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Drug of the Week # 1

Generic Name Ibprofen
Brand Names Advil, Motrin,Nuprin
Classification antipyretic (fever reducer) analgesic (pain reliever) NSAID ( non-sterodial anti-inflammitory drug)
Uses mild to moderate pain, dysmenorrhea, rheumatoid arthritis, fever
Dysmenorrhea menstral pain
Route PO (mouth)
Side effects headache, constipation, dyspepsia, nausea, amesis, dizziness, drowsiness, GI bleeding, hepatitis, anaphylaxis
anti against
pyr heat or fever
ic pretaining to
an without
algia pain
ic pretaining to
dys difficult or painful
menses blood and discharge from uterus during cycle
orrhea flow or discharge
arthr joint
itis immflamation
dys difficult or pain
pepis digestion
ia condition of
GI Bleeding Gastrointestional Bleeding
hepatitis inflammation of the liver
Anaphylaxis extreame, sometime fatal allergic reation causes air way to close
hepat liver
Gasto stomach
Care Considerations *Do not use with Gi Bleeding, heart, kidney, or liver desease *monitor pain and tempature *take with food or milk *take with a full glass of H2O *do not takewith alchol *do not take more than 10 days for pain and no more than 3 days for fever
Created by: schneidertaylorr