Synthesis and evaluation of dual acting esters of aspirin and ketorolac

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Halen, P.K.; Yadav, M.R.; Chagti, K.K.; Reshmi, C.S.; Giridhar, R.;
(2006)
  • Publisher: Universidad de Granada, Facultad de Farmacia
  • Subject: Ketorolac | Ketorolaco | Aspirin | Irritación local | Local irritation | Aspirina

Se sintetizaron y evaluaron cinco ésteres aminoetílicos N,N-disustituidos derivados del ketorolaco y la aspirina para eliminar su toxicidad gástrica. Se diseñaron especialmente ésteres intactos para satisfacer el requisito estructural de disponer de una actividad ... View more
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