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  1. balcofen?
    GABA agonist
  2. gabapentin?
    GABA agonist
  3. tizanidine?
    alpha 2 agonist
  4. lidocaine?
    local anesthetics
  5. procaine?
    local anesthetic
  6. lidoderm?
    local analgesia
  7. phlebotomy, wound care
    local analgesia
  8. hypertonicity?
    local analgesia
  9. nerve block (epinephrine to localize effects, peripheral, central, efferent sympathetics)?
    local analgesia
  10. general anesthetics?
    • barbiturates
    • dissociative
    • miscellaneous
    • opioids
    • benzodiazepines
    • nitrous oxide
    • volatile liquids
  11. Morphine?
    strong opioid
  12. fentanyl?
    strong opioid
  13. methadone?
    strong opioid
  14. codeine?
    mild-moderate opioid
  15. hydrocodone?
    mild-moderate opioid
  16. oxycodone?
    mild-moderate opioid
  17. propoxyphnene?
    mild-moderate opioid
  18. buprenorphine?
    partial agonists opioid
  19. pentazocine?
    mixed agonists-antagonist opioid
  20. butorphanol
    mixed agonists-antagonist opioid
  21. amitryptiline?
    trycyclic antidepressant
  22. nortriptyline?
    trycyclic antidepressant
  23. doxepin?
    trycyclic antidepressant
  24. duloxetine?
    5-HT/NE reuptake inhibitor
  25. venlafaxine?
    5-HT/NE reuptake inhibitor
  26. gabapentin?
    GABA agonists
  27. ropinirole?
    dopamine agonist
  28. pramipexole?
    dopamine agonist
  29. carbamazepine?
    antiepileptic
  30. tramadol?
    weak opiate analgesic
  31. lidocaine?
    local anesthetic
  32. aspirin?
    traditional NSAID
  33. ibuprofen?
    traditional NSAID
  34. naproxen?
    traditional NSAID
  35. etodolac?
    traditional NSAID
  36. indomethacin?
    traditional NSAID
  37. diclifenac?
    traditional NSAID
  38. ketorolac?
    traditional NSAID
  39. celecoxib?
    Cox-2 inhibitor
  40. acetaminophen?
    CNS-COX
  41. Triamcinolone?
    glucocorticoid (SAID)
  42. Dexamethasone?
    glucocorticoid (SAID)
  43. cyclophosphamide?
    DMARD: alkylating agent
  44. sulfasalazine?
    DMARD: immunomodulator
  45. methotrexate?
    DMARD: antimetabolite
  46. entanercept?
    DMARD: cytokine antagonist (biological)
  47. adalimumab?
    DMARD: cytokine antagonist (biological)
  48. infliximab?
    DMARD: cytokine antagonist (biological)
  49. hyaluronan?
    viscosupplementation (lubrication)
  50. donepezil?
    cholinesterase inhibitor
  51. Rivastigmine?
    cholinesterase inhibitor
  52. Galantamine?
    cholinesterase inhibitor
  53. memantine?
    alzheimer's drug
  54. cimetidine?
    H2 antihistamine
  55. Rantidine?
    H2 antihistamine
  56. Famotidine?
    H2 antihistamine
  57. Magnesium hydroxide?
    antacid
  58. aluminum hydroxide?
    antacid
  59. ameprazole?
    protein pump inhibitor
  60. lansoprozole?
    protein pump inhibitor
  61. Pantoprazole?
    protein pump inhibitor
  62. esomeprazole?
    protein pump inhibitor
  63. metoclopramide?
    prokinetic drugs
  64. cisapride?
    prokinetic drugs
  65. Metoclopramide?
    D2 inhibitor
  66. diphenhydramine?
    H1 antagonist
  67. meclizine?
    H1 antagonist
  68. Ondansetron?
    5-HT3 receptor antagonist
  69. Granisetron?
    5-HT3 receptor antagonist
  70. alosetron?
    5-HT3 receptor antagonist
  71. dolasetron?
