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  1. Morphine
    Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST
  2. Codeine
    • Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST
    • Active Metabolite: Morphine
  3. Meperidine
    • Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST
    • Demerol
    • Active Metabolite: Normeperidine
  4. Hydrocodone
    • Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST
    • w/APAP = Vicodin
    • w/Homatropine = Hycodan
  5. Tramadol
    • Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST
    • Ultram
  6. Tapentadol
    • Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST
    • Nucynta
  7. Oxycodone
    • Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST
    • controlled release = Oxycontin
    • w/APAP = Percocet
    • w/ASA = Percodan
  8. Methadone
    Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST
  9. Hydromorphone
    • Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST
    • Dilaudid
  10. Oxymorphone
    Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST
  11. Levorphanol
    Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST
  12. Fentanyl
    • Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST
    • Duragesic
    • Actiq
  13. Diphenoxylate
    • Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST (periphery)
    • w/Atropine = Lomotil
  14. Loperamide
    Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST (periphery)
  15. Paregoric
    Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST (periphery)
  16. DTO
    • Mu Opiod Receptor AGONIST (periphery)
    • Deordorized tincture of opium
  17. Naloxone
    • Mu Opiod Receptor ANTAGONIST
    • Narcan
  18. Naltrexone
    • Mu Opiod Receptor ANTAGONIST
    • ReVia (Oral)
    • Vivitrol (IM)
  19. Nalbuphine
    Kappa AGONIST/ Mu ANTAGONIST
  20. Butorphanol
    Kappa AGONIST/ Mu ANTAGONIST
  21. Pentazocine
    • Kappa AGONIST/ Mu ANTAGONIST
    • Talwin
  22. Pentazocine + Naloxone
    • Kappa AGONIST/ Mu ANTAGONIST
    • Talwin NX
  23. Buprenorphine
    • Mu PARTIAL AGONIST/ Kappa ANTAGONIST
    • Subutex (Sublingual)
  24. Buprenorphine + Naloxone
    • Mu PARTIAL AGONIST/ Kappa ANTAGONIST
    • Suboxone (Sublingual; Film tab)
  25. Midazolam
    • Benzodiazepine
    • Versed
    • Short-acting (3-8hours)
  26. Triazolam
    • Benzodiazepine
    • Halcion
    • Short-acting (3-8hrs)
  27. Alprazolam
    • Benzodiazepine
    • Xanax
    • **Active Metabolites**
    • Intermediate-acting (11-20hrs)
  28. Estazolam
    • Benzodiazepine
    • Prosom
    • Intermediate-acting (11-20hrs)
  29. Lorazepam
    • Benzodiazepine
    • Ativan
    • Intermediate-acting (11-20hrs)
  30. Oxazepam
    • Benzodiazepine
    • Serax
    • Intermediate-acting (11-20hrs)
  31. Temazepam
    • Benzodiazepine
    • Restoril
    • Intermediate-acting (11-20hrs)
  32. Chlordiazepoxide
    • Benzodiazepine
    • Librium
    • **Active Metabolites**
    • Long-acting ( >24hrs )
  33. Clonazepam
    • Benzodiazepine
    • Klonopin
    • Long-acting ( >24hrs )
  34. Clorazepate
    • Benzodiazepine
    • Tranxene
    • **Active Metabolites**
    • Long-acting ( >24hrs )
  35. Diazepam
    • Benzodiazepine
    • Valium
    • **Active Metabolites**
    • Long-acting ( >24hrs )
  36. Flurazepam
    • Benzodiazepine
    • Dlamane
    • **Active Metabolites**
    • Long-acting ( >24hrs )
  37. Quazepam
    • Benzodiazepine
    • Doral
    • **Active Metabolites**
    • Long-acting ( >24hrs )
  38. Zolpidem
    • Benzodiazepine-like
    • Ambien
  39. Zaleplon
    • Benzodiazepine-like
    • Sonata
  40. Eszopiclone
    • Benzodiazepine-like
    • Lunesta
  41. Flumazenil
    • Benzodiazepine Antagonist
    • Romazicon
  42. Thiopental
    • Barbiturates
    • Pentothal
    • Ultra-short acting (5-15mins)
  43. Methohexital
    • Barbiturates
    • Brevital
    • Ultra-short acting (5-15mins)
  44. Pentobrabital
    • Barbiturates
    • Nembutal
    • Ultra-short acting (5-15mins)
  45. Amobrabital
    • Barbiturates
    • Amytal
    • Short-acting (3-8hrs)
  46. Butabrabital
    • Barbiturates
    • Butisol
    • Short-acting (3-8hrs)
  47. Butalbital
    • Barbiturates
    • Fioricet, Fiorinal
    • Short-acting (3-8hrs)
  48. Mephobarbital
    • Barbiturates
    • Mebaral
    • Short-acting (3-8hrs)
  49. Secobarbital
    • Barbiturates
    • Seconal
    • Short-acting (3-8hrs)
  50. Phenobarbital
    • Barbiturates
    • Luminal
    • Long-acting ( >24hrs )
  51. Ramelteon
    • MT1 and MT2 Agonist
