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Pain killer can increase the risk of heart attack: Studies

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The use of normal painkiller diclofenac can increase the risk of cardiovascular major diseases such as heart attack and trauma. A new study has warned about this. In this study published in BMJ, the use of Diclofenacis compared with not using any medicine, with paracetamol and other traditional medicinal preventive drugs. 

Exposure to risks on packet of pen killers 
Researchers at the Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark reported that Diclofenac should not be available for normal sale and if it is sold, its possible risk to be mentioned extensively on the front of its packet needed. Diclofench is a conventional non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), which is used worldwide to eliminate pain and swelling. 

In this research, the risk of cardiovascular risk in those who started using Diclofenac was compared to those using other NSAID medicines and paracetamol.

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