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drug prefix/suffix

generic prefixes, suffixes, etc. that indicate classification

-setron serotonin receptor antagonist OR antiemetic
-mustine alkylating agent (antineoplastic)
Which DEA form is used to dispense control 3-5 substances? 41
Cef- ceph- cephalosporin antibiotic
-glitazone antidiabetic
-dronate bisphosphonate; bone resorption inhibitor
-mab monoclonal antibody
-triptan antimigraine
-phylline bronchodilator
-statin HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor
-trel female hormone (progestin)
-tadine antihistimine
-sone cortocosteroid
-iramine antihistimine
-vir; vir; vir- antiviral
-onide corticosteroid
tretin-; tretin; -tretin dermatologic agent (form of vitamin A)
-zepam benzodiazepine
-fenac NSAID
-tyline tricyclic antidepressant (TCA)
-dipine calcium channel blocker
-pramine tricyclic antidepressant (TCA)
-nacin antimuscarinic (anticholinergic)
-nazole antifungal
-bital barbituate (sedative)
-lamide carbonic anhydrase inhibitor
-cycline tetracycline antibiotic*fatal if expired**avoid sunlight**not for pergnant women**not for children under 8yrs**avoid dairy products*
-vudine antiviral
-nib antineoplastic
-olol beta blocker
-mycin antibiotic;antibacterial
-semide loop diuretic (water pill)
-thiazide thiazide diuretic
What is the DEA form 222 used for? control 1 and 2 substances
cort corticosteroid
-floxacin quinolone antibiotic
-oprazole proton pump inhibitor (PPI)
-olone corticosteroid
-zolam benzodiazepine
-pril ACE inhibitor
-zosin alpha blocker
-olone anabolic steroid
-profen NSAID
-dazole anthelmintic(expels parasites);antibiotic;antibacterial
-afil PDE inhibitor
parin; -parin antithrombotic; anticoagulant
sulfa- antibiotic; anti-infetive; anti-inflammatory
-limus immunosupressant
-cillin penicillin antibiotic
-bicin antineoplastic
-tadine antiviral; anti-influenza
-eprazole PPI
pred; pred- corticosteroid
-gliptin antidiabetic
-caine local anesthetic
-sartan angiotensin II Receptor antagonist(mainly used for HBP)
-terol bronchodilator
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