    • Rozerem
  52. Buspirone
    • Partial Agonist at the 5HT-1A receptor
    • Buspar
  53. Baclofen
    • Centrally-Acting Muscle Relaxant: Selective GABAB AGONIST
    • Lioresal
  54. Tizanidine
    • Centrally-Acting Muscle Relaxant: Alpha2 Receptor AGONIST
    • Zanaflex
  55. Cyclobenzaprine
    • Centrally-Acting Muscle Relaxant: 5-HT2 Receptor ANTAGONIST
    • works at spinal level
    • Flexeril
  56. Methocarbamol
    • Centrally-Acting Muscle Relaxant
    • works at spinal level
    • Robaxin
  57. Carisoprodol
    • Centrally-Acting Muscle Relaxant
    • works at spinal level
    • Soma
  58. Orphenadrine
    • Centrally-Acting Muscle Relaxant
    • works at spinal level
    • Norflex
  59. Phenytoin
    • Anti-Epileptic: Na+ Channel Blocker
    • Dilantin or Phenytek
  60. Fosphenytoin
    • Anti-Epileptic: Na+ Channel Blocker
    • Cerebyx
  61. Carbamazepine
    • Anti-Epileptic: Na+ Channel Blocker
    • Tegretol
  62. Oxcarbazepine
    • Anti-Epileptic: Na+ Channel Blocker
    • Trileptal
  63. Lamotrigine
    • Anti-Epileptic: Na+ Channel Blocker
    • Lamictal
  64. Zonisamide
    • Anti-Epileptic: Na+ Channel Blocker & T-Type Ca+2 Blocker
    • Zonegran
  65. Ethosuximide
    • Anti-Epileptic: T-Type Ca+2 Blocker
    • Zarontin
  66. Gabapentin
    • Anti-Epileptic: N-Type Ca+2 Blocker
    • Neurontin
  67. Pregabalin
    • Anti-Epileptic: N-Type Ca+2 Blocker
    • Lyrica
  68. Benzos
    Anti-Epileptic: main effects on GABA system to increase its inhibitory action
  69. Tigabine
    • Anti-Epileptic: main effects on GABA system to increase its inhibitory action
    • Gabitril
  70. Vigabatrin
    • Anti-Epileptic: main effects on GABA system to increase its inhibitory action
    • Sabril
  71. Valproic Acid
    • Anti-Epileptic: Na+ Blocer, T-Type Ca+2 Blocker, and action to increase GABA system activity
    • Depakote, Depakene, Sodium Valproate
  72. Levetiracetam
    • Anti-Epileptic:N-Type Ca+2 Blocker, action to increase GABA system activity
    • Keppra
  73. Topiramate
    • Anti-Epileptic: Na+ Blocer, N-Type Ca+2 Blocker, and AMPA Receptor Antagonist
    • Topamax
  74. Felbamate
    • Anti-Epileptic: NMDA Receptor Antagonist
    • Felbatol
  75. Phenobarbital (AED)
    Anti-Epileptic: action to increase GABA system activity, Non-competative Antagonist at the AMPA receptor
  76. Isoflurane
    Inhalation Anesthetic
  77. Enflurane
    Inhalation Anesthetic
  78. Desflurane
    Inhalation Anesthetic
  79. Sevoflurane
    Inhalation Anesthetic
  80. Halothane
    Inhalation Anesthetic
  81. Nitrous Oxide
    Inhalation Anesthetic
  82. Thiopental***
    Intravenous Anesthetic
  83. Propofol
    • Intravenous Anesthetic
    • MOA: Voltage gated Na+ channel blocker; and GABAA agonist
  84. Etomidate
    • Intravenous Anesthetic
    • MOA: Agonist at GABAA receptor
  85. Ketamine
    • Intravenous Anesthetic
    • MOA: NMDA receptor antagonist; alpa1 & beta1 receptor agonist; and prevents reuptake of catecholamines
  86. Dantrolene
    • Direct Acting Muscle Relaxant
    • MOA: inhibits release of Ca+2 release from sarcoplasmic reticulum via binding the ryanodine receptor
    • Dantrium;Revonto
  87. Fiorinal
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Aspirin + Butalbital + Caffeine
  88. Fioricet
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Acetominophen + Butalbital + Caffeiene
  89. NSAIDs, Aspirin, Acetominophen
    Abortive Migraine TX
  90. Sumatriptan + Naproxen
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Treximet
  91. Sumatriptan
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Imitrex
  92. Almotriptan
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Axert
  93. Zolmitriptan
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Zomig
  94. Naratriptan
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Amerge
  95. Rizatriptan
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Maxalt
  96. Frovatriptan
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Frova
  97. Eletriptan
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Relpax
  98. Ergotamine
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Ergot
  99. Dihydroergotamine
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Ergot
  100. Methylergonovine
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Ergot
    • Methergine
  101. Bromocriptine
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • Ergot
    • Cycloset;Parlodel
  102. Opiates
    • Abortive Migraine TX
    • NOT generally 1st line therapy, but think butorphanol...
