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Chapter 27 Words

The Musculoskeletal System

Name BrandGeneric Brand
ARAVA Leflunomide
AZULFIDINE Sulfasalazine
PLAQUENIL Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate
COLCRYS Colchicine
INDOCIN Indomethacin
ZYLOPRIM Allopurinol
ANSAID Fluribprofen
VOLTAREN
DICOLENAC Cataflam
CELEBREX Celecoxib
CLINORIL Sulindac
DAYPRO Oxaprozin
FELDENE Piroxicam
INDOCIN Indomethacin
LODINE Ethodolac
NALFON Fenoprofen
NAPROSYN Naproxen Sodium
ORUDIS Ketoprofen
RELAFEN Nadbumetone
TORADOL Ketorolac Tromethamine
A muscle relaxant is a drug that affects skeletal muscle function and decreases the muscle tone. It may be used to alleviate symptoms such as muscle spasms, pain, and hyperreflexia.
BACLOFEN Lioresal
SOMA Carisoprodol
PARAFON FORTE DSC Chlorzoxazone
FLEXERIL Cyclobenzaprine
VALIUM Diazepam
SKELAXIN Metaxalone
ROBAXIN Methocarbamol
NORFLEX Orphenadrine Citrate
ZANAFLEX Tizanidine HCl
AGENTS FOR SRUGICAL PROCEDURES THAT PROVIDE TEMPORARY MUSCLE PARALYSIS:
MIVACRON Mivacurium Chloride
NIMBEX Cisatracurium Besylate
NORCURON Vecuronim Bromide
PAVULON Pancrium Bromide
TRACRIUM Atracurium Besylate
ZEMURON Rocuronium Bromide
DRUGS THAT INTERACT WITH MUSCLE RELAXANTS:
ACOHOL Various So All Types
ANTIBIOTICS Cleocin Sumycin Neonycin
BENOZODIAZEPINES Halcion Valium Xanax
ANTIARRHYTHMICS Xylocaine Liodocane
ANESTHETICS Amidate, Brevital, Diprivin, Ethrane, Fluothane, Forane, Ketlar, Penthrane, Pentothol, Etomidate, Methohexital, Propofol, Enflurance, Halothane, Isoflurance, Ketamine, Methoxyflurance, Thiopental Sodium
DRUGS USED TO TREAT CEREBAL PALSY:
DILATIN Phenytion
LUMINAL Phenobarnital
TEGRETOL Carbamazepine
LORISEAL Baclofen-muscle relaxant; acts to decrease activity of nerves, blocking nerves within the reticular
VALIUM Diazepam-benzodiazepine SMR
Created by: AutumnM0831
 

 



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