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ACE inhibitor Inhibits conversion of angiotensin I to angiotensin II, a potent vasoconstrictor, i.e. relaxation of blood vessels occur (it is a vasodilator)
Aminoglycoside Used to treat serious infections by inhibiting bacterial protein synthesis by binding to ribosomal subunits. Dose to be adjusted according to plasma concentrations in the blood.
Analgesic Used to relieve pain. Suppresses pain without rendering the patient unconcious
Anesthetic Reduces or eliminates pain, general, local or topical
Anorexiant Used to decrease appetite
Antacid Neutralizes excess gastric acid
Anthelmintic Eradicates intestinal worms
Anti-Acne Controls acne vulgaris
Antianginal Dilates blood vessels; used to treat angina pectoris, pain in the chest
Antianxiety Used in the treatment of anxiety disorders that do not require excessive sedation
Created by: michelleb1205