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Drug of the week #1

Brand names advil, motrin, nuprin
Generic name Ibuprofen
Classification antipyretic, analgesic, NSAID
Antipyretic fever reducer
Analgesic pain reliever
NSAID non-steroidal anti-inflamatory agent
anti against
pyr heat or fever
ic pertaining to
an without
algia pain
dys difficult or pain
menses blood and discharge from uterus
orrhea flow or discharge
Uses mild to morderate pain, dysmenorrhea, rheumatoid arthritis, and fever
Dysmenorrhea Painful menstrual cramps
rheumatoid arthritis chronic inflammatory disorder that causes inflammation and pain in joints
arthr joint
it is inflammmation
PO by mouth
Side effects headache, constipation, dyspepsia, nausea, emisis, dizziness, drowsiness, GI bleeding, hepatitis, and anaphylaxis
HA headache
dyspepsia difficult digestion
hepatitis inflamation in liver
anaphylaxis extreme, sometimes fatal, allergic reaction causes airway to close
hepat liver
GI gastrointestinal
gastro stomach
care considerations dont use with GI bleeding, heart, kidney, or liver disease, moniter with pain and/ or temp, take with food or milk if causes GI upset, take with full glass of water, no alchol, dont take more than 10 days
what do you do is GI upset occurs? take with milk or food
Created by: KellyAck