Aspirin Aspirin or acetyl salicylic acid, just like Paracetamol, is an analgesic-antipyretic drug.
Given in higher doses, aspirin can be used as anti-inflammatory to treat arthritis. Its function is to prevent the blockage of blood vessels within heart due to blood clotting. It can cause an upset stomach whether usual pain or even worse, the stomach bleeding.
Here is a list of the examples of organic compounds and uses of Organic Chemistry in medicine:1.
Paracetamol Paracetamol is List of Organic Chemicals, the common name for an organic compound, N-acetyl-para-aminophenol. Analgesic is a term used for drugs which have function to relieve pain. Not only works as a painkiller, Paracetamol is also used to reduce fever, make it an analgesic-antipyretic drug.
Based on this spesification, Isoprenaline is used for the treatment of bradycardia (slow heart rate) and heart block.
Sometimes, it is also used for treating asthma by using metered aerosol or nebulizing devices.
Other useful of this organic compound is to treat Adams-Stokes syndrome’s patients, as cardiogenic shock, cardiac arrest and for treating bronchospasm occurred during anesthesia.
Although has several uses, the use of Isoprenaline should be followed by some cautions.
Antibiotic drugs are produced by organisms, mainly fungus and soil bacteria for treating diseases caused by bacteria and viruses.
Other organic compounds used as antibiotic drugs are Tetracycline and Ampicillin.