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  1. Symbyax
    Olanzapine and fluoxetine
  2. Zyprexa
    Olanzapine
  3. Geodon
    Ziprasidone
  4. Marplan
    Isocarboxazid - non selective MAO inhibitor
  5. Parnate
    Tranylcypromine - non-selective MAO inhibitor
  6. Nardil
    Phenylzine - non selective MAO inhibitor
  7. Eskalith
    Lithium
  8. Depakote
    Divalproex
  9. Depakene
    Valproic acid capsules and solution
  10. Depacon
    IV valproic acid
  11. Stavzor
    Valproic Acid delayed release capsules
  12. Imuran
    Azathioprine
  13. Sinemet
    • Carbidopa/levodopa
    • Carbidopa inhibits dopa decarboxylase preventing peripheral metabolism of levo
    • 70 to 100 mg of carb required to be effective and decrease nausea
    • Nausea, dizziness, orthostasis, dyskinesias, dark urine, unusual sexual urges, used mostly in older adults
    • Iron and protein-rich foods can decrease absorption
  14. Comtan
    • Entacapone
    • COMT Inhibitor 
    • Inhibits COMT to prevent peripheral conversion of levodopa, only use with levodopa
  15. Stalevo
    Levo/carbi/entacapone
  16. Mirapex
    • Pramipexol - DA agonist
    • Start 0.125 mg TID, titrate weekly to 0.5 to 1.5 mg TID
    • Drowsiness, nausea, dizziness, orthostasis, hallucinations, dyskinesias, decrease dose if CrCl less than 60
  17. Requip
    • Ropinorole - DA agonist
    • 0.25 mg TID, titrate weekly to 1 to 4 mg TID
  18. Neupro
    • Rotigotine - patch formulation
    • DA agonist
    • 1 mg / 24 hours
    • Remove prior to MRI
  19. Apokyn
    • Apomorphine
    • DA agonist injection for advanced disease: a "rescue" movement agent for OFF periods
    • CI with 5HT-receptor antagonists (like zofran)
    • Severe N/V, hypotension (use trimethobenzamide for nausea at least 3 days prior to initial dose)
  20. Tigan
    • Trimethobenzamide
    • For use with apomorphine - start 3 days before and continued for at least first 3 monhts of therapy
  21. Symmetrel
    • Amantadine
    • Dopamine reuptake inhibitor - used in mild disease or for dyskinesias in advanced disease
    • 100 mg BID to TID
    • Decrease dose in renal impairment
    • Nausea, dizzy, lightheaded
  22. Eldepreyl
    • Selegiline - selective MAO-B inhibitor
    • Only has benefit when used WITH levo
    • Ensam is a selegiline transdermal patch which is the only formulation used for depression
    • 5 to 10 mg daily
  23. Ensam
    Selegiline transdermal patch for depression
  24. Zelepar
    • Selegiline ODT formulation for PD
    • 1.25 to 5 mg daily
  25. Azilect
    • Rasagiline
    • MAO-B inhibitor
    • Rasagiline can used as initial monotherapy or adjunctive with levo
    • 0.5 to 1 mg daily in am, can be activating
    • When used as monotherapy, can cause HA, joint pain, and indigestion.
    • More risk than selegiline for drug and food interactions.
