Ketorolac is one of the most effective and safe medications used to relieve pain symptoms. The drug is not a narcotic analgesic and characterized by a wide range of applications. You can buy Ketorolac without prescription on many online pharmacies.
Ketorolac is related to pain killers of a class of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID). Its action is in blockage of enzymes and biologically active substances causing pain. Besides a strong analgesic effect, Ketorolac provides a moderate anti-inflammatory action.
A wide range of Ketorolac application explains availability of many dosage forms of NSAID. You can buy Ketorolac without prescription as:
- eye drops;
- nasal spray;
- ophthalmic solution;
- solution for injection /infusion.
Ketorolac tromethamine salt is used for manufacture of drugs for relief of pain symptoms.
Ketorolac pills are taken once or several times a day, depending on the severity of pain symptoms. An initial dose is 10-20 mg of Ketorolac. If you’ve used Ketorolac before, a single dose should not exceed 10 mg. The maximum daily dose of 40 mg Ketorolac should not be taken over 5 successive days.
Ketorolac eye drops are used to relieve pain and burning sensation in the eyes and to eliminate tearing and eye irritation. Ketorolac eye drops should be instilled in the eye four times a day. The application of eye drops should not exceed 4 days.
An intranasal administration of Ketorolac has advantages over oral NSAIDs. The active ingredient is not absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract or metabolized in the liver. When using a nasal spray Ketorolac, the active ingredient is absorbed into the systemic circulation through the nasal mucosa.
An injection method of Ketorolac administration is used if oral pills can not be taken. Ketorolac injections may be administered either intravenously or intramuscularly. The analgesic is administered intravenously by stream infusion within about 15 seconds. Intramuscular injections of Ketorolac are administered in the gluteal muscle.
Ketorolac is characterized by all the criteria necessary for the effective NSAID:
- short half-life – 5 hours;
- fast analgesic effect – in 15-40 minutes;
- relief of pain of different origin.
Upon oral or injectable administration, Ketorolac quickly penetrates into the systemic circulation. The maximum concentration of the analgesic is achieved within 40 minutes after intake of a tablet, and 15-30 minutes after injection. The analgesic effect is maintained for a day after 4 applications of Ketorolac.
Irrespective of the dosage form, the analgesic is intended for short-term application only. Ketorolac misuse may cause side effects typical for all NSAIDs: nausea, diarrhea, shortness of breath, or hearing loss.
If you buy Ketorolac without prescription, you can get the following benefits:
- wide range of application;
- relief from even severe and prolonged pain symptoms;
- quick and lasting analgesic effect with minimal doses.
Clinical trials have convincingly demonstrated that a single dose of Ketorolac provides a strong and long-lasting analgesic effect comparing to Morphine or such opioid analgesics as Tramadol. Ketorolac advantage over opioids that the analgesic neither affects opioid receptors nor inhibits breathing.
Furthermore, Ketorolac is still safe in overdose, does not cause addiction or euphoria. Because of high potential, analgesic Ketorolac is used in many areas of medicine:
- in emergency.
Ketorolac was developed in 1989 in the USA, and actively used in clinical practice a year later. Toradol was the first associated drug mostly applied in anesthesiology. Toradol was the first NSAID, used as an injectable solution.
Intravenous and intramuscular injections of Ketorolac were widely used for treatment of pain symptoms. In the USA for 20 years between 1990 and 2010, 500 million injections of Ketorolac were used in total.
Toradol Ketorolac-based pills appeared in 1991. Over time, other dosage forms of Ketorolac were developed and the scope of the analgesic application was expanded substantially.
Currently Ketorolac without prescription is available in the USA under such brand names as Acular, Acuvail and Sprix. In Canada, the analgesic is also known under the names of Acular and Acuvail.
Ketorolac-based drugs are the most prescribed NSAIDs in Argentina. In this country Ketorolac without prescription is available under such brand names as Teledol, Sinalgico, Unicalm, Dolten, Keramix, Blocadol, Dorixina, Ketopharm, Kemanat, Zerodol, Poenkerat, Duprac, and Tenkdol.