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pharmacology Group a

match the generic drug names to their family

family namedrugs
non-narcotic analgesics salicylates (ASA) Acetaminophen Ibuprofen Naproxen
Narcotic analgesics codeine meperidine hydrochloride oxycodone/ASA oxycodone/acetaminophen
Minor tranuillizers diazepam hydroxyzine lorazepam oxazepam
sedative/hypnotics secobarbitol pentobarbitol flurazepam
anit-infammatory cortinsone prednisone hydrocortisone
anitbiotics penicillin amoxicillin erythromycin tetracycine
anti-fungals nystatin
topical anesthetic lidocaine
local anesthetic lidocaine mepivicaine prilocaine (no epi)
general anesthetic nitous oxide halothane sodium pentothal
hemostatic/coagulants gelatin sponge oxidized cellulose atropine sulfate tannic acid.