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Drug List

BrandGeneric ClassificationIFU
Keppra Levetiracetam Anticonvulsant Seizures associated with epliepsy
Lamictial Lamotrigine Anticonvulsant Seizures
Lyrica Pregabalin Anticonvulsant Seizures, Fibromyalgia, Neuropathic pain such as that is in diabetic peripheral Neurophathy
Neurontin Gabapentin Anticonvulsant Seizures
Topamax Topiramate Anticonvulsant Seizures
Phenergan Promethazine Antiemetic/ Antinausea Nausea, Vomiting
Zofran Ondansetron 5-HT3 receptor antagonists, Antiemetic/ Antinausea Nausea and vomiting from surgery or chemotherapy or radiation treatments for cancer
Anti-Vert Meclizine Antihisamine with Antiemetic and Antispasmodic/ Antivertigo Nausea Vomiting and Dizziness associated with motion sickness and Vertigo
Allegra Fexofenadine Antihistamine (H1) Seasonal Alleriges
Vistaril Hydroxyzine Antihisatmine (H1) Itching (puritis) caused by allergic reaction
Tussionex Chlorpheniramine + Hydrocodone Antihisamine + Narcotic Analgesic (DEA CIII) Cough and Congestion (pain relief)
Peridox Chlorhexidine Gluconate Antimicobial Oral Rinse Gingivitis
DUragesic Fantanyl Transdermal patch Narcotic Analgesic (DEA CII) Pain relief of severe chronic pain
Oxycotin Oxycodone Narcotic Analgeisc (DEA CII) Pain relieve of moderate to severe pain
Percocet Oxycodone + APAP Narcotic Analgesic (DEA CII) Pain releive of moderate to moderately sever pain
Tylenol 3 Codeine + APAP Narcotic Analgesic (DEA CII) Pain relief of mild to moderately sever pain, cough suppressant
Vicodin Hydrocodone +APAP Narcotic Analgesic (DEA CIII) Pain relief of moderate to moderately severe pain
Darvocet (taken off market) Propoxyphene + APAP Narcotic Analgesic (DEA CIV) Mild to moderate pain relief
AMoxil Amoxicillin Antibiotic (penicillin) infections
Augmentin Amoxicillin + Clavulanate Antibiotic (penicillin) infections
Avelox Moxifloxacin Antibiotic (quinolone) infections
Bactroban Mupirocin Antibiotic (Topical) Impetigo and infections of the skin cause by Staphylococcus aureus, Beta-Hemolytic Streptococcus or Streptococcus phyogenes
Bialxin Clarithromycin Antibiotic (Macrolide) infections
Ceftin Cefuroixmie Axetil Antibiotic (Cephalosporin) infections
Cipro Ciprofloxacin Antibiotic (Quinolone) infections
Cleocin Clindamycin Antibiotic infections
Flagyl Metronidazole Antibiotic infections (bacterial and parasitic)
Furdantin Nitrofurantoin Antibiotic UTI prevention and parasitic)
Keflex Cephalexin Antibiotic (Cephalosporin) Infections
Levaquin Levofloxacin Antibiotic (Quinolone) Infections
Minocin Minocycline Antibiotic (Tetracycline) Infections
Omnicef Cefdinir Antibiotic (Cephalosporin) Infections
Pen- VK Penicillin VK Antibiotic (Penicillin) Infections
Septra Sulfamethoxazole + Trimethoprim Antibiotic Combination Infections
Vibramycin Doxycycline Antibiotic (Tetracycline) Infections
Vigamox Moxifloxacin Antibiotic for ophthalmic use (Quinolone) Infections (Bacterial Conjunctivitis)
Zithromax Azythromycin Antibiotic (Macrolide) Infections
Advil Ibuprofen NSAID Pain swelling and fever
Mobic Meloxicam NSAID Inflammation of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
Aleve Naproxen NSAID Mild to moderate pain, inflammation, and fever
Celebrex Celecoxib NSAID Inflammation of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
Cataflam Diclofenac NSAID Inflammation and pain caused by osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
Relafen Nabumetone NSAID Inflammation and pain caused by osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
Accupril Quinapril Angiotensin Converting Enzyme (ACE) Inhibitor HTN & CHF
Altace Ramipril Angiotensin Converting Enzyme (ACE) Inhibitor HTN & CHF
Avalide Irbesartan + HCTZ Angiotensin II Receptor Blocker (A2RB) + Diuretic HTN
Avapro Irbesartan Angiotensin II Receptor Blocker (A2RB) + Diuretic HTN
