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  1. Narcan
    Naloxon
  2. Dificid
    Fidaxomicin
  3. Demerol; Meperitab
    Meperidine
  4. Aminophylline
    Norphyl, Phyllocontin, Truphylline

    Indication: asthma, COPD

    MOA: Aminophylline is a 2:1 complex of theophylline and ethylenediamine (approximately 79% anhydrous theophylline).Theophylline exerts two distinct actions in the lungs; bronchodilation through smooth muscle relaxation and suppression of airway stimuli. The true mechanism of action has not been fully elucidated. However, it is suggested that bronchodilation is mediated by inhibition of two isoenzymes, phosphodiesterase (PDE III) and PDE IV while non-bronchodilation effects are mediated through other molecular mechanisms. Theophylline also appears to increase the force of contraction of diaphragmatic muscles through enhancement of calcium uptake through adenosine-mediated channels
  5. Rivastigmine
    Exelon

    Class: Cholinesterase Inhibitor, Centrally Acting

    • Indication: 
    • Alzheimer's disease-Dementia
    • Dementia (Mild to Moderate) - Parkinson's disease
  6. Lexiscan
    Regadenoson

    • Class:
    • Adenosine A2a Receptor AgonistDiagnostic Agent, Cardiac Function

    Indication: Radionuclide myocardial perfusion study, Pharmacologic Stress

    MOA: An A(2A) adenosine receptor agonist, produces coronary vasodilation and increases coronary blood flow
  7. Duoneb
    Ipratropium Bromide/Albuterol Sulfate inhalation

    Indication: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, For patients requiring a second bronchodilator 
  8. Methylprednisolone Sodium Succinate
    Solu Medrol


  9. Infliximab
    Remicade

    Class: Immunological Agent,Monoclonal AntibodyTumor, Necrosis Factor Inhibitor

    Indication:
  10. Prochlorperazine
    Compazine

    • Class:
    • Antiemetic
    • Phenothiazine
    • Piperazine (class)

    Indication: Nause and vomitting

    MOA: Prochlorperazine is a phenothiazine derivative that depresses the chemoreceptor trigger zone, thereby controlling severe nausea and vomiting
  11. Pralidoxime Chloride
    Protopam

    • Indication: 
    • Anticholinesterase overdose - Myasthenia gravis
    • Organophosphate poisoning
    • Poisoning due to nerve gas; Adjunct

    MOA: Pralidoxime chloride reactivates cholinesterase (mainly outside CNS) which was inactivated by organophosphate pesticides through phosphorylation. By means of direct chemical reaction, it slows down the process of "aging" of phosphorylated cholinesterase to a form which is not reactivatable, and it also detoxifies certain organophosphates
  12. Atropine
    Atropine

    Class: antimuscarinic

    Indication: Poisoning by parasympathomimetic drug
  13. Zohydro ER
    Hydrocodone Bitartrate 
  14. Ester type anesthetics
    • Benzocaine
    • Procaine
    • Tetracaine
    • Chloroprocaine
    • Propoxycaine
    • Cocaine
  15. Amide type anesthetics
    • Lidocaine
    • Mepivacaine
    • Prilocaine
    • Bupivacaine
    • Phenocaine
    • Dibucaine
    • Etidocaine
  16. Bisacodyl
    Dulcolax

    Class: Laxative, stimulant

    • Indication: 
    • Constipation,
    • Preparation of bowel for procedure
  17. Polyethyllene Glycol 3350
    Mirilax
  18. Ketorolac
    Toradol

    Class:
    NSAID

    Indication: 
    Short-term (≤5 days) management of moderate-to-severe acute pain requiring analgesia at the opioid level
  19. Metolezone
    Zaroxolyn
  20. Oxcabazepine
    Trileptal
  21. Olanzapine
    Zyprexa
  22. Oxybutynin Chloride
    Ditropan
  23. Acarbose
    Precose
  24. Acetazolamide
    Diamox
  25. Alfuzosin
    Uroxatral
  26. Aliskerin
    Tekturna
  27. Acyclovir
    Zovirax
  28. Amantadine
    Symetrel
  29. Amiodarone
    • Cordarone
    • Nexterone
    • Pacerone

