GI drugs categories

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GI drugs categories
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  1. Apomorphine
    • centrally acting
    • emetic (induce vomiting)
  2. xylazine
    • centrally acting
    • emetic
  3. syrup of ipecac
    • locally acting 
    • emetic
  4. hydrogen peroxide
    locally acting emetic
  5. chlorpromazine
    • phenothiazine derivative
    • antiemetic
  6. prochlorperazine
    • phenothiazine derivative
    • antiemetic
  7. metoclopramide
    • procainamide derivative
    • antiemetic
  8. maropitant citrate
    • nK-1 receptors
    • antiemetic
  9. trimethobenzamide
    • antihistamine
    • antiemetic
  10. dimenhydrinate
    • antihistamine
    • antiemetic
  11. diphenhydramine
    • antihistamine
    • antiemetic
  12. cimetidine
    • H2 receptor antagonist
    • antiulcer
  13. ranitidine
    • H2 receptor antagonist
    • antiulcer
  14. famotidine
    • pepcid
    • antiulcer
  15. omeprazole
    • proton pump inhibitor
    • antiulcer
  16. Lansoprazole
    • proton pump inhibitor
    • antiulcer
  17. Aluminun/magnesium
    • antacid
    • antiulcer
  18. magnesium hydroxide
    • antacid
    • antiulcer
  19. sucralfate
    • gastromucosal protectant
    • antiulcer
  20. misoprostol
    • prostaglandin E-1 analogs
    • antiulcer
  21. diphenoxylate
    • narcotic analgesic
    • antiulcer
  22. loperamide
    • narcotic analgesic
    • antidiarrheal
  23. aminopentamide
    • anticholinergic/antispasmodic
    • antidiarrheal
  24. propantheline
    • anticholinergic/antispasmodic
    • antidiarrheal
  25. methscopolamine
    anticholinergic/antispasmodic antidiarrheal
  26. bismuth subsalicylate
    • protectants/absorbents
    • antidiarrheal
  27. kaolin/pectin
    • protectants/absorbents
    • antidiarrheal
  28. activated charcoal
    • protectants/absorbents
    • antidiarrheal
  29. magnesium or phosphate
    • anion
    • saline/hyperosmotic agent
    • laxative
  30. lactulose
    • saline/hyperosmotic agent
    • laxative
  31. magnesium hydroxide
    • saline/hyperosmotic agent
    • laxative
  32. magnesium sulfate
    • saline/hyperosmotic agent 
    • laxative
  33. sodium phosphate salt
    • saline/hyperosmotic agent 
    • laxative
  34. psyllium
    • bulk-producing agents 
    • laxative
  35. bran
    • bulk-producing agents 
    • laxative
  36. Equine laxative
    • bulk-producing agents 
    • laxative
  37. petrolatum
    • lubricant
    • laxative
  38. mineral oil
    • lubricant
    • laxative
  39. docusate sodium
    • surfactants/stool softeners
    • laxative
  40. disposject enema
    • surfactant/stool softener
    • laxative
  41. irritants seldom used in vet med
  42. metoclopramide
    gastrointestinal prokinetics/stimulants
  43. cisapride
    gastrointestinal prokinetics/stimulants
  44. erythromycin
    gastrointestinal prokinetics/stimulants
  45. dexpanthenol
    gastrointestinal prokinetics/stimulants
  46. pancrelipase
    digestive enzyme
  47. metronidazole
    antibiotic
  48. prednisone
    anti-inflammatory
  49. azathioprine
    anti-inflammatory
  50. sulfasalazine
    anti-inflammatory
  51. aspirin
    anti-inflammatory
  52. bloat guard, bloat treatment, bloat-pac, therabloat
    antifoaming agents
  53. fortiflora, probiocyn, vetrisceince
    probiotics

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