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Drug Categories

Anti-infective

Immune System

Pain and Inflammation Hematological System

Nervous System

Cardiovascular System

Respiratory System

Fluids, Electrolytes, or Renal System

Digestive System

Endocrine System

Reproductive System

Antiinfectives

Penicillins

Cephalosporins

Carbapenems Bacteriostatic Inhibitors Urinary Tract Antiseptics Antiviral

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Sulfonamides and Trimethoprim Aminoglycosides Tetracyclines

Monobactams Anti-Hansens Disease Antiprotozoals

Antimycobacterials

Fluoroquinolones

Antifungals

Medications Affecting the Immune System

Childhood Immunizations

Fluoroquinolones

Adult Immunizations

Antihistamines

Immunosuppressants

Immunostimulants

Chemotherapy Agents

NSAIDs

Acetaminophen

Migraine Medications

Opioid Antagonists

Opioid Agonist / Antagonists

Medications for Pain and Adjuvant Pain Medications Inflammation


Opioid Agonists

Antigout Medications Rheumatoid Arthritis Medications

Medications Affecting the Nervous System

Cholinesterase

Neuromuscular

Antidepressants

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Inhibitors
CNS Stimulants Antipsychotics

Blocking Agents
Antiepileptics Sedative Hypnotics

Tricyclic
Mood Stabilizers Anxiolytic Non-

Atypical & Conventional


Anesthetics (Local,

Benzodiazepines & Non-Benzodiazepines


Selective Serotonin

Barbiturate
Atypical

IV, & Inhalation)


Muscle Relaxants &

Reuptake Inhibitors
Monoamine Oxidase

Antidepressants
Anti-Parkinsons

Antispasmodics
Drugs of Abuse and

Inhibitors

Medications

Withdrawal Support

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Medications Affecting the Cardiovascular System

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Adrenergic Agonists Adrenergic Blockers

Adrenergic Blockers Calcium Channel Blockers

Centrally Acting 2 Agonists Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers Organic Nitrates Antilipemics

Angiotensin Medications for Converting Enzyme Hypertensive Crisis Inhibitors Cardiac Glycosides

Antidysrhythmic Medications

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Medications Affecting the Blood

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Anticoagulants Iron Preparations Hematopoietic Growth Factors Hypoproteinemia / Hypoalbuminemia

Antiplatelets Vitamin B12 Thrombopoietic Growth Factors

Thrombolytics Folic Acid Blood and Blood Products

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2 Adrenergic Agonists

Methylxanthines

Glucocorticoids

Medications Affecting the Mast Cell Leukotriene Stabilizers Respiratory System Modifiers

Inhaled Anticholinergics

Antitussive-Opioids

Mucolytics

Decongestants

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High Ceiling Loop Diuretics Osmotic Diuretics

Thiazide Diuretics Phosphate Binders

Bisphosphonates Kayexalate

Medications Affecting Fluid, Potassium Sodium Magnesium Sulfate Electrolytes, Minerals, and/or Supplements Bicarbonate the Renal System Calcium Selective Estrogen
Supplements CalcitoninSalmon Receptor Modulators Potassium-Sparing Diuretics

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Medications Affecting the Digestive System and Nutrition

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Histamine2 Receptor Agonists Antacids Laxatives Proton Pump Inhibitors Prostaglandin E Analog Antidiarrheals Sucralfate Antiemetics Prokinetic Agents

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Oral Hypoglycemics Thyroid-Radioactive Iodine Insulin Antithyroid Medications For Insulin Overdose Thyroid Hormones

Medications Affecting the Antidiuretic Thyroid-Nonradioactive Iodine Growth Hormones Endocrine System Hormone

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Uterine Stimulants Estrogens Oral Contraceptives Antineoplastic Agents Androgens Tocolytics

Medications Affecting Erectile Dysfunction Progesterones Treatments Reproduction

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Standard Conversion Factors

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1 fl. Oz. = 30 mL 1 Tbs = 15 mL 1 Tbs = 3 tsp 1 gr = 60 mg

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Subcutaneous Injections

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Small doses of non-irritating, water-soluble medication Use short, fine-gauge needle (3/8-5/8, 25-27 ga.) @45-90 No more than 1.5 mL of solution

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Used for irritating solutions, solutions in oils, and aqueous suspensions Use 18-27 ga needle (usual = 22-25 ga), 1-1.5 long @ 90 Volume = 1-3 mL

Intramuscular Injections

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WNL = 135-145 mEq/L Common food sources Bacon Butter Processed foods Pickled foods

Sodium

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