ME MORIZE for DR UG TE STS

A Subclass Generic HFS Class/subclass identify Name/Trade Name Class drug type †

GREEN RANDOM ORDER DRUGS LIST

Descriptor Drug uses and other pertinent information

COLD MEDICINES for DRUG TEST & DRUG SELF-TEST 1
1 acetaminophen/Tyleno CNS

l

Analgesic Tx mild pain Anti-inflammatory analgesic NSAID, antiinflammatory analgesic Adrenergic vasoconstrictor Local anesthetic 1st generation H1 antagonist 1st generation H1 antagonist Non-opiate antitussive Tx mild pain Tx mild pain & arthritis Tx nasal congestion Tx mild pain; topical Tx allergy, insomnia, & colds Tx allergy, colds, & perioperative anxiety Tx cough

2 aspirin/Generic 3 ibuprofen/Motrin

CNS CNS

4 pseudoephedrine/Sud Anom

afed 5 benzocaine/Many

S kMm 6 diphenhydramine/Ben A'hst adryl 7 promethazine/Phener A'hst gan 8 dextromethorphan/Ma A'tsE ny x 9 guaifenesin/Robitussin A'tsE x 1 oxymetazoline/Afrin EENT
0

Expectorant Tx respiratory congestion; thins mucus Adrenergic Tx nasal congestion; spray vasoconstrictor

OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS for DRUG TEST & DRUG SELF-TEST 2
bacitracin, neomycin, S polymyxin kMm B/Neosporin 2 ferrous sulfate/Feosol BF/Cg 3 calcium/Os-Cal ECW
1 4

Antibiotics

Tx minor gram + & gram – skin infections; topical Iron Tx anemia Mineral Replacement; helps prevent osteoporosis

aluminum-magnesium antacid
&

GI

Balanced antacid Tx gastritis

simethicone/Mylanta II 5 calcium/Tums 6 ranitidine/Zantac 7 psyllium/Metamucil
8 docusate/Colace 9

GI GI GI GI GI GI

Antacid Tx gastritis H2 antagonist Tx PUD Bulk forming laxative Prevents & tx constipation; physiologic Stool softener Prevents straining; tx constipation; detergent Saline laxative Tx constipation Stimulant laxative Empties bowel before surgery or X-ray

magnesium hydroxide/ Milk of Magnesia 1 bisacodyl/Dulcolax
0

CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DRUGS for DRUG TEST & DRUG SELF-TEST 3
1 2 3 4

morphine/Generic codeine/Generic meperidine/Demerol pentazocine/Talwin
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CNS CNS CNS CNS

Opiate agonist Tx severe pain Opiate agonist Tx moderate pain Opiate agonist Tx severe pain Opiate Tx severe pain agonist/antagonist

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5 naloxone/Narcan 6 allopurinol/Zyloprim 7 colchicine/Generic 8 probenecid/Benemid 9 diazepam/Valium 1 zolpidem/Ambien 0

CNS Uncls Uncls ECW CNS CNS

Opiate antagonist Tx opiate overdose Gout prophylactic Prevents formation of uric acid crystals in joints Antigout agent Tx acute joint pain Uricosuric agent Increases uric acid excretion to prevent gout Benzodiazepine Tx anxiety & status epilepticus anxiolytic Hypnotic Tx insomnia

Incorrect spelling of either generic or Trade names and no capitals on Trade names are counted wrong, with this test.
1 buspirone/BuSpar

CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DRUGS for DRUG TEST & DRUG SELF-TEST 4

CNS Serotonin partial agonist Tx anxiety; non-addicting; slow anxiolytic onset 2 hydroxyzine/Vistaril CNS Anxiolytic antihistamine Tx perioperative anxiety, N & V, pruritis 3 risperidone/Risperdal CNS Atypical antipsychotic Tx positive & negative sx schizophrenia 4 amitriptyline/Elavil CNS Tricyclic antidepressant Tx major depressive disorder Selective serotonin Tx major depressive disorder 5 fluoxetine/Prozac CNS reuptake inhibitor 6 lithium/Generic CNS Antimanic agent Tx manic disorder 7 phenytoin/Dilantin CNS Anticonvulsant Tx seizure disorders 8 divalproex/Depakote CNS Anticonvulsant Tx seizure disorders & manic disorder 9 sumatriptan/Imitrex Uncls Selective serotonin Tx migraine agonist 1 benztropine/Cogentin Anom Anticholinergic Tx Parkinson's disease & 0 pseudoparkinsonism

†See ABBREVIATIONS for AHFS CLASSES at the end of this "List." "Color Codes."

