WHY TERM LIMITS FOR TORADOL?

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What is the rationale for limiting toradol to short-term use? I have seen much more harm from other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
—Frank Seck, DO, Gladwin, Mich.

NSAIDs can be classified by anti-inflammatory potency and GI toxicity. Toradol has very potent anti-inflammatory properties and carries a higher risk of complications (GI bleeding and renal failure) than many of the less potent NSAIDs.
—Karen E. Brown, MD (109-19)

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