Ebene Magazine – Research: Ibuprofen use is not a risk factor for Covid-19 results

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Alan Hope

The use of anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen does not result in higher rates of serious illness or death in people who contract Covid-19, according to an article published yesterday in The Lancet Rheumatology.

Ibuprofen, commonly sold over the counter as nurofen, belongs to a group of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) that are used to relieve pain and treat conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. When Covid-19 first emerged, it was suggested that infected people taking NSAIDs were more likely to develop a more serious form of the disease and more likely to die as a result.

The new study, which was carried out in 255 health facilities of the British National Health Service, collected data from more than 72,000 patients, making it the largest of its kind.

Of the patients admitted to the hospital, 30.4% of those who took NSAIDs died. However, the number of those who had not taken NSAIDs was slightly higher at 31.3%.

In addition to the deaths as a result of Covid-19, the study also looked at lower results, including markers for the severity of the disease such as admission to the intensive care unit, the need for invasive or non-invasive ventilation, the use of additional oxygen or the development of acute kidney injuries. Again, no significant difference was found between users of NSAIDs and non-users.

« NSAIDs are widely used to treat people around the world for a range of conditions, from mild pain to chronic conditions such as arthritis and cardiovascular disease, » said Professor Ewen Harrison of the University of Edinburgh, Lead author of the study.

“Many people rely on being able to do their daily activities. When the pandemic started over a year ago, we needed to be sure that these common drugs would not cause worse results in people with Covid-19. We now have clear evidence that NSAIDs can be used safely in patients with Covid-19, which should reassure both doctors and patients that they can continue to be used in the same way as they were before the pandemic started. « 

Ref: https://www.brusselstimes.com

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