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Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses

Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses

Editor/Author Vallerand, April Hazard, Sanoski, Cynthia A. and Deglin, Judith Hopfer
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: F.A.Davis Company

Single-User Purchase Price: $51.95
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: Not Available
ISBN: 978-0-8036-6945-1
Category: Health & Medicine - Nursing
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses, Sixteenth Edition delivers all of the information you need to administer medications safely across the lifespan--well-organized monographs for hundreds of generic and thousands of trade-name drugs.

Table of Contents

    • HOW TO USE DAVIS'S DRUG GUIDE FOR NURSES
    • EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE AND PHARMACOTHERAPEUTICS: Implications for Nurses
    • Evidence-Based Practice and Its Importance in Pharmacology
    • PHARMACOGENOMICS
    • MEDICATION ERRORS: Improving Practices and Patient Safety
    • DETECTING AND MANAGING ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS
    • OVERVIEW OF RISK EVALUATION AND MITIGATION SYSTEMS (REMS)
    • SPECIAL DOSING CONSIDERATIONS
    • The Pediatric Patient
    • The Older Adult Patient
    • The Patient of Reproductive Age
    • Renal Impairment
    • Hepatic Impairment
    • Heart Failure
    • Body Size
    • Drug Interactions
    • THE CYTOCHROME P450 SYSTEM
    • EDUCATING PATIENTS ABOUT SAFE MEDICATION USE
    • CLASSIFICATIONS
    • Anti-Alzheimer's agents
    • Antianemics
    • Antianginals
    • Antianxiety agents
    • Antiarrhythmics
    • Antiasthmatics
    • Anticholinergics
    • Anticoagulants
    • Anticonvulsants
    • Antidepressants
    • Antidiabetics
    • Antidiarrheals
    • Antiemetics
    • Antifungals
    • Antihistamines
    • Antihypertensives
    • Anti-infectives
    • Antineoplastics
    • Antiparkinson agents
    • Antiplatelet agents
    • Antipsychotics
    • Antipyretics
    • Antiretrovirals
    • Antirheumatics
    • Antituberculars
    • Antiulcer agents
    • Antivirals
    • Beta blockers
    • Bone resorption inhibitors
    • Bronchodilators
    • Calcium channel blockers
    • Central nervous system stimulants
    • Corticosteroids
    • Diuretics
    • Hormones
    • Immunosuppressants
    • Laxatives
    • Lipid lowering agents
    • Minerals/electrolytes/pH modifiers
    • Natural/Herbal Products
    • Nonopioid analgesics
    • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents
    • Opioid analgesics
    • Sedative/hypnotics
    • Skeletal muscle relaxants
    • Thrombolytics
    • Vaccines/immunizing agents
    • Vascular headache suppressants
    • Vitamins
    • Weight control agents
    • DRUG MONOGRAPHS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY GENERIC NAME
    • abacavir (ah-back-ah-veer)
    • abacavir/dolutegravir/ lamivudine (ah-back-ah-veer/doe-loo-teg-ra-vir/la-mi-vyoo-deen)
    • abemaciclib (a-bem-a-sye-klib)
    • abiraterone (a-bi-ra-te-rone)
    • acetaminophen (oral, rectal) (a-seet-a-min-oh-fen)
    • acetylcysteine (a-se-teel-sis-teen)
    • aclidinium (a-kli-din-ee-um)
    • acyclovir (ay-sye-kloe-veer)
    • adalimumab (a-da-li-mu-mab) Amjevita, Humira
    • adenosine (a-den-oh-seen)
    • ado-trastuzumab (ado tras-too-zoo-mab)
    • afatinib (a-fa-ti-nib)
    • albuterol (al-byoo-ter-ole)
    • alectinib (al-ekti-nib)
    • alendronate (a-len-drone-ate) Binosto, Fosamax
    • alfuzosin (al-fyoo-zo-sin)
    • alirocumab (a-li-roe-kyoo-mab) Praluent
    • allopurinol (al-oh-pure-i-nole) Aloprim, Lopurin, Zyloprim
    • almotriptan (al-moe-trip-tan)
    • alogliptin (al-oh-glip-tin)
    • ALPRAZolam (al-pray-zoe-lam)
    • aluminum hydroxide
    • amifostine (a-mi-fos-teen)
    • aminocaproic acid (a-mee-noe-ka-pro-ik a-sid)
    • AMINOGLYCOSIDES
    • amiodarone (am-ee-oh-da-rone)
    • amitriptyline (a-mee-trip-ti-leen)
    • amLODIPine (am-loe-di-peen)
    • amoxicillin (a-mox-i-sill-in)
    • amoxicillin/clavulanate (a-mox-i-sill-in/klav-yoo-lan-ate)
    • amphetamine mixtures (am-fet-a-meen)
    • ADHD
    • amphotericin B deoxycholate (am-foe-ter-i-sin)
    • amphotericin B lipid complex
    • amphotericin B liposome
    • ampicillin (am-pi-sil-in)
    • ampicillin/sulbactam (am-pi-sil-in/sul-bak-tam)
    • anastrozole (a-nass-troe-zole)
    • ANGIOTENSIN-CONVERTING ENZYME (ACE) INHIBITORS
    • ANGIOTENSIN II RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS
    • anidulafungin (a-ni-du-la-fun-gin)
    • ANTIFUNGALS (TOPICAL)
