1.May cause GI upset,take with food or after meals.
2.Do not crush or chew sustained release preparations..
3.Take with a full glass of water (240ml) to reduce the risk of lodging medication in the esophagus.
4.Patients allergic to tartrazine dye should avoid aspirin.
5.Notify physician if ringing in ears or persistent GI pain occurs.
6.Do not use aspirin if it has a strong vinegar-like odour.
Salicylates have analgesic,antipyretic,anti-inflammatory and antirheumatic effects. Salicylates lower body temperature through vasodilation of perpheral vessels,thus enhancing dissipation of excess heat.
Salicylates are rapidly and completely absorbed after oral use. Bioavailibility is dependent on the dosage form.presence of food,gastric emptying time,gastric pH, presence of antacids or buffering agents and particle size.
Bioavailabilty of some enterc coated tablets may be erratic.
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