GI Drugs

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GI Drugs
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  1. Omeprazole trade name?
    Prilosec OTC
  2. Ranitidine trade name?
    Zantac
  3. Clarithomycin trade name?
    Bioxin
  4. Amoxicillin trade name?
    Amoxil
  5. Tetracycline trade name?
    Achromycin
  6. Metronidazole trane name?
    Flagyl
  7. Bismuth subsalicylate trade name?
    Pepto-bismol
  8. Metoclopramide trade name?
    Reglan
  9. Loperamide trade name?
    Imodium
  10. Octreotide acetate trade name?
    Sandostatin
  11. Methylnaltrexone trade name?
    Relistor
  12. Polyethylene glycol trade names?
    Colyte, Golytely
  13. Ondansetron trade name?
    Zofran
  14. Promethzaine trade name?
    Phenergan
  15. Scopolamine trade name?
    Transderm-scop
  16. Prilosec MOA?
    PIP
  17. Zantac MOA?
    H2 histamine receptor antagonists
  18. Antibiotics for H.pylori
    • Biaxin
    • Amoxil
    • Achromycin
    • Flagyl
  19. Mucosal protective agent?
    Pepto-Bismol
  20. Preo-motility agent?
    Reglan
  21. Opiod agents used to treat diarrhea?
    • Imodium
    • Sandostatin
  22. Drug used to treat opiod-induced constipation?
    Relistor
  23. Laxatives
    • Bulk-forming agents
    • Stool softeners (Docusate)
    • Colyte, Golytely
    • Amitiza
  24. Antiemetics
    • Zofran
    • Reglan
    • Phenergan
    • Transderm-scop
  25. Triple therapy for treatment of H. pylori...
    • PIP
    • Amoxil
    • Biaxin
  26. Quadruple therapy for treatment of H. pylori...
    • PIP
    • Flagyl
    • Achrymycin
    • Pepto-bismol
  27. Why shouldn't you take antacids with other drugs?
    They cause ppt of other drugs. Take 1-2 hrs before or after other drugs.
  28. Common antacids...
    • Aluminium Hydroxide
    • Magneseum Hydroxide
  29. What is teh drug of choice for bowel prep for a colonoscopy, barium enema, or colorectal surgery?
    Colyte or golytely (both polyethylene glycol-electrolytes)
  30. How does Amitiza work?
    • It is a Type 2 choloride channel activatior:
    • Increases Cl secretion into small intestine,
    • Increases motility,
    • No loss of efficacy with continued use,
    • Delays gastric emptying,
    • Can produce nausea.
  31. What drug is used to treat severe diarrhea associated with a tumor or AIDS?
    Octerotide (somatostatin)
  32. Which antiemetic is a 5-HT3 antagonist?
    Zofran
  33. Which antiemetic is a D2 dopamine receptor antagonist?
    Reglan
  34. Which antiemetic is used in chemotherapy-induced nausea and vominting?
    Reglan
  35. Which antiemetic is an anti-histamine agent?
    Phenergan
  36. Which anti-emetic is an anti-muscarine agent and what is it used for?
    Transderm-scop (scopolamine), used for motion sickness
  37. What cannabinoid may be used as an anti-emetic agent?
    Marinol (Dronabinol) - active ingredient in marijuana

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