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Drug Categories

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 Anti-infective

 Immune System

 Pain and Inflammation  Hematological System

 Nervous System

 Cardiovascular System

 Respiratory System

 Fluids, Electrolytes, or Renal System

 Digestive System

 Endocrine System

 Reproductive System

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Antiinfectives

 Penicillins  Cephalosporins  Carbapenems  Bacteriostatic Inhibitors  Urinary Tract Antiseptics  Antiviral 4  Sulfonamides and Trimethoprim  Aminoglycosides  Tetracyclines  Monobactams  Anti-Hansen’s Disease  Antiprotozoals  Antimycobacterials  Fluoroquinolones  Antifungals .

5 Medications Affecting the Immune System .

6  Childhood Immunizations  Fluoroquinolones  Adult Immunizations  Antihistamines  Immunosuppressants  Immunostimulants  Chemotherapy Agents .

7  NSAIDs  Acetaminophen  Migraine Medications  Opioid Antagonists  Opioid Agonist / Antagonists Medications for Pain and  Adjuvant Pain Medications Inflammation  Opioid Agonists  Antigout Medications  Rheumatoid Arthritis Medications .

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9 Medications Affecting the Nervous System .

& Inhalation)  Muscle Relaxants & Reuptake Inhibitors  Monoamine Oxidase Antidepressants  Anti-Parkinson’s Antispasmodics  Drugs of Abuse and Inhibitors Medications Withdrawal Support . Cholinesterase  Neuromuscular  Antidepressants – 10 Inhibitors  CNS Stimulants  Antipsychotics – Blocking Agents  Antiepileptics  Sedative Hypnotics – Tricyclic  Mood Stabilizers  Anxiolytic – Non- Atypical & Conventional  Anesthetics (Local. Benzodiazepines & Non-Benzodiazepines  Selective Serotonin Barbiturate  Atypical IV.

11 Medications Affecting the Cardiovascular System .

12  Adrenergic Agonists β Adrenergic Blockers  α Adrenergic Blockers Calcium Channel Blockers  Centrally Acting α2 Agonists Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers Organic Nitrates Antilipemics     Angiotensin Medications for Converting Enzyme Hypertensive Crisis Inhibitors Cardiac Glycosides    Antidysrhythmic Medications  .

13 Medications Affecting the Blood .

14     Anticoagulants Iron Preparations Hematopoietic Growth Factors Hypoproteinemia / Hypoalbuminemia    Antiplatelets Vitamin B12 Thrombopoietic Growth Factors    Thrombolytics Folic Acid Blood and Blood Products .

15  β2 Adrenergic Agonists  Methylxanthines    Glucocorticoids Medications Affecting the  Mast Cell Leukotriene Stabilizers Respiratory System Modifiers  Inhaled Anticholinergics Antitussive-Opioids Mucolytics  Decongestants .

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 Potassium  Sodium  Magnesium Sulfate Electrolytes. and/or Supplements Bicarbonate the Renal System  Calcium  Selective Estrogen Supplements CalcitoninSalmon Receptor Modulators Potassium-Sparing Diuretics    .17   High Ceiling Loop Diuretics Osmotic Diuretics   Thiazide Diuretics Phosphate Binders   Bisphosphonates Kayexalate Medications Affecting Fluid. Minerals.

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19 Medications Affecting the Digestive System and Nutrition .

20  Histamine2 Receptor Agonists  Antacids  Laxatives  Proton Pump Inhibitors  Prostaglandin E Analog  Antidiarrheals  Sucralfate  Antiemetics  Prokinetic Agents .

21  Oral Hypoglycemics  Thyroid-Radioactive Iodine  Insulin  Antithyroid Medications  For Insulin Overdose  Thyroid Hormones Medications Affecting the  Antidiuretic  Thyroid-Nonradioactive Iodine  Growth Hormones Endocrine System Hormone .

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23  Uterine Stimulants  Estrogens  Oral Contraceptives  Antineoplastic Agents  Androgens  Tocolytics Medications Affecting  Erectile Dysfunction  Progesterones Treatments Reproduction .

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25 Standard Conversion Factors .

26  1 fl. = 30 mL  1 Tbs = 15 mL  1 Tbs = 3 tsp  1 gr = 60 mg . Oz.

27 Subcutaneous Injections .

5 mL of solution .28  Small doses of non-irritating.) @45º-90º  No more than 1. fine-gauge needle (3/8-5/8. 25-27 ga. water-soluble medication  Use short.

and aqueous suspensions  Use 18-27 ga needle (usual = 22-25 ga).29  Used for irritating solutions. 1-1. solutions in oils.5” long @ 90º  Volume = 1-3 mL Intramuscular Injections .

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31  WNL = 135-145 mEq/L  Common food sources     Bacon Butter Processed foods Pickled foods Sodium .

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