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Pharm Cards #2

Brand Name/Generic Name/Action

azithromycin Zithromax, Z-pack suppresses protein synthesis in bacterial cells
warfarin Coumadin interferes with synthesis of vitamin K which slows the process of blood clotting
sildenafil Viagra enhances the effect of nitric oxide by inhibiting the enzyme PDE5
salmeterol + fluticasone Advair diskus relaxes bronchial smooth muscle and decreases inflammation producing bronchodilation
paroxetine Paxil inhibits CNS reuptake of serotonin
lisinopril Prinivil, Zestril inhibits angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) to produce vasodilation and decrease BP
hydrochlorothiazide Microzide increases renal excretion of sodium, water, chloride and potassium
esomeprazole Nexium block the final step of acid production in the stomach
adalimumab Humira decreases inflammation by binding to the TNF protein and blocking it from interacting with cell surfaces
oseltamivir Tamiflu interferes with a virus enzyme called neuraminidase which limits the spread of virus particles in the respiratory system
Created by: wenchie040