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Drug Indexes

Luellmann, Color Atlas of Pharmacology © 2005 Thieme

All rights reserved. Usage subject to terms and conditions of license.

352 Drug Index

Trade Name – Drug Name

(* denotes investigational status in the United States)

 

A

 

Aldomet®

Methyldopa

 

Abbokinase®

 

Aldrox®

Aluminum hydroxide

 

Urokinase

Aleve®

Naproxen

 

Acantex®

Ceftriaxone

Alexan®

Cytarabine

 

Accolate®

Zafirlukast

Alfenta®

Alfentanil

 

Accupril®

Quinapril

Alflorone®

Fludrocortisone

 

Acediur®

Captopril

Alfoten®

Alfuzosin

 

Acephen®

Acetaminophen

Algocalmin®

Dipyrone

 

Acepril®

(= paracetamol)

Algocor®

Gallopamil

 

Captopril

Alkeran®

Melphalan

 

Achromycin®

Tetracycline

Allegra®

Fexofenadine

 

AcipHex®

Rabeprazole

Allerdryl®

Diphenhydramine

 

Acnex®

Salicylic acid

Allerest®

Oxymetazoline

 

Acthar®

Corticotropin

Alloferin®

Alcuronium

 

Acti-B12®

Hydroxocobalamin

Alloprin®

Allopurinol

 

Actilyse®

Alteplase

Allvoran®

Diclofenac

 

Actimmune®

Interferon gamma

Almocarpine®

Pilocarpine

 

Actiprophen®

Ibuprofen

Almodan®

Amoxicillin

 

Activase®

t-PA (= alteplase)

Alocort®

Hydrocortisone (cortisol)

 

Actonel®

Risedronate

Alophen®

Phenolphthalein

 

Actos®

Pioglitazone

Alopresin®

Captopril

 

Actulin®

Repaglinide

Alphagan®

Brimonidine

 

Acular®

Ketorolac

Alpha-redisol®

Hydroxocobalamin

 

Adalat®

Nifedipine

Altace®

Ramipril

 

Adcortyl®

Triamcinolone

Altracin®

Bacitracin

 

ADH®

Vasopressin

Alu-Cap®

Aluminum hydroxide

 

Adicort®

Triamcinolone acetonide

Aludrin®

Isoprenaline

 

Adrenalin®

Epinephrine

 

(= isoproterenol)

 

Adriamycin®

Doxorubicin

Alupent®

Metaproterenol

 

Adriblastin®

Doxorubicin

 

(orciprenaline)

 

Adrucil®

Fluorouracil

Alu-Tab®

Aluminum hydroxide

 

Advil®

Ibuprofen

Alzapam®

Lorazepam

 

Aegrosan®

Dimeticone

Ambaxine®

Amantadine

 

Aerius®

Desloratadine

Ambien®

Zolpidem

 

Aerobid®

Flunisolide

Ambril®

Ambroxol

 

Aerolate®

Theophylline

Amcill®

Ampicillin

 

Afibrin®

ε-Aminocaproic acid

Amen®

Medroxyprogesterone-

 

Afrin®

Oxymetazoline

 

acetate

 

Agenerase®

Amprenavir

Americaine®

Benzocaine

 

Aggrastat®

Tirofiban

Amfebutamon(e)®

Bupropion

 

Agopton®

Lansoprazole

Amicar®

ε-Aminocaproic acid

 

Airbron®

Acetylcysteine

Amidate®

Etomidate

 

Ak Pred®

Prednisolone

Amidonal®

Aprindine

 

Akarpine®

Pilocarpine

Amikin®

Amikacin

 

Akineton®

Biperiden

Aminomux®

Pamidronate

 

Akinophyl®

Biperiden

Aminopan®

Somatostatin

 

Alazine®

Hydralazine

Amitril®

Amitriptyline

 

Albalon®

Naphazoline

Ammuno®

Indometacin

 

Albego®

Camazepam

Amoban®

Zopiclone

 

Albiotic®

Lincomycin

Amodopa®

Methyldopa

 

Albuterol®

Salbutamol

Amovane®

Zopiclone

 

Alcoban®

Flucytosine

Amoxil®

Amoxicillin

 

Aldactone®

Spironolactone

Amphipen®

Ampicillin

 

Aldecin®

Beclometasone

Amphojel®

Aluminum hydroxide

 

Aldinamide®

Pyrazinamide

Amphozone®

Amphotericin B

 

Aldocorten®

Aldosterone

Amycor®

Bifonazole

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Trade Name – Drug Name

353

 

 

Anabactyl (A)®

Carbenicillin

Arumil®

Amiloride

 

 

 

Anabolin®

Nandrolone

Asacol®

Mesalamine (mesalazine)

 

Anacaine®

Benzocaine

Asadrine®

Acetylsalicylic acid

 

 

 

Anacin-3®

Acetaminophen

Ascotop®

Zolmitriptan

 

 

 

 

(= paracetamol)

Aspenon®

Aprindine

 

 

 

Anacobin®

Cyanocobalamin

Aspirin®

Acetylsalicylic acid

 

 

 

Anaesthesin®

Benzocaine

Astramorph®

Morphine sulfate

 

 

 

Anamid®

Kanamycin

Atabrine®

Quinacrine

 

 

 

Anaprox®

Naproxen

Atacand®

Candesartan

 

 

 

Ancotil®

Flucytosine

Atempol®

Nitrazepam

 

 

 

Andriol®

Testosterone

Atensine®

Diazepam

 

 

 

 

undecanoate

Ativan®

Lorazepam

 

 

 

Andro®

Testosterone enantate

Atridox®

Doxycycline

 

 

 

Androcur®

Cyproterone-acetate

Atromid-S®

Clofibrate

 

 

 

Androcyp®

Testosterone cypionate

Atropisol®

Atropine

 

 

 

Android®

Methyltestosterone

Atrovent®

Ipratropium

 

 

 

Androlone®

Nandrolone

Augmentan®

Amoxicillin + clavulanic

 

Andronate®

Testosterone cypionate

 

acid

 

 

 

Androviron®

Mesterolone

Augmentin®

Clavulanic acid +

 

 

 

Anectine®

Succinylcholine

 

amoxicillin

 

 

 

Anergan®

Promethazine

Aureotan®

Aurothioglucose

 

 

 

Anethaine®

Tetracaine

Auromyose®

Aurothioglucose

 

 

 

Anexate®

Flumazenil

Aurorix®

Moclobemide

 

 

 

Angettes®

Acetylsalicylic acid

Avandia®

Rosiglitazone

 

 

 

Angionorm®

Dihydroergotamine

Avapro®

Irbesartan

 

 

 

Ang-O-Span®

Nitroglycerin

Avicel®

Cellulose

 

 

 

 

(glyceryl trinitrate)

Avinza®

Morphine sulfate

 

 

 

Antagon®

Ganirelix

Avloclor®

Chloroquine

 

 

 

Antepsin®

Sucralfate

Avlosulfone®

Dapsone

 

 

 

Antilirium®

Physostigmine

Avodart®

Dutasteride

 

 

 

Antiminth®

Pyrantel pamoate

Avomine®

Promethazine

 

 

 

Antipressan®

Atenolol

Azaline®

Salazosulfapyridine

 

 

 

Antivert®

Meclizine (meclozine)

 

(sulfasalazine)

 

 

 

Antocin®

Atosiban

Azanin®

Azathioprine

 

 

 

Antrizine®

Meclizine (meclozine)

Azlin®

Azlocillin

 

 

 

Apaurin®

Diazepam

Azmacort®

Triamcinolone acetonide

 

Apocretin®

Etilefrine

Azopt®

Brinzolamide

 

 

 

Apresoline®

Hydralazine

Azulfidine®

Salazosulfapyridine

 

 

 

Aprobal®

Alprenolol

 

(sulfasalazine)

 

 

 

Aprozide®

Hydrochlorothiazide

 

 

 

 

 

Apsin VK®

Pencillin V

B

 

 

 

 

Apsolox®

Oxprenolol

 

 

 

 

Aptine®

Alprenolol

 

 

 

 

 

Aralen®

Chloroquine

Baciguent®

Bacitracin

 

 

 

Aranesp®

Darbepoetin

Bactidan®

Enoxacin

 

 

 

Arava®

Leflunomide

Bactocill®

Oxacillin

 

 

 

Arduan®

Pipecuronium

Bactrim®

Co-trimoxazole

 

 

 

Aredia®

Pamidronate

BAL in oil®

Dimercaprol

 

 

 

Arelix®

Piretanide

Barbita®

Phenobarbital

 

 

 

Arfonad®

Trimetaphan

Bay-Bee®

Vitamin B12

 

 

 

Arhythmol®

Propafenone

Baycol®

Cerivastatin

 

 

 

Aricept®

Donepezil

Bayer 205®

Suramine

 

 

 

Arimidex®

Anastrozole

Bayotensin®

Nitrendipine

 

 

 

Aristocort®

Triamcinolone

Baypress®

Nitrendipine

 

 

 

Arixtra®

Fondaparinux

Becloforte®

Beclometasone

 

 

 

Armazid®

Isoniazid

Becodisks®

Beclometasone

 

 

 

Arsumax®

Artesunate

Beconase®

Beclometasone

 

 

 

Arteoptic®

Carteolol

Becotide®

Beclometasone

 

 

 

Arterenol®

Norepinephrine

Bedoz®

Cyanocobalamin

 

 

 

Arthrisin®

(noradrenaline)

Bee Six®

Vitamin B6

 

 

 

Acetylsalicylic acid

Bee-six®

Pyridoxine

 

 

 

Articulose®

Prednisolone

Befizal®

Bezafibrate

 

 

 

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All rights reserved. Usage subject to terms and conditions of license.

354 Drug Index

 

Benadryl®

Diphenhydramine

C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benemid®

Probenecid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bentos®

Befunolol

Cabadon

®

 

 

 

Berkaprine®

Azathioprine

 

 

 

 

 

Cabaseril®

 

 

Berkatens®

Verapamil

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Berkolol®

Propranolol

Cacit

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

Calabren

 

 

Berofor alpha 2®

Interferon alfa2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Berotec®

Fenoterol

Calan

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Berubigen®

Vitamin B12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Calchichew®

 

Bestcall®

Cefmenoxime

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

Betaclar®

Befunolol

Calcidrink

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

Betadran®

Bupranolol

Calciferol

 

 

 

Calcimer®

 

 

Betadrenol®

Bupranolol

 

 

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

Betagon®

Mepindolol

Calcimux

®

 

 

Calciparin

 

 

Betalin 12®

Vitamin B12

 

 

 

Calcitare®

 

 

 

Betaloc®

Metoprolol

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

 

Betapen-VK®

Pencillin V

Calderol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Betimol®

Timolol

Calpol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Betoptic®

Betaxolol

Calsan

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Betriol®

Bunitrolol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Calsynar®

 

 

 

Bextra®

Bucindolol

Caltidren

®

 

 

Bextra®

Valdecoxib

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

 

 

Bezalip®

Bezafibrate

Caltrate

 

 

®

 

 

Calvepen

 

 

Bezatol®

Bezafibrate

 

 

 

 

Camcolit

®

 

 

Biaxin®

Clarithromycin

 

 

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bicalm®

Zolpidem

Camoquin

 

 

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

 

Bicillin®

Penicillin G

Campral

 

 

 

 

 

 

Campto

®

 

 

 

 

Bicol®

Bisacodyl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Canasa®

 

 

 

 

 

 

Biltricide®

Praziquantel

Cancidas

®

 

 

Black Draught®

Senna

 

®

 

 

Canesten

 

 

Blenoxane®

Bleomycin

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

 

Blocadren®

Timolol

Capastat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

 

Bofedrol®

Ephedrine

Caplenal

 

 

 

 

 

Capoten

®

 

 

 

Bonamine®

Meclizine (meclozine)

 

 

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bonpyrin®

Dipyrone

Capramol

 

 

 

Caprolin

®

 

 

 

Bopen-VK®

Pencillin V

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carace®

 

 

 

 

 

 

Borotropin®

Atropine

Carafate

®

 

 

 

Botox®

Botulinum toxin type A

 

 

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brethine®

Terbutaline

Carbex

 

 

 

 

®

 

Brevibloc®

Esmolol

Carbocaine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

Brevital®

Methohexital

Carbolite

 

 

 

 

Cardene

®

 

 

 

Bricanyl®

Terbutaline

®

 

 

 

Cardinol

 

 

 

Briclin®

Amikacin

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cardioqin®

 

 

Bromo-Seltzer®

Acetaminophen

Cardiorhythmino®

 

 

(= paracetamol)

 

 

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

Bronalide®

Flunisolide

Cardizem

 

 

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

 

Bronchaid®

Epinephrine

Cardura

 

 

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bronchopront®

Ambroxol

Carduran

 

 

 

Caridian

®

 

 

 

Bronkodyl®

Theophylline

 

 

 

 

®

 

Carindapen

 

Broxalax®

Bisacodyl

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brufen®

Ibuprofen

Carteol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cartrol®

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bumex®

Bumetanide

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

 

Buprene®

Buprenorphine

Casodex

 

®

 

 

 

Catapres

 

 

 

Burinex®

Bumetanide

 

 

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buscopan®

Butylscopolamine

CCNU

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buscopan®

Hyoscine butyl bromide

Cedocard

 

 

 

 

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buspar®

Buspirone

Cedur

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CeeNu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Butylone®

Pentobarbital

®

 

 

 

 

Cefmax

Celance®

Celebrex®

Celevac®

Vitamin B12

Cabergoline Calcium carbonate Glibenclamide

(= glyburide) Verapamil Calcium carbonate Calcium carbonate Vitamin D Calcitonin Etidronate Heparin Calcitonin Calcifediol Acetaminophen (= paracetamol) Calcium carbonate Calcitonin Carteolol Calcium carbonate Pencillin V Lithium carbonate Amodiaquine Acamprosate Irinotecan

Mesalamine (mesalazine) Caspofungin Clotrimazole Capreomycin Allopurinol

Captopril ε-Aminocaproic acid Capreomycin Lisinopril Sucralfate Selegeline Mepivacaine Lithium carbonate Nicardipine Propranolol Quinidine

Ajmaline

Diltiazem

Doxazosin

Doxazosin

Mepindolol

Carbenicillin Carteolol Carteolol Bicalutamide Clonidine Lomustine Isosorbide dinitrate Bezafibrate Lomustine Cefmenoxime Pergolide

Celecoxib = Colecoxib Methylcellulose

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Celexa®

Citalopram

Cologel®

Methylcellulose

 

 

 

Celiomycin®

Viomycin

Combactam®

Sulbactam

 

 

 

CellCept®

Mycophenolate mofetil

Combantrin®

Pyrantel pamoate

 

 

 

Cemix®

Cefmenoxime

Complamin®

Xanthinol nicotinate

 

 

 

Centrax®

Prazepam

Complement

 

 

 

 

Cephulac®

Lactulose

Continus®

Pyridoxine

 

 

 

Cerebid®

Papaverine

Comprecin®

Enoxacin

 

 

 

Cerespan®

Papaverine

Comtan®

Entacapone

 

 

 

Cerubidine®

Daunorubicin

Comtess®

Entacapone

 

 

 

Cesamet®

Nabilone

Concor®

Bisoprolol

 

 

 

Cesplon®

Captopril

Conducton®

Carazolol

 

 

 

Chloraminophene®

Chlorambucil

Constant-T®

Theophylline

 

 

 

Chlorohist®

Xylometazoline

Contergan®

Thalidomide

 

 

 

Chloromycetin®

Chloramphenicol

Copaxone®

Glatimer acetate

 

 

 

Chloroptic®

Chloramphenicol

Coracten®

Nifedipine

 

 

 

Cholestabyl®

Colestipol

Coradus®

Isosorbide dinitrate

 

 

 

Cholestid®

Colestipol

Cordanum®

Talinolol

 

 

 

Choloxin®

Thyroxine

Cordarex®

Amiloride

 

 

 

Chronulac®

Lactulose

Cordarex®

Amiodarone

 

 

 

Cialis®

Tadalafil

Cordarone®

Amiodarone

 

 

 

Cibacalcin®

Calcitonin

Cordilox®

Verapamil

 

 

 

Cidomycin®

Gentamicin

Coreg®

Carvedilol

 

 

 

Cillimycin®

Lincomycin

Corgal®

Gallopamil

 

 

 

Ciloxan®

Ciprofloxacin

Corgard®

Nadolol

 

 

 

Cimetrin®

Erythromycin-

Coricidin®

Oxymetazoline

 

