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NORVASC (amlodipine) Anithypertensive/ Anitanginal/ Calcium Blocker Tx: hear pain or chest pain from angina; HTN
Klonopin (Clonazepam) Anxloytic/Anticonvuslant Tx: Anixety and seizure disorder
Nexium (Esomeprazole) Anitulcer Tx: erosive esophagitis due to GERD
Diflucan(Fluconazde) Anitfungal Tx: Candida Fungal infection of mouth, vagina, espphagus, lungs, abdomen
Allegra (Fexofenadine) Anithistamine Tx: Seasonal Allergies
Lunesta (Eszopiclone) Sedative/ Hynotic agent Tx:Insomnia
Flexeril (Cyclobenzoprine) Muscle Relaxant Tx: Muscle spasms
Valium (Diazepam) Sedative/Muscle Relaxant/Anitconvulsant Tx: Anixety, siezures, muscle spasms. alcohol withdrawl
Chantix (Varenicline) Smoking cessation tx: cessation of smoking
Xalatan (Lantanoprost) Anit-Glaucoma Tx: Reduction of elevated IOP
Actos ( Pioglitazone) Anti- Diabetic Tx: Type 2 DM
DiaBeta (Glyburide) Anti-Diabetic Tx: Type 2 DM in adults
Zyrtec (Cetirizine) Anit-Allergy Tx: Symptoms r/t seasonal allergic rhintis
Nasonex (Mometasone) Anti-Allergy Tx: Nasal symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinits
Microzide (Hydrochlorothiazide) Diuertic/Antihypertensive Tx: HTN
Lasix( Fursoemide) Diuertic/Antihypertensive Tx: Edema r/t CHF cirrhosis, and renal disease
Divoan HCT Diuretic/ Anithypertensive Tx: HTN
Maxzide Diuretic/Antihypertensive Tx: HTN and edema
Hyzaar (Hydrochlorothiazide) Diuretic/Antihypertensive Tx: HTN
Catapres Anithypertensive/Analgesic Tx: HTN
Fosamax (Alendronate) Bone Resorption Inhibitor Tx: Osteoporosis
Prevacid (Pantoprazole) Anitulcer Tx: Inhbits gastric acid secretion
Aciphex (Rabeprazole) Antiulcer Tx: GERD, duodenal ulcers
Prilosec (Omeprazole) Anitulcer Tx: Ulcers, GERD, and Zollinger-Ellison syndrome
Aricept (Donepezil) Anit-Alzheimers Tx: dementia of the Alzheimers
Namenda (Mematine) Anit-Alzheimers Tx: moderate-severe dementia
Flomax(Tamsulosin) Urologic Tx: Symptoms of BPH
Detrol (Tolterodine) Urologic Tx: Overactive bladder
Celebrex (Celecoxib) NSAID Tx: Pain, swelling,fever, and tenderness caised by arthritis
Flonase Anti-Inflammortory Tx: allergic and non-allergic rhinitis
Motrin ( Ibuprofen) Anti-inflammatory/NSAID Tx: Rheumatiod arthrits/ osteoarthritis
Anaprox(Naproxen) Anti-Inflammatory Tx: Tendonits, bursitis, and gout
Deltasone(Prednisone) Adrenocortical steriod/ Anti-Inflammatory Tx: large # of health probelms by its supressive effect on cells in immune system
Neurotin (Gabapentin) Anti-Epileptic/ anti-convulsant Tx: Seizures and nerve pain r/t shingles
Lyrica(Pregabalin) Analgesic/anti-convulsant Tx: Neuropathic pain r/t diabetic peripheral neuropathy
Avandia(Rosiglitazone) Anti-Diabetic Tx: type 2, only if insulin is in body
Mevacor (Lovosatin) Cholesterol Lowering Tx: decrease levels
Lipitor (Atrovastin) Cholesterol Lowering Tx: Prevent of cardiovascular disease
Zocor (Simavastin) Cholesterol Lowering Tx: Decrease levels in pts w/ primary hyperlipidemia
Vytorin Cholesterol Lowering Tx: Inhibits absorption
Zetia (Ezetimibe) Cholesterol Lowering Tx: Decrease absorption of cholesterol
Singular (Montelukast) Antasmatic Tx:Prophylaxis and chronic tx for asthma
Advair Bronchodilator Tx: asthma
Proair (Albuterol) Bronchodilator Tx: Prevent bronchospasms
Spiriva Bronchodilator Tx: Bronchospasms r/t COPD
Toprol (Metaprolol) Anithypertensive BB Tx: HTN, angina, and HF
Prinivil( Lisinopril) Antihypertensive Tx: HTN
Lopressor Anuthypertensive BB Tx: HTN, angina, MI
Diovan (Valsartan) Antihypertensive Tx: HTN, HF, post MI
Cozaar (Losartan) Angiotension receptor blockers Tx: HTN
Tenormin (Atenolol) Antihypertensive BB Tx: HTN, angina, thyriod storm
Zithromax (Azithromycin) Macrolide Antibiotic Tx: Mild-moderate infections
Levaquin (Levofloxacin) Synethic broad spectrum antibacterial Tx: Several types of bacterial infections
Augmentin Anitbiotic Tx: sinusitis, pnemonia, ear infections, UTI
Bactrim Antibiotic Tx: UTI, acute otitis media, bronchitis, pnuemonia
Glucophage Oral Antihyperglycemic Tx: type 2 DM
Klor-Con (Potassium Cholride) Electolyte Replacement Tx: pt w/ hypokalemia
Crestor Cholesterol Lowering Tx: Slows production of cholesterol
Vicodin Opioid Analgesic NSAID Tx: Moderate-moderately severe pain
Percocet Opioid Analgesic NSAID Tx: Moderate-moderately severe pain
Amoxil Semisynthetic Antibiotics Tx: Infections caused by bacteria
Tylenol w/ Codiene Analegesic Tx: Mild-Moderately severe pain
Darvocet Analgesic Tx: Mild-moderately severe pain
Coumadin (Warfarin) Anticoagulant Tx: Prophylaxis and tx of venous thrombosis
Altace Anithypertensive ACE Tx: Decrease BP by relaxing blood vessels
Coreg Beta-adrenegic blocking/antihypertensive Tx: HF, HTN, left ventricular dysf
Lotrel Anithypertensive Tx:HTN
Benicar Antihypertensvie AngioII Tx: Htn
Avapro An
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