    • ketoconazole (kee-toe-koe-na-zole)
    • ANTIFUNGALS (VAGINAL)
    • apixaban (a-pix-a-ban) Eliquis
    • aprepitant (oral) (a-prep-i-tant)
    • argatroban (ar-gat-tro-ban)
    • ARIPiprazole (a-ri-pip-ra-zole) Ability, Ability Maintena, Aristada
    • asenapine (a-sen-a-peen)
    • asparaginase Erwinia chrysanthemi (a-spare-a-ji-nase)
    • aspirin (as-pir-in) acetylsalicylic acid, Acuprin, ASA, Asaphen, Aspergum, Aspir-Low, Aspirtab, Bayer Aspirin, Bayer Timed-Release Arthritic Pain Formula, Easprin, Ecotrin, 8-Hour Bayer Timed-Release, Empirin, Entrophen, Halfprin, Healthprin, Lowprin, Norwich Aspirin, Novasen, Rivasa, Sloprin, St. Joseph Adult Chewable Aspirin, Therapy Bayer, ZORprin
    • atazanavir (a-ta-zan-a-veer) Reyataz
    • atenolol (a-ten-oh-lole)
    • atezolizumab (a-te-zoe-liz-ue-mab)
    • atomoxetine (a-to-mox-e-teen)
    • atovaquone (a-toe-va-kwone)
    • atropine† (at-ro-peen)
    • avanafil (av-an-a-fil)
    • azaTHIOprine (ay-za-thye-oh-preen)
    • azithromycin (aye-zith-roe-mye-sin)
    • aztreonam (az-tree-oh-nam)
    • baclofen (bak-loe-fen)
    • basiliximab (ba-sil-ix-i-mab) Simulect
    • becaplermin (be-kap-lerm-in)
    • belatacept (be-lat-a-sept) Nulojix
    • belimumab (be-li-moo-mab) Benlysta
    • benztropine (benz-troe-peen)
    • betrixaban (be-trix-a-ban)
    • bevacizumab (be-va-siz-uh-mab)
    • bezlotoxumab (bez-loe-tox-ue-mab)
    • bicalutamide (bye-ka-loot-a-mide)
    • bisacodyl (bis-a-koe-dill) Bisac-Evac, Bisacolax, Biscolax, Carter's Little Pills, Codulax, Correctol, Dacodyl, Doxidan, Dulcolax, ExLax Ultra, Femilax, Fleet Laxative, Soflax-Ex
    • bisoprolol (bis-oh-proe-lol)
    • bivalirudin (bi-val-i-roo-din)
    • bleomycin (blee-oh-mye-sin)
    • bortezomib (bor-tez-o-mib)
    • brentuximab (bren-tux-i-mab)
    • brexpiprazole (brex-pip-ra-zole)
    • brigatinib (bri-ga-ti-nib)
    • brivaracetam (briv-a-ra-se-tam)
    • brodalumab (broe-dal-ue-mab)
    • bumetanide (byoo-met-a-nide)
    • buprenorphine (byoo-pre-nor-feen)
    • buPROPion (byoo-proe-pee-on) Aplenzin, Forfivo XL, Wellbutrin, Wellbutrin SR, Wellbutrin XL, Zyban
    • bupropion/naltrexone (byoo-proe-pee-on nal-trex-one)
    • busPIRone (byoo-spye-rone)
    • busulfan (byoo-sul-fan)
    • cabazitaxel (ka-ba-zi-tax-el)
    • cabergoline (ka-ber-goe-leen)
    • CALCITONIN
    • CALCIUM SALTS
    • canagliflozin (kan-a-gli-floe-zin)
    • cangrelor (kan-grel-or)
    • capecitabine (ka-pe-site-a-been)
    • capsaicin (kap-say-sin) Capzasin-HP, Capzasin-P, DiabetAid Pain and Tingling Relief, Qutenza, Salonpas Hot, Zostrix Diabetic Foot Pain, Zostrix, Zostrix-HP
    • carBAMazepine (kar-ba-maz-e-peen)
    • carbidopa/levodopa (kar-bi-doe-pa/lee-voe-doe-pa)
    • CARBOplatin (kar-boe-pla-tin)
    • cariprazine (kar-ip-ra-zeen)
    • carisoprodol (kar-i-sop-roe-dole)
    • carvedilol (kar-ve-di-lole) Coreg, Coreg CR
    • caspofungin (kas-po-fun-gin) Cancidas
    • cefepime (seff-e-peem)
    • ceftaroline (sef-tar-oh-leen)
    • ceftazidime/avibactam (sef-tay-zi-deem/tay-zoe-bak-tam)
    • ceftolozane/tazobactam (sef-tol-o-zane/taz-oh-bak-tam)
    • celecoxib (sel-e-kox-ib)
    • CEPHALOSPORINS – FIRST GENERATION
    • CEPHALOSPORINS – SECOND GENERATION
    • CEPHALOSPORINS – THIRD GENERATION
    • ceritinib (se-ri-ti-nib) Zykadia
    • certolizumab (ser-toe-liz-u-mab)
    • cetirizine (se-ti-ra-zeen)
    • cetuximab (se-tux-i-mab)
    • cilostazol (sil-os-tah-zol)
    • cinacalcet (sin-a-kal-set) Sensipar
    • CISplatin (sis-pla-tin)
    • citalopram (si-tal-oh-pram) CeleXA
    • clarithromycin (kla-rith-roe-mye-sin)
    • clindamycin (klin-da-mye-sin)
    • clonazePAM (kloe-na-ze-pam)
    • cloNIDine (klon-i-deen)
    • Clopidogrel (kloh-pid-oh-grel)
    • clotrimazole
    • cobimetinib (koe-bi-me-ti-nib)
    • codeine (koe-deen)
    • colchicine (kol-chi-seen)
    • colesevelam (koe-le-sev-e-lam)
    • conivaptan (con-i-vap-tan) Vaprisol
    • CONTRACEPTIVES, HORMONAL MONOPHASIC ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES
    • BIPHASIC ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES
    • TRIPHASIC ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES
    • EXTENDED-CYCLE ORAL CONTRACEPTIVE
    • PROGESTIN-ONLY ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES
    • CONTRACEPTIVE IMPLANT
    • EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTIVE
    • INJECTABLE CONTRACEPTIVE
    • INTRAUTERINE CONTRACEPTIVE
    • VAGINAL RING CONTRACEPTIVE
    • TRANSDERMAL CONTRACEPTIVE
    • CORTICOSTEROIDS (INHALATION)
    • CORTICOSTEROIDS (NASAL)
    • CORTICOSTEROIDS (SYSTEMIC)
    • CORTICOSTEROIDS (TOPICAL/ LOCAL)
    • crizotinib (kriz-oh-ti-nib)