 

 

 

propionate

Corindolan®

Mepindolol

 

 

 

Cin-Quin®

Quinidine

Coronex®

Isosorbide dinitrate

 

 

 

Cipro®

Ciprofloxacin

Correctol®

Phenolphthalein

 

 

 

Ciprobay®

Ciprofloxacin

Cortalone®

Prednisolone

 

 

 

Ciprox®

Ciprofloxacin

Cortate®

Hydrocortisone (cortisol)

 

Ciproxin®

Ciprofloxacin

Cortef®

Hydrocortisone (cortisol)

 

Circupon®

Etilefrine

Cortelan®

Cortisone

 

 

 

Citanest®

Prilocaine

Cortenema®

Hydrocortisone (cortisol)

 

Citaprim®

Citalopram

Cortigel®

Corticotropin

 

 

 

Citrucell®

Methylcellulose

Cortistab®

Cortisone

 

 

 

Claforan®

Cefotaxime

Cortogen®

Cortisone

 

 

 

Clamoxyl®

Amoxicillin

Cortone®

Cortisone

 

 

 

Claripex®

Clofibrate

Cortrophin®

Corticotropin

 

 

 

Claritin®

Loratadine

Corvaton®

Molsidomine

 

 

 

Clasteon®

Clodronate

Coscopin®

Narcotine (= noscapine)

 

Cleocin®

Clindamycin

Coscopin®

Noscapine (= narcotine)

 

Clexane®

Enoxaparin

Coscotab®

Narcotine (= noscapine)

 

Clomid®

Clomifene

Coscotab®

Noscapine (= narcotine)

 

Clonopin®

Clonazepam

Cosmegen®

Dactinomycin

 

 

 

Clont®

Metronidazole

Coumadin®

Warfarin

 

 

 

Clopra®

Metoclopramide

Coversum®

Perindopril

 

 

 

Clotrimaderm®

Clotrimazole

Coversyl®

Perindopril

 

 

 

Clovapen®

Cloxacillin

Cozaar®

Losartan

 

 

 

Clozan®

Clotiazepam

C-Pak®

Doxycycline

 

 

 

Clozaril®

Clozapine

Crixivan®

Indinavir

 

 

 

Cobalin-H®

Hydroxocobalamin

Cryspen®

Penicillin G

 

 

 

Cobex®

Vitamin B12

Crystapen®

Penicillin G

 

 

 

Cocillin-VK®

Pencillin V

Crystodigin®

Digitoxin

 

 

 

Codelsol®

Prednisolone

Cuemid®

Cholestyramine

 

 

 

Codicept®

Codeine

Cuprimine®

D-Penicillamine

 

 

 

Cogentin®

Benztropine

Cutivate®

Fluticasone

 

 

 

Cognex®

Tacrine

Cuvalit®

Lisuride

 

 

 

Colchicine®

Colchicine

Cyanoject®

Vitamin B12

 

 

 

Coleb®

Isosorbide mononitrate

Cyclogest®

Progesterone

 

 

 

Colectril®

Amiloride

Cyklokapron®

Tranexamic acid

 

 

 

Collyrium®

Tetryzoline

Cymevene®

Ganciclovir

 

 

 

 

(= tetrahydrozoline)

Cyomin®

Vitamin B12

 

 

 

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356

Drug Index

 

 

 

 

 

Cyprostat®

Cyproterone-acetate

Diamox®

Acetazolamide

 

 

Cytacon®

 

Cyanocobalamin

Diapid®

Lypressin

 

 

Cytamen®

 

Cyanocobalamin

Diaqua®

Hydrochlorothiazide

 

 

Cytomel®

 

Triiodthyronine

Diarsed®

Diphenoxylate

 

 

 

 

(= liothyronine)

Diastabol®

Miglitol

 

 

Cytomel®

 

Liothyronine

Diastat®

Diazepam

 

 

Cytosar®

 

Cytarabine

Dibenyline®

Phenoxybenzamine

 

 

Cytotec®

 

Misoprostol

Dibenzyline®

Phenoxybenzamine

 

 

Cytovene®

 

Ganciclovir

Diclocil®

Dicloxacillin

 

 

Cytoxan®

 

Cyclophosphamide

Diclophlogont®

Diclofenac

 

 

 

 

 

Diflucan®

Fluconazole

 

 

D

 

 

Digacin®

Digoxin

 

 

 

 

Digibind®

Digoxin immune FAB

 

 

 

 

 

Digicor®

Digitoxin

 

 

D.E.H.45®

 

Dihydroergotamine

Digimerck®

Digitoxin

 

 

Dagenan®

 

Sulfapyridine

Digitaline®

Digitoxin

 

 

Daktarin®

 

Miconazole

Dihydergot®

Dihydroergotamine

 

 

Dalacin®

 

Clindamycin

Dihyzin®

Dihydralazine

 

 

Dalcaine®

 

Lidocaine

Dilantin®

Phenytoin

 

 

Dalmane®

 

Flurazepam

Dilaudid®

Hydromorphone

 

 

Daneral®

 

Pheniramine

Dimaval®

Dimercaptopropane-

 

 

Dantrium®

Dantrolene

Dimetab®

sulfonic acid

 

 

Daonil®

 

Glibenclamide

Dimenhydrinate

 

 

 

 

(= glyburide)

Dinaplex®

Flunarizine

 

 

Daraprim®

Pyrimethamine

Diodronel®

Etidronate

 

 

Datril®

 

Acetaminophen

Dioval®

Estradiol-valerate

 

 

 

 

(= paracetamol)

Diovan®

Valsartan

 

 

Daunoblastin®

Daunorubicin

Diphenasone®

Dapsone

 

 

DDAVP®

 

Desmopressin

Diphos®

Etidronate

 

 

Decadron®

Dexamethasone

Diprivan®

Propofol

 

 

Deca-Durabolin®

Nandrolone

Dirythmin®

Disopyramide

 

 

Decapeptyl®

Triptorelin

Distaquaine V-K®

Pencillin V

 

 

Decapryn®

Doxylamine

Distraneurin®

Clomethiazole

 

 

Dedrogyl®

 

Calcifediol

Diuchlor®

Hydrochlorothiazide

 

 

Degest-2®

 

Naphazoline

Diumax®

Piretanide

 

 

Delapav®

 

Papaverine

Divarine®

Dipyrone

 

 

Delatestryl®

Testosterone enantate

Divegal®

Dihydroergotamine

 

 

Delestrogen®

Estradiol-valerate

Dixarit®

Clonidine

 

 

Delta-Cortef®

Prednisolone

Dizac®

Diazepam

 

 

Deltapen®

 

Penicillin G

Dobutrex®

Dobutamine

 

 

Deltastab®

Prednisolone

Dolantine®

Meperidine (pethidine)

 

 

Demerol®

 

Meperidine (pethidine)

Dolophine®

Methadone

 

 

Dendrid®

 

Idoxuridine

Domical®

Amitriptyline

 

 

Depakene®

Valproic acid

Donnagel-MB®

Kaolin + pectin

 

 

Depen®

 

D-Penicillamine

Dopamet®

(= attapulgite)

 

 

Deponit®

 

Nitroglycerin

Methyldopa

 

 

 

 

(glyceryl trinitrate)

Dopar®

Levodopa

 

 

Depo-Provera®

Medroxyprogesterone-

Dopastat®

Dopamine

 

 

 

 

acetate

Dopergin®

Lisuride

 

 

Deprenyl®

 

Selegeline

Doral®

Quazepam

 

 

Dermonistat®

Miconazole

Doryl®

Carbachol

 

 

Deronil®

 

Dexamethasone

Doryx®

Doxycycline

 

 

Deseril®

 

Methysergide

Dostinex®

Cabergoline

 

 

Desferal®

 

Deferoxamine

Dowmycin®

Erythromycin-estolate

 

 

Desoxyn®

 

Methamphetamine

Doxicin®

Doxycycline

 

 

Desuric®

 

Benzbromarone

Dramamine®

Dimenhydrinate

 

 

Desyrel®

 

Trazodone

Drisdol®

Vitamin D

 

 

Detensiel®

 

Bisoprolol

Drisdol®

Ergocalciferol

 

 

Detensol®

 

Propranolol

Dristan®

Oxymetazoline

 

 

DiaBeta®

 

Glibenclamide

Drogenil®

Flutamide

 

 

 

 

(= glyburide)

Droleptan®

Droperidol

 

 

Diabex®

 

Metformin

Droxia®

Hydroxyurea

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Droxomin®

Hydroxocobalamin

Enoxor®

Enoxacin

 

 

 

Dryptal®

Furosemide

Entocort EC®

Budesonide

 

 

 

D-Tabs®

Colecalciferol

Entromone®

Chorionic gonadotropin

 

Dulcolax®

(vitamin D3)

Entrophen®

(HCG)

 

 

 

Bisacodyl

Acetylsalicylic acid

 

 

 

Duoralith®

Lithium carbonate

Epanutin®

Phenytoin

 

 

 

Duphalac®

Lactulose

Epifin®

Epinephrine

 

 

 

Duracoron®

Molsidomine

Epimorph®

Morphine sulfate

 

 

 

Duralutin®

Hydroxyprogesterone

Epinal®

Epinephrine

 

 

 

 

caproate

EpiPen®

Epinephrine

 

 

 

Duramorph®

Morphine sulfate

Epitol®

Carbamazepine

 

 

 

Duratest®

Testosterone cypionate

Epitrate®

Epinephrine

 

 

 

Durazanil®

Bromazepam

Epivir®

Lamivudine

 

 

 

Durolax®

Bisacodyl

Epogen®

Erythropoietin

 

 

 

D-Vi-sol®

Vitamin D

 

(= epoetin alfa)

 

 

 

Dymenate®

Dimenhydrinate

Eporal®

Dapsone

 

 

 

DynaCirc®

Isradipine

Eprex®

Epoetin

 

 

 

Dynapen®

Dicloxacillin

Epsicapron®

ε-Aminocaproic acid

 

 

 

Dynaprin®

Imipramine

Ergocalm®

Lormetazepam

 

 

 

Dynastat®

Parecoxib

Ergomar®

Ergotamine

 

 

 

Dyneric®

Clomifene

Ergotrate Maleate®

Ergometrine

 

 

 

Dyrenium®

Triamterene

 

(= ergonovine)

 

 

 

Dyspamet®

Cimetidine

Eridan®

Diazepam

 

 

 

Dytac®

Triamterene

Ermalate®

Ergometrine

 

 

 

 

 

Erwinase®

(= ergonovine)

 

 

 

E

 

Asparaginase

 

 

 

 

Eryc®

Erythromcyin

 

 

 

 

 

Erymax®

Erythromcyin

 

 

 

E605®

Nitrostigmine

Erymycin®

Erythromycin-stearate

 

Ebastel®

Ebastine

Erythrocin®

Erythromycin-ethyl-

 

 

 

Econopred®

Prednisolone

Erythrocin®

succinate

 

 

 

Ecostatin®

Econazole

Erythromycin-stearate

 

Ecotrin®

Acetylsalicylic acid

Erythromid®

Erythromcyin

 

 

 

Edecrin®

Ethacrynic acid

Erythroped®

Erythromcyin

 

 

 

Edronax®

Reboxetine

Esidrix®

Hydrochlorothiazide

 

 

 

EES®

Erythromycin-ethyl-

Eskalith®

Lithium carbonate

 

 

 

 

succinate

Espotabs®

Phenolphthalein

 

 

 

Efedron®

Ephedrine

Estinyl®

Ethinylestradiol

 

 

 

Eferox®

Levothyroxine

Estrace®

Estradiol

 

 

 

Effectin®

Bitolterol

Ethrane®

Enflurane

 

 

 

Effexor®

Venlafaxine

Ethyl Adrianol®

Etilefrine

 

 

 

Effontil®

Etilefrine

Etibi®

Ethambutol

 

 

 

Effortil®

Etilefrine

Etopophos®

Etoposide

 

 

 

Effudex®

Fluorouracil

Euciton®

Domperidone

 

 

 

Effurix®

Fluorouracil

Eudemine®

Diazoxide

 

 

 

Elantan®

Isosorbide mononitrate

Euglucon®

Glibenclamide

 

 

 

Elavil®

Amitriptyline

Euhypnos®

(= glyburide)

 

 

 

Eldepryl®

Selegeline

Temazepam

 

 

 

Eligard®

Leuprolide (leuprorelin)

Eulexin®

Flutamide

 

 

 

Elimite®

Permethrin

Eunal®

Lisuride

 

 

 

Elixophyllin®

Theophylline

Euthyrox®

Levothyroxine

 

 

 

Eltroxin®

Thyroxine

Evac-U-gen®

Phenolphthalein

 

 

 

Emcor®

Bisoprolol

Evac-U-Lax®

Phenolphthalein

 

 

 

Emex®

Metoclopramide

Evastel®

Ebastine

 

 

 

E-mycin®

Erythromcyin

Everone®

Testosterone enantate

 

Enbrel®

Etanercept

Evipan®

Hexobarbital

 

 

 

Endak®

Carteolol

Evista®

Raloxifene

 

 

 

Endep®

Amitriptyline

Evoxin®

Domperidone

 

 

 

Endophleban®

Dihydroergotamine

Exanta®

Ximelagatran

 

 

 

Endoxan®

Cyclophosphamide

Exelon®

Rivastigmine

 

 

 

Enoram®

Enoxacin

Ex-Lax®

Phenolphthalein

 

 

 

Enovil®

Amitriptyline

 

 

 

 

 

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Fabrol®

Acetylcysteine

 

Factrel®

Gonadorelin

 

Falcigo®

Artesunate

 

Famvir®

Famciclovir

 

Fansidar®

Pyrimethamine +

 

Fansidar®

sulfadoxine

 

Sulfadoxine +

 

Farlutal®

pyrimethamine

 

Medroxyprogesterone-

 

Fasigyn(CH)®

acetate

 

Tinidazol

 

Faslodex®

Fulvestrant

 

Fastject®

Epinephrine

 

Fasturtec®

Rasburicase

 

Faverin®

Fluvoxamine

 

F-Cortef®

Fludrocortisone

 

Felbatol®

Felbamate

 

Femara®

Letrozole

 

Femazole®

Metronidazole

 

Feminone®

Ethinylestradiol

 

Femogex®

Estradiol-valerate

 

Femotrone®

Progesterone

 

Femovan®

Gestoden + ethinyl-

 

Fenbid®

estradiol

 

Ibuprofen

 

Fenestil®

Dimetindene

 

Fertodur®

Cyclofenil

 

Feverall®

Dipyrone

 

Fiblaferon 3®

Interferon beta

 

Fibocil®

Aprindine

 

Fiboran®

Aprindine

 

Flagyl®

Metronidazole

 

Flavoquine®

Amodiaquine

 

Fletcher’s Castoria®

Senna

 

Flixonase®

Fluticasone

 

Flomax®

Tamsulosin

 

Flonase®

Fluticasone

 

Florinef®

Fludrocortisone

 

Flovent®

Fluticasone

 

Floxapen®

Flucloxacillin

 

Floxifral®

(floxacilline)

 

Fluvoxamine

 

Fluagel®

Aluminum hydroxide

 

Fluctin®

Fluoxetine

 

Flugeral®

Flunarizine

 

Fluothane®

Halothane

 

Foldine®

Folic acid

 

Folex®

Methotrexate

 

Follutein®

Chorionic

 

Folvite®

gonadotropin (HCG)

 

Folic acid

 

Fontego®

Bumetanide

 

Foradil®

Formoterol

 

Forane®

Isoflurane

 

Fordiuran®

Bumetanide

 

Fortaz®

Ceftazidime

 

Forteo®

Teriparatide

 

Fortovase®

Saquinavir

 

Fortral®

Pentazocine

Fortum®

Ceftazidime

Fosamax®

Alendronate

Foscavir®

Foscarnet

Fragmin®

Dalteparin

Fragmin®

Heparin, low molecular

Fraxiparin®

Heparin, low molecular

Frisium®

Clobazam

Fulcin®

Griseofulvin

Fulvicin®

Griseofulvin

Fungilin®

Amphotericin B

Fungizone®

Amphotericin B

Fusid®

Furosemide

Fuzeon®

Enfuvirtide

G

Gabitril®

Tiagabine

Gabren(e)®

Progabide

Gamazole®

Sulfamethoxazole

Ganal®

Fenfluramine

Ganphen®

Promethazine

Gantanol®

Sulfamethoxazole

Gantrisin®

Sulfisoxazole

Garamycin®

Gentamicin

Gardenal®

Phenobarbital

Gas.X®

Simethicone

Gastrozepin®

Pirenzepine

Gelafundin®

Gelatin-colloids

Gengraf®

Ciclosporin

Genna®

(= cyclosporine A)

