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GI Pathopharm

Pathopharm Drugs for GI

QuestionAnswer
Bismuth subsalicylate Antidiarrheal
Diphenoxylate HCL Antidiarrheal
Loperamide HCL Antidiarrheal
Opium Antidiarrheal
Methyl cellulose Laxative
Calcium polycorbophil Laxative
Omeprazole Proton Pump Inhibitor
Esomeprazole Proton Pump Inhibitor
Iaansoprazole Proton Pump Inhibitor
Pantroprazole Proton Pump Inhibitor
Rabeprazole Proton Pump Inhibitor
Sucralfate coats lining of stomach
Misoprostol inhibit acid; increase mucus
Metoclopramide muscle contraction
Ranitidine H2 -receptor blocker
Cimetidine H2 -receptor blocker
Famotidine H2 -receptor blocker
Nizatidine H2 -receptor blocker
No antacids with this H2 -receptor blocker
Antacids okay with this Proton Pump Inhibitor
neutralizes by increasing pH of stomach Antacid
Aluminum hydroxide Antacid
Calcium carbonate Antacid
Magnesium hydroxide Antacid
Aluminum hydroxide Antacid
Sodium bicarbonate Antacid
Block H2 + decrease acid production H2 -receptor blocker
Slow GI motility by acting o nerve ends Antidiarrheal
Reduce acid secretion Proton Pump Inhibitor
Activated by food Proton Pump Inhibitor
Dicyclomine Anticholenergic
Alosteron Anticholenergic
Eluxadoline Anticholenergic
Azathioprine Immunosupressant
Methotexate Immunosupressant
Infliximab Immunosupressant
Sulfonamide sulfasalazine 5 ASA agent
Olsalazine 5 ASA agent
Mesalamine 5 ASA agent
Prednisone Glucocorticoid
Methylprednisolone Glucocorticoid
Hydrocortisone Glucocorticoid
Odansetron 5 HT Receptor
Dolasetron 5 HT Receptor
Palonosetron 5 HT Receptor
Phenothiazine Dopamine Receptor
Prochloparazine Dopamine Receptor
Promethazine Dopamine Receptor
Trimethobenzamide Dopamine Receptor
Dimenhydronate Antihistimine
Meclizine Antihistimine
Diphenhydramine Antihistimine
Treatment for emesis: 5HT Receptor drugs, Dopamine Receptor drugs, H1 Receptor drugs (anticholenergic +antihistimines)
Treatment for GERD: PPI + H2
Treatment for PUD: Antibiotic for H. pylori PPI H2 Antacids Sucralfate Misprostol Metoclopramide
Treatment for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (UC + CD) immunosupressants 5 ASA Glucocorticoids
Treatment for IBS: Anticholenergic Constipation
Pancrelipase Pancreatic Enzyme Replacement
Treatment for pancreatitis: Pancrelipase