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Zaldiar is a pain killer used to treat moderate to sever pain. It has proven good tolerability in chronic osteoarthritis, back pain and postoperative pain. It is not associated with prostaglandin-mediated side effects which have been reported with COX-2 inhibitors and NSAIDs, such as GI bleeding, renal insufficiency, cardiovascular disease and effect on platelet aggregation.

Zaldiar has two active ingredients. 325 mg paracetamol (a.k.a. acetaminophen) and 37.5 mg tramadol. Zaldiar is a registered trademark of Grünenthal GMBH.

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