Senna

Genotropin®

Somatotropin

Genticin®

Gentamicin

Gentle Nature®

Senna

Geodon®

Ziprasidone

Geopen®

Carbenicillin

Germanin®

Suramine

Gestafortin®

Chlormadinone acetate

Gesterol L.A.®

Hydroxyprogesterone

Gestone®

caproate

Progesterone

GHRH-Ferring®

Somatorelin

Gilurytmal®

Ajmaline

Gladem®

Sertraline

Glauconex®

Befunolol

Glaupax®

Acetazolamide

Glivec®

Imatinib

Glucophage®

Metformin

Granocyte®

Lenograstim (G-CSF)

Grisovin®

Griseofulvin

Gubernal®

Alprenolol

Gulfasin®

Sulfisoxazole

Gumbix®

Aminomethylbenzoic

Gyne-Lotrimin®

acid

Clotrimazole

Gynergen®

Ergotamine

Gyno-Pevaryl®

Econazole

Gyno-Travogen®

Isoconazole

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H

Haemaccel®

Gelatin-colloids

Halcion®

Triazolam

Haldol®

Haloperidol

Halfan®

Halofantrine

Hamarin®

Allopurinol

Hemineurin®

Clomethiazole

Hepalean®

Heparin

Hepsal®

Heparin

Herceptin®

Trastuzumab

Herpid®

Idoxuridine

Herplex®

Idoxuridine

Hespan®

Hetastarch (HES)

Hespan®

Hydroxyethyl starch

Hetrazan®

Diethylcarbamazepine

Hexa-Betalin®

Vitamin B6

Hexa-Betalin®

Pyridoxine

Hexadrol®

Dexamethasone

Hexit®

Lindane

Hibanil®

Chlorpromazine

Hidroferol®

Calcifediol

Hismanal®

Astemizole

Hivid®

Zalcitabine

Homapin®

Homatropine

Honvol®

Diethylstilbestrol

Humalog®

Insulin

Humatin®

Paromomycin

Humira®

Adalimumab

Humulin®

Insulin

Hybalamine®

Hydroxocobalamin

Hybolin Decanoate®

Nandrolone

Hycamtin®

Topotecan

Hydeltrasol®

Prednisolone

Hyderm®

Hydrocortisone (cortisol)

Hydrea®

Hydroxyurea

Hydromal®

Hydrochlorothiazide

Hydromedin®

Ethacrynic acid

Hydrosaluric®

Hydrochlorothiazide

Hydrotricin®

Tyrothricin

Hygroton®

Chlorthalidone

Hylutin®

Hydroxyprogesterone

Hymorphan®

caproate

Hydromorphone

Hyocort®

Hydrocortisone (cortisol)

Hyperstat®

Diazoxide

Hypertensin®

Angiotensinamide

Hypertil®

Captopril

Hypnomidate®

Etomidate

Hypnosedon®

Flunitrazepam

Hypnovel®

Midazolam

Hypovase®

Prazosin

Hyroxon®

Hydroxyprogesterone

Hyskon®

caproate

Dextran

Hytrin®

Terazosin

I

Ifex®

Ifosfamide

Iktorivil®

Clonazepam

Iletin®

Insulin

 

Ilomedin®

Iloprost

 

Ilosone®

Erythromycin-estolate

 

Ilosone®

Erythromcyin

 

Imbrilon®

Indometacin

 

Imdur®

Isosorbide mononitrate

 

Imitrex®

Sumatriptan

 

Imodium®

Loperamide

 

Imovane®

Zopiclone

 

Importal®

Lactitol

 

Impril®

Imipramine

 

Imuran®

Azathioprine

 

Imurek®

Azathioprine

 

Inapsine®

Droperidol

 

Inderal®

Propranolol

 

Indocid®

Indometacin

 

Indocin®

Indometacin

 

Indomee®

Indometacin

 

Indomod®

Indometacin

 

Inflamase®

Prednisolone

 

Infumorph®

Morphine sulfate

 

Inhibace®

Cilazapril

 

Inhiston®

Pheniramine

 

Innovace®

Enalapril/enalaprilat

 

Innovar®

Fentanyl + droperidol

 

Inocor®

Amrinone

 

Insommal®

Diphenhydramine

 

Intal®

Cromoglycate (cromolyn)

 

Integriline®

Eptifibatide

 

Intron A®

Interferon alfa-2b

 

Intropin®

Dopamine

 

Invirase®

Saquinavir

 

I-Pilopine®

Pilocarpine

 

Ipral®

Trimethoprim

 

Isicom®

Carbidopa + levodopa

 

Ismelin®

Guanethidine

 

Ismo®

Isosorbide mononitrate

 

Isocaine®

Mepivacaine

 

Isocillin®

Phenoxybenzylpenicillin

 

Isoket®

Isosorbide dinitrate

 

Isoptin®

Verapamil

 

Isopto-Carpine®

Pilocarpine

 

Isordil®

Isosorbide dinitrate

 

Isotamine®

Isoniazid

 

Isoten®

Bisoprolol

 

Isotol®

Mannitol

 

Isotrate®

Isosorbide mononitrate

 

Isuprel®

Isoprenaline

 

Itracol®

(= isoproterenol)

 

Itraconazole

 

Itrop®

Ipratropium

 

J

Janimine®

Imipramine

Jexin®

Tubocurarine

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K

 

 

 

 

 

Lembrol®

Diazepam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lendorm(A)®

Brotizolam

 

 

 

 

 

 

®

Streptokinase

Lendormin®

Brotizolam

 

 

Kabikinase

Lenoxin®

Digoxin

 

 

Kabolin®

 

Nandrolone

 

 

Kadian

®

 

 

Morphine sulfate

Lentin®

Carbachol

 

 

®

 

Lentizol®

Amitriptyline

 

 

Kaletra

 

Lopinavir

 

 

 

 

®

Lescol®

Fluvastatin

 

 

 

 

 

Kanamycin

 

 

Kannasyn

 

Leucomax®

Molgramostim

 

 

 

 

 

®

 

Canrenone

 

 

Kanrenol

 

Leucovorin®

Folic acid

 

 

Kantrex

®

 

Kanamycin

 

 

 

 

®

Leukeran®

Chlorambucil

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kaolin + pectin

 

 

Kaopectate

Leukomycin®

Chloramphenicol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(= attapulgite)

 

 

Kaopectate II®

Levate®

Amitriptyline

 

 

Loperamide

®

 

 

 

 

Calcitonin

Levatol®

Penbutolol

 

 

Karil

 

 

 

 

Levitra®

Vardenafil

®

 

 

 

Cefalexin

 

 

Keflex

 

 

 

 

Levophed®

Norepinephrine

®

 

 

 

Cefalexin

 

 

Keftab

 

 

 

®

 

(noradrenaline)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chloramphenicol

 

 

 

Kemicetine

Levoprome®

Methotrimeprazine

 

 

 

 

 

®

 

Triamcinolone

 

 

Kenacort

 

Lexotan®

Bromazepam

 

 

 

 

®

 

Triamcinolone acetonide

 

 

Kenalog

®

 

Librium®

Chlordiazepoxide

 

 

 

 

 

 

Triamcinolone acetonide

 

 

Kenalone

 

Lidifen®

Ibuprofen

 

 

Kerecid®

 

Idoxuridine

 

 

 

®

 

Betaxolol

Lidopen®

Lidocaine

 

 

Kerlone

 

®

 

Likuden®

Griseofulvin

 

 

Kertasin

 

Etilefrine

 

 

 

 

Lincocin®

Lincomycin

 

 

Kestine®

 

Ebastine

 

 

 

®

 

Ketamine

Lingraine

 

 

 

Ketalar

 

 

®

 

Medihaler®

Ergotamine

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prednisolone

 

 

Key-Pred

 

Lioresal®

Baclofen

 

 

 

 

®

 

Quinidine

 

 

Kiditard

 

 

Lipitor®

Atorvastatin

 

 

 

®

 

Anakinra

 

 

Kineret

 

 

 

Lipo-Merz®

Etofibrate

 

 

Kinidin®

 

Quinidine

®

 

 

Kanamycin

Lipostat®

Pravastatin

 

 

Klebcil

 

 

 

 

Liquamar®

Phenprocoumon

 

®

 

 

 

 

Tolonium chloride

 

 

Klot

 

 

®

Liquemin®

Heparin

 

 

 

 

 

Phytomenadione

 

 

Konakion

®

Lisino®

Loratadine

 

 

Korostatin

Nystatin

 

 

 

Liskonum®

Lithium carbonate

 

 

 

 

 

®

Gonadorelin

 

 

Kryptocur

 

Litec®

Pizotifen = pizotyline

 

®

 

 

 

 

Lindane

 

 

Kwell

 

 

®

Lithane®

Lithium carbonate

 

 

 

 

 

Lindane

 

 

Kwilldane

 

Lithobid®

Lithium carbonate

 

 

Kytril®

 

 

 

 

Granisetron

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lithotabs®

Lithium carbonate

 

 

L

 

 

 

 

 

Lixil®

Bumetanide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Loceryl®

Amorolfin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lomotil®

Diphenoxylate

 

 

Lacril®

 

 

 

 

Methylcellulose

Longum®

Sulfalen

 

 

Ladropen®

Flucloxacillin

Loniten®

Minoxidil

 

 

Lamiazid®

 

(floxacilline)

Looser®

Bupranolol

 

 

 

Isoniazid

Lopid®

Gemfibrozil

 

 

Lamictal®

 

Lamotrigine

Lopirin®

Captopril

 

 

Lampren®

 

Clofazimine

Lopressor®

Metoprolol

 

 

Lanacillin®

Penicillin G

Loramet®

Lormetazepam

 

 

Lanacillin-VK®

Pencillin V

Loraz®

Lorazepam

 

 

Lanicor®

 

Digoxin

Lorinal®

Chloral hydrate

 

 

Lanoxin®

 

Digoxin

Losec®

Omeprazole

 

 

Lantus®

 

 

 

Insulin glargine

Lotensin®

Benazepril

 

 

Lanzor®

 

 

Lansoprazole

Lovelco®

Probucol

 

 

Largactil®

 

Chlorpromazine

Lovenox®

Enoxaparin

 

 

Lariam®

 

 

Mefloquine

Ludiomil®

Maprotiline

 

 

Larodopa®

 

Levodopa

Lumigan®

Bimatoprost

 

 

Lasix®

 

 

 

 

Furosemide

Lupron®

Leuprolide (leuprorelin)

 

 

Lasma®

 

 

 

Theophylline

Luvox®

Fluvoxamine

 

 

Laxabene®

Bisacodyl

Lyclear®

Permethrin

 

 

Laxanin®

 

Bisacodyl

Lynoral®

Ethinylestradiol

 

 

Lectopam®

Bromazepam

Lyophrin®

Epinephrine

 

 

Ledercillin VK®

Pencillin V

Lysenyl®

Lisuride

 

 

Ledercort®

Triamcinolone

 

 

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M

 

Mevaril®

Amitriptyline

 

 

 

Macrobin®

 

Mevinacor®

Lovastatin

 

 

 

Clostebol

Mexate®

Methotrexate

 

 

 

Madopar®

Levodopa + benserazide

Mexitil®

Mexiletin

 

 

 

Malarone®

Atoquavone + proguanil

Mezlin®

Mezlocillin

 

 

 

Mallergan®

Promethazine

Micardis®

Telmisartan

 

 

 

Marcumar®

Phenprocoumon

Micatin®

Miconazole

 

 

 

Marevan®

Warfarin

Micronase®

Glibenclamide

 

 

 

Marinol®

Dronabinol

 

(= glyburide)

 

 

 

Marmine®

Dimenhydrinate

Micronor®

Norethindrone

 

 

 

Marvelon®

Desogestrel +

Midamor®

(norethisterone)

 

 

 

Mavik®

ethinylestradiol

Amiloride

 

 

 

Trandolapril

Mielucin®

Busulfan

 

 

 

Maxalt®

Rizatriptan

Mifegyne®

Mifepristone

 

 

 

Maxeran®

Metoclopramide

Migril®

Ergotamine

 

 

 

Maxidex®

Dexamethasone

Minipress®

Prazosin

 

 

 

Maxolan®

Metoclopramide

Minirin®

Desmopressin

 

 

 

Maxtrex®

Methotrexate

Minprog®

Alprostadil (= PGE1)

 

 

 

Mazepine®

Carbamazepine

Minprostin F2α®

Dinoprost

 

 

 

Mectizam®

Ivermectin

Mintezol®

Thiabendazole

 

 

 

Megacillin®

Penicillin G

Miocarpine®

Pilocarpine

 

 

 

Megacillin®

Phenoxybenzylpenicillin

Miostat®

Carbachol

 

 

 

Megaphen®

Chlorpromazine

Mistamine®

Mizolastine

 

 

 

Megestat®

Megestrol

Mitosan®

Busulfan

 

 

 

Melarsen Oxide-

 

Mitoxana®

Ifosfamide

 

 

 

BAL®

Melarsoprol

Mivacron®

Mivacurium

 

 

 

MelB®

Melarsoprol

Mizollen®

Mizolastine

 

 

 

Melipramin®

Imipramine

Mobenol®

Tolbutamide

 

 

 

Menogon®

Menotropin

Mobic®

Meloxicam

 

 

 

Menophase®

Mestranol

Modane®

Phenolphthalein

 

 

 

Mepron®

Atoquavone

Moditen®

Fluphenazine

 

 

 

Mercazol®

Methimazole

Moduret®

Amiloride +

 

 

 

Mercuval®

(thiamazole)

Mogadon®

hydrochlorothiazide

 

 

 

Dimercaptopropane-

Nitrazepam

 

 

 

Mesacal®

sulfonic acid

Molsidolat®

Molsidomine

 

 

 

Mesalamine (mesalazine)

Monistat®

Miconazole

 

 

 

Mesnex®

Mesna

Monitan®

Acebutolol

 

 

 

Mestinon®

Pyridostigmine

Monocor®

Bisoprolol

 

 

 

Metacen®

Indometacin

Monodox®

Doxycycline

 

 

 

Metahydrin®

Trichlormethiazide

Monomycin®

Erythromycin-succinate

 

Metalone®

Prednisolone

Monopril®

Fosinopril

 

 

 

Metalyse®

Tenecteplase

Monotrim®

Trimethoprim

 

 

 

Metandren®

Methyltestosterone

Moronal®

Amphotericin B

 

 

 

Metaprel®

Metaproterenol

Morphitec®

Morphine hydrochloride

 

Metenarin®

(orciprenaline)

Mosegor®

Pizotifen = pizotyline

 

Methylergometrine

Motilium®

Domperidone

 

 

 

Meteosan®

(methylergonovine)

Motrin®

Ibuprofen

 

 

 

Dimeticone

Moxacin®

Amoxicillin

 

 

 

Methadose®

Methadone

MSIR®

Morphine sulfate

 

 

 

Methampex®

Methamphetamine

MST Continus®

Morphine

 

 

 

Methanoxanol®

Sulfamethoxazole

Mucomyst®

Acetylcysteine

 

 

 

Methergine®

Methylergometrine

Mucosolvan®

Ambroxol

 

 

 

Methofane®

(methylergonovine)

Murine®

Tetryzoline

 

 

 

Methoxyflurane

 

(= tetrahydrozoline)

 

 

 

Methylergobrevin®

Methylergometrine

Murocel®

Methylcellulose

 

 

 

Meticorten®

(methylergonovine)

Mustargen®

Mechlorethamine

 

 

 

Prednisone

Mutabase®

Diazoxide

 

 

 

Metilon®

Dipyrone

Myambutol®

Ethambutol

 

 

 

Metreton®

Prednisolone

Mycelex®

Clotrimazole

 

 

 

Metronid®

Metronidazole

Mycifradin®

Neomycin

 

 

 

Mevacor®

Lovastatin

Myciguent®

Neomycin

 

 

 

Meval®

Diazepam

Mycobutin®

Rifabutin

 

 

 

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Mycospor®

Bifonazole

Nitrocap®

 

Mycosporan®

Bifonazole

 

 

Mycostatin®

Nystatin

Nitrogard®

 

Myidone®

Primidone

 

 

Mykinac®

Nystatin

Nitronal®

 

Myleran®

Busulfan

 

 

