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NZ Support Groups New Zealand AIDS Foundation 24hr AIDS Hotline 0800 802 437 Email: NZ Federation of Disability Information Centres (NZFDIC) Phone: 021 124 8860 Email: NZ Nutrition Foundation Phone: (09) 489 3417 Email: Osteoporosis New Zealand Inc Phone: (04) 499 4862 Email: Stroke Foundation of NZ Inc Freephone: 0800 STROKE (0800 78 76 53) Phone: (04) 472 8099 Email: Suicide Crisis Helpline Freephone 24/7: 0508 TAUTOKO (828 865) Email: Women’s Health Action Phone: (09) 520 5295 Email: Parents Centres NZ Inc Phone: (04) 233 2022 Email: Parkinson’s Society Inc Freephone: 0800 473 4636 Phone: (04) 472 2796 Email: Plunket – Royal NZ Plunket Society Inc 24hr PlunketLine 0800 933 922 Email: Prostate Cancer Foundation of NZ Freephone: 0800 4 PROSTATE (0800 477 678) Email: Psoriasis Association (Southland) Phone: (03) 216 8662 Email: Supporting Families in Mental Illness Freephone: 0800 SF AUCK (0800 732 825) Phone: (09) 378 9134 Email: Page 214 HEALTHCARE HANDBOOK 2017-2018 References Charts

1 BETTER, FASTER PAIN RELIEF than Paracetamol or Ibuprofen alone 1 PROVEN EFFECTIVENESS Clinically proven to reduce pain levels by at least 32% more than a full daily OTC dose of either Paracetamol or Ibuprofen alone 1 . DELIVERS MAXIMUM DOSAGE MAXIGESIC ® is the only combination analgesic that delivers the maximum recommended daily OTC dose of Paracetamol 4000mg and Ibuprofen 1200mg, if required.* CODEINE FREE PAIN RELIEF This patented combination of Paracetamol and Ibuprofen provides double action relief from a wide range of pain – without codeine. NEW 2017 TV CAMPAIGN MAKE THE SWITCH TO MAXIGESIC Hartley Atkinson Inventor of Maxigesic * Maximum of 8 tablets over a 24 hour period Ref 1. Merry, A. F., Gibbs, R. D., Edwards, J., Ting, G. S., Frampton, C., Davies, E. and Anderson, B. J. (2010). “Combined acetaminophen and ibuprofen for pain relief after oral surgery in adults: a randomized controlled trial” British Journal of Anaesthesia 104(1): 80-88. Result achieved in a trial of post-operative pain relief after removal of 1–4 wisdom teeth using Maxigesic ® compared with Paracetamol 4000mg or Ibuprofen 1200mg alone per day in four divided doses. Maxigesic ® film coated tablets are for temporary relief of pain and reduction of fever and the discomfort associated with fever. Incorrect use can be harmful. Do not use if you have asthma or a stomach ulcer. Do not use in children under 12 years or if you have kidney disease. Do NOT combine with any other Paracetamol or Ibuprofen containing medicines. Do not exceed the daily recommended dose. AFT Pharmaceuticals, Auckland. TAPS 1733HA. NZ Patent No. 552181. Health Headlines Hartley Atkinson M.Pharm, PhD Founder & CEO, AFT Pharmaceuticals 0800 423 823

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