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NAME THE DRUG CATEGORY:
prevent blood clots from forming by prohibiting the clotting factors or by inhibiting the production of vitamin K, which is needed to form the clotting factors:
anticoagulant drugs
NAME THE DRUG CATEGORY:
kill rapidly dividing cancer cells in the blood or lymphatic system:
chemotherapy drugs
NAME THE DRUG CATEGORY:
in the body, these drugs stimulate stem cells to mature into leukocytes:
colony-stimulating factor (CSF) drugs
NAME THE DRUG CATEGORY:
anti-inflammatory drugs given to suppress the immune response and decrease inflammation:
corticosteroid drugs
NAME THE DRUG CATEGORY:
these drugs are given to organ transplant patients to prevent rejection of the donor organ:
corticosteroid drugs
NAME THE DRUG CATEGORY:
in drug form, this stimulates the red marrow to make erythrocytes:
erythropoeitin
NAME THE DRUG CATEGORY:
drugs given to suppress the immune response; prevents rejection of transplanted organ:
immuno-suppressant drugs
NAME THE DRUG CATEGORY:
drugs that prevent platelets from clumping together:
platelet aggregation inhibitor drugs
NAME THE DRUG CATEGORY:
drugs that inhibit protease, an enzyme that HIV needs to replicate itself:
protease inhibitor drugs
NAME THE DRUG CATEGORY:
drugs that inhibit reverse transcriptase, an enzyme that HIV needs to replicate itself:
reverse transcriptase inhibitor drugs
NAME THE DRUG CATEGORY:
drugs that dissolve blood clots that have already formed by breaking the fibrin strands:
thrombolytic enzyme drugs
NAME THE DRUG CATEGORY:
drugs that dissolve blood clots that have already formed by converting plasminogen to an enzyme that breaks the fibrin strands:
tissue plasminogen activator (TPA drugs)
NAME THE DRUG CATEGORY:
drugs used to treat pernicious anemia:
vitamin B12 drugs
GIVE THE CATAGORY OF DRUGS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Coumadin (oral)
anticoagulant
GIVE THE CATAGORY OF DRUGS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
heparin
anticoagulant
GIVE THE CATAGORY OF DRUGS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Cytoxan, Myleran, VePesid
chemotherapy drugs
GIVE THE CATAGORY OF DRUGS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Leukine (GM-CSF);
Neupogen (G-CSF)
colony-stimulating factor (CSF) drugs;
(granulocyte macrophage-colony-stimulating factor, GM-CSF; granulocyte-colony-stimulating factor G-CSF)
GIVE THE CATAGORY OF DRUGS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Decadron, prednisone, Solu-Medrol
corticosteroid drugs
GIVE THE CATAGORY OF DRUGS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Epogen, Procrit
erythropoeitin
GIVE THE CATAGORY OF DRUGS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
CellCept, Neoral, Prograf, Sandimmune
immuno-suppressant drugs
GIVE THE CATAGORY OF DRUGS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Aggrastat, aspirin, Plavix, ReoPro, Ticlid
platelet aggregation inhibitor drugs
GIVE THE CATAGORY OF DRUGS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Crixivan, Fortovase, Invirase
protease inhibitor drugs
GIVE THE CATAGORY OF DRUGS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Epivir, Hivid, Retrovir, Sustiva, Viramune
reverse transcriptase inhibitor drugs
GIVE THE CATAGORY OF DRUGS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Streptase
thrombolytic enzyme drugs
GIVE THE CATAGORY OF DRUGS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Activase, retavase
tissue plasminogen activator (TPA) drugs
GIVE THE CATAGORY OF DRUGS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
hydroxycobalamin, Nascobal
vitamin B12 drugs