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  1. Cef or ceph
    (cephalosporin)
    • Antiobiotic
    • -causes 5% sensitivit with pcn
    • -can cause GI distress
  2. -cillin
    • Antibiotic
    • -Common allergy
    • -gi distress
  3. -mycin
    (gentamycin, tobramycin, eythromycin)
    • aminoglycoside Macrolide Antibiotic
    • -renal toxicity
    • -ototoxicity with aminoglycoside
  4. -cycline
    • -Tetracycline (Class)
    • -antibiotic
    • -dental problems for fetus if taken during pregnancy
    • -interferes with oral contraceptives
  5. -azoles
    Fluconazole(Diflucan)
    Miconazole (lotrimin)
    • Antifungal
    • -very liver toxic!!!
    • -many durg-drug interactions
  6. -pine
    (amlopidine, exception-verparamil)
    • Calcium channel blocker
    • -monitor BP and rhythm

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  7. -pril
    (captopril)
    • ACE inhibitor
    • -monitorĀ  COUGH!
  8. -sartan
    (valsartan)
    • ARBs (angiotensin receptor blocker)
    • -not be used during pregnancy
  9. -OLOL
    (propanolol, acebutolol)
    • Beta blocker
    • -monitor cardiovascular effect
  10. -OL
    (albuterol)
    • Beta Agonist
    • -rapid heart rate, sympathetic reaction (pupil dilated, bronchioles dilate, bv constrict)
  11. Selective Beta 1 blocker
    • SAME!
    • Atenolol
    • Metropolol
    • esmolol
  12. Non selective B blockers
    (affects both heart and lungs)
    • Labetalol
    • Propanolol
    • Naldalol
    • -constrict lungs and slows heart rate
    • -PT: difficulty breathing
  13. -osin
    (doxazosin, prazosin)
    • ALPHA BLOCKER
    • action: dilates arteries and veins by blocking alpha adregenic receptors
    • Therapeutic: Antihypertensive

    • -First dose rxn
    • -monitor for CHF
  14. -parin
    (heparin, dalteparin)
    • Anticlotting agent
    • -monitor for excessive bruising or bleeding
  15. -thiazide
    (hydroclorothiazide)
    • DIURETIC
    • -weight loss
    • -K electrolyte decrease
  16. -prazole
    (omeprazole)
    • PPI (proton pump inhibitor)
    • -antiulcer agent

    -Action: binds to gastric PARIETAL cells in the presence of gastric ph, preventing the final transport of hydrogen ions to gastric lumen
  17. -ase
    (streptokinase)
    • Enzyme (usually used with thrombolytics)
    • -monitor for bleeding
  18. -statin
    (Lovastatin, pravastatin)
    • HMG CoA inhibitor (for high cholesterol level)
    • -rhabdomylosis!!!
    • -with diet and exercise
  19. -triptan
    (zolmitriptan)
    • Antimigraine drug
    • -Monitor bp and cardiac effects
  20. -enafil

    (sildenafil)
    • IMPOTENCE DRUG
    • -NOT with nitrates or alpha blockers
    • -must be used for sexual stimulation
  21. -barbital

    (phenobarbital)
    BARBITUATES

    • -CNS depressant
    • -stimulate liver enzymes to metabolize drugs
  22. -PAM

    (diazepam, lorazepam)
    • BENZODIAZEPINE
    • -dopamine inhibitor
    • -liver and renal toxicity
  23. -setron

    (ondansetron)
    • ANTIEMETIC/ Serotonin inhibitor
    • -central acting
    • -block effect of serotonin (the HAPPY CELL! also found in our GI)
    • -CNS depression
  24. -AZINE
    (promethiazine)
    • ANTIEMETIC/PHENOTHIAZINE
    • -Dopamine inhibitor
    • -Act on chemoreceptor trigger zone (CTZ) to prevent n/v
  25. Scopalamine
    dimenhydrinate

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    • ANTIEMETIC
    • -by diminishing motion sickness
  26. -SONE
    prednisone, cortisone
    • CORTICOSTEROID
    • -Function: antiinflammatory, imunnosupressive
    • -timing of dose and risk of infection
    • -prolonged tx result to adrenal suppresion
    • -needs to be tapered!
  27. -OLONE


    (adronolone)
    ANABOLIC STEROID

    -liver and hear toxicity
  28. -ASTERIDE

    (dutaseride)
    ANDROGEN INHIBITOR

    • Therapeutic: benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) agents
    • -to manage sx of enlarged prostate

    -monitor I&O
  29. -profen

    (ibupofen)
    NSAIDs

    -GI bleeding

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