Benicar HCT Olmesartan + HCTZ Angiotensin II Receptor Blocker (A2RB) HTN & CHF
Catapres Clonidine alpha receptor antagonist HTN
Cozaar Losartan Angiotension 2 receptor blocker (AR2B) HTN
Diovan Valsartan AR2B + Diuretic (Thiazide) HTN & CHF
Hyzaar Losartan + HCTZ ACE inhibitor HTN
Lotensin Benazepril ACE inhibitor HTN
Prinivil Lisinopril ACE inhibitor HTN & CHF
Vasotec Enalapril ACE inhibitor HTN & CHF
Coreg Carvedilol Beta blocker (B1) HTN & CHF
Inderal Propranolol Beta Blocker (B1) HTN & CNF
Lospressor Metoprolol Beta Blocker (B1) HTN & angina pectoris
Aricept Doneprezil Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitor Alzheimers disease
Namenda Memantine Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitor Moderate to servere Dementia associated with alzeheimers
Cogentin Benztropine Antichollinergic Parkinsons disease
Requip Ropinirole Dopamine Agonists parkinsons disease and restless leg syndrome
Budeprion Bupropion Antidepressant (Aminoketone) depression: major depressive disorder and SAD (seasonal affective disorder)
Celexa Citalopram Antidepressant (SSRI) depression
Cymbalta Duloxtine ANtidepressant depression
Desyrel Trazodone antidepressant depression
Effexor Venlafaxine antidepressant depression
Elavil Anitriptyline antidepressant depression
Lexapro Escitalopram antidepressant (SSRI) depression
pamelor Nortiptyline antidepressant (tricyclic TCA) depression
paxil paroxetine antidperessant (SSRI) depression, ocd, ptsd, pmdd, panic disorders, social anxiety disorder
Prozac fluoxetine antidepressant (SSRI) depression
Remeron mirtazapine antidepressant (tricycilic TCA) depression (major) and ptsd
Zoloft sertraline benzodiazepine depression
Ativan lorazapam dezodiazepine anxiety
BuSpar buspirone anti- anxiety anxiety
klonopin clonazepam benzodiazepine anxiety
Restoril temapepam benzodiazepine/ anti anxiety anxiety and isnomnia
Valium Diazapam Benzodiazepine/ anti anxiety anxiety
Xanax alprazolam benzodiazepine (DEA CIV) anxiety disorders and panic attacks
Risperdal risperidone antipsychotic (atypical) bipolar mania, schizophrenia and autism
Seroquel quetiapine antipsychotic bipolar and schizophrenia
Zyprexaq olanzapine antipsychotic bipolar mania and schizophrenia
singulair montelukast leukotriene inhibitor prevent asthma attack
ProAir albuterol b2 receptor agonist (broncodilator) asthma, COPD
Flonase Fluticasone inhaled sterioid seasonal symptoms of allergic/ non allergic rhinitis
Advair fluticasone/ salmeterol b2 receptor agonist (broncodilator) + steroid asthma, COPD associated w/ chronic bronchitis
Proventil Albuterol b2 recptor agonist (bronchodilator) asthma COPD
Nasonex Mometasone inhaled steroid seasonal symptoms of allergic/ non allergic rhinitis
Nasocort Triamcinolone inhaled sterioid seasonal symtoms of allergic/ non allergic rhinitis
Ventolin Albuterol B2 receptor agonist (broncodilator) asthma, COPD
spiriva tiotropium anti-cholinergic chronic treatment of COPD, bronchitis, emphysema
Robitussin guaifenesin expectoant chronic bronchitis
tessalon perles benzonatate antitussive symptomatic releif of cough
combivent albuterol + ipratropium inhaler anitcholinergic broncodilator + B2 receptor agonist COPD
trental pentoxifylline hemorrheoloigc agent chronic occlusive arterial disease
coumadin warfarin anticoagulant prophylaxis/ treatment of pulmonary embolism, atrial fribrilation, mi, stroke
fiorcent butalbital, acetaminophen, and caffine combined analgesic tension headaches
plavix clopidogrel platelet aggregation inhibitor acs, recent stroke, established peripheral artery disaseas
valtrex valacyclovir antiviral herpes labialis/ genitalis, h zoster
tamiful oseltamivir anitviral (flu) influenza
zovirax acyclovir antiviral herpes, genitalis, h zoster, chicken pox
microzide hydrocholorothiazide (hctz) thiazide diuretic hpb, glaucoma, edema
lasix furosemide loop diuretic hpb, glaucoma, edema
