Commonly prescribed Rx

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  1. Accupril
    • Generic = Quinapril HCl
    • Uses = Hypertension (renal failure) and heart failure
    • Mechanism = ACE inhibitor
    • Dosage form = tablet
  2. Aciphex
    • Generic = Rabeprazole
    • Uses = GERD, duodenal ulcer, and erosive esophagitis
    • Mechanism = Proton pump inhibitor
    • Dosage form = Tablet delayed release
  3. Actos
    • Generic = Pioglitazone
    • Uses = Type 2 diabetes
    • Mechanism = PPAR gamma agonist
    • Dosage form = Tablet
  4. Adalat CC
    • Generic = Nifedipine
    • Uses = Hypertension and angina
    • Mechanism = Calcium channel blocker
    • Dosage form = Tablet extended release
  5. Adderall
    • Generic = Amphetamine salts and dextroamphetamine C-II
    • Uses = Narcolepsy and ADHD
    • Mechanism = Blocks reuptake and increases release of norepinephrine and dopamine
    • Dosage form = tablet/tablet extended release

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bioprof
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Commonly prescribed Rx
Updated:
2017-07-14 20:24:06
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Commonly used prescriptions for pharmacy techs.
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