients suffering from “severe” or “excruciating” colic pain due to a confirmed calculus in the upper urinary tract were randomized to receive i.v. either 2.5 g dipyrone (36 patients), 100 mg tramadol (35 patients), or 20 mg butylscopolamine (33 patients) in a multicentre,(More)
Two hundred and sixty patients with lumbago or sciatic pain participated in a multicenter observer-blind randomized trial to compare the efficacy and tolerability of dipyrone 2.5 g, diclofenac 75 mg, and placebo administered as an intramuscular injection once daily for the duration of one to two days. The effectiveness of the test treatments in relieving(More)
To investigate the combined analgesic and spasmolytic effect of metamizole (dipyrone, Novalgin, CAS 68-89-3) this drug was compared with an opioid analgesic (tramadol) and a pure spasmolytic drug (butylscopolamine). In a multicentre, observer-blind, parallel-group study conducted in five German centres 74 patients suffering from "severe" or "excruciating"(More)
Although the need for routine antipyretic therapy in children has often been questioned, there are no data to contra-indicate this. Not all fevers need to be treated but many physicians do so to relieve parental concern. The most commonly used antipyretic drugs are acetylsalicylic acid (ASA), paracetamol (acetaminophen) and dipyrone (metamizol). Paracetamol(More)
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