    • Drug interactions: meperidine, tramadol, methodone, propoxyphene, dextromethorphan, st jon's wort, mirtazapine, cyclobenzaprine
  26. Cogentin
    • Benztropine
    • Centrally acting anticholinergic
    • 0.5 to 2 mg TID
    • Used for tremor - avoid in elderly
  27. Artane
    • Trihexphenidyl
    • Centrally acting anticholinergic
    • 1 to 2 mg TID
  28. Drugs that worsen dementia
    Peripheral and central anticholinergics, antihistamines, antiemetics, antipsychotics, barbiturates, benzos, skeltal muscle relaxants
  29. Drugs that cause or worsen PD
    phenothiazines, FGAs, SGAs, Reglan, cholinesterase inhibitors used for dementia
  30. Aricept
    • Donepezil
    • Acetylcholinesterease inhibitor
    • Available ODT
    • 5 to 10 mg QHS, new formula is 23 mg daily but this provides little benefit
    • GI side effects, given QHS to help with nausea,
  31. Exelon
    • Rivastigmine
    • Available as a patch
    • Acetylcholinesterase inhibitor
    • 1.5 to 6 mg BID
    • 4.6 and 9.5 mg / 24 hour patch
    • With food
  32. Razadyne
    • Galantamine
    • Acetylcholinesterase inhibitor
    • 4 to 12 mg BID
    • ER: start at 8 mg daily, then increase to 16 to 24 mg daily
  33. Cognex
    • Tacrine
    • Acetylcholinesterase inhibitor
    • Hepatotoxicity - do not give with hx of tacrine induced jaundice or bilirubin
    • 10 to 20 mg bid
  34. Namenda
    • Memantine
    • Blocks NMDA which inhibits glutamate from binding to NMDA receptors, decreases abnormal activation
    • 5 to 10 mg BID or 28 mg daily if XR (start at 7 and titrate weekly)
    • GI, HA
    • Rare: flu like sx, arthralgia, UTI, urinary retention, small risk of seizures
  35. Ritalin
    • Methylphenidate IR
    • 2.5 to 20 mg tabs
  36. Methylin
    • Methylphenidate IR
    • 2.5 mg to 20 mg tabs
  37. Ritalin LA
    • Methylphenidate long acting
    • 1/2 IR and 1/2 SR
    • 10 to 40 mg tabs
  38. Ritalin SR
    • Methylphenidate sustained release
    • 20 mg SR tabs
  39. Metadate ER
    • Methylphenidate EXt Release
    • 10 to 20 mg ER tabs
  40. Quillivant XR
    Methylphenidate XR oral suspension
  41. Concerta
    Methylphenidate IR with OROS system
  42. Metadate CD
    Methylphenidate IR with beads that dissolve at different rates
  43. Daytrana
    Methylphenidate transdermal patch
  44. Focalin
    • Dexmethylphenidate
    • 2.5 to 10 mg tabs for IR
    • 5 to 20 mg caps for ER
  45. Adderall
    Dextroamphetamine and amphetamine mixed salts
  46. Dexedrine and dextrostat, ProCentra
    • dextroamphetamine IR
    • Available as dexedrine spansules
  47. Vyvanse
    Lisdexamfetamine
  48. ADHD meds that can be mixed with apple sauce
    Focalin XF, Ritalin LA, Metadate CD, Adderall XR
  49. Strattera
    • Atomoxetine
    • 40 to 80 mg capsules, occassionally up to 100 mg
    • Black Box, suicide, liver injury, CV problems, glaucoma
    • GI fatigue
  50. Intuniv
    • Guanfacine XR
    • Daily start at 1mg, go up to 4
  51. Kapvay
    • Clondine XR
    • Start at 0.1 mg QHS, titrate weekly
    • Rebound HTN is stopped abruptly, extended Release formula is supposed to have fewer SE
  52. Provigil
    • Modafinil
    • 200 mg daily
    • HA, dizzy, anxiety, agitation, rash
  53. Nuvigil
    • Armodafanil
    • 150 to 250 mg daily
  54. Medications that can cause or worsen depression
    • Beta blockers, especially propranolol
    • Clonidine
    • Steroids
    • Cyclosporine
    • Ethanol
    • Isotretinoin
    • Indomethacin
    • Interferons
    • Methadone
    • Methyldopa
    • Oral contraceptives
    • Stimulants
    • Procainamide
    • Reserpine
    • Statins
    • Varenicline
  55. Meds that can worsen anxiety
