chapter 21

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chapter 21
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brand/generic and classifications of musculoskeletal and anti-inflammatory medications
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  1. carisoprodol
    • Soma
    • muscle relaxor
    • abuse potential
    • caution with asthma
  2. cyclobenzaprine
    • Flexeril
    • muscle relaxor
    • for acute musculoskeletal conditions
  3. diazepam
    • Valium
    • withdrawal after prolonged use may cause seizures
  4. methocarbamol
    • Robaxin
    • acute painful m.s. conditions
  5. dantrolene
    • Dantrium
    • for Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy
    • not for trauma or rheumatic disorders
  6. baclofen
    • Lioresal
    • spinal cord injury or disease
  7. tizanidine
    • Zanaflex
    • increased muscle tone associated w/spasticity
    • ex: MS or spinal cord trauma
  8. diclofenac
    • Voltaren
    • Voltaren XR
    • nonselective(traditional) NSAID
  9. ibuprofen
    • Motrin
    • Advil
    • NSAID
  10. indomethacin
    • Indocin
    • Indocin SR
    • NSAID
  11. ketorolac
    • Toradol
    • NSAID
  12. naproxen
    • Naprosyn
    • Anaprox
    • Aleve
    • NSAID
  13. oxaprozin
    • Daypro
    • NSAID
  14. sulindac
    • Clinoril
    • NSAID
  15. etodolac
    • Lodine
    • Lodine XL
  16. meloxicam
    Mobic
  17. nambutone
    Relafen
  18. celecoxib
    • Celebrex
    • COX-2 inhibitor
  19. diclofenac/misoprostol
    Arthrotec
  20. lansoprazole/naproxen
    Prevacid NapraPAC
  21. colchicine
    gout med
  22. raloxifene
    • Evista
    • meal interference
  23. calcitonin-salmon
    Miacalcin
  24. alendronate
    Fosamax
  25. ibandronate
    Boniva
  26. risedronate
    Actonel

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