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Respiratory Drugs

Most common

Generic NameBrand Name Indication
Cetirizine Zyrtec Allergies, antihistamine, 2nd generation
Loratadine-D Claritin-D Allergies, antihistamine, 2nd generation, -(a)tadine =H1 receptor antagonist, loratadine derivative
Pseudoephedrine Sudafed Decongestant (BTC)
Phenylephrine Neo-synephrine… Sudafed-PE Decongestant (OTC)
Oxymetazoline Afrin Decongestant
Triamcinolone Nasacort Allergies, rhinitis, inflammation, steroid. (-olone and -onide = steroid)
Loratadine Claritin, alavert Allergies, antihistamine, 2nd generation
Guaifenesin/ Dextromethorphan Robitussin DM Mucolytic
Guaifenesin/Codeine Cheratussin AC Mucolytic
Methylprednisolone Medrol Corticosteroid, inflammation (oral), (-olone and -onide = steroid)
Prednisone Deltasone Corticosteroid, inflammation (oral)
Budesonide/Formoterol Symbicort Asthma , Steroid and long acting beta-2 agonist, bronchodilator
Fluticasone/salmeterol Advair diskus Asthma, Steroid and long acting beta-2 agonist, bronchodilator
Fluticasone Flonase (nasal), Flovent (oral) Asthma , Nasal / oral cortical steroid
Albuterol Proair, Ventolin, proventil Asthma , Short acting rescue inhaler, beta-2 agonist, (-terol = bronchodilator)
Ipratropium/Albuterol DuoNeb … Combivent Asthma , Anticholinergic / beta-2 agonist, (-tropium =antichlorgenic)
Tiotropium Spiriva Asthma , Anticholinergic alone (long acting), (-tropium =antichlorgenic)
Montelukast Singulair Asthma, Leukotriene inhibitor
Omalizumab Xolair monoclonal antibody, reduce sensitivity to allergens, control severe allergic asthma, which does not respond to high doses of corticosteroids
Epinephrine Epipen Anaphylactic shock, bronchodilator
Diphenhydramine Benadryl Allergies, antihistamine, 1st generation
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