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Ibuprofene e cortisone a confronto: rischio e beneficio di utilizzo in termini di efficacia e safety Ibuprofen versus steroids: risk and benefit, efficacy and safety

  title={Ibuprofene e cortisone a confronto: rischio e beneficio di utilizzo in termini di efficacia e safety Ibuprofen versus steroids: risk and benefit, efficacy and safety},
  author={Marcello Giovannini and Marzia Mandelli and C N Gualdi and Steven Palazzo},
Negli ultimi anni si e osservata una graduale sempre maggiore attitudine all’uso pediatrico dell’ibuprofene per il trattamento antiinfiammatorio e antipiretico. Il pediatra si trova quindi spesso a poter scegliere una valida alternativa rispetto a cortisonici e paracetamolo, nel trattamento di stati infiammatori e febbrili nel bambino. Nella pratica clinica e utilizzabile in caso di cefalea, odontalgia, otalgia, dismenorrea, nevralgie, dolori osteoarticolari, artromialgie, crampi addominali e… Expand


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