Renal failure as a suspected adverse reaction to benoxaprofen.

@article{Fine1982RenalFA,
  title={Renal failure as a suspected adverse reaction to benoxaprofen.},
  author={W T Fine and Raymond C. Tallis and K M Osman},
  journal={Postgraduate medical journal},
  year={1982},
  volume={58 679},
  pages={317-8}
}
Introduction Benoxaprofen (Opren) is a recently introduced non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAI) drug. Its mode of action differs from that of other NSAI drugs since the anti-inflammatory effect is mediated not by the suppression of prostaglandin synthesis but by inhibition of the movement of mononuclear cells into arthritic joints (Dawson, 1980). Since decreased platelet adhesiveness and the tendency to microbleeding that occurs with other NSAI drugs is thought to be due to impaired… CONTINUE READING
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