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Pharmacology Exam 1


Therapeutic classificationGeneric drug names
Opioid (analgesics) morphine sulfate codeine
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (analgesics) aspirin ibuprofen acetaminophen (not an NSAID)
Antituberculars isoniazid pyridoxine (vitamin B6)
Opiate-Related (antidiarrheals) diphenoxylate
Antibacterial (antidiarrheals) metronidazole
Bulk-forming (laxatives) psyllium
Stimulants (laxatives) bisacodyl
Stool softeners (laxatives) docusate
Antiemetics metoclopramide
5-HT3 Antagonists (antiemetics) ondansetron
Antacids (anti-ulcer) aluminum hydroxide magnesium hydroxide
Proton-pump inhibitors (anti-ulcer) omeprazole
Histamine H2-receptor antagonists (anti-ulcer) ranitidine
Anti-infectives (H. pylori agents) (anti-ulcer) metronidazole
Immunizing agents (adult) Influenza Pneumonia
Thiazide & thiazide-like (diuretics) hydrochlorothiazide
Loop (diuretics) furosemide
Potassium-sparing (diuretics) spironolactone
Platelet aggregation inhibitors (antiplatelet) aspirin clopidogrel
Coumarin (anticoagulants) warfarin
Heparin (anticoagulants) Heparin
Low molecular weight heparin (anticoagulants) enoxaparin
Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme (ACE) inhibitors (antihypertensives) captopril
Angiotensin II Receptor Antagonists (antihypertensives) valsartan
Beta-blockers (antihypertensives) propranolol
Calcium Channel Blockers (antihypertensives) diltiazem
Thiazide diuretics (anithypertensives) hydrochlorothiazide furosemide spironolactone
Nitrates (antianginals) nitroglycerin
Calcium channel blockers (antianginals) diltiazem
Beta-blockers (antianginals) propanolol
Cardiac glycoside digoxin
HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors "Statins" (Lipid-Lowering Agents) atorvastatin simvastatin
Antihistamines (Sedative/Hypnotics) diphenhydramine
Benzodiazepines (Sedative/Hypnotics) diazepam
Non-Benzodiazepines (Sedative/Hypnotics) zolpidem
Beta-blockers (Opthalmic Agents) timolol maleate
Cholinergics (ophthalmic agents) pilocarpine
Anti-infective (topical) (dermatologic agents) baciguent
Antifungal (dermatologic agents) mycostatin
Antiviral (dermatologic agents) acyclovir
Topical corticosteroids (dermatologic agents) hydrocortisone
Biguanide (oral antidiabetic agents) metformin
Sulfonylureas (oral antidiabetic agents) glipizide
Rapid onset insulin (antidiabetic agents) lispro
Short acting insulin (antidiabetic agents) Regular
Long acting insulin (antidiabetic agents) glargine
Intermediate insulin (antidiabetic agents) Humulin N
Biphosphonates (bone resorption inhibitors) Alendronate
Anticholinergics (urinary urgency drugs) Oxybutynin
Alpha-adrenergic Antagonist (urinary urgency drugs) Tamsulosin
Created by: krutler