(having analgesic, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory properties).
The analgesic effect of the action of these substances is manifested mainly in neuralgic, muscular and joint pain. Compared to alkaloids of opium and other drugs, they have less pronounced analgesic activity: they are ineffective in acute pain, injuries, etc. They do not cause euphoria, do not have a hypnotic effect, do not inhibit the cough and respiratory centers. They are also not addictive and addictive, and therefore are called non-narcotic analgesics. In addition to the analgesic action, they have antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, and some anti-rheumatic effects.
- Acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin)
- Amidopyrine (pyramidone)
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