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Flunixin meglumine: a non-narcotic analgesic.

@article{Ciofalo1977FlunixinMA,
  title={Flunixin meglumine: a non-narcotic analgesic.},
  author={Vincent B. Ciofalo and M B Latranyi and Jitendra B. Patel and Robert I. Taber},
  journal={The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics},
  year={1977},
  volume={200 3},
  pages={
          501-7
        }
}
The N-methyl-d-glucamine salt of flunixin (flunixin meglumine) is a potent non-narcotic analgesic agent after parenteral administration in mice, rats and monkeys. It is significantly more potent than pentazocine, meperidine and codeine in the rat yeast paw test after subcutaneous administration in saline. Activity on intramuscular administration is comparable to that after subcutaneous administration and is enhanced when dissolved in buffered saline as compared to nonbuffered saline. In… 
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