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Buspar ​(Buspirone)

Buspar ​(Buspirone) Pronunciation: Byoo-SPYE-rone Classification:​ Neurotransmitter agonist / antagonist​ IFU:​ ​Anxiety Route: Oral Dosage: 15mg, 7.5mg twice a day Action: Affects chemicals in brain that may be unbalanced in people with anxiety, used to treat symptoms of anxiety. Adverse​ ​Reaction: Chest Pain, Confusion, Fast or Pounding Heartbeat, Fever, Incoordination Interactions: Cymbalta, Lexapro, Prozac, Tramadol, Trazodone, Zoloft Boniva ​(ibandronate) Pronunciation: iban·dro·nate Classification: Bisphosphonate ​ ​ IFU:​ X Route: oral tablet & intravenous solution Dosage: 2.5 mg ; 150 mg ; 3 mg/3 mL Action: Treating osteoporosis (weak bones) in women who are past menopause. Adverse​ ​Reaction: Bladder pain, bloody/cloudy urine, & chest pain Interactions: botulism immune globulin, cidofovir, & diatrizoate Byetta​(​Exenatide) Pronunciation: Ex-en-a-tide Classification:​ GLP-1 receptor agonist​ IFU:​ Type 2 diabetes mellitus ​ Route: by injection Dosage: 5mcg , 10mcg Action: Mimics the action of incretin which promotes endogenous insulin secretion and promotes other mechanisms of glucose-lowering Adverse​ ​Reaction: Dizziness, headache, jitteriness, and weakness. Interactions: Bexarotene, gatifloxacin, targeting, and tequin. Bystolic ​(Nebivolol) Pronunciation: ne-BIV-oh-lol Classification: Beta-blocker IFU: Hypertension Action: Lowers blood pressure which may lower risk of a stroke or heart attack. Dosage: 2.5mg, 5mg, 10mg, and 20mg tablets Route: Oral

Adverse Reaction: Mild headache, bloating or swelling of the face, arm, hands, lower legs or feet. Interactions: Amlodipine, Atorvastatin, Furosemide, Losartan, and Prednisone. C Caduet ​(amlodipine / atorvastatin) Pronunciation: am LOE di peen and a TOR va sta tin Classification: CCB / HMG -CoA reductase IFU: hypertension / hyperlipidemia Route: P.O. Dosage: tablet 2.5mg, 10mg Action: reduces levels of bad cholesterol and triglycerides, increases good level of cholesterol, and relaxes blood vessels Adverse Reaction: dizziness, edema, palpitations Interactions: increase blood pressure with ibuprofen and naproxen, increase risk for muscle and liver problems when combined with products that contain lovastatin Catapres-TTS ​(Clonidine) Pronunciation: KLOE-ni-deen Classification: Alpha-Agonist IFU: Hypertension Action: Lowers blood pressure by decreasing the levels of certain chemicals in your blood. Dosage: 0.1mg, 0.2mg and 0.3mg tablets Route: Oral Adverse Reaction: Constipation, darkening of the skin, decreased sexual ability, dry, itching eyes. Interactions: Ativan, Coreg, Klonopin, Lantus, and Norco. Combivent ​(ipratropium/ albuterol) Pronunciation:Com-bi-vent Classification: Anticholinergic/ Beta-2 Agonist IFU: Asthma Route:orally through inhaler Dosage:21mcg/120mcg Action:opens up airways Adverse reaction:headache dizziness nausea Interactions: diabetes hypokalemia renal dysfunction

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