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Antipyretic, analgesic and anti-inflammatory drugs. Liming Zhou ( 周黎明) Department of pharmacology Huxi medical center Sichuan university. Contents. Overview History Common pharmacological effects Aspirin 阿斯匹林 Selective COS-2 inhibitor Other Drugs. Overview.

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antipyretic analgesic and anti inflammatory drugs

Antipyretic, analgesic and anti-inflammatorydrugs

Liming Zhou (周黎明)Department of pharmacology

Huxi medical center

Sichuan university

contents
Contents
  • Overview
  • History
  • Common pharmacological effects
  • Aspirin 阿斯匹林
  • Selective COS-2 inhibitor
  • Other Drugs
overview
Overview
  • This kind of drug is a group of chemically dissimilar agents that have antipyretic, analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects.
  • The structure of this kind of drug differs from that of steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
  • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs NSAIDs
history
History
  • In ancient Egypt & Greece, dried leaves of myrtle, the bark of willow & poplar tree
  • In England, active component from willow bark was identified as salicin (水杨苷),which is metabolized to salicylate(水杨酸盐)in 1763.
  • In Germany, salicylic acid(水杨酸)was synthesized in 1860.
  • In 1875, acetylsalicylic acid (乙酰水杨酸)was synthesized.
history1
History
  • In 1899, “Aspirin“ (acetylsalicylic acid)was named; the "a" --- acetyl grouping and the "spirin" --- botanical genus spiraea, from which salicylates could be extracted.
  • Now, more than 30 million people consume NSAIDs daily and of these 40% of the patients are more than 60 years of age.
  • The consumption of NSAIDs is No. 1 among all drugs.
history2
History
  • In 1969 the first association between prostaglandin production and the actions of aspirin- like drugs
  • In 1992 new enzyme was cloned & was called cyclooxygenase 2 (COX- 2) or PGH 2 synthase 2
common pharmacological effects
Common pharmacological effects

These drugs show the same pharmacological effects

  • -- antipyretic effect (解热)
  • -- analgesic effect (镇痛)
  • -- anti-inflammatory effect (抗炎)
1 antipyretic effects
1. Antipyretic Effects
  • "normal" temperature: slightly affected
  • "elevated" temperature: reduced
  • The higher temperature, the more potent
  • Mechanisms of Antipyretic Action

Blocks pyrogen-induced prostaglandin production in thermoregulatory center (CNS)

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Prostaglandins

pGE2

Pyrogen

  • NSAIDs

thermoregulatory center

  • Antipyretic Mechanism
  • Block prostaglandins production
  • Sites of action:Central Nervous System

set point↑

heat production↑

Heat dissipation ↓

Fever

2 analgesic effects
2. Analgesic Effects
  • Effective to mild to moderate pain

0.5g of aspirin is a weak or mild analgesic that is effective in short, intermittent types of pain as encountered in neuralgia, myalgia (肌肉痛), toothache.

analgesic effects
Analgesic Effects
  • Pain may arise from:

Musculature, dental work , vascular , postpartum conditions, arthritis , bursitis

  • Sites of action:

peripherally -- sites of inflammation

subcortical sites

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NSAIDs

Prostaglandins

pGE2 pGF2

factors

+

Bradrkinin

histamine

Nerve ending of pain

  • block prostaglandins production
  • Sites of action: peripheral tissue

Pain

3 anti inflammatory effects
3. Anti-inflammatory Effects
  • NSAIDs only inhibit the symptoms of inflammation
  • But they neither arrest the progress of the disease nor do they induce remission
anti inflammatory effects
Anti-inflammatory Effects
  • Reduced synthesis:

--eicosanoid mediators

  • Interference:

--kallikrein system mediators

--inhibits granulocyte adherence

--stabilizes lysosomes

--inhibits leukocyte migration

mechanism of action
Mechanism of action

The principal pharmacological effect of NSAIDs is due to their ability to inhibit prostaglandin synthesis by blocking the cyclooxygenase (COX) activity of both COX-1 and COX-2.

NSAIDs----- acetylation of COX

(reversible or irreversible)

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NSAIDs

Prostaglandins

pGE2 pGF2

Inflammatory factors

+

Bradrkinin

Histamine

5-HT

Symptoms of inflammation

  • block prostaglandins production
  • Sites of action: peripheral tissue

Red, swelling,

Heating, Pain

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PGE2 vasodilatation, pain sensitization, gastric cytoprotection [mucous/HCO3 secretion], fever
  • PGF2 bronchoconstriction, uterine contraction
  • PGI2 inhibition of platelet aggregation, gastric cytoprotection
  • TXA2 platelet aggregation
salicylates
Salicylates 水杨酸类
  • Acetylsalicyclic acid乙酰水杨酸

Aspirin 阿斯匹林

  • Sadium Salicylate 水杨酸钠
pharmacokinetics
Pharmacokinetics
  • Rapidly absorbed: stomach and upper small intestine
  • Distribution:through the body

rapidly hydrolyzed --------- acetic acid + salicylate, catalyzed by tissue/blood esterases

elimination pharmacokinetics
Elimination----- Pharmacokinetics
  • metabolite in liver

dose <1g/day:one-order elimination T1/2: 3--5 hrs

dose >1g/day:zero-order elimination

>4g/day T1/2:

