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Chapter 13

QuestionAnswer
Montelukast Singular
Albuterol / Ipratropium Combivent
Alprazolam Xanax
Lorazepam Ativan
Diazepam Valium
Donazepam Klonopin
Latanaprost Xalatan
Conjugated Estrogen Premarin
Sitagliptin Januvia
Warfarin Coumadin
Clopidagrel Plavix
Lisinopril Zestril
Trimethoprim / Sulfimethoxiziole Bactrim / Septra
Clarithromycin Biaxin
Azithromycin Zithromax
Amoxicillin / Clavulanic Acid Augmentin
Oxycodone / Hydrocloride Acetaminophen Percocet
Olopatadine Patanol
Aluminum Hydroxide/ Magnesium Carbonate Maalox / Mylanta
Atorvastatin Lipitor
Escitalopram Lexapro
The ________ designates non-proprietary names for drugs ? USAN
A drugs name that describes its structure and compounds is its ______ name ? Chemical
What is another name for a non-proprietary drug ? Generic drug
An antipyretic is a drug used to reduce fever. Which of the following drugs are antipyretic? Acetaminophen & Ibuprofen
Whichof the following OTC medications does not possess anti-inflammatory properties? Acetaminophen/ Tylenol
Which are the following are signs of an overdose of aspirin? GI upset Bleeding Ringing in the ears
Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs are used to treat inflammation. Which is not an NSAID ? Meperidine
Which of the following is not a NSAID ? Colchicine
If a patient taking warfarin (Coumadin) which of the following OTC pain medications would be safest ? Acetaminophen- Tylenol
Which of the following drug classifications should be taken with food or milk to avoid stomach distress ? NSAID
Which of the following is safe to take of a patient has peptic ulcer disease ? Acetaminophen- Tylenol
Which of the following is an indication for an NSAID ? Pain Fever Inflammation
Which of the following is a naturally occurring opiate agonist drug ? Morohine
Cocaine is the first recognized local anesthetic. It is a controlled substance because of its potential for addiction. What is the DEA schedule for cocaine ? C-II
What are the two ingredients in Percocet? Oxycodone & acetaminophen
MS Contin is an opiate agonist analgesic used to treat severe pain. What is the generic name for MS Contin ? Morphine Sulfate
If patient experienced shortness of breath when taking cephalexin , which drug allergy would be appropriate to enter into the pharmacy computer system ? Cephalosporins
What is the generic name for Augmentin? Amoxicillin-ClavulanicAcid
Which of the following should not be given to children younger than 18 ? Fluroquinolones (can cause tendon damage)
What is the generic name for Zithromax ? Azithromycin
In which classification of medications does acyclovir belong ? Anti-Viral
Which of the following drugs would be used to treat a urinary tract infection ? Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole Phenaxopyridine
If a patients electronic medical record includes a history of alcohol abuse, which of the following medications would cause alarm ? Metronidazole
Created by: Lhurt2