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Chapter 26

GERD(Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease): Prescription and OTC drugs; digestive disorder that affects the lower esophageal sphincter. Heart burn or acid indigestion is caused by GERD many people control GERD by watching what they eat and taking OTC meds. Also treat ulcers.
Tagamet Cimetidine
Dexilant Dexiansoprazole
Nexium Esomeprozole
Pepcid Famotidine
Prevacid Lansoprazole
Axid Nizatindine
Prilosec Omeprazole
Aciphex Raberprozole Sodium
Zantac Ranitidine
(Used To Treat Ulcers) Axid Pepcid Tagament Zantac Nizatindine Famotidine Cimetidine Ranitidine
*Nausea and vomiting have drugs that can be either OTC or Prescription* Such as: Migraines, Gallstones, Intestinal Obstructions, and Irritation of stomach.
Dramamine Dimenhyrdinate
Kytril Granistetron
Anivert Meclizine
Reglan Metoclopramide
Zofran Ondansetron
Compazine Prochloerazine
Transderm-Scop Scopolamine
Phenergan Promethazine
Post-Operative Compazine Phenergan Tigan After surgery; For vomiting and nausea Prochloperazine Promethazine Trimethobenzamide
*Antihistamines used for Antiemetics* Anivert Dramamine Transderm- Scop(Dizziness) Meclizine Dimenhyrdinate Scopolamine
(Postemetogenic(Chemo.) Nausea) Kytril Granisetron
(H. Pylori Infection- spiral shaped bacterium found in the gastric mucus layer)
*Drug Regimens* Bismuth Subsalicylate Pepto- Bismol *Non-PPI Drug Regimem* + Metronidazole (Flagyl) 250 mg qid + Tetracycline 500 mg qid x 2 weeks + H2 receptor antagonist therapy UD x 4 weeks
Triple Drug Therapy Omeprazole 20 mg bid + clarithromycin 500 mg bid +amoxicillin 1 gm bid x 10 days PrevPak Iansoprazole 30 md + clarithromycin 500 mg bid + amoxicillin 1 gm bid x 10 days
*Double-Drug Therapy* Lansprazole 30 mg tid + amoxicillin 1 gm tid x 2 weeks
*Treat Diarrhea* Lomotil Imodium Diphenoxylate/ Atropine Lobermide
*Treat Constipation* Methamucil Psyllium
Difference between Kaopectate and Colace... Calcium and Sodium
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