Schedule IV Drugs.txt

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Schedule IV Drugs.txt
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  1. Darvon
    propoxyphene HCl

    • Narcotic analgesic
    • ** do not take with drugs that cause drowsiness
  2. Darvon-N
    propoxyphene napsylate

    • Narcotic analgesic
    • ** do not take with drugs that cause drowsiness
  3. Darvocet
    propoxyphene HCl + APAP

    • narcotic analgesic
    • ** do not take with drugs that cause drowsiness
  4. Darvocet-N
    propoxyphene napsylate + APAP

    • Narcotic analgesic
    • ** do not take with drugs that cause drowsiness
  5. Ionamin
    phentermine HCl

    • stimulant
    • Obesity (appetite suppresant)
  6. Ambien
    zolpidem tartrate

    • hypnotic
    • insomnia

    • Short term medication
    • "Z" drug = used for 8 hour sleep & feeling refreshed
  7. Librium
    chlordiazepoxide HCl

    • anxiolytic
    • ** alcohol withdrawal
  8. Klonopin
    clonazepam

    • Anxiolytic
    • Anti-psychotic *(panic disorder)
  9. Valium
    diazepam

    • Anxiolytic
    • **Seizure
    • **Alcohol widthdrawal
  10. Ativan
    lorazepam

    Anxiolytic
  11. Restoril
    temazepam

    hypnotic

    (do not give to elderly)
  12. Xanax
    alprazolam

    • Anxiolytic
    • **panic attack

    (mostly used out of all the -am meds)
  13. Serax
    oxazepam

    • Anxiolytic
    • **Alcohol withdrawal
  14. Versed
    midazolam HCl

    • Sedative (used during surgery)
    • Anxiolytic
  15. Noctec
    choral hydrate

    hypnotic

    (used in pediatrics because it is harmless)
  16. Luminal
    phenobarbital Na

    • Sedative/hypnotic
    • Epilepsy (seizure control)
  17. Cylert
    pemoline

    • Stimulant
    • ADHD > 6 years

    ** widthrawn from U.S. market in 2005
  18. Halcion
    triazolam

    • hypnotic (for people who hallucinate)
    • Anxiolytic

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