Mylicon®

Simethicone

Nitropress®

 

Myobid®

Papaverine

Nivaquine®

 

Myobloc®

Botulinum toxin type B

Nivemycin®

 

Mysoline®

Primidone

Nix®

 

Nacom®

Carbidopa + levodopa

Nizoral®

 

 

 

Noan®

 

N

 

Nocinan®

 

 

Noctamid®

 

Nadopen-V®

Pencillin V

Noctec®

 

Nogram®

 

Naftin®

Naftifin

Nolvadex®

 

Nalador®

Sulprostone

Norcuron®

 

Nalcrom®

Cromoglycate

Nordox®

 

Nalorex®

(Cromolyn)

Noriday®

 

Naltrexone

 

 

Naprelan®

Naproxen

Norlutin®

 

Napron®

Naproxen

 

 

Naprosyn®

Naproxen

Normiflo®

 

Naqua®

Trichlormethiazide

Normison®

 

Naramig®

Naratriptan

Normodyne®

 

Narcan®

Naloxone

Normurat®

 

Narcaricin®

Benzbromarone

Noroxin®

 

Narcozep®

Flunitrazepam

Norpace®

 

Narkotan®

Halothane

Norpramin®

 

Nasalide®

Flunisolide

Norprolac®

 

Nautamine®

Diphenhydramine

Nor-Q D®

 

Nauzelin®

Domperidone

 

 

Navoban®

Tropisetron

Norquen®

 

Naxen®

Naproxen

Norvasc®

 

Nebcin®

Tobramycin

Norvir®

 

Nefaclar®

Nefazodone

Novalgin®

 

Negram®

Nalidixic acid

Novamin®

 

Nemasol Sodium®

4-Aminosalicylic acid

Novamoxin®

 

Nembutal®

Pentobarbital

Novarectal®

 

Neo-Codema®

Hydrochlorothiazide

Novocaine®

 

Neo Epinin®

Isoprenaline

Novoclopate®

 

Neo-Mercazole®

(= isoproterenol)

Novodigoxin®

 

Carbimazole

Novolin®

 

Neoral®

Ciclosporin

Novolog®

 

Neo-Synephrine®

(= cyclosporine A)

Novomedopa®

 

Oxymetazoline

NovoNorm®

 

Neosynephrine II®

Xylometazoline

Novopen-VK®

 

Neo-Thyreostat®

Carbimazole

Novopurol®

 

Nepresol®

Dihydralazine

Novorythro®

 

Netillin®

Netilmicin

Novotrimel®

 

Netromycin®

Netilmicin

Nubain®

 

Neupogen®

Filgrastim

Nu-Cal®

 

NeuroBloc®

Botulinum toxin type B

Nuelin®

 

Neurontin®

Gabapentin

Nulicaine®

 

Nexium®

Esomeprazole

Nuprin®

 

Niclocide®

Niclosamide

Nuromax®

 

Nigalax®

Bisacodyl

Nydrazid®

 

Nilstat®

Nystatin

Nystan®

 

Nilurid®

Amiloride

Nystex®

 

Nimotop®

Nimodipine

Nytilax®

 

Nipride®

Nitroprusside sodium

 

Nitroglycerin (glyceryl trinitrate) Nitroglycerin (glyceryl trinitrate) Nitroglycerin (glyceryl trinitrate) Nitroprusside sodium Chloroquine Neomycin Permethrin Ketoconazol Diazepam Methotrimeprazine Lormetazepam Chloral hydrate Nalidixic acid Tamoxifen Vecuronium Doxycycline Norethindrone (norethisterone) Norethindrone (norethisterone) Ardeparin Temazepam Labetalol Benzbromarone Norfloxacin Disopyramide Desipramine Quinagolide Norethindrone (norethisterone) Mestranol Amlodipine Ritonavir

Dipyrone

Amikacin

Amoxicillin

Pentobarbital Procaine Clorazepate Digoxin Insulin Insulin aspart Methyldopa Repaglinide Pencillin V Allopurinol

Erythromycin-estolate Co-trimoxazole Nalbuphine

Calcium carbonate Theophylline Lidocaine Ibuprofen Doxacurium Isoniazid Nystatin

Nystatin

Senna

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O

 

Parsitol®

Ethopropazine

 

 

 

Octapressin®

Felypressin

Partergin®

Methylergometrine

 

 

 

 

(methylergonovine)

 

 

 

Octostim®

Desmopressin

Partusisten®

Fenoterol

 

 

 

Oculinum®

Botulinum toxin type A

Parvolex®

Acetylcysteine

 

 

 

Ocupress®

Carteolol

Pathocil®

Dicloxacillin

 

 

 

Ocusert®

Pilocarpine

Pavabid®

Papaverine

 

 

 

Olbemox®

Acipimox

Pavadur®

Papaverine

 

 

 

Olbetam®

Acipimox

Paveral®

Codeine

 

 

 

Omifin®

Clomifene

Pavulon®

Pancuronium

 

 

 

Omnipen®

Ampicillin

Paxil®

Paroxetine

 

 

 

Oncovin®

Vincristine

Pectokay®

Kaolin + pectin

 

 

 

Ondena®

Daunorubicin

 

(= attapulgite)

 

 

 

Ondogyne®

Cyclofenil

Pediapred®

Prednisolone

 

 

 

Ondonid®

Cyclofenil

Pemavit®

Vitamin B12

 

 

 

Opticrom®

Cromoglycate (cromolyn)

Penapar VK®

Pencillin V

 

 

 

Optipranolol®

Metipranolol

Penapar-VK®

Pencillin V

 

 

 

Oragest®

Medroxyprogesterone-

Penbec-V®

Pencillin V

 

 

 

Oramide®

acetate

Penbritin®

Ampicillin

 

 

 

Tolbutamide

Pensorb®

Penicillin G

 

 

 

Oramorph®

Morphine

Pentacarinat®

Pentamidine

 

 

 

Orasone®

Prednisone

Pentanca®

Pentobarbital

 

 

 

Oretic®

Hydrochlorothiazide

Pentasa®

Mesalamine (mesalazine)

 

Orgalutran®

Ganirelix

Pentazine®

Promethazine

 

 

 

Orgametril®

Lynestrenol

Penthrane®

Methoxyflurane

 

 

 

Orgaran®

Danaparoid

Pentids®

Penicillin G

 

 

 

Orinase®

Tolbutamide

Pentostam®

Stibogluconate sodium

 

Orthoclone OKT3®

Muromonab-CD3

Pentothal®

Thiopental

 

 

 

Osmitrol®

Mannitol

Pen-VEE K®

Pencillin V

 

 

 

Ossiten®

Clodronate

Pepcid®

Famotidine

 

 

 

Ostac®

Clodronate

Pepdul®

Famotidine

 

 

 

Otrivin®

Xylometazoline

Pepto-Bismol®

Bismuth subsalicylate

 

O-V Statin®

Nystatin

Peptol®

Cimetidine

 

 

 

Ovastol®

Mestranol

Pergotime®

Clomifene

 

 

 

Oxi®

Formoterol

Peridon®

Domperidone

 

 

 

Oxistat®

Oxiconazole

Periostat®

Doxycycline

 

 

 

Oxpam®

Oxazepam

Permanone®

Permethrin

 

 

 

 

 

Permapen®

Penicillin G

 

 

 

P

 

Permax®

Pergolide

 

 

 

 

Pertofran®

Desipramine

 

 

 

 

 

Pethidine®

Meperidine

 

 

 

Paludrine®

Proguanil

Petinimid®

Ethosuximide

 

 

 

Pamba®

Aminomethylbenzoic

Pevaryl®

Econazole

 

 

 

 

acid

Pfizerpen VK®

Pencillin V

 

 

 

Pamelor®

Nortriptyline

Pfizerpin®

Penicillin G

 

 

 

Panadol®

Acetaminophen

Phazyme®

Simethicone

 

 

 

 

(= paracetamol)

Phenazine®

Promethazine

 

 

 

Panasol®

Prednisone

Phenergan®

Promethazine

 

 

 

Panimit®

Bupranolol

Physeptone®

Methadone

 

 

 

Panwarfin®

Warfarin

Pilokair®

Pilocarpine

 

 

 

Papacon®

Papaverine

Pipracil®

Piperacillin

 

 

 

Paralgin®

Dipyrone

Pitocin®

Oxytocin

 

 

 

Paraplatin®

Carboplatin

Pitressin®

Vasopressin

 

 

 

Parathion®

Nitrostigmine

Plaquenil®

Hydroxychloroquine

 

 

 

Paraxin®

Chloramphenicol

Plasmotrim®

Artesunate

 

 

 

Parcillin®

Penicillin G

Platet®

Acetylsalicylic acid

 

 

 

Paregoric®

Opium tincture

Platinex®

Cisplatin

 

 

 

 

(laudanum)

Platinol®

Cisplatin

 

 

 

Pariet®

Rabeprazole

Plavix®

Clopidogrel

 

 

 

Parlodel®

Bromocriptine

Plendil®

Felodipine

 

 

 

Parnate®

Tranylcypromine

Polamidon®

Levomethadone

 

 

 

Parsitan®

Ethopropazine

Polycillin®

Ampicillin

 

 

 

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Ponderal®

Fenfluramine

Prophasi®

 

Ponderax®

Fenfluramine

 

 

 

Pondimin®

Fenfluramine

Propulsid

 

Pontocaine®

Tetracaine

(discontinued)®

 

POR 8®

Ornipressin

Propyl-Thyracil®

 

Pradin®

Repaglinide

Prorex®

 

 

Pravachol®

Pravastatin

Proscar®

 

 

Pravidel®

Bromocriptine

Prostaphlin®

 

Precose®

Acarbose

Prostarmon®

 

Predate®

Prednisolone

Prostigmin®

 

Predcor®

Prednisolone

Prostin E2®

 

Predenema®

Prednisolone

Prostin F2 Alpha,®

 

Predfoam®

Prednisolone

Prostin VR®

 

Prednesol®

Prednisolone

Protonix®

 

Preferid®

Budesonide

ProtopamChloride®

 

Pregnesin®

Chorionic gonadotropin

Protostat®

 

 

(HCG)

Protrin®

 

 

Pregnyl®

Chorionic gonadotropin

Provas®

 

 

 

(HCG)

Pro-Vent®

 

Prelone®

Prednisolone

Provera®

 

 

Prenalex®

Tertatolol

 

 

 

Prepidil®

Dinoprostone

Provigan®

 

Presinol®

Methyldopa

Proviron®

 

Pressunic®

Dihydralazine

Prozac®

 

 

Prevacid®

Lansoprazole

Prulet®

 

 

Prevalite®

Cholestyramine

Pulmicort®

 

Priadel®

Lithium carbonate

Pulsamin®

 

Primabolan®

Metenolone

Purinethol®

 

Primaquine®

Primaquine

Purodigin®

 

Primolut Depo®

Hydroxyprogesterone

Pyopen®

 

 

 

caproate

Pyrilax®

 

 

Primolut N®

Norethindrone

Pyronoval®

 

 

(norethisterone)

Pyroxine®

 

Primperan®

Metoclopramide

Pyroxine®

 

Principen®

Ampicillin

 

 

 

Prinivil®

Lisinopril

Q

 

 

Privine®

Naphazoline

 

 

Probalan®

Probenecid

 

 

 

Procan SR®

Procainamide

®

®

Nifedipine

Quelicin

 

 

Procardia®

Quellada®

 

Procorum

Gallopamil

Questran

®

 

Procrit®

Erythropoietin

®

 

 

(= epoetin alfa)

Quibron-T

®

Quinachlor®

 

Procytox ®

Cyclophosphamide

Quinalan®

 

Pro-Depo

Hydroxyprogesterone

Quinaminoph®

®

caproate

Quinamm®

 

Progestasert

Progesterone

®

 

 

Proglicem®

Diazoxide

Quine

®

®

Tacrolimus

Quinidex

 

 

Prograf

®

 

 

Progynon®

Estradiol-benzoate

Quinite ®

®

Estradiol-valerate

Quinora

 

 

Progynova

®

 

 

Prolixan®

Azapropazone

Qvar

 

 

Prolixin®

Fluphenazine

 

 

 

Prolopa®

Levodopa + benserazide

R

 

 

Proloprim®

Trimethoprim

 

 

Prometh®

Promethazine

 

 

 

Promine®

Procainamide

Rapamune®

 

Pronestyl®

Procainamide

Rapilysin®

 

Propaderm®

Beclometasone

Rastinon®

 

Propasa®

Mesalamine (mesalazine)

Rebetol®

 

 

Propecia®

Finasteride

Rebif®

 

 

 

 

Reclomide®

Chorionic gonadotropin (HCG)

Cisapride Propylthiouracil Promethazine Finasteride Oxacillin Dinoprost Neostigmine Dinoprostone Dinoprost Alprostadil (= PGE1) Pantoprazole Pralidoxime Metronidazole Co-trimoxazole Valsartan Theophylline

Medroxyprogesteroneacetate

Promethazine

Mesterolone

Fluoxetine Phenolphthalein Budesonide Etilefrine Mercaptopurine Digitoxin Carbenicillin Bisacodyl Acetylsalicylic acid Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine

Succinylcholine

Lindane

Cholestyramine

Theophylline

Chloroquine

Quinidine

Quinine

Quinine

Quinine

Quinidine

Quinine

Quinidine

Beclometasone

Sirolimus

Reteplase

Tolbutamide Ribavirin Interferon beta-1a Metoclopramide

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Recormon®

Epoetin

RU 486®

Mifepristone

 

 

 

Rectocort®

Hydrocortisone (cortisol)

Rubesol®

Vitamin B12

 

 

 

Redisol®

Vitamin B12

Rubion®

Cyanocobalamin

 

 

 

Reductil®

Sibutramine

Rubramin®

Cyanocobalamin

 

 

 

Redux®

Fenfluramine

Rulid®

Roxithromycin

 

 

 

Refludan®

Lepirudin

Ryegonovin®

Methylergometrine

 

 

 

Refobacin®

Gentamicin

 

(methylergonovine)

 

 

 

Regaine®

Minoxidil

Rynacrom®

Cromoglycate (cromolyn)

 

Regitin®

Phentolamine

Rythmodan®

Disopyramide

 

 

 

Reglan®

Metoclopramide

 

 

 

 

 

Regonol®

Pyridostigmine

S

 

 

 

 

Rehibin®

Cyclofenil

 

 

 

 

Relefact®

Gonadorelin

 

 

 

 

 

Relenza®

Zanamivir

S.A.S.-500®

Salazosulfapyridine

 

 

 

Relpax®

Eletriptan

 

(sulfasalazine)

 

 

 

Remergil®

Mirtazepine

Sabril®

Vigabatrin

 

 

 

Remeron SolTab®

Mirtazepine

Saizen®

Somatotropin

 

 

 

Remicade®

Infliximab

Salazopyrin®

Salazosulfapyridine

 

 

 

Reminyl®

Galantamine

 

(sulfasalazine)

 

 

 

Remsed®

Promethazine

Saltucin®

Butizid

 

 

 

Reomax®

Ethacrynic acid

Sandimmune®

Ciclosporin

 

 

 

ReoPro®

Abciximab

 

(= cyclosporine A)

 

 

 

ReQuip®

Ropinirole

Sandomigran®

Pizotifen = pizotyline

 

Rescriptor®

Delavirdine

Sandostatin®

Octreotide

 

 

 

Rescudose®

Morphine sulfate

Sandril®

Reserpine

 

 

 

Restandol®

Testosterone

Sang-35®

Ciclosporin

 

 

 

Restoril®

Temazepam

 

(= cyclosporine A)

 

 

 

Retardin®

Diphenoxylate

SangCya,®

Ciclosporin

 

 

 

Retrovir®

Zidovudine

 

(= cyclosporine A)

 

 

 

Revasc®

Desirudin

Sanocrisin®

Cyclofenil

 

 

 

Reverin®

Rolitetracycline

Sansert®

Methysergide

 

 

 

Rezipas®

Mesalamine (mesalazine)

Satric®

Metronidazole

 

 

 

Rezulin®

Troglitazone

Saventrine®

Isoprenaline

 

 

 

Rheumox®

Azapropazone

 

(= isoproterenol)

 

 

 

Rhinalar®

Flunisolide

Scabene®

Lindane

 

 

 

Rhinocort®

Budesonide

Scopoderm TTS®

Scopolamine

 

 

 

Rhumalgan®

Diclofenac

Sebcur®

Salicylic acid

 

 

 

