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Pain-Management

21 October 2009

A table of mild oral painkillers

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

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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