Medications that may delay treatment (asa) -revised 10-2011 - paul
Stone Institute of the Carolinas, LLC Medications That May Delay Your Treatment – Aspirin Products
Below is a list of some of the medications that may interfere with blood’s ability to clot because they contain aspirin or salicyclic acid derivatives.
These medications must be stopped for at least 7 days prior to receiving lithotripsy therapy. Failure to stop these medications for 7 days may result in a delay of treatment
In addition to the medications listed below (generic name in parenthesis), there are many other products on the market, including many vitamins and supplements, that may interfere with the blood’s ability to clot. We recommend that you check with your doctor or pharmacist if you have a question as to whether your medication, vitamin, or supplement contains aspirin or may interfere with the blood’s ability to clot.
*DO NOT STOP TAKING ANY PRESCRIBED MEDICATIONS WITHOUT FIRST CHECKING WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN* 8 Hour Bayer Caplets Plavix (Clopidogel Bisulfate) Aggrenox (Dipyridamole) Ecotrin (All Kinds) Persantine (Dipiridimole) Agrylin (Anagrelide) Effient (Prasugrel) Previgard Pac ASA Enseals Elmiron (Pentosan Polysulfate) Promacta (Eltrombopag) Alka Seltzer Tablets (All Kinds) Empirin (All Kinds) Rhinocaps Anacin (Regular and Extra Strength) Equagesic (Aspirin/Meprobamate) Robaxisal (Aspirin/Methocarbamol) Aptivus (Tiprenavir) Excedrin (All Kinds) Roxiprin Arth – G Fiorinal Arthritis Pain Formula Genace Tablets Salicylic Acid (Sodium Salicylate) Arthritis Strength Magraprin Gelprin Tablets Salsitab Arthopan Choline Salicylate Sodol Compound Ascriptin (All Kinds) Goody’s Powders (All Kinds) Soma Compound Aspirin (ASA) (All Kinds) Halfprin St Joseph’s Aspirin Aspergum (Aspirin Gum) St Joseph’s Cold Formula Laniroif Stanback Powder / Tablet Azulfidine (Sulfasalazine) Lortab ASA (Aspirin/Hydrocodone) Synalgos-DC BAC Tablets Meprogesic (Aspirin/Meprobamate) Talwin Compound Bayer Aspirin (All Kinds) Ticlid (Ticlopidine) BC (All Kinds) Momentum (Magnesium/Salicylate) Trental (Pentoxifylline) Bufferin (All Kinds) Mono-Gesic Trilisate Buffex Tablets Norgesic (Aspirin/Orphenadrine) Vanquish Damason (Aspirin/Hydrocodone) Norwich Extra Strength Darvon (Aspirin/Propoxyphene) Panasal (Aspirin/Hydrocodone) Disalcid Pepto-Bismol Doan’s Tablets Percodan (Aspirin/Oxycodone) Doxaphene ***** COUMADIN (Warfarin) – Patient MUST be off for at least 5 days ***** **PRADAXA (Dabigatran) – Patient MUST be off for at least 4 days prior to and 3 days post treatment** Stone Institute of the Carolinas, LLC Medications That May Delay Your Treatment – NSAID Products
The following medications contain nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents (NSAIDS). These medications may also interfere with your blood’s ability to clot. In addition to the medications listed below (generic names in parenthesis), there are many other products that may contain this ingredient. Please check with your doctor or pharmacist if you have questions as to whether your medication may contain this product. These medications must be stopped for at least 3 days prior to receiving lithotripsy therapy. Failure to stop these medications for 3 days may result in a delay of treatment *DO NOT STOP TAKING ANY PRESCRIBED MEDICATIONS WITHOUT FIRST CHECKING WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN* Aches –N-Pain IBU Tablets Orudis (Ketoprofen) Actron (Ketoprofen) Ibuprofen Oruvail (Ketoprofen) Ibuprin (Ibuprofen) Pamprin IB Aleve (Naproxen) Ibuprohm (Ibuprofen) Ponstel (Mefenamic Acid) Anaprox (Naproxen)(All Kinds) Indocin (Indomethacin) Prevacid Nupra Pac- Ansaid (Flurbiprofen) Lodine (Etodolac) Arthrotec- (Misoprosotol/Diclofenac) Meclomen (Meclofenamate) Relafen(Nubumetone) Cataflam (Diclofenac) Celebrex (Celecoxib) Mobic (Meloxicam) Sprix (Ketorolac Nasal Spray) Clinoril (Sulindac) Tolectin (Tolmetin) Combunox- (Oxycodone/Ibuprofen) Motrin (All Kinds) Toradol (Ketorolac) Daypro (Ozaprozin) Nalfon (Fenoprofen) Trendar (Ibuprofen) Dolobid (Difunisal) Naprelan (Naproxen) Treximet-(Sumatriptan/Naproxen) Feldene (Piroxicam) Naprofen (Fenoprofen) Vimovo-(Esomeprazsole/Naproxen) Naprosyn (Naproxen) Voltaren (Diclofenac) Naproxen Voltaren Opthalmic (Diclofenac)
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