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medications ch.5


vistaril hydroxyzine pamoate(generic)
temovate clobetasol propionate cream(g)
depo-medrol methylprednisolone acetate(g)
vistaril antihistamine and sedative(c)
temovate corticosteriod(c)
depo-medrol is an anti-inflammatory glucocorticoid(c)
temovate cream and ointment are super-high potency corticoteriod formulations indicated for the relief of the infammatory and prurfic manifestions dermatoses
depo-medrol control of servere or incapacting allergic condtions which did not respond to adequate trials of conventaional treatment in asthma, contact dermetitis
zyrtec certirizine hydrochloride(g)
benadryl diphenhydramine(g)
zyrtec antihistamine(c)
benadryl histamine-blocker or antihistamine(c)
benadryl tempoarily relieves these symptons due to hay fever or other upper respiratory allergies
zyrtec is indicated for the treatment of the uncomplicated skin manifestions of chronic idopathic urtcaira in adults and children
Created by: Courtneey