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Altace (Ramipril)

Altace (Ramipril) Pronunciation: RAM i pril Classification: ACE Inhibitor IFU: Hypertension Action: By inhibiting the enzymes, the ACE inhibitor relaxes the muscles around the smallarteries. Dosage: 2.5mg twice a day or 5 mg per day. A patient who becomes hypotensive may have the dose of 1.25mg twice daily. Route: Oral Adverse Reaction: Coughing, tired feeling, headache, spinning sensation, and nausea. Interactions: Angioedema, hemodialysis, hyperkalemia, and renal dysfunction. Ambien (zolpidem) Pronunciation: zol-pi-dem Classification:Gamma- Aminobutyric Acid Agonist IFU: Imsomnia Action: It affects chemicals in your brain that may become unbalanced and cause sleep problems (insomnia) Dosage: 5mg, 10mg, Route: Orally Adverse Reaction: Loss of coordination, nausea, headache, diarrhea, muscle pain, dizziness Interactions: Glaucoma, liver disease, depression, renal dysfunction Amoxil (Amoxicillin) Pronunciation: am OX i sil on Classification: Penicillin Antibiotic IFU: Bacterial Infection Action: Its bactericidal action against susceptible bacteria during the stage of active multiplication. It acts through the inhibition of cell wall biosynthesis that leads to the death of bacteria. Dosage: 500 mg for adults and 30 mg/kg/day for infants Route: Oral Adverse Reaction: Skin rash, hives, swelling of the face, lips or tongue, and breathing problems. Interactions: Albuterol, Ambien, Ativan, and Cipro. AndroGel (testosterone (topical) Pronunciation: tess-toss-te-rone jel Classification: Androgen IFU: Hypogonadism Route: topical Dosage: 25mg, 50mg, and 100mg tablets Action: Testosterone topical gel is used for the treatment of males whose bodies do not make enough natural testosterone, a condition called hypogonadism. Adverse Reaction: Gum or mouth irritation Interactions:amlodipine, aspirin, Aspirin Low Strength (aspirin), Cialis (tadalafil), clonazepam

Aricept (donepezil) Pronunciation: don-ep-e-zil Classification: Cholinesterase Inhibitor IFU: Alzheimer’s disease Action: it works by preventing the breakdown of a chemical called acetylcholine Dosage: 5mg, 10mg, 23mg, Route:Orally Adverse Reaction: Dizziness, fatigue, headache Interactions:Bradycardia, bronchospasm, pud, seizures Armour thyroid (desiccated thyroid extract) Pronunciation: Ar-mour thy-roid Classification: Thyroid IFU: Hypothyroidism. Route: Orally Dosage: 15 mg, 30 mg 60 mg, 90 mg, 120 mg, 180 mg, 240 mg, 300 mg. Action: Regulates cell growth and differentiation and increases metabolic rate of body tissues: effects mediated at cellular level. Adverse Reaction: insomnia, tremors, headache, palpitation, angina pectoris, hypertension, etc. Interactions: Anticoagulants, catecholamines, sympathomimetics. Asacol (mesalamine) Pronunciation: me-SAL-a-meen Classification: Inflammatory bowel disease IFU: X Route: oral capsule delayed release, oral capsule extended release, oral tablet, oral tablet delayed release, oral tablet enteric coated Dosage: 250 mg ; 400 mg ; 4 g/60 mL ; 500 mg ; 800 mg ; 1.2 g ; 1000 mg ; 0.375 g Action: treating and causing remission of various forms of mild to moderate ulcerative colitis (inflammation of the colon). Adverse Reaction: Abdominal or stomach pain (severe), bloody diarrhea & rectal bleeding Interactions: adefovir, cidofovir, & deferasirox Asmanex® Twisthaler (mometasone) Pronunciation: moe-met-a-sone Classification: Corticosteroid IFU: Asthma Route: inhalation Dosage: Adults and children 12 years of age and older—One puff once a day, in the evening. Each puff contains 220 micrograms (mcg) of mometasone. Your doctor may increase your dose as needed. However, the dose is usually not more than 440 mcg per day. Action: Mometasone is used to help prevent the symptoms of asthma and improve breathing in patients 4 years of age and older. Adverse Reaction: Body aches or pain, cold or flu-like symptoms, congestion, cough, dryness or soreness of the throat

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