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Top 200 Drugs, wk 24

generic for Bystolic nebivolol
class / subclass for Bystolic / nebivolol class: antihypertensive; subclass: beta blocker
uses for Bystolic / nebivolol treats hypertension
generic for Restoril temazepam
class for Restoril / temazepam benzodiazepine
uses for Restoril / temazepam treats insomnia
Special Note for Restoril / temazepam CIV
generic for Humulin N, Humulin R, and Humulin 70/30 Humulin N / insulin isophane; Humulin R / insulin regular; Humulin 70/30 (insulin isophane / insulin regular)
class / subclass for Humulin N, Humulin R, and Humulin 70/30 class: antidiabetic; subclass: insulin
uses for Humulin N, Humulin R, and Humulin 70/30 to lower levels of glucose (sugar) in the blood in patients with diabetes
Special Notes for Humulin N, Humulin R, and Humulin 70/30 store in refrigerator; must be used within 31 days after opening or at room temperature
Humulin N intermediate-acting insulin to cover increases between meals and during the night
Humulin R short-acting insulin to cover increases from meals
Humulin 70/30 intermediate- and short-acting insulin combined to cover insulin needs after meals, throughout the day, and at night
generic for Gablofen baclofen injection
class for Gablofen / baclofen injection muscle relaxant
uses for Gablofen / baclofen injection used to treat severe spasticity (a condition in which muscles stiffen or tighten and resist being stretched)
BBW for Gablofen / baclofen injection DO NOT DISCONTINUE ABRUPTLY
generic for Cardura doxazosin
class / subclass for Cardura / doxazosin class: antihypertensive; subclass: alpha-adrenergic blocker
uses for Cardura / doxazosin treats hypertension or signs and symptoms of BPH
generic for Lopid gemfibrozil
class / subclass for Lopid / gemfibrozil class: antihyperlipidemic; subclass: fibric acid derivatives
uses for Lopid / gemfibrozil treats high cholesterol and triglyceride levels
generic for Prevacid lansoprazole
class for Prevacid / lansoprazole proton pump inhibitor
uses for Prevacid / lansoprazole treats and prevents stomach and intestinal ulcers
Special Notes for Prevacid / lansoprazole available OTC and Rx; brand is OTC
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