    • cyclobenzaprine (sye-kloe-ben-za-preen)
    • cyclophosphamide (sye-kloe-fos-fa-mide)
    • cycloSPORINE† (sye-kloe-spor-een)
    • cytarabine (sye-tare-a-been) cytosine arabinoside, Cytosar, Cytesar-U
    • dabigatran (da-bi-gat-ran)
    • dabrafenib (da-braf-e-nib)
    • dacarbazine (da-kar-ba-zeen)
    • daclatasvir (da-kla-tass-veer)
    • dalbavancin (dal-ba-van-sin)
    • dalfampridine (dal-fam-pri-deen)
    • dantrolene (dan-troe-leen)
    • DAPTOmycin (dap-to-mye-sin)
    • darbepoetin (dar-be-poh-e-tin)
    • darifenacin (dar-i-fen-a-sin)
    • darunavir (da-ru-na-veer) Prezista
    • DAUNOrubicin hydrochloride (daw-noe-roo-bi-sin hye-dro- klor-ide)
    • deferoxamine (de-fer-ox-a-meen)
    • degarelix (deg-a-rel-ix)
    • denosumab (de-no-su-mab)
    • desipramine (dess-ip-ra-meen)
    • desmopressin (des-moe-press-in)
    • desvenlafaxine (des-ven-la-fax-een)
    • dexlansoprazole (dex-lan-soe-pra-zole)
    • dexmedetomidine (dex-me-de-to-mi-deen)
    • dexrazoxane (dex-ra-zox-ane) Totect, Zinecard
    • dextromethorphan (dex-troe-meth-or-fan)
    • diazePAM (dye-az-e-pam) Diastat, Valium
    • DICLOFENAC† (dye-kloe-fen-ak)
    • digoxin (di-jox-in)
    • dilTIAZem (dil-tye-a-zem)
    • dimethyl fumarate (dye-meth-il fue-ma-rate)
    • dinoprostone (dye-noe-prost-one)
    • dinutuximab (di-noo-tux-i-mab)
    • diphenhydrAMINE (oral, parenteral) (dye-fen-hye-dra-meen)
    • DIURETICS (POTASSIUMSPARING)
    • DIURETICS (THIAZIDE)
    • DOBUTamine (doe-byoo-ta-meen)
    • DOCEtaxel (doe-se-tax-el)
    • DOCUSATE (dok-yoo-sate)
    • dofetilide (doe-fet-il-ide) Tikosyn
    • dolasetron (dol-a-se-tron)
    • dolutegravir (doe-loo-teg-ra-vir)
    • donepezil (doe-nep-i-zill)
    • DOPamine (dope-a-meen)
    • doxazosin (dox-ay-zoe-sin)
    • DOXOrubicin (dox-oh-roo-bi-sin)
    • DOXOrubicin, liposomal (dox-oh-roo-bi-sin lye-poe-sohmal)
    • doxylamine/pyridoxine (dox-il-a-meen peer-ih-dox-een)
    • dronedarone (droe-ned-a-rone)
    • dulaglutide (doo-la-gloo-tide)
    • DULoxetine (do-lox-e-teen) Cymbalta
    • dutasteride (doo-tas-te-ride)
    • edaravone (e-dar-a-vone)
    • edoxaban (e-dox-a-ban)
    • efavirenz (e-fav-e-renz)
    • elbasvir/grazoprevir (elb-as-vir/graz-oh-pre-vir)
    • elvitegravir/cobicistat/
    • elvitegravir/cobicistat/emtricitabine/tenofovir alafenamide (el-vi-teg-ra-vir/koe-bik-i-stat/emtrye-sye-ta-been/ten-of-oh-virala-fen-a-mide)
    • empagliflozin (em-pag-gli-floe-zin)
    • emtricitabine (em-tri-si-ti-been)
    • emtricitabine/rilpivirine/ tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (em-tri-sye-ti-been/ril-pi-vir-een/te-noe-fo-veer)
    • enasidinib (en-a-sid-a-nib)
    • entacapone (en-tak-a-pone) Comtan
    • entecavir (en-tek-aveer)
    • enzalutamide (en-za-loo-ta-mide)
    • EPINEPHrine (ep-i-nef-rin) Adrenaclick, Adrenalin, Allerject, Anapen, Anapen Junior, AsthmaNefrin, Auvi-Q, EpiPen, S-2 (racepinephrine), Twin Ject
    • epiRUBicin (ep-i-roo-bi-sin)
    • eplerenone (e-ple-re-none)
    • epoetin (e-poe-e-tin)
    • eptifibatide (ep-ti-fib-a-tide) Integrilin
    • ergocalciferol
    • ertapenem (er-ta-pen-em)
    • ERYTHROMYCIN† (eh-rith-roe-mye-sin)
    • escitalopram (ess-sit-al-o-pram)
    • esmolol (es-moe-lol)
    • esomeprazole (es-oh-mep-ra-zole)
    • ESTRADIOL (es-tra-dye-ole) Estrace
    • estrogens, conjugated (equine) (ess-troe-jenz con-joo-gae-ted)
    • eszopiclone (es-zop-i-klone)
    • etanercept (e-tan-er-sept)
    • ethambutol (e-tham-byoo-tole)
    • etodolac (ee-toe-doe-lak)
    • everolimus (e-ver-oh-li-mus)
    • evolocumab (e-vo-lo-kyoo-mab)
    • exemestane (ex-e-mes-tane)
    • exenatide (ex-en-a-tide)
    • ezetimibe (e-zet-i-mibe)
    • famciclovir (fam-sye-kloe-veer)
    • febuxostat (fe-bux-o-stat)
    • felodipine (fe-loe-di-peen)
    • fenofibrate (fen-o-fi-brate)
    • fenofibric acid (feen-oh-fye-brik as-id)
    • fentaNYL (parenteral) (fen-ta-nil)
    • fentaNYL (transdermal) (fen-ta-nil)
    • FENTANYL (transmucosal) (fen-ta-nil)
    • ferric citrate (fe-rik si-trate)
    • fesoterodine (fee-soe-ter-o-deen)
    • fexofenadine (fex-oh-fen-a-deen)
    • fidaxomicin (fi-dax-oh-mye-sin)
    • filgrastim (fil-gra-stim)
    • finasteride (fi-nas-teer-ide)
    • fingolimod (fin-go-li-mod)
    • flibanserin (fliban-ser-in)
    • fluconazole (floo-kon-a-zole)
    • fludrocortisone (floo-droe-kor-ti-sone)
    • flumazenil (flu-maz-e-nil)
    • FLUOROQUINOLONES (floor-oh-kwin-oh-lones)
    • fluorouracil (flure-oh-yoor-a-sill)
    • FLUoxetine (floo-ox-uh-teen)
    • fluvoxaMINE (floo-voks-a-meen)
    • fondaparinux (fon-da-par-i-nux)
    • formoterol (for-mo-te-role)