  • Excretion: kidney, influenced by pH of urine
pharmacodynamics
Pharmacodynamics
  • Analgesic Effects (300-600mg)
  • Antipyretic Effects (300-600mg)
  • Anti-inflammatory Effects (3-6g)

do not influence the progress of disease

  • Effects on Platelets (40-100mg)

Reduced platelet aggregation

reduces thromboxane A2 (TXA2) formation

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Effects on Platelets (40-100mg)

磷脂 血小板

磷脂

花生四烯酸

PGH2 PGH2

PGI2

血管壁

花生四烯酸

(-)

阿斯匹林

环氧化酶

cAMP 抑

制血小

板集聚

松弛血

管平滑肌

cAMP 血小板释

放ADP

促进血小板集聚

收缩

血管平滑肌

TXA2

low doses 40 100mg day
Platelets

No nuclei

No new COX1 produce

TXA2 production ↓

Lifetime:

8-11 days

Endothelial cell

Has nuclei

New COX1produce

Low doses 40-100mg/day
pharmacodynamics1
Pharmacodynamics

5. Other effects

  • Immune inhibition
  • Effect on metabolism of connective tissue
  • Effects on metabolism of glucose, fat, protein ---- catabolism ↑
  • ACTH release ↑
clinical uses
Clinical Uses
  • Commonly used for management of mild to moderate pain(300-600mg)
  • Combination agents (cold)
  • Used for reducing fever (300-600mg)
  • Useful in treatment of:

(high doses 3-6g) T1/2 > 12 hours

0 rheumatic fever

0 rheumatoid arthritis

0 other inflammatory joint diseases

clinical uses1
Clinical Uses
  • Antiplatelet: (low doses) 40-100mg
  • reduce incidence of transient ischemic attacks (prophylaxis)
  • reduce incidence of unstable angina (prophylaxis)
  • may reduce incidents of coronary artery thrombosis
clinical uses2
Clinical Uses
  • Hypertension in pregnancy : (low doses) 60-100mg

TXA2↓

  • Local indication

GI inflammation : 5-amido-salicylic acid

side effects
SIDE EFFECTS
  • CNS: excitation----inhibition

salicylic acid reaction: Headaches; confusion; hallucinations; tremors; vertigo; behavior disturbance

  • GI effects: direct stimulation

PGE2 & PGI2↓

Esophagitis; gastric ulcerations; GI hemorrhage

side effects1
SIDE EFFECTS

3. Liver & renal toxicity

  • Dose dependence toxicity
  • Reye's syndrome

a potentially fatal disease that causes numerous detrimental effects to many organs, especially the brain and liver.

The disease causes hepatitis with jaundice and encephalopathy

side effects2
SIDE EFFECTS
  • Other reaction

Hematologic: decreased platelet aggregation; prolonged bleeding time.

Exacerbations of asthma

Hypersensitivity: rashes

Acid-base Imbalance

acetaminophen phenacetin
Acetaminophen 乙酰氨基酚(醋氨酚,扑热息痛) Phenacetin 非拉西丁
  • Rapidly absorbed from GI
  • Phenacetin is largely converted to Acetaminophen
  • Similar antipyretic, analgesia to aspirin
  • Weak anti-inflammatory properties
  • used to reduce fever and pains (a major ingredient in numerous cold and flu medications) (choice for child)
  • used appropriately, side effects are rare
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Indomethacin 吲哚美辛(消炎痛)

More potent than aspirin

As an anti-inflammatory agent

More adverse reaction

Ibuprofen 布洛芬

More analgesia

Fewer adverse reaction

Brufen;Benzeneacetic acid; Fenbid; Emodin;Motrin 异丁苯丙酸;异丁洛芬;拔怒风;芬必得;炎痛停;

phenylbutazone
Phenylbutazone 保泰松 羟基保泰松
  • Powerful anti-inflammatory effects
  • Weak analgesic & antipyretic activities
  • Promote excretion of uric acid
  • Used for acute gout, rheumatic & rheumatoid arthritis
  • More adverse reaction
  • Can induce activities of drug metabolize-E
  • Can displace other drugs from plasma proteins
selective cox 2 inhibitors
Selective COX-2 inhibitors
  • Less adverse reactions
  • Do not impact platelet aggregation
  • Meloxicam 美洛昔康
  • Celecoxib 塞来昔布
  • Nimesulide 尼美舒力
  • Rofecoxib
  • Valdecoxib
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常用感冒药组成
  • 解热镇痛药:对乙酰氨基酚、布洛芬
  • H1受体阻断药:氯苯那敏、苯海拉明
  • 止咳药:右美沙芬等
  • 缩血管药:伪麻黄碱
  • 抗病毒药:金刚烷胺
  • 中枢兴奋药:咖啡因
  • 其他:中草药、人工牛黄
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