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Posted On : 21 Jun 2019
Paracetamol, mefenamic acid, nimesulide, and other antipyretics are contraindicated in G6PD deficiency then what antipyretic should we give in fever in G6PD deficiency?
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Expert Answer :
Though Paracetamol can cause hemolysis it is low risk and can be given in normal doses. However, it is contraindicated in severely G6PD Deficient or in those who have chronic non-spherocytic hemolytic anemia.
Answer Discussion :
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SATISH KATTEPURA
paracetamol
1 year ago
H
harshavardhan gantyala
ibuprofen
1 year ago
T
teh jx
Paracetamol can be given within therapeutic dose
1 year ago
W
Waseem
Paracetamol can be given as its low risk
1 year ago
D
DrBakr Abu Seada
Ibuprofen
1 year ago




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