21-30 top200 drugs

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21-30 top200 drugs
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2013-02-20 19:19:02
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  1. escitaloram
    • Brand: lexapro
    • Class: selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI)
    • Major Use: major depression / anxiety disorder
    • Schedule: not controlled 
    • Routes: PO
  2. warfarin
    • Brand: coumadin
    • Class: anticoagulant
    • Major Use: blood clot prevention and treatment
    • Schedule: not controlled
    • Routes: PO, IV
  3. montelukast
    • Brand: singulair
    • Class: leukotriene inhibitor
    • Major Use: asthma maintenance
    • Schedule: not controlled
    • Routes: PO
  4. amlodipine
    • Brand: norvasc
    • Class: calcium channel blocker
    • Major Use: hypertension / coronary artery disease
    • Schedule: not controlled
    • Routes: PO
  5. ibuprofen
    • Brand: motrin, advil
    • Class: non-steroidal anti-inflammatory
    • Major Use: arthritis / dysmenorrhea / pain
    • Schedule: not controlled
    • Routes: PO
  6. clopidogrel
    • Brand: plavix
    • Class: platelet aggregation inhibitor
    • Major Use: acute coronary syndrome / clot prevention
    • Schedule: not controlled
    • Routes: PO
  7. prednisone
    • Brand: deltasone, sterapred
    • Class: corticosteroid
    • Major Use: inflammation / adrenal insufficiency / MS
    • Schedule: not controlled
    • Routes: PO
  8. fluoxetine
    • Brand: prozac, serafem
    • Class: selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI)
    • Major Use: depression / OCD / panic / premenstral
    • Schedule: not controlled
    • Routes: PO
  9. tramadol
    • Brand: ultram, ultram ER
    • Class: non-narcotic pain reliever
    • Major Use: moderate pain
    • Schedule: not controlled
    • Routes: PO
  10. cephalexin
    • Brand: keflex
    • Class: cephalosporin antibiotic
    • Major Use: infection
    • Schedule: not controlled
    • Routes: PO

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