    5-HT3 receptor antagonist
  72. dronabinol?
    marijuana derivative
  73. Nabilone?
    marijuana derivative
  74. opioid?
    antidiarrheal
  75. diphenoxylate?
    antidiarrheal
  76. loperamide?
    antidiarrheal
  77. pectin?
    antidiarrheal
  78. colestipol?
    antidiarrheal
  79. phenobarbital?
    long lasting barbiturate
  80. butabarbital?
    short lasting barbiturate
  81. temazepam?
    benzodiazepine
  82. triazolam?
    benzodiazepine
  83. diazepam?
    benzodiazepine
  84. ativan?
    benzodiazepine
  85. clonazepam?
    benzodiazepine
  86. alprazolam?
    benzodiazepine
  87. zolpidem?
    NBRA
  88. zaleplon?
    NBRA
  89. eszopiclone?
    NBRA
  90. amitriptyline?
    tricyclic antidepressant
  91. nortriptyline?
    tricyclic antidepressant
  92. fluoxetine?
    SSRI
  93. Sertraline?
    SSRI
  94. paroxetine?
    SSRI
  95. amoxapine?
    heterocyclic (2nd gen)
  96. bupropion?
    heterocyclic (2nd gen)
  97. trazadone?
    heterocyclic (2nd gen)
  98. duloxetine?
    heterocyclic (3rd gen)
  99. venlafaxine?
    heterocyclic (3rd gen)
  100. mirtazapine?
    heterocyclic (3rd gen)
  101. phenelzine?
    MAO inhibitor
  102. tranylcypromine?
    MAO inhibitor
  103. selegiline?
    MAO inhibitor
  104. phenothiazine?
    antipsychotic (1st gen)
  105. chlorpromazine?
    antipsychotic (1st gen)
  106. fluphenazine?
    antipsychotic (1st gen)
  107. thioridazine?
    antipsychotic (1st gen)
  108. haloperidol?
    antipsychotic (1st gen)
  109. trifluoperazine?
    antipsychotic (1st gen)
  110. clozapine?
    antipsychotic (2nd gen)
  111. olanzapine?
    • antipsychotic (2nd gen)
    • bipolar drug
  112. aripiprazole?
    antipsychotic (2nd gen)
  113. lithium?
    bipolar drug
  114. carbamazepine?
    bipolar drug
  115. clonazepam?
    bipolar drug
  116. valproic acid
    bipolar drug
  117. What seizures does carbamazepine treat?
    • tonic-clonic
    • partial
  118. What seizures does phenytoin treat?
    • tonic-clonic
    • partial
  119. What seizures does valproic acid treat?
    • tonic-clonic
    • partial
    • absence
    • myoclonic
  120. What seizures does lamotrigine treat?
    • tonic-clonic
    • partial
  121. What seizures does ethosuximide treat?
    absence
  122. lamotrigine?
    back-up and adjunctive drug for seizures
  123. What seizures does clonazepam treat?
    • absence
    • myoclonic
  124. felbamate?
    back-up and adjunctive drug for seizures
  125. gabapentin?
    back-up and adjunctive drug for seizures
  126. levetiracetam?
    back-up and adjunctive drug for seizures
  127. phenobarbital?
    back-up and adjunctive drug for infant seizures
  128. tiagabine?
    back-up and adjunctive drug for seizures
  129. topiramate?
    back-up and adjunctive drug for seizures
  130. vigabatrin?
    back-up and adjunctive drug for seizures
  131. zonisamide?
    back-up and adjunctive drug for seizures
  132. levodopa?
    dopamine precursor
  133. bromocriptine?
    dopamine agonist
  134. pramipexole?
    dopamine agonist
  135. Ropinirole?
    dopamine agonist
  136. rotigotine?
    dopamine agonist
  137. apomorphine?
    dopamine agonist
  138. amantadine?
    indirect acting dopaminergic
  139. selegiline?
    MAO inhibitor
  140. rasagiline?
    MAO inhibitor
  141. entacapone?
    COMT inhibitor
  142. tolcapone?
    COMT inhibitor
  143. benztropine?
    muscarinic antagonist
  144. biperiden?
    muscarinic antagonist
  145. PD combination therapy?
    • sinemet: L-DOPA + CarbiDOPA
    • stalevo: entacapone + sinemet
  146. buprenorphine?
    mixed agonist-antagonist opioid
  147. nalbuphine?
    mixed agonist-antagonist opioid
  148. naloxone?
    antagonist opioid
  149. naltrexone?
    antagonist opioid
  150. pregabalin?
    Ca type N channel antagonist
  151. ziconotide?
    Ca type N channel antagonist

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