FPD3.txt

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  1. Indications and Contraindications for Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS)
    Indicated for pain and various musculoskeletal inflammatory conditions (e.g. arthritis). ASA and ibuprofen are also used as antipyretics (for fever). ASA is also used as a platelet inhibitor (to prevent heart attacks). Contraindicated for patients with hypersensitivity (and hypersensitivity to sulfonamides for celecoxib), with active peptic ulcer or inflammatory bowel disease, or with significant liver or renal impairment. Celecoxib, meloxicam and misoprostol are contraindicated in pregnancy. Celecoxib and meloxicam are contraindicated in lactation, in patients with hyperkalemia and following coronary bypass surgery. Meloxicam is contraindicated in patients under 18 years old. Use with caution in patients with asthma.
  2. Diclofenac sodium/misoprostol (name)
    Arthrotec
  3. Diclofenac sodium/misoprostol (schedule)
    1
  4. Diclofenac sodium/misoprostol (pharmacare coverage)
    Unlisted
  5. Diclofenac sodium/misoprostol (dose & forms)
    50 & 75mg ER tabs (core=diclofenac, outer layer = misoprostol)
  6. Ibuprofen (name)
    Advil, Motrin
  7. Ibuprofen (schedule)
    Unscheduled
  8. Ibuprofen (pharmacare coverage)
    • Advil & Motrin 200mg tabs & caplets = partial (REF)
    • Unlisted for all others
  9. Ibuprofen (dose & forms)
    • Advil: tabs = 200 & 400mg, liquigels = 200 & 400mg, chew tabs = 100mg, susp.= 100mg/ml & 200mg/5ml
    • Motrin: tabs = 200, 300 & 400mg, liquigels = 200 & 400mg, chew tabs = 100 mg, susp. = 40mg/ml & 100mg/5ml
  10. Meloxicam (name)
    Mobicox
  11. Meloxicam (schedule)
    1
  12. Meloxicam (pharmacare coverage)
    Partial (w/ SA required)
  13. Meloxicam (dose & forms)
    Tabs = 7.5 & 15mg
  14. Naproxen (name)
    Naprosyn, Apo-Naprosyn
  15. Naproxen (schedule)
    1
  16. Naproxen (pharmacare coverage)
    • Naprosyn: EC & SR = partial (in RDP); susp = unlisted
    • Apo-Naproxen: tabs = full (REF); EC = partial (in RDP); SR = unlisted
  17. Naproxen (dose and forms)
    • Naprosyn: EC tabs = 250, 375 & 500 mg; SR tabs = 750 mg; susp. = 125mg/5ml
    • Apo-Naproxen: Tabs = 125, 250, 375 & 500mg, EC tabs = 250, 375 & 500 mg; SR tabs = 750 mg
  18. Naproxen sodium (name)
    Anaprox, Anaprox DS, Aleve
  19. Naproxen sodium (schedule)
    • Anaprox & Anaprox DS = 1
    • Aleve = Schedule 3 when sold in products w/ a recommended max. daily dose of 440mg & in pkg sizes > 6600mg.
  20. Naproxen sodium (pharmacare coverage)
    Unlisted
  21. Naproxen sodium (dose & forms)
    • Anaprox: tabs = 275mg, DS tabs = 550mg
    • Aleve: tabs = 220mg
  22. Indications & Contraindications of Migraine Headache Therapy (Acute)
    Indicated for use at onset of migraine headache. Contraindicated for patients with hypersensitivity, with cardiovascular disease (angina, arrhythmias, uncontrolled hypertension, etc.) or severe liver impairment, or taking MAO inhibitors or ergot alkaloids.
  23. Sumatriptan hemisulfate (name)
    Imitrex
  24. Sumatriptan hemisulfate (schedule)
    1
  25. Sumatriptan hemisulfate (pharmacare coverage)
    Unlisted
  26. Sumatriptan hemisulfate (dose and forms)
    Nasal spray: 5mg & 20mg/unit
  27. Sumatriptan succinate (name)
    Imitrex
  28. Sumatriptan succinate (schedule)
    1
  29. Sumatriptan succinate (pharmacare coverage)
    50mg & 100mg tabs = partial, injectable = unlisted
  30. Sumatriptan succinate (dose & forms)
    Tabs = 50mg & 100mg, Injectable 6mg/unit
  31. Indications & Contraindications of Xanthine Oxidase Inhibitors
    Indicated for gout (gouty arthritis) and other conditions with hyperuricemia (elevated uric acid levels). Contraindicated for patients with hypersensitivity, for women who are breastfeeding, and for children (except those with hyperuricemia).
  32. Allopurinol (name)
    Zyloprim
  33. Allopurinol (schedule)
    1
  34. Allopurinol (pharmacare coverage)
    Full
  35. Allopurinol (dose & forms)
    Tabs = 100, 200 & 300mg
  36. Amoxicillin trihydrate (name)
    Amoxil (D/C) & Novamoxin
  37. Amoxicillin trihydrate (schedule)
    1
  38. Amoxicillin trihydrate (pharmacare coverage)
    Full
  39. Amoxicillin trihydrate (dose and forms)
    Caps: 250 & 500 mg, Chew Tabs: 125 & 250mg Susp: 125 and 250 mg/5mL
  40. Indications & Contraindications of Antibacterials (penicillins)
    Indicated for infections by susceptible bacteria in the upper respiratory tract (e.g. otitis media), lower respiratory tract (e.g. bronchitis), skin, bone, and many other tissues. Contraindicated in patients with hypersensitivity to penicillins.

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