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  1. Cetirizine HCL

    (Zyrtec)
    Antihistimine

    Relieves symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis
  2. Fexofenadine

    (Allegra)
    Antihistimine

    Management of rhinitis, allergy symptoms, chronic idiopathic urticaria
  3. Hydroxyzine

    (Anx, Atarax, Vistaril)
    Antihistamine

    Treatment of pruritis, pre-op anxiety, post-op nausea and vomiting, to potentiate opioid analgesics, sedation
  4. Loratadine 

    (Alavert, Claritin)
    Antihistamine

    Management of seasonal rhinitis
  5. Beclomethasone

    (Beclovent, Beconase, Qvar)
    Corticosteroid

    Used in chronic asthma treatment, seasonal or perennial rhinitis
  6. Flunisolide

    (Aerobid, Nasalide)
    Corticosteroid

    Used in chronic asthma treatment, seasonal or perennial rhinitis
  7. Fluticasone

    (Flonase)
    Corticosteroid

    Used in chronic asthma treatment, seasonal or perennial rhinitis
  8. Fluticason Propionate 
    Salmetrol

    (Advair Diskus)
    Corticosteroid

    Used when asthma is not well controlled with long-term inhaled corticosteroids; COPD
  9. Mometasone

    (Nasonex Spray)
    Corticosteroid

    Used in chronic asthma treatment, seasonal or perennial rhinitis
  10. Triamcinolone

    (Nasacort AQ Spray)
    Corticosteroid

    Used in chronic asthma treatment, seasonal or perennial rhinitis
  11. Acetaminophen

    (Tylenol)
    Nonopioid Analgesic

    Treatment of mild pain or fever
  12. Aspirin
    Nonopioid Analgesic

    Management of mild to moderate pain or fever, transient ischemic attacks, prophylaxis of MI, ischemic stroke, angina
  13. Celecoxib

    (Celebrex)
    Nonopioid Analgesic

    Management of acute, chronic arthritis pain and primary dysmenorrheal pain relief within 60 minutes
  14. Ibuprofen

    (Advil, Motrin IB)
    Nonopioid Analgesic

    Treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, primary dysmenorrhea, gout, dental pain, musculoskeletal disorders, fever
  15. Naproxen

    (Aleve [otc], ...)
    Nonopioid Analgesic

    • Management of mild to moderate pain,
    • Treatment of rheumatoid, juvenile, and gouty arthritis; osteoarthritis; primary dysmenorrhea
  16. Codeine
    Opioid Analgesic

    Treatment of moderate to severe pain, nonproductive cough
  17. Hydrocodone Bitartrate & Acetaminophen

    (Lortab, Vicodin)
    Opioid Analgesic

    Used for relief of moderate to moderately severe pain
  18. Hydromorphone

    (Dilaudid)
    Opioid Analgesic

    Treatment of moderate to severe pain, nonproductive cough
  19. Meperidine

    (Demerol)
    Opioid Analgesic

    Management of moderate to severe pain, pre-op sedation, post-op, and OB analgesia
  20. Methadone

    (Dolophine, Methadose)
    Opioid Analgesic

    Relief of pain, detoxification/maintenance of narcotic addiction
  21. Morphine

    (MS Contin)
    Opioid Analgesic

    • Management of severe pain
    • (continuous dosing is more effective than PRN)
  22. Oxycodone

    (OxyContin; with aspirin Percodan, with acetaminophen Percocet)
    Opioid Analgesic

    Management of moderate to severe pain
  23. Propoxyphene

    (Darvon, Darvocet-N)
    Opioid Analgesic

    Management of mild to moderate pain
  24. Heparin
    Anticoagulant

    Prophylaxis and treatment of thromboembolic disorders

    In very low doses to maintain patency of IV catheters (heparin flush)

    Therapeutic PTT @ 1.5 - 2.5 times the control without signs of hemorrhage
  25. Warfarin

    (Coumadin)
    Anticoagulant

    Management of pulmonary emboli, deep vein thrombosis, MI, atrial dysrhythmias, postcardiac valve replacement

    Therapeutic PT @ 1.5-2.5 times the control, INR @ 2.0-3.0.

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