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  1. Ranexa
    • #Last line Stable Angina
    • * QT prolongation
    • ** inhibitors: grapefruit, PIs, Verapamil, Diltiazem,...
    • Ranolazine
  2. ReoPro
    • GP IIb/IIIa inh = antiplatelet
    • #ACS with Planned PCI within 24 hours.
    • Use with Heparin.
    • Abciximab
  3. Integrilin
    • GP IIb/IIIa
    • Eptifibatide
  4. Aggrastat
    • GP IIb/IIIa
    • Triofiban
  5. Pradaxa
    • direct thrombin inh
    • BID
    • couple of hours gap with inh&ind
    • if ECT not available then aPTT
    • Dabigatran
  6. Dilantin
    Phenytoin
  7. Caduet
    • CCB+Statin
    • For HTN
    • Amlodipine/Atorvastatin
  8. Imdur
    • Nitrate
    • Don't Crush Imdur
    • ISMN ER
    • Isosorbide Mononitrate ER
  9. Nitrostat
    Nitroglycerin Sublingual tablet
  10. Cardene
    • Nicardipine
    • IV emergency HTN
    • IR only for angina (tid)
    • SR (bid)
  11. Plendil
    • CCB
    • don't crushFelodipine ER
  12. Cleviprex
    • CCB
    • HTN emergency
    • Don't if egg allergy
    • Clevidipine
  13. Primacor
    • for sever CHF
    • Milrinone
  14. Calan
    • CCB
    • Verapamil
  15. Kombiglyze XR
    Saxagliptin/Metformi
  16. Rapamune
    • for kidney trrasplant
    • also used inside the stent
    • Sirolimus
  17. Remicade
    infliximab
  18. Aldomet
    Methyldopa
  19. Brevibloc
    • HTN emergency
    • BB Brevibloc
    • B1 selective
    • Esmolol
  20. Vasotec
    • ACEI
    • Enalapril
  21. Daliresp
    • for COPD
    • PDE4 inh
    • PO, weight loss
    • Roflumilast (COPD lasts for ever)
  22. Xolair
    • allergic asthma
    • SC binds to IgE
    • Omalizumab (governor o'malley)
  23. Trandate
    Labetalol
  24. Normodyne
    • BB
    • Labetalol
  25. Regitine
    • HTN emergency
    • overdose of TCA,...
    • Phentolamine
  26. Apresoline
    • HTN emergency in pregnancy
    • Hydralazine
  27. Uroxatral
    • Uroxatral
    • BPH
    • Alfuzosin
  28. Cardura
    • Cardura
    • BPH
    • Doxazosin
  29. Multaq
    • AF singnificant reduction in morbidity and mortality
    • causes liver, heart, renal failure, INR increase
    • no vission, thyroid, lung effects like Amiodarone
    • Dronedarone (drone drone)
  30. Procardia
    • CCB
    • for Raynaud's
    • Nifedipine
  31. Nimotop
    • CCB
    • Nimodipine
  32. Lopressor
    • Metoprolol tartrate
    • with food
  33. Zaroxolyn
    • Thiazide-like
    • OK if CrCl<30 (unlike thiazides)
    • Metolazone
  34. Thalitone
    • thiazide-like long acting
    • more potent than HCTZ
    • Chlorthalidone
  35. Valturna
    • ARBS+Renin inh
    • Valsartan/Aliskiren
    • has Tekturna
    • Valturna
  36. Amturnide
    • triple
    • Am + turn + ide
    • CCB/Renin inh/Thiazide
    • Amlopdipine/Aliskiren/HCTZ
    • Amturnide has Tekturna
  37. Tekamlo
    • CCB/renin inh
    • Tekamlo has Tekturna
    • Tekamlo has Amlodipine
  38. Lotrel
    • ACEI/CCB
    • Benazepril/Amlodipine
  39. Lexxel
    • CCB/ACEI
    • Felodipine/Enalapril
  40. Tarka
    • CCB/ACEI
    • Verapamil/Trandolapril
  41. Aldactazide
    Spironolactone/HCTZ
  42. Hyzaar
    • ARB/thiazide
    • Losartan/HCTZ
  43. Accuretic
    • ACE/duretic (thiazide)
    • Quinapril/HCTZ
  44. Zebeta
    • BB
    • one of 3 BB used in CHF
    • Bisoprolol
  45. Ziac
    • BB/thiazide
    • Ziac has Zebeta
    • Ziac has HCTZ
    • Ziac has thiazide
    • Bisoprolol/HCTZ
  46. Lescol
    • statin
    • Cimetidine and Ranitidine increase Lescol levels up to 70%
    • Fluvastatin
  47. Livalo
    • statin
    • Pitavastatin
  48. Pravachol
    • statin
    • No P450: least drug interaction
    • Pravastatin
  49. Advicor
    • statin/niacin
    • big risk of myopathy
    • know Niacin side effects
