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Mefoxin
<respiratory tract, intrabdominal, gynecological> aerobic-anaerobic mix infections
Zinacef
bacterial meningitis, soft tissue infections
Activase
disintegrate blood clots
Amikin
G- infections, UTI, burn patients
Amphocin, Fungizone
severe systemic infections, fungus-induced meningitis
Aranesp
anemia
Azactam
G- infections
Benadryl
anaphylactoid reactions, insomnia, N&V, vertigo
Bumex
edema due to CHF, renal disease, liver disease
Buprenex
moderate to severe pain
Cardizem
angina pectoralis, hypertension
Cipro I.V.
<urinary tract, lower respiratory tract, skin, bone/joint> G- and G+ infections
Cleocin
<respiratory tract, soft tissue, intrabdominal, genitourinary> aerobic and anaerobic G+ infections
Cordarone
ventricular arrhythmias
Cubicin
<skin, skin structure> G+ infections
Decadron, Hexadrol, Dalalone
coughing, asthma, croup, septic shock, cerebral edema
Lanoxin
CHF, control ventricular rate, paroxysmal atrial tachycardia
Principen
meningitis, otitis media, UTI, respiratory tract infection
Stadol
moderate to severe pain
Tagamet
GI ulcers
Thorazine
psychosis, mania, N&V
Unasyn
<skin, intrabdominal, gynecological> infections
Valium
status epilepticus, anxiety, adjunct to anesthesia
Zithromax
community-acquired pneumonia, pelvic inflammatory disease, various bacteria
Zovirax
<genital, simple encephalitis, varicella zoster> herpes simplex infections