    • Albuterol if swallowed
    • Abilify
    • Caffeine
    • Stimulants
    • Decongestants
    • Bupropion
    • Fluoxetine
    • Illicit drugs
  56. Inderal
    • Propranolol for stage fright
    • 10 to 40 mg 1 hour prior to event
    • Non selective beta blocker so avoid with asthma and COPD
  57. Ativan
    • Lorazepam
    • 0.5 to 2 mg prn
  58. Xanax
    • Alprazolam
    • 0.25 o 2 mg prn
  59. Librium
    Chlordiazepoxide
  60. Klonopin
    • Clonazepam
    • 0.125 to 2 mg prn
  61. Tranxene
    Clorazepate
  62. Valium
    • Diazepam
    • 3.75 to 15 mg prn
  63. Serax
    Oxazepam
  64. Restoril
    • Temazepam
    • 7.5 to 30 QHS
  65. Buspar
    • Buspirone
    • 5HT1 Partial Agonist
    • Start 7.5 mg BID can increase by 5 mg / day every 2 to 3 days until 30 mg / day
    • Decrease dose with dilt, verap, erythro
  66. Ambien
    • Zolpidem
    • 5 to 10 mg QHS
    • Do not take with fatty foods, a heavy meal
    • May cause parasomnias
  67. Sonata
    • Zaleplon
    • 5 to 10 mg QHS
  68. Lunesta
    • Eszopiclone
    • 1 to 3 mg QHS
  69. Rozerem
    • Ramelteon
    • Melatonin Receptor Agonist
    • Do not take with fatty food
    • 8 mg QHS
  70. Silenor
    • Doxepin ER
    • 6 mg QHS or 3 mg if greater than 65 years
    • Used for difficulty staying asleep
  71. Edluar SL and Intermezzo SL
    • Zolpidem SL
    • Intermezzo SL for night time awakening
  72. Antacids
    • Aluminum causes constipation
    • Magnesium causes diarrhea - think magnesium citrate
    • Al and Mg can accumulate with CrCl less than 30
  73. Duexis
    Famotidine and Ibuprofen
  74. Pepcid
    • Famotidine
    • 10 and 20 OTC strength 20 and 40 RX strength
  75. Zantac
    • Ranitidine
    • OTC 75 and 150
    • RX 300
  76. Axid
    • Nizatadine
    • OTC 75
    • RX 150 and 300
  77. Tagamet
    • Cimetidine
    • OTC 200
    • RX 300 400 and 800
  78. PPIs
    • Prilosec
    • Zegerid
    • Protonix
    • Prevacid
    • Dexilant
    • Nexium
    • Vimovo
    • Aciphex
    • Do not crush or chew pantoprazole or rabeprazole tablets or capsules
    • Esomeprazole and Pantoprazole available as injection
  79. Cytotec
    • Misoprostol
    • 100 mcg after dinner, then 100 mcg or 200 mcg QID
    • Preg cat X
    • Diarrhea, ab pain
  80. Carafate
    • Sucralafate
    • 1 g tab QID before meals and at bedtime
    • Avoid in severe renal disease
    • May cause constipation
  81. Reglan
    • Metoclopramide
    • 10 mg QID before meals and at bedtime
    • Decrease dose when CrCl less than 40
  82. Citrucel
    • Methylcellulose
    • Bulk laxative
  83. FiberCon
    • Calcium Polycarbophil
    • Bulk laxative
  84. Metamucil
    • Psyllium
    • Bulk laxative
  85. Colace
    Docusate
  86. Dulcolax
    Bisacodyl
  87. Ex-lex
    Senna
  88. Relistor
    • Methylnaltrexone
    • Blocks opioid receptors in the gut to relieve constipation - only for use with opioids after failure with colace and stimulant
  89. Milk of Magnesia
    • Magnesium salts
    • Salts retain fluid in the bowel lumen with net increase of fluid secretions in the small intesting
  90. Golytely, Miralax, Carbowax
    • Polyethylene glycol
    • Hyperosmotic
  91. Amitiza
    • Lubiprostone
    • Activates chloride channels in the gut leading to increased fluid in gut and movement
    • 24 mcg capsule BID with food
  92. Pepto Bismol
    • Bismuth subsalicylate
    • DOn't give to children
    • SE include black tongiue, rarely tinnitus
  93. Imodium
    • Loperamide
    • DNE 16 mg / d
  94. Lomitil
    • Diphenoxylate 2.5 mg withatropine 0.025 mg
    • mac 20 mg / day

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