pharmacology list of drugs

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  1. Docusate Sodium
    Colace

    • Therapeutic: laxative
    • Pharmacologic: stool softener
    • Lace = soft
  2. Aluminum Hydroxide
    Mylanta

    • Therapeutic: antiulcer agents
    • Pharmacologic: antacids
  3. Magnesium Hydroxide
    Milk of Magnesia

    • Therapeutic: mineral and electrolyte replacements/supplements, laxatives
    • Pharmacologic: salines
    • Mom is lax.
  4. Lansoprazole
    Prevacid
    • Therapeutic: antiulcer agents
    • PO only.
    • No crush.
    • PrevACID = acid stomach = ulcers
  5. Psyllium
    Metamusil

    • Therapeutic: laxatives
    • Pharmacologic: bulk-forming agents
  6. Prochlorperazine
    Compazine

    • Therapeutic: antiemetics, antipsychotics
    • Compazine = Compaq
    • Must be crazy (psychotic) to buy a Compaq.
  7. Acetaminophen
    Tylenol

    • Therapeutic: antipyretics, nonopioid analgesics
    • Liver problems
  8. Oxycodone & Acetaminophen
    Percocet


    • Therapeutic: opioid analgesics
    • Pharmacologic: opioid agonists, opioid agonists/nonopioid analgesic combinations
    • RESPIRATORY DEPRESSION.
    • PercoSIT = sit down = can't breathe
  9. Acetaminophen with Codeine
    Tylenol with Codeine
  10. Propoxyphene Napsylate & Acetaminophen
    Darvocet-N

    Therapeutic: opioid analgesicsPharmacologic: opioid agonists, opioid agonists/nonopioid analgesic combinations
  11. Ketorolac
    Toradol


    • Therapeutic: nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents, nonopioid analgesics
    • EXFOLIATIVE DERMATITIS, STEVENS-JOHNSON SYNDROME, TOXIC EPIDERMAL NECROLYSIS
    • Toro = bull BAD FOR SKIN
  12. Tramadol
    Ultram


    • Therapeutic: analgesics (centrally acting)
    • SEIZURES
    • Tram = freak out = seizures
  13. Naproxen
    Aleve
    • Therapeutic: nonopioid analgesics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents, antipyretics
    • DRUG-INDUCED HEPATITIS, GI BLEEDING
    • Aleve makes your stomach bleed.
  14. Hydromorphone
    Dilaudid
    • Pain, allergy, cold, cough
    • CHECK VITALS
    • hydro MORPH
    • looks like DRUID
    • HEALERS check for vitals
  15. Haloperidol
    Haldol
    • Sleep/Anxiety/Depression
    • antipsychotics
    • HAL is a robot
    • ROBOTS should not give IVs.
    • (do not give IV Haldol)
  16. Zolpidem
    Ambien
    • Sleep/Anxiety/Depression
    • sedative
    • Ambien = Amblin
    • Amblin = ET
    • ET will give you ANAPHYLACSIS
  17. Lorazepam
    Ativan
    • Sleep/Anxiety/Depression
    • sedative/hypnotics
    • AtiVAN
    • Van is slow or it will kill you (cardiac arrest)
  18. Trazadone
    Desyrel
    • Sleep/Anxiety/Depression
    • Desyrel = Desire
    • Desire = stripper name
    • Strippers are depressed and only give by mouth.
    • Give Trazadone for depression
  19. Amitriptyline
    Elavil
    • Sleep/Anxiety/Depression
    • AmiTRIPtyline
    • Trip if you have no rhythm
    • Elavil = arrhythmias
  20. Potassium Chloride
    K-Dur
    • Mineral supplements
    • K-Dur = K-Pax
    • K-Pax = alien
    • Aliens have no rhythm = ARRHYTHMIAS
    • Aliens want to check your vitals
    • Na bicarb, dextrose, insulin for OD
  21. Clonidine
    Catapres
    • Antihypertensive
    • CATs = not hyper, not tense
  22. Multi-Vitamin or Nutritional Su lement
    Theragram MV
    • supplement
    • MV = multivitamin
  23. Folic Acid
    Vitamin B
    antianemics
  24. Propranolol
    Inderal
    • for heart problems = End her all = inderal
    • adverse rxns = heart problems
    • (Arrhythmia, bradycardia)
    • Don't stop suddenly = heart stop suddenly = bad
  25. warfarin
    Coumadin
    • anticoagulants
    • blood thinner
    • War = blood
    • blood problems

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