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PHM 165 Drug List 13

Transplant, Anemia, Cancer

QuestionAnswer
Detrol tolterodine
Detrol/tolterodine bladder dysfunction
Detrol/tolterodine antimuscarinic, urinary antispasmodic
Ditropan oxybutynin
Ditropan/oxybutynin bladder dysfunction, neurogenic bladder
Ditropan/oxybutynin antimuscarinic, urinary antispasmodic
Vesicare solifenacin
Vesicare/solifenacin bladder dysfunction
Vesicare/solifenacin antimuscarinic, urinary antispasmodic
Bentyl dicyclomine
Bentyl/dicyclomine irritable bowel syndrome
Bentyl/dicyclomine antimuscarinic, GI agent
Pyridium phenazopyridine
Pyridium/phenazopyridine difficult or painful urination
Pyridium/phenazopyridine analgesic
Arimidex anastrozole
Arimidex/anastrozole breast cancer
Arimidex/anastrozole aromatase inhibitor
Femara letrozole
Femara/letrozole breast cancer
Femara/letrozole aromatase inhibitor
Epogen epoetin alfa
Procrit epoetin alfa
Epogen/epoetin alfa anemia
Epogen/epoetin alfa erythropoeitic, hematopoietic
Aranesp darbepoetin
Aranesp/darbepoetin anemia
Aranesp/darbepoetin erythropoietic, hematopoietic
Prograf tacrolimus
Prograf/tacrolimus prevents transplant rejection
Prograf/tacrolimus calcineurin inhibitor, immune suppressant
Cellcept mycophenolate
Cellcept/mycophenolate prevents transplant rejection
Cellcept/mycophenolate immune suppressant
Renagel sevelamer
Renagel/sevelamer end stage renal disease - hyperphosphatemia
Renagel/sevelamer phosphate binder
Sensipar cinacalcet
Sensipar/cinacalcet hyperparathyroidism, hypercalcemia in parathyroid carcinoma
Zemplar paricalcitol
Zemplar/paricalcitol hyperparathyroidism
Zemplar/paricalcitol anti-thyroid, vitamin D class
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