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Analgesic, NSAID, Narcotics DD03

Test for Tuesday March 30th, 2010
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MOTRIN
ibuprofen, NSAID
INDOCID
indomethacin, NSAID
NAPROSYN
naproxen, NSAID
ARTHROTEC
diclofenac/misoprostol, NSAID/cytoprotective
VOLTAREN
diclofenac, NSAID
TORADOL
ketorolac, NSAID
TYLENOL #3
acetaminophen with codeine, Narcotic Analgesic
MS CONTIN/ MESLON
morphine, Narcotic Analgesic
DILAUDID
hydromorphone, Narcotic Analgesic
DURAGESIC
fentanyl, Narcotic Analgesic
CELEBREX
celecoxib, COX-2 inhibitor
MOBICOX
meloxicam, COX-2 inhibitor
PERCOCET/ENDOCET
oxycodone/acetaminophen, Narcotic Analgesic
ZYLOPRIM
allopurinol, Antigout
NARCAN
naloxone, Opioid Antagonist (Narcotic antidote)
DELTASONE
prednisone, Corticosteroid-oral
KENACORT
triamcinolone, Corticosteroid
SOLU-CORTEF
hydrocortisone, Corticosteroid
BETADERM
bethamethasone, Corticosteroid
DEMEROL
meperidine, Narcotic Analgesic
METADOL
methadone, Narcotic Analgesic & Addiction therapy
PLAQUENIL
hydroxychloroquine, a/inflammatory, a/malarial
TYLENOL
acetaminophen, Analgesic
ASPIRIN/ ASAPHEN
acetylsalicylic acid, NSAID
Analgesic
What is another name for a Non-Narcotic Analgesic?
mild to moderate
A Non-Narcotic Analgesic relieves _____ to _____ pain?
non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs
NSAID's
Disease Modifying Anti-rheumatic Drugs
DMARD's
Analgesic
What is the class for acetaminophen?
against fever
anti-pyretic
4 grams
What is the maximum daily dose of acetaminophen
325
One tablet of acetaminophen is __ mg?
500
One extra strength acetaminophen is ___ mg?
NSAID, Analgesic, Antipyretic, Anticoagulant
4 properties of ASA
7 days
ASA should be avoided for __ ____ prior to surgery
Aspirin
Warfarin and _____ should NOT be taken together
Inflammation
Redness, Swelling, Warmth, Pain are all signs of what?
A condition in which tissues have been damaged
What is inflammation?
Take with food
NSAID's and COX-2 Inhibitors must have which auxillary label?
Menstrual and Dental
Ibuprofen works beest on which 2 types of pain?
degenerative joint disease
Osteoarthritis
bone
What does the medical term "oste" mean?
bone to bone
Think Osteoarthritis as ____ to ____ condition.
Rheumatoid Arthritis
joints are inflammed, limiting range of motion
Gout
A build-up of Uric Acid
Gout
What commonly attacks the joint of the big toe?
Drink plenty of fluid
What auxiallry label should be put on for any antigout medication?
inflammation
What do corticosteriods reduce?
Take with Food
What auxillary label is to be put on corticosteriod medication?
moon face and loss of bone density
What are the two main adverse effects of oral corticosteriods?
intravenous acetylcysteine
A severe overdose of acetaminophen can be treated with ____?
Vitamin K
Whats is the antidote for Warfarin?
Protamine
What is the antidote for Heparin?
naloxone
What is the antidote for opioid overdose?
Histamine
the substance that interacts with tissues, producing an allergic reaction
Anaphylactic Shock
a severe allergic reaction that is a medical emergency
Central Nervous System
Opioid analgesics act on what part of the brain?
pain signals
Opioid analgesics block transmission from...?
Opioid Analgesics
What are the strongest analgesics?
8 mg
How much codeine does Tylenol #1 have?
15 mg
How much codeine does Tylenol #2 have?
30 mg
How much codeine does Tylenol #3 have?
oxycodone and acetaminophen
Percocet
oxycodone and aspirin
Percodan
May cause dizziness or drowsiness; Do NOT drink alcohol
Required auxillary labels for opioid analgesics?
drowsiness, constipation, and respiratory depression
What are 3 side effects of taking Opiod Analgesic's outlined in the notes?
antitussive and antidiarrheal
Codeine and Hydrocodone are useful as what two things...?
Patient Controlled Analgesic
What does PCA stand for?
Methadone
___ is used to treat people with addictions to Opioid drugs. Also been used for pain relief.
fruit flavored
The methadone powder is dissolved into a _____ ______ drink to avoid it being injected
Yes
Can Pharmacy Technicians compound methadone and hand it to the patient? (Yes or No)
Inflammation
Redness, Swelling, Warmth, Pain are four signs of ____?
NSAID
Class of ibuprofen? (MOTRIN)
NSAID
Class of indomethacin? (INDOCID)
NSAID
Class of Naproxen? (NAPROSYN)
NSAID
Class of diclofenac/misoprostal? (ARTHROTEC)
NSAID
Class of diclofenac? (VOLTAREN)
NSAID
Class of ketorolac? (TORADOL)
NSAID
Class if acetylsalicylic acid? (ASPIRIN/ ASAPHEN)
Analgesic
Class of acetaminophen? (TYLENOL)
Narcotic Analgesic
Class of acetaminophen with codeine? (TYLENOL #3)
Narcotic Analgesic
Class of morphine? (MS CONTIN/ MESLON)
Narcotic Analgesic
Class of hydromorphone? (DILAUDID)
Narcotic Analgesic
Class of fentanyl? (DURAGESIC)
COX-2 Inhibitor
Class of celecoxib? (CELEBREX)
COX-2 Inhibitor
Class of meloxicam? (MOBICOX)
Narcotic Analgesic
Class of oxycodone/acetaminophen? (PERCOCET/ENDOCET)
Antigout
Class of allopurinol? (ZYLOPRIM)
Opioid Antagonist
Class of naloxone? (NARCAN)
Corticosteroid
Class of prednisone? (DELTASONE)
Corticosteroid
Class of triamcinolone? (KENACORT)
Corticosteroid
Class of hydrocortisone? (SOLU-CORTEF)
Corticosteroid
Class of betamethasone? (BETADERM)
Narcotic Analgesic
Class of meperidine? (DEMEROL)
Narcotic Analgesic and Addiction Therapy
Class of methadone? (METADOL)
antiinflammatory, antimalarial
Classes of hydroxychloroquine? (PLAQUENIL)