NSAIDs and Fracture Healing - Andrew Bucknill 6/11/2003

Do NSAIDs affect bone healing?

Yes. There have been several studies using animal models showing the inhibitory effects of various NSAIDs on skeletal repair. Nearly every study that has asked this or a similar question has reported similar findings. There are also studies in human patients showing that prolonged use results in:

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