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Tera's Pharm

Endocrine system for pharmacology, medications

ClassificationGenericBrand
Thyroid agent levothyroxine (T4) Synthroid Levothroid Levoxyl Relieve the symptoms of hyperthyroidism
Insulin, rapid aspart Novolog Lower blood glucose levels
Insulin, short regular Humulin R Lower blood glucose levels
Insulin, intermediate isophane (NPH) Humulin N Lower blood glucose levels
Insulin, long glargine Lantus Lower blood glucose levels
Insulin, long detemir Levemir Lower blood glucose levels
Antidiabetic agents 2nd, sulfonylureas glimepiride Amaryl Increase insulin production in the pancreas
Antidiabetic agents 2nd, sulfonylureas glipizide Glucotrol, Glucotrol XL Increase insulin production in the pancreas
Antidiabetic agents 2nd, sulfonylureas glyburide Diabeta, Glynase Increase insulin production in the pancreas
Antidiabetic agents alpha-glucosidase inhibitors acarbose Precose Delays digestion of complex carbs
Antidiabetic agents Biguanides metformin Glucophage Decreases hepatic glucose production and enhances insulin uptake
Antidiabetic agents incretin therapies exenatide Byetta Mimics the action of the normally naturally occurring hormones in the GI tract
Antidiabetic agents incretin therapies sitagliptin Januvia Mimics the action of the normally naturally occurring hormones in the GI tract
Antidiabetic agents thiazolidinediones pioglitazone Actos Decreasing insulin resistance and improving sensitivity to insulin
Adrenal corticosteroids dexamethasone (Decadron)b Suppress the body's response to infection or trauma
Adrenal corticosteroids methylprednisolone Medrol Depo-Medrol Solu-Medrol Suppress the body's response to infection or trauma
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