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NAPLEX review


amitriptyline Elavil, Vanatrip; TCA
amoxapine Ascendin; TCA
clomipramine Anafranil; TCA
desipramine Norpramin; TCA
doexpin Sinequan, Prudoxin, Zonalon; TCA
nortriptyline Pamelor, Aventyl; TCA
protriptyline Vivactil; TCA
trimipramine Surmontil; TCA
nefazodone Serzone; selective 5-HT & NE reuptake inhibitor
isocarboxazid Marplan; MAO-I
phenelzine Nardil; MAO-I
tranylcypromine Parnate; MAO-I
selegiline Emsam; MAO-I (also used for Parkinson's)
maprotiline Ludiomil; tetracycline antidepressant (increases NE, 5-HT, or both)
mirtazapine Remeron;tetracycline antidepressant (increases NE, 5-HT, or both)
chlordiazepoxide Librium; anxiolytic
clorazepate Tranxene, Gen-XENE; anxiolytic
buspirone Buspar; anxiolytic
hydroxyzine Vistaril; anxiolytic
meprobamate Miltown; anxiolytic
chlorpromazine Thorazine; typical antipsychotic
fluphenazine Prolixin; typical antipsychotic
perphenazine Trilafon; typical antipsychotic
trifluoperazine Stelazine; typical antipsychotic
prochlorperazine Compazine; typical antipsychotic, anti-emetic
thioridazine Mellaril; typical antipsychotic
pimozine Orap; typical antipsychotic
loxapine Loxitane; typical antipsychotic
molindone Moban; typical antipsychotic
thiothixene Navane; typical antipsychotic
aripiprazole Abilify; atypical antipsychotic
paliperidone Invega; atypical antipsychotic
ziprasidone Geodon; atypical antipsychotic
clozapine Clozaril; atypical antipsychotic
tolbutamide Apotolbutamide; 1st generation sulfonylurea
acetohexamide 1st generation sulfonylurea
tolazamide Tolinase; 1st generation sulfonylurea
chloropropamide Diabinese; 1st generation sulfonylurea
repaglinide Prandin; meglitinide
anteglinide Starlix; meglitinide
acarbose Precose; alpha-glucosidase inhibitor (DM)
miglitol Glyset; alpha-glucosidase inhibitor (DM)
pramlintide Symlin; amylinomimetic
sitagliptin Januvia; DPP4 inhibitor
liothyronine Cytomel; T3
dessicated thyroid Armour Thyroid; 80% T4, 20% T3
methimazole Tapazole; inhibits synthesis of thyroid hormones
propylthiouracil PTU; inhibits synthesis of thyroid hormones
medroxyprogesterone Provera; inhibits secretion of gonadotropins (PCOS)
flutamide Eulexin; antiandrogen used for PCOS; BLACK BOX = liver failure
finasteride Proscar, Propecia; used for PCOS
eflornithine Vaniqa; topical cream for female facial hair
mitoxantrone Novantrone; interferes with DNA synthesis to prevent migration of T-cells into CNS - used for MS treatment (Black Box=cardiac risks)
ethosuximide Zarontin; antiepileptic (ONLY for absence seizures)
felbamate Felbatol; antiepileptic (aplastic anemia)
phenobarbital Solfoton, Luminal; antiepileptic
primidone Mysoline; antiepileptic (metabolized to phenobarb)
tiagabine Gabitril; antiepileptic
zonisamide Zonegran; antiepileptic
amantadine Symmetrel; antiviral used for Parkinson's
carbidopa/levodopa Sinemet, Parcopa; Parkinson's
L-dopa Larodopa; Parkinson's
bromocriptine Parlodel; DA-agonist (Parkinson's)
pramipexole Mirapex; DA-agonist (Parkinson's)
ropinirole Requip; DA-agonist (Parkinson's, RLS)
rotigotine Neupro (transdermal); DA-agonist (Parkinson's)
tolcapone Tasmar; COMT inhibitor (3rd line Parkinson's)
entacapone Comtan; COMT inhibitor (3rd line Parkinson's)
benztropine Cogentin; anticholinergic
trihexyphenidyl Artane; anticholinergic
sumatriptan Imitrex; 5-HT agonist (migraine)