    • foscarnet (foss-kar-net)
    • fosphenytoin (foss-fen-i-toyn)
    • frovatriptan (froe-va-trip-tan)
    • furosemide (fur-oh-se-mide)
    • gabapentin (ga-ba-pen-tin)
    • galantamine (ga-lant-a-meen)
    • ganciclovir (gan-sye-kloe-vir)
    • gefitinib (je-fit-in-ib) Iressa
    • gemcitabine (jem-site-a-been)
    • gemfibrozil (gem-fye-broe-zil)
    • glecaprevir/pibrentasvir (glek-a-pre-vir/pi-brent-as-vir)
    • glucagon (gloo-ka-gon)
    • glycopyrrolate (glye-koe-pye-roe-late)
    • golimumab (go-li-mu-mab)
    • goserelin (goe-se-rel-lin)
    • granisetron (gra-nees-e-tron)
    • guaiFENesin (gwye-fen-e-sin)
    • guanFACINE (gwahn-fa-seen)
    • haloperidol (ha-loe-per-i-dole)
    • heparin (hep-a-rin)
    • HEPARINS (LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT)
    • HISTAMINE H2 ANTAGONISTS
    • HMG-CoA REDUCTASE INHIBITORS (statins)
    • HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS VACCINE (hyoo-man pa-pil-lo-ma)
    • hydrALAZINE (hye-dral-a-zeen)
    • hydralazine/isosorbide dinitrate (hye-dral-a-zeen eye-so-sor-bide di-ni-trate)
    • HYDROcodone (hye-droe-koe-done)
    • HYDROcodone/acetaminophen
    • HYDROcodone/ibuprofen
    • HYDROmorphone (hye-droe-mor-fone)
    • hydroxychloroquine (hye-drox-ee-klor-oh-kwin)
    • hydroxyprogesterone caproate (hye-drox-ee-pro-jess-te-rone kap-roe-ate)
    • ibandronate (i-ban-dro-nate)
    • ibuprofen
    • ibuprofen (injection)
    • idaruCIZUmab (eye-da-roo-siz-ue-mab)
    • ifosfamide (eye-foss-fam-ide)
    • iloperidone (eye-loe-per-i-done)
    • imatinib (i-mat-i-nib)
    • imipenem/cilastatin (i-me-pen-em/sye-la-stat-in)
    • imipramine (im-ip-ra-meen)
    • indacaterol (in-da-kat-e-role)
    • indomethacin (in-doe-meth-a-sin)
    • inFLIXimab (in-flix-i-mab)
    • insulin degludec (in-soo-lin deg-lu-dek)
    • INSULIN (mixtures) (in-su-lin)
    • NPH insulin (isophane insulin suspension)
    • insulin, regular (injection, concentrated) (in-su-lin)
    • INSULINS (long-acting) (in-su-lin)
    • INSULINS (rapid acting) (in-su-lin)
    • INTERFERONS, BETA (in-ter-feer-on)
    • ipilimumab (i-pil-li-moo-mab) Yervoy
    • ipratropium (i-pra-troe-pee-um)
    • irinotecan (eye-ri-noe-tee-kan)
    • IRON SUPPLEMENTS
    • isavuconazonium (eye-sa-vue-kon-a-zoe-nee-um)
    • isoniazid (eye-soe-nye-a-zid)
    • ISOSORBIDE
    • ISOtretinoin (eye-soe-tret-i-noyn)
    • ivabradine (eye-vab-ra-deen) Corlanor, Lancora
    • ivacaftor/lumacaftor (eye-va-kaf-tor/loo-ma-kaf-tor)
    • ixabepilone (icks-a-bep-i-lone)
    • ixazomib (ix-az-oh-mib)
    • ixekizumab (ix-ee-kiz-ue-mab) Taltz
    • ketoprofen (kee-toe-proe-fen)
    • ketorolac† (kee-toe-role-ak)
    • labetalol (la-bet-a-lole)
    • lacosamide (la-kose-a-mide)
    • lactulose (lak-tyoo-lose)
    • lamiVUDine (la-mi-vyoo-deen)
    • lamoTRIgine (la-moe-tri-jeen) LaMICtal, LaMICtal CD, LaMICtal ODT, LaMICtal XR
    • lansoprazole (lan-soe-pra-zole) Prevacid, Prevacid 24 Hr, Prevacid SoluTab
    • lanthanum carbonate (lan-than-um)
    • lapatinib (la-pat-i-nib)
    • ledipasvir/sofosbuvir (led-i-pas-vir/soe-fos-bue-vir)
    • leflunomide (le-flu-noe-mide)
    • lenalidomide (le-na-lid-o-mide)
    • lenvatinib (len-va-ti-nib)
    • letrozole (let-roe-zole)
    • leucovorin calcium (loo-koe-vor-in)
    • leuprolide (loo-proe-lide)
    • levalbuterol (leev-al-byoo-ter-ole)
    • levETIRAcetam (le-ve-teer-a-se-tam)
    • levomilnacipran (lee-voe-mil-na-si-pran)
    • levothyroxine (lee-voe-thye-rox-een)
    • LIDOCAINE
    • lidocaine/prilocaine (lye-doe-kane/pri-loe-kane)
    • linagliptin (lin-a-glip-tin)
    • lindane (lin-dane)
    • linezolid (li-nez-o-lid)
    • liraglutide (lir-a-gloo-tide)
    • lithium (lith-ee-um)
    • lixisenatide (lix-i-sen-a-tide)
    • loperamide (loe-per-a-mide)
    • lopinavir/ritonavir (loe-pin-a-veer/ri-toe-na-veer)
    • loratadine (lor-a-ta-deen) Alavert Allergy 24 Hour, Alavert Children's Allergy, Claritin, Claritin 24- Hour Allergy, Claritin Children's Allergy, Claritin Liqui–Gels 24-Hour Allergy, Claritin Reditabs 24 Hour Allergy, Loradamed, Tavist ND Allergy
    • LORazepam (lor-az-e-pam)
    • lorcaserin (lor-ca-ser-in)
    • lurasidone (loo-ras-i-done)
    • MAGNESIUM AND ALUMINUM SALTS
    • (mag-al-drate)
    • MAGNESIUM SALTS (ORAL)
    • magnesium sulfate (IV, parenteral) (9.9% Mg; 8.1 mEq Mg/g) (mag-nee-zhum sul-fate)
    • mannitol (man-i-tol)
    • meclizine (mek-li-zeen) Antivert, Bonine, Dramamine Less Drowsy Formula
    • medroxyPROGESTERone† (me-drox-ee-proe-jess-te-rone)
    • megestrol (me-jess-trole)
    • meloxicam (me-lox-i-kam)
    • melphalan (mel-fa-lan)
