NSAIDs Flashcards


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NSAIDS

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Meloxicam

Mobic

NOTE: Has some COX-2 selectivity

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Mechanism of Action: NSAIDs

NSAIDS inhibit COX-1 and COX-2 which leads to reduction of prostaglandins in peripheral tissue.

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FDA Indications: Meloxicam

  • Pain
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Osteoarthritis

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Adverse Effects of NSAIDs

  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea
  • Abdominal pain
  • Heartburn
  • Flatulence

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Patients taking NSAIDS with increased selectivity for COX-2 have less risk for GI complications but an increased risk for CV issues.

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Patient Counseling Tips

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Patients should be advised that NSAIDs can increase _______ _______.

Blood Pressure

NOTE: Patients should monitor regularly.

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Patients should be advised that NSAIDs should not be used with blood ________ agents as the risk of GI bleeding and ulcers is increased.

Blood Thinning Agents

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Patients should be advised that NSAIDs can cause water and fluid to accumulate in the body leading to _________.

Edema

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NSAIDS can cause _______ therefore patients on this medication should limit sun exposure.

Photosensitivity

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Patients should be advised that NSAIDs have an increased risk of bleeding and should not be used before any _________.

Surgery

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NSAIDs should be taken with food to decrease _______ upset.

GI

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Patients taking NSAIDs should not use _____ without consulting a doctor.

Aspirin

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Patients taking NSAIDs should be advised that _____ weeks may be required before improvements in arthritis pain is improved.

2 weeks