PAIN DRUGS HANDBOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS

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About the Handbook
Acknowledgments
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DRUGS (Alphabetical Order)

TOPICAL AGENTS

Amitriptyline
Baclofen
Clonidine
Cyclobenzaprine
2-deoxy-d-glucose
Dexamethasone
Dextromethorphan
Diclofenac
Doxepin
DMSO
Gabapentin
Ketamine
Ketoprofen

NEUROLYTIC AGENT

Phenol

APPENDICES

Appendix 1: World Health Organization
Three-step Ladder
Appendix 2: Drug Tables
Appendix 3: Infusion Tables
Appendix 4: Relative Potencies of
Opioids Effects
Appendix 5: Relative Potencies of Steroids
Appendix 6: Intravenous PCA
Standard Orders
Appendix 7: Patient Controlled Analgesia Flow Sheet
Appendix 8: Relative Potencies of Opioids
Appendix 9: Epidural Analgesia Monitoring Orders
Appendix 10: Pain Rating Scales
Appendix 11: Multiplication Factors for Converting the Daily Dose of a Prior Opioid to the Daily Dose of Oxycontin
Appendix 12: CPR Algorithms
Appendix 13: Pediatric CPR Algorithms
Appendix 14: Trade Name Table

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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SECTION ONE:
Class, Uses, Dosing,
Elimination


SECTION TWO:
Preparation, Pharmacology, Pharmacokinetics

SECTION THREE:
Interactions, Toxicity
Guidelines/Precautions
Principal Adverse Reactions
Class
(NARCOTIC AGONIST)

Uses
treatment of acute, chronic and cancer pain; control of persistent non productive cough

Dosing
Pain: PO 2 - 4 mg every 4-6 hrs IM/SC 2-4 mg (0.04-0.08 mg/kg) every 4-6 hrs Rectal 3 mg every 6-8 hrs Slow IV 0.5-2 mg (0.01-0.04 mg/kg) Spinal: 0.1-0.2 mg (2-4 mcg/kg) Epidural: bolus 1-2 mg (20-40 mcg/kg) Dilute in 10 mls (preservative free) NS. or Local Anesthetic infusion 0.15-0.3 mg/hr (2-3.5 mcg/kg/hr) Patient Controlled Analgesia IV: bolus 0.1-0.5 mg (2-10 mcg/kg) infusion 0.1-0.5 mg/hr (2-10 mcg/kg/hr) Lockout Interval 5-15 minutes Patient Controlled Analgesia Epidural: bolus 0.15-0.3 mg (3-6 mcg/kg) infusion 0.15-0.3 mg/hr (3-6 mcg/kg/hr) Lockout Interval 15-30 minutes Antitussive: PO 0.5-1 mg q 3-4 hrs Administer analgesic regularly (not prn). Due to impaired elimination, accumulation and excess sedation may occur in patients with renal hepatic dysfunction. Analgesia may be enhanced by addition of adjuvant drugs e.g. NSAIDs, antidepressant agents (see front matter for drug combinations) and use of non-drug therapies e.g. TENS.

Elimination
hepatic

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NOTICE:

Every effort has been made to ensure that the drug dosage schedules herein are accurate and in accord with the standards accepted at the time of publication. As new research and experience broaden our knowledge, changes in treatment and drug therapy occur. The medications described do not necessarily have specific approval by the Food and Drug Administration for use in the situations and the dosages for which they are recommended. This information is advisory only. The package insert should be consulted for use and dosage as approved by the FDA, for any changes in indications and dosages and for added warnings and precautions. The ultimate responsibility lies with the prescribing physician.

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