Are some NSAIDs safer for patients with kidney disease?

Are some NSAIDs safer for patients with kidney disease?

We know that conventional NSAIDs can impair renal function and should be avoided in patients with kidney disease.

But many of us were taught that sulindac (Clinoril) or nabumetone (Relafen) are "renal-sparing."

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