    Class:
    Antiarrythmic agents, class III

    Indication: Management of life-threatening recurrent ventricular fibrillation (VF) or hemodynamically-unstable ventricular tachycardia (VT) refractory to other antiarrhythmic agents or in patients intolerant of other agents used for these conditions
  30. Neostigmine
    • Bloxiverz
    • Prostigmin

    Class: Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors

    Indication:
  31. Triamcinolone Acetonide injectable suspension
    Kenalog-40

    • Indications: 
    • Intra-articular (soft tissue): Acute gouty arthritis, acute/subacute bursitis, acute tenosynovitis, epicondylitis, rheumatoid arthritis, synovitis of osteoarthritis

    Intralesional: Alopecia areata, discoid lupus erythematosus, keloids, granuloma annulare lesions (localized hypertrophic, infiltrated, or inflammatory), lichen planus plaques, lichen simplex chronicus plaques, psoriatic plaques, necrobiosis lipoidica diabeticorum, cystic tumors of aponeurosis or tendon (ganglia)

    Systemic: Adrenocortical insufficiency, dermatologic diseases, endocrine disorders, gastrointestinal diseases, hematologic and neoplastic disorders, nervous system disorders, nephrotic syndrome, rheumatic disorders, allergic states, respiratory diseases, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), and other diseases requiring anti-inflammatory or immunosuppressive effects
  32. Linezolid
    Zyvox
  33. Loperamide
    Imodium
  34. Liothyronine
    Cytomel
  35. Lithium carbonate
    Eskalith

    Indication: Lithium salts are used in the treatment of a variety of psychiatric disorders but are most commonly used in the treatment of affective (mood) disorders
  36. Loratadine/Pseudoephrine
    Claritin D 12 HR
  37. Loratadine
    Claritin
  38. Losartan Potassium
    cozaar
  39. Lubiprostone
    Amitiza

    • Indication:
    • Treatment of chronic idiopathic constipation; treatment of opioid-induced constipation with chronic non-cancer pain; treatment of irritable bowel syndrome with constipation in adult women
  40. Magnesium Oxide
    MAG OX
  41. Meclizine
    Antivert
  42. Megestrol acetate
    Megace
  43. Meloxicam
    Mobic
  44. Memantine
    Namenda
  45. Mesalamine
    Apriso; Asacol HD; Canasa; Delzicol; Lialda; Pentasa; Rowasa; SfRowasa

    Class:5-Aminosalicylic Acid Derivative

    • Indication: 
    • Apriso: Maintenance of remission of ulcerative colitis in patients ≥18 years
    • Asacol HD: Treatment of moderately active ulcerative colitis in adults
    • Lialda, Pentasa: Treatment and maintenance of remission of mildly to moderately active ulcerative colitis
    • Delzicol: Treatment of mildly to moderately active ulcerative colitis in patients ≥12 years; maintentance of remission of ulcerative colitis in adults
    • Rectal: Treatment of active mild to moderate distal ulcerative colitis (suspension only), proctosigmoiditis (suspension only), or proctitis (suspension and suppository)
  46. Methimazole
    Tapazole

    Class: Antithyroid Agent; Thioamide

    Indication: Treatment of hyperthyroidism (including preparation for radioactive iodine therapy or thyroidectomy)
  47. Methocarbamol
    Robaxin

    Class: 
    Skeletal Muscle Relaxant

    MOA: Causes skeletal muscle relaxation by general CNS depression

    Indication: Adjunctive treatment of muscle spasm associated with acute painful musculoskeletal conditions (eg, tetanus)
  48. Methotrexate
    Otrexup; Rheumatrex; Trexall
  49. Methylprednisolone
    Medrol dose Pack
  50. Metoclopramide
    Reglan
  51. Metoprolol Tartrate
    Lopressor
  52. Metoprolol Succinate
    Toprol
  53. Metronidazole
    Flagyl
  54. Cefuroxime
    Ceftin
  55. Mirtazapine
    Remeron

