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top 200 drugs bkb

top 200 drugs for a pharmacy tech exam

Prinivil lisinopril ACE inhibitor
Synthroid levothyroxine hormone replacement
Amoxil Amoxicillin Antibiotic (penicillin)
Zithromax azithromycin macrolide antibiotic
Microzide hydrochlorothiazide thiazide diuretic
Norvasc Amlodipine Calcium Channel Blocker
Xanax alprazolam benzodiazepine CIV
Glucophage metformin antidiabetic
Lipitor atorvastatin statin
Prilosec omeprazole proton pump inhibitor
Augmentin Amoxicillin+clavulanate antibiotic (penicillin)
Tenormin atenolol Beta Blocker (B1)
Lasix furosemide diuretic
Lopressor metoprolol beta receptor blocker (B1)
Zoloft sertraline SSRI
Ambien zolpidem sleep aid CIV
Percocet oxycodone and acetminophin pain relief CII
Nexium esomeprazole proton pump inhibitor
Plavix clopidogrel platelet aggregation inhibitor
Singulair montelukast leukotriene inhibitor
Sterapred prednisone corticosteroid
Lexapro escitalopram SSRI
Advil ibuprofen NSAID
Celexa citalopram SSRI
ProAir albuterol B2 receptor agonist
Prozac fluoxetine SSRI
Neurontin gabapentin anti-convulsant
Coumadin warfarin blood thinner
Ultram tramadol pain-relief
Klonopin clonazepam benzodiazepine CIV
Ativan lorazepam benzodiazepine
Keflex cephalexin antibiotic - cephalosporin
Flexeril cyclobenzaprine muscle relaxant
Septra sulfamexthoxazole and trimethoprim antibiotic
Cipro ciprofloxacin quinolone
Flonase fluticasone inhaled steroid
Dyrenium triamterene diuretic
Pravachol pravastatin cholesterol/ statin
Crestor rousvuastatin statin
Advair fluticasone and salmeterol bronchodilator and steroid
Desyrel trazodone anti-depressant
Darvocet propoxyphene and acetaminophin pain relief CIV
Fosamax alendronate bone resorption inhibitor
Allegra fexofenadine antihistamine
Mevacor lovastatin cholesterol / statin
Coreg carvedilol beta receptor blocker
Paxil paroxetine SSRI
Mobic meloxicam NSAID
Valium diazepam benzodiazepine CIV
Diovan valsartan A2RB
Cymbalta duloxetine anti-depressant
Effexor venlafaxine anti-depressant
Zantac Ranitidine histamine blocker
Diflucan fluconazole anti-fungal
Aleve naproxen NSAID
Vibramycin doxycycline antibiotic, tetracycline
klor-con potassium choloide electrolyte
Elavil amitriptyline anti-depressant
Prevacid lansoprazole proton pump inhibitor
Actos pioglitazone anti-diabetic
Medrol methylprednisolone steroid, anti-inflamitory
Zyloprim allopurinol Xanthine oxidase inhibitor
Tylenol 3 codeine and acetaminophin pain relief CIII
Vasotec enalapril ACE inhibitor
Soma carisoprodol muscle relaxant CIV
Flomax tamsulosin prostate receptor agonist
Vytorin ezetimibe + simvastatin cholesterol
Seroquel quetiapine anti-psychotic
Levaquin levofloxacin antibiotic (quinolone)
Tricor fenofibrate cholesterol
Catapres clonidine alpha receptor agonist
Phenergan promethazine anti-nausea / anti-emetic
Yaz ethinyl estradiol + drospirenone birth control
Viagra sildenafil erectile dysfunction
Celebrex celecoxib NSAID COX=2 inhibitor
Proventil Albuterol beta agonist
Oxycontin oxycodone pain relief CII
Lantus insulin glargine insulin
Nasonex mometasone corticosteroid
Lyrica pregabalin anti-confulsant / neurologic CV
Amaryl glimepiride antidiabetic
Restoril temazepam sleep aid CIV
Folvite folic acid mineral supplement
Premarin conjugated estrogen estrogen replacement
Zetia ezetimibe colesterol
Aldactone spironolactone diuretic
Lanoxin digoxin inotrope
Imdur isosorbide mononitrate nitrate vasodilator
Omnicef cefdinir anti-biotic (cephalosporin)
Altace ramipril ACE inhibitor
Nasacort triamcinolne inhaled steroid
ventolin albuterol bronchodilator
Cozaar losartan A2RB
Concerta methylphenidate ADHD CII
DiaBeta glyburide anti-diabetic
Valtrex valacyclovir anti-viral
Tamiflu oseltamivir anti-viral (flu)
Pen-VK penicillin vk anti-biotic
Vicodin hydrocodone and acetaminophin pain relief
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