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mm2018-name use

thru Neuro 2

druguse
lithium carbonate bipolar disorder
alprazolam anxiety disorder
amitriptyline depression
amphetamine and dextroamphetamine sulfate ADHD and narcolepsy
baclofen muscle relaxer for spasticity, hiccups
betaxolol glaucoma (elevated intraocular pressure - chronic open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension
bupropion depression/smoking cessation
buspirone anxiety disorder
carbamazepine seizure disorder
carbidopa/ levodopa Parkinson's
chlorpromazine conventional antipsychotic
"diazepam anxiety disorder (PO),
sedation (PO), status epilepticus (IV), ,muscle relaxer"
donepezil Alzheimer’s disease
echothiophate glaucoma Chronic open-angle glaucoma.
fentanyl General anesthesia/opioid
fluoxetine depression
haloperidol conventional antipsychotic
Interferon beta 1b multiple sclerosis
Interferon beta-1a multiple sclerosis
lidocaine Local anesthesia
memantine Alzheimer’s disease
methylphenidate ADHD and narcolepsy
midazolam General anesthesia
modafinil ADHD and narcolepsy
phenelzine depression
phenytoin seizure disorder
pilocarpine glaucoma chronic open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension
pramipexole Parkinson's
risperidone atypical antipsychotic, schizophrenia, bipolar mania, irritability with autistic disorder.
selegiline Parkinson's
sodium thiopental General anesthesia
sumatriptan migraine headache
temazepam sleep disorder
valproic acid seizure disorder, mood stabilzer for bipolar disorder
venlafaxine depression
zolpidem sleep disorder
Created by: mchugh100
 

 



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