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NonNar Anal Drug A-E

Non-Narcotic Analgesic Drugs A-E

Carisoprodol (Muscle Relaxant) Soma
Cyclobenzaprine (Muscle Relaxant) Flexeril
Dantrolene (Muscle Relaxant) Dantrium
Diazepam (Muscle Relaxant) Valium
Aspirin (Common Analgesic) (various)
Buffered Aspirin (Common Analgesic) Bufferin
Acetaminophen (Common Analgesic) Tylenol
Ibuprofen (Arthritis Related Agent) Motrin, Advil
Ketorolac (Arthritis Related Agent) Toradol
Naproxen (Arthritis Related Agent) Anaprox, Naproxyn, Aleve
Sulindac (Arthritis Related Agent) Clinoril
Celecoxib (Arthritis Related Agent) Celebrex
Azathioprene (Disease Modifying Anti-Rheumatic) Imuran
Cyclophosphamide (Disease Modifying Anti-Rheumatic) Cytoxan
Colchicine (Gouty Arthritis Drug) none
Allopurinol (Gouty Arthritis Drug) Zyloprim
Created by: hnhmaster