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drug list #3


brand genericclassificationifu
keppra levetiracetam anticonvulsant seizures associated with epilepsy
lamictal lamotrigine anticonvulsant seizures
lyrica pregabalin anticonvulsant seizures, fibromyalgia neuropathic pain(diabetic peripheral neuropathy)
neurontin gabapentin anticonvulsant seizres
topamax topiramate anticonvulsant seizures
adderal amphetamine/dextroamphetamne amphetamine attention deficit disorder, narcolepey
vyvanse lisdexamfetamine dimesylate stimulant attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHA)
strattera atomoxetine SNRI (selective noreprinephrine reuptake inhibitor) attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHA)
concerta methylphenidate stimulant attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHA)
aricept donepezil acetylcholinesterase inhibitor Alzheimer's disease
namenda memantine acetylcholinesterase inhibitor moderate to severe dementia associated with alzheimer's
cogentin benzatropine anticholinergic parkinson's disease
requip ropinirole dopamine agonist parkinson's disease and restless leg syndrome
ambien zolpidem tartrate imidazopyridine hypnotic insomnia
lunesta eszopiclone pyrrolopyrazine hypnotic insomnia
phenergan promethazine antiemetic/anti nausea nausea,vomiting
zofran ondansetron 5-HT3 receptor antagonist, antiemetic/ nausea nausea and vomiting from surgery, chemotherapy, or rediation treatments for cancer
anti-vert meclizine antihistamine wuth antiemetic and antispasmodic/anti vergo nausea, vomiting and dizziness associated with motion sickness and vertigo
colcrys colchicine anti inflammatory (alkaloid) prophylaxis and treatment of acute gout, familial mediterranean fever (FMF)
Zyloprim allopurinol xanthine oxidase inhibitor gout
rheumatrex methotrexate sodium DMARD(folic acid antagonist) sever recalcitrant rheumatoid arthritis or polyerticular course juvenile reheumatoid arthritis
plaquenil hydroxhchloroquine sulfate aminoquinoline suppression and treatment of susceptible malaria
peridex chlorhexidine gluconate antimicrobial oral rinse gingivitis
depakote divalproex sodium anticonvulsant seizures, biopolar mania and prevention of migraine headaches
dilantin phenytoin sodium anticonvulsant seizures
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