|1.||Hawton, Keith: 4 articles (01/2012 - 05/2003)|
|2.||Bergen, Helen: 3 articles (01/2012 - 01/2009)|
|3.||Kapur, Navneet: 3 articles (01/2012 - 01/2009)|
|4.||Simkin, Sue: 3 articles (01/2012 - 05/2003)|
|5.||Gunnell, David: 2 articles (01/2012 - 01/2009)|
|6.||Afshari, R: 2 articles (10/2005 - 01/2005)|
|7.||Bateman, D N: 2 articles (10/2005 - 01/2005)|
|8.||Bennewith, O: 2 articles (03/2005 - 02/2005)|
|9.||Sutton, L: 2 articles (03/2005 - 02/2005)|
|10.||Gunnell, D: 2 articles (03/2005 - 02/2005)|
08/01/2008 - "A significant reduction in the proportion of poisoning deaths due to co-proxamol was observed following legislation [mean 2000-2004, 37 deaths (21.8% of total poisoning deaths); 2006, 10 (7.8%); P < 0.0001]. "
03/01/2005 - "While there is limited evidence that educational strategies have been effective in reducing deaths from co-proxamol poisoning, initiatives in Scandinavia, Australia and the UK to restrict availability of co-proxamol have produced promising results. "
02/01/2005 - "A multicentre study of coproxamol poisoning suicides based on coroners' records in England."
05/10/2003 - "Co-proxamol and suicide: a study of national mortality statistics and local non-fatal self poisonings."
01/01/2012 - "These changes were associated with major reductions in deaths due to poisoning with co-proxamol receiving verdicts of suicide and undetermined cause of -21 deaths (95% CI -34 to -8) per quarter, equating to approximately 500 fewer suicide deaths (-61%) over the 6 years 2005-2010, and -25 deaths (95% CI -38 to -12) per quarter, equating to 600 fewer deaths (-62%) when accidental poisoning deaths were included. "
06/27/1998 - "Co-proxamol is effective in chronic pain."
08/01/1984 - "Despite the fact that Distalgesic appears to be a useful analgesic in the clinical situation, long-term controlled studies of its effectiveness in chronic pain are still awaited."
02/01/1987 - "Effect of pretreatment with acetaminophen-propoxyphene for oral surgery pain."
06/01/1968 - "[On the use of Distalgesic in postoperative relief of pain following oral surgical procedures]."
02/11/2005 - "'Opioid poisoning deaths in New Zealand (2001-2002)' and the UK's recent decision to withdraw the pain killer coproxamol."
03/01/2013 - "Prescribing guidance from the UK Medicines Regulatory Health Authority (MHRA) regarding non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and co-proxamol, and the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) osteoarthritis (OA) management guidelines were considered. "
08/01/1981 - "Patients with osteoarthritis were entered into a single-blind trial comparing the effects on the gastric mucosa of a four week course of indomethacin, sulindac and a compound of paracetamol and dextropropoxyphene (Distalgesic). "
11/01/1992 - "A double-blind randomized parallel group trial was undertaken to compare the acceptability and efficacy of 2 forms of analgesic treatment, DI-Antalvic (Houde Laboratories, Puteaux, France) (30 mg dextropropoxyphene and 400 mg paracetamol per capsule) and Efferalgan-Codeine (UPSA Laboratories, Rueil Malmaison, France) (30 mg codeine and 500 mg paracetamol per tablet) prescribed for 1 week at doses of 6 capsules/day and 6 tablets/day, respectively, in 141 outpatients with active osteoarthritis of the knee or hip. "
01/01/2005 - "A retrospective study of a cohort of 159 co-proxamol overdoses from a combined data set from Edinburgh and Newcastle, Australia was also conducted. "
09/01/1999 - "Hanging and carbon monoxide poisoning were the most frequent methods of suicide, and coproxamol was the drug most often used in overdoses. "
04/12/1980 - "A review of all dextropropoxyphene poisoning episodes in a stable representative population during the past 10 years showed that Distalgesic accounts for most overdoses, and it has become an increasingly popular component of self-poisoning coktails. "
10/01/2005 - "When related to prescription volume overdoses involving co-proxamol in Scotland were 10 times more likely to be fatal (24.6 (19.7, 30.4)) when compared with co-codamol (2.0 (0.88, 4.0)) or co-dydramol (2.4 (0.5, 7.2)). "
04/01/2003 - "[Di-Antalvic-induced esophageal ulcer]."
|4.||codeine drug combination acetaminophen
|5.||Codeine (Codeine Phosphate)
|10.||Analgesics (Analgesic Drugs)
|2.||Oral Surgical Procedures
|3.||Oral Surgery (Maxillofacial Surgery)