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Pharm 4

Drugs class and indications

Benzodiazepines indications acute anxiety, insomnia, muscle spasm, seizures
Barbiturates indications insomnia, seizure disorders, anesthesia
Antihistamines indications anxiety, sleep, sedative before surgery (bind to H1, reduce acetincholine by blocking it)
Other sedative-hypnotic drugs indications insomnia
Nonsedating anxiolytic drugs buspirone: chronic anxiety, propanolol: situational anxiety
Antiepileptic drugs Drugs for Seizure Disorders and Status Epilepticus
Drugs for status epilepticus • diazepam (Valium) • lorazepam (Ativan) • phenobarbital (Luminal) • fosphenytoin (Cerebyx)
Local Anesthetics Ester and Amide types
Ester-type drugs nosal intubation, prutitus, sunburn
Amide-type infiltration, nerver block, epidural, spinal
Local anesthetics anesthetics for nose, surgery, infiltration, nerve block, epidural, prutitus, sunburn; no loss of conscious
General anesthetics Inhalational Anesthetics and Parenteral Anesthetics
Inhalational Anesthetics "laughing gas" at the dentist
Parenteral Anesthetics indications preoperative , endoscopy, diagnosis procedure, pain, cardiac surgery
Antipsychotic drugs Typical and Atypical antipsychotics
Typical antipsychotic indications schizophrenia, psychoses, Tourette's, agitation
Atypical antipsychotic psychoses
Antidepressant drugs Tricyclic, SSRI, MAOI, others
Antidepressant indication depression
Mood-stabilizing drugs indication bipolar disorder
Psychotherapeutic drugs Antipsychotics, Antidepressant, mood-stabilizing, CNS stimulants
CNS stimulant indications ADHD, Narcolepsy, Obesity
Opioid indications moderate to severe pain, cough, diarrhea, analgesic
Opioid antagonist indication naloxone (opioid overdose), naltrexone (alcohol or opioid dependence
Drugs for neurodegenerative diseases Parkinson, Alzheimer, Multiple sclerosis, Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis
Drugs for parkinson Drugs that increase dopamine, Dopamine receptor Agonists, Cholinergic receptor antagonist
Created by: prinluu