    • memantine (me-man-teen)
    • meperidine (me-per-i-deen)
    • meropenem (mer-oh-pen-nem)
    • meropenem/vaborbactam
    • mesalamine (me-sal-a-meen)
    • mesna (mes-na)
    • metaxalone (me-tax -a-lone) Skelaxin
    • metFORMIN (met-for-min) Fortamet, Glucophage, Glucophage XR, Glumetza, Glycon, Riomet
    • methadone (meth-a-done)
    • methIMAzole (meth-im-a-zole) Tapazole
    • methocarbamol (meth-oh-kar-ba-mole)
    • methotrexate (meth-o-trex-ate)
    • methyldopa (meth-ill-doe-pa)
    • methylergonovine (meth-ill-er-goe-noe-veen)
    • methylnaltrexone (me-thil-nal-trex-one)
    • methylphenidate (oral) (meth-ill-fen-i-date)
    • metoclopramide (met-oh-kloe-pra-mide)
    • metOLazone (me-tole-a-zone)
    • metoprolol (me-toe-proe-lole)
    • metroNIDAZOLE (me-troe-ni-da-zole)
    • micafungin (my-ka-fun-gin) Mycamine
    • miconazole
    • midostaurin (mye-doe-staw-rin)
    • miFEPRIStone (mi-fe-priss-tone)
    • milnacipran (mil-na-sip-ran)
    • milrinone (mill-ri-none) Primacor
    • mirabegron (mye-ra-beg-ron)
    • mirtazapine (meer-taz-a-peen) Remeron, Remeron RD, Remeron SolTab
    • miSOPROStol (mye-soe-prost-ole)
    • mitoMYcin (mye-toe-mye-sin)
    • mitoXANTRONE (mye-toe-zan-trone)
    • modafinil (mo-daf-i-nil)
    • montelukast (mon-te-loo-kast)
    • morphine (mor-feen)
    • mupirocin (myoo-peer-oh-sin)
    • mycophenolate mofetil (mye-koe-fee-noe-late moe-fe-til) CellCept
    • nadolol (nay-doe-lole)
    • nafarelin (na-fare-e-lin)
    • nalbuphine (nal-byoo-feen)
    • naldemedine (nal-dem-e-deen)
    • naloxegol (nal-ox-ee-gol) Movantik
    • naloxone (nal-ox-one) Evzio, Narcan
    • naproxen (na-prox-en)
    • naratriptan (nar-a-trip-tan)
    • nebivolol (ne-bi-vi-lole) Bystolic
    • neratinib (ne-ra-ti-nib)
    • netupitant/palonosetron (ne-too-pi-tant/pa-lone-o-se-tron)
    • niacin (nye-a-sin)
    • niCARdipine (nye-kar-di-peen)
    • NICOTINE (nik-o-teen)
    • NIFEdipine (nye-fed-i-peen) Adalat CC, Adalat XL, Afeditab CR, Procardia, Procardia XL
    • nilotinib (ni-lo-ti-nib)
    • niMODipine (nye-moe-di-peen)
    • niraparib (nye-rap-a-rib)
    • nitrofurantoin (nye-troe-fyoor-an-toyn)
    • NITROGLYCERIN (nye-tro-gli-ser-in)
    • nitroprusside (nye-troe-pruss-ide)
    • nivolumab (nye-vol-ue-mab)
    • norepinephrine (nor-ep-i-nef-rin)
    • nortriptyline (nor-trip-ti-leen)
    • nystatin (nye-stat-in) Mycostatin, Nadostine, Nilstat, PMS-Nystatin
    • ocrelizumab (ok-re-liz-ue-mab) Ocrevus
    • octreotide (ok-tree-oh-tide)
    • OLANZapine (oh-lan-za-peen) ZyPREXA, ZyPREXA Intramuscular, ZyPREXA Relprevv, ZyPREXA Zydis
    • olaparib (oh-lap-a-rib)
    • olodaterol (oh-loh-dat-er-ole)
    • olsalazine (ole-sal-a-zeen)
    • ombitasvir/paritaprevir/ritonavir (om-bit-as-vir/par-i-ta-pre-vir/ri-toe-na-vir)
    • ombitasvir/paritaprevir/ ritonavir/dasabuvir (om-bit-as-vir/par-i-ta-pre-vir/ri-toe-na-vir/da-sa-bue-vir)
    • omega-3-acid ethyl esters (ohme-ga three as-id eth-il esters)
    • omeprazole (o-mep-ra-zole) Losec, Olex, PriLOSEC, PriLOSEC OTC
    • ondansetron (on-dan-se-tron)
    • oritavancin (oh-rit-a-van-sin) Orbactiv
    • oseltamivir (o-sel-tam-i-vir)
    • osimertinib (oh-si-mer-ti-nib)
    • ospemifene (ospem-i-feen)
    • oxaliplatin (ox-a-li-pla-tin)
    • oxazepam (ox-az-e-pam) Novoxapam, Oxpam, Serax
    • OXcarbazepine (ox-kar-baz-e-peen)
    • OXYBUTYNIN (ox-i-byoo-ti-nin)
    • oxyCODONE (ox-i-koe-done) Oxaydo, OxyCONTIN, Oxy IR, OxyNEO, Roxicodone, Roxybond, Troxyca ER, Xtampza ER, Supeudol
    • oxytocin (ox-i-toe-sin)
    • PACLitaxel (pak-li-tax-el)
    • PACLitaxel protein-bound particles (albumin-bound)
    • palbociclib (pal-bo-si-klib)
    • palifermin (pa-liff-er-min)
    • paliperidone (pa-li-per-i-done)
    • palonosetron (pa-lone-o-se-tron)
    • pamidronate (pa-mid-roe-nate)
    • pancrelipase (pan-kre-li-pase) Cotazym, Creon, Pancrease MT, Pancreaze, Pertyze, Ultresa, Viokace, Zenpep
    • pancuronium (pan-cure-oh-nee-yum)
    • panitumumab (pan-i-tu-mu-mab)
    • pantoprazole (pan-toe-pra-zole)
    • PARoxetine hydrochloride (par-ox-e-teen)
    • patiromer (pa-tir-oh-mer) Veltassa
    • PAZOPanib (pah-zoe-puh-nib)
    • pegaspargase (peg-ass-par-jase)
    • pegfilgrastim (peg-fil-gra-stim)
    • peginterferon beta-1a (peg-in-ter-feer-on bay-ta)
    • pegloticase (peg-loe-ti-kase)
    • pembrolizumab (pem-broe-li-zoo-mab)
    • PEMEtrexed (pe-me-trex-ed)
    • PENICILLINS (pen-l-sill-ins)
    • PENICILLINS, PENICILLINASE RESISTANT
    • pentamidine (pen-tam-i-deen)
    • pentosan (pen-toe-san)
    • perampanel (per-am-pa-nel)
    • permethrin (per-meth-rin)
    • pertuzumab (per-tue-zue-mab)
