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guafenesin (Mucinex) is what?
are both what?
what is the most common opioid?
what is the most common NON opioid?
what relieves nasal decongestion and can cause arrhythmias and hypertension?
what is a mast cell stabilizer (corticosteroid)?
desmopressin is which type of administration?
what is a nasal spray treats diabetes insipidus by secreting vasopressin?
how are anterior pituitary drugs administered?
what is used to treat Addison's disease and
suppress migration of polymorphonuclear leukocyte (PMN)
suppress immune system?
what is the most common oral steroid?
prednisone has ___X the anti-inflammatory of ________ and hydrocortisone
5 mg/day of prednisone = ___mg/day of cortisol/hydrocortisone
when and how should fluocinonide (Lidex) or clobetasol (Temovate) be taken?
(for painful oral lesions)
after meals and bedtime
with a cotton tipped applicator
(doseform higher ADE)
what is an antityroid drug that is ASA contraindicated?
what should be used instead of ASA when taking propylthiouracil?
when taking what is a thyroid storm possible and measuring functional capacity should be done?
what is the MOST COMMON drug to treat CHF (digital glycosides)?
tetracycline and erythromycin increase _______ levels, increase ____ and saliva; vasoconstrictor 1:200k should be used at max.
what is the drug of choice for angina pectoris?
what is a vasodilator and smooth muscle relaxant?
what is the FIRST LINE drug for high BP, xerostomia related, orthostatic hypotension, reduces volume overload?
what is an ADE of hydrochlorothiazide?
what is contraindicated with hydrochlorothiazide?
what is a loop diuretic for hypertension management with CHF, reduces volume overload, ADE = hypokalemia and NSAID is contraindicated?
furosemide is a _____ _____