Rhythmin®

Procainamide

Sectral®

Acebutolol

 

 

 

Rhythmol®

Propafenone

Securon®

Verapamil

 

 

 

Riamet®

Artemether +

Securopen®

Azlocillin

 

 

 

Ridaura®

lumefantrine

Seguril®

Furosemide

 

 

 

Auranofin

Seldane®

Terfenadine

 

 

 

Rifadin®

Rifampin (rifampicin)

Selectol®

Celiprolol

 

 

 

Rimactan®

Rifampin (rifampicin)

Sembrina®

Methyldopa

 

 

 

Rimifon®

Isoniazid

Sempera®

Itraconazole

 

 

 

Rinatec®

Ipratropium

Senokot®

Senna

 

 

 

Riopan®

Magaldrate

Senolax®

Senna

 

 

 

Risperdal®

Risperidone

Sepram®

Citalopram

 

 

 

Rivotril®

Clonazepam

Septra®

Co-trimoxazole

 

 

 

Rize®

Clotiazepam

Serax®

Oxazepam

 

 

 

Robicillin-VK®

Pencillin V

Serenace®

Haloperidol

 

 

 

Rocaltrol®

Calcitriol

Serevent®

Sameterol

 

 

 

Rocephin®

Ceftriaxone

Serlect®

Sertindole*

 

 

 

Roferon A3®

Interferon alpha-2a

Sernyl®

Phencyclidine

 

 

 

Rogaine®

Minoxidil

Seromycin®

Cycloserine

 

 

 

Rogitin®

Phentolamine

Serono-Bagren®

Bromocriptine

 

 

 

Rohypnol®

Flunitrazepam

Serophene®

Clomifene

 

 

 

Romazicon®

Flumazenil

Serpalan®

Reserpine

 

 

 

Roniacol®

Pyridylcarbinol

Serpasil®

Reserpine

 

 

 

Ronicol®

Pyridylcarbinol

Sertan®

Primidone

 

 

 

Rowasa®

Mesalamine (mesalazine)

Serzone®

Nefazodone

 

 

 

Roxanol®

Morphine sulfate

Sevorane®

Sevoflurane

 

 

 

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Sexovid®

 

Cyclofenil

Stresson®

Bunitrolol

 

 

Sibelium®

 

Flunarizine

Stromectol®

Ivermectin

 

 

Sifrol®

 

Pramipexole

Suacron®

Carazolol

 

 

Silain®

 

Simethicone

Sublimaze®

Fentanyl

 

 

Simplene®

 

Epinephrine

Succostrin®

Succinylcholine

 

 

Simplotan®

Tinidazol

Sufenta®

Sufentanil

 

 

Simulect®

 

Basiliximab

Sulcrate®

Sucralfate

 

 

Sinarest®

 

Oxymetazoline

Sulfabutin®

Busulfan

 

 

Sinemet®

 

Carbidopa + levodopa

Sulmycin®

Gentamicin

 

 

Singulair®

 

Montelukast

Sulpyrin®

Dipyrone

 

 

Sinthrome®

Acenocoumarin

Supasa®

Acetylsalicylic acid

 

 

 

 

(= nicoumalone)

Supramycin®

Tetracycline

 

 

Sintrom®

 

Acenocoumarin

Suprane®

Desflurane

 

 

 

 

(= nicoumalone)

Suprarenin®

Epinephrine

 

 

Sinutab®

 

Xylometazoline

Suprefact®

Buserelin

 

 

Sirtal®

 

Carbachol

Sustac®

Nitroglycerin

 

 

Skleromexe®

Clofibrate

 

(glyceryl trinitrate)

 

 

Slo-bid®

 

Theophylline

Sustaine®

Xylometazoline

 

 

Slo-Phylli®

Theophylline

Sustaire®

Theophylline

 

 

Sno Phenicol®

Chloramphenicol

Sustanon®

Testosterone

 

 

Sobelin®

 

Clindamycin

Sustiva®

Efavirenz

 

 

Sofarin®

 

Warfarin

Suxamethonium®

Succinylcholine

 

 

Soldactone®

Canrenone

Suxinutin®

Ethosuximide

 

 

Solfoton®

 

Phenobarbital

Symmetrel®

Amantadine

 

 

Solganal®

 

Aurothioglucose

Synflex®

Naproxen

 

 

Solprin®

 

Acetylsalicylic acid

Synkayvit®

Menadione

 

 

Solu-Contenton®

Amantadine

Synovir®

Thalidomide

 

 

Soluver®

 

Salicylic acid

Syntocinon®

Oxytocin

 

 

Solvex®

 

Reboxetine

Syntopressin®

Lypressin

 

 

Somavert®

Pegvisomant

Sytobex®

Cyanocobalamin

 

 

Somnite®

 

Nitrazepam

Sytobex®

Vitamin B12

 

 

Somnos®

 

Chloral hydrate

 

 

 

 

Somophyllin-T®

Theophylline

T

 

 

 

Sonata®

 

Zaleplone

 

 

 

Sopamycetin®

Chloramphenicol

 

 

 

 

Soprol®

 

Bisoprolol

Tacef®

Cefmenoxime

 

 

Sorbitrate®

Isosorbide dinitrate

Tacicef®

Ceftazidime

 

 

Sorquetan®

Tinidazol

Tactocile®

Atosiban

 

 

Sotacor®

 

Sotalol

Tagamet®

Cimetidine

 

 

Spametrin-M®

Methylergometrine

Talwin®

Pentazocine

 

 

Spersadex®

(methylergonovine)

Tambocor®

Flecainide

 

 

Dexamethasone

Tamiflu®

Oseltamivir

 

 

Spersanicol®

Chloramphenicol

Tamofen®

Tamoxifen

 

 

Spiriva®

 

Tiotropium

Tapazole®

Methimazole

 

 

Spirocort®

 

Budesonide

 

(thiamazole)

 

 

Spiroctan®

Spironolactone

Tardigal®

Digitoxin

 

 

Sporanox®

Itraconazole

Tarivid®

Ofloxacin

 

 

Sprecur®

 

Buserelin

Tasmar®

Tolcapone

 

 

Stabillin V-K®

Pencillin V

Tauredon®

Aurothiomalate sodium

 

 

Stafoxil®

 

Flucloxacillin

Tavegil®

Clemastine

 

 

Stas Surfactal®

(floxacilline)

Tavist®

Clemastine

 

 

Ambroxol

Tavor®

Lorazepam

 

 

Statex®

 

Morphine sulfate

Taxol®

Paclitaxel

 

 

Steranabol®

Clostebol

Taxotere®

Docetaxel

 

 

Stesolid®

 

Diazepam

Tebrazid®

Pyrazinamide

 

 

Stilnox®

 

Zolpidem

Teebaconin®

Isoniazid

 

 

Stilphostrol®

Diethylstilbestrol

Tegison®

Etretinate

 

 

Stimate®

 

Desmopressin

Tegopen®

Cloxacillin

 

 

Stoxil®

 

Idoxuridine

Tegretol®

Carbamazepine

 

 

Strepolin®

 

Streptomycin

Telemin®

Bisacodyl

 

 

Streptase®

 

Streptokinase

Telfast®

Fexofenadine

 

 

Streptosol®

Streptomycin

Temgesic®

Buprenorphine

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Tempra®

Acetaminophen

Trendar®

Ibuprofen

 

 

 

 

(= paracetamol)

Trental®

Pentoxifylline

 

 

 

Tenalin®

Carteolol

Trexan®

Naltrexone

 

 

 

Tenormin®

Atenolol

Trialodine®

Trazodone

 

 

 

Tensium®

Diazepam

Triam-A®

Triamcinolone acetonide

 

Tensobon®

Captopril

Trichlorex®

Trichlormethiazide

 

 

 

Teoptic®

Carteolol

Tricor®

Fenofibrate

 

 

 

Testex®

Testosterone propionate

Tridil®

Nitroglycerin

 

 

 

Testoject®

Testosterone cypionate

 

(glyceryl trinitrate)

 

 

 

Testone®

Testosterone enantate

Trileptal®

Oxcarbazepine

 

 

 

Testred®

Methyltestosterone

Triludan®

Terfenadine

 

 

 

Teveten®

Eprosartan

Trimpex®

Trimethoprim

 

 

 

Theelol®

Estratriol = estriol

Trimysten®

Clotrimazole

 

 

 

Theolair®

Theophylline

Triostat®

Liothyronine

 

 

 

Thesit®

Polidocanol

Triptone®

Scopolamine

 

 

 

Thevier®

Levothyroxine

Trusopt®

Dorzolamide

 

 

 

Thiotepa Lederle®

Thio-TEPA

Tryptizol®

Amitriptyline

 

 

 

Thorazine®

Chlorpromazine

Tubarine®

Tubocurarine

 

 

 

Thrombinar®

Thrombin

Tubasal®

4-Aminosalicylic acid

 

Thrombostat®

Thrombin

Tus®

Ambroxol

 

 

 

Thyrogen®

Thyrotropin

Tylenol®

Acetaminophen

 

 

 

Ticar®

Ticarcillin

 

(= paracetamol)

 

 

 

Ticlid®

Ticlopidine

Typramine®

Imipramine

 

 

 

Tienor®

Clotiazepam

Tyrozets®

Tyrothricin

 

 

 

Tigason®

Etretinate

Tyzine®

Tetryzoline

 

 

 

Tilade®

Nedocromil

 

(= tetrahydrozoline)

 

 

 

Tildiem®

Diltiazem

 

 

 

 

 

Timentin®

Ticarcillin

U

 

 

 

 

Timonil®

Carbamazepine

 

 

 

 

Timoptic®

Timolol

 

 

 

 

 

Timoptol®

Timolol

Udicil®

Cytarabine

 

 

 

Timox®

Oxcarbazepine

Udolac®

Dapsone

 

 

 

Toazul®

Tolonium chloride

Ukidan®

Urokinase

 

 

 

Tobralex®

Tobramycin

Ulcolax®

Bisacodyl

 

 

 

Tobrex®

Tobramycin

Ultair®

Pranlukast

 

 

 

Tofranil®

Imipramine

Unacid®

Ampicillin + sulbactam

 

Tonocard®

Tocainide

Unasyn®

Ampicillin + sulbactam

 

Topamex®

Topiramate

Unicort®

Hydrocortisone (cortisol)

 

Topitracin®

Bacitracin

Uniparin®

Heparin

 

 

 

Toposar®

Etoposide

Uniphyl®

Theophylline

 

 

 

Toradol®

Ketorolac

Univer®

Verapamil

 

 

 

Tornalate®

Bitolterol

Uricovac®

Benzbromarone

 

 

 

Totacillin®

Ampicillin

Uritol®

Furosemide

 

 

 

Totamol®

Atenolol

Uromitexan®

Mesna

 

 

 

Toxogonin®

Obidoxime

Urosin®

Allopurinol

 

 

 

Tracleer®

Bosentan

UroXatral®

Alfuzosin

 

 

 

Tracrium®

Atracurium

Uticillin-VK®

Pencillin V

 

 

 

Tramal®

Tramadol

Utinor®

Norfloxacin

 

 

 

Trandate®

Labetalol

 

 

 

 

 

Transcycline®

Rolitetracyclin

V

 

 

 

 

Transderm Scop®

Scopolamine

 

 

 

 

Trans-Ver-Sal®

Salicylic acid

 

 

 

 

 

Tranxene®

Clorazepate

Valadol®

Acetaminophen

 

 

 

Tranxilium N®

Nordazepam

 

(= paracetamol)

 

 

 

Trapanal®

Thiopental

Valcyte®

Valganciclovir

 

 

 

Trasicor®

Oxprenolol

Valium®

Diazepam

 

 

 

Travogen®

Isoconazole

Valorin®

Acetaminophen

 

 

 

Travogyn®

Isoconazole

 

(= paracetamol)

 

 

 

Trecalmo®

Clotiazepam

Valtrex®

Valaciclovir

 

 

 

Trecator®

Ethionamide

Vancocin®

Vancomycin

 

 

 

Trelstar Depot®

Triptorelin

Vaponefrine®

Epinephrine

 

 

 

Tremblex®

Dexetimide

Vasal®

Papaverine

 

 

 

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Vascardin®

Isosorbide dinitrate

Welldorm Elixir®

Chloral hydrate

 

 

Vasocon®

 

Naphazoline

Whevert®

Meclizine (meclozine)

 

 

Vasotec®

 

Enalapril/enalaprilat

Wincoram®

Amrinone

 

 

Vatran®

 

Diazepam

Wingom®

Gallopamil

 

 

Va-tro-nol®

Ephedrine

Winpred®

Prednisone

 

 

V-Cillin K®

Pencillin V

Wyamycin®

Erythromycin-ethyl-

 

 

Vectavir®

 

Penciclovir

 

 

succinate

 

 

Veetids®

 

Pencillin V

 

 

 

 

 

Vegesan®

 

Nordazepam

X

 

 

 

 

Velacycline®

Rolitetracyclin

 

 

 

 

Velban®

 

Vinblastine

 

 

 

 

 

Velbe®

 

Vinblastine

Xalaten®

 

Lanatoprost

 

 

Velosulin®

 

Insulin

Xanax®

 

Alprazolam

 

 

Venactone®

Canrenone

Xanef®

 

Enalapril/Enalaprilat

 

 

VePesid®

 

Etoposide

Xenical®

 

Orlistat

 

 

Veratran®

 

Clotiazepam

Xolair®

 

Omalizumab

 

 

Verelan®

 

Verapamil

Xusal®

 

Levocetirizine

 

 

Vermox®

 

Mebendazole

Xylocain®

Lidocaine

 

 

Versed®

 

Midazolam

Xylocard®

Lidocaine

 

 

Vestra®

 

Reboxetine

Xylonest®

Prilocaine

 

 

Viagra®

 

Sildenafil

 

 

 

 

 

Vibal®

 

Vitamin B12

 

 

 

 

 

Vibal L.A.®

 

Hydroxocobalamin

Y

 

 

 

 

Vibramycin®

Doxycycline

 

 

 

 

Videx®

 

Didanosine

®

 

 

 

 

Vidopen®

 

Ampicillin

Yal

®

Sorbitol

®

 

Colecalciferol

Yomesan

 

Niclosamide

 

 

Vigantol

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vigorsan®

 

(vitamin D3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Colecalciferol

Z

 

 

 

 

Vinactane®

(vitamin D3)

 

 

 

 

Viomycin

Zadstat®

 

Metronidazole

 

 

Viocin®

 

Viomycin

 

 

 

Vionactane®

Viomycin

Zantac®

 

Ranitidine

 

 

Vioxx®

 

Rofecoxib

Zapex®

 

Oxazepam

 

 

Vira-A®

 

Vidarabine

Zarontin®

Ethosuximide

 

 

Viracept®

 

Nelfinavir

Zebeta®

 

Bisoprolol

 

 

Viramune®

Nevirapine

Zeldox®

 

Ziprasidone

 

 

Virazole®

 

Ribavirin

Zemuron®

Rocuronium

 

 

Virilon®

 

Methyltestosterone

Zenapax®

Daclizumab

 

 

Virofral®

 

Amantadine

Zepine®

 

Reserpine

 

 

Visine®

 

Tetryzoline

Zerit®

 

Stavudine

 

 

 

 

(= tetrahydrozoline)

Zestril®

 

Lisinopril

 

 

Visken®

 

Pindolol

Zetria®

 

Ezetimibe

 

 

Vistacrom®

Cromoglycate (cromolyn)

Ziagen®

 

Abacavir

 

 

Visutensil®

Guanethidine

Zimovane®

Zopiclone

 

 

Vitamine B1®

Thiamin(e)

Zinamide®

Pyrazinamide

 

 

Vitrasert®

 

Ganciclovir

Zithromax®

Azithromycin

 

 

Vivol®

 

Diazepam

Zocor®

 

Simvastatin

 

 

Volon®

 

Triamcinolone

Zofran®

 

Ondansetron

 

 

Voltaren®

 

Diclofenac

Zoladex®

Goserelin

 

 

Voltarol®

 

Diclofenac

Zolim®

 

Mizolastine

 

 

VP-16®

 

Etoposide

Zoloft®

 

Sertraline

 

 

Vumon®

 

Teniposide

Zomig-ZMT®

Zolmitriptan

 

 

 

 

 

Zosyn®

 

Tazobactam + piperacillin

 

 

 

 

 

Zovirax®

 

Aciclovir

 

 

W

 

 

Zyban®

 

Bupropion

 

 

 

 

 

Zyloprim®

Allopurinol

 

 

