Anti Inflammatory Drugs

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Long acting beta-2 adrenergic receptor agonist which is used to treat chronic asthmacan be given orally for nocturnal asthma or inhaled twice daily 50 micrograms
glucocorticoid steroid that is 25 times more potent then cortisolsevere adverse effects (immunosuppression)/ used in cancer chemotherapy
Propionic acid derived NSAID, given at 500 mg twice a dayavailable OTC
Propionic acid derived NSAIDstarts with a fe
2nd generation H1 receptor inhibitornot available over the counter as of yet
corticosteroid used in the prevention of asthmastarts with the letter t
Beta-2 adrenergic receptor agonist used for bronchodilation in ashtma attacksstarts with the letter p
Acetic Acid derived NSAID, which can cause renal damage, hyperkalemia, and hypertensionnon selective cox inhibitor, and inhibits leukocyte motility and oxidative phosporylation
Gout treatment which blocks xanthine oxidase which prevents the formation of uric acidadverse effects include a severe skin rash, jaundice, and leukopenia
methylxanthine used for treatment of asthma through 5 different mechanisms of actiongiven orally for prevention of asthma, and IV for treatment of acute asthma
1st generation H1 receptor inhibitor can be found OTCused for allergies, and insomnia due to its efficacy in inducing sleep
muscarinic cholinergic antagonist used to treat severe asthma attacksonce daily inhalational 18 micrograms
Propionic acid derived NSAIDstarts with a k
COX 2 specific NSAID anti-inflammatory without the side effects of most NSAIDSonly one of its class still on the market due to lack of heart issues
Cysteniyl-leukotriene antagonist used in the prevention of asthma given twice daily starts with the letter z
Beta-2 adrenergic receptor agonist used for emergency bronchodilation in asthma attacksarguably the most common found in an inhaler with 108 microgram inhaled sprays, found in combinations as well
NSAID used in high dose for pain/fever and low dose to prevent heart attackoldest NSAID
1st generation H1 receptor inhibitor which is also used for preoperative sedationconsidered to be one of the most powerful antihistamine drugs, has very effective uses for allergy and sedation with stronger adverse effects as well
Acetic acid derived NSAID, usually dosed at 150 or 200 mg dailyadverse includes renal dysfunction, edema, and hypertensions
monoclonal antibody used in the treatment of asthma as it prevents the inflammation mediated by eosinophillsstarts with the letter o, can cause anaphylaxis, injection site reactions, and lead to respiratory infections
1st generation H1 receptor inhibitor which reduces swelling and itching related to allergies and related eventsused sometimes as an anti-nausea drug and commonly used for motion sickness
2nd generation H1 receptor inhibitor, available OTCgeneric starts with the letter l
NSAID class oxicam, has long half lifegenerally given as a 20 mg capsule once daily
Propionic acid derived NSAID generally well tolerated given in 200, 400, 600, or 800 mg dosesone of the most common NSAIDs available OTC
not technically an anti-inflammatory, commonly used for pain and fever, COX 2 & 3 inhibitorno GI upset, or bleeding side effects
corticosteroid used in the prevention of asthmastarts with the letter f
muscarinic cholinergic antagonist used to treat severe asthma attackscan be found in its own inhaler, or combined in combivent
NSAID of the fenamate class, usually given every 4-6 hourscan cause dyspepsia, diarrhea, and hemolytic anemia
Propionic acid derived NSAIDstarts with an o
COX 2 specific NSAIDno longer on the market for infamously causing cardiovascular issues
Beta-2 adrenergic receptor agonist used for bronchodilation in ashtma attacksstarts with the letter m
2nd generation H1 receptor inhibitor, available OTChas reduced adverse effects compared to the 1st generation
Gout treatment which increases excretion of uric acid by blocking its reabsorptiontaken orally in increasing doses, main adverse effects are GI irritation, and possible hypersensitivity
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1st generation H1 receptor inhibitor which reduces swelling and itching related to allergies and related eventsstarts with the letter d
Glucocorticoid which is based off of cortisol but 25 times more potentusually found in topical form
NSAID based off of aspirinstarts with an o
Acetic acid derived NSAID, selective COX-2 inhibitorusually given as 50 or 75 mg two times daily
A monoclonal antibody which treats rheumotoid arthritis by binding TNF-alphait is a human monoclonal antibody, administered subcutaneously every other week
Gout treatment which increases excretion of uric acid by blocking reabsorptiontaken orally in increasing doses, can cause respiratory failure
NSAID of the fenamate class, nonselective cox inhibitor and prostaglandin antagonistdosing of 500 mg initial, with 250 mg every 6 hours after
NSAID based off of aspirindosed in 500 or 750 mg
Acetic Acid derived NSAID, which is an unusually good pain reliever with lessened anti-inflammatory effectscan be oral or opthalmic, use in the eye is anti-inflammatory however
Beta-2 adrenergic receptor agonist used for bronchodilation in ashtma attacksinjection, used for exercise induced asthma, starts with letter t
corticosteroid used in the prevention of asthma starts with the letter b
2nd generation H1 receptor inhibitornewly available over the counter
NSAID based off of aspirinstarts with a d
Gout treatment which lowers internal pH by limiting production of lactic acid which leads to decreased uric acid crystallizationused for initial onset as well as long term, has good efficacy but severe adverse effects
1st generation H1 receptor inhibitor which reduces swelling and itching related to allergies and related eventsstarts with the letter p
Propionic acid derived NSAIDstarts with a fl
Acetic Acid derived NSAID which can cause renal damage, hyperkalemia (K+) and hypertensionfound to help with gout, has 3 mechanisms one which targets oxidative phosphorylation
A monoclonal antibody which treats rheumatoid arthritis by binding TNF-alphait is human-mouse chimeric and is administered IV
Beta-2 adrenergic receptor agonist used for bronchodilation in ashtma attacksprodrug of albuterol
Acetic Acid derived NSAID, which is a general COX inhibitordosed at 400 mg three times a day
corticosteroid used in the prevention of asthmastarts with the letter b, can be found combined in symbicort
used for treating rheumatoid arthritis, inhibits aminoamidizole carboxamide ribonucleotide transformylasegiven as a 7.5 mg dose weekly, also used for cancer
NSAID based off of aspirinstarts with an s
A monoclonal antibody which treats rheumatoid arthritis by binding TNF-alphait is a fusion of two p75 proteins and two Fc regions of human antibodies, subcutaneous
1st generation H1 receptor inhibitor which reduces swelling and itching related to allergies and related eventsstarts with the letter c
Allergy medication which works by inhibiting the release of inflammatory mediators given as an eye dropusually dosed as 4 to 6 times a day dropped in each eye
NSAID class Oxicam, effective non selective inhibitor of COXgenerally 20 mg given once daily due to long half life
Allergy medication which works by inhibiting inflammatory mediators given as an eye dropgiven 1 to 2 drops daily in affected eye, adverse effects include headache
Long acting beta-2 adrenergic receptor agonist which is used to treat chronic asthmainhaled twice daily 12 micrograms starts with an f
COX 2 specific NSAIDno longer on the market
naturally produced hormone used in treatment of anaphylaxis and other life-threatening emergenciesgiven as an injection, can be given for patients to use for bee stings and other serious allergies
inibits 5'-lipoxygenase used to prevent/control asthmastarts with the letter z, has adverse effects of hepatic dysfunction, headache, myalgia, and nausea
Cysteniyl-leukotriene antagonist used in the prevention of asthma given once in the evening, also used for treatment of some seasonal allergies

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