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BrandGenericIndicationFormAdult DosingPediatric DosingMOA
Cartia XT, Tiazac, Dilacor XR, Cardizem LA Diltiazem HTN, angina, arrhythmia Tablet (ER), Capsule ER, IV 120 - 540 mg QD, 0.25 mg/kg in 2 min CCB
Coreg, Coreg CR Carvedilol HTN, MI, HF Tablet, Capsule ER 6.25 - 100 mg QD Beta Blocker
Cozaar Losartan HTN, diabetic nephropathy Tablet 12.5 - 100 mg QD, Children: 50 mg QD ARB
Digitek, Lanoxin, Lanoxicap Digoxin Atrial fibrillation, HF Tablet, IV 62.5-500 mcg QD Premature and older: 3-18.8 mcg/kg QD Cardiac Glycoside. Na/K ATPase pump blocker
Diovan Valsartan HTN, MI, HF Tablet 40 - 320 mg QD, Children: 40 mg QD ARB
Enbrel Etanercept Spondylitis, psoriasis, RA Subcutaneous Adults & Children: 50 mg/weekly TNF inhibitor
Humira Adalimumab Ankylosing spondylitis, Crohn disease, juvenile idiopathic arthritis, plaque psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis Subcutaneous 40 mg Q alt WK; Ulcerative colitis: 160 mg day 1, 80 mg 2 weeks later Crohn's (6 YO): 80-160 mg day 1, 40-80 mg 2 weeks later; Juvenile idiopathic arthritis (2 YO): 10-40 mg Q alt WK TNF inhibitor
Imdur, Ismo, Isordil Isosorbide (Mono-, Di-nitrate) Angina Tablet (ER), Capsule ER, Sublingual Tablet 20 - 60 mg QD Dephosphorylation of myosin light chains
Lopressor Metoprolol Tartrate HTN, MI, angina Tablet (ER), IV 100 - 450 mg QD, MI: 5 mg in 2 min intervals, Children: 200 mg QD Beta Blocker
Lotensin Benazepril HTN Tablet 10 - 40 mg QD, Children: 40 mg QD ACE Inhibitor
Norvasc Amlodipine HTN, angina Tablet 5 - 10 mg QD, Children: 2.5 - 5 mg QD CCB
Prinivil, Zestril Lisinopril HTN, MI, HF Tablet 5 - 40 mg QD, Children: 5 mg QD ACE Inhibitor
Remicade Infliximab Spondylitis, Crohn's Disease, psoriasis, RA, colitis IV 3 – 5 mg/kg week 0, 2, 6, six weeks after that, Children: 5 mg/kg week 0, 2, 6 TNF Inhibitor
Tenormin Atenolol HTN, MI, angina Tablet 25 - 100 mg QD Beta Blocker
Toprol XL Metoprolol Succinate HTN, HF, angina Tablet (ER), IV 25 - 200 mg QD, Children: 50 - 200 mg QD Beta Blocker
Vasotec Enalapril HTN, HF, asymptomatic left ventricular dysfunction Tablet, IV 2.5-20 mg BID; IV: 1.25 mg Q6’ over 5 min period 1 mo-16 YO: 0.08 mg/kg QD; max 5 mg/day ACE Inhibitor
Avapro Irbesartan HTN, diabetic nephropathy Tablet 150 - 300 mg QD ARB
Benicar Olmesartan HTN Tablet 20 - 40 mg QD, Children: 10 - 40 mg ARB
Bystolic Nebivolol HTN Tablet 5 - 40 mg QD N/A Beta Blocker
Calan, Isoptin, Covera HS Verapamil SR HTN, angina, arrhythmia Tablet (ER), Capsule ER, IV 120 - 540 mg QD, 0.075 - 0.15 mg/kg in 2 min CCB
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