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salicylates
acetylated: aspirin
nonacetylated: chlorine salicylate (arthropan, trilisate), salsalate (disalcid), sodium salicytate
NSAIDs (d-f)
diclofenac (voltaren)
diflunisal (dolobid)
etodolac (lodine)
flurbiprofen (ansaid)
NSAIDs (i-m)
ibuprofen (motrin)
indomethacin (indocin)
ketoprofen (orudis, oruvail)
meclorfenamate (meclomen)
meloxicam (mobic)
NSAIDs (n-p)
nabumetone (relafen)
naproxyn (naprosyn)
oxaprozin (daypro)
piroxicam (feldene)
NSAIDs (s-COX)
sulindac (clinoril)
tolmetin sodium (tolectin)
COX-2 inhibitors: celecoxib (celebrax)
DMARDs: Antimalarials
hydroxychloroquine (plaquenil)
chloroquine (aralen)
DMARDs: Au Containing
aurothioglucose (solganol)
gold Na thiomalate (myochrysine)
auranofin (ridaura)
DMARDs
sulfasalazine (azulfidine)
penicillamine (cuprimine, depen)
cyclosporin (neoral)
DMARDs: Immunosuppressants
methotrexate (rheumatrex)
azathioprine (imuran)
cyclophosphamide (cytoxan)
DMARDs: Immunomodulators
pyrimidine inhibitor: leflunomide (arava)
Tumore necrosing factor blocking: adalimumab (humira), etanercept (enbrel), infliximab (remicade)
L=Interleukin-1 antagonist: anakinra (kineret)
DMARDs: Corticosteroids
prednisone
prednisolone
hydrocortisone
DMARDs: Topical Analgesics
capsaicin (zostrix)