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Drug Sheet 3/18

Vytorin Brand name for ezetimibe/ simvastin
ezetimibe/ simvastin Generic name for Vytorin
Antihyperlipidemic Drug class for Vytorin (ezetimbe/ simvastin)
Treatment of high cholesterol Indicated use for Vytorin (ezetimibe/ simvastin)
Tablets: 10mg/10mg, 10mg/20mg, 10mg/40mg, 10mg/60mg, 10mg/80mg Strengths and forms for Vytorin (ezetimibe/ simvastin)
Nasonex Brand name for for mometasone
mometasone Generic name for Nasonex
Anti-inflammatory Drug class for Nasonex (mometasone)
Niaspan Brand name for niacin
niacin generic name for Niaspan
Antilipemic Drug class for Niaspan (niacin)
Treatment of allergies Indicated use for Nasonex (mometasone)
Nasal spray: 50mcg/spray 17mL bottle Strengths and forms for Nasonex (mometasone)
Shake well before using Special notes for Nasonex (mometasone)
Extended-release capsules: 500mg, 750mg, 1000mg Strengths and forms for Niaspan (niacin)
Do not crush, chew, or split Can cause flushing Special notes for Niaspin (niacin)
Lidoderm Brand name for lidocaine transdermal
lidocaine transdermal Generic name for Lidoderm
Topical anisthetic Drug class for Lidoderm (lidocaine transdermal)
Nerve pain after (shingles) Indicated use for Lidoderm (lidocaine transdermal)
Transdermal patch 5% 30 patches per box Indicated use for Lidoderm (lidocaine transdermal)
Do not apply to open sores or rash, wash hands after applying, remove patch after 12 hours Special notes for Lidoderm (lidocaine transdermal)
Aciphex Brand name for reberazole sodium
reberazole sodium Generic name for Aciphex
Proton pump inhibitor Drug class for Aciphex (reberazole sodium)
GERD Indicated use for Aciphex (reberazole sodium)
What does GERD stand for? Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
Sprinkle DR capsule: 5mg, 10mg DR capsule: 2omg Strengths and forms for Aciphex (reberazole sodium)
Do not crush, chew, or split Special notes for Aciphex (reberazole sodium)
Created by: mariaalexia93



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