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Vioxx, Adverse Drug Reactions

Vioxx adverse drug reactions include the possible onset of peptic ulcers and potential cardiac failure.

Vioxx is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID).  They are often used to alleviate pain and inflammation is arthritis sufferers.  The most common NSAID's are aspirin and ibuprofen.  Where as aspirin and ibuprofen are non-selective NSAID's, Vioxx is a selective inhibitor targeting the COX-2 enzine.

In 2004 Merck pulled Vioxx off the market after it was suspected of contributing to the deaths of tens of thousands of patients from 1999 to 2004 due to cardiovascular problems.

 

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Baxter Bulletin Clarity about over the counter pain pills Baxter Bulletin This study showed that these drugs increased heart disease risks even in healthy people. Most intriguingly the adverse effects varied from drug to drug. Vioxx, which is no longer available, caused a 66 percent increased risk of death from heart disease.

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Whistleblowers Protection Blog blog Sarbanes Oxley Whistleblowers Whistleblowers Protection Blog blog Sharp explains how federal regulators facilitated the pharmaceutical companies and reacted slowly to the reports of adverse reactions. Even today, EPO is . Troy Media is reporting today VIOXX caused 140,000 heart attacks that killed 60,000 people

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The Truth Today Global Companion Diagnostics Market Size, Outlook, Trends and Forecasts 2018 2023 The Truth Today The rising cases of adverse drug reactions related to the drugs due to the lack of efficacy drive the need for companion diagnostics. With companies increasing their collaborations for The efficacy of several drugs range between 30 75 and there and more raquo

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Nature.com When antibiotics turn toxic Nature.com Some FDA approved fluoroquinolones were swiftly withdrawn from the market after severe adverse reactions and several deaths trovafloxacin, withdrawn in 1999, damaged livers, for instance. But others became the drug of choice both for serious

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