Active Ingredient History
Ketoprofen is a drug belonging to the family of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Ketoprofen, was synthesized in France by Rhône-Poulenc chemists in 1967, and introduced in 1973 in France and the United Kingdom for antiinflammatory use. Ketoprofen selectively inhibits isoform-I of cyclo-oxygenase, COX-1. Ketoprofen has shown to be an excellent choice of drug for the treatment of chronic pain in patients with osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis. In addition Ketoprofen is prescribed for management of pain (acute forms of pain, traumatic and post-surgical pain) and also indicated for treatment of primary dysmenorrhea NCATS
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