Wandonorm®

Bopindolol

Zyloric®

 

Allopurinol

 

 

Welcovorin®

Leucovorin

Zyprexa®

Olanzapine

 

 

Wellbatrin®

Bupropion

Zyvoxid®

Linezolide

 

 

Wellbutrin®

Bupropion

 

 

 

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A

 

Ambroxol

Ambril®, Bronchopront®,

 

 

Ziagen®

 

Mucosolvan®, Stas Sur-

 

Abacavir

 

factal®, Tus®

 

Abciximab

ReoPro®

Amfebutamon(e)

see Bupropion®

 

Acamprosate

Campral®

Amikacin

Amikin®, Briclin®,

 

Acarbose

Precose®

 

Novamin®

 

Acebutolol

Monitan®, Sectral®

Amiloride

Arumil®, Colectril®,

 

Acenocoumarin

Sinthrome®, Sintrom®

 

Cordarex®, Midamor®,

 

(= nicoumalone)

Acephen®, Anacin-3®,

 

Nilurid®

 

Acetaminophen

Amiloride + hydro-

Moduret®

 

(= paracetamol)

Bromo-Seltzer®, Calpol®,

chlorothiazide

 

 

 

Datril®, Panadol®, Tem-

ε-Aminocaproic acid

Afibrin®, Amicar®, Cap-

 

 

pra®, Tylenol®, Valadol®,

 

ramol®, Epsicapron®

 

 

Valorin®

Aminomethyl

Gumbix®, Pamba®

 

Acetazolamide

Diamox®, Glaupax®

benzoic acid

 

 

Acetylcysteine

Airbron®, Fabrol®, Muco-

4-Aminosalicylic acid

Nemasol Sodium®,

 

 

myst®, Parvolex®

 

Tubasal®

 

Acetylsalicylic acid

Angettes®, Arthrisin®,

5-Aminosalicylic acid

see Mesalamine

 

 

Asadrine®, Aspirin®, Eco-

 

(mesalazine)®

 

 

trin®, Entrophen®, Pla-

Amiodarone

Cordarex®, Cordarone®

 

 

tet®, Pyronoval®, Sol-

Amitriptyline

Amitril®, Domical®, Ela-

 

 

prin®, Supasa®

 

vil®, Endep®, Enovil®,

 

Aciclovir (Acyclovir)

Zovirax®

 

Lentizol®, Levate®,

 

Acipimox

Olbemox®, Olbetam®

 

Mevaril®, Tryptizol®

 

ACTH

see Corticotropin®

Amlodipine

Norvasc®

 

Actinomycin D

see Dactinomycin®

Amodiaquine

Camoquin®, Flavoquine®

 

ADH

see Vasopressin®

Amorolfin

Loceryl®

 

Adalimumab

Humira®

Amoxicillin

Almodan®, Amoxil®,

 

Adrenaline

see Epinephrine®

 

Clamoxyl®, Moxacin®,

 

Adriamycin

see Doxorubicin®

 

Novamoxin®

 

Ajmaline

Cardiorhythmino®,

Amoxicillin +

Augmentan®

 

 

Gilurytmal®

clavulanic acid

 

 

Albuterol

see Salbutamol®

Amphetamine

see Dextroamphet-

 

Alcuronium

Alloferin®

 

amine®

 

Aldosterone

Aldocorten®

Amphotericin B

Amphozone®, Fungilin®,

 

Alendronate

Fosamax®

 

Fungizone®, Moronal®

 

Alfentanil

Alfenta®

Ampicillin

Amcill®, Amphipen®,

 

Alfuzosin

Alfoten®, UroXatral®

 

Omnipen®, Penbritin®,

 

Allopurinol

Alloprin®, Caplenal®,

 

Polycillin®, Principen®,

 

 

Hamarin®, Novopurol®,

 

Totacillin®, Vidopen®

 

 

Urosin®, Zyloprim®,

Ampicillin +

Unacid®, Unasyn®

 

 

Zyloric ®

sulbactam

 

 

Alprazolam

Xanax®

Amprenavir

Agenerase®

 

Alprenolol

Aprobal®, Aptine®,

Amrinone

Inocor®, Wincoram®

 

 

Gubernal®

Anakinra

Kineret®

 

Alprostadil

Minprog®, Prostin VR®

Anastrozole

Arimidex®

 

(= PGE1)

Actilyse®

Angiotensinamide

Hypertensin®

 

Alteplase

Aprindine

Amidonal®, Aspenon®,

 

Aluminum hydroxide

Aldrox®, Alu-Cap®, Alu-

 

Fibocil®, Fiboran®

 

 

Tab®, Amphojel®, Flua-

Ardeparin

Normiflo®

 

 

gel®

Artemether +

Riamet®

 

Amantadine

Ambaxine®, Solu-Con-

lumefantrine

 

 

 

tenton®, Symmetrel®,

Artesunate

Arsumax®, Falcigo®,

 

 

Virofral®

 

Plasmotrim®

 

 

 

Asparaginase

Erwinase®

 

 

 

Astemizole

Hismanal®

 

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Aspirin

 

see Acetylsalicylic acid®

Bleomycin

Blenoxane®

 

 

Atenolol

 

Antipressan®, Tenor-

Bopindolol

Wandonorm®

 

 

 

 

min®, Totamol®

Bosentan

Tracleer®

 

 

Atoquavone

Mepron®

Botulinum toxin

Botox®, Oculinum®

 

 

Atoquavone +

Malarone®

type A

Myobloc®, NeuroBloc®

 

 

proguanil

 

Lipitor®

Botulinum toxin

 

 

Atorvastatin

type B

 

 

 

Atosiban

 

Antocin®, Tactocile®

Brimonidine

Alphagan®

 

 

Atracurium

Tracrium®

Brinzolamide

Azopt®

 

 

Atropine

 

Atropisol®, Borotropin®

Bromazepam

Durazanil®, Lectopam®,

 

 

Auranofin

 

Ridaura®

 

Lexotan®

 

 

Aurothioglucose

Aureotan®, Auromyose®,

Bromocriptine

Parlodel®, Pravidel®,

 

 

 

 

Solganal®

 

Serono-Bagren®

 

 

Aurothiomalate

Tauredon®

Brotizolam

Lendorm(A)®, Lendor-

 

 

sodium

 

 

 

min®

 

 

Azapropazone

Prolixan®, Rheumox®

Bucindolol

Bextra®

 

 

Azathioprine

Azanin®, Berkaprine®,

Budesonide

Entocort EC®, Preferid®,

 

 

 

 

Imuran®, Imurek®

 

Pulmicort®, Rhinocort®,

 

 

Azidothymidine

see Zidovudine®

 

Spirocort®

 

 

(AZT)

 

 

Bumetanide

Bumex®, Burinex®, Fon-

 

 

Azithromycin

Zithromax®

 

tego®, Fordiuran®, Lixil®

 

 

Azlocillin

 

Azlin®, Securopen®

Bunitrolol

Betriol®, Stresson®

 

 

 

 

 

Bupranolol

Betadran®, Betadrenol®,

 

 

B

 

 

 

Looser®, Panimit®

 

 

 

 

Buprenorphine

Buprene®, Temgesic®

 

 

 

 

 

Bupropion

Wellbatrin®, Wellbu-

 

 

Bacitracin

 

Altracin®, Baciguent®,

 

trin®, Zyban®

 

 

 

 

Topitracin®

Buserelin

Sprecur®, Suprefact®

 

 

Baclofen

 

Lioresal®

Buspirone

Buspar®

 

 

Basiliximab

Simulect®

Busulfan

Mielucin®, Mitosan®,

 

 

Beclometasone

Aldecin®, Becloforte®,

 

Myleran®, Sulfabutin®

 

 

 

 

Becodisks®, Beconase®,

Butizid

Saltucin®

 

 

 

 

Becotide®, Propaderm®,

Butylscopolamine

Buscopan®

 

 

 

 

Qvar®

 

 

 

 

Befunolol

 

Bentos®, Betaclar®,

C

 

 

 

 

 

Glauconex®

 

 

 

Benazepril

 

Lotensin®

 

Cabaseril®, Dostinex®

 

 

Benserazide

Madopar (plus

Cabergoline

 

 

 

 

levodopa)®

Calcifediol

Calderol®, Dedrogyl®,

 

 

Benzbromarone

Desuric®, Narcaricin®,

 

Hidroferol®

 

 

 

 

Normurat®, Uricovac®

Calcitonin

Calcimer®, Calcitare®,

 

 

Benzocaine

Americaine®, Anacaine®,

 

Calsynar®, Cibacalcin®,

 

 

 

 

Anaesthesin®

 

Karil®

 

 

Benztropine

Cogentin®

Calcitriol

Rocaltrol®

 

 

Betaxolol

 

Betoptic®, Kerlone®

Calcium carbonate

Cacit®, Calchichew®,

 

 

Bezafibrate

Befizal®, Bezalip®,

 

Calcidrink®, Calsan®,

 

 

 

 

Bezatol®, Cedur®

 

Caltrate®, Nu-Cal®

 

 

Bicalutamide

Casodex®

Camazepam

Albego®

 

 

Bifonazole

 

Amycor®, Mycospor®,

Candesartan

Atacand®

 

 

 

 

Mycosporan®

Canrenone

Kanrenol®, Soldactone®,

 

 

Bimatoprost

Lumigan®

 

Venactone®

 

 

Biperiden

 

Akineton®, Akinophyl®

Capreomycin

Capastat®, Caprolin®

 

 

Bisacodyl

 

Bicol®, Broxalax®, Dulco-

Captopril

Acediur®, Acepril®,

 

 

 

 

lax®, Durolax®, Laxa-

 

Alopresin®, Capoten®,

 

 

 

 

bene®, Laxanin®, Niga-

 

Cesplon®, Hypertil®,

 

 

 

 

lax®, Pyrilax®, Telemin®,

 

Lopirin®, Tensobon®

 

 

 

 

Ulcolax®

Carazolol

Conducton®, Suacron®

 

 

Bismuth subsalicylate

Pepto-Bismol®

Carbachol

Doryl®, Lentin®, Mio-

 

 

Bisoprolol

 

Concor®, Detensiel®, Em-

 

stat®, Sirtal®

 

 

 

 

cor®, Isoten®, Monocor®,

Carbamazepine

Epitol®, Mazepine®,

 

 

 

 

Soprol®, Zebeta®

 

Tegretol®, Timonil®

 

 

Bitolterol

 

Effectin®, Tornalate®

 

 

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Carbenicillin

Anabactyl (A)®,

Clarithromycin

 

Carindapen®, Geopen®,

Clavulanic acid +

 

Pyopen®

amoxicillin

Carbidopa + levodopa

Isicom®, Nacom®,

Clemastine

 

Sinemet®

Clindamycin

Carbimazole

Neo-Mercazole®,

 

 

Neo-Thyreostat®

Clobazam

Carboplatin

Paraplatin®

Clodronate

Carteolol

Arteoptic®, Caltidren®,

 

 

Carteol®, Cartrol®,

Clofazimine

 

Endak®, Ocupress®,

Clofibrate

 

Tenalin®, Teoptic®

 

Carvedilol

Coreg®

Clomethiazole

Caspofungin

Cancidas®

 

Cefalexin

Keflex®, Keftab®

Clomifene

Cefmenoxime

Bestcall®, Cefmax®,

 

 

Cemix®, Tacef®

 

Cefotaxime

Claforan®

Clonazepam

Ceftazidime

Fortaz®, Fortum®,

 

 

Tacicef®

Clonidine

Ceftriaxone

Acantex®, Rocephin®

Clopidogrel

Celecoxib =

Celebrex®

Clorazepate

colecoxib

Selectol®

Clostebol

Celiprolol

Clotiazepam

Cellulose

Avicel®

 

Cerivastatin

Baycol®

Clotrimazole

Chloral hydrate

Lorinal®, Noctec®, Som-

 

 

nos®, Welldorm Elixir®

 

Chlorambucil

Chloraminophene®, Leu-

Cloxacillin

 

keran®

Clozapine

Chloramphenicol

Chloromycetin®, Chlor-

Codeine

 

optic®, Kemicetine Leu-

Colchicine

 

komycin®, Paraxin®, Sno

Colecalciferol (vita-

 

Phenicol®, Sopamycetin®,

min D3)

 

Spersanicol®

Colecoxib

Chlordiazepoxide

Librium®

Colestipol

Chlormadinone ace-

Gestafortin®

Corticotropin

tate

Aralen®, Avloclor®, Niva-

 

Chloroquine

Cortisol

 

quine®, Quinachlor®

Cortisone

Chlorpromazine

Hibanil®, Largactil®,

 

 

Megaphen®, Thorazine®

Co-trimoxazole

Chlorthalidone

Hygroton®

 

Cholestyramine

Cuemid®, Prevalite®,

Cromoglycate

 

Questran®

(cromolyn)

Chorionic gonadotro-

Entromone®, Follutein®,

 

pin (HCG)

Pregnesin®, Pregnyl®,

Cyanocobalamin

 

Prophasi®

 

Ciclosporin

Gengraf®, Neoral®, San-

 

(= cyclosporine A)

dimmune®, SangCya®,

 

 

Sang-35®

Cyclofenil

Cilazapril

Inhibace®

 

Cimetidine

Dyspamet®, Peptol®,

 

 

Tagamet®

Cyclophosphamide

Ciprofloxacin

Ciloxan®, Cipro®, Cipro-

 

 

bay®, Ciprox®, Ciproxin®

Cycloserine

Cisapride

Propulsid (discontin-

Cyclosporine A

 

ued)®

Cyproterone-

Cisplatin

Platinex®, Platinol®

acetate

Citalopram

Celexa®, Citaprim®,

Cytarabine

 

Sepram®

 

Biaxin®

Augmentin®

Tavegil®, Tavist®

Cleocin®, Dalacin®, Sobelin® Frisium®

Clasteon®, Ossiten®, Ostac®

Lampren® Atromid-S®, Claripex®, Skleromexe® Distraneurin®, Hemineurin® Clomid®, Dyneric®, Omifin®, Pergotime®, Serophene® Clonopin®, Iktorivil®, Rivotril®

Catapres®, Dixarit® Plavix®

Novoclopate®, Tranxene® Macrobin®, Steranabol® Clozan®, Rize®, Tienor®, Trecalmo®, Veratran® Canesten®, Clotrimaderm®, Gyne-Lotrimin®, Mycelex®, Trimysten® Clovapen®, Tegopen® Clozaril®

Codicept®, Paveral® Colchicine® D-Tabs®, Vigantol®, Vigorsan®

see Celecoxib® Cholestabyl®, Cholestid® Acthar®, Cortigel®, Cortrophin®

see Hydrocortisone® Cortelan®, Cortistab®, Cortogen®, Cortone® Bactrim®, Novotrimel®, Protrin®, Septra® Intal®, Nalcrom®, Opticrom®, Rynacrom®, Vistacrom® Anacobin®, Bedoz®, Cytacon®, Cytamen®, Rubion®, Rubramin®, Sytobex®

Fertodur®, Ondogyne®, Ondonid®, Rehibin®, Sanocrisin®, Sexovid® Cytoxan®, Endoxan®, Procytox® Seromycin®

see Ciclosporin® Androcur®, Cyprostat®

Alexan®, Cytosar®,

Udicil®

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D

 

 

 

Dimercaptopropane-

 

 

 

 

 

sulfonic acid

 

Daclizumab

 

 

®

Dimethylaminophe-

 

Zenapax

nol

 

Dactinomycin

Cosmegen®

 

Dalteparin

Fragmin®

Dimeticone

 

Danaparoid

Orgaran

®

Dimetindene

 

®

Dinoprost

 

Dantrolene

 

 

 

Dantrium

 

 

Dapsone

Avlosulfone®, Eporal®,

 

 

 

Diphenasone®, Udolac®

Dinoprostone

 

Darbepoetin

 

 

®

 

Aranesp

Diphenhydramine

 

Daunorubicin

Cerubidine®, Daunoblas-

 

 

tin®, Ondena®

Diphenoxylate

 

Deferoxamine

 

 

®

 

Desferal

 

 

Delavirdine

Rescriptor®

Dipyrone

 

Desflurane

 

 

®

 

Suprane

 

 

Desipramine

Norpramin®, Pertofran®

 

 

Desirudin

Revasc®

 

 

 

Desloratadine

Aerius®

 

Disopyramide

 

Desmopressin

DDAVP®, Minirin®,

 

 

Octostim®, Stimate®

Dobutamine

 

Desogestrel + ethi-

 