zolmitriptan Zomig; 5-HT agonist (migraine)
naratriptan Amerge; 5-HT agonist (migraine)
rizatriptan Maxalt; 5-HT agonist (migraine)
almotriptan Axert; 5-HT agonist (migraine)
eletriptan Relpax; 5-HT agonist (migraine)
frovatriptan Frova; 5-HT agonist (migraine)
butorphanol Stadol nasal spray; mixed opioid agonist/antagonist (migraine)
opioid antidote naloxone (Narcan), nalmefene (Revex), naltrexone (Trexan)
benzo antidote flumazenil (Romazicon)
antidote for ethanol, ethylene glycol, methanol fomepizole (Antizol)
antidote for anticholinergics physostigmine (Eserine) - inhibits destruction of ACh by ACh-esterase
cyclophosphamide & isfosphamide toxicity mesna (Mesnex) - prevention of hemorrhagic cystitis
doxorubicin toxicity dexrazoxane (Zinecard) - cardioprotection
cisplatin toxicity amifostine (Ethyol) - binds and detoxifies reactive metabolites
N-acetylcysteine dose for APAP toxicity 140 mg/kg followed by 17 doses of 70 mg/kg q4h
leflunomide toxicity cholestyramine (Questran)
budesonide Pulmicort
mometasone Azmanex
beclomethasone QVAR
triamcinolone Azmacort
Advair fluticasone/salmeterol
Symbicort formoterol/budesonide
atazanavir Reyataz; PI
darunavir Prezista; PI
fosamprenavir Lexiva; PI
indinavir Crixivan; PI
lopinavir/ritonavir Kaletra; PI
nelfinavir Viracept; PI
ritonavir Norvir; PI
saquinavir Invirase; PI
tipranavir Aptivus; PI
tenofovir Viread; nucleotide inhibitor
cefazolin Ancef; 1st generation
cefadroxil Duricef; 1st generation
cefuroxime Ceftin; 2nd generation
cefdinir Omnicef; 3rd generation
ceftazidime Fortaz; 3rd generation
ceftriaxone Rocephin; 3rd generation
clarithromycin Biaxin
gemifloxacin Factive
cyclophosphamide Cytoxan; alkylating agent
chlorambucil Leukeran; alkylating agent
carmustine BiCNU; alkylating agent
oxaliplatin Eloxatin
carboplatin Paraplatin
irinotecan Camptosar; enzyme inhibitor
etoposide VePesid; enzyme inhibior
vincristine Oncovorin; antimitotic
paclitaxel Taxol; antimitotic
docetaxel Taxotere; antimitotic
cytarabine Cytosar; antimetabolite
5-FU Adrucil; antimetabolite
methotrexate Trexall; antimetabolite
leuprolide Lupron; hormonal agent
tamoxifen Nolvadex; hormonal agent
anastrozole Arimidex; hormonal agent
daunorubicin Cerubidine; anthracycline
doxorubicin Adriamycin; anthracycline
infliximab Remicade
adalimumab Humira
anakinra Kineret; used for RA alone or in combo with other DMARDs
epoetin alfa Procrit; given SQ 3 times/week
darbepoetin alfa Aranesp; given SQ 1 time/week; only indicated for anemia of chronic renal failure or chemo-induced
adapalene Differin; retinoid
tazarotene Tazorac; retinoid
brinzolamide Azopt; carbonic anhydrase inhibitor
dorzolamide Truspot; carbonic anhydrase inhibitor
brimonidine Alphagan P; alpha-2 agonist
bimatoprost Lumigan; prostaglandin analog
latanoprost Xalatan; prostaglandin analog
travoprost Travatan and Travatan Z (no benzalkonium chloride); prostaglandin analog
oxybutynin Ditropan/Oxytrol; anticholinergic for incontinence
tolterodine Detrol/Detrol XL; anticholinergic for incontinence
darifenacin Enablex; anticholinergic for incontinence
solifenacin Vesicare; anticholinergic for incontinence
tamsulosin Flomax; alpha blocker
alfuzosin Uroxatral; alpha blocker
finasteride Proscar; 5-alpha reductase inhibitor
dutasteride Avodart; 5-alpha reductase inhibitor
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