pain

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Rgirlx14
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pain
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2014-05-27 15:50:59
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no pain, no gain
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  1. acetaminophen
    • Tylenol
    • MOA: inhibits synthesis of prostaglandins in the CNS and peripherally block pain impulse generation
    • BBW: hepatotoxicity associated with intake >4 g/day
    • 325 mg (max 2 Q4-6H) NTE 10 tabs per day
    • 500 mg (max 2 Q6H) NTE 6 tabs per day
    • 650 mg ER (max 2 tabs Q8H) NTE 6 tabs per day
    • children's - 10-15 mg/kg Q4-6H, max 5 doses per day
    • Infant - 160 mg/5mL (children's suspension)
  2. acetaminophen + hydrocodone
    Vicodin, Norco, Lortab
  3. acetaminophen + oxycodone
    Percocet, Endocet
  4. acetaminophen + codeine
    Tylenol #2, 3, 4
  5. acetaminophen + tramadol
    Ultracet
  6. acetaminophen + diphenhydramine
    Tylenol PM
  7. acetaminophen IV
    Ofirmev
  8. acetaminophen antidote
    • N-Acetylcysteine (NAC, oral and IV)
    • MOA: restores intracellular glutathione
    • given immediately
  9. aspirin
    • acetylsalicylic acid
    • MOA: inhibits the activity of cyclooxygenase enzymes, binds irreversibly to block activity of thromboxane and prostaglandins
    • BBW (3): CV, GI, CABG
    • cardioprotection - 81-162 mg
    • analgesic dosing - 325-650 mg
    • overdose - tinnitus
  10. salsalate
    • -
    • MOA: similar to aspirin
    • lower risk of GI tox
    • overdose - tinnitus
    • up to 3 grams/day divided BID - TID

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