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33 Cards in this Set

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-afil
Erectile Dysfunction
Ex: Sildenafil
-ane
Inhalation general anesthetic
Ex: Halothane
-azepam
Benzodiazepine
Ex: Diazepam
-azine
Phenothiazine (neuroleptic, antiemetic)
Ex: Chlorpromazine
-azole
Antifungal
Ex: Ketoconazole
-barbital
Barbiturate
Ex: Phenobarbital
-caine
Local anesthetic
Ex: Lidocaine
-cillin
Penicillin
Ex: Methicillin
-cycline
Antibiotic, protein synthesis inhibitor
Ex: Tetracyline
-impramine
TCA
Ex: Imipramine
-navir
Protease Inhibitor
Ex: Saquinavir
-olol
B-antagonist
Ex: Propanolol
-operidol
Butyrophenone (neuroleptic)
Ex: Haloperidol
-oxin
Cardiac glycoside (inotropic)
Ex: Digoxin
-phylline
Methylxanthine
Ex: Theophylline
-pril
ACE inhibitor
Ex: Captopril
-terol
B2 Agonist
Ex: Albuterol
-tidine
H2 antagonist
Ex: Cimetidine
-triptyline
TCA
Ex: Amitriptyline
-tropin
Pituitary hormone
Ex: Somatotropin
-zosin
alpha antagonist
Ex: Prazosin
-sartan
Angiotensin Receptor Blocker
Ex: Losartan
-dronate
Bisphosphonate
-chol
Muscarinic Agonist
-stigmine
Anti-Acetylcholinesterase
-mustine
nitrosurea
-curium, curonium
-non-depolarizing neuromuscular blocking agent
-statin
HMG CoA Reductase inhibitor
-bendazole
Anti-parasitic
Ex: Mebendazole
-dipine
Dihydropyridine Calcium channel blocker
-prost
Prostaglandin analogue
-azone
Glitazones (oral hypoglycemic)
- increases target cell response to insulin
-glinide
Meglitinides (oral hypoglycemic)