100 Ibuprofen Tablets 200 mg Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer
Ibuprofen tablets 200 mg is a non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory tablet used to relieve pain and reduce fevers and is comparable to Advil®. 100 Ibuprofen tablets 200 mg per bottle.Ibuprofen tablets 200 mg is also known as:
Brand names: Addaprin (OTC); Advil® Children's (OTC); Advil® Infants' (OTC); Advil® Migraine OTC); Advil® (OTC); Caldolor®; I-Prin (OTC); Ibu-200 (OTC); Ibu®; Midol® Cramps & Body Aches (OTC); Motrin® Children's (OTC); Motrin® IB (OTC); Motrin® Infants' (OTC); Motrin® Junior (OTC); NeoProfen®; Proprinal® (OTC); TopCare® Junior Strength (OTC); Ultraprin (OTC). Class Type: Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug (NSAID) Use: Oral: Infammatory diseases and rheumatoid disorders including juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), mild-to-moderate pain, fever, dysmenorrhea, osteoarthritis. Other Uses: Cystic fibrosis, gout, ankylosing spondylitis, acute migraine headache, migraine prophylaxis.
Pregnancy risk factor: C/D ≥30 weeks gestation.
Pregnancy Considerations: Adverse events were not observed in the initial animal reproduction studies; therefore, the manufacturer classifies ibuprofen as category C (category D: ≥30 weeks gestation). NSAID exposure during the first trimester is not strongly associated with congenital malformations; however, cardiovascular anomalies and cleft palate have been observed following NSAID close to conception may be associated with an increased risk of miscarriage. Non teratogenic effects have been observed following NSAID administration during the third trimester including: Myocardial degenerative changes, prenatal constriction of the ductus ateriosus, fetal tricuspid; renal dysfunction or failure, oligohydramnios; gastrointestinal bleeding or perforation, increased risk of necrotizing enterocolitis; intacranial bleeding (including intraventricular hemorrhage), platelet dysfunction with resultant bleeding; pulmonary hypertension. Because they may cause premature closure of the ductus arterious, use of NSAIDs late in pregnancy should be avoided (use after 31 or 32 weeks gestation is not recommended by some clinicians). Contraindications: Hypersensitivity to ibuprofen; history of asthma, urticaria, or allergic-type reaction to aspirin or other NSAIDs; aspirin traid (eg, bronchial asthma, aspirin intolerance, rhinitis); perioperative pain in the setting of coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery.
Ibuprofen Children Dosing 12-17lbs 6-11 Months 50mg
18-23lbs 12-23 Months 75mg
24-35lbs 2-3 Years 100mg
36-47lbs 4-5 Years 150mg
48-59lbs 6-8 Years 200mg
60-71lbs 9-10 Years 250mg
72-95lbs 11 Years 300mg Inflammatory disease: 400-800 mg/dose 3-4 times/day (maximum dose: 3.2 g/day) Analgesia/pain/fever/dysmenorrhea: 200-400 mg/dose every 4-6 hours (maximum daily dose 1.2 g, unless directed by physician; under physician supervision daily doses ≤2.4 g may be used) OTC Labeling (analgesic, antipyretic); treatment for >10 days is not recommended unless directed by healthcare provider. Migraine: 2 capsules at onset of symptoms (maximum: 400 mg/24 hours unless directed by healthcare provider)
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