Explain How IV Meloxicam Stacks Up to Other Injectable NSAIDs

There’s buzz about a new IV version of meloxicam (Anjeso).

It’s positioned to compete with other injectable NSAIDs...diclofenac (Dyloject), ibuprofen (Caldolor), and ketorolac.

But explain that IV meloxicam takes 2 to 3 hours to start working...versus about 1 hour or less with other IV NSAIDs.

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