A MOTHER found guilty of poisoning her own baby with a powerful pain killer murdered out of a craving for attention, a judge told her today.
What does PK stand for?
PK stands for Pain Killer (band and medicine)
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We have 25 other meanings of PK in our Acronym Attic
- Personal Just World Belief (psychology)
- Pinyon-Juniper Woodland
- P.J. Wallbank Springs, Inc. (Port Huron, MI)
- Pakistan Journal of Women's Studies
- Prawda Jest w Slowie (Polish: Truth Is the Word)
- Polsko Japoñska Wy¿sza Szko³a Technik Komputerowych (Polish)
- Pound/Japanese Yen
- Pääkirjasto (Finnish: main library)
- Paardekracht (Horse Power)
Samples in periodicals archive:
With such a significant number of responders having been prescribed a narcotic pain killer, our results suggest that these drugs are relatively easy to access despite the need for a physician's prescription," said Raymond Fabius, M.
Dubai An Arab man was arrested selling a banned pain killer in Ghusais on June 10, Dubai Police have said.
According to police reports, they received information that the suspect was trading pain killers in the Deira area of Dubai.
Byline: Dr Nick Simons Q DEAR Doctor, I am planning to go abroad, and currently need to take pain killers for a back problem.
They include nine boxes of methadone containing 60 tablets each, morphine, 180 boxes of Filnarine which are morphine sulphate tablets in various colours, Temgesic, and Fentenyl patches which are pain killers.
The results reveal: - 38% of men and women suffer from pain daily - 57% take over the counter pain killers - BUT, 37% are worried about the side effects - And, 87% say pain killers don't often work - 35% of men and women have had to take time off work due to pain - The young are more inclined to take over the counter pain killers than the older generation (63% vs 43%) Dr Jim Lawrie, GP at a busy London practice, who is available for comment said "This research reflects what our patients have been telling us for a while, and it's not just the patients who are concerned; in our practice we have reduced the amount of pain killers we are prescribing, if a patient needs pain relief we are going back to recommending paracetamol, not because it is more effective but because it's safer.
Cllr Turner,40, was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis four years ago and says that without strong anti-inflammatory drugs and pain killers she would be unable to walk.