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PHAR 151 Therapeutic

Top 200 PHAR 151 Therapeutic classifications

QuestionAnswer
amoxicillin 2nd generation penicillin
simvistatin HMG CoA reductase inhibitor
cefdinir 3rd generation cephalosporin
penicillin 1st generation penicillin
pravastatin HMG CoA reductase inhibitor
cephalexin 1st generation cephalosporin
lovastatin HMG CoA reductase inhibitor
enalapril ACE inhibitor
tamsulosin alpha adrenergic antagonist
atorvastatin HMG CoA reductase inhibitor
lisinopril ACE inhibitor
doxazosin alpha adrenergic blocker
rosuvastatin calcium HMG CoA reductase inhibitor
benazepril ACE inhibitor
dessicated thyroid thyroid replacement
ramipril ACE inhibitor
valsartan angiotensin II antagonist
carvedilol alpha and beta blocker
quinapril ACE inhibitor
valsartan angiotensin II antagonist w/diuretic
phentermine anorexiant
lisinopril/HCTZ ACE inhibitor w/diuretic
amlodipine/benazepril ACE inhibitor/calcium channel blocker
losartan potassium angiotensin II antagonist
terazosin alpha blocker
lidocaine anesthetic
olmesartan angiotensin II antagonist
nitrofurantoin monohydrate antibiotic
tiotropium anticholinergic
olmesartan/HCTZ angiotensin II antagonist w/diuretic
clindamycin antibiotic
oxybutynin anticholinergic
irbesartan angiotensin II antagonist
mupirocin antibiotic
tolterodine tartrate anticholinergic
irbesartan/HCTZ angiotensin II antagonist w/diuretic
clotrimazole/betamethasone antibiotic/antifungal
losartan/HCTZ angiotensin II antagonist w/diuretic
ipratropium/albuteral anticholinergic bronchodilator
warfarin anticoagulant
memantine antidementia
buproprion HCl antidepressant
finasteride androgen hormone inhibitor
insulin glargine antidiabetic
trazadone antidepressant
sitagliptan antidiabetic agent
guaifenesin and codiene cough suppresant
promethazine supp antiemetic
insulin lispro antidiabetic
fluconazole antifungal
promethazine/codeine antiemetic/antitussive
allopurinol antigout
hydroxyzine antihistamine
ezetimibe antilipemic
chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone cough suppressant
fexofenadine antihistamine
fenofibrate antilipemic
olanzapine antipsychotic
carbidopa and levodopa antiparkinson
niacin antilipemic
quetiapine antipsychotic
sumatriptan antimigraine
gemfibrozil antilipemic
risperidone antipsychotic
methotexate antineoplastic
ezetimibe/simvastatin antilipemic/statin combo
aripiprazole antipsychotic
clopidogrel antiplatlet
metronidazole antiprotozoal
topiramate antiseizure
benzonatate antitussive
acyclovir antiviral
carbamazepine antiseizure
mirtazapine anxiolytic
amoxicillin/clauvanic acid augmented penicillin
gabapentin antiseizure
buspirone HCl anxiolytic
diazepam benzodiazepine
pregabalin antiseizure
albuterol beta adrenergic bronchodilator
temazepam benzodiazepine
lamotrigine antiseizure
albuterol oral beta adrenergic bronchodilator
clonazepam benzodiazepine
phenytoin sodium antiseizure
valacyclovir antiviral
lorazepam benzodiazepine
divalproex sodium antiseizure
metoprolol succinate beta blocker
alprazolam benzodiazepine
ethynil estradiol drospirenone birth control
metoprolol tartrate beta blocker
metformin biguanide
ethinyl estradiol norgestimate birth control
propranolol beta blocker
etonogestrel/ethynil estradiol birth control
alendronate bisphosphonate
atenolol beta blocker
felodipine ER calcium channel blocker
ibandronate bisphosphonate
ergocalciferol vitamin replacement
bisoprolol/HCTZ beta blocker w/diuretic
metformin ER biguanide
amlodipine calcium channel blocker
nebivolol beta blocker
risedronate bisphosphonate
verapamil SR calcium channel blocker
tizanidine centrally acting muscle relaxant
digoxin cardiac glycoside
diltiazem calcium channel blocker
carisoprodol centrally acting muscle relaxant
clonidine centrally acting antihypertensive
nifedipine calcium channel blocker
methocarbamol centrally acting muscle relaxant
prednisone corticosteroid
diltiazem CD calcium channel blocker
baclofen centrally acting muscle relaxant
mometasone corticosteroid
methylphenidate cerebral stimulant
cyclobenzaprine centrally acting muscle relaxant
methylprednisolone corticosteroid
donepezil cholinergic
triamterene/HCTZ diuretic
triamcinolone corticosteroid
potassium chloride electrolyte replacement
dextroamphetamine and amphetamine CNS stimulant
fluticasone propionate corticosteroid
metocolpramide GI stimulant
ranitidine H2-receptor antagonist
fluticasone and salmeterol corticosteroid
estrogen hormone replacement
famotidine H2-receptor antagonist
diclofenac NSAID
estradiol hormone replacement
pioglitazone hypoglycemic
nabumetone NSAID
raloxifene hormone treatment for osteoporosis
polyethylene glycol laxative
naproxen NSAID
montelukast leukotriene receptor antagonist
furosemide loop diuretic
ibuprofen NSAID
azithromycin macrolide antibiotic
tramadol narcotic analgesic
etodolac NSAID
olopatadine ocular antihistamine
isosorbide mononitrate nitrate vasodilator
meloxicam NSAID
methadone narcotic analgesic
omeprazole PPI
celecoxib NSAID COX-2 inhibitor
fentanyl opiate narcotic analgesic
spironolactone potassium sparing diuretic
lansoprazole PPI
oxycodone opioid analgesic
latanoprost prostoglandin ophthalmic
pantoprazole PPI
oxycodone/acetaminophen opioid analgesic combonation
levofloxacin quinolone antibiotic
rabeprazole PPI
hydrocodone/APAP opioid analgesic combination
ciprofloxacin quinolone antibiotic
esomeprazole PPI
acetaminophen/codeine opioid analgesic combonation
moxifloxacin quinolone antibiotic
eszopiclone sedative
butalbital/APAP/caffeine opioid analgesic combonation
sertraline SSRI
zolpidem sedative
varenicline smoking deterent
fluoxetine SSRI
glyburide sulfonylurea
venlafaxine SNRI
SMZ/TMP sulfa antibiotic
paroxetine SSRI
glipizide sulfonylurea
doxycycline tetracycline
escitalopram SSRI
glyburide/metformin sulfonylurea/biguanide
minocycline tetracylcine
citalopram SSRI
hydrochlorothiazide thiazide diuretic
dexlansoprazole PPI
glimepride sulfonylurea
levothyroxine thyroid replacement
sildenafil treatment of ED
amitriptyline tricyclic antidepressant
folic acid vitamin supplement
tadalafil treatment of ED
omega-3 fatty acid and multivitamins antilipemic
lisdexamfetamine dimesylate CNS stimulant
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