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Unit B Med Quiz 16

Top 200 Drugs Unit B Day 16 (Match 25- 64)

Trade NameGeneric Name
Ismo or Imdur (Nitrates (anti-Angina)) Isosorbide Mononitrate
Demadex (Diuretics) Torsemide
Dyazide or Maxzide (Diuretics) Triamterene & HCTZ
Aldactone (Diuretics) Spironolactone
Oretic (Diuretics) Hydrochlorothiazide
Lasix (Diuretics) Furosemide
Lanoxin (Cardiac Glycoside) Digoxin DIG
Plendil (Calcium Channel Blockers) Felodipine
Procardia or Adalta (Calcium Channel Blockers) Nifedipine
Tiazac or Cartia-XT or Cardizem (Calcium Channel Blockers) Diltiazem
Isoptin or Calan or Verelan (Calcium Channel BLockers) Verapamil
Norvasc (Calcium Channel Blockers) Amlodipine
Caduet (Anti-Hyperlipidemics) Atorvastatin & Amlodipine
Lopid (Anti-Hyperlipidemics) Gemfibrozil
Lescol (Anti-Hyperlipidemics) Fluvastatin
Mevacor (Anti-Hyperlipidemics) Lovastatin
Niaspan or Nicolar (Anti-Hyperlipidemics) Niacin
Crestor (Anti-Hyperlipidemics) Rosuvastatin
Tricor (Anti-Hyperlipidemics Fenofibrate
Zetia (Anti-Hyperlipidemics) Ezetimibe
Vytorin (Anti-Hyperlipidemics) Simvastatin & Ezetimibe
Pravachol (Anti-Hyperlipidemics) Pravastatin
Zocor (Anti-Hyperlipidemics) Simvastatin
Lipitor (Anti-Hyperlipidemics) Atorvastatin
Neupogen (Hematopoietic Agents) Filgrastim WBC
Epogen or Procrit (Hematopoietic Agents) Erythropoietin
Hep-lock (Anti-Coagulant) Heparin
Lovenox (Anti-Coagulant) Enoxaparin
Coumadin (Anti-Coagulant) Warfarin
Ziac (Beta Blockers and Combo) Bisoprolol & HCTZ
Corgard (Beta Blockers and Combo) Nadolol
Normodyne (Beta Blockers and Combo) Labetalol
Inderal (Beta Blockers and Combo) Propranolol
Coreg (Beta Blockers and Combo) Carvedilol
Tenormin (Beta Blockers and Combo) Atenolol
Toprol XL or Lopressor (Beta Blockers and Combo) Metoprolol
Cardura (Alpha Blockers) Doxazosin
Hytrin (Alpha Blockers) Terazosin
Catapres (Anti-Adrenergic) Clonidine
Epipen or Adrenalin (Adreneric Drugs) Epinephrine
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