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  1. Alendronate-Fosamax
    osteoporosis
  2. Bile acid squestrants
    hyperlipidemia
  3. Carbamazepine – Tegretol®
    anticonvulsant
  4. Cimetidine – Tagamet®
    GERD
  5. Cisapride – Propulsid ®
    GERD (compassionate use only program)
  6. Cyclosporine - Neoral ®
    immunosuppressant
  7. Digoxin – Lanoxin®
    CHF
  8. Isoniazid – Laniazid®
    Anti-tuberculosis
  9. Itraconazole – Sporanox®
    Anti-fungal agent
  10. Lithium – Eskalith®
    Manic-depressive illness
  11. Macrolide Antibiotics – Erythromycins and others
    antibacterial agents
  12. MAOI – Tranylcypromine – Parnate®
    Anti-depressant agent
  13. Phenobarbital – Solfoton®
    anticonvulsant and sedative hypnotic
  14. Phenytoin – Dilantin®
    Anticonvulsant
  15. Protease Inhibitors
    HIV/AIDs
  16. Non-nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors
    HIV/AIDs
  17. Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors
    HIV/AIDs
  18. Quinolones – Naldixic Acid- NegGram®
    UTI
  19. Rifampin – Rifadin®
    Anti-tuberculosis agent
  20. Statins
    Hyperlipidemia
  21. St. Johns Wort
    herbal product for depression
  22. Sucralfate – Carafate®
    Ulcers
  23. Theophylline – Theolair®
    Asthma bronchodilator
  24. Warfarin – Coumadin®
    Anti-Coagulant
  25. Fexofenadine – Allegra®
    Antihistamine
  26. Vincristine -- Oncovin®
    Anti-neoplastic agent
  27. Indinavir -- Crixivan®
    HIV (protease inhibitor)
  28. Colchicine -- Colsalide®
    Gout
  29. Topotecan – Hycamtin®
    Anti-neoplastic agent
  30. Paclitaxel – Taxol ®
    Anti-neoplastic agent
  31. Loperamide – Imodium®
    Anti-diarrheal
  32. Ritonavir -- Norvir®
    HIV
  33. Cyclosporine – Neoral ®
    immunosuppressant
  34. Verapamil –Calan, Isoptin ®
    Ca2+ channel blocker, hypertension, and angina
  35. Erythromycin
    antibiotic
  36. Ketoconazole
    antifungal
  37. Itraconazole -- Sporanox®
    antifungal
  38. Quinidine – Quinaglute®
    antiarrhythmic
  39. Azithromycin -- Zithromax ®
    antibiotic
  40. Valspodar --
    inhibits p-glycoprotein
  41. Cimetidine -- Tagamet®
    H2 blocker
  42. Methotrexate – Rheumatrex ®
    antineoplastic agent and immunosuppressant
  43. Zidovudine – Retrovir®
    HIV
  44. Probenecid – Benemid® or Probalan®
    antibiotic
  45. Cefadroxil – Duricef®
    antibiotic (1st Generation Cephalosporin)
  46. Cefamandole --
    antibiotic (2nd Generation Cephalosporin)
  47. Cefazolin -- Ancef®
    antibiotic (1st Generation Cephalosporin)
  48. Diltiazem – Cardizem®
    Ca2+ channel blocker and angina pectoris
  49. Nicardipine – Cardene®
    Ca2+ channel blocker and hypertension
  50. Vinblastine – Velban ®
    Anti-neoplastic agent
  51. Vincristine – Oncovin®
    Anti-neoplastic agent
  52. Etoposide – VePesid ®
    Anti-neoplastic agent
  53. Atrovastatin, Simvastatin, Lovastatin
    undergo CYP3A4 conversion
  54. Fluvastatin – Lescol®
    metabolized by CYP2C9
  55. Pravastatin – Pravachol ®
    metabolized by sulfation and processed by p-glycoprotein
  56. Cerivastatin
    is metabolized by CYP2C8 and too much lesser extent CYP3A4
  57. Gemfibrozil – Lopid®
    hypertriglyceridemia
  58. Fenofibrate – Antara, Fenoglide®
    antilipemic agent (hypertriglyceridemia, hypercholesterolemia)
  59. Nefazodone – Serzone®
    Antidepressant
  60. Trimethoprim/ Sulfamethoxazole – Bactrim/ Septra®
    antibiotic
  61. Metronidazole – Flagyl®
    antibacterial and giardia
  62. Omeprazole – Prilosec ®
    PPI
  63. Amiodarone – Cordarone®
    antiarrhythmic agent

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