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GenericBrandUse or Description
acetaminophen w/ codeine Tylenol/codeine C-III
acetaminophen/ dichloralphenazone/ isometheptene Midrin cramps
acyclovir Zovirax antiviral (Herpes Simplex and Varicella Zoster)
amoxicillin Amoxil antibiotic penicillin
amoxicillin/clavulanate Augmentin antibiotic penicillin with beta-lactamase inhibitor
aspirin [ASA] Ecotrin pain, inflammation, fever
aspirin 81 mg Ecotrin Low Strength platelets
atracurium Tracrium® neuromuscular blocking agent
benzocaine Anbesol mouth sores
benzocaine Dermoplast skin pain
benzoyl peroxide Benzac acne
bismuth subsalicylate Pepto-Bismol upset stomach, heartburn, and nausea- diarrhea & prevention of travelers' diarrhea
Buprenorphine Buprenex, Subutex C-III
buprenorphine/naloxone Suboxone C-III
butenafine Lotrimin Ultra fungus infections: athlete's foot, jock itch, and ringworm
butorphanol Stadol C-IV
calcium carbonate Tums heartburn (GERD)
cefazolin Ancef antibiotic cephalosporin
cefdinir Omnicef antibiotic cephalosporin
ceftriaxone Rocephin antibiotic cephalosporin
cefuroxime Ceftin antibiotic cephalosporin
cephalexin Keflex antibiotic cephalosporin
ciprofloxacin Cipro antibiotic fluoroquinolone
cisatracurium Nimbex® neuromuscular blocking agent
clarithromycin Biaxin antibiotic macrolide
clindamycin Cleocin antibiotic lincosamide
clotrimazole was Lotrimin-now generic fungus infections: athlete's foot, jock itch, and ringworm
Codeine Codeine C-II
dantrolene Dantrium® malignant hyperthermia from anesthesia
dextromethorphan Robitussin dry cough
diazepam Valium benzodiazepine (C-IV)
docosanol Abreva cold sore
docusate sodium Colace constipation
doxacurium Nuromax® neuromuscular blocking agent
doxycycline Doryx antibiotic tetracycline
doxycycline Vibramycin antibiotic tetracycline
famciclovir Famvir antiviral for herpes
famotidine Pepcid heartburn (GERD)
fentanyl Duragesic, Sublimaze C-II
ferrous sulfate Ferosol, Fer-In-Sol anemia
fexofenadine Allegra allergy
fexofenadine / pseudoephedrine Allegra D allery and decongestion
fluconazole Diflucan antifungal
flumazenil Romazicon® benzodiazepine overdose
folic acid Vitamin B9 vitamin supplement
guaifenesin DM Mucinex DM, Robitussin DM cough
hydrocodone / acetaminophen Vicodin C-II
hydrocortisone Cortizone 10 skin inflammation
hydromorphone Dilaudid C-II
ibuprofen Advil, Motrin pain, inflammation, fever
ketoconazole Nizoral antifungal
levofloxacin Levaquin antibiotic fluoroquinolone
levonorgestrel Plan B One-Step contraception after unprotected sex
lidocaine Lidoderm Patch, Xylocaine anesthetic local (neuropathic pain)
lidocaine Solarcaine sunburn pain
loperamide Imodium diarrhea
loratadine Claritin allergy
loratadine-D Claritin-D allery and decongestion
lorazepam Ativan benzodiazepine (C-IV)
magnesium hydroxide Milk of Magnesia constipation, heartburn, upset stomach, or indigestion
meclizine Dramamine nausea, vomiting, and dizziness caused by motion sickness
meperidine Demerol C-II
metronidazole Flagyl antibiotic and antiprotozoal
midazolam Versed benzodiazepine (C-IV)
minocycline Minocin antibiotic tetracycline
mivacurium Mivacron® neuromuscular blocking agent
mometasone Nasonex allergies, asthma
morphine Kadian, MS Contin C-II
moxifloxacin Avelox antibiotic fluoroquinolone
mupirocin Bactroban Rx antibiotic cream
naloxone Narcan® opioid overdose
naproxen Aleve pain, inflammation, fever
naproxen Naprosyn pain, inflammation, fever
Neomycin / Polymyxin B /Bacitracin Neosporin skin infection
nitrofurantoin Macrobid antibiotic for UTI (urinary tract infection)
nystatin Mycolog antifungal
nystatin Mycostatin antifungal
nystatin Nystop antifungal
omeprazole Prilosec heartburn (GERD)
oseltamivir Tamiflu antiviral for influenza A and B
oxycodone OxyIR, Oxycontin C-II
oxycodone/acetaminophen Percocet C-II
oxymetazoline Afrin congestion
penicillin Veetids antibiotic penicillin
permethrin Elimite lice treatment
phenazopyridine Uristat burning upon urination
phenylephrine NeoSynephrine congestion
phenylephrine Sudafed PE congestion
piperacillin / tazobactam Zosyn antibiotic penicillin with beta-lactamase inhibitor
polyethylene glycol (PEG) 3350 MiraLax constipation
Polymyxin B /Bacitracin Polysporin skin infection
pseudoephedrine Sudafed congestion
pyrazinamide PZA antituberculosis
ranitidine Zantac heartburn (GERD)
rocuronium Zemuron® neuromuscular blocking agent
senna Senokot constipation
succinylcholine Anectine® neuromuscular blocking agent
succinylcholine Quelicin® neuromuscular blocking agent
sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim Bactrim antibiotic sulfa
sumatriptan Imitrex 5-HT1 receptor agonist for migraine
tetracycline Sumycin antibiotic tetracycline
tramadol Ultram C-IV
tramadol/acetaminophen Ultracet C-IV
triamcinolone Nasacort allergies, asthma
valacyclovir Valtrex antiviral herpes
vancomycin Vancocin antibiotic glycopeptide
vecuronium Norcuron® neuromuscular blocking agent
zanamivir Relenza antiviral for influenza A and B
acetaminophen [APAP] Tylenol pain, fever
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