Safe and Appropriate Use of NSAIDS

Safe and Appropriate Use of NSAIDS

CME/CE Article Series

CME/CE Case Study Series

Pain Management in the Elderly

Pain Management in the Elderly

Case 1:

“A 75 year-old woman with a history of diabetes, hypertension and a myocardial infarction complains of chronic knee pain.”

Gastrointestinal Risk Reduction Strategies with NSAID Use

Gastrointestinal Risk Reduction Strategies with NSAID Use

Case 2:

“A 41 year-old man with a recent ankle injury is not feeling relief after using over-the-counter NSAIDS.”
 

Monitoring Potential Drug Interactions with NSAIDs

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Case 3:

“A 29 year-old man with a history of bipolar disease is prescribed an NSAID for a recent back injury.”
 

Preventing NSAID Complications in Younger Patients

Preventing NSAID Complications in Younger Patients

Case 4:

“A 21 year-old athlete with a shoulder injury presents with flu-like symptoms”

NSAIDs and Hypertension

NSAIDs and Hypertension

Case 5:

“A 64 year-old man with hypertension needs pain relief for a back injury”

CE/CME certified

The following credits are being offered for these activities.
Please refer to the front matter of each individual activity for details and important disclosure information.
Physicians: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
Nurse Practitioners: AANP contact hours
Nurses: ANCC and CA-BRN contact hours
Pharmacists: ACPE contact hours (CEU)