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Top 200 Drugs-2013

Top 200 Drugs-Pharm. 2013

Brand NameGeneric NameTherapuetic Class
Aciphex rabeprazole Proton pump inhibitor
Zovirax acyclovir Anti-viral
Altace ramipril Ace inhibitor
Amoxil amoxicillin 2nd generation penicillin
Augmentin Amoxicillin/clavuanic acid 2nd generation penicillin
Tenormin atenolol Beta blocker
Avalide irbesartan/HCTZ Angio tension 2 antagonist w/diaretic
Avapro irbesartan Angio tension 2 antagonist
Avelox moxifloxacin Quinoline antibiotic
Zithromax azithromycin macrolide antibiotic
Lotensin benazepril Ace inhibitor
Benicar olmesartan medoxomil Angio tension 2 antagonist w/diaretic
Benicar HCT olmesartan medoxomil/HCTZ Angio tension 2 antagonist
Ziac bisoprolol/HCTZ Beta blocker w/diaretic
Omnicef cefdinir 3rd generation cephalosporin
Keflex cephalexin 1st generation cephalosporin
Cipro ciprofoxacin Quinoline antibiotic
Cleocin clindamycin Antibiotic
Catapres clonidine Anti-acting hypotensive
Coreg carvedilol Alfa edrinigic blocker
Cozaar losartan Angio tension 2 antagonist
Crestor rosuvastatin Statin
Klonopin clonazepam
Concerta methylphenidate SNS stimulant
Cymbalta duloxetine SNRI reuptake inhibitor
Depakote ER divalproex sodium Anti-seizure
Detrol LA tolterodine Anti-colorgenic
Dexilant dexlansoprazole Proton pump inhibitor
Valium diazepam Benzodiazapine
Lanoxin digoxin Digitalis (cardiac)glycoside
Cardizem CD diltiazem CD Calcium channel blocker
Diovan valsartan Angio tension 2 antagonist
Diovan HCT valsartan/HCTZ Angio tension 2 antagonist w/diauretic
Ditropan oxybutynin Anti-cologenic
Cardura doxazosin Alfa adringic blocker
Effexor XR venlafaxine SNRI
Vasotec enalapril Ace inhibitor
Pepcid famotidine H2 receptor antagonist
Plendil felodipine ER Calcium channel blocker
Flomax tamsulosin Alfa adringic blocker
Diflucan fluconazole Anti-fungal
Lasix furosemide Loop diuretic
Neurotin gabapentin Anti-seizure
Lopid gemfibrozil Anti-lipemici
Microzide hydrocodone/APAP Thiazide diuretic
Hyzaar Losartan and HCTZ Angio tension 2 antagonist w/diuretic
Imdur isosorbide mononitrate Nitrate baso dilator
Lamictal lamotrigine Anti-seizure
Levaquin levofloxacin quinolone antibiotic
Lexapro escitalopram SSRI
Lipitor atorvastatin Statin
Prinivil lisinopril Ace inhibitor
Zestoretic lisinopril/HCTZ Ace inhibitor w/diuretic
Lotrel amlodipine/benazepril Ace inhibitor/Calcium channel blocker
Mevacor lovastatin Statin
Lovaza omega-3 fatty acids and multivits Anti-apneic (Cholesterol)
Lunesta eszopicone Sedative
Lyrica pregabalin Anti-seizure
Reglan metoclopramide GI stimulant
Lopressor metoprolol tartrate Beta blocker
Toprol XL metoprolol succinate XL Beta blocker
Flagyl metronidazole Amevacide antibiotic
Minocin minocycline Tetracycline antibiotic
Bactroban mupirocin Topical antibiotic
Namenda memantine Anti-dementia
Elavil amitriptyline Trycyclic anti-depressant
Nexium esomeprazole Proton pump inhibitor
Procardia nifedipine ER Calcium channel blocker
Aricept donepepezil hydrochloride Colinergic medication
Norvasc amlodipine besylate Calcium channel blocker
Prilosec omeprazole Proton pump inhibitor
Paxil paroxetine SSRI
Pen Vee K penicillin 1st generation penicillin
Dilantin phenytoin sodium Anti-seizure Hydrantuin
Plavix clopidogrel bisulfate Anti-platelet
Pravachol pravastatin Statin
Prevacid lansoprazole Proton pump inhibitor
Inderal propranolol Beta blocker
Protonix pantoprazole Proton pump inhibitor
Accupril quinapril Ace inhibitor
Zantac ranitidine Ace 2 receptor antagonist
Risperdal risperidone Anti-psychotic
Seroquel quetiapine Anti-psychotic
Zoloft sertraline SSRI
Sinemet carbidopa/levodopa Anti-Parkinson's
Bactrim DS SMZ/TMP Sulfa antibiotic
Tegretol carbamazepine Anti-seizure
Restoril temazepam Benzodiazepine
Hytrin terazosin Alfa androgenic blocker
Sumycin tetracycline tetracycline antibiotic
Topamax topiramate Anti-seizure
Desyrel trazadone Anti-depressant
Tricor fenofibrate Anti-lapemic
Valtrex valacyclovir Anti-viral
Isoptin SR verapamil SR Calcium channel blocker
Vytorin ezetimibe/simvastatin Anti-lapemic Statin
Vyvanse lisdexamfetamine dimesylate CNS stimulant
Wellbutrin XL bupropion Anti-depressant
Zetia zetimibe Anti-lypemic
Zyprexa olanzapine Olansopine
Adderall XR destroamphetamine & amphetamine Extended release CNS stimulant
Niaspan Niacin Anti-lipemic agent
Prozac fluoxetine SSRI
Coumadin warfarin Anti-coagulant
Celexa citalopram SSRI anti-depressant
Cartia XT diltiazem Calcium channel blocker
Bytolic nebivolol Anti-hypertensive
Buspar buspirone Anxiolytic
Adderall amphetamine salt combination CNS stimulant
Ambien zolidem Sedative
Xanax alprazolam Benzodiazepine
Abilify aripiprazole Antipychotic
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