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  • Etoricoxib
    4 Drugs classified under this active ingredient


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    Arco-Teva
    Abic
    RX
    not in the basket chart
    Arco-Teva

    NSAID. Etoricoxib 30, 60, 90, 120 mg.
    TABS.: 7,10,14,28,30×30 mg.
    7,10,14,30×60,90, 120 mg. Osteoarthrit.: 30 mg ×1/d; can be incr.  to a max.  of 60 mg ×1/d, if necessary.
    RA: 60 mg×1/d, can be incr. to a max. of 90 mg×1/d, if necessary.
    Ankylos. spondylit.: 60 mg ×1/d, can be incr. to a max. of 90 mg ×1/d, if necessary.
    Acute pain condit.: Etoricoxib should be used only for the acute painful period.
    Gout: 120 mg×1/d, which should only be used for the acute painful period, limited to a max. of 8 d. of tmt.
    Postoperat. dental surg. pain: 90 mg ×1/d, limited to a max. of 3 tmt. d.
    30 mg tabs.: indic. for the symptom. relief of osteoarthritis (OA).
    60 mg tabs.: indic. for the symptom. relief of OA, RA and ankylos. spondylitis.
    90 mg tabs.: indic. for the symptom. relief of RA and ankylos. spondylitis. For the short-term tmt. of moder. pain assoc. with dental surg.
    120 mg tabs.: indic. for the sympt. relief of the pain and signs of inflamm. assoc. with acute gouty arthritis.
    C/I: Hypersens. Hypersens. to NSAIDs, includ. aspirin and COX-2 inhib.
    Pts. with peptic ulcer, bleed. or intest. bleed.
    Pts. with severe hep. dis. Pts. with a severe renal dis. Preg. Lact. Pts. under 16 yrs. of age. Pts. with IBD, Crohn’s dis., ulcerat. colitis. Pts. with uncontrolled hypertension. Pts. with HF (moder./severe). Pts. with ischem. heart dis./peripher. vasc. dis. (e.g. DVT). Pts. with any kind of stroke, (TIA). Pts.  with history of MI.

    Arcoxia
    MSD
    RX
    not in the basket chart
    Arcoxia

    COX2 Selective, NSAID. Etoricoxib 30, 60, 90, 120 mg.
    F.C. TABS: 28 x 30 mg; 10 x 60 mg,
    10 x 90 mg; 7 x 120 mg. Osteoarthrit:
    30-60 mg 1 x dly; Rheum. arthrit.,
    ankylos. spondylit. (acute pain per.
    only), short-term tmt. mod. pain assoc.
    dent. surg. (max. 3 days): 90 mg 1 x dly;
    acute gouty arthrit: 120 mg 1 x dly.
    Max: 8 days.
    Sympt. relief osteoarthrit., rheum.
    arthrit., ankolys. spondylit., pain and
    signs inflamm. acute gouty arthrit.,
    postop. dent. surg. pain.

    Etoricoxib Dexcel
    Dexcel
    RX
    not in the basket chart
    Etoricoxib Dexcel

