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Australian Journal of Pharmacy : September 2006
Around 20% of people with asthma are sensitive to aspirin1 these are cross-sensitive to OTC NSAIDs.1 and the majority of with aspirin-sensitive asthma, play it safe: recommend Panadol ® When pain relief is necessary for people (paracetamol).* GLAXOSMITHKLINE CONSUMER HEALTHCARE. 82 HUGHES AVENUE, ERMINGTON, NSW 2115. 1800 028 533. PANADOL® is a registered trademark of the GlaxoSmithKline group of companies. REFERENCE: 1. Jenkins C, et al. BMJ.com. 2004;238:434. * Less than 2% of adults with asthma are cross- sensitive to paracetamol. Reactions to paracetamol tend to be shorter and less severe than reactions to NSAIDs. OGILVY HEALTHWORLD GSKP0004