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dobutamine
shock
dopamine
shock
doxycycline
infections
enalapril
HTN, CHF
enoxaparin
thrombosis
epinephrine
anaphylaxis, asthma
epoetin alfa
stimulate erythropoeisis
ertapenem
G+ and G- bacterial infections
erythromycin
otitis media, Legionnaire's, chlamydia, G+ infections
famotidine
ulcers
fentanyl
analgesia
filgrastim
neutropenia
fluconazole
cryptococcal meningitis in AIDS patients, Candida infections
fondaparinux
DVT, pulmonary embolism
fosphenytoin
convulsive status epilepticus
furosemide
edema, HTN, hypercalcemia
ganciclovir
cytomegalovirus
gentamicin
G- infections, burns, resp. tract infections
haloperidol
schizophrenia, psychosis, other psychological problems
heparin
thrombosis
hydralazine
HTN, CHF
hydrocortisone
adrenocortical insufficiency, asthma, septic shock, cerebral edema
hydromorphone
analgesia, antitussive
imipenem-cilastatin
severe multi-resistant infections
infliximab
rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's
ketorolac
pain
labetalol
HTN, angina
leucovorin
side effects of methotrexate
levofloxacin
broad-spectrum antibiotic
lidocaine
ventricular arrythmia
lorazepam
status epilepticus, preanesthesia
mannitol
intraocular and intracranial pressure, acute renal failure
meperidine
pain, sedation
meropenem
intra-abdominal infections, meningitis
methylprednisolone
immunosuppression and antiinflammation in pulmonary diseases, lupus, cerebral edema, spinal cord injury, AIDS