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Pharm Lesson 15

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Anti-inflammatory Medication used to relieve inflammation
COX-2 inhibitors Anti-inflammatory drugs that do not inhibit clotting and cause fewer gastric problems and less GI bleeding than other NSAIDs
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) Estrogen with or without progestin used for osteoporosis prevention and treatment
Neuromuscular blocking agents (NMBAs) Muscle relaxants that cause a direct effect on the muscles including the diaphragm
NSAID Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug
Osteoporosis therapy Medications used to prevent or treat osteoporosis by increasing bone mineral density
Skeletal muscle relaxants Medication used to treat some musculoskeletal disorders associated with pain, spasm, abnormal contraction, or impaired mobility
Created by: jillcyr