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Demoral Generic meperidine
Medication to treat psychoses are called major tranquilizers, antipsychotics, neuroleptics
Calan, verapamil, Catapres, clonidine, Inderal, propanolol antianginal, antihypertensive, antiarrythmic, medication to treat migraines, (Catapress and clonidine, also antipsychotic)
Ambien class hypnotic
Celebrex class NSAID
Topamax class antiepileptic, medication to treat MDI or BMD, or migraines
Corgard Class antianginal, antihypertensive, medication to treat migraines
Lopressor, Topral, and metoprolol class antianginal, antihypertensive and medication to treat migraines
Medications used to treat status epilepticus diazepam, Valium, or Diastat
Drugs to treat AD Aricept, Exelon, Namenda
Duodopa generic carbidopa and levodopa
Requip class medication to treat PD
Mirapex class Medication to treat PD and RLS
Medications used to treat insomnia are called hypnotics
Seroquel class antipsychotic and Med to treat BMD
Abilify class antipsychotic, antidepressant, and Medication to treat BMD
Risperdal class antipsychotic, med to treat BMD
Ambien class hypnotic
Benedryl (diphenhydramine)class OTC hypnotic and antihistamine
A neurosis is characterized by anxiety, anxiousness, and tension at a more intense level than normal
Psychosis is characterized by losing touch with reality and can result in illusiions, delusions and hallucinations
A illusion is false interpretation of a sensory stimulus or image
A delusion is false belief
A hallucination is sensory perception that is not caused by an external stimulus
ibuprofen class antipyeretic, NSAID
Long term use of NSAIDs can increase the risk of cardiac pathology
use of aspirin everyday has been shown to reduce the risk of developing colorectal, esophogeal, stomach, breast, and lung malignancies by 38%
Dilantin generic phenytoin
Luminal generic phenobarbital
AD is a irregular loss of neurons
Valium generic diazepam
Lamictal class antiepileptic
aricept class med to treat AD
Duodopa class med to treat PD
Parkison's Disease is caused by lack of dopamine
Restoril class hypnotic
Duodopa contains carbodopa & levodopa
Mirapex class Medication to treat PD an RLS
Lunesta class hypnotic
excelon class medication to treat AD
Namenda class medication to trea AD
Grand Mal characterized by LOC, tonic clonic seizure,
words that end in zine are usually antipsychotics
Created by: hilander62