  103. Propranolol
    • Preventitive Migraine TX
    • Non-selective Beta Blocker
    • Inderal
  104. Verapamil
    • Preventitive Migraine TX
    • Ca+2 Blocker
    • Calan;Verelan
  105. Divalproex
    • Preventitive Migraine TX
    • Increase GABA potentiation; inhibits Glutamate/NMDA receptors
    • Depakote
  106. Topiramate
    • Preventitive Migraine TX
    • Topamax
  107. ACE Inhibitors
    Preventitive Migraine TX
  108. ARBs
    Preventitive Migraine TX
  109. BTXA
    • Preventitive Migraine TX
    • Botluinum Toxin Type A (Botox)
  110. LSD
    Ergot...bc who doesn't love tripping??
  111. Amphetamine
    • Indirect-Acting Sympathomimetics: Amphetamines
    • Adderall
  112. Dextroamphetamine
    • Indirect-Acting Sympathomimetics: Amphetamines
    • Dexedrine
  113. Methamphetamine
    • Indirect-Acting Sympathomimetics: Amphetamines
    • Desoxyn
  114. Lisdexamfetamine
    • Indirect-Acting Sympathomimetics: Amphetamines
    • Vyvanse
  115. Methylphenidate
    • Indirect-Acting Sympathomimetics: Methylphenidates
    • Ritalin
  116. Methylphenidate ER
    • Indirect-Acting Sympathomimetics: Methylphenidates
    • Concerta
  117. Dexmethylphenidate
    • Indirect-Acting Sympathomimetics: Methylphenidates
    • Focalin
  118. Benzphetamine
    • Misc. Indirect Acting Sympathomimetics
    • Didrex
  119. Diethylpropion
    Misc. Indirect Acting Sympathomimetics
  120. Phendimetrazine
    • Misc. Indirect Acting Sympathomimetics
    • Brontil
  121. Fen-Phen
    • Misc. Indirect Acting Sympathomimetics
    • Fenfluramine (or dexfenfluramine) + phentermine
  122. Sibutramine
    • Misc. Indirect Acting Sympathomimetics
    • Meridia
  123. Modafinil
    • Misc. Indirect Acting Sympathomimetics
    • Provigil
  124. Armodafinil
    • Misc. Indirect Acting Sympathomimetics
    • Nuvigil
  125. Ephedrine
    Misc. Indirect Acting Sympathomimetics
  126. Atomoxitene
    • Misc. Indirect Acting Sympathomimetics
    • Strattera
  127. Venlafaxine
    • SNRI
    • Effexor
  128. Desvenlafaxine
    • SNRI
    • Pristiq
  129. Duloxetine
    • SNRI
    • Cymbalta
  130. Milnacipran
    • SNRI
    • Savella
  131. Fluvoxamine
    • SSRI
    • Luvox
  132. Sertraline
    • SSRI
    • Zoloft
  133. Citalopram
    • SSRI
    • Celexa
  134. Paroxetine
    • SSRI
    • Paxil
  135. Escitalopram
    • SSRI
    • Lexapro
  136. Fluoxetine
    • SSRI
    • Prozac
  137. Imipramine
    • TCA
    • Tofranil
  138. Desipramine
    • TCA
    • Norpramin
  139. Clomipramine
    • TCA
    • Anafranil
  140. Amitriptyline
    • TCA
    • Elavil
  141. Nortriptyline
    • TCA
    • Pamelor
  142. Doxepin
    • TCA
    • Silenor
  143. Protriptyline
    • TCA
    • Vivactil
  144. Trimipramine
    • TCA
    • Surmontil
  145. Maprotiline
    TCA
  146. Amoxapine
    TCA
  147. Phenelzine
    • MAOI
    • Nardil
  148. Tranylcypromine
    • MAOI
    • Parnate
  149. Bupropion
    • Atypical Antidepressant
    • Wellbutrin
  150. Mirtazapine
    • Atypical Antidepressant
    • Remeron
  151. Nefazodone
    • Atypical Antidepressant
    • Serzone
  152. Trazodone
    • Atypical Antidepressant
    • Desyrel; Oleptro
  153. Lithium
    • Used to treat mania in bipolar disorder
    • inhibits NE release from adrenergic neurons and may also inhibit DA; Inhibits the PIP2 pathway so less 2nd messenger
    • Eskalith; Lithobid
  154. Chlorpromazine
    • Traditional Antipsychotics
    • Thorazine
  155. Thioridazine
    • Traditional Antipsychotics
    • Mellaril
