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oral antacids - H2 blockers

treatments for ARD--acid-related disorders

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PPIs - H. Pylori antibiotics - anti-gas drugs

treatments for PUD-peptic ulcer disorder

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opioids - opioid congeners (Lomotil & Imodium) - Peopto Bismol & Kaopectate

treatments for diarrhea

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ciprofloxacin (Cipro) - doxcycycline (Vibramycin) - TMP-SMX (Septra)

antibiotics for Traveler's Diarrhea

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codeine, now defunct Paregoric--tincture of morphine

Opioids

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Lomotil (diphenoxylate & atropine)--by Rx
Imodium (loperamide)--OTC

Opioid-like drugs (congeners)

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bismuth sulfate

Pepto Bismol

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kaolin and pectin

Kaopectate

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bulking agents - stool softeners & lubricants - bowel stimulants - Saline solutions/hyperosmotic liquid agents

Laxatives

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psyllium (Metamucil and others)

bulk forming agents

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docusate (Colace) - mineral oil & glycerine suppositories

stool softners & lubricants

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sennosides (Ex-Lax) - castor oil

bowel stimulants

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Epsom Salts, MOM--milk of magnesia - Fleets Enema

Saline solutions/hyperosmotic liquid agents

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older antihistmines & antipsychotics - 5HT3 rc antagonists (SSRIs & SNRIs) - marijuana & derivatives

Antiemetics

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anticholinergic 1st gen anithistamines with antinausea side effects

diphenhydramine (Benadryl) & promethazine (Phenergan)

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an older type of antipsychotic with dopamine antagonism properties--antinausea effects

Compazine (procholorperazine)

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5HT3 rc antagonists with anti-nausea as their primary mode of action

the 'setron' drugs:
ondansetron (Zofran) & dolasetron (Anzemet)

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Emetics (Ipecac) - Absorbants (activated charcoal) -

treatment of poisoning (overdose or suicide attempt)

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Syrup of Ipecac

Emetic

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Activated Charcoal

Absorbant

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Fen-phen and other amphetamine-like stimulants

Drugs for weight loss

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the serotonin and norephinephrine reuptake inhibitor/antidepressant drug that was pulled from the market in 2010 because of heart attach and stroke risk

Meridia

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orlistat (Xenical, Alli as the OTC trade name)

lipase inhibitor

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another GI drug; a corticosteroid often given by enema as a potent anti-inflammatory in cases of sever Crohn's Disease/Ulcerative Colitis

hydrocortisone (Cortenema)