Results 1 - 10 of 10 for ACETAMINOPHEN OR CAFFEINE OR DIPHENHYDRAMINE OR ASPIRIN
  1. Acetaminophen Level What is an acetaminophen level test? This test measures the amount of acetaminophen in the blood. Acetaminophen is one of the most common medicines used ...
  2. ... Salicylates are a type of drug found in aspirin and other medicines. Salicylates are usually safe for ... in many over-the-counter and prescription medicines. Aspirin is the most common type of salicylate. Popular ...
  3. ... inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen, naproxen, or aspirin for seven days prior to your test. If you take aspirin for heart problems, talk to your health care ...
  4. ... chicken pox or the flu and have taken aspirin to treat their illnesses. The cause of Reye ... the risk, children and teens should not take aspirin unless specifically recommended by your health care provider. ...
  5. ... to take over-the-counter pain relievers with acetaminophen (Tylenol), to help ease body aches and reduce fever. Aspirin and ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) are not recommended, as ...
  6. ... also affect your results. These include oral contraceptives , aspirin, cortisone, and vitamin A. Be sure to tell ...
  7. ... over-the-counter relievers. But don't give aspirin to children or teens because it may cause ...
  8. ... any medicines you are taking. Certain medicines, especially aspirin and blood thinners , should not be taken before ...
  9. ... before the test. Avoid food or drinks with caffeine. Don't smoke or do heavy exercise for ...
  10. ... instructed to not eat meat or take any aspirin-containing medicines for three days prior to your ...