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Druglist 191-200 PT

Brand Name, Generic Name, Classification, General Use

Brand NameGeneric NameClassificationGeneral Use
Dilantin phenytoin sodium anti-epileptic/anti-convulsant To control of tonic-clonic and psychomotor seizures and the treatment of seizures occuring during or following neuro-surgery but it does not treat all types of seizures
Novolog insulin aspart,rDNA origin Anti-diabetic human insulin analog A fast-acting insulin that may be given alone or in combination with long-acting insulin to treat type 1 diabetes or along or in combination with another anti-diabetic to treat type 2 diabetes
Temovate clobetasol propionate Topical steroidal anti-inflammator To treat the inflammation and itching caused by skin conditions such as allergic reactions, eczema, or psoriasis
Peridex/ Periogard chlorhexidine gluconate germicidal anti-plaque rinse To treat gingivitis characterized by swelling, redness and bleeding gums
Vigamox moxifloxacin hydrochloride ophthalmic Anti-bacterial ophthalmic solution fluoroquinolone anti-biotic To treat bacterial eye infections such as conjunctivitis
Biaxin/ Biaxin XL clarithromycin Anti-bacterial To treat bacterial infections of the skin and respiratory systems and used in combination with other medications to treat stomach ulcers caused by Helicobactor pylori (H. pylori)
Tamiflu oseltamivir phosphate Anti-agent To treat or prevent influenza virus (flu) symptoms but it will not treat the common cold
Vitamin B3 / Niaspan niacin/nicotinic acid Anti-hyperlipidemic To treat and prevent a lack of natural niacin, lower cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood, and lower the risk of recurrent heart attacks
Humalog insulin lispro,rDNA origin anti-diabetic human insulin analog A fast-acting insulin that may be given alone or in combination with a long-acting insulin to treat type 1 diabetes or along or in combination with another anti-dia betic to treat type 2 diabetes
Proscar finasteride prostate anti-inflammatory androgen hormone inhibitor To treat benign prostatic hyperplasia and male pattern hair loss
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