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Australian Journal of Pharmacy : June 2005
GSK0717_BAK_AJP Page 1 05/05/05 1:15 PM • In comparative clinical studies nothing worked faster than paracetamol (Children’s Panadol* ) to relieve pain1,† or fever.2,† •Paracetamol (Children’s Panadol* and antipyretic for children.3-8 • Unlike ibuprofen (Nurofen® ) is regarded by experts as the first-choice analgesic • It is widely recognised that paracetamol is not associated with gastrointestinal side effects.3,8 For Children), Children’s Panadol can be used in babies from 1 month of age.9,10 So when a fast and effective pain reliever is needed for a child, why not make Children’s Panadol your first choice. 1. Schachtel BP et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1993;53:593-601. 2. Walson PD et al. Am J Dis Child 1992;146:626-32. 3. Cranswick N et al. Am J Ther 2000;7:135-41. 4. Prescott LF. Am J Ther 2000;7:143-7. 5. El-Chaar G. Children’s Hospital Quarterly 1994;6:139-42. 6. Drwal-Klein LA et al. Clin Pharm 1992;11:1005-21. 7. Chong A. Modern Medicine of Australia 1996;April:20-7. 8. Henretig FM. Postgrad.Med. 1996;Special Report:68-74. 9. MIMS. Children’s Panadol Prescribing Information. 2003. 10. MIMS. Nurofen for Children Prescribing Information. 2003. † Medication only, non-prescription medication. Liquid formulation 15mg/kg. * Children’s Panadol is a registered trade mark of the GlaxoSmithKline group of companies. GSK0717/BAK/R