    • phenazopyridine (fen-az-oh-peer-i-deen)
    • PHENobarbital (fee-noe-bar-bi-tal)
    • phentermine/topiramate (fen-ter-meen/toe-pyre-a-mate)
    • phenylephrine (fen-il-eff-rin)
    • henytoin (fen-i-toyn)
    • phosphate/biphosphate (foss-fate/bye-foss -fate)
    • phytonadione (fye-toe-na-dye-one)
    • pilocarpine (oral)† (pye-loe-kar-peen)
    • pimavanserin (pim-a-van-ser-in)
    • pimecrolimus (pi-me-cro-li-mus)
    • pioglitazone (pi-o-glit-a-zone)
    • piperacillin/tazobactam (pi-per-a-sill-in/tay-zoe-bak-tam)
    • plecanatide (ple-kan-a-tide)
    • polyethylene glycol (po-lee-eth-e-leen glye-kole)
    • posaconazole (po-sa-kon-a-zole)
    • potassium and sodium phosphates (po-tas-e-um/soe-dee-um fossfates)
    • POTASSIUM SUPPLEMENTS (poe-tass-ee-um)
    • pramipexole (pra-mi-pex-ole)
    • prasugrel (pra-soo-grel)
    • prazosin (pra-zoe-sin)
    • pregabalin (pre-gab-a-lin)
    • prochlorperazine (proe-klor-pair-a-zeen)
    • progesterone (proe-jess-te-rone)
    • promethazine (proe-meth-a-zeen)
    • propofol (proe-poe-fol)
    • propranolol (proe-pran-oh-lole)
    • propylthiouracil (proe-pill-thye-oh-yoor-a-sill)
    • protamine sulfate (proe-ta-meen)
    • pseudoephedrine (soo-doe-e-fed-rin)
    • pyrazinamide (peer-a-zin-a-mide)
    • pyridostigmine (peer-id-oh-stig-meen)
    • pyridoxine (peer-i-dox-een) Neuro-K-250 TD, Neuro-K-250 Vitamin B6, Neuro-K-50, Neuro-K-500, Pyri 500, vitamin B6
    • QUEtiapine (kwet-eye-a-peen) SEROquel, SEROquel XR
    • quinupristin/dalfopristin (kwin-oo-pris-tin/dal-foe-pris-tin)
    • RABEprazole (ra-bep-ra-zole)
    • raloxifene (ra-lox-i-feen)
    • raltegravir (ral-teg-ra-veer)
    • ramelteon (ra-mel-tee-on)
    • ramucirumab (ra-mue-sir-ue-mab)
    • ranolazine (ra-nole-a-zeen)
    • rasagiline (ra-za-ji-leen)
    • rasburicase (ras-byoor-i-case)
    • regorafenib (re-goe-raf-e-nib)
    • Rho(D) IMMUNE GLOBULIN (arr aych oh dee im-yoon glob – yoo-lin)
    • ribociclib (rye-boe-sye-klib)
    • rifabutin (riff-a-byoo-tin)
    • rifAMPin (rif-am-pin)
    • rifAXIMin (ri-fax-i-min)
    • rilpivirine (ril-pi-vir-een) Edurant
    • risedronate (riss-ed-roe-nate)
    • risperiDONE (riss-per-i-done)
    • ritonavir (ri-toe-na-veer)
    • riTUXimab (ri-tux-i-mab)
    • rivaroxaban (ri-va-rox-a-ban) Xarelto
    • rivastigmine (rye-va-stig-meen)
    • rizatriptan (riz-a-trip-tan)
    • rolapitant (rol-ap-i-tant)
    • rOPINIRole (roe-pin-i-role)
    • rucaparib (roo-kap-a-rib)
    • sacubitril/valsartan (sa-ku-bi-tril/val-sar-tan)
    • safinamide (sa-fin-a-mide)
    • salmeterol (sal-me-te-role) Serevent Diskhaler Disk, Serevent Diskus
    • sarilumab (sar-il-ue-mab) Kevzara
    • SAXagliptin (sax-a-glip-tin)
    • scopolamine (scoe-pol-a-meen)
    • selegiline (se-le-ji-leen)
    • selegiline transdermal (se-le-ji-leen)
    • sennosides (sen-oh-sides) Black-Draught, Ex-Lax, Ex-Lax Chocolated, Fletchers’ Castoria, Maximum Relief Ex-Lax, Sena-Gen, Senexon, Senokot, SenokotXTRA
    • sertraline (ser-tra-leen)
    • sevelamer (se-vel-a-mer) Renagel, Renvela
    • sildenafil (sil-den-a-fil)
    • silodosin (si-lo-do-sin)
    • simeprevir (sim-e-pre-vir)
    • sirolimus (sir-oh-li-mus)
    • SITagliptin (sit-a-glip-tin)
    • sodium bicarbonate (soe-dee-um bye-kar-boe-nate)
    • sodium citrate and citric acid (soe-dee-um sye-trate and sit-rik as-id)
    • sodium polystyrene sulfonate (soe-dee-um po-lee-stye-reen sulfon-ate)
    • sofosbuvir/velpatasvir (soe-fos-bue-vir/vel-pat-as-vir)
    • solifenacin (so-li-fen-a-sin)
    • sotalol (soe-ta-lole)
    • sucralfate (soo-kral-fate)
    • sulfaSALAzine (sul-fa-sal-a-zeen)
    • SULFONYLUREAS
    • glipiZIDE (glip-i-zide)
    • SUMAtriptan (soo-ma-trip-tan) Imitrex, imitrex DF, Imitrex STAT- dose, Onzetra Xsail, Sumavel DosePro, Zembrace SymTouch
    • SUNItinib (su-ni-ti-nib) Sutent
    • suvorexant (soo-voe-rex-ant) Belsomra
    • TACROLIMUS
    • tadalafil (ta-da-la-fil)
    • tamoxifen (ta-mox-i-fen)
    • tamsulosin (tam-soo-loe-sin)
    • tapentadol (ta-pen-ta-dol)
    • tedizolid (ted-eye-zoe-lid)
    • telavancin (tel-a-van-sin) Vibativ
    • temazepam (tem-az-a-pam) Restoril
    • tenofovir alafenamide (te-noe-fo-veeral-a-fen-a-mide)
    • terazosin (ter-ay-zoe-sin)
    • terbutaline (ter-byoo-ta-leen)
    • teriflunomide (ter-i-floo-noe-mide)
    • tesamorelin (tess-a-moe-rel-in)
    • TESTOSTERONE (tess-toss-te-rone)
    • TETRACYCLINES
    • thalidomide (tha-lid-oh-mide)
    • thiamine (thye-a-min)
    • THROMBOLYTIC AGENTS
    • tiaGABine (tye-a-ga-been)
    • ticagrelor (tye-ka-grel-or)
    • tigecycline (tye-gi-sye-kleen)
