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Acetaminophen Addiction therapy and narcotic analgesic analgesic Anaphylactic Shock Antigout Arthrotec Aspirin/ Asaphen Auxiliary Labels Betaderm Celebrex Corticosteroid Corticosteroid Corticosteroid Corticosteroidoral Corticosteroids

analgesic, antipyretic, do not exceed 4g daily METADOL/ methadone

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Kenacort, Kenalog inj. MAY CAUSE DROWSINESS, ALCOHOL MAY INTENSIFY THIS EFFECT, USE CARE WHEN OPERATING A CAR OR DANGEROUS MACHINERY Menstral, Dental Metadol Methadone Powder Mobicox Motrin MS Contin/ Meslon Naloxone Naprosyn/ Aleve Narcan Narcotic Analgesic Narcotic Analgesic Narcotic Analgesic

triamcinolone All narcotics requite these auxiliary labels


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TYLENOL/ acetaminophen Severe allergic reaction ZYLOPRIM/ allopurinol diclofenac/misoprostol acetylsalicylic acid Must be placed on all narcotics betamethasone celecoxib KENACORT, KENALOG inj./ triamcinolone BETADERM/ betamethasone SOLU-CORTEF/ hydrocortisone DELTASONE/ prednisone
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Ibuprofen works best on 2 types of pain methadone requires auxiliary label "poison" meloxicam ibuprofen morphine Antidote for overdose of Opioids naproxen naloxone DEMEROL/ meperidine PERCOCET/ENDOCET/ oxycodone/acetaminophen TYLENOL #3/ acetaminophen with codeine DILAUDID/ hydromorphone MS CONTIN/MESLON/ morphine DURAGESIC/ fentanyl Opioid Analgesics that act on the central nervous system, block transmission of pain, for moderate to severe pain treat mild to moderate pain, NSAIDs and COX-2 inhibitors MOTRIN/ ibuprofen INDOCID/ indomethacin NAPROSYN/ALEVE/ naproxen VOLTAREN/ diclofenac TORADOL/ ketorolac

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prevent inflammation, auxiliary label TAKE WITH FOOD, moon face common side effect, loss of bone density CELEBREX/ celecoxib


Narcotic Analgesic Narcotic Analgesic Narcotic Analgesic Narcotics


COX-2 inhibitor COX-2 inhibitor Deltasone Demerol Dilaudid DMARD DO NOT DRINK ALCOHOL Duragesic Gout Histamine Indocid Intravenous Acetylcysteine



MOBICOX/ meloxicam

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prednisone meperidine hydromorphone PLAQUENIL/ hydroxychloroquine Auxiliary label for acetaminophen



Non-narcotic analgesics

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fentanyl A build up of uric acid, commonly attacks the joint of the big toe. The substance that interacts with the tissues producing an allergic reaction indomethacin Antidote for severe overdose of Acetaminophen

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NSAID NSAID, analgesic, antipyretic, anticoagulant NSAID/ cytoprotective Opioid Antagonist Osteoarthritis PCA Percocet Percocet/ Endocet Percodan Plaquenil Protamine redness, swelling, warmth, pain Rheumatoid Arthritis Solu-cortef TAKE WITH FOOD TAKE WITH FOOD, TAKE WITH PLENTY OF WATER TAKE WITH PLENTY OF FLUID Toradol Tylenol Tylenol #1 Tylenol #2 Tylenol #3 Tylenol #3 Vitamin K Voltaren Zyloprim

ASPIRIN/ASAPHEN/ acetylsalicylic acid Four properties of ASA (acetylsalicylic acid), should be avoided 7 days prior to surgery. dont use warfarin. ARTHROTEC/ diclofenac/misoprostol NARCAN/ naloxone Degenerative joint disease, think "bone on bone"condition patient controlled anagesic Oxycodone and Acetaminophen oxycodone/ acetaminophen Oxycodone and Asprin hydroxychloroquine Antidote for overdose of Heparin Inflammation is a condition characterized by these qualities Inflammed joints, limiting range of motion, progressive degenerative crippling immune disease. hyrdocortisone Auxiliary label for NSAIDs Auxiliary labels for NSAID, and COX-2 inhibitors Auxiliary label for any antigout medication ketorolac acetaminophen Contains 8mg of Codeine Contains 15mg of Codeine acetaminophen with codine Contains 30 mg of Codeine Antidote for overdose of Warfarin diclofenac allopurinol

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