    • Lovastatin/Niacin
  50. Lovaza
    • Fish oil
    • Omega 3: EPA, DHA
    • increases risk of bleeding
    • watch with: ASA, Plavix, Coumadin
  51. Amaryl
    • max 8ml qd
    • Glimepiride
    • adjust RF
  52. Victoza
    • Sc pen qd (unlike Byetta bid)
    • type 2 only (like Byetta)
    • GLP-1 agonist (like Byetta)
    • first diarrhea later may constipation. 0.6 then 1.2 then 1.8 (Byetta=constipation=add fiber)
    • Weight loss (like Byetta)
    • Discard if is not clear
    • BBW: thyroid tumor in rodents
    • 0.6 then 1.2 then 1.8 to
    • Liraglutide
  53. Cycloset
    • dopa agonist
    • DM type 2 only adjunct to diet and exercise
    • qd, with food 2h af waking up in the morning
    • Bromocriptin
    • Parlodel for parkinson is much higher dose
    • Parlodel 2.5,5 mg tabs 10-30 mg tid
    • Cycloset 0.8 mg tab 1.6-4.8 mg qd
  54. Santyl
    • DM ulcer ointment
    • Collagenase
  55. Decadron
    Dexamethasone
  56. Medrol
    Methylprednisolone
  57. Cesamet
    • cannabinoid
    • second-line chemo N/V
    • CII
    • Nabilone (not babilone,lol)
  58. Marinol
    • cannabinoid
    • second-line chemo N/V
    • CIII ( maybe cuz it's shorter acting than Cesamet)
    • Dronabinol
  59. Kayexalate
    • Decreases K absorption in the gut.
    • for tumor lysis syndrom
    • causes constipation, but never give sorbitol.
    • Sodium Poly-styrene sulfonate
  60. Zolinza
    • for lymphoma
    • Histone deacetylase inh
    • causes QT prolongation
    • qd with food
    • Vorinostat
  61. Nolvadex
    • Tamoxifen
    • 20mg bid premenopausal
    • 10mg bid menopausal
    • don't give with Fluoxetine or Paroxetine
    • can give with Venlafaxine
    • causes endometrial sarcoma
  62. Evista
    • Raloxifene
    • prevention of breast cancer
    • not for pre-meno
    • used for osteoporosis ( again: not in pre-meno))
  63. Herceptin
    • monoclonal antibody
    • should be:
    • HER2+ (human epidermal GF receptor)
    • metastatic
    • stomach or breast
    • should be in combination with Paclitaxel
    • IV qw 52 weeks
    • Trastuzumab
  64. Xeloda
    • metastatic breast cancer resistant to Paclitaxel
    • metastatic colorectal cancer first-line
    • dosage is cyclical 2w on, 1w off
    • prodrug of 5-FU, so is antimetabolite
    • Capecitabine
    • if give Tykerb give it with Xeloda (both are po)
  65. Taxol
    • Paclitaxel
    • from 9 existing plant alkaloid in naplex books only this one comes with a brand to know.
    • Docetaxel, Paclitaxel (premedicate with Dexa)
    • Etoposide, Teniposide (hypotension)
    • Irinotecan, Topotecan (diarrhea)
    • Vincristin, Vinblastin, Vinorelbin ( PN: tingling)
  66. Azulfidine
    Sulfasalazine
  67. Imuran
    Azathioprine
  68. Plaquenil
    hydroxychloroquine
  69. Arthrotec
    • NSAID/Prostaglandin
    • diclofenac/Misoprostol
  70. Cytotec
    • Prostaglandin
    • prevents NSAID GI side effects
    • Misoprostol
  71. Tenex
    • alpha 2-adrenergic agonist
    • Guanfacine
  72. wytensin
    • alpha 2-adrenergic agonist
    • Guanabenz
  73. Catapres
    • alpha 2-adrenergic agonist
    • has qw patch
    • Clonidine
    • also for ADHD
  74. Besivance
    • ophtalmic quinolone
    • Besifloxacin
  75. Vigamox
    • ophtalmic quinolone
    • Moxifloxacin
  76. Zymar
    • ophtalmic quinolone
    • Gatifloxacin
  77. Moxeza
    • ophtalmic quinolone
    • Moxifloxacin
  78. Iquix
    • ophtalmic quinolone
    • Levofloxacin
  79. Quixin
    • ophtalmic quinolone
    • Levofloxacin
  80. Levaquin
    • quinolone
    • Levofloxacin
  81. Maxaquin
    • quinolone
    • qd evening to decrease phototoxicity
    • Lomefloxacin
  82. Proquin XR
    • quinolone
    • Ciprofloxacin
  83. Ciprodex
    • otic quinolone
