Rx Seq2 Week4

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Rx Seq2 Week4
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2010-06-28 17:04:48
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  1. Atacand
    • Generic: candesartan
    • TC: angiotensin II receptor blocker
    • Forms: TAB
    • Routes: PO
  2. Lovaza
    • Generic: Omega-3-acid ethyl esters
    • TC: misc antilipemic agent
    • Forms: CAP (liq gel)
    • Routes: PO
    • Xtra info: used with diet to treat high glyiceride
    • Strengths: 1gm
  3. Plavix
    • Generic: clopidogrel
    • TC: antiplatelet agent; thienopyridine
    • Forms: TAB
    • Routes: PO
    • Strengths: 75mg; 300mg
  4. Symbicort
    • Generic: budesonide and formotorol
    • TC: beta2 adrenergic agonist; long acting; corticosteroid inhalant
    • Forms: AERO for inhalation
    • Routes: PO
  5. Coreg
    • Generic: carvedilol
    • TC: beta blocker with alpha blocker activity
    • Forms: TAB
    • Routes: PO
  6. Flovent HFA
    • Generic: fluticasone systematic
    • TC: corticosteroid inhalant
    • Forms: AERO for inhalation
    • Routes: PO
    • Xtra info: 120 metered actuations
  7. Clarinex
    • Generic: desloratadine
    • TC: histamine H1 antagonist; second generation
    • Forms: SYR; TAB; oral disintigrating TAB
    • Routes: PO
    • Xtra info: non-sedating antihistamine
  8. Protonix
    • Generic: pantoprazole
    • TC: PPI; substituted benzimidazole
    • Forms: GRAN for SUSP, (del rel) EC
    • Routes: PO
  9. Norvasc
    • Generic: amlodipine
    • TC: calcium channel blocker; dihydopyridine
    • Forms: TAB
    • Routes: PO
  10. Lovenox
    • Generic: enoxaparin
    • TC: low molecular weight heparin
    • Forms: sol. for INJ
    • Routes: IV
  11. NGT
    nasal gastic tube
  12. IBS
    irritable bowel syndrome
  13. UGI
    upper gastrointestinal infection
  14. BM
    bowel movement
  15. MOM
    milk of magnesia (or magnisium)
  16. PPI
    proton pump inhibitor
  17. abd
    abdominal
  18. N+V
    nausea and vomitting
  19. BP
    blood pressure
  20. CHF
    congestive heart failure

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