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Phentermine, diethylpropion, and phendimetrazine all release

NE

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Not for use in HTN and heart disease. Decrease appeptite

Amephetamine like

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Malabsorbs fat. Gastric and pancreatic lipase inhibitor

Orlistat

4

Decreases appetite. Selective 5HT2c agonist increasing serotonin

Lorcaserin

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Decreases appetite. NE, GABA

Phentermine/topiramate

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Decreases appetite. Opioid antagonist. Dopamine and NE

Naltrexone/buproprion

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Decreases appetite. Shot. Glucagon like peptide (GLP-1) receptor agonist

Liraglutide

8

Malabsorption of fat > diarrhea and incontinence.
Severe liver impairment and death. Safer for CV, HTN, diabetes than amphetamine like drugs

Orlistat

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Schedule 4 (potential for abuse). Can cause serotonin syndrome, neuroleptic malignant syndrome, and valvular heart disease. Cognitive impairment and euphoria. Safer for HTN and CV.

Locaserin

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Schedule 4 (potential for abuse). Increases HR, insomnia, suicidal ideation, paresthesias, dizziness, constipation, dry mouth, dysgeusia (food tastes bad), psychos, and cognitive impairment

Phentermine/topiramate

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Dysgeusia means

Food tastes bad

12

Avoid phentermine/topiramate in

HTN or CVD

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Avoid naltrexone/bupropion if patient is taking

Narcotics

14

Black box warning for naltrexone/bupropion is for

Suicidal thoughts

15

Most expensive med. Risk for colon cancer and thyroid cancer

Liraglutide

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Only drugs that aren't approved for long term use. Only approved for use for 3 months b/c of their side effects

Amphetamine like drugs

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Phentermine, diethylpropion, phendimetrazine

Amphetamine like