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Etodolac Capsules
Arthritis/rheumatic disorders
Nonnarcotic analgesics
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Drug Name:

Etodolac Capsules Rx

Generic Name and Formulations:
Etodolac 200mg, 300mg; caps.

Company:
Various generic manufacturers

Therapeutic Use:

Indications for Etodolac Capsules:

Osteoarthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis.

Adult:

Use lowest effective dose for shortest duration. Initially 300mg 2–3 times daily, or 400mg twice daily, or 500mg twice daily; usual max 1000mg/day in divided doses. May give 600mg once daily for long-term use.

Children:

<18yrs: not established.

Contraindications:

Aspirin allergy. Coronary artery bypass graft surgery.

Warnings/Precautions:

Increased risk of serious cardiovascular events (including MI, stroke). Avoid in recent MI, severe heart failure; if necessary, monitor. Increased risk of serious GI adverse events (including inflammation, bleeding, ulceration, perforation). History of ulcer disease and/or GI bleeding. Hypertension; monitor BP closely. Discontinue if signs/symptoms of liver disease develop, or if abnormal LFTs persist or worsen. Advanced renal disease: not recommended. Coagulation disorders. Monitor CBCs, blood chemistry, hepatic and renal function in long-term therapy. Pre-existing asthma. Discontinue at 1st sign of rash or any other hypersensitivity. Renal or hepatic impairment. Elderly. Debilitated. Labor & delivery. Pregnancy (Cat.C; 3rd trimester: avoid). Nursing mothers: not recommended.

See Also:

Etodolac Tablets

Etodolac Ext-Rel Tablets

Pharmacological Class:

NSAID (pyranocarboxylic acid deriv.).

Interactions:

Avoid concomitant aspirin, salicylates, phenylbutazone, or other NSAIDs. Increased risk of GI bleed with anticoagulants, antiplatelets, oral corticosteroids, SSRIs, SNRIs, smoking, alcohol, or prolonged NSAID therapy; monitor. May antagonize, or increase risk of renal failure with diuretics (eg, loop or thiazides), ACE inhibitors, ARBs, or β-blockers; monitor closely. Potentiates digoxin; monitor levels. May potentiate lithium, methotrexate, cyclosporine; monitor for toxicity. May cause false (+) urinary bilirubin test.

Adverse Reactions:

GI upset, dizziness, headache, rash (may be severe), anemia, edema, pruritus, tinnitus; cardiovascular thrombotic events, GI ulcer/bleed, hepatotoxicity, renal toxicity, hypersensitivity reactions.

Note:

Formerly known under the brand names Lodine (caps, tabs); Lodine XL (ext-rel tabs).

How Supplied:

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Indications for Etodolac Capsules:

Acute pain.

Adult:

Use lowest effective dose for shortest duration. Initially 200mg–400mg every 6–8hrs; usual max 1000mg/day in divided doses.

Children:

<18yrs: not established.

Contraindications:

Aspirin allergy. Coronary artery bypass graft surgery.

Warnings/Precautions:

Increased risk of serious cardiovascular events (including MI, stroke). Avoid in recent MI, severe heart failure; if necessary, monitor. Increased risk of serious GI adverse events (including inflammation, bleeding, ulceration, perforation). History of ulcer disease and/or GI bleeding. Hypertension; monitor BP closely. Discontinue if signs/symptoms of liver disease develop, or if abnormal LFTs persist or worsen. Advanced renal disease: not recommended. Coagulation disorders. Monitor CBCs, blood chemistry, hepatic and renal function in long-term therapy. Pre-existing asthma. Discontinue at 1st sign of rash or any other hypersensitivity. Renal or hepatic impairment. Elderly. Debilitated. Labor & delivery. Pregnancy (Cat.C; 3rd trimester: avoid). Nursing mothers: not recommended.

See Also:

Etodolac Tablets

Pharmacological Class:

NSAID (pyranocarboxylic acid deriv.).

Interactions:

Avoid concomitant aspirin, salicylates, phenylbutazone, or other NSAIDs. Increased risk of GI bleed with anticoagulants, antiplatelets, oral corticosteroids, SSRIs, SNRIs, smoking, alcohol, or prolonged NSAID therapy; monitor. May antagonize, or increase risk of renal failure with diuretics (eg, loop or thiazides), ACE inhibitors, ARBs, or β-blockers; monitor closely. Potentiates digoxin; monitor levels. May potentiate lithium, methotrexate, cyclosporine; monitor for toxicity. May cause false (+) urinary bilirubin test.

Adverse Reactions:

GI upset, dizziness, headache, rash (may be severe), anemia, edema, pruritus, tinnitus; cardiovascular thrombotic events, GI ulcer/bleed, hepatotoxicity, renal toxicity, hypersensitivity reactions.

Note:

Formerly known under the brand name Lodine.

How Supplied:

Contact supplier

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