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Adderall/dextroamphetamine CONTROLLED SCHEDULE 2
Hydromorphone/didaudid CONTROLLED schedule 2
Keppra/levetiracetam controlled schedule C4
Luminal/penobarbital CONTROLLED schedule 4
Lunesta/eszopiclone CONTROLLED schedule 4
Metadata/methylphenidate Controlled schedule 2
Ms contin/morphine Controlled schedule 2
Soma/carisoprodol Controlled schedule 4*
Sonata/zaleplon Controlled schedule 4
Valium/diazepam Controlled schedule 4
Lyrica/pregablin Controlled schedule 5
Rilatin/methylphenidate Controlled schedule 2
Vyvanse/lisdexamfetamine Controlled schedule 2
Concerta/methylphenidate Controlled schedule 2
Ultram/tramadol Controlled schedule 2
Targinig/oxycodone/naloxone Controlled schedule 2
Medications for PARKINSON'S Congentin/benztropine, parlodel/dromocriprine, requip/ropinirole
Medications for ALS Rilutek/ruluzole
Medications for "droppy face" Myasthenia gravis Acetylcholinesterase
Medications for pain persisting or increasing Aspirin, acetaminophen, nsaid
Opioid for mild to moderate pain Codeine
Opioid for mild to severe pain Morphine, oxycodone, fentanyl(patch)
Gout characteristics Affects single joints causing tophus(deposit of sodium irate) to form around the joint, occur in feet,ankles,knees,hand,and wrist
Rheumatoid arthritis characteristics Tender,warm,swollen of the joints,joint shiftness fatigue, feet and weight loss
Osteoarthritis characteristics Joints aching,soreness,pain after OD or long periods of inactivity, stiffness after periods, joint swelling
Otc drugs for sleep disorders Benadryl
Otc NSAIDS Advil,Motrin,aleve
Sympathetic nervous system Acetylcholine,norepinephrine,dopamine,glutamate,epinephrine(part of autonomic nervous system)
Therapeutic effects The desired action of a drug in the treatment of a particular disease state or symptoms
Side effects Secondary response to a drug other than the primary therapeutic effect for which the drug was intended
Psychological effect pertaining to the mind or to mental phenomena as the subject matter of psychology. of, pertaining to, dealing with, or affecting the mind, especially as a function of awareness, feeling, or motivation
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) Antinflammatory,analgesic,and antipyretic drug such as aspirin and ibuprofen that are not a controlled substance of steroids;used to treat arthritis and for other indications such as pain and inflammation
Nsaid Aspirin prototype, soon to be otc
Nsaid Interactive with oral hypoglycemia
Nsaid Increasing blood flow to skin by inhibiting PG sysnthesis
Nsaids Treat cramps
Nsaid take w/ food
Nsaids Take longer to reduce fever than other products
Nsaids Lead to some type of gastropathy
Nsaids Work peripherally, while opiates primary work centrally
Leathal dose of aspirin 10g
3x auto-immune disease Rheumatoid arthritis(RA), systemic lupus erythematosus(SLE), Multiple sclerosis(MS)
Created by: rockelle