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What do NSAIDs stand for? Nonsteroidal Antiinflammatory Drugs
What drug should you never give with NSAIDS? Corticosteroids
What is Addison's dz (hypoadrenocorticocism) Under production of corticosteroids
What are side effects of NSAIDS? GI ulceration and bleeding
What is melena? Dark tarry stool--digested blood from upper GI tract
What animal should you never give Tylenol (acetominaphen) to? Cats
Whatis Cushing's dz (hyperadrenocorticism)? Over production of corticosteroids
What is another name for the NSAID Carprofen? Rimadyl or Novox
Phenylbutazone Category: NSAIDS Class: Pyrazalone Derivatives Tx of colic in horses
Deracoxib (Deramaxx) Category: NSAID Tx of pain/inflammation associated with orthopedic sx and osteoarthritis in dogs
Meloxicam (Metacam) Antiinflammatory/analgesic One time injection in cats
What are some opioid agonists? Class II drugs Morphine, Fentanyl, Tramadol
Butorphanol (Torb) Opioid Agonists Effective for mild to moderate pain Side effects: sedation/ataxia/salivation
Corticosteroids Antiinflammatory/allergic rxns/autoimmune dz topical/oral/injectable PU/PD, muscle wasting, depressed healing, GI ulcers, polyphagia and weight gain
What type of drugs are Lidocaine and Bupivacaine? Anesthetics
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