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Bleeding and perforation) either between the five drugs or between the treatment and follow-up period with any of the five drugs. However, the methods used were insufficiently sensitive to detect the effects the authors sought to observe. Insufficient power may also account for the other studies in which less significant or non-significant associations were reported [27-29]. It should be stressed that so far only relative estimates of the risk of GI bleeding 46 in NSAID users have been measured.
B . Non-aspirin NSAIDs (NANSAIDs) and upper GI bleeding In the hospital-based control study described earlier , the risk of a first episode of major upper GI tract bleeding in subjects not known to be predisposed to this ailment was also assessed in relation to the use of NANSAIDs. 1); there were insufficient data to evaluate individual drugs or occasional use. Other case-control studies of GI bleeding and NANSAIDs have also shown a significant association, although the estimates of relative risk were somewhat lower [22-24].
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