    • Ciprofloxacin/Dexamethason
  84. Tequin
    • quinolone
    • Gatifloxacin
    • Don't in DM
    • QT prolongation don't with Geodon
  85. Avelox
    • quinolone
    • Don't in UTI
    • QT prolongation don't with Geodon
    • Moxifloxacin
  86. Foscavir
    • antivirus
    • for all forms of CMV
    • Foscarnet
  87. Lamictal
    Lamotrigine
  88. Lyrica
    • Pregabalin
    • for fibromyalgia, seizure
  89. Zarontin
    • Ethosuximide
    • absence seizure
  90. Celontin
    • Methusuximide
    • refractory absence
  91. Topamax
    • Topiramate
    • seizure: partial, general, LGS
  92. Pentasa
    • for Crohn's disease
    • it's CR, but qid
    • Mesalamine
    • Urine Yellow brown
  93. Asacol
    • Mesalamine delayed release tablet
    • Urine Yellow brown
  94. Edluar
    • Sublingual Zolpidem
    • should not be taken with water
  95. Ambien
    Zolpidem
  96. Restoril
    • Temazepam
    • for sleep 15min before bed
  97. Prograf
    • Inh T cells
    • Tacrolimus or FK
    • LDL, Glucose, Potassium and BP up
    • PTDM= post transplant D
    • liver dysfunction decrease dose
    • renal dysfunction decrease dose
    • Major sub watch with inh ind
    • nephrotoxic watch with Amphotericin B
    • empty stomach 2h apart from antacids
    • hair loss resolves after 6 months
    • Hand tremor resolves decrease dose
    • Diarrhea and GI upset
  98. Protopic
    • topical prograf
    • Tacrolimus
  99. Quetran
    • Bile acid sequestrant = Resin (LDL down TG up)
    • Cholestyramine
  100. Colestid
    • Bile acid sequestrant = Resin (LDL down TG up)
    • Colestipol
  101. Welchol
    • Bile acid sequestrant = Resin (LDL down TG up)
    • Colesevelam
  102. Niacor
    Niacin = Nicotinic acid = vit B3 ( LDL, TG down) Myo
  103. Nicolar
    Niacin = Nicotinic acid = vit B3 ( LDL, TG down) Myo
  104. Niaspan
    • Niacin = Nicotinic acid = vit B3 ( LDL, TG down) Myo
    • it's ER max 2mg/day instead of 4.5mg/day
  105. Simcor
    • Statin/Niacin
    • Simvastatin/Niaspan
    • watch for myopathy
  106. Advicor
    • Statin/Niacin
    • Lovastatin/Niacin
    • watch for myopathy
  107. Lipitor
    • statin
    • Atorvastatin
  108. Crestor
    • statin
    • Rosuvastatin
  109. Lescol
    • statin
    • Fluvastatin
  110. Mevacor
    • statin
    • Lovastatin
  111. Altocor
    • statin
    • Lovastatin
  112. Pravachol
    • statin
    • Pravastatin
    • not through P450 ( less interaction with inh ind)
  113. Zocor
    • statin
    • Simvastatin
  114. Livado
    • statin
    • Pitavastatin
  115. Vytorin
    • statin/ chlo abs inh
    • Simvastatin/Ezetimibe
  116. Lopid
    • fibrates = fibric acid derivatives (TG down, LDL up) Myo
    • Gemfibrozil
  117. Tricor
    • fibrates = fibric acid derivatives (TG down, LDL up) Myo
    • Tricor affects Triglyceride = TG
    • Fenofibrate
  118. Trilipix
    • fibrates = fibric acid derivatives (TG down, LDL up) Myo
    • Trilipix affects Triglyceride = TG
    • active metabolite of Fenofibrate
  119. Lofibra
    • fibrates = fibric acid derivatives (TG down, LDL up) Myo
    • Fenofibrate
  120. Lipofen
    • fibrates = fibric acid derivatives (TG down, LDL up) Myo
    • Fenofibrate
  121. Antara
    • fibrates = fibric acid derivatives (TG down, LDL up) Myo
    • micronized cap
    • Fenofibrate
  122. Triglide
    • fibrates = fibric acid derivatives (TG down, LDL up) Myo
    • Triglide affects Triglyceride = TG
    • Fenofibrate
  123. Atromid-S
    • fibrates = fibric acid derivatives (TG down, LDL up) Myo
    • Clofibrate
  124. Lovaza
    • (TG down LDL up)
    • Omega 3 acid (EPA and DHA)
    • more than 18 yo
    • risk of bleeding check for bruising
    • may freeze the capsules to lower GI effects
  125. Zetia
