Oral Health Group

SPRIX® – The First and Only Intranasal NSAID


March 28, 2012
by ken

SPRIX® (ketorolac tromethamine) Nasal Spray is the first and only intranasal NSAID, a novel form of ketorolac tromethamine, a proven pain reliever used in hospitals for more than 20 years.1 SPRIX® combines the strength of non-narcotic ketorolac2 with the advantages of a patient-administered nasal spray. POTENT PAIN RELIEF – SPRIX® provides hospital-strength analgesia2 inside and outside the hospital for patients with moderate to moderately severe pain. SPRIX® also reduces the need for narcotics to manage pain. NON-NARCOTIC. Ketorolac does not bind to opioid receptors. SPRIX® is not a controlled substance therefore prescriptions may be called into the pharmacy and do not require additional paperwork, and are not subject to filing with Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs.

http://www.sprix.com/Home.aspx


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