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Drugs 76-10*

TermDefinition
Allopurinol brand name Zyloprim
Allopurinol class Antigout/uricosuric
Allopuinol theraputic use Gout
Allopurinol AE, PC PC - C AE: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea
Mirtazapine brand name Remeron
Mirtazapine class Antidepressant
Mirtazapine theraputic use Depression
Mirtazapine PC, AE, PI PC - C AE: drowsiness, increased suicidal thoughts PI: caution if mental alertness is needed, no alcohol, may take 14 days to feel affects
Oxybutynin brand name Ditropan
Oxybutynin class Urinary bladder modifier
Oxybutynin theraputic use urinary incontinence
Oxybutynin PC, AE PC - B AE: constipation, dry mouth, blurred vision
Pitoglitazone brand name Actos
Pitoglitazone class Antidiabetic
Pitoglitazone theraputic use Diabetes
Pitoglitazone PC, AE PC - C AE: congestive heart failure due to edema
Memantine brand name Namenda
Memantine class Antidemetia
Memantine theraputic use Alzheimer's disease
Memantine PC PC - B
Metoclopramide brand name Reglan
Metoclopramide class Anti-emetic
Metoclopramide theraputic use Nausea and vomiting
Metoclopramide PC, AE PC - B AE: drowsiness, decreased motor functions
Folic Acid brand name Vitamin B9
Folic Acid class vitamin
Folic Acid theraputic use Anemia
Folic Acid PC PC - A
Amoxicillin brand name Amoxil
Amoxicillin class Antibiotic - penicillin
Amoxicillin theraputic use Bacterial Infections
Amoxicillin PC, AE, DI Pc - B AE: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, allergies - 10% of population has them DI: contraceptives - use a back up method
Amphetamine + Dextroamphetamine brand name Adderall, Adderall XR
Amphetamine + Dextroamphetamine class CNS Stimulant
Amphetamine + Dextroamphetamine theraputic use ADD/ADHD
Amphetamine + Dextroamphetamine AE, Schedule AE: anorexia, insomnia, energy, increased heart attacks and strokes Schedule II narcotic
Burpirone brand name BuSpar
Burpirone class Anti - anxiety agent
Burpirone theraputic use Anxiety
Burpirone PC PC - B
Glyburide brand name Micronase
Glyburide class Anti diabetic
Glyburide theraputic use Diabetes
Glyburide AE, Admin AE: hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) Admin: take with breakfast
Promethazine brand name Phenergan
Promethazine class Anti-emtic
Promethazine therapeutic use Nausea/Vomiting
Promethazine AE, PI, PC, AE: drowsiness, nausea, GI irritation, dry mouth, blurred vision, respiratory depression in children PI: do not consume alcohol, take with food PC: C
Levetiracetam brand name Keppra
Levetiracetam class Anti-convulsant/Anti-epileptic
Levetiracetam therapeutic use Seizures
Levetiracetam PC, AE, PI PC: C AE: dizziness, drowsiness, decreased mental alertness PI: do not abruptly discontinue, no alcohol
Sulfamethoxazole brand name Bactrum, Septra
Sulfamethxazole class Anti-biotic
Sulfamethxazole therapeutic use Bacterial Infections (UTI)
Sulfamethxazole AE, DOSFORM, PI AE: photo sensitivity, NVD, dizziness, rash, kidney damage/stones DOSFORM: tablets, suspension (shake) PI: don't take if sulfur allergies exist, take 1 to 2 hours or before meal or with full glass of water
Pantoprazole brand name Protonix
Pantoprazole class Gastric Anti-Secretory
Pantoprazole therapeutic use GERD, Peptic Ulcer Disease
Pantoprazole PC, AE, DI PC: B AE: diarrhea, headache, flatulence, rash DI: Clopidogrel (Protonix reduces effectiveness of) and vice versa
Digoxin brand name Lanoxin, Digitek
Digoxin class Inotropic Agent
Digoxin therapeutic use Heart failure
Digoxin AE, PC AE: nausea, blurred vision, arrythmia PC:C Narrow Therapeutic use: 0.8 - 2 (no effect, therapeutic, toxicity) Monitor blood levels Antidote: Digibind, Digifab
Lidocaine (transdermal)brand name Lidoderm
Lidocaine class Topical Analgesic
Lidocaine therapeutic use Pain
Lidocaine AE AE: erythema, edema, bruising, blisters Do not apply to broken skin Only 12 hrs per day on skin
Tolterodine brand name Detrol, Detrol LA
Tolterodine class urinary bladder modifier
Tolterodine therapeutic use Overactive bladder; urinary incontinence
Tolterodine PI, AE, PC PI: avoid alcohol, decreased mental alertness, constipation, drowsiness, dizziness AE: dry mouth PC: C
Triamterene with Hydrochlorothiazide brand name Dyazide (capsule), Maxzide 9tablet)
Triamterene with Hydrochlorothiazide class Diuretic
Triamterene with Hydrochlorothiazide therapeutic use Edema/Hypertension
Triamterene with Hydrochlorothiazide PC, AE, PI PC: C AE: muscle cramps, GI distress (NVD), photosensitivity, dizziness, rash PI: take in the AM with food, makes you urinate
Parotextine brand name Paxil, Paxil XR, Pexeva
Parotextine class Anti-depressant
Parotextine therapeutic use Depression, OCD
Parotextine PC, AE, DI PC: D AE: drowsiness, decreased mental alertness, increased suicidal thoughts in children and adolescents, sexual dysfunction, sedation, dizziness DI: Do not take with MAOI's
Hydroxyzine brand name Atarax
Hydroxyzine class Anti-allergy agent
Hydroxyzine therapeutic use Anxiety - Tension/Allergies
Hydroxyzine AE drowsiness, dry mouth, blurred vision Avoid alcohol
Dicyclomine brand name Bentyl
Dicyclomine class GI anti-spasmodic
Dicyclomine therapeutic use IBS
Dicyclomine AE, PI AE: dizziness, drowsiness, diffculty urinating, constipation, dry mouth, NV PI: avoid alcohol, decreased mental alertness
Glimepiride brand name Amaryl
Glimepiride class Anti-diabetic
Glimepiride therapeutic use Diabetes
Glimepiride AE, PC AE: hypoglycemia (take with 1st meal of the day) PC:C
Celecoxib brand name Celebrex
Celecoxib class NSAID
Celecoxib therapeutic use pain/osteoarthritis
Celecoxib AE, PI, PC AE: diarrhea, stomach pain, edema, Gi upset (lots - ulcers, irritation, pain, NVD) PI: avoid aspirin, take with food to avoid GI upset PC:C
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