    Class: Antidepressant, Alpha-2 Antagonist

    Indication: Depression
  56. Donepezil
    Aricept
  57. Doxazosin
    Cardura
  58. Doxepin
    Sinequan
  59. Doxycycline
    Vibramycin
  60. Duloxetine
    Cymbalta
  61. Dutasteride
    Avodart
  62. Eletriptan
    Relpax
  63. Enalapril
    Vasotec
  64. Eplerenone
    Inspra
  65. Estradiol
    Estrace
  66. Estrogen
    Premarin
  67. Etodolac
    Lodine
  68. Ezetimibe
    Zetia
  69. Famciclovir
    Famvir
  70. Famotidine
    Pepcid
  71. Fenofibrate
    Tricor
  72. Ferrous Saulfate
    Feosol
  73. Fiber
    Fibercon
  74. Finasteride
    Proscar
  75. Flecainide acetate
    Tambocor
  76. Fluconazole
    Diflucan
  77. Fludrocortisone
    Florinef
  78. Fluoxetine
    Prozac
  79. Fluphenazine
  80. Folbic
    Folic Acid, Cyanocobalamin, and Pyridoxine
  81. Fosinopril
    Monopril
  82. Furosemide
    Lasix
  83. Gabapentin
    Neurontin
  84. Levetiracetam
    Keppra
  85. Levofloxacin
    Levaquin
  86. Levonorgestrel
    Plan B
  87. Isosorbide dinitrate
    Isordil ER
  88. Isosorbide mononitrate
    Imdur
  89. Labetalol
    Trandate
  90. Lamivudine/Zidovudine
    Combivir
  91. Lamotrigine
    Lamictal
  92. Solutab
    Prevcid
  93. Hyoscyamine
    Levsin
  94. Ibuprofen
    Motrin
  95. Imipramine
    Tofranil
  96. Indomethacin
    Indocin
  97. Isoniazid
    Isotamine®; PMS-Isoniazid
  98. Hydralazine
    Apresoline
  99. Hydrochlorothiazide
    Hydrodiuril
  100. Hydroxychloroquine
    Plaquenil
  101. Hydroxyurea
    Droxia; Hydrea
  102. Hydroxyzine
    Atarax
  103. Hydroxyzine PAM
    Vistaril
  104. Glyburide 2.5mg, 5 mg
    Diabeta
  105. Glyburide 3mg
    Glynase
  106. Guanfacine
    Tenex, intunive
  107. Haloperidol
    Haldol
  108. Galantamine
    Razadyne
  109. Gemfibrozil
    Razadyne
  110. Glimepride
    Amaryl
  111. Glipizide
    Glucotrol
  112. Celecoxib
    Celebrex
  113. Cephalexin
    Keflex
  114. Chlorpromazine
  115. Citalopram
    Celexa
  116. Clarithromycin
    Biaxin
  117. clindamycin
    Cleocin
  118. Conidine
    Catapres
  119. Clotrimaole
    Mycelex
  120. Clopidogrel
    Plavix
  121. Clozapine
    clozaril
  122. Colchicine
    Colcrys
  123. Cyclosporine
    Sandimmune
  124. Cyproheptadine
    Periactin
  125. Babigatran
    Pradaxa
  126. Darfenacin
    Enablex
  127. Dantrolene
    Dantrium
  128. Desipramine
    Norpramin
  129. Desvenlafaxine
    Pristiq
  130. Dexamethasone
    Decadron
  131. Diclofenac sodium
    Voltaren
  132. Dicyclomine
    Bentyl
  133. Digoxin
    Lanoxin
  134. Diltiazem
    Cardizem
  135. Diphenhydramine
    Benadryl
  136. Divalproex
    Depakote
  137. Docusate
    Colace
  138. Bupivacaine 0.25% epinephrine: 1:200,000
    Marcaine
  139. Amitryptyline
    Elavil
  140. Amlodipine
    Norvasc
  141. Amoxicillin
    Trimox
  142. Anastrozole
    Arimidex

