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Brilinta ticagrelor *antiplatelet
Sklice invermectin *topical for lice
Pyridium phenazopyridine *pain reliever for UTI symptoms
Juxtapid lomitapide *antihyperlipidemic
Macrobid nitrofurantoin *antibiotic for UTIs
Adipex-P phentermine *treat obesity (CIV)
Belviq lorcaserin *anorexiant for obesity
Actonel risedronate *bisphosphonate for osteoporosis
Biaxin clarithromycin *macrolide antibiotic
Gablofen baclofen *muscle relaxer for severe spasticity
Lioresal baclofen *spasms in MS patients
Kenalog triamcinolone *topical corticosteroid for psorasis, eczema, etc
Tessalon benzonatate *antitussive - nonnarcotic cough medicineUlo
Lexiscan regadenoson *given in prep for cardiac imaging
Zosyn piperacillin and tazobactam *combination penicillin antibiotic
Truvuda emtricitabine and tenofovir *HIV antivirals
Trisenox arsenic trioxide *antineoplastics for blood and bone marrow cancer for example
Dexilant dexlansoprazole *PPI for GERD
Bentyl dicyclomine *antispasmodic for IBS (reduce stomach and intestinal cramping)
Reglan metoclopramide *antiemetic
Cytomel liothyronin *hypothyroidism
Pacerone amiodarone *antiarrhythmic
Pradaxa dapigatran *anticoagulant
Eliquis apixaban *anticoagulant
Dulera mometasone and formoterol *combination inhaler for asthma
Enbrel etanercept *autoimmune for psorasis and arthritis
Didrex benzphetamine *Weight loss (CIV)
OcuFlox Oxfloxacin *middle ear infection
Alphagen P brimonidine tartrate
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