    • chlo abs inh ( binds to mediators in intestine)
    • Ezetimibe
  126. Myleran
    • Chemo alkylating agent
    • uric acid up (give it with Allopurinol)
    • Pulmonary Fibrosis:
    • if shortness of breath do chest Xray
    • Busulfan
  127. Cytoxan
    • Chemo alkylating agent
    • give Mesna and hydrate (hemorrhagic cystitis)
    • Alopecia in 3 weeks
    • Cyclophosphamide
  128. Ifex
    • Chemo alkylating agent
    • give Mesna and hydrate (hemorrhagic cystitis)
    • Alopecia in 3 weeks
    • Ifosfamide
  129. BiCNU
    • Chemo alkylating agent (NU)
    • lipid soluble so for brain tumor
    • Carmustine
    • Renal, hepa, pulm, BMS
  130. CeeNu
    • Chemo alkylating agent (Nu)
    • lipid soluble so for brain tumor
    • Lomustine
    • Renal, hepa, pulm, BMS
  131. Alkeran
    • Chemo alkylating agent (Alkeran)
    • BMS, fertility
    • Melphalan
  132. Zanocar
    • Chemo alkylating agent (Zanocar)
    • for pancreatic cancer
    • causes DM type 1 (IDDM)
    • extravasation, renal
    • Streptozocin don't confuse with antibiotics
  133. Treanda
    • Chemo alkylating agent
    • Tumor lysis syndrom
    • (prevent with Allopurinol first few weeks)
    • Anaphylaxis
    • BMS
    • Bendamustine
  134. Vaprisol
    • IV for hyponatremia in SIADH
    • antagonizes vasopressin ( ADH ) receptors
    • Conivaptan
  135. Samsca
    • PO for hyponatremia in SIADH
    • antagonizes vasopressin ( ADH ) receptors
    • Tolvaptan
  136. Blenoxane
    • Chemo antibiotics
    • Pulmonary fibrosis Frequent chest Xray
    • skin toxicity (hyper-pigmentation)
    • Red, non uniform spots
    • Bleomycin
  137. Xopenex
    • Asthma short acting beta 2 agonist
    • Nebulizer >6yo and MDI >4yo
    • Levalbuterol
  138. Qvar
    • MDI (only one doesn't need a spacer)
    • Beclomethasone
  139. Entocort EC
    • PO qd capsules for Crohn's
    • Budesonide
  140. Pulmicort Respulses
    • NEB CSI Asthma
    • low systemic absorption
    • as young as 12 months old
    • Budesonide
  141. Pulmicort Flexhaler
    • DPI CSI Asthma
    • only BID
    • has a dose counter
    • Budesonide
  142. Pulmicort Turbuhaler
    • DPI CSI Asthma
    • does not have a dose counter ( unlike Flexhaler)
    • Budesonide
  143. Zinecard
    • Iron chelator
    • protects against cardiotoxicity of 2 chemo antibiotics:
    • ( Doxorubicin and Daunorubicin )
    • Dexra-zox-ane
    • Dexrazoxane
  144. Doxil
    • chemo antibiotic
    • Irreversible CHF (due to iron)
    • liposomal form for less toxicity
    • Red urine (with all rubicins)
    • extravasation (apply cold)
    • pregnancy D
    • Doxorubicin liposomal
  145. Adriamyacin
    • Irreversible CHF (due to iron)
    • Red urine (with all rubicins)
    • extravasation (apply cold)
    • pregnancy D
    • Doxorubicin non-liposomal
  146. Rhinocort
    • nasal CS for allergic rhinitis
    • Budesonide
  147. Vancenase
    • nasal CS
    • allergic rhinitis
    • polyp prophylaxis
    • Beclomethasone
  148. Veramyst
    • nasal CS allergic rhinitis
    • Fluticasone furoate
  149. Flonase
    • nasal Cs allergic rhinitis
    • Fluticasone propionate
  150. Flovent
    • MDI CS Asthma
    • Fluticasone
  151. Flovent Rotadisk
    • DPI CS asthma
    • Fluticasone
  152. Alvesco
    • MDI CS asthma
    • activates in lung (less oral thrush)
    • Ciclesonide
  153. Omnaris
    • nasal CS allergic rhinitis
    • caution with ketoconazole
    • Ciclesonide
  154. Orapred
    • oral prednisolone
    • Syrup: 1) in fridge 2)has 2% alcohol
    • ODT with or without water, but with food
  155. Veripred 20
    • oral prednisolone
    • viscous syrup
    • 20mg/5ml
    • in fridge
  156. Pediapred
    • oral prednisolone
    • 5mg/5ml syrup
  157. Prelone
    • oral prednisolone
