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Double-blind study of sulindac and aspirin in juvenile chronic arthritis



Double-blind study of sulindac and aspirin in juvenile chronic arthritis



South African Medical Journal 70(12): 724-726



Sulindac (Clinoril; Frosst-MSD), a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug was compared with aspirin in a randomized double-blind cross-over controlled study in 30 patients with juvenile chronic arthritis. Sulindac was found to be safe and effective. Although it has the advantage of a twice-a-day dose regimen, both patient and doctor may prefer to be guided by pain relief and cost.

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