common pharmacy drugs

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common pharmacy drugs
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  1. amoxicillin
    anti-biotic
  2. ampicillin
    anti-biotics
  3. clindamycin (antirobe)
    anti-biotic
  4. enrofloxacin (baytril)
    anti-biotic
  5. cephalexin
    antibiotic
  6. amoxicillin
    antibiotic
  7. clavulanic acid (clavamox)
    antibiotic
  8. cefovecin sodium (convenia injectable)
    antibiotics
  9. ketoprofen (anafen)
    nsaid anti inflam drug
  10. carprofen
    nsaid anti inflam drug
  11. rimadyl
    anti inflam drug
  12. depo-medrolĀ 
    steroid and anti inflam
  13. deracoxib (deramax)
    anti inflamm
  14. meloxicam (metacam)
    NSAID anti inflamm
  15. dexamethasone
    nsaid anti inflamm
  16. prednisone
    steroid anti inflamm
  17. vanectyl-p
    steroid anti inflamm
  18. aminophylline
    heart medications
  19. enalapril (enacard)
    heart medication
  20. benazapril (fortekor)
    heart medication
  21. theophylline (theo-dur)
    heart medication
  22. pimobendan (vetmedin)
    heart medications
  23. gentocin
    ear medications
  24. otomax
    ear medication
  25. surolan
    ear medication
  26. tresaderm
    ear medication
  27. baytril otic
    ear medications
  28. tobramycin
    eye medications
  29. bnp
    eye medications
  30. bnph
    eye medication
  31. maxidex
    eye medications
  32. optimmune
    eye medications
  33. lubrithal
    eye medications
  34. cimetidine
    anti emetic
  35. metronidazole
    anti emetic
  36. famotidine
    anti emetic
  37. metoclopramide
    anti emetic
  38. sulcrate
    anti ulcer anti emetic
  39. maropitant (cerenia injectable)
    anti emetic
  40. amitriptyline
    behaviour modifiation drug
  41. selegiline (anipryl)
    behaviour modification drug
  42. clomipramine (clomicam)
    behaviour modification drug
  43. pentobarbitol (euthanyl)
    controlled drug
  44. ketamine
    controlled drug
  45. diazepam (valium)
    controlled drugs
  46. phenobarbital
    controlled drugs
  47. testosterone
    controlled drugs
  48. fentanyl (duragestic patch)
    narcotic drugs
  49. morphine
    narcotic drugs
  50. oxymorphine
    narcotic drugs
  51. hydromorphone
    narcotic drugs
  52. butorphanol (torbugesic)
    narcotic drugs
  53. drontal, droncit, ivermectin, panacur,interceptor,milbemax,cestex,profender, strongid-t
    anti-parasitic medications
  54. lidocaine
    anesthetic
  55. isoflurane
    anesthetic
  56. rapinovet (propofol)
    anesthetic
  57. medetomidine (domitor)
    anesthetic
  58. atipamazole (antisedan)
    anesthetic
  59. acepromazine (atravet)
    sedative
  60. levothyroixine (eltroxin, synthroid)
    thyroid medications
  61. methimazole (tapazole)
    thyroid medication
  62. heparin
    anticoagulant
  63. warfarin
    anticoagulant
  64. griseofulvin
    anti-fungal
  65. ketoconazole
    antifungal
  66. diphenhydramine (benadryl)
    antihistamine
  67. furosemide (lasix)
    diuretics
  68. apomorphine
    emetic
  69. hydrogen peroxide
    emetic

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