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antiviral , ends in vir, ine

Termgeneric
zovirax acyclovir herpes, shingles
espivir lamivudine hiv
relenza zanamivir inhaler,flu
cytovene ganciclovir aids, (use chemo precaution, black box warnings
symmetril amantadine flu, parkinson disease
tamaflu flu, must use within 48hrs
ribavirin virazole aerosol inhalant
antifungal meds (ends in zole)
duflucan fluconazole
monistat miconazole
sporanox itraconazole
lamisil terbinafine
amphototericin b fungizone iv, monitor vital signs
voriconazole (VFEND)
loprox, penlac ciclopirox dispensed as a nail polish
ANTITUSSIVE MEDS- COUGH
dextromethorphan (DM) not for asthma pts
benylin/benadryl diphenhydramine
condeine
tessalon perles benzonatate
ANTIHISTAMINES
benadryl diphenhydramine
claritin loratadine
zyrtec certirizine
allergra fexofenadine
singulair montelukast
EXPECTORANTS
robitussing guaifenesin
mucinex
DECONGESTANTS
sudafed pseudesphedrine
afrin oxymetazeline
neosynephrine phenylephrine
DIABETES MEDS
humlin N intermediate acting
lente intermediate acting
novolin 70/30 intermediate acting
humlin R fast acting
humalog fast acting
ultralente long acting
lantus long acting, (given at night)
gluburide micronase
glucophage metformin
glucotrol glipizide
januvia sitaylitin
ANTIPYRETIS
tylenol acetaminophen
ANALGESICS
salicylic acid ASA - aspirin
ANTI-INLFAMMATORIES
motrin ibuprofen
naproxen naprosyn
indocin indomethacin
celebrex celecoxib used to reduce inflammation
CARDIOVASCULAR
digoxin lanoxin heart failure (CHF), artial fib
inderal (beta blocker) propranolol tremors, angina, htn
quinidine quinidine sulfate regulates heart beat
BLOOD PRESSURE MEDS (ends in zide diuretic)
lasix furosemide
hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ)
procardia xl (pine channel blocker) nifedipine
norvasc (pine channel blocker) amlodipine
zestril (pril-ace-inhibitor lisinopril
sular (pine channel blocker) nisoldipine
tandate (beta blocker) lobetalol
HYPERLIDEMA MEDS
mevacor lovastatin
tricor fenafibrate
zocor simavastatin
antara fenafibrate
crestor rosuvastatin
BLOOD THINNERS
coumadin warfin
herpin IV MED
calciparin
lovenox (low dose heparin)
integrilin epeifibatide blood clots
streptokinase blood clots
urokinase blood clots
ANT-DEPRESSANTS
prozac (SSRI's) fluoxetine
zoloft sertraline
paxil paroxetine
effexor venlafaxine
luvox fluvoxamine
celexa citaloprams
ludiomil (TCA'S) maprotiline high siezure profile
elavil amitriptyline
pamelor nortriptyline
nadril (MAOI's) phenelzine
eldepryl selegiline
marplan isocarboxazid
wellbutrin (MISC ANTI-DEPRESS bupropion/zypan smoking cessation
remeron mirtazapine
desyrel trazodone dont give to male causes ed
lexopro escitalopram depression,anxiety
cymbalta duloxetine depression, diabetic neuropathy, fibromyalgia
BIPOLAR MEDS
tegreto carbamazepine
depakote divalproex
lithobid lithium high siezure profile
depakene valproicacid
abilify aripiprazole bipolar,depression, schizophreniarisperdal
pheneobarbital used for neonatal seizures
dilantin phenytoin
neurontin gabapentin
INSOMNIA MEDS
benadryl diphenydramine
ambien zolpidem
ANXIETY MEDS
testoril temazepam
serax oxazepam
dalmane flurazepam
klonopin clonazepam
xanax alprazolam
valium diazepam
ativan lorazepam kept in refrigerator
librium chlordiazepoxide hydrochloride
ANTIPSYCHOTICS
risperdal risperidone
seroquel quentiepine
zyprexa olanzapine
G.I. ANTIEMETIC MEDS
thorazine chlorpromazine
reglan metochpramide
compazine prochlorperazine
GERD reflux medications
nexium esomeprazole
prilosec omeprazole
prevacid oansoprazole
protonix pantoprazole
tagamet cimetide
pepcid famotidine
zantac ranitidine
axid nizatidine
maalox mylanta
amphojel
milk of magnesia
glycerin
lactulose
dulcolax
colace
senokot-s
metamucil
RESTRICTED DRUG PROGRAM
thalidomine used for leprosy, mye lomas, hiv, wasting syndrome, chrohn's disease
accutane istretinoin acne
clozaril clozapine antipsychotic
MISC DRUGS
nolvadex tamoxifen
cialis tadalafil ed
concerta methylhpendiate adhd
ovcon norethindrone/ethinyl estradiol birth control
yasmin drospirenone/ethinyl estradiol
viagra sikdenafil ed
levoxyl levothroxine hypothyriodism
dalmane flurazapam insomnia
benzodiazepine anticonvulsants
lomotil diphenoxylate hci diarrhea
dexamethsone
valtrex valacyclovir cold sores, herpes
ritalin methylphenidate adhd
retrovir (AZT) zidovudine hiv
Created by: cvsmith
 

 



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