    • 5% alcoholic syrup
  158. Millipred
    • oral prednisolone
    • 10mg/5ml syrup
  159. Flo-pred
    prednisolone syrup
  160. Asmanex Twisthaler
    • DPI CS asthma
    • qpm or bid
    • Mometasone
  161. Nasonex
    • nasal CS allergic rhinitis
    • Momethasone
  162. Volmax
    • beta 2 agonist asthma tablet
    • it's PO, but refrigerated
    • Albuterol
  163. VoSpire ER
    • beta 2 agonist asthma tablet
    • Albuterol
  164. Ventolin
    • beta 2 agonist asthma MDI
    • Albuterol
  165. Proventil
    • beta 2 agonist asthma MDI
    • Albuterol
  166. ProAir
    • beta 2 agonist asthma MDI
    • Albuterol
  167. Cromolon
    • Mast-Cell stabilizer
    • Cromolyn ophthalmic
  168. NasalCrom
    • Mast-Cell stabilizer
    • Cromolyn nasal spray
    • 1 spray/nostril
  169. Gastrocrom
    • Mast-Cell stabilizer
    • Cromolyn syrup
    • for food allergy and IBD
  170. Glynase
    • 2nd gen sulfonylurea
    • Glyburide Micronized
  171. Diabeta
    • 2nd gen sulfonylurea
    • Glyburide
  172. Micronase
    • 2nd gen sulfonylurea
    • Glyburide
  173. Glucotrol
    • 2nd gen sulfonylurea
    • choice in RF
    • 30 min before meal = empty stomach
    • Glipizide
  174. Riomet
    Metformin Syrup 500/5ml
  175. Glucovance
    • Biguanide/2nd gen sulfonylurea
    • Metformine/Glyburide
  176. Avandamet
    • Biguanide/TZD
    • Metformine/Rosiglitazone
  177. Actoplus Met
    • Biguanide/TZD
    • Metformine/Pioglitazone
  178. Prandimet
    • Biguanide/Meglitinide
    • Metformine/Repaglinide
  179. Pioglitazone
    • TZD
    • Actos
  180. Starlix
    • Meglitinide
    • Nateglinide
  181. Avandia
    • TZD
    • Rosiglitazone
  182. Prandin
    • Meglitinide
    • Repaglinide
  183. Kombiglyze
    • Biguanide/Gliptin
    • Metformin/Saxagliptin
  184. Onglyza
    • Gliptin
    • Saxagliptin
  185. Avandaryl
    • TZD/2nd gen sulfonylurea
    • Avandia/Glimepiride
  186. Januvia
    • Gliptin
    • Sitagliptin
  187. Tradjenta
    • Gliptin
    • Linagliptin
  188. Janumet
    • Biguanide/gliptin
    • Metformin/sitagliptin
  189. Glyset
    • alpha glu inh
    • Miglitol
  190. Precose
    • alpha glu inh
    • Acarbose
  191. Symlin
    • Type 1 & 2 if insulin failed
    • always adjunct to insulin
    • Amylin analogue
    • Pramlintide
  192. Humalog
    • Rapid insulin
    • Lispro
  193. Novolog
    • rapid insulin
    • Aspart
  194. Apidra
    • rapid insulin has also IV
    • Glulisine
  195. Humulin R
    • short insulin
    • R = Regular
  196. Novolin R
    • short insulin
    • R = Regulat
  197. Velosulin BR
    short insulin
  198. Humulin N
    • intermed insulin
    • N = NPH
  199. Novolin N
    • intermed insulin
    • N = NPH
  200. Lantus
    • long insulin
    • Glargine
  201. Diabinese
    • 1st gen sulfonylurea
    • Chlorpropamide
    • t 1/2 72h
    • causes SIADH
  202. Levemir
    • long insulin
    • Detemir
  203. Glucophage
    • Biguanide
    • Metformin qd, bid
    • max 2550 mg/day if XR max 2000
    • for PCOS tid
    • no hypoglycemia more reliable than all DM drugs
  204. Fortamet
    • Biguanide
    • Metformin ER
  205. Glumetza
    • Biguanide
    • Metformin ER
  206. Byetta
    • GLP-1 analogue
    • type 2 DM Bid
    • 6h apart (Ex: 10 am and 2 pm is wrong)
    • 1h before meal
    • not in CrCl<30
  207. Etyol
    • premed for cisplatin nephrotoxicity
    • causes severe hypotension
    • no HTN med 2h before
    • Amifostin
  208. Paraplatin
    • chemo alkylating agent
    • less nefrotoxicity than Cisplatin (no need to Amifostine)
    • Carboplatin
  209. Mustargen
    • chemo alkylating agent
    • fertility impairment
    • pharmacist should not touch it ( if wants to get pregnant)
    • Extravasation treat with sodium thiosulfate
