flurbiprofen (fler-bip-roh-fen) n. an analgesic that relieves inflammation (see NSAID), used in the treatment of such conditions as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and dysmenorrhoea and to prevent contraction of the pupil during eye surgery. Trade names: Froben, Ocufen.
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