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A Subclass Generic HFS Class/subclass identify Name/Trade Name Class drug type †

Descriptor Drug uses and other pertinent information

1 levodopa &

Uncls carbidopa/Sinemet 2 epinephrine/Adrenalin Anom
3 albuterol/Proventil 4 clonidine/Catapres

AUTONOMIC DRUGS for DRUG TEST & DRUG SELF-TEST 5
Antiparkinson agent Replaces dopamine Adrenergic bronchodilator Beta2 adrenergic bronchodilator Alpha2 stimulator, central vasodilator Alpha1 blocker, peripheral vasodilator Beta blocker Cardiospecific beta blocker Cholinergic Anticholinergic Tx acute asthma; injected Tx acute asthma; inhaled Tx HTN Tx HTN Tx HTN; slows heart Tx HTN

Anom CV CV CV CV Anom Anom

5 terazosin/Hytrin 6 propranolol/Inderal 7 atenolol/Tenormin 8 donepezil/Aricept 9 atropine/Generic

1 scopolamine/Transder Anom 0m-V

Tx Alzheimer's dementia Prevents bradycardia; used preop Anticholinergic Prevents motion sickness antiemetic Corticosteroid Tx chronic asthma; topical

beclomethasone/ 1 Vanceril Oral Inhaler e

HORMONES for DRUG TEST & DRUG SELF-TEST 6
Hrmn Tx acute severe asthma, arthritis, & allergy; anti-inflammatory & immunosuppressant Anti-inflammatory Tx minor skin irritation; topical Corticosteroid Thyroid Tx hypothyroidism; replaces T4 Antidiabetic Tx Type 1 DM; replaces insulin; injected Antidiabetic Tx Type 1 DM; replaces insulin; injected Tx osteoarthritis inflammation & NSAID, COX 2 inhibitor pain w/o gastritis Antidiabetic Tx Type 2 DM; sulfonylurea Antidiabetic Tx Type 2 DM; alpha glucosiadase inhibitor Antidiabetic Tx Type 2 DM; biguanide, no hypoglycemia

2 prednisone/Prednison Hrmn

3 hydrocortisone/Cortis

S porin kMm 4 levothyroxine/Synthroi Hrmn d insulin; regular, rapid Hrmn 5 acting/Humulin R
6

insulin; intermediate acting/Humulin N

Hrmn CNS Hrmn Hrmn

7 celecoxib/Celebrex 8 glipizide/Glucotrol XL 9 acarbose/Precose

1 metformin/Glucophag Hrmn 0e

1 glucagon/Glucagon

Hrmn Antihypoglycemic agent Tx unconscious hypoglycemic client; injected 2 estrogen/Premarin Hrmn Conjugated estrogen Tx menopausal sx; prevents osteoporosis 3 estradiol/Generic Hrmn Synthetic estrogen Tx menopausal sx; prevents osteoporosis 4 medroxyprogesterone Hrmn Progestin Replaces progesterone in HRT /Provera

HORMONES & ANTI-INFECTIVE DRUGS for DRUG TEST & DRUG SELF-TEST 7

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estradiol & norethindrone/ Ortho-Novum 6 iron dextran/Imferon
5 7 potassium chloride/K-

Hrmn BF/Cg ECW A'inf A'inf

Estrogen & progestin Prevents pregnancy contraceptive Iron Tx severe anemia; injected Replaces potassium, used with Electrolyte potassiumwasting diuretics Penicillin Tx gram + infections

Dur

8 penicillin V/Veetids

amoxicillin & 9 clavulanate/ Augmentin
1 cephalexin/Keflex 0

Broad-spectrum Tx resistant gram + & gram – penicillin infections & beta lactamase inhibitor

A'inf

Cephalosporin Tx gram + & gram – infections

1 alendronate/Fosamax Uncls Bone resorption inhibitor Prevents & tx osteoporosis 2 gentamicin/Garamyci A'inf Aminoglycoside Tx serious gram – infections

ANTI-INFECTIVE DRUGS for DRUG TEST & DRUG SELF-TEST 8

n n

3 ciprofloxacin/Cipro A'inf 4 doxycycline/Vibramyci A'inf 5

Fluoroquinolone Tx gram + & gram – infections Tetracycline Tx gram + & gram – infections Sulfa & antibiotic Tx gram – infections Urinary anti-infective Tx acute & chronic UTIs Tx gram + & gram – infections; penicillin substitute Antituberculosis agent Prevents & tx TB Antituberculosis agent Tx TB Macrolide Antiviral Tx herpes zoster & genital herpes simplex

cotrimoxazole/Bactrim
d

A'inf

6 nitrofurantoin/Macrobi A'inf 7 erythromycin/Ery-Tab 8 isoniazid/Generic 9 ethambutol/Myambut

A'inf A'inf A'inf A'inf

ol

1 acyclovir/Zovirax 0

†See ABBREVIATIONS for AHFS CLASSES at the end of this "List." "Color Codes."