    • Mechlorethamine
  210. Eloxatin
    • chemo alkylating agent
    • for colorectal cancer
    • together with 5FU and Leucovorin
    • Oxaliplatin
  211. 5-FU
    • chemo antimeta agent
    • with warfarin INR up
    • need less 5-FU when Leucovorin added
    • light sensitive
    • Fluorouracil
  212. Leucovorin
    • folic acid analogue
    • given 6-24h after MTX infusion
    • protects cells against MTX
    • increases efficacy of 5-FU
    • Folinic acid
  213. Tasigna
    • Tyrosine kinase inh (all po)
    • for leukemia
    • QT
    • Nilotinib
  214. Tykerb
    • Tyrosin kinase inh (all po)
    • for breast cancer (5tabs qd on days 1-21)
    • together with Xeloda
    • Lapatinib
  215. Fludara
    • anti meta
    • irreversible blindness (Neurotoxicity)
    • Fludarabine
  216. Cytosar
    • anti meta
    • peripheral neuropathy
    • has liposomal for intrathecal given with Dexamethasone
    • causes CNS problems
    • Vision changes give high dose Dexa eye drops
    • Cytarabine syndrome
    • fever, bone pain, chest pain
  217. Hexalen
    • chemo alkylating agent
    • for Ovarian cancer
    • peripheral neuropathy
    • Fertility impairment
    • interaction with MAO orthostatic hypotension
    • Altretamine
  218. Docefrez
    • chemo plant alkaloids
    • Hypersensitivity premed Dexa 1 day prior
    • fluid retention give Lasix
    • pulmonary edema give Lasix
    • Docetaxel
  219. Taxotere
    Docetaxel
  220. Novantrone
    • chemo antibiotics only one doesn't end to cin
    • Blue urine
    • Blue eyes
    • Mitoxantrone
  221. Arimedex
    • Aromatase inh (1st line in hormonal therapy of breast cancer)
    • Anastrozole
  222. Femara
    • Aromatase inh (1st line in hormonal therapy of breast cancer)
    • Letrozole
  223. Aromasin
    • Aromatase inh (1st line in hormonal therapy of breast cancer)
    • Exemestane
  224. Halaven
    • chemo Microtubule inh
    • for breast cancer
    • after 2 prior chemo regimens (refractory to anthracycline and taxol)
    • Eribulin
  225. Ixempra
    • Chemo microtubule inh
    • structure epothilone analogue
    • for breast cancer if refractory to taxol and anthracycline therapy
    • Ixabepilone
    • premed wit H1 & H2 blockers 1h before
    • avoid inducers or inhibitors so no Cimetidine
  226. Mithracin
    • chemo antibiotic
    • Electrolyte imbalance ( Ca, K, PO4 down)
    • used also for Hypercalcemia
    • Plicamycin
  227. Cosmegen
    • chemo antibiotic
    • Extravasation
    • contra with active chickenpox, shingles
    • Dactinomycin
  228. VP-16
    • chemo plant alkaloid
    • caps in fridge
    • if rapid infusion hypotension
    • Etoposide
  229. Vumon
    • chemo plant alkaloid
    • if rapid infusion hypotension
    • Teniposide
  230. Camptosar
    • chemo plant alkaloid
    • life-threatening diarrea
    • early give Atropin then Loperimide with no max
    • Irinotecan
  231. Hycamptin
    • chemo plant alkaloid
    • life-threatening diarrea
    • early give Atropin then Loperimide with no max Irinotecan
    • Topotecan
  232. Gleevec
    • Tyrosin kinase inh (all po)
    • fluid retension so monitor weight gain
    • Strong inh watch with warfarin
    • Imatinib
  233. Tarceva
    • Tyrosin kinase inh (all po)
    • for lung and pancreatic cancer
    • discontinue if lung disease occurs
    • empty stomach
    • Erlotinib
  234. Faslodex
    • chemo estrogen antagonist
    • metastatic breast cancer
    • after other antiestrogen therapy
    • slow IM each buttock on days 1,15,29 then qm
    • if hepatic impairment give half the dose.
    • thrombocytopenia so risk of bleeding
    • Fulvestrant
  235. Megace
    • for breast or endometrial cancer po
    • it's progesteron, but causes thromboembolism!
