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generic name ibuprofen
brand names advil, motrin,and nuprin
classification antipyretic, analgesic, NSAID (non steroidal anti inflammatory drug)
uses mild to moderate pain, dysmenorrhea, rheumatoid arthritis, and fever
route (TAKEN) po
side effects headache (ha) constipation dysepsia nausea emesis dizziness drowsiness GI bleeding hepatitis anaphylaxis
care considerations dont use with gi bleed; heart, kidney, ot liver disease moniter pain and/or tempeture take with food or milk if causes Gi upset take with full glass of h2o dont take with alcohol dont take mote than 10 days for pain or more than 3 days for fever MD
antipyretic fever reducer
analgesic pain reducer
dysmenorrhea painful menstral cramps
rhuemetoid arthritis inflammation and pain in joints
PO by mouth
Created by: katyclamp