Aloxiprin (or aluminium acetylsalicylate) is a medical drug used for the treatment of pain and inflammation associated with muscular skeletal and joint disorders. It is used for its properties as an  anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and analgesic drug. It is a chemical compound of aluminium hydroxide and  aspirin.  
Alternative names and combinations [ edit ]
 Askit- A powder combination of aspirin, aloxiprin and caffeine.
Contraindications [ edit ]
People with allergies to salicylates.
People with gastrointestinal ulcers.
People with liver or kidney damage.
Pregnant women in the 3rd trimester.
Women who are breastfeeding.
Use with other salicylates.
Use with NSAIDs.
References [ edit ]
^ a b MIMS. "Aloxiprin". MIMS . Retrieved . 16 April 2011
^ Encarta. "Aloxiprin". Encarta . Retrieved . 16 April 2011
^ CUMMINGS AJ, MARTIN BK, WIGGINS LF (1963). "In vitro and in vivo properties of aloxiprin: a new aluminium derivative of acetylsalicylic acid". J. Pharm. Pharmacol. 15: 56–62. PMID 14024235.
^ Geller J (1968). "A comparative trial of aloxiprin ('Palaprin Forte') and phenylbutazone ('Butazolidin')". The British journal of clinical practice. 22 (9): 392–4. PMID 4876729.
^ Net Doctor UK. "Askit Powders". Treatments for joint, muscle and bone conditions . Retrieved . 16 April 2011
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