    Class: Antineoplastic Agent, Aromatase Inhibitor

    Indication: First-line treatment of locally-advanced or metastatic breast cancer (hormone receptor-positive or unknown) in postmenopausal womenAdjuvant treatment of early hormone receptor-positive breast cancer in postmenopausal womenTreatment of advanced breast cancer in postmenopausal women with disease progression following tamoxifen therapy
  143. Tamoxifen
    Soltamox

    Class: Antineoplastic Agent, Estrogen Receptor Antagonist; Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator (SERM)

    Indication: Treatment of metastatic (female and male) breast cancer; adjuvant treatment of breast cancer after primary treatment with surgery and radiation; reduce risk of invasive breast cancer in women with ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) after surgery and radiation; reduce the incidence of breast cancer in women at high risk
  144. Aripiprazole
    Abilify
  145. ASA/pyridamole
    Aggrenox
  146. Atenolol
    Tenormin
  147. Arovastatin
    Lipitor
  148. Azathioprine
    Azasan; Imuran

    Class: Immunosuppressant agent

    Indication: Renal transplantation: Adjunctive therapy in prevention of rejection of kidney transplantsRheumatoid arthritis: Treatment of active rheumatoid arthritis (RA), to reduce signs and symptoms
  149. Azithromycin
    Zithromax
  150. Baclofen
    Lioresal

    Class: Skeletal Muscle Relaxant

    Indication: Treatment of reversible spasticity associated with multiple sclerosis or spinal cord lesions
  151. Benazepril
    Lotensin
  152. Benzotropine
    Cogentin
  153. Benzonatate
    Tessalon Perles; Zonatuss

    Class: Antitussive

    Indication: Symptomatic relief of nonproductive cough

    MOA: etracaine congener with antitussive properties; suppresses cough by topical anesthetic action on the respiratory stretch receptors
  154. Methadone
    Dolophine; Methadone HCl Intensol; Methadose; Methadose Sugar-Free

    Class: Analgesic, Opioid

    Indication: Management of moderate-to-severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time; detoxification and maintenance treatment of opioid addiction through a certified program
  155. Desflurane
    Duprane
  156. Clidinium and Chlordiazepoxide
    Librax

    Class: Antispasmodic Agent, Gastrointestinal; Benzodiazepine

    Indication: Adjunct treatment of peptic ulcer; treatment of irritable bowel syndrome
  157. Chlorpromazine
    Chlorpromazine Hydrochloride Inj; Teva-Chlorpromazine

    • Class:
    • Antimanic Agent; Antipsychotic Agent, Typical, Phenothiazine

    • Indication: 
    • Management of psychotic disorders (control of mania, treatment of schizophrenia); control of nausea and vomiting; relief of restlessness and apprehension before surgery; acute intermittent porphyria; adjunct in the treatment of tetanus; intractable hiccups; combativeness and/or explosive hyperexcitable behavior in children 1-12 years of age and in short-term treatment of hyperactive children
  158. Clarithromycin
    Biaxin
  159. Clotrimazole
    Lotrimin
  160. Cyproheptadine
    Periactin

    Class: Histamine H1 Antagonist; First Generation; Piperidine Derivative

    Indication:Perennial and seasonal allergic rhinitis and other allergic symptoms including urticaria
  161. Pioglitazone
    Actos
  162. Pramipexole
    Mirapex
  163. Prasugrel
    Effient
  164. Prazosin
    Minipress
  165. Prednisone
    Deltasone
  166. Primidone
    Mysoline
  167. Probenecid
    Benuryl

