ALCOHOL AND NSAIDS INDOMETACIN AND PHENYLBUTAZONE
The skills related to driving are impaired by indometacin and phenylbutazone. Additive sedation occurs if patients drink while taking phenylbutazone, but this does not appear to occur with indometacin. See also Miscellaneous NSAIDs, below. (18)
The degree of impairment will depend on the individual patient. However, warn all patients of the potential effects, and counsel against driving or undertaking other skilled tasks.