 

®

 

Marvelon

Docetaxel

 

nylestradiol

 

 

 

 

Decadron®, Deronil®,

Domperidone

 

Dexamethasone

 

 

Hexadrol®, Maxidex®,

 

 

 

Spersadex®

Donepezil

 

Dexetimide

Tremblex®

 

Dextran

 

®

Dopamine

 

Hyskon

 

Dorzolamide

 

Diazepam

Apaurin®, Atensine®,

 

 

Diastat®, Dizac®, Eridan®,

Doxacurium

 

 

Lembrol®, Meval®,

Doxazosin

 

 

Noan®, Stesolid®,

Doxorubicin

 

 

Tensium®,

Doxycycline

 

 

Valium®, Vatran®, Vivol®

 

Diazoxide

Eudemine®, Hyperstat®,

 

 

 

Mutabase®, Proglicem®

 

 

Diclofenac

Allvoran®, Diclophlo-

 

 

 

gont®, Rhumalgan®,

Doxylamine

 

 

Voltaren®, Voltarol®

 

Dicloxacillin

Diclocil®, Dynapen®,

Dronabinol

 

 

Pathocil®

Droperidol

 

Didanosine

Videx

®

 

Dutasteride

 

Diethylcarbamaze-

Hetrazan®

 

 

pine

Honvol®, Stilphostrol®

E

 

Diethylstilbestrol

 

Digitoxin

Crystodigin®, Digicor®,

Ebastine

 

 

Digimerck®, Digitaline®,

 

 

Purodigin®, Tardigal®

Econazole

 

Digoxin

Digacin®, Lanicor®,

 

 

Lanoxin®, Lenoxin®,

Efavirenz

 

 

Novodigoxin®

 

Digoxin immune FAB

Digibind®

Eletriptan

 

Dihydralazine

Dihyzin®, Nepresol®,

Enalapril/

 

 

Pressunic®

enalaprilat

 

Dihydroergotamine

Angionorm®, D.E.H.45®,

Enflurane

 

 

Dihydergot®, Divegal®,

Enfuvirtide

 

 

Endophleban®

Enoxacin

 

Diltiazem

Cardizem®, Tildiem®

Enoxaparin

 

Dimenhydrinate

Dimetab®, Dramamine®,

 

 

Dymenate®, Marmine®

Entacapone

 

Dimercaprol

BAL in oil®

Ephedrine

Dimaval®, Mercuval®

4-DMAP®

Aegrosan®, Meteosan® Fenestil®

Minprostin F2α®, Prostarmon®, Prostin F2 Alpha®

Prepidil®, Prostin E2® Allerdryl®, Benadryl®, Insommal®, Nautamine® Diarsed®, Lomotil®, Retardin®

Algocalmin®, Bonpyrin®, Divarine®, Feverall®, Metilon®, Novalgin®, Paralgin®, Sulpyrin® Dirythmin®, Norpace®, Rythmodan® Dobutrex®

Taxotere® Euciton®, Evoxin®,

Motilium®, Nauzelin®, Peridon®

Aricept® Dopastat®, Intropin® Trusopt® Nuromax®

Cardura®, Carduran® Adriamycin®, Adriblastin® Atridox®, C-Pak®, Doryx®, Doxicin®, Monodox®, Nordox®, Periostat®, Vibramycin® Decapryn® Marinol®

Droleptan®, Inapsine® Avodart®

Ebastel®, Evastel®,

Kestine®

Ecostatin®, Gyno-

Pevaryl®, Pevaryl®

Sustiva®

Relpax®

Innovace®, Vasotec®,

Xanef®

Ethrane®

Fuzeon®

Bactidan®, Comprecin®,

Enoram®, Enoxor®

Clexane®, Lovenox®

Comtan®, Comtess®

Bofedrol®, Efedron®,

Va-tro-nol®

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Epinephrine

Adrenalin®, Bronchaid®,

 

Epifin®, Epinal®, EpiPen®,

 

Epitrate®, Fastject®,

 

Lyophrin®, Simplene®,

 

Suprarenin®,

 

Vaponefrine®

Epoetin

Eprex®, Recormon®

Eprosartan

Teveten®

Eptifibatide

Integriline®

Ergocalciferol

Drisdol®

Ergometrine

Ergotrate Maleate®,

(= ergonovine)

Ermalate®

Ergotamine

Ergomar®, Gynergen®,

 

Lingraine Medihaler®,

 

Migril®

Erythromcyin

E-mycin®, Eryc®, Ery-

 

max®, Erythromid®,

 

Erythroped®, Ilosone®

Erythromycin-

Dowmycin®, Ilosone®,

estolate

Novorythro®

Erythromycin-

EES®, Erythrocin®,

ethylsuccinate

Wyamycin®

Erythromycin-

Cimetrin®

propionate

Erymycin®, Erythrocin®

Erythromycin-

stearate

Monomycin®

Erythromycin-

succinate

Epogen®, Procrit®

Erythropoietin

(=epoetin alfa)

Brevibloc®

Esmolol

Esomeprazole

Nexium®

Estradiol

Estrace®

Estradiol-benzoate

Progynon®

Estradiol-valerate

Delestrogen®, Dioval®,

 

Femogex®, Progynova®

Estratriol (= estriol)

Theelol®

Etanercept

Enbrel®

Ethacrynic acid

Edecrin®, Hydromedin®,

 

Reomax®

Ethambutol

Etibi®, Myambutol®

Ethinylestradiol

Estinyl®, Feminone®,

 

Lynoral®

Ethionamide

Trecator®

Ethopropazine

Parsitan®, Parsitol®

Ethosuximide

Petinimid®, Suxinutin®,

 

Zarontin®

Etidronate

Calcimux®, Diodronel®,

 

Diphos®

Etilefrine

Apocretin®, Circupon®,

 

Effontil®, Effortil®, Ethyl

 

Adrianol®, Kertasin®,

 

Pulsamin®

Etofibrate

Lipo-Merz®

Etomidate

Amidate®, Hypnomi-

 

date®

Etoposide

Etopophos®, Toposar®,

 

VePesid®, VP-16®

Etretinate

Tegison®, Tigason®

Ezetimibe

Zetria®

F

Famciclovir

Famvir®

 

Famotidine

Pepcid®, Pepdul®

 

Felbamate

Felbatol®

 

Felodipine

Plendil®

 

Felypressin

Octapressin®

 

Fenfluramine

Ganal®, Ponderal®,

 

 

Ponderax®, Pondimin®,

 

 

Redux®

 

Fenofibrate

Tricor®

 

Fenoterol

Berotec®, Partusisten®

 

Fentanyl

Sublimaze®

 

Fentanyl +

Innovar®

 

droperidol

Allegra®, Telfast®

 

Fexofenadine

 

Filgrastim

Neupogen®

 

Finasteride

Propecia®, Proscar®

 

Flecainide

Tambocor®

 

Flucloxacillin

Floxapen®, Ladropen®,

 

(floxacilline)

Stafoxil®

 

Fluconazole

Diflucan®

 

Flucytosine

Alcoban®, Ancotil®

 

Fludrocortisone

Alflorone®, F-Cortef®,

 

 

Florinef®

 

Flumazenil

Anexate®, Romazicon®

 

Flunarizine

Dinaplex®, Flugeral®,

 

 

Sibelium®

 

Flunisolide

Aerobid®, Bronalide®,

 

 

Nasalide®, Rhinalar®

 

Flunitrazepam

Hypnosedon®, Narco-

 

 

zep®, Rohypnol®

 

Fluorouracil

Adrucil®, Effudex®,

 

 

Effurix®

 

Fluoxetine

Fluctin®, Prozac®

 

Fluphenazine

Moditen®, Prolixin®

 

Flurazepam

Dalmane®

 

Flutamide

Drogenil®, Eulexin®

 

Fluticasone

Cutivate®, Flixonase®,

 

 

Flonase®, Flovent®

 

Fluvastatin

Lescol®

 

Fluvoxamine

Faverin®, Floxifral®,

 

 

Luvox®

 

Folic acid

Foldine®, Folvite®,

 

 

Leucovorin®

 

Fondaparinux

Arixtra®

 

Formoterol

Foradil®, Oxi®

 

Foscarnet

Foscavir®

 

Fosinopril

Monopril®

 

Fulvestrant

Faslodex®

 

Furosemide

Dryptal®, Fusid®, Lasix®,

 

 

Seguril®, Uritol®

 

G

Gabapentin

Neurontin®

Galantamine

Reminyl®

Gallopamil

Algocor®, Corgal®,

 

Procorum®, Wingom®

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Ganciclovir

Cymevene®, Cytovene®,

Hydroxyurea

Droxia®, Hydrea®

 

 

 

 

Vitrasert®

Hyoscine butyl

Buscopan®

 

 

Ganirelix

 

Antagon®, Orgalutran®

bromide

 

 

 

Gelatin-colloids

Gelafundin®,

 

 

 

 

 

 

Haemaccel®

I

 

 

 

Gemfibrozil

Lopid®

 

 

 

Gentamicin

Cidomycin®, Garamycin®,

 

 

 

 

 

 

Genticin®, Refobacin®,

Ibuprofen

Actiprophen®, Advil®,

 

 

 

 

Sulmycin®

 

Brufen®, Fenbid®, Lidi-

 

 

Gestoden + ethinyl

Femovan®

 

fen®, Motrin®, Nuprin®,

 

 

estradiol

 

Copaxone®

 

Trendar®

 

 

Glatimer acetate

Idoxuridine

Dendrid®, Herpid®,

 

 

Glibenclamide

Calabren®, Daonil®,

 

Herplex®, Kerecid®,

 

 

(= glyburide)

DiaBeta®, Euglucon®,

 

Stoxil®

 

 

 

 

Micronase®

Ifosfamide

Ifex®, Mitoxana®

 

 

Glyceryl trinitrate

see Nitroglycerin®

Iloprost

Ilomedin®

 

 

Gonadorelin

Factrel®, Kryptocur®,

Imatinib

Glivec®

 

 

 

 

Relefact®

Imipramine

Dynaprin®, Impril®,

 

 

Goserelin

 

Zoladex®

 

Janimine®, Melipramin®,

 

 

Granisetron

Kytril®

 

Tofranil®, Typramine®

 

 

Griseofulvin

Fulcin®, Fulvicin®,

Indinavir

Crixivan®

 

 

 

 

Grisovin®, Likuden®

Indometacin

Ammuno®, Imbrilon®,

 

 

Guanethidine

Ismelin®, Visutensil®

 

Indocid®, Indocin®,

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indomee®, Indomod®,

 

 

H

 

 

 

Metacen®

 

 

 

 

Infliximab

Remicade®

 

 

 

 

 

Insulin

Humalog®, Humulin®,

 

 

Halofantrine

Halfan®

 

Iletin®, Novolin®,

 

 

Haloperidol

Haldol®, Serenace®

 

Velosulin®

 

 

Halothane

 

Fluothane®, Narkotan®

Insulin aspart

Novolog®

 

 

HCG

 

see Chorionic

Insulin glargine

Lantus®

 

 

 

 

gonadotropin®

Interferon alfa-2

Berofor alpha 2®

 

 

Heparin

 

Calciparin®, Hepalean®,

Interferon alfa-2a

Roferon A3®

 

 

 

 

Hepsal®, Liquemin®,

Interferon alfa-2b

Intron A®

 

 

 

 

Uniparin®

Interferon beta

Fiblaferon 3®

 

 

Heparin®, low

Fragmin®, Fraxiparin®

Interferon beta-1a

Rebif®

 

 

molecular

 

 

Interferon gamma

Actimmune®

 

 

Hetastarch (HES)

Hespan®

Ipratropium

Atrovent®, Itrop®,

 

 

Hexachlorophane

see Lindane®

 

Rinatec®

 

 

Hexobarbital

Evipan®

Irbesartan

Avapro®

 

 

Homatropine

Homapin®

Irinotecan

Campto®

 

 

Hydralazine

Alazine®, Apresoline®

Isoconazole

Gyno-Travogen®,

 

 

Hydrochlorothiazide

Aprozide®, Diaqua®, Diu-

 

Travogen®, Travogyn®

 

 

 

 

chlor®, Esidrix®, Hydro-

Isoflurane

Forane®

 

 

 

 

mal®, Hydrosaluric®,

Isoniazid

Armazid®, Isotamine®,

 

 

 

 

Neo-Codema®, Oretic®

 

Lamiazid®, Nydrazid®,

 

 

Hydrocortisone

Alocort®, Cortate®,

 

Rimifon®, Teebaconin®

 

 

(cortisol)

 

Cortef®, Cortenema®,

Isoprenaline

Aludrin®, Isuprel®,

 

 

 

 

Hyderm®, Hyocort®,

(= isoproterenol)

Neo Epinin®,

 

 

 

 

Rectocort®, Unicort®

 

Saventrine®

 

 

Hydromorphone

Dilaudid®, Hymorphan®

Isosorbide dinitrate

Cedocard®, Coradus®,

 

 

Hydroxocobalamin

Acti-B12®, Alpha-redis-

 

Coronex®, Isoket®,

 

 

 

 

ol®, Cobalin-H®, Droxo-

 

Isordil®, Sorbitrate®,

 

 

 

 

min®, Hybalamine®,

 

Vascardin®

 

 

 

 

Vibal L.A.®

Isosorbide mononi-

Coleb®, Elantan®,

 

 

Hydroxychloroquine

Plaquenil®

trate

Imdur®, Ismo®, Isotrate®

 

 

Hydroxyethyl starch

Hespan®

Isradipine

DynaCirc®

 

 

Hydroxyprogester-

Duralutin®, Gesterol L.

Itraconazole

Itracol®, Sempera®,

 

 

one caproate

A.®, Hylutin®, Hyroxon®,

 

Sporanox®

 

 

 

 

Primolut Depo®,

Ivermectin

Mectizam®, Stromectol®

 

 

 

 

Pro-Depo®

 

 

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K

Kanamycin

Anamid®, Kannasyn®,

 

Kantrex®, Klebcil®

Kaolin + pectin

Donnagel-MB®,

(=attapulgite)

Kaopectate®,

 

Pectokay®

Ketamine

Ketalar®

Ketoconazole

Nizoral®

Ketorolac

Acular®, Toradol®

L

Labetalol

Normodyne®, Trandate®

Lactitol

Importal®

Lactulose

Cephulac®, Chronulac®,

 

Duphalac®

Lamivudine

Epivir®

Lamotrigine

Lamictal®

Lanatoprost

Xalaten®

Lansoprazole

Agopton®, Lanzor®,

 

Prevacid®

Leflunomide

Arava®

Lenograstim

(G-CSF)®, Granocyte®

Lepirudin

Refludan®

Letrozole

Femara®

Leucovorin

Welcovorin®

Leuprolide

Eligard®, Lupron®

(leuprorelin)

Xusal®

Levocetirizine

Levodopa

Dopar®, Larodopa®

Levodopa +

Madopar®, Prolopa®

benserazide

Sinemet®

Levodopa +

carbidopa

Polamidon®

Levomethadone

Levothyroxine

Eferox®, Euthyrox®,

 

Thevier®

Lidocaine

Dalcaine®, Lidopen®,

 

Nulicaine®, Xylocain®,

 

Xylocard®

Lincomycin

Albiotic®, Cillimycin®,

 

Lincocin®

Lindane

Hexit®, Kwell®, Kwill-

 

dane®, Quellada®,

 

Scabene®

Linezolide

Zyvoxid®

Liothyronine

Cytomel®, Triostat®

Lisinopril

Carace®, Prinivil®, Zes-

 

tril®

Lisuride

Cuvalit®, Dopergin®,

 

Eunal®, Lysenyl®

Lithium carbonate

Camcolit®, Carbolite®,

 

Duoralith®, Eskalith®,

 

Liskonum®, Lithane®,

 

Lithobid®, Lithotabs®,

 

Priadel®

Lomustine

CCNU®, CeeNu®

Loperamide

Imodium®, Kaopectate II®

Lopinavir

Kaletra®

Loratadine

Claritin®, Lisino®

Lorazepam

Alzapam®, Ativan®,

 

Loraz®, Tavor®

Lormetazepam

Ergocalm®, Loramet®,

 

Noctamid®

Losartan

Cozaar®

Lovastatin

Mevacor®, Mevinacor®

Lumefantrine

see Artemether®

(= benflumetol)

Orgametril®

Lynestrenol

Lypressin

Diapid®, Syntopressin®

M

Magaldrate

Riopan®

 

Mannitol

Isotol®, Osmitrol®

 