    Class: Uricosuric Agent

    Indication:Treatment of hyperuricemia associated with gout or gouty arthritis; prolongation and elevation of beta-lactam plasma levels (eg, uncomplicated gonococcal infection)

    MOA: Competitively inhibits the reabsorption of uric acid at the proximal convoluted tubule, thereby promoting its excretion and reducing serum uric acid levels; increases plasma levels of weak organic acids (penicillins, cephalosporins, or other beta-lactam antibiotics) by competitively inhibiting their renal tubular secretion
  168. Promethazine
    Phenergan
  169. Propanfenone
    Rythmol

    Class: Antiarrhythmic Agent, Class Ic

    Indication: Treatment of life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias; treatment of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation/flutter (PAF) or paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia (PSVT) in patients with disabling symptoms and without structural heart disease
  170. Propranolol
    Inderal
  171. Pyridoxine HCl
    Vitamin B6
  172. Quetiapine
    Seroquel
  173. Quinapril
    Accupril
  174. Quinidine Sulfate
    Apo-Quinidine®

    Class: Antiarrhythmic Agent, Class Ia; Antimalarial Agent

    Indication: Conversion and prevention of relapse into atrial fibrillation and/or flutter; suppression of ventricular arrhythmias. Note: Due to proarrhythmic effects, use should be reserved for life-threatening arrhythmias. Moreover, the use of quinidine has largely been replaced by more effective/safer antiarrhythmic agents and/or nonpharmacologic therapies (eg, radiofrequency ablation).
  175. Raloxifene
    Evista
  176. Ranolazine
    Ranexa

    Class: Antianginal Agent

    • Indication: Chronic angina: Treatment of chronic angina
    • According to the 2012 ACCF/AHA/ACP/AATS/PCNA/SCAI/STS guidelines for patients with stable ischemic heart disease, ranolazine may be useful when prescribed as a substitute for beta blockers for relief of symptoms if initial treatment with beta blockers leads to unacceptable side effects, is less effective, or if initial treatment with beta blockers is contraindicated. May also be used in combination with beta blockers, for relief of symptoms when initial treatment with beta blockers is not successful (Fihn, 2012).
  177. Repaglinide
    Prandin
  178. Rifampin
    Rifadin
  179. Risperidone
    Risperdal
  180. Rivaroxaban
    Xarelto
  181. Rivastigmine
    Exelon
  182. Ropinirole
    Requip
  183. Saccharomyces
    Florastor

    Class: Dietary supplement, probiotic

    Indication: Promote maintenance of normal microflora in the gastrointestinal tract; used in management of bloating, gas, and diarrhea, particularly to decrease the incidence of diarrhea associated with antibiotic use
  184. Senokot S
    Senna S
  185. Sertraline
    Zoloft
  186. Sevelamer
    Renagel
  187. simethicone
    Mylicon
  188. Simvastatin
    Zocor
  189. Sitagliptin
    Januvia
  190. Sotalol
    Betapace

    Class: Antiarrhythmic Agent, Class II

    Indication: Betapace, Sorine: Treatment of documented ventricular arrhythmias (ie, sustained ventricular tachycardia), that in the judgment of the health care provider are life-threatening
  191. Spironolactone
    Aldactone
  192. Sucralate
    Carafate
  193. Sulfamethoxazole/Trimethoprim
    Bactrim
  194. Sulfasazine
    Azulfidine
  195. Sulindac
    Apo-Sulin; Teva-Sulindac

    Class: Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug (NSAID), Oral

    Indication: Management of inflammatory diseases including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, acute gouty arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, acute painful shoulder (bursitis/tendonitis)
  196. Sumatriptan
    Imitrex
  197. Prograf
    Tacrolimus
  198. Tamoxifen
    Nolvadex
  199. Tamsulosin
    Flomax
  200. Terazosin
    Hytrin
  201. Tetracycline
    Sumycin
  202. Theophylline
    Theo Dur
  203. Thiamin
    Vitamin B-1
  204. Tizanidine
    Zanaflex
  205. Tolterodine ER
    Detrol LA
  206. Topiramate
    Topamax
  207. Torsemide
    Demadex
  208. Trazodone
    Desyrel
  209. Triamterene/HCTZ
    Maxzide
  210. Ursodiol
    Actigal
  211. Trihexyphenidyl
    Artane

