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pharmacology ch 11

Drug classification

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Zyban (Wellbutrin) is classified as an antidepressant and a Non-nicotine smoking cessation drug
Pneumovax is a prophylaxis (preventive) for streptococcal pneumonia.
1. clonidine AKA Catapres. 2. Zyban (Wellbutrin) (ban on smoking). 3. Chantix are all Non-nicotine smoking cessation drugs
1. Habitrol (patch). 2. Nicoderm (patch) 3. Nicorette. 4. Nicotrol are all Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT)
Antituberculine (TB-turberculosis) medications include: 1. INH AKA isoniazid. 2. Rifadin AKA rifampin. 3. Myambutol AKA ethambutol.
Intradermal skin tests used to detect TB(turberculosis) exposure include: 1. PPD. 2. Mantoux. 3. Tine.
Brovana is a treatment of chronic bronchitis and emphysema
Spiriva is used to treat asthma and emphysema
theophylline("theo") AKA Elixophylline or Theo-24) is a bronchodilator
terbutaline AKA Brethine is a bronchodilator
Maxair is a bronchodilator
Alupent is a bronchodilator
epinephrine AKA Primatene Mist is a bronchodilator
ephedrin is a bronchodilator
aminophylline is a bronchodilator
ProAir is a bronchodilator
Ventolin is a bronchodilator
Proventil is a bronchodilator
albuterol is a bronchodilator
Dulera is a bronchodilator
Serevent is a bronchodilator
Atrovent is a bronchodilator
Singulair is a Leukotriene blockers reduce allergy related asthma
Flovent is a SAIDs(steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs designed to reduce the incidence of asthma
Azmacort is a SAIDs(steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs designed to reduce the incidence of asthma
Pulmicort is a SAIDs(steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs designed to reduce the incidence of asthma
Asmanex is a SAIDs(steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs designed to reduce the incidence of asthma
Medications containing a bronchodilator and SAID used to treat asthma include: 1. Symbicort. 2. Advair. 3. Combivent.
Steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (SAIDs) designed to reduce the incidence of asthma include: 1. Asmanex. 2. Pulmicort (cort=cortiosteroid) 3. Azmacort. 4. Flovent.
digoxin AKA Lanoxin, Digitek, or Lanoxicaps is.... 1.slow the heart rate and stimulate the myocardium to contract more forcefully 2.Antiarrhythmics
Norpace is an Antiarrhythmic
disopyramide (Norpace) is an Antiarrhythmic
Betapace is an Antiarrhythmic
procainamide AKA Pronestyl is an Antiarrhythmic
Rythmol is an Antiarrhythmic
clonidine AKA Catapres is an 1. Antiarrhythmic 2. non-nicotine smoking cessation drug
verapamil AKA Calan is an Antiarrhythmic
Antihypertensives include: 1.Diovan 2.Cozaar 3.Benicar 4.Hyzaar AKA losartan + hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ) 5.Avapro 6.metoprolol AKA Lopressor or Toprol 7.propranolol/ Inderal 8.atenolol/ Tenormin 9.nadolol/Corgard 10.amlodipine/ Norvasc 11.nicardipine AKA Cardene
Antihypertensives include:(continued) 12. nifedipine AKA Adalat or Procardia. 13. diltiazem AKA Cardizem. 14. verapamil AKA Calan. 15. clonidine AKA Catapres 16. Minipress. 17. Capoten. 18. Lotensin. 19. Hytrin
Medications that end in -olol are called beta blockers
Antihyperlipidemics (“statins”) include: 1. Lipitor. 2. Crestor. 3. Pravachol 4. Zocor. 5. Lopid. 6. niacin AKA Niaspan. 7. Trilipix
nitroglycerin AKA Nitrostat or Nitro-Dur is an Antianginal
isosorbide(sore heart) AKA Isordil is an Antianginal
atenolol AKA Tenormin is an Antianginal and antihypertensive
metoprolol AKA Lopresso or Toprol is an Antianginal and antihypertensive
nadolol AKA Corgard is an Antianginal and antihypertensive
propranolol AKA Inderal is an Antianginal, antiarrhythmic and antihypertensive
amlodipine AKA Norvasc is an Antianginal and antihypertensive
nicardipine AKA Cardene is an Antianginal and antihypertensive
nifedipine AKA Adalat or Procardia is an Antianginal and antihypertensive
verapamil AKA Calan is an Antianginal, antiarrhythmic and antihypertensive
diltiazem AKA Cardizem is an Antianginal, antiarrhythmic and antihypertensive
All of the above are antianginals, antiarrhythmics and antihypertensives 1.diltiazem AKA Cadizem 2. verapamil AKA Calan 3.propranolol AKA Inderal
All of the above are antianginals and antihypertensives 1.Adalat & Procadia (nifedipine) 2. Cardene (nicardipine) 3. Norvasc(amlodipine) 4.Corgard (nadolol) 5. Tenormin (atenolol) 6.Lopressor & Toprol(metoprolol)
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