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CNS depressants CI

* muscle relaxants (carisoprodol, cyclobenzaprine, methocarbamol, diazepam)
* benzodiazepines (alprazolam, diazepam)

2

MAO-I CI


* SSRIs (escitalopram, fluoxetine, paroxitine)
* TCAs (amitryptyline)
* dextromethorphan
* nasal decongestnats (pseudoephedrine, phenylephrine, oxymetazoline)
* albuterol

3

category x

* phentermine
* misoprostal
* nitrofurantoin (3rd trimester)

* alprostadil
* oxytocin
* HcG
* bicalutamide
* clomiphene
* isoretinoin
* megesterol
* finasteride
* testosterone
* estrogens
* levonorgesterol
* medroxyprogesterone
* northindrone
* raloxifen

4

Drugs that can cause pulmonary fibrosis

* Amiodarone (class III antiarrhytmic: heart block, hypotension, hypo/hyperthyroid, hepatotoxicity, coronary skin deposits also possible)

* bromocriptine (indicated for PD, acromegaly, hyperprolactinemia)

5

alkylating agents used in cancer treatment

* cisplatin, used in mets testicular and ovarian CA, also adv. bladder CA

* cyclophosphamide, used in leukemia, lymphomas

6

drugs known to cause Steven Johnson syndrome

*modafinal ( used to treat narcolepsy)

*terbinafine

7

drugs known to be hepatotoxic

amiodarone (arrhytmias)
Isoniazid (TB)
propylthiouracil (thyroid storm)
rifampin (TB)
terbinafine (onchomycosis)

8

drugs that change urine color

Methocarbamol (black, blue, green urine)

rifampin (red tears/saliva/ urine)

9

drugs CI due to sulfa allergies

Furosemide
HCTZ
Glyburide
sulfasalazine

10

drugs CI with concomitant EtOH use

acetaminophen
Metronidazole

11

common estrogen in combo OCPs

Ethinyl estradiol
+ drospirenone
+ norelgestromin
+ noregestimate

12

onset of insulins

lispro < regular < glargine

13

non-selective cox inhibitors

aspirin (I: fever, pain, inflammation, platelet agg.)
diclofenac (I: topical inflammation)
ketorlac (I: pain)

ibuprofen
indomethacin
naproxen (I inflammation)
nepafenac (I: post-cataract)

14

drugs that affect microtubule assembly

albendazole and mebendazole (anti-helminthic)

colchicine (I: gout)

vinblastine (I: hodgkin's, testicular CA, kaposi's sarcoma)

15

DMPS and DMSA commonly chelate

mercury
arsenic

16

difference between DMPS and DMSA in chelating I.

DMPS: gold

DMSA: lead, antimony

Both: mercury, arsenic

17

anticholinergics

Atropine (I: mydriatic, organophosphate poisoning, PD, bradycardia)

Benztropine, Scopolamine, Diphenhydramine (I: dyskinesia in PD)

hyoscyamine, dicyclomine (I: diarrhea, IBS, spasms, PUD)

scopalmine (I: motion sickness)