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Chapter 17, Problem 2E
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What are the three main effects of aspirin?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The three main effects of aspirin are to be named.

Concept Introduction:

Most of the diseases are caused by bacteria, which are microorganisms that reproduce in our body.

Antibiotic, that is, penicillin was discovered by Alexander Fleming.

Antibiotics kill these bacteria and help in curing diseases.

The original or chemical name of aspirin is acetylsalicylic acid.

Explanation of Solution

Aspirin works by inhibiting a fatty acid derivative, which is involved in many physiological processes (prostaglandins). The fatty acid derivative sensitizes the pain receptor and, by preventing the formation of this derivative, aspirin reduces pain and fever...

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