Mefenamic acid — A nonsteroid antiinflammatory agent

  title={Mefenamic acid — A nonsteroid antiinflammatory agent},
  author={F. P. Trinus and N. A. Mokhort and L. M. Yagupol’skii and A. G. Fadeicheva and V. S. Danilenko and T. K. Ryabukha and Y. Fialkov and L. M. Kirichek and {\'E}. Endel'man and G. A. Get'man},
  journal={Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal},
The inflammatory process is, as known, a pathological symptom of many illnesses. Therefore, the regulation of the inflammatory reaction, including that by means of pharmacological compounds, is one of the important problems of modern medicine. In particular, medicinal compounds are used in clinics, which inhibit the development of the inflammatory process. The suppression of inflammation makes it possible to shorten the time of the illness and to decrease the gravity of the disease and its… Expand
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