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Most Common Prescription Drugs

lipitor (atorvastatin calcium) antilipidemic
singulair ( montelukast sodium) antiasthmatic
lexapro (escitalopram; simvastatin) antidepressant
nexium (esomeprazole) antiulcer
synthroid hormone replacement (thyroid)
plavix (clopidogrel bisulfate) platelet aggregation inhibitor
toprol xl antihypertensive
prevacid antacid/antiulcer
vytorin (ezetimibe) antilipidemic / lowers choesterol
advair diskus (salmeterol xinafoate) antiasthmatic
zyrtec ( antihistamines
effexor xr antidepressant
protonix antacid/antiulcer
diovan (calsartan hydrochlorothiazide) antihypertensive
fosamax bone re-absorption inhibitor
zetia (ezetimibe) antilipedimic / lowers cholesterol
crestor (rosucastatin) antilipedimic / lowers cholesterol
levaquin (levofloxcine) antibiotic
diovan htc (valsartan) antihypertensive
klor-con potassium supplement
cymbalta (duloxetine) antidepressant
actos (piolitazone) antidiabetic / oral hypoglycemic
premarin tabs hormone replacement (estrogen)
ProAir HFA (albuteral) antiasthmatic / bronchodilator
celebrex ( celecoxib) anti-inflammatory (NSAID) / antiarthritic
flomax treats benign prostatic hyperplasia
seroquel (quetiapine) antipsychotic
norvasc antihypertensive
nasonex (mometasone) anti-inflammatory corticosteroid (nasal spray)
tricor antilipidemic
lantus solo star (insulin glargine) diabetes mellitus; long acting hormone replacement (insulin)
viagra (sildenafil) treats erectile dysfunction
altave antihypertensive
yasmine 28 oral contraceptive
levoxyl hormone replacement (thyroid)
adderall XR amphetamine, treats (ADHD) and narcolepsy
lotrel antihypertensive
actonel treats and prevents osteoporosis
ambien CR (zolpidem tartrate) hypnotic (sleep aid) controlled release
cozaar antihypertensive
coreg antihypertensive
valtrex antiviral
lyrica (pregabalin) anti-convulsant; peripheral neuropathy
concerta (methylphnidate) central nervous system stimulant
ambien hypnotic (sleep aid)
risperdal antipsychotic
digitek antiarrythmic
topamax anticonvulsant
chantix anti-smoking
avandia antidiabetic
metformin (glucophage) diabetes
oxycontin (oxycodone) narcotic analgesic; extended release
abilify ( aripiprazole) antipsychotic
zyprexa (olanzapine) antipsychotic
spiriva (tiotropium inhalation) anticholinergic agent; prevents bronchospasm
aricept (donepezil) alzheimer's dz
januvia (sitagliptin) oral hypoglycemic / diabetes
suboxone (buprenorphine and naloxone) opiate analgesic
novalog (insulin aspart) diabetes mellitus
atripla (efavirenz, emrticitabine, and tenofovir) antiviral; HIV
tricor (fenofibrate) antilipidemic / lowers cholesterol
provigil (modafinil) stimulant to treat sleep apnea or narcolepsy
geodon oral (ziprasidone) antipsychotic
lunesta (eszoplicone) hypnotic; sleep agent
liboderm (lidocain topical) topical analgesic
vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) CNS stimulant; ADHD
aciphex (rabeprazole) antacid; GERD
lovenox (enoxaparin) anticoagulant
truvada (emtricitabine and tenofovir) antiviral; combination therapy for HIV
niaspan (nicotinic acid) b vitamin; antilipidemic; lowers choelsterol
humalog (lispro insulin) diabetes mellitus; fast acting insulin
cialis (tadalafi) erectile dysfunction
namenda (mematine) alzheimers dz
symbicort (budesonide and formoterol) bronchodilator
flovent HFA (fluticasone HFA) corticolsteroid inhaler; anti-inflammatory



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