    • tiotropium (tye-o-trope-ee-yum)
    • tirofiban (tye-roe-fye-ban)
    • tocilizumab (toe-si-liz-oo-mab) Actemra
    • tofacitinib (toe-fa-sye-ti-nib)
    • tolcapone (tole-ka-pone)
    • tolterodine (tol-ter-oh-deen)
    • tolvaptan (tol-vap-tan)
    • topiramate (toe-peer-i-mate)
    • topotecan (toe-poe-tee-kan)
    • torsemide (tore-se-mide)
    • traMADol (tra-ma-dol) ConZip, Durela, Ralivia, Tridural, Ultram, Ultram ER, Zytram XL
    • trastuzumab (traz-too-zoo-mab)
    • traZODone (traz-oh-done)
    • triazolam (trye-az-oh-lam) Halcion
    • trifluridine/tipiracil (tri-floo-ri-deen/ti-peer-a-sil)
    • trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (trye-meth-oh-prim/sul-fa-meth-ox-a-zole)
    • umeclidinium (ue-mek-li-din-ee-um)
    • valACYclovir (val-ay-sye-kloe-veer)
    • valbenazine (val-ben-a-zeen)
    • valGANciclovir (val-gan-sye-kloe-veer)
    • VALPROATES
    • vancomycin (van-koe-mye-sin)
    • vandetanib (van-det-a-nib)
    • vardenafil (var-den-a-fil)
    • varenicline (ver-en-i-cline)
    • vasopressin (vay-soe-press-in)
    • vedolizumab (ve-doe-liz-yoo-mab)
    • vemurafenib (vem-u-raf-e-nib)
    • venetoclax (ven-et-oh-klax)
    • venlafaxine (ven-la-fax-een)
    • verapamil (ver-ap-a-mil)
    • vilazodone (vil-az-oh-done)
    • vinBLAStine (vin-blass-teen)
    • vinCRIStine (vin-kriss-teen)
    • vinorelbine (vine-oh-rel-been)
    • VITAMIN B12 PREPARATIONS
    • VITAMIN D COMPOUNDS
    • voriconazole (vor-i-kon-a-zole)
    • warfarin (war-fa-rin)
    • zaleplon (za-lep-lon)
    • zidovudine (zye-doe-vue-deen)
    • ziprasidone (zi-pra-si-done)
    • ziv-aflibercept (ziv a-flib-er-sept)
    • zoledronic acid (zoe-led-dron-ic as-id)
    • ZOLMitriptan (zole-mi-trip-tan)
    • zolpidem (zole-pi-dem)
    • *Food delays peaklevels and effects.
    • Drugs Approved in Canada
    • alfacalcidol (al-fa kal-si-dol)
    • bezafibrate (bezz-uh-fibe-rate) Bezalip SR
    • buserelin (bue-se-rel-in)
    • cannabidiol (ka-na-bi-dye-ole)
    • cilazapril (sye-lay-za-pril)
    • cloxacillin (klox-a-sill-in)
    • cyproterone (sy-proete-rone)
    • danaparoid (da-nap-a-roid)
    • domperidone (dom-per-i-done)
    • flupentixol (floo-pen-tiks-ol)
    • fusidic acid (fyoo-sid-ikas-id)
    • gliclazide (glik-la-zide)
    • methotrimeprazine (meth-oh-try-mep-ra-zeen)
    • moclobemide (moe-kloe-be-mide)
    • pinaverium (pin-ah-veer-ee-um)
    • prucalopride (proo-kal-o-pride)
    • trimebutine (try-meh-boo-teen)
    • zopiclone (zoe-pi-clone)
    • zuclopenthixol (zoo-kloe-pen-thix-ole)
    • Natural/Herbal Products
    • aloe (al-oh)
    • arnica (ar-ni-cuh)
    • bilberry (bill-beh-ree)
    • black cohosh (blak coe-hosh)
    • chondroitin (konn-droy-tinn)
    • dong quai (don kwi)
    • echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) (ek-i-nay-sha)
    • feverfew (fee-vurr-fyoo)
    • garlic (gar-lik)
    • ginger (Zingiber officinale) (jin-jer)
    • ginkgo (ging-ko)
    • ginseng (Panax ginseng) (jin-seng)
    • glucosamine (glew-kos-ah-meen)
    • grape seed extract (grayp seed ex-trakt)
    • green tea (green tee)
    • hawthorn (Crataegus Species) (haw-thorn)
    • kava-kava (Piper Methysticum) (ka-va ka-va)
    • milkthistle (milk this-ul)
    • SAMe (sam-ee)
    • saw palmetto (saw pal-met-toe)
    • St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum) (saynt jonz wort)
    • valerian (vuh-lare-ee-en)
    • MEDICATION SAFETY TOOLS
    • PEDIATRIC INTRAVENOUS MEDICATION QUICK REFERENCE CHART
    • BEERS CRITERIA
    • DRUGS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED RISK OF FALLS IN THE ELDERLY
    • LIST OF CONFUSED DRUG NAMES
    • DO NOT CRUSH!
    • FDA-APPROVED LIST OF GENERIC DRUG NAMES WITH TALL MAN LETTERS
    • ISMP LIST OF ADDITIONAL DRUG NAMES WITH TALL MAN LETTERS
    • APPENDICES
    • Appendix A. Recent Drug Approvals
    • Appendix B. Combination Drugs
    • Appendix C. Ophthalmic Medications
    • Appendix D. Medication Administration Techniques
    • Appendix E. Administering Medications to Children
    • Appendix F. Formulas Helpful for Calculating Doses
    • Appendix G. Pediatric Dosage Calculations
    • Appendix H. Normal Values of Common Laboratory Tests
    • Appendix I. Controlled Substances Schedules
    • Appendix J. Equianalgesic Dosing Guidelines
    • Appendix K. Food Sources for Specific Nutrients
    • Appendix L. Insulins and Insulin Therapy
    • Appendix M. Canadian and U.S. Pharmaceutical Practices
    • Appendix N. Routine Pediatric and Adult Immunizations
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY
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Trade Name(s)

