Can kerofren supp drugs be used in post sc PEB patients?
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Ketoprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that is given to treat pain and inflammation. These drugs are classified as hard drugs (drugs with a red circle label) that should not be used carelessly and should only be used if it has been examined directly by a doctor and may only be purchased using a prescription from a doctor.
Just like other types of NSAIDs, ketoprofen has side effects including causing an increase in blood pressure and also kidney disorders. Both are certainly not expected to occur in patients suffering from severe preeclampsia. Patients with severe preeclampsia have high blood pressure (this can continue to be high up to several weeks after delivery) and one of the complications of severe preeclampsia is kidney disorders. Therefore, ketoprofen should be used with extreme caution in patients with severe preeclampsia. If indeed the doctor prescribes it for the patient, then the doctor certainly has certain considerations as to why this drug is given to the patient. If you want to give yourself without permission from a doctor, you should not do it because it can be dangerous for patients.
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