Drug Tables

>Drug Categories (New)
Note: selected new drug releases are added
to the alphabetical listing below

Alphabetical Listing of individual drugs


 ANALGESICS / Muscle spasms / Palliative care
 ANESTHESIA (Anesthetics, Critical Care, NMBs, Sedatives)
 ANTIMICROBIALS - Infectious Disease
 ENDOCRINOLOGY (diabetes, thyroid, etc)
 HEENT - (Head, Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat. Including cough/cold)
 HEMATOLOGY - (Anticoagulants, Thrombolytics, etc.)
 HEPATOLOGY (hepatic disease)
 HORMONES (androgens, estrogens, progestins, thyroid,....)
 IMMUNOLOGY - Immunologic agents
 INFECTIOUS DISEASE (antimicrobials)
 NEUROLOGY (ALS, parkinsons, alzheimers, ....)
 PULMONARY / Respiratory (Asthma, COPD, PAH, etc.)
 PSYCHIATRY (Addiction, antidepressants, antipsychotics, etc)
 RHEUMATOLOGY (Gout, osteoporosis, RA, etc)
 UROLOGY (cysitis, bladder spasm, prostate disease, etc)
 WOMEN'S Health

[  A  ]

Ace Inhibitors ACLS Pocket Guide Acne (topical Agents)
Actinic Keratosis Addiction Aids Aldosterone Antagonists
Alpha Blockers ALS Agents Alzheimer's Disease
Aminoglycosides Anesthetics / Sedatives Angiotensin II inhibitors
Antacids anti-Arrhythmics Antibiotics (Other)
Anti-cholinergics Anti-Convulsants Anti-Depressants
Anti-Diarrheals Anti-Emetics Anti- Fungals
Anti-Hepatitis Agents Anti-Herpetic Agents Antihistamines
Anti-Hypertensive combinations Anti-Hypertensive (Other) Anti-Influenza Agents
Anti-Malarials Anti-Platelet agents Anti-Psychotics
Anti-Spasmotics (Bowel) Antitussives /Expectorants Atopic Dermatitis

[  B  ]

Benzodiazepines Beta Blockers Bile Acid Sequestrants
Bisphosphonates Bladder spasm Bowel - antispasmotics
BPH Burn preparations Biological response modifiers (BRMs) - TNF inhibitors

[  C  ]

Calcium Channel Blockers Calcium Supplements Carbapenems
Cephalosporins Colony Stimulating Factors Contraceptives
Corticosteroids (Systemic) Corticosteroids (intra-articular) Corticalsteroids (topical) potency
Cough Cystic Fibrosis - Newer agents Cystitis (Hemorrhagic)

[  D  ]

Decongestants Diabetes (Old table) Direct thrombin inhibitors
Disease Modifying Agents Diuretics Drug / Food Interactions
  Drug Levels (Therapeutic)  

Diabetes - Specific Drug Classes


Sulfonylureas Meglitinides (e.g. Prandin)

Insulin sensitizers

Biguanides e.g. Metformin Glitazones - Thiazolidinediones

Alpha-glucosidase inhibitors

Alpha-glucosidase Inhibitors  

Peptide analogs

AMYLIN AGONISTS - Anti-hyperglycemic Synthetic Analogs DPP-4 INHIBITORS -  Dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitor  –    Gliptins
Glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) AGONIST - Incretin Mimetics Sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitors [Protein]

Insulin Products

Rapid-Acting Analogues Short-Acting Insulins
Intermediate-Acting Insulins Long-Acting Insulins
Combination Insulins  

[  E - F - G  ]

Endocrine / Other Erectile Dysfunction Fever inducing agents
Fibrates Fibromyalgia Fluoroquinolones
G6PD deficiency Gastrointestinal (Other) Gout

[  H - I - J ]

H2 Blockers Helicobacter Pylori Herpes Simplex
Hypertensive Urgency (oral) Hypertensive Emergency (IV) Hemorrhoids
HIV (anti) Agents Hormone replacement Inflammatory bowel disease
Interferons Intermittent Claudication Immunizations
Insulin's Infectious disease drug list Interleukin-5 antagonists
  Irritable Bowel Syndrome  


Combination Products Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors
Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors Protease Inhibitors
Fusion inhibitors, CCR5 Antag, integrase strand transfer inhib. HIV (anti) Agents - HOME

[  K - L - M ]

* LAB VALUES * Laxatives Low Molecular Weight Heparins
Macrolides Magnesium supplements Migraine
Mouth & Lip preparations (topical) Multiple sclerosis Muscle relaxants

[  N - O - P - Q ]

Nasal preparations Neurogenic bladder Neuromuscular blocking agents
Neutropenia (Agents causing) Nitrates NSAIDs
Oncology-(Oral agents, some IV) --® Oncology -IV Dilutions INDEX
Ophthalmic Preparations Otic Preparations Opiates / Combination
Parkinsons Disease PCA - Patient Controlled Analgesia Penicillins
Periodic table Phosphate supplements Potassium supplements
Postmenopausal agents Prostate Cancer Proton pump inhibitors
Prothrombin concentrates / complexes Psoriasis --®
Pulmonary -phosphodiesterase 4 (PDE4) inh Pulmonary fibrosis (idopathic) -(IPF) Pulmonary Hypertension

[  R - S - T ]

Renal Failure (agents) Respiratory Medications Restless legs syndrome (RLS)
Rheumatoid arthritis Sclerosing agents  
Sore throat Statins Stimulants
Tetracyclines Thrombocytopenia (causative) Thrombolytics
Thyroid Hormone Thyroid (Anti) Toxicology
Tuberculosis agents Topicals (Other) Topicals (Antiviral)
Topical (Antibacterials) Topical (Anti-fungals) Topical (Antiparasitics)
Topical (Burns) Topical (Corticosteroids)  

< U - V - WXYZ >

Urinary (Other) Urine discoloration (Urologic) Dysuria
Vaginal Preparations Vasodilators Vasopressors and inotropes
Vasopressin-V2- receptor-antagonists Vitamin D Analogs Weight Management Agents
  Women's Health  

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