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Drug Stems and class

chap 18 pt 1 drug stems and classes

-alol Combined Alpha and Beta blockers
-andr- Androgens
-anserin Serotonin 5-HT2 receptor antagonists
-arabine Antineoplastics (arabinofuranosyl derivatives)
-ase Enzymes
-azepam Antianxiety agents (diazepam types)
-azosin Antihypertensive (prazosin type)
-bactam Beta-lactamase inhibitors
-bamate Tranquilizers/ antiepileptics
-barb Barbituric acid derivatives
-butazone anti-inflammatory analgesics (phenylbutazone type)
-caine local anesthetics
-cef Cephalosporins
-cillin Penicillins
-conazole antifungals (miconazole type)
-cort- cortisone derivatives
-curium Neuromuscular blocking agents
-cycline Antibiotics (tetracycline types)
-dralazine Antihypertensives (hydrazine-phthalazines)
-erg Ergot alkaloid derivatives
estr- Estrogens
-fibrate Antihyperlipidemics
-flurane inhalation anesthetics
-gest Progestins
-irudin Anticoagulents (hirudin type)
-leukin interleukin-2 derivatives
-lukast Leukotriene antagonists
-mab Monoclonal antibodies
-mantadine Antivirals
-monam monobactam antibiotics
-mustine Antineoplastics
-mycin Antibiotics
-olol Beta blockers (propranolol type)
-olone Steroids
-oxacin Antibiotics (quinolone derivatives)
-pamide diuretics (sulfamoylbenzoic acid derivatives)
-pamil Coronary vasodialators
-parin heparin derivatives
-peridol antipsychotics (haloperidol type)
-poetin erythropoietins
-pramine antidepressants (imipramine type)
-pred prednisone derivatives
-pril antihypertensives (ACE inhibitors)
-profen Anti-inflammatory/ analgesic agents (ibuprofen type)
-rubicin antineoplastic antibiotics (daunorubicin type)
-sartan Angiotensin II receptor antagonists
-sertron serotonin 5-HT3 receptor antagonists
-sulfa antibiotics (sulfonamide derivatives)
-terol Bronchodilators (phenethylamine derivatives)
-thiazide Diuretics (thiazide derivatives)
-tiazem calcium channel blockers (diltiazem derivatives)
-tocin Oxytocin derivatives
-trexate antimetabolites (folic acid derivatives)
-triptyline antidepresants
-vastatin antihyperlipidemics (HMG-CoA inhibitors)
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