††See

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A Subclass Generic HFS Class/subclass identify Name/Trade Name Class drug type †

Descriptor Drug uses and other pertinent information

RESPIRATORY & CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS for DRUG TEST & DRUG SELF-TEST 9
S kMm 2 ipratropium/Atrovent Anom
1

clotrimazole/Lotrimin, Gyne-Lotrimin

Antifungal Tx candidiasis; topical

Anticholinergic Tx acute asthma; inhaled bronchodilator 3 zafirlukast/Accolate Uncls Leukotriene receptor Prophylaxis & tx chronic asthma antagonist 4 theophylline/Theo-Dur SMRx Xanthine bronchodilator Tx asthma beclomethasone/ EENT 5 Corticosteroid Tx allergic rhinitis; topical Vancenase Nasal Inhaler 6 loratadine/Claritin A'hst 2nd generation H1 Tx allergy without sedation antagonist 7 codeine/Generic A'tsE Opiate antitussive Tx severe cough x 8 digoxin/Lanoxin CV Cardiac glycoside Tx CHF 9 quinidine/Quinaglute CV Antiarrhythmic Tx atrial arrhythmias 1 amlodipine/Norvasc CV Calcium channel blocker Tx HTN & angina
0

1 nitroglycerin/Nitrostat

CV SL 2 enalapril/Vasotec CV 3 hydrochlorothiazide/G ECW eneric hydrochlorothiazide & ECW 4 triamterene/Dyazide
5 furosemide/Lasix

CARDIOVASCULAR & WATER BALANCE DRUGS for DRUG TEST & DRUG SELF-TEST 10
Vasodilating agent Tx angina ACE inhibitor Tx HTN Thiazide diuretic Tx HTN, wastes potassium Thiazide diuretic & Tx HTN potassium-sparing diuretic Loop diuretic Tx edema & HTN; wastes potassium Potassium-sparing Tx HTN diuretic Anticoagulant Prevents venous clotting; rapid; injected Anticoagulant Prevents venous clotting; slow Antilipemic agent Tx hypercholesterolemia Proton pump (H+) Tx PUD & GERD inhibitor

ECW

6 spironolactone/Aldact ECW

one

7 heparin/Generic 8 warfarin/Coumadin 9 atorvastatin/Lipitor 1 omeprazole/Prilosec 0

BF/Cg BF/Cg CV GI

GASTROINTESTINAL & EENT DRUGS for DRUG TEST & DRUG SELFTEST 11
1 misoprostol/Cytotec 2 sucralfate/Carafate 3 loperamide/Imodium 4 rosiglitazone/Avandia 5 timolol/Timoptic 6 pilocarpine/Ocusert 7 atropine/Generic 8 losartan/Cozaar

Gastrointestinal Tx gastric ulcers from NSAIDs prostaglandin GI Ulcer coating agent Tx PUD; protects ulcer from HCl GI Antidiarrheal Tx diarrhea Tx Type 2 DM; glitazone, no Hrmn Antidiabetic hypoglycemia EENT Beta blocker Tx glaucoma; ↓ aqueous humor formation EENT Cholinergic miotic Tx glaucoma EENT Anticholinergic mydriatic Diagnostic; dilates pupils for examination CV Angiotensin II receptor Tx HTN blocker

GI

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9 bupropion/Wellbutrin

CNS Antidepressant, smoking Tx major depressive disorder deterrent Tx gram + & gram – infections; 1 1 azithromycin/Zithrom A'inf Macrolide dose tx 0ax chlamydia w gonorrhea
SR, Zyban

†ABBREVIATIONS for AHFS CLASSES WITH CARD COLORS
in Alphabetical Order
A'hst = Antihistamine Drugs A'inf = Anti-infective Agents A = Autonomic Drugs nom A'tsE = xAntitussives/Expectorants BF/C = Blood gFormation/Coagulation CV = Cardiovascular Drugs CNS = Central Nervous System Agents blue yellow purple blue red red black ECW = Electrolytic, Caloric/Water Balance E = Eye/Ear/Nose/Throat ENTPreparations GI = Gastrointestinal Drugs aqua brown green

H = Hormones orang rmn e S = Skin/Mucous Membrane pink kMmAgents S = Smooth Muscle Relaxantsblue MRx Uncl = Unclassified Therapeutic black sAgents

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