Mixing painkillers with BP pills could cause acute kidney injury – ‘Exercise caution’

PAINKILLERS are the first resort for minor niggles and pains, with millions of doses prescribed each year. Despite its good safety profile, the drug isn’t exempt from risks. Combining the pills with other blood pressure drugs may be linked to a greater risk of acute kidney injury , according to a new study.
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