OB_Ibuprofen (motrin)

OB_Ibuprofen (motrin) - Ibuprofen (motrin) Routine use:...

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Ibuprofen (motrin) Routine use: Decreased pain and inflammation. Reduction of fever. PO (Adults): Anti-inflammatory --400-800 mg 3-4 times daily (not to exceed 3600 mg/day). Analgesic/antidysmenorrheal/antipyretic --200-400 mg q 4-6 hr (not to exceed 1200 mg/day). C- Therapeutic: antipyretics, antirheumatics, nonopioid analgesics, nonsteroidal anti- inflammatory agents Pharmacologic: nonopioid analgesics A- Inhibits prostaglandin synthesis. Therapeutic Effects: Decreased pain and inflammation. Reduction of fever. I- Mild to moderate pain or dysmenorrhea. Inflammatory disorders including: Rheumatoid arthritis (including juvenile), Osteoarthritis. Lowering of fever. Unlabelled Use: Slows progression of lung disease in cystic fibrosis patients >5 yrs of age (high doses). Major side effects: CNS: headache , dizziness, drowsiness, psychic disturbances. EENT: amblyopia, blurred vision, tinnitus. CV: arrhythmias, edema. GI: GI BLEEDING , HEPATITIS , constipation , dyspepsia , nausea , vomiting , abdominal discomfort. GU:
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2010 for the course NUR 2000 taught by Professor Rn during the Spring '10 term at Florida State College.

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