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They relieve pain and reduce inflammation primarily by inhibiting the synthesis of prostagladin?
Salicylates(Asprins)
The primary antipyretic effect is central, they reduce fever by?
Causes dilation of peripheral blood vessels & increased sweating
Salsalate is also known as?
Disalcid
Acetaminophen(Tylenol) is an effective analgesic and anitpyretic without what?
anti-inflammatory
antirheumatic
uric acid excretory effects
What inhibits prostagladin synthesis in tissue to relieve inflammation and swelling?
NSAIDS
NSAIDS include which medications?
Naproxen sodium(Anaprox)
Ketorolac tromethamine(Toradol)
Naproxen Sodium also known as?
Anaprox
Ketorolac Tromethamine also known as?
Toradol
Indications for NSAIDS?
Osteoarthritis & Acute Gouty arthritis
Contraindications for Ketorolac tromethamine(Toradol)?
Peptic Ulcer,GI bleeding
Advanced Renal impairment
Doses and routes for Aspirin?
Oral: 325-650mg q4h prn
Rectal: 325-650mg q4h prn
Doses and routes for acetaminophen?
Oral: 325-650mg q4-6h do not exceed 4g per day
Rectal: 325-650mg q4-6h do not exceed 4g per day