Tylenol (Acetaminophen)

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Tylenol is an antiinflammatory that never works for pain, and since Percocet has Tylenol in it then Percocet doesn't work for pain either[1]. In the rare event a patient asks for Tylenol and is satisfied taking that and only that for pain, that patient deserves a rousing standing ovation.[2]


How to Dose Tylenol According to Dr. Perry Cox


"It's regular-strength Tylenol, here's what you do: Get her to open her mouth, take a handful, and throw it at her; whatever sticks, that's the correct dosage."[3]


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- Dilaudid (Hydromorphone)

- Ibuprofen

- That One That Starts with a D

- Special K

- Three Wise Monkeys

- Toradol (Ketorolac)


References


  1. Commentary: Percocet Doesn’t Work for Me Because It Has Tylenol, and Tylenol Doesn’t Help My Pain
  2. Rare Patient Asks Only for Tylenol for Pain, Receives Standing Ovation
  3. Scrubs, Season 1 Episode 1: My First Day



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