Analgesics

  1. ibuprofin, indomethacin, Aleve, Relafen, Toradol
    NSAIDS
  2. celecoxib, Celebrex, allupurinol
    COX-2 inhibitors
  3. colchicine, probenecid
    Gout Medications
  4. Oxycodone and aspirin
    Percocet
    percodan
    empirin #3
    Tylenol 3
    Vicodin
    Opioid/ Non-Opioid Combination Drugs
  5. TNF inhibitors
    Gold Salts
    minocycline
    antimalarial agents
    DMARDS
  6. What are DMARDS?
    • Disease Modifying Anti-Rheumatic Drugs
    • TNF inhibitors suppress the immune system by blocking the activity of TNF- Tumor Necrosis Factor (a substance in the body that causes inflammation)
  7. Enzyme that breaks down arachidonic acid into prostiglandins which have potent inflammatory properties
    Cyclo- oxygenase
  8. Natural or synthetic morphine like substance used for reducing pain
    Opioid
  9. Anti- Gout medication
    probenicid
  10. Narcotic antagonist used to reverse effects of Opioids
    naloxonehydrochlorine (Narcan)
  11. Opioid mechanism of action
    interact with binding sites (opiate receptors) in the CNS
  12. Enzyme produced only during inflammation
    COX- 2
  13. SELECTIVELY inhibit COX-2
    Celebrex and NSAIDs
  14. NSAIDs mechanism of action
    inhibits prostaglandin synthesis by inhibiting the cyclooxygenase enzymes resulting in reduction of inflammation
  15. Synthetic opioid analgesic that alters the perception of and emotional response to pain
    oxycodone (Oxycontin)
  16. NSAID stands for...
    Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory drug that relieve pain and reduces inflammation; also has some anti-platelet and anti-pyretic effects
  17. COX-1
    protective enzyme that protects the gastric mucosa and maintains normal platelet function
Author
DH2017
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Analgesics
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