  • Crinone
  • Endometrin
  • Prometrium
  • Utrogestan Canadian Tradename

Ther. Class.
hormones

Pharm. Class.
progestins

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Vallerand, April Hazard., et al. "Progesterone." Davis's Drug Guide, 16th ed., F.A. Davis Company, 2020. Davis's Drug Guide - OLD - USE 2.0, www.drugguide.com/ddo/view/Davis-Drug-Guide/51636/all/progesterone.
Vallerand AHA, Sanoski CAC, Quiring CC. Progesterone. Davis's Drug Guide. F.A. Davis Company; 2020. https://www.drugguide.com/ddo/view/Davis-Drug-Guide/51636/all/progesterone. Accessed October 18, 2021.
Vallerand, A. H., Sanoski, C. A., & Quiring, C. (2020). Progesterone. In Davis's Drug Guide (16th edition). F.A. Davis Company. https://www.drugguide.com/ddo/view/Davis-Drug-Guide/51636/all/progesterone
Vallerand AHA, Sanoski CAC, Quiring CC. Progesterone [Internet]. In: Davis's Drug Guide. F.A. Davis Company; 2020. [cited 2021 October 18]. Available from: https://www.drugguide.com/ddo/view/Davis-Drug-Guide/51636/all/progesterone.
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hye-drox-ee-pro-jess-te-rone kap-roe-ate

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Ther. Class.
hormones

Pharm. Class.
progestins

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hye-drox-ee-pro-jess-te-rone kap-roe-ate

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Ther. Class.
hormones

Pharm. Class.
progestins

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Vallerand, April Hazard., et al. "HYDROXYprogesterone Caproate." Davis's Drug Guide, 16th ed., F.A. Davis Company, 2020. Davis's Drug Guide - OLD - USE 2.0, www.drugguide.com/ddo/view/Davis-Drug-Guide/110706/all/HYDROXYprogesterone_caproate.
Vallerand AHA, Sanoski CAC, Quiring CC. HYDROXYprogesterone caproate. Davis's Drug Guide. F.A. Davis Company; 2020. https://www.drugguide.com/ddo/view/Davis-Drug-Guide/110706/all/HYDROXYprogesterone_caproate. Accessed October 18, 2021.
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