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Rheumatoid Arthritis Pocket Guide

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an inflammatory autoimmune disease that results in significant functional disability due to progressive and widespread joint destruction and soft tissue damage, not only in the limbs but also the inflammatory processes can ultimately have an effect on most organ systems in the body, with devastating morbid consequences.
Therefore, appropriate management of RA needs to address not only the impact on joints, but also the whole body, the person suffering from the disease, their families and carers, and where appropriate their employers.

Drug Name  & Brand Drugs associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Actemra tocilizumab class: interleukin inhibitors
Arava leflunomide class: antirheumatics, selective immunosuppressants
Azulfidine sulfasalazine class: 5-aminosalicylates, sulfonamides
Azulfidine EN-tabs sulfasalazine class: 5-aminosalicylates, sulfonamides
Celebrex celecoxib class: cox-2 inhibitors
Cimzia certolizumab class: TNF alfa inhibitors
Duexis famotidine/ibuprofen class: nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents
Enbrel etanercept class: antirheumatics, TNF alfa inhibitors
Humira adalimumab class: antirheumatics, TNF alfa inhibitors
Kineret anakinra class: antirheumatics, interleukin inhibitors
Mobic meloxicam class: nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents
Norco  acetaminophen/hydrocodone class: narcotic analgesic combinations
Orencia abatacept class: antirheumatics, selective immunosuppressants
Plaquenil hydroxychloroquine class: antimalarial quinolines, antirheumatics
Remicade infliximab class: antirheumatics, TNF alfa inhibitors
Rituxan rituximab class: antirheumatics, CD20 monoclonal antibodies
Simponi golimumab class: TNF alfa inhibitors
Sulfazine   sulfasalazine class: 5-aminosalicylates, sulfonamides
Vicodin  acetaminophen/hydrocodone class: narcotic analgesic combinations
Vimovo esomeprazole/naproxen class: nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents

Disclaimer: ”This information has been designed for professional purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for personal medical attention,  diagnosis or hands on treatment. You should always consult a health provider as he is the only one who is capable of medicating and helping patients find a solution to their disease.”


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