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aspirin Bayer, Ecotrin
acetaminophen Tylenol
ibuprofen Advil, Motrin
ketoprofen Orudis
naproxen Naprosyn
morphine Roxanol
oxycodone Percodan, Percocet, Tylox
hydrocodone Vicodin, Lortab, Lorset
propoxyphene Darvon, Darvocet
naloxone Narcan
Classification of aspirin non-opioid analgesic salicylate
Classification of acetaminophen non-opioid analgesic
Classification of ibuprofen NSAID
Classification of ketoprophen NSAID
Classification of naprosyn NSAID
Classification of morphine Opioid analgesic
Classification of oxycodone Synthetic opioid analgesic
Classification of hydrocodone antitussive opioid analgesic/opioid analgesic
Classification of codeine opioid analgesic
Classification of propoxyphene synthetic opioid analgesic
Classification of naloxone opioid antagonist
Aspirin indications for use analgesia, fever, anti-inflammatory, suspected/prevention of MI, prevention of stroke after TIA, Kawasaki disease
Acetaminophen indications for use analgesia (pain), antipyresis (fever)
Ibubrofen indications for use acute/chroic rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, migraine pain, primary dysmenorrhea, fever, minor aches/pains, juvenile arthritis
ketoprofen indications for use (same as ibuprofen) mild to moderate pain
naproxen indications for use (same as ibuprofen) ankylosing spondylitis, gouty arthritis,tendinitis,pain
morphine indications for use analgesia for severe pain
oxycodone indications for use analgesia for moderate to severe pain
hydrocodone indications for use analgesia for mild pain/ antitussive for hyperactive/nonproductive cough
codeine indications for use analgesia (mild to moderate pain), nonproductive cough (suppresses cough reflex)
propoxyphene indications for use analgesia (mild to moderate pain)
naloxone indications for use reverses opioid-induced sedation; opioid OD/toxicity
codeine Tylenol #3
cephalexin Keflex
erythromycin Erythrocin
metronidazole Flagyl
clarithroycin Blaxin
azithromycin Zithromax
clindamycin Cleocin
doxycycline Vibramycin, Doryx
tetracycline Achromcin V, Sumycin
amoxicillin Augmentin
penicillin VK Pen-Vee K
penicillin VK classification antibiotics
amoxicillin classification antibacterial aminopenicillin
tetracycline classification tetracycline; broad based antibiotic
doxycycline classification tetracycline; broad based antiinfective
clindamycin classification lincomycin derivative antiinfective
azithromycin classification macrolide antibiotic
clarithroycin classification macrolide antibiotic
metronidazole classification trichomonacide, antiinfective
erythromycin classification antiinfective
cephalexin classification cephalosporin
clindamycin indications for use chronic bone/joint, respiratory, skin/soft tissue, endocarditis, septicemia
cephalexin indications for use bone infections, prophylaxis of rheumatic fever, pharyngitis, skin infections
erythromycin indications for use eye, upper/lower respiratory, skin infections, pharyngitis
metronidazole indications for use amebiasis, trichomoniasis, colitis, H. pylori, rosacea
clarithroycin indications for use bronchitis, skin/soft tissue infections, pneumonia, maxillary sinusitis, H. pylori
azithromycin indications for use mild to moderate upper/lower respiratory tract, COPD, tonsillitis, chancroid
doxycycline indications for use periodontitis, syphilis, respiratory, skin, soft tissue infections,
tetracycline indications for use acne, lyme disease, Chlamydia, mycoplasmal disease,
amoxicillin indications for use ENT infections, lower respiratory tract, skin/skin structure
penicillin VK indications for use used to tx a lg. number of infections (pneumonia, UTI, septicemia, bone/joint, etc.)
Good alternatives for patients with penicillin allergies erythromycin, azithromycin, clindimycin, doxycycline, tetracycline
Created by: ClarkDH