(BRITISH) UK Trade name products: (Anadin) (Aspro) (Bayer) (Beechams powders) (Caprin) (Disprin) (Nu-seals Aspirin) (Phensic) (Toptabs)
(AMERICAN) US Trade name products which contain aspirin as the key ingredient include: (217) (217 Strong) (8-Hour Bayer Timed-Release) (Anacin) (Apac Improved) (Apo-Asa) (Apo-Asen) (Arthrinol Aspirin Tablets) (Arthrisin) (Atria S.R.) (Aspergum) (Astrin) (Bayer Aspirin) (Bayer Timed-Release Arthritic Pain Formula) (C2) (Coryphen) (Easprin) (Ecotrin) (Empirin) (Entrophen) (Halfprin) (Headstart) (Instantine) (Measurin) (Nervine) (Norwich Aspirin) (Novasen) (P-A-C Revised Formula) (Riphen) (Sal-Adult) (Sal-Infant) (St. Joseph Adult Chewable Aspirin) (Supasa) (Therapy Bayer) (Triaphen Aspirin Dispersible Tablets) (Zorprin)
A salicylate medication used to relieve mild pain, reduce fever, thin the blood, and as an anti-inflammatory agent.
Prolonged bleeding time, wheezing, ringing in the ears, nausea, vomiting, GI upset, GI bleeding, ulcers, rash, allergic reactions, hives, bruising, abnormal liver function tests, and hepatitis.
Adults: variable with trade preparation. Oral, 750-1,000 mg every 4-6 hours as needed (no more than 4 grams total per day) Delayed release preparations will be used at less frequent intervals.