  156. Fluphenazine
    • Traditional Antipsychotics
    • Prolixin
  157. Perphenazine
    • Traditional Antipsychotics
    • Trilafon
  158. Trifluoperazine
    • Traditional Antipsychotics
    • Stelazine
  159. Thiothixene
    • Traditional Antipsychotics
    • Navane
  160. Haloperidol
    • Traditional Antipsychotics
    • Haldol
  161. Molindone
    • Traditional Antipsychotics
    • Moban
  162. Loxapine
    • Traditional Antipsychotics
    • Loxitane
  163. Pimozide
    • Traditional Antipsychotics
    • Orap
  164. Aripiprazole
    • Atypical Antipsychotics
    • Abilify
  165. Clozapine
    • Atypical Antipsychotics
    • Clozaril
  166. Olanzapine
    • Atypical Antipsychotics
    • Zyprexa
  167. Quetiapine
    • Atypical Antipsychotics
    • Seroquel
  168. Risperidone
    • Atypical Antipsychotics
    • Risperdal
  169. Ziprasidone
    • Atypical Antipsychotics
    • Geodon
  170. Paliperidone
    • Atypical Antipsychotics
    • Invega
  171. Lurasidone
    • Atypical Antipsychotics
    • Latuda
  172. Olanzapine + Fluoxetine
    • Atypical Antipsychotics
    • Symbyax
  173. Carbidopa
    AAAD Inhibitor
  174. Carbidopa + Levodopa
    • AAAD Inhibitor
    • Sinemet
  175. Tolcapone
    • COMT Inhibitor
    • Tasmar
  176. Entacapone
    • COMT Inhibitor
    • Comtan
  177. Levodopa + Carbidopa + Entacapone
    • COMT Inhibitor + AAAD Inhibitor
    • Stalevo
  178. Bromocriptine***
    • Dopamine Receptor Agonist: Ergot Derivative to TX Parkinson's
    • Parlodel;Cycloset
  179. Pergolide
    Dopamine Receptor Agonist: Ergot Derivative to TX Parkinson's
  180. Cabergoline
    • Dopamine Receptor Agonist: Ergot Derivative to TX Parkinson's
    • Dostinex
  181. Ropinirole
    • Dopamine Receptor Agonist
    • Requip
  182. Pramipexole
    • Dopamine Receptor Agonist
    • Mirapex
  183. Apomorphine
    • Dopamine Receptor Agonist
    • Apokyn
  184. Selegiline
    • MAO-B Inhibitor
    • TX Parkinson's
    • Eldepryl
  185. Rasagiline
    • MAO-B Inhibitor
    • TX Parkinson's
    • Azilect
  186. Trihexyphenidyl
    • Muscarinic Receptor Antagonist
    • TX Parkinson's
    • Artane
  187. Benztropine
    • Muscarinic Receptor Antagonist
    • TX Parkinson's
    • Cogentin
  188. Tacrine
    • Cholinesterase Inhibitor
    • Cognex
  189. Donepezil
    • Cholinesterase Inhibitor
    • Aricept
  190. Rivastigmine
    • Cholinesterase Inhibitor
    • Exelon
  191. Galantamine
    • Cholinesterase Inhibitor
    • Razadyne
  192. Memantine
    • Glutamate Receptor Antagonists
    • Namenda
  193. Riluzole
    • Glutamate Receptor Antagonists
    • Rilutek
  194. Fludrocortisone
    • Mineralocorticoid Receptor Agonist
    • Florinef
  195. Cortisol = Hydrocortisone
    Glucocorticoid Receptor Agonist
  196. Prednisone
    Glucocorticoid Receptor Agonist
  197. Prednisolone
    Glucocorticoid Receptor Agonist
  198. Cortisone
    Glucocorticoid Receptor Agonist
  199. Methylprednisolone
    Glucocorticoid Receptor Agonist
  200. Triamcinolone
    Glucocorticoid Receptor Agonist
  201. Betamethasone
    Glucocorticoid Receptor Agonist
  202. Dexamethasone
    Glucocorticoid Receptor Agonist
  203. CRF
    Acthrel
  204. Cosyntropin
    • ACTH
    • Cortrosyn
  205. Trilostane
    Cortisol Synthesis Inhibitor
  206. Aminoglutethimide
    Cortisol Synthesis Inhibitor
  207. Metyrapone
    Cortisol Synthesis Inhibitor
  208. Ketoconazole
    • Cortisol Synthesis Inhibitor
    • ***high doses***

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