    • Megestrol
  236. Proscar
    • 5 alpha reductase inh T to DHT
    • prevention of prostate cancer
    • Finasteride 5mg
  237. Avodart
    • 5 alpha reductase inh T to DHT
    • prevention of prostate cancer
    • Dutasteride
  238. Xegeva
    • RANK inh (it's IgG binds to RANK) inhibits osteoclast
    • for bone metastases (prevents complications)
    • SC 120 mg qm
    • Denosumab
  239. Prolia
    • RANK inh (it's IgG binds to RANK) inhibits osteoclast
    • for osteoporosis ( post menopausal)
    • SC 60 q6m
    • Denosumab
  240. Zoladex
    • LH-RH GnRH analogues
    • SC upper abdomen
    • for prostate cancer
    • for endometriosis
    • for breast cancer (pre-menopausal) hormone positive
    • causes tumor flare premed with anti-androgens
    • Goserelin
  241. Lupron
    • LH-RH GnRH analogues
    • IM
    • for prostate cancer
    • for endometriosis
    • for breast cancer (pre-menopausal) hormone positive
    • causes tumor flare premed with anti-androgens
    • Leuprolide
  242. Trelstar
    • LH-RH GnRH analogues
    • IM
    • for prostate cancerfor endometrosis
    • for breast cancer (pre-menopausal) hormone positive
    • causes tumor flare premed with anti-androgens
    • Triptorelin
  243. Eligard
    • LH-RH GnRH analogues
    • it's depo SC
    • for prostate cancer
    • for endometrosis
    • for breast cancer (pre-menopausal) hormone positive
    • causes tumor flare premed with anti-androgens
    • Leuprolide
  244. Viadur
    • LH-RH GnRH analogues
    • implant qy
    • for prostate cancer
    • for endometrosis
    • for breast cancer (pre-menopausal) hormone positive
    • causes tumor flare premed with anti-androgens
    • Leuprolide
  245. Plenaxis
    • GnRH antagonist
    • IM
    • advance prostate cancer (symptomatic)
    • if not condidate for LH-RH GnRH analogues
    • it's for palliative treatment
    • doesn't cause tumor flare
    • suppresses LH and FSH
    • Abarelix
  246. Eulixin
    • anti-androgens (block production) (all po)
    • only with LH-RH GnRH analogues (prevent tumor flare)
    • has the worst diarrhea in the group
    • fatal liver disfunction
    • flutamide
  247. Casodex
    • anti-androgens (block production) (all po)
    • only with LH-RH GnRH analogues (prevent tumor flare)
    • diarrhea
    • warfarin up (protein binding)
    • Biclutamide
  248. Nilandron
    • anti-androgens (block production) (all po)
    • only with LH-RH GnRH analogues (prevent tumor flare)
    • Constipation
    • disulfiram
    • dark vision problem
    • Nilutamide
  249. Valstar
    • chemo antibiotics
    • for bladder cancer
    • urine Red
    • causes irritable bladder syndrom
    • Valrubicin
  250. Purinethol
    • chemo anti meta
    • causes hyperuricemia give Allopurinol
    • Bactrim and Allopurinol increase the level of Purinethol
    • Mercaptopurine
  251. 6-MP
    • chemo anti meta
    • causes hyperuricemia give Allopurinol
    • Bactrim and Allopurinol increase the level of Purinethol
    • Mercaptopurine
  252. Matulane
    • chemo alkylating agent
    • MAOI (Matulane)
    • fatal HTN if given for example with avocados
    • tremor and convulsion in kids
    • disulfiram
    • Procarbazine
  253. G-CSF
    • reduces chemo febrile neutropenia
    • SC or IV
    • bone pain
    • Filgrastim
  254. Neulesta
    • reduces chemo febrile neutropenia
    • SC 6mg once each chemo cycle
    • bone pain
    • Pegfilgrastim
  255. Neupogen
    • reduces chemo febrile neutropenia
    • SC or IV
    • bone pain
    • Filgrastim
  256. Neumega
    • IL-11 increases platelets in chemo
    • SC qd 6-24h after chemountil platelets > 50000
    • (normal is 150000-450000)
    • fluid retention
    • Oprelvekin
  257. Reglan
    • Metoclopramide
    • PO/IM/1V
  258. Atarax
    Hydroxyzine
  259. Benadryl
    Diphenhydramine
  260. Emend
    • NK1 antagonist (blocks substance P)
    • chemo antiemetic
    • should be used together with 5-HT3 Sr antagonist and stroids
    • it's inducer (COC and INR down)
    • Aprepitan (po)
  261. Emend IV
    • NK1 antagonist (blocks substance P)
    • chemo antiemetic
    • should be used together with 5-HT3 Sr antagonist & stroids
    • it's inducer (COC and INR down)
    • 115 mg on day 1 of chemo
    • Fosaprepitant converts to Aprepitant
  262. Kytril
    • 5-HT3 inh (1st line for chemo N/V) all have IV/PO
    • Granisetron
  263. Anzemet
    • 5-HT3 inh (1st line for chemo N/V) all have IV/PO
    • Dolasetron
  264. Sancuso
    • 5-HT3 inh (1st line for chemo N/V)
    • patch
    • 1-2 days before chemo
    • each patch can be worn for 7 days, but avoid sun (suncuso)
    • Granisetron
  265. Aloxi
    • 5-HT3 inh (1st line for chemo N/V) all have IV/PO
    • 0.5 mg one hour before chemo
    • longer (1-2 days) Aloxi Palonosetron
    • Palonosetron
  266. Zofran
    • 5-HT3 inh (1st line for chemo N/V) all have IV/PO
    • only one with IM
    • Ondansetron
  267. Cleocin
    Clindamycin
  268. Fosamax
    • Bisphosphonates (osteoclast inh)
    • prevention and treatment of osteoporosis
    • first thing in the morning after overnight fast.
