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Medrol (R)
Methylprednisolone
Steroidal inflammation reducer
Depo - Medrol (R)
Methylprednisolone acetate
sir
Vetalog (R)
Triamcinolone
SIR
Azium (R)
Dexamethasone
SIR
Betasone (R)
Betamethasone
(R)
Acetylsalicylic acid
Aspirin
NSAID - not for cats!
Phenylbutasone
Bute
NSAID - horses
Ketofen (r)
Ketoprofen
NSAID
Equiproxen (r)
Equiproxen
NSAID
Rimadyl (r)
Carprofen
NSAID
Banamine (r)
Flunixin meglimine
Horses
NSAID
Etogesic (r)
Etodolac
misc anti-inflammatory
once daily dosing
Deramaxx (r)
Dercoxib (cox-2 inhibitor)
misc
Metacam (r)
Meloxicam (cox-2 inhibitor)
misc
Zubrin (r)
Tepoxalin - dual pathway NSAID
Cosequin (r)
Glucosamine + chondroitin sulfate
helps repair cartilage
Chlorpheniramine
antihistamine
Atopica (r)
Cyclosporine
immunodilators
Two classes of analgesics
narcotics
non-narcotics
What is phospholipase and what does it do?
enzyme; breaks down phospholipids in cell membrane
What part does cyclooygenase play in imflammatory pathway
breaks down arachidonic acid into prostaglandins and thromboxanes
What do prostaglandins and leukotrienes do in relation to inflammation
induce inflammation
what do thromboxones do in relation to inflammation?
aggregation of platelets
How do steroidal ani-inflamms work?
block the action of phopholipase
How do NSAIDS work?
blocking the action of cyclooygenase
Benfits of glucoorticoid use
reduce inflamm
reduce scarring
relieve puritis