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Top 200 Rx Drugs

Week #11 (1-110)

Brand /Trade Name of DrugGeneric Name of DrugDrug ClassificationIndication or Use
Abilify aripiprazole Antipsychotic Schizophrenia
AcipHex rabeprazole PPI GERD
Actos pioglitazone Thiazolidinedione Diabetes mellitus type 2
ActosPlus Met pioglitazone–metformin Biguanide/thiazolidinedione Diabetes mellitus type 2
Adderall XR dextroamphetamine– amphetamine Amphhetamine ADHD
Advair Diskus fluticasone–salmeterol b2-Agonist–corticosteroid Asthma-COPD
Aggrenox aspirin–dipyridamole Antiplatelet Thrombotic stroke prevention
Alphagan P brimonidine tartrate a-Agonist Glaucoma
Altace ramipril ACE inhibitor Hypertension
Ambien zolpidem Gamma-aminobutyric acid-ergic agionist Insomnia
Amoxil amoxicillin Penicillin antibiotic Bacterial Infection
Androgel testosterone topical Androgen Hypoganadism
Aricept donepezil Alzheimer’s disease; dementia Alzheimer’s disease
Arimidex anastrozole Hormonal oncologic Cancer
Armour Thyroid Thyroid Thyroid hormone replacement Hypothyroidism
Asacol mesalamine Inflammatory bowel disease Ulcerative colitis
Asmanex Twisthaler mometasone corticosteroid Asthma
Astelin azelastine Histamine-1 receptor (Hı) receptor inhibitor Respiratory allergies
Atacand candesartan cilexetil ARB (Angiotensin II receptor blocker) Hypertension
Ativan lorazepam Benzodiazepine Anxiety
Augmentin amoxicillin–clavulanate Penicillin combination antibiotic Bacterial infection
Avalide irbesartan–hydrochorothiazide ARB–thiazide combination Hypertension
Avelox moxifloxacin Quinolone antibiotic Bacterial infection
Avapro Irbesartan ARB (Angiotensin II receptor blocker) Hypertension
Avodart dutasteride 5-alpha reductase inhibitor BPH
Bactrim or Septra trimethoprim–sulfamethoxazole Sulfa antibiotic Bacterial infection
Bactroban mupirocin Topical antibacterial Skin infection
Beconase AQ beclomethasone Corticosteroid Allergic rhinitis
Benicar olmesartan ARB Hypertension
Benicar HCT olmesartan–hydrochlorothiazide ARB–thiazide combination Hypertension
BenzaClin clindamycin–benzoyl peroxide Topical antibiotic Acne
Boniva ibandronate Bisphosphonate Osteoporosis
Byetta exenatide GLP-1 receptor agonist Diabetes mellitus type 2
Bystolic nebivolol Beta-blocker Hypertension
Caduet amlodipine–atorvastatin CCB–HMG CoA reductase inhibitor combination Hypertension and hyperlipidemia
Catapress-TTS clonidine Alpha-blocker Hypertension
Celebrex celecoxib COX-2 inhibitor Inflammation
Celexa citalopram SSRI Depression
Chantix varenicline Partial cholinergic nicotinic Smoking cessation agonist
Cheratussin AC codeine–guaifenesin Antitussive and expectorant Expectorant and cough combination suppressant
Cialis tadalafil PDE5 inhibitor Erectile dysfunction
Cipro ciprofloxacin Quinolone antibiotic Bacterial infection
Ciprodex Otic ciprofloxacin–dexamethasone Quinolone–corticosteroid Bacterial external ear infection
Cleocin clindamycin Antibacterial Bacterial infection
Combivent ipratropium–albuterol Anticholinergic–b2-agonist Asthma
Concerta methylphenidate Central nervous system stimulant ADHD
Coreg carvedilol Beta-blocker Hypertension
Cosopt dorzolamide–timolol Beta-blocker–carbonic Glaucoma anhydrase inhibitor
Coumadin warfarin Vitamin K antagonist Anticoagulation
Cozaar losartan ARB Hypertension
Crestor rosuvastatin HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor Hyperlipidemia
Cymbalta duloxetine SNRI Depression