    COX2 Selective, NSAID. Etoricoxib 30, 60, 90, 120 mg.
    TABS: 28x30mg; 14x60mg; 14x90mg;
    7x120mg. The shortest durat. as possib. and the lowest effect. dly. dose should be used. The pt's. need for symptom. relief and response to therapy should be re-evaluated periodic., especially in pts. with osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis: 30-60 mg 1 x dly. In the absence of an incr. in therap. benefit, other therap. options should be consid. RA, Ankylos. spondyl.: 60-90 mg× 1/d. Once the pt. is clinic. stabilized, down-titrat. to a 60 mg ×1/d, daily dose may be appropriate. In the absence of an incr. in therap. benefit, other therap. options should be considered. Acute pain cond.: use only for the acute sympt. periodAcute gouty arthritis: 120 mg daily, limited to a max. of 8 d. Postoperat. dent. surg. pain: 90 mg dly., limited to a max. of 3 d. Elder. pts.-No dosage adjust. is necessary. Pts. with hep. impair. - in pts. with mild hep. dysfunc. (Child-Pugh score 5-6) a dose of 60 mg once dly. should not be exceeded. In pts. with moder. hep. dysfunct. (Child-Pugh score 7-9), the dose of 30 mg ×1/d should not be exceed. Pts. with ren. impair.- No dosage adjust. is necessary for pts. with CrCl ≥30 ml/min. See Lit.
    ETORICOXIB DEXCEL 30 mg: For the symptomat. relief of osteoarthritis.
    ETORICOXIB DEXCEL 60 mg: For the symptomat. relief of osteoarthritis, RA and ankylos. spondylitis.
    ETORICOXIB DEXCEL 90 MG: For the symptomat. relief of RA and ankylos. spondylitis. For the short-term tmt. of moder. pain assoc. with dental surg.
    ETORICOXIB DEXCEL 120 MG: For the symptomat. relief of the pain and signs of inflamm. assoc. with acute gouty arthritis. See Lit.
    C/I: Hypersens. Act. pept. ulcer. or active GI bleed.; Pts. who, after taking aspirin or NSAIDs includ. COX-2 inhib., experience bronchospasm, acute rhinitis, nasal polyps, angioneurotic oedema, urticaria, or allerg.-type react. Preg. & lact.; Sev. hep. dysfunc. (serum album. <25 g/l or Child-Pugh score ≥10); Estim. renal CrCL <30 ml/min; Child. & adolesc. under 16 yrs. of age. IBD; CHF (NYHA II-IV); Pts. with hypertens. whose blood pres. is persist. elev. > 140/90 mmHg and has not been adeq. control.; Establish. ischaem. card. dis., periph. arteR. dis., and/or cerebrovasc. dis. See Lit.

    Etoricoxib Taro
    Taro
    RX
    not in the basket chart
    Etoricoxib Taro

    NSAID. Etoricoxib 30, 60, 90, 120 mg.
    F.C. TABS.: 28×30 mg, 14×60 mg, 14×90 mg, 7×120 mg. Osteoarthritis: 30 mg×1/d, can be incr. to a max. of 60 mg×1/d, if necessary.
    RA: 60 mg×1/d, can be incr. to a max. of 90 mg×1/d, if necessary.
    Ankylos. spond.: 60 mg×1/d, can be incr. to a max. of 90 mg×1/d, if necessary.
    Acute pain condit.: Etoricoxib should be used only for the acute painful period.
    Gout: 120 mg×1/d, which should only be used for the acute painful period, limited to a max. of 8 d. of tmt.
    Postoperat. dent. surg. pain: 90 mg×1/d, limited to a max. of 3 tmt. days.
    Etoricoxib 30 mg: indic. for the symptom. relief of osteoarthritis (OA).
    Etoricoxib 60 mg: indic. for the symptom. relief of osteoarthritis (OA), RA, ankylos. spond.
    Etoricoxib 90 mg: indic. for the symptom. relief of RA and ankylos. spond. For the short-term tmt. of moder. pain assoc. with dent. surg.
    Etoricoxib 120 mg: indic. for the sympt. relief of the pain and signs of inflamm. associated with acute gouty arthritis.
    C/I: Hypersens. Hypersens. NSAIDs, includ. aspirin and COX-2 inhib. Pts. with peptic ulcer, bleed. or intest. bleed. Pts. with sev. hep. dis. Pts. with a sev. renal dis. Preg.  Lact. Pts. under 16 yrs. of age. Pts. with IBD: Crohn’s dis., ulcer.colit., colitis. Pts. with uncontrol. hypertens. Pts. with HF (moder. or sev.). Pts. with ischem. heart dis. or peripheral vasc. dis. (e.g. DVT). Pts. with any kind of stroke, TIA. Pts. with history of MI.

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