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NAME THE CLASSIFICATION, GENERIC, INDICATION FOR:
Humulin
insulin
for diabetes mellitis
NAME THE CLASSIFICATION, GENERIC, INDICATION FOR:
Diabinese
sulfonylureas (1st generation)
chlorpropamide
diabetes type II
NAME THE CLASSIFICATION, GENERIC, INDICATION FOR:
Glucotrol, Glucotrol XL
sulfonylureas (2nd generation)
glipizide
diabetes type II--lower blood sugar (glucose) by increasing the release of insulin from the pancreas.
Quinaglute
antiarrhythmic

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Carafate
sucralfate
used to treat peptic ulcers
Colace
docusate
stool softener laxative
ferrous sulfate
iron supplement
methacholine chloride
cholinergic, bronchoconstrictor for in vivo pulmonary challenge tests
Plavix
platelet aggregation inhibitor; prescribed after stent placement to prevent clotting
flecainide
a sodium channel blocker that decreases the rate of cardiac conduction and increases the ventricular refractory period; used in the treatment of life-threatening arrhythmias.
Tensilon
an anticholinesterase agent with a duration of action of approximately 10 minutes; used for differential diagnosis and evaluation of treatment requirements in myasthenia gravis and as an antagonist to trademark for a solution of edrophonium chloride.
; nondepolarizing neuromuscular blocking agents (e.g., tubocurarine).
Dilantin
trademark for preparations of phenytoin.
an anticonvulsant used in the treatment of epilepsy other than the petit mal type, the treatment of status epilepticus, and the prevention and treatment of seizures associated with neurosurgery; administered orally. Called also diphenylhydantoin
Diovan
valsartan
angiotensin II receptor blocker
dilates blood vessels and decreases blood pressure