NSAID classification Non-selective inhibition Acetic acid Proprionic acid Fenamate derivatives derivatives derivatives * Diclofenac * Fenoprofen * Meclofenamate * Etodolac * Flurbiprofen * Mefenamic acid * Indomethacin * Ibuprofen * Sulindac * Ketoprofen * Tolmetin * Naproxen * Oxaprozin Naphthyl alkanone Salicylates * Nabumetone * Aspirin * Diflunisal * Choline magnesium trisalicylate
* Salicylate Enolic acid derivatives * Piroxicam * Meloxicam Selective COX-2 inhibition * Celecoxib * Rofecoxib Table 9.
7) It should not be used in conjunction with choline magnesium trisalicylate
(Trilisate), nor with narcotic drugs, as meadowsweet can potentiate narcotic effects.
The nonacetylated salicylates, including salsalate, magnesium choline trisalicylate
, and diflunisal, as well as several of the nonsalicylate NSAIDs, such as low-dose etodolac, low-dose ibuprofen, and nabumetone, are reportedly less toxic to the GI mucosa than the other NS-NSAIDs.
If a patient must use an anti-inflammatory medication, choline magnesium trisalicylate
(Trilisate[R], available by prescription) is recommended.