CNS Drugs

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CNS Drugs
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  1. Flurazepam(Dalmane)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Benzo
  2. Sedative Hypnotic Side Effects
    Drowsiness, addiction, tolerance/dependence, and respiratory and cardiac depression(in high doses)
  3. Alprazolam(Xanax)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Benzo
  4. Lorazepam(Ativan)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Benzo
  5. Diazepam(Valium)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Benzo, SMR
  6. Oxazepam(Serax)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Benzo
  7. Midazolam(Versed)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Benzo
  8. Temazepam(Restoril)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Benzo
  9. Triazolam(Halcion)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Benzo
  10. Estazolam(ProSom)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Benzo
  11. Clonazepam(Klonopin)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Benzo, Used to treat epilepsy seizures.
  12. Secobarbital(Seconal)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Barbiturate
  13. Amobarbital(Amytal)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Barbiturate
  14. Pentobarbital(Nembutal)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Barbiturate
  15. Primidone(Mysoline)
    Sedative Hypnotic, Barbiturate
  16. Zolpidem Tartrate(Ambien)
    Sedative Hypnotic
  17. Chloral Hydrate(Noctec)
    Sedative Hypnotic
  18. Alcohol
    Sedative Hypnotic
  19. Diphenhydramine (Benadryl, Compoz, Nytol, Sominex)
    Sedative Hypnotic
  20. Eszopiclone(Lunesta)
    Sedative Hypnotic
  21. Side Effects of Skeletal Muscle Relaxants(SMR):
    Drowsiness, addiction, tolerance/dependence, and respiratory and cardiac depression in high doses.
  22. Cyclobenzaprine(Flexeril)
    SMR
  23. Methocarbamol(Robaxin)
    SMR
  24. Baclofen(Lioresal)
    SMR
  25. Chlorzoxazone(Parafon Forte)
    SMR
  26. Carisoprodol(Soma)
    SMR
  27. Metaxalone(Skelaxin)
    SMR
  28. Tizanidine(Zanaflex)
    SMR
  29. Orphenadrine(Norflex)
    SMR
  30. Side effects of Anti Convulsants(AC):
    Drowsiness, slurred speech, addiction, tolerance and dependence, respiratory and cardiac depression in high doses.
  31. Phenobarbital
    AC
  32. Phenytoin(Dilantin)
    AC
  33. Carbamazepine(Tegretol)
    AC
  34. Valproic acid and its derivatives (Depakene, Depakote)
    AC
  35. Gabapentin (Neurontin)
    AC
  36. Lamotrigine(Lamictal)
    AC
  37. Clonazepam(Klonopin)
    AC
  38. Clorazepate (Tranxene)
    AC
  39. Ethosuximide (Zarontin)
    AC
  40. Oxcarbazeprine(Trileptal)
    AC
  41. Felbamate(Felbatol)
    AC
  42. Lamotrigine(Lamicta)
    AC
  43. Levetiracetam(Keppra)
    AC
  44. Tiagabine(Gabatril Tablets)
    AC
  45. Topiramate(Topamax)
    AC
  46. Primidone(Myseline)
    AC
  47. Trimethadione(Tridione)
    AC
  48. Narcotic Analgesic uses:
    Pain relief, antitussive, severe diarrhea relief
  49. Narcotic Analgesic Side Effects:
    Nausea, drowsiness, constipation, addiction/tolerance/ psychological & physical dependence. OD causes Respiratory depression profound coma, and pinpoint pupils.
  50. Codeine
    NA
  51. Morphine Sulfate(MS Contin, Roxanol)
    NA
  52. Oxycodone(Roxicodone)
    NA
  53. Nalbuphine(Nubane)
    NA
  54. Meperidine(Demerol)
    NA
  55. Fentanyl(Duragesic)
    NA
  56. Hydromorphone(Dilaudid)
    NA
  57. Remifentanil(Ultiva)
    NA
  58. Pentazocine(Talwin)
    NA
  59. Levorphanol(Levo-Dromoran)
    NA
  60. Propoxyphene(Darvon)
    NA
  61. Butorphanol(Stadol)
    NA
  62. Acetaminophen with Codeine(No. 2 - 15 mg, No. 3 - 30 mg, No. 4 - 60 mg)
    NA
  63. Hydrocodone and Acetaminophen(Lorcet, Lortab, Vicodin)
    NA
  64. Propoxyphene and Acetaminophen (Darvocet-N, Propacet, Wygesic)
    NA
  65. Oxycodone and Acetaminophen(Percocet, Roxicet)
    NA
  66. Oxycodone and aspirin(Percodan)
    NA
  67. Antipsychotic Side Effects:
    Sedation, Extrapyramidal symptoms(Abnormal body movements), anticholinergic symptoms, orthostatic hypotension, arrhythmia
  68. Haloperidol(Haldol)
    Typical Antipsychotic
  69. Chlorpromazine(Thorazine)
    Typical Antipsychotic
  70. Prochlorperazine(Compazine)
    Typical Antipsychotic
  71. Fluphenazine(Prolixin - Permitil)
    Typical Antipsychotic
  72. Thioridazine(Mellaril)
    Typical Antipsychotic
  73. Thiothixene(Navane)
    Typical Antipsychotic
  74. Trifluoperazine(Stelazine)
    Typical Antipsychotic
  75. Clozapine(Clozaril)
    Atypical Antipsychotic
  76. risperidone(risperdal)
    atypical antipsychotic
  77. Olanzapine(Zyprexa)
    Atypical Antipsychotic
  78. Antipiprazole(Abilify)
    Atypical Antipsychotic
  79. Quetiapine(Seqroquel)
    Atypical Antipsychotic

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