dyrenium triameterene potassium sparing diuretic hpb, glaucoma, edema
adlactone spirinolactone potassium sparing diuretic hpb, glaucoma, edema
ditropan oxybutynin anticholinergic/ anispasmodic urge incontience, dysuria
detrol tolterodine anticholingeric/ antispasmodic overactive bladder, urinary incontience
Protonix pantoprazole proton pump inhibitor gerd, ulcers
tagamet cimetidine h2 recpetor antagonist gerd, gastric/ duodenal ulcer
bentyl dicyclomine anti-spasmodic/ anti cholinergic ibs
pepcid famotidine h2 receptor antagonist gerd, gastric/ duodenal ulcer
prevacid lansoprazole proton pump inhibitor gerd, ulcers
prilosec omeprazole proton pump inhibtor gerd, ulcers
zantac ranitidine h2 recpetor antagonist gerd, gastric/ duodenal ulcers
reglan metoclopramide gi motility stimulant gerd
aciphex rabeprazole proton pump inhibitor gerd, ulcer
glycolaz polyethylene glycol laxative constipation
ortho tricyclen ethinyl estradiol/ norgestimate progestin + estrogen moderate acne vulgaris in females 15yrs of age who have known contraindications to oral contriceptive therapy
premarin conjugated estrogens estrogen moderate to severe vasmotor symptoms of menopause
evista raloxifene HCL selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM) prevention and treatment of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women
sterapred prednisone glucocorticoid steriod- responsive disorder
medrol methylprindisolone glucocorticoid steroid- responsive disorders
temovate clobetasol propionate topical steroid corticosteriod- responsive dermatoises
lotrisone betamethasone sterioid + azole antifungal fungal skin infections
diflucan flucanzole azole porpharyngeal, esophageal, systemic candidiasis, bone marrow transplant prophylaxis
nizoral ketoconazole azole susceptible systemic fungal infections or refractory cutacneous dermatophyte infections
zyloprim allopurinal xanthine oxidase inh gout
colchincine colchicine antiinflammatory (alkaloid) prophylaxis and treatmentof acute gout flares. familial mediterranean fever
folvite folic acid hematinic megaloblastic anemias of folic acid feficency. anemias of nutritional origin, pregnancy, infancy or child hood
feosol iron otc iron deficiency and iron deficancy anemia
adderal amphetamine/ dextroamohetamine amphetamine attention deficit hyper activity disorder
vyvanse lisdexamfetamine stimulant attention deficit hyper activity disorder
strattera atomoxetine snri attention deficit hyper activity disorder
concerta methylphenidate stimulant attention deficit hyper activity disorder
ambien zolpidem tartrate imidazopyridine hypnotic insomnia
lunesta eszopiclone pyrrolopryazine hypnotic insomnia
rheumatrex methotrexate sodium dmard severe reclcitrant rheumatoid arthritis or polyarticular
chantix varenicline smoking cessation smoking cessation aid
ultram tramadol opiate agonist; (no schedule relieve moderate to moderately severe pain
pyridium phenazopyridine urinary tract analgesic urinary tract pain, burning, irritation, and discomfort, as well as urgent and frequent urination cuased by urinary tract infections
hytrin terazosin 5- alpha reductase inh hbp; treat the symptoms of an enlarged prostate
avodart dutasteride 5- alpha reductase inh hbp; treat the symptoms of an enlarged prostate
flomax tamsulosin 5- alpha reductase inh treat symptoms of an enlarged prostate
cialis tadalafil phosphodieterase inh to treat erectile dysfunction in men
levitra vardenafil phosphdiesterase inh to treat erectile dysfunction
viagra sildenafil phosphodiesterase inh treat erectile dysfunction
nizoral ketoconazole cream imidazoles treat tinea and yeast infections of the skin
Depakote Divalproic Sodium Anticonvulsant Seziures, Bipolar Mania, and prevention of migraine headaches
Dilantin Phenytoin Anticonvulsant Seizures
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