Medicine : Etobrix (60mg)

Name:Etobrix (60mg)
Manufacturer:Wockhardt Ltd
Generic Use:Etoricoxib
Composition:Etoricoxib(60 Mg)
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Generic ( Etoricoxib )

Typical use Of Etoricoxib :Acute Gout, Muscle Relaxation (rapid Onset, Short Duration).
Mechanism of action of Etoricoxib :Etoricoxib Selectively Inhibits Isoform 2 Of Cyclo-oxigenase Enzyme (COX-2). This Reduces Prostaglandins (PGs) Generation From Arachidonic Acid.
Drug Interaction of Etoricoxib :Etoricoxib Is Known To Interact With Other Drugs Like Acenocoumarol, Anisindione, Dicumarol, Ethinyl Estradiol, Lithium, Warfarin. Always Consult Your Physician For The Change Of Dose Regimen Or An Alternative Drug Of Choice That May Strictly Be Required.
Side effects of Etoricoxib :Flatulence, Fatigue, Myalgia, Constipation, Dry Mouth, Mouth Ulcers, Influenza Like Syndrome, Chest Pain, Paresthesias, Taste Disturbance, Appetite And Weight Changes.


How Etoricoxib will impact on Pregnancy ?

The Drug Should Not Be Used By Pregnant Women. Experiences Of Drug Use And Evidence From Studies In Pregnant Women Have Shown High Risk To Fetus. The Risk Of Drug Use In Pregnant Women Outweighs The Benefit.

How Etoricoxib will impact during lactation(breastfeeding) ?

Contraindicated: The Drug Should Not Be Used By Breastfeeding Women, As Evidences From Studies Have Shown That There Is A High Risk Of Causing Significant Damage To Infants.

Medicine & Alcohol use and effect of Etoricoxib

No Studies Found