    Class: Anti-Parkinson's Agent, Anticholinergic

    Indication: Adjunctive treatment of Parkinson's disease; treatment of drug-induced extrapyramidal symptoms
  212. Trimethoprim
    Trimpex
  213. Ceftriaxone
    Rocephin
  214. Acetazolamide
    Diamox
  215. Acyclovir
    Zovirax
  216. Adenosine
    Adenocard
  217. Aminophylline
    Aminodur
  218. Amikacin
    Amikacin Sulfate Injection, USP; Amikin

    Class: Antibiotic, Aminoglycoside
  219. Bupivacaine
    Sensorcaine
  220. Betamethasone
    Celestone 6 mg
  221. Cefazolin
    Ancef
  222. Cefotaxime
    Claforan
  223. Cefoxitin
    Mefoxin
  224. Ceftazidime
    Fortaz
  225. Cefuroxine, injection
    Zinacef
  226. Chlorpromazine, 25 mg/ml
    Thorazine
  227. Cosytropin
    cortrosyn

    Class: Corticosteroid, Systemic; Diagnostic Agent

    Indication: Diagnostic test to differentiate primary adrenal from secondary (pituitary) adrenocortical insufficiency
  228. Cefazolin
    Ancef
  229. Ergoloid mesylate
    Hydergine

    • Indication: Treatment of cerebrovascular insufficiency in primary progressive dementia, Alzheimer's dementia, and senile onset
    • MOA: Unknown
  230. Levocetirizine
    Xyzal

    Second generation antihistamine (H1)
  231. Amlodipine and benazapril
    Lotrel
  232. Olopatadine (opth)
    Pataday; Patanol

    Antihistamine 1 antagonist

    Indication: Treatment of the signs and symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis
  233. Olanzapine and fluoxitine
    Symbyax

    Indication: Treatment of depressive episodes associated with bipolar I disorder; treatment-resistant depression (unresponsive to 2 trials of different antidepressants in the current episode)
  234. Minoxidil
    Loniten

    Class: Antihypertensive; Vasodilator, Direct-Acting

    Indication: Hypertension: Management of severe hypertension (usually in combination with a diuretic and beta-blocker)

    MOA: Produces vasodilation by directly relaxing arteriolar smooth muscle, with little effect on veins; effects may be mediated by cyclic AMP; stimulation of hair growth is secondary to vasodilation, increased cutaneous blood flow and stimulation of resting hair follicles
  235. Ethinyl Estradiol and Desogestrel
    Enskyce

    Indication: 
    birth control
  236. Azelastine (nasal)
    Astelin [DSC]; Astepro

    Class: Histamine H1 Antagonist, Second Generation

    Indication: reatment of the symptoms of seasonal or perennial allergic rhinitis such as rhinorrhea, sneezing, and nasal pruritus; treatment of the symptoms of vasomotor rhinitis
  237. Ciclesonide (Oral Inhalation)
    Alvesco

    Class: Corticosteroid, Inhalant (Oral)

    Indication:Prophylactic management of bronchial asthma
  238. Vilazodone
    Viibry
  239. Omega-3-fatty acid
    Vascepa
  240. Pitavastatin
    Livalo
  241. Loteprednol
    Lotemax, Alrex

    Class: Corticosteroid

    • Indication: 
    • Alrex:Temporary relief of signs and symptoms of seasonal allergic conjunctivitis
    • Lotemax®: Treatment of postoperative inflammation and pain following ocular surgery; treatment of inflammatory conditions

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