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Updated on May 31, 2024
acetaminophen minor aches and pains, and reduces fever
albuterol bronchodilator
aluminum-magnesium hydroxide-simethicone treat heartburn, acid indigestion, and bloating
bacitracin treat bacterial infections
bisacodyl constipation
brivaracetam anticonvulsant
bupivacaine anesthetic
cefazolin in dextrose serious bacterial infections
cetirizine antihistamine
citalopram SSRI
clindamycin antibiotic
clobazam treat seizures caused by Lennox-Gastaut syndrome
clobetasol treat the itching, redness, dryness, inflammation etc various scalp and skin conditions
clonazepam treat seizures, panic disorder, and anxiety
cyclobenzaprine muscle relaxant
diazepam treat anxiety disorders, alcohol withdrawal symptoms, or muscle spasms; sometimes used with other medications to treat seizures
diphenhydramine antihistamine mainly used to treat allergies
docusate stool softener
enalaprilat ACE inhibitor and antihypertensive drug
enoxaparin blood thinner
escitalopram SSRI
eslicarbazepine anticonvulsant; treat seizures and bipolar disorder
famotidine antacid and antihistamine
fosphenytoin anticonvulsant; treat certain types of severe seizures
gentamicin antibiotic
haloperidol lactate mood/mental disorders
heparin blood thinner
hydralazine high blood pressure (vasodilator)
hydrocodone-aceteminophen narcotic, treats pain
hydromorphone treat moderate to severe pain
iohexol radiocontrast agent
labetalol beta blocker
lacosamide partial seizures
lamotrigine anticonvulsant; treat seizures and bipolar disorder
levetiracetam anticonvulsant
lidocaine anesthetic and antiarrhythmic agent
lisinopril treat high blood pressure
lorazepam can treat seizure disorders; can also be used before surgery and medical procedures to relieve anxiety
magnesium hydroxide constipation, upset stomach, and heartburn
methocarbamol treat muscle spasms and pain
midazolam sedative
ondansetron nausea and vomiting
oxcarbazepine anticonvulsant
oxycodone moderate to severe pain
pantoprazole gastroesophageal reflux disease and a damaged esophagus, high levels of stomach acid
perampanel antiepileptic drug
phenytoin anticonvulsant; treats and prevents seizures
polyethylene glycol pwd occasional constipation or irregular bowel movements
prochlorperazine nausea and vomiting
psyllium laxative
quetiapine antipsychotic
senna constipation
sodium chloride replace lost body fluids and salts
sodium phosphate constipation and clean the bowel
sodium polystyrene high levels of potassium in the blood (hyperkalemia)
triamcinolone treat the inflammation