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Pain Related Agents

Analgesic Agents Block or reduce the perception of pain but not its cause
Tylenol acetaminophen
Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs The effectiveness of these drugs may vary from patient to patient. Primarily reduce inflammation thus reducing pain
Lodine etodolac
Relafen nabumetone
Motrin ibuprofen
ASA aspirin
Celebrex celecoxib
Anti-Migraine (Triptans) These work by treating existing migraines not for prophylactic use
Imitrex sumatriptan
Zomig zolmitriptan
Opioids This class of drugs produces a wide variety of effects including but not limited to; euphoria, respiratory depression, hallucinations, relief of moderate to severe pain, cough suppression, relief of symptomatic acute diarrhea, etc.
MS Contin morphine sulfate ER
Roxicodone oxycodone
Dolophine methadone
Demerol meperidine
Dilaudid hydromorphone
Duragesic fentanyl patch
Codeine codeine
Local Anesthesia used to decrease pain, temperature, touch sensation and skeletal muscle tone
Xylocaine lidocaine
Sensorcaine bupivacaine
General Anesthesia these drugs are used to render the patient unconscious during medical procedures
Suprane (inhalation) desflurane
Forane (inhalation) isoflurane
Ketalar (intravenous) ketamine
Pentothal (intravenous) thiopental
Amidate (intravenous) etomidate
Diprivan (intravenous) Propofol
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