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Drug Endings

First AID - Ending of Drug Names Hints

QuestionAnswer
-afil Erectile dysfunction (Sildenafil)
-ane Inhalational general anesthetic (Halothane)
-azepam Benzodiazepine (Diazepam)
-azine Phenothiazine (neuroleptic, antiemetic) - (Chlorpromazine)
-azole Antifungal (Ketoconazole)
-barbital Barbiturate (Phenobarbital)
-caine Local anesthetic (Lidocaine)
-cillin Penicillin (Methicillin)
-cycline Antibiotic, protein synthesis inhibitor (Tetracycline)
-ipramine TCA (Imipramine)
-navir Protease inhibitor (Saquinavir)
-olol Beta-antagonist (Propranolol)
-operidol Butyrophenone (neuroleptic) - Haloperidol
-oxin Cardiac glycoside (inotropic agent) - Digoxin
-phylline Methylxanthine (Theophylline)
-pril ACE inhibitor (Captopril)
-terol B2 agonist (Albuterol)
-tidine H2 antagonist (Cimetidine)
-triptyline TCA (Amitriptyline)
-tropin Pituitary hormone (Somatotropin)
-zosin Alpha-1-antagonist (Prazosin)
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