Ibuprofen redux

Sibbald, Barbara
October 2006
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/10/2006, Vol. 175 Issue 8, p858
Academic Journal
The article explains the stance of Health Canada on the safety of ibuprofen. The result of an internal scientific review of the safety of ibuprofen is discussed. A correlation between cardiovascular risk and high-dose of ibuprofen is presented. A statement from Doctor Marc Berthiaume, director of the Marketed Pharmaceuticals and Medical Device Bureau, about non-prescription or prescription drugs is considered.


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