Pain Centre

21 October 2009

A table of mild oral painkillers

Here follows a table of the main constituents of some commonly used mild oral painkillers.

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Main constituents of some commonly used mild oral analgesics

Paracetamol (mg) asprin (mg) (acetylsalicyclic acid) NSAID weak opioid codeine (mg) weak opioid proxyphene (mg)
Arthrexin® indomethacin
Brexecam® piroxicam
Brufen® ibuprofen
Cataflam® potassium diclofenac
Codis® 500 8
DF118® 30,100
Distalgesic® 325 50
Dolorol Forte® 500 8
Doloxene® 65
Doxyfene® 250 65
Empacod® 500 20
Feldene® piroxicam
Froben® flurbiprofen
Lentogesic® 400 65
Myprodol® 250 ibuprofen 10
Naprosyn® naproxen
Orucote® ketoprofen
Panado® 500
Panado Co® 500 8
Panamor® sodium diclofenac
Ponstan® mefenamic acid
Stopayne® 320 8
Surgam® tiaprofenic acid
Synap Forte® 500 50
Syndol® 450 10
Tenston® 200 200 10
Tenston SA® 200 10
Tilcotil® tenoxicam
Voltaren® sodium diclofenac

 

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