    • Alendronate PO
  269. Actonel
    • Bisphosphonates (osteoclast inh)
    • prevention and treatment of osteoporosis
    • first thing in the morning after overnight fast.
    • Risedronate PO
  270. Atlevia
    • Bisphosphonates (osteoclast inh)
    • prevention and treatment of osteoporosis
    • the only one can take after breakfast
    • because it's enteric coated (delayed-release)
    • 35mg qw
    • Risedronate
  271. Boniva
    • Bisphosphonates (osteoclast inh)
    • prevention and treatment of osteoporosis
    • first thing in the morning after overnight fast.
    • upright 60min for bonuva as oppose to 30min for others
    • the only one has both PO, IV
    • causes HTN, constipaton, HA
    • Ibandronate
  272. Reclast
    • Bisphosphonates (osteoclast inh)
    • prevention and treatment of osteoporosis
    • only IV: 5mg qy 15 min infusion
    • avoid if CrCl<30
    • Fever
    • Zolindronic acid
  273. Zometa
    • Bisphosphonates (osteoclast inh)
    • not for osteoporosis
    • for hypercalcemia of malignancy
    • for multiple myeloma (bone cancer)
    • only IV: 4mg qm (every 3-4 week) 15 min infusion
    • avoid if CrCl<30
    • Fever
    • Zolindronic acid
  274. Aredia
    • Bisphosphonates (osteoclast inh)
    • not for osteoporosis
    • for hypercalcemia of malignancy
    • for Paget's
    • for bone disease
    • Only IV: infuse over 2-24 h to decrease renal toxicity
    • Pamidronate
  275. Didronel
    • Bisphosphonates (osteoclast inh)
    • for Paget's
    • Etidronate PO
  276. Peridex
    • don't eat for 2-3 h after (may cause staining)
    • brush and floss then rinse 30 sec with 15ml undiluted
    • prevention of ONJ (osteonecrosis of the jaw) with Bisphosphonate and prolia
    • Chlorhexidine
  277. Enbrel
    • TNF blocker
    • refractory RA
    • SC 50mg qw thight
    • Etanercept
  278. Remicade
    • TNF blocker
    • refractory RA, Crohn's, UC, psoriasis,
    • IV
    • risk of CHF
    • Infliximab
  279. Humira
    • TNF blocker
    • for RA
    • Adalimumab
  280. Simponi
    • TNF blocker
    • for RA
    • Golimumab
  281. Cimzia
    • TNF blocker
    • for RA
    • Certolizumab
  282. Kineret
    • IL1 blocker
    • RA 100mg SC qd
    • Anakinara
  283. Arava
    • Pyrimidine inh (inh dihydroorotate dehy)
    • RA po qd
    • Leflunomide
  284. Azulfidine
    • Folate syn inh
    • UC, RA
    • po after meal (like ASA)
    • Sulfasalazine
  285. Orencia
    • inh T cell activation
    • RA IV qm
    • watch COPD
    • Abatacept
  286. Rituxan
    • binds to CD20 on Bcells
    • RA and Lymphoma (non-hodgkins)
    • RA IV 1g q2w
    • Rituximab
  287. Actemra
    • IL6 inh
    • RA IV qm
    • Tocilizumab
  288. Aggrenox
    • ASA + Dipyridamole
    • adjunct to Warfarin or ASA
    • 1 cap bid
  289. Persantine
    • riversible platelet agg inh
    • Dypiridamole
  290. Mycostatin
    vaginal Nystatin
  291. Provera
    • Medroxyprogesterone
    • for HRT, Amenorrhea, DUB (disfunctional uterine bleeding)
  292. Bidil
    • Hydralazine + isosorbide dinitrate
    • HF adjunct to standard therapy in black pt
  293. Lysteda
    • for menorrhagia po
    • inh plasminogen
    • Tranexamic acid
  294. Pitocin
    • Oxytocin
    • labor induction
  295. Danocrine
    • Danazol
    • Endometriosis
    • supresses LH and FSH
  296. Synarel
    • Nafarelin
    • Endometriosis
  297. RU-486
    • Mifepristone
    • preg termination
  298. Clomid
    • Clomiphene
    • infertility
  299. Cetrotide
    • Cetrorelix
    • infertility
  300. Follistim-Antagon
    • Ganirelix
    • infertility

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