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venlafaxine may increase amount of norepineephrine, serotonin, or both in the CNS by blocking reuptake by neurons
valsartan blocks the binding of angiotensin II receptors in vascular smooth muscle which promotes vasodilation
alendronate sodium slows normal and abnormal bone resorption without inhibiting bone formation
oxycodone acts as an agonist at specific opioid receptors in CNS to produce analgesia
cephalexin bactericidal, inhibits cell wall synthesis
clopidogrel inhibits platelet aggregration which prevents blood clot formation
levetiracetam inhibit nerve impulses by limiting influx of sodium ions in cells in motor cortex
sertaline hydrochloride inhibits serotonin reuptake in CNS
montelukast sodium blocks leukotriene receptors which decreases edema and promotes bronchodilation
donepezil elevates acetylcholine concentrations in cerebral cortex
Created by: lecopple1