Deltasone prednisone Corticosteroid Inflammation
Depakote ER divalproex sodium Neurologic Bipolar disorder; migraine headache: seizure disorder
Desyrel trazodone Serotonin reuptake inhibitor Insomnia depression
Detrol LA tolterodine GU antispasmodic Incontinence
Differin adapalene Retinoid Acne vulgaris
Diflucan fluconazole Antifungal Fungal infection
Dilantin phenytoin Hydantoin Status epilepticus
Diovan valsartan ARB Hypertension
Diovan HCT valsartan–hydrochlorothiazide ARB–thiazide combination Hypertension
Dyazide triamterene–hydrochlorothiazide Potassium sparing–thiazide Hypertension combination
Effexor venlafaxine SNRI Depression
Elavil amitriptyline TCA Depression
Enablex darifenacin GU antispasmodics Overactive bladder
EpiPen epinephrine Catecholamine Anaphylaxis
Esidrix hydrochlorothiazide Thiazide diuretic Hypertension
Evista raloxifene SERM Osteoporosis
Flexeril cyclobenzaprine Muscle relaxant Skeletal muscle relaxant
Flomax Tamsulosin Alpha-blocker BPH
Flonase fluticasone Corticosteroid Allergic rhinitis
Flovent HFA fluticasone Corticosteroid Asthma
Fluzone influenza vaccine Influenza vaccine Influenza
Focalin XR dexmethylphenidate Central nervous system stimulant ADHD
Folic acid vitamin B9 Vitamin Dietary supplement
Fosamax alendronate Biphosphonate Osteoporosis
Fosamax Plus D alendronate with vitamin D Biphosphonate Osteoporosis
Geodon ziprasidone Antipsychotic Schizophrenia
Gianvi drospirenone–ethinyl estradiol Monophasic oral contraceptive Oral contraceptive
Glucophage metformin Biguanide Diabetes mellitus type 2
Glucotrol glipizide Sulfonylurea Diabetes mellitus type 2.
GlycoLax polyethylene glycol 3350 Osmotic laxative Constipation
Humalog insulin lispro Insulin Diabetes mellitus
Humulin N insulin NPH Insulin Diabetes mellitus
Hyzaar losartan–hydrochlorothiazide ARB–thiazide combination Hypertension
Imitrex sumatriptan Serotonin 5-HT1 receptor Migraine headache
Januvia sitagliptin DPP-4 inhibitor Diabetes mellitus type 2
K-Dur Klor-Con Klor-Con M Micro K potassium chloride Electrolyte Potassium supplement
Kariva desogestrel–ethinyl estradiol Monophasic oral contraceptive Oral contraceptive
Keflex cephalexin Cephalosporin antibiotic Bacterial infection
Keppra levetiracetam Antiepileptic Seizure
Klonopin clonazepam Benzodiazepine Seizure
Lamictal lamotrigine Antiepileptic Bipolar disorder
Lanoxin digoxin Cardiac glycoside Arrhythmia; myocardial infarction
Lantus insulin glargine Insulin Diabetes mellitus
Lasix furosemide Loop diuretic Hypertension
Lescol XL fluvastatin HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor Hyperlipidemia
Levaquin levofloxacin Quinolone antibiotic Bacterial infection
Levitra vardenafil PDE5 inhibitor Erectile disfunction
Lexapro escitalopram SSRI Depression
Lidoderm lidocaine Analgesic Neuralgia
Lipitor atorvastatin HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor Hyperlipidemia
Loestrin Fe24 norethindrone–ethinyl estradiol Monophasic oral contraceptive Oral contraceptive
Lopressor metoprolol tartrate Beta-blocker Hypertension
Lovaza omega-3-acid ethyl esters Estrified fish oils Hypertriglyceridemia
Lovenox enoxaparin Low-molecular heparin DVT prophylaxis
Lumigan bimatoprost Prostaglandin analogs Glaucoma
Lunesta eszopiclone Nonbenzodiazepine hypnotic Insomnia
Lyrica pregabalin Neurologic Neuropathic pain
Maxzide triamterene–hydrochorothiazide Potassium sparring–thiazide Hypertension diuretic


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