Maprotiline

Ludiomil®

 

Mebendazole

Vermox®

 

Mechlorethamine

Mustargen®

 

Meclizine

Antivert®, Antrizine®,

 

(meclozine)

Bonamine®, Whevert®

 

Medroxyprogester-

Amen®, Depo-Provera®,

 

one-acetate

Farlutal®, Oragest®,

 

 

Provera®

 

Mefloquine

Lariam®

 

Megestrol

Megestat®

 

Melarsoprol

MelB®, Melarsen Oxide-

 

 

BAL®

 

Meloxicam

Mobic®

 

 

Melphalan

Alkeran®

 

Menadione

Synkayvit®

 

Menotropin

Menogon®

 

Meperidine

Demerol®, Dolantine®

 

(pethidine)

Betagon®,Caridian®,

 

Mepindolol

 

 

Corindolan®

 

Mepivacaine

Carbocaine®, Isocaine®

 

Mercaptopurine

Purinethol®

 

Mesalamine (mesala-

Asacol®, Canasa®, Mesa-

 

zine)

cal®, Pentasa®, Propasa®,

 

 

Rezipas®, Rowasa®

 

Mesna

Mesnex®, Uromitexan®

 

Mesterolone

Androviron®, Proviron®

 

Mestranol

Menophase®, Norquen®,

 

 

Ovastol®

 

Metamizol

see Dipyrone®

 

Metaproterenol (or-

Alupent®, Metaprel®

 

ciprenaline)

Primabolan®

 

Metenolone

 

Metformin

Diabex®, Glucophage®

 

Methadone

Dolophine®, Metha-

 

 

dose®, Physeptone®

 

Methamphetamine

Desoxyn®, Methampex®

 

Methimazole

Tapazole®, Mercazol®

 

(thiamazole

Brevital®

 

Methohexital

 

Methotrexate

Folex®, Maxtrex®,

 

 

Mexate®

 

Methotrimeprazine

Levoprome®, Nocinan®

 

Methoxyflurane

Methofane®, Penthrane®

 

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Methylcellulose

Celevac®, Citrucell®, Co-

Nalbuphine

Nubain®

 

 

 

 

logel®, Lacril®, Murocel®

Nalidixic acid

Negram®, Nogram®

 

 

Methyldopa

Aldomet®, Amodopa®,

Naloxone

Narcan®

 

 

 

 

Dopamet®, Novomedo-

Naltrexone

Nalorex®, Trexan®

 

 

 

 

pa®, Presinol®, Sembri-

Nandrolone

Anabolin®, Androlone®,

 

 

 

 

na®

 

Deca-Durabolin®,

 

 

Methylergometrine

Metenarin®, Mether-

 

Hybolin Decanoate®,

 

 

(methyl

 

gine®, Methylergobre-

 

Kabolin®

 

 

ergonovine)

vin®, Partergin Ryegono-

Naphazoline

Albalon®, Degest-2®,

 

 

 

 

vin®, Spametrin-M®

 

Privine®, Vasocon®

 

 

Methyltestosterone

Android®, Metandren®,

Naproxen

Aleve®, Anaprox®,

 

 

 

 

Testred®, Virilon®

 

Naprelan®, Napron®,

 

 

Methysergide

Deseril®, Sansert®

 

Naprosyn®, Naxen®,

 

 

Metipranolol

Optipranolol®

 

Synflex®

 

 

Metoclopramide

Clopra®, Emex®, Maxer-

Naratriptan

Naramig®

 

 

 

 

an®, Maxolan®, Primper-

Narcotine

Coscopin®, Coscotab®

 

 

 

 

an®, Reclomide®, Reglan®

(= noscapine)

 

 

 

Metoprolol

Betaloc®, Lopressor®

Nedocromil

Tilade®

 

 

Metronidazole

Clont®, Femazole®,

Nefazodone

Nefaclar®, Serzone®

 

 

 

 

Flagyl®, Metronid®,

Nelfinavir

Viracept®

 

 

 

 

Protostat®, Satric®,

Neomycin

Mycifradin®, Myci-

 

 

 

 

Zadstat®

 

guent®, Nivemycin®

 

 

Mexiletin

 

Mexitil®

Neostigmine

Prostigmin®

 

 

Mezlocillin

Mezlin®

Netilmicin

Netillin®, Netromycin®

 

 

Miconazole

Daktarin®, Dermonistat®,

Nevirapine

Viramune®

 

 

 

 

Micatin®, Monistat®

Nicardipine

Cardene®

 

 

Midazolam

Hypnovel®, Versed®

Niclosamide

Niclocide®, Yomesan®

 

 

Mifepristone

RU 486®, Mifegyne®

Nifedipine

Adalat®, Coracten®,

 

 

Miglitol

 

Diastabol®

 

Procardia®

 

 

Minoxidil

 

Loniten®, Regaine®,

Nimodipine

Nimotop®

 

 

 

 

Rogaine®

Nitrazepam

Atempol®, Mogadon®,

 

 

Mirtazepine

Remergil®, Remeron

 

Somnite®

 

 

 

 

SolTab®

Nitrendipine

Bayotensin®, Baypress®

 

 

Misoprostol

Cytotec®

Nitroglycerin

Ang-O-Span®, Deponit®,

 

 

Mivacurium

Mivacron®

 

Nitrocap®, Nitrogard®,

 

 

Mizolastine

Mistamine®, Mizollen®,

 

Nitronal®, Sustac®,

 

 

 

 

Zolim®

 

Tridil®

 

 

Moclobemide

Aurorix®

Nitroprusside

Nipride®, Nitropress®

 

 

Molgramostim

Leucomax®

sodium

 

 

 

Molsidomine

Corvaton®, Duracoron®,

Nitrostigmine

E605®, Parathion®

 

 

 

 

Molsidolat®

Nordazepam

Tranxilium N®, Vegesan®

 

 

Montelukast

Singulair®

Norepinephrine

Arterenol®, Levophed®®

 

 

Morphine

 

MST Continus®,

(noradrenaline)

 

 

 

 

 

Oramorph®

Norethindrone

Micronor®, Noriday®,

 

 

Morphine hydro-

Morphitec®

(norethisterone)

Norlutin®, Nor-Q D®,

 

 

chloride

 

 

 

Primolut N®

 

 

Morphine sulfate

Astramorph®, Avinza®,

Norfloxacin

Noroxin®, Utinor®

 

 

 

 

Duramorph®, Epi-

Nortriptyline

Pamelor®

 

 

 

 

morph®, Infumorph®,

Noscapine

Coscopin®, Coscotab®

 

 

 

 

Kadian®, MSIR®, Roxa-

(= narcotine)

 

 

 

 

 

nol®, Rescudose®,

Nystatin

Korostatin®, Mycosta-

 

 

 

 

Statex®

 

tin®, Mykinac®, Nilstat®,

 

 

Muromonab-CD3

Orthoclone OKT3®

 

Nystan®, Nystex®, O-V

 

 

Mycophenolate

CellCept®

 

Statin®

 

 

mofetil

 

 

 

 

 

 

N

 

 

O

 

 

 

 

 

Obidoxime

Toxogonin®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nabilone

 

Cesamet®

Octreotide

Sandostatin®

 

 

Nadolol

 

Corgard®

Ofloxacin

Tarivid®

 

 

Naftifin

 

Naftin®

Olanzapine

Zyprexa®

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Omalizumab

Xolair®

Omeprazole

Losec®

Ondansetron

Zofran®

Opium tincture

Paregoric®

(laudanum)

see Metaproterenol®

Orciprenaline

Orlistat

Xenical®

Ornipressin

POR 8®

Oseltamivir

Tamiflu®

Oxacillin

Bactocill®, Prostaphlin®

Oxazepam

Oxpam®, Serax®, Zapex®

Oxcarbazepine

Timox®, Trileptal®

Oxiconazole

Oxistat®

Oxprenolol

Apsolox®, Trasicor®

Oxymetazoline

Afrin®, Allerest®, Corici-

 

din®, Dristan®, Neo-Syn-

 

ephrine®, Sinarest®

Oxytocin

Pitocin®, Syntocinon®

P

Paclitaxel

Taxol®

Pamidronate

Aminomux®, Aredia®

Pancuronium

Pavulon®

Pantoprazole

Protonix®

Papaverine

Cerebid®, Cerespan®,

 

Delapav®, Myobid®,

 

Papacon®, Pavabid®,

 

Pavadur®, Vasal®

Paracetamol

see Acetaminophen®

Parecoxib

Dynastat®

Paromomycin

Humatin®

Paroxetine

Paxil®

Pegvisomant

Somavert®

Penbutolol

Levatol®

Penciclovir

Vectavir®

D-Penicillamine

Cuprimine®, Depen®

Penicillin G

Bicillin®, Cryspen®, Crys-

 

tapen®, Deltapen®,

 

Lanacillin®, Megacillin®,

 

Parcillin®, Pensorb®,

 

Pentids®, Permapen®,

 

Pfizerpin®

Penicillin V

Apsin VK®, Betapen-VK®,

 

Bopen-VK®, Calvepen®,

 

Cocillin-VK®, Distaquaine

 

V-K®, Lanacillin-VK®, Le-

 

dercillin VK®, Nadopen-

 

V®, Novopen-VK®, Pen-

 

Vee K®, Pen-VEE K Pena-

 

par VK®, Penapar-VK®,

 

Penbec-V®, Pfizerpen

 

VK®, Robicillin-VK®, Sta-

 

billin V-K®, Uticillin-VK®,

 

V-Cillin K®, Veetids®

Pentamidine

Pentacarinat®

Pentazocine

Fortral®, Talwin®

Pentobarbital

Butylone®, Nembutal®,

 

Novarectal®, Pentanca®

Pentoxifylline

Trental®

Pergolide

Celance®, Permax®

Perindopril

Coversum®, Coversyl®

 

Permethrin

Elimite®, Lyclear®, Nix®,

 

 

Permanone®

 

Pethidine

see Meperidine®

 

Phencyclidine

Sernyl®

 

Pheniramine

Daneral®, Inhiston®

 

Phenobarbital

Barbita®, Gardenal®,

 

 

Solfoton®

 

Phenolphthalein

Alophen®, Correctol®,

 

 

Espotabs®, Evac-U-gen®,

 

 

Evac-U-Lax®, Ex-Lax®,

 

 

Modane®, Prulet®

 

Phenoxybenzamine

Dibenyline®, Dibenzy-

 

 

line®

 

Phenoxybenzyl

Isocillin®, Megacillin®

 

penicillin

Liquamar®, Marcumar®

 

Phenprocoumon

 

Phentolamine

Regitin®, Rogitin®

 

Phenytoin

Dilantin®, Epanutin®

 

Physostigmine

Antilirium®

 

Phytomenadione

Konakion®

 

Pilocarpine

Akarpine®, Almocar-

 

 

pine®, I-Pilopine®,

 

 

Isopto-Carpine®,

 

 

Miocarpine®, Ocusert®,

 

 

Pilokair®

 

Pindolol

Visken®

 

Pioglitazone

Actos®

 

Pipecuronium

Arduan®

 

Piperacillin

Pipracil®

 

Pirenzepine

Gastrozepin®

 

Piretanide

Arelix®, Diumax®

 

Pizotifen =

Litec®, Mosegor®,

 

pizotyline

Sandomigran®

 

Polidocanol

Thesit®

 

Pralidoxime

Protopam Chloride®

 

Pramipexole

Sifrol®

 

Pranlukast

Ultair®

 

Pravastatin

Lipostat®, Pravachol®

 

Prazepam

Centrax®

 

Praziquantel

Biltricide®

 

Prazosin

Hypovase®, Minipress®

 

Prednisolone

Ak Pred®, Articulose®,

 

 

Codelsol®, Cortalone®,

 

 

Delta-Cortef®, Deltas-

 

 

tab®, Econopred®,

 

 

Hydeltrasol®, Inflamase®,

 

 

Key-Pred®, Metalone®,

 

 

Metreton®, Pediapred®,

 

 

Predate®, Predcor®,

 

 

Predenema®, Predfoam®,

 

 

Prednesol®, Prelone®

 

Prednisone

Meticorten®, Orasone®,

 

 

Panasol®, Winpred®

 

Prilocaine

Citanest®, Xylonest®

 

Primaquine

Primaquine®

 

Primidone

Myidone®, Mysoline®,

 

 

Sertan®

 

Probenecid

Benemid®, Probalan®

 

Probucol

Lovelco®

 

Procainamide

Procan SR®, Promine®,

 

 

Pronestyl®, Rhythmin®

 

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Procaine

 

Novocaine®

Rifampin (rifampicin)

Rifadin®, Rimactan®

 

 

Progabide

 

Gabren(e)®

Risedronate

Actonel®

 

 

Progesterone

Cyclogest®, Femotrone®,

Risperidone

Risperdal®

 

 

 

 

Gestone®, Progestasert®

Ritonavir

Norvir®

 

 

Proguanil

 

Paludrine®

Rivastigmine

Exelon®

 

 

Promethazine

Anergan®, Avomine®,

Rizatriptan

Maxalt®

 

 

 

 

Ganphen®, Mallergan®,

Rocuronium

Zemuron®

 

 

 

 

Pentazine®, Phenazine®,

Rofecoxib

Vioxx®

 

 

 

 

Phenergan®, Prometh®,

Rolitetracycline

Reverin®, Transcycline®,

 

 

 

 

Prorex®, Provigan®,

 

Velacycline®

 

 

 

 

Remsed®

Ropinirole

ReQuip®

 

 

Propafenone

Arhythmol®, Rhythmol®

Rosiglitazone

Avandia®

 

 

Propofol

 

Diprivan®

Roxithromycin

Rulid®

 

 

Propranolol

Berkolol®, Cardinol®,

 

 

 

 

 

 

Detensol®, Inderal®

S

 

 

 

Propylthiouracil

Propyl-Thyracil®

 

 

 

Pyrantel pamoate

Antiminth®, Comban-

 

 

 

 

 

 

trin®

Salazosulfapyridine

Azaline®, Azulfidine®, S.

 

 

Pyrazinamide

Aldinamide®, Tebrazid®,

(sulfasalazine)

A.S.-500®, Salazopyrin®

 

 

 

 

Zinamide®

Salbutamol

see Albuterol®

 

 

Pyridostigmine

Mestinon®, Regonol®

Salicylic acid

Acnex®, Sebcur®, Sol-

 

 

Pyridoxine

Bee-six®, Complement

 

uver®, Trans-Ver-Sal®

 

 

 

 

Continus®, Hexa-Beta-

Sameterol

Serevent®

 

 

 

 

lin®, Pyroxine®

Saquinavir

Fortovase®, Invirase®

 

 

Pyridylcarbinol

Roniacol®, Ronicol®

Scopolamine

Scopoderm TTS®, Trans-

 

 

Pyrimethamine

Daraprim®

 

derm Scop®,

 

 

Pyrimethamine +

Fansidar®

 

Triptone®

 

 

sulfadoxine

 

Selegeline

Carbex®, Deprenyl®,

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eldepryl®

 

 

Q

 

 

Senna

Black Draught®, Fletch-

 

 

 

 

 

er’s Castoria®, Genna®,

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gentle Nature®, Nytilax®,

 

 

Quazepam

Doral®

 

Senokot®, Senolax®

 

 

Quinacrine

Atabrine®

Sertindole*

Serlect®

 

 

Quinagolide

Norprolac®

Sertraline

Gladem®, Zoloft®

 

 

Quinapril

 

Accupril®

Sevoflurane

Sevorane®

 

 

Quinidine

 

Cardioqin®, Cin-Quin®,

Sibutramine

Reductil®

 

 

 

 

Kiditard®, Kinidin®,

Sildenafil

Viagra®

 

 

 

 

Quinalan®, Quinidex®,

Simethicone

Gas.X®, Mylicon®,

 

 

 

 

Quinora®

 

Phazyme®, Silain®

 

 

Quinine

 

Quinaminoph®,

Simvastatin

Zocor®

 

 

 

 

Quinamm®, Quine®,

Sirolimus

Rapamune®

 

 

 

 

Quinite®

Somatorelin

GHRH-Ferring®

 

 

 

 

 

Somatostatin

Aminopan®

 

 

R

 

 

Somatotropin

Genotropin®, Saizen®

 

 

 

 

Sorbitol

Yal®

 

 

 

 

 

Sotalol

Sotacor®

 

 

Rabeprazole

AcipHex®, Pariet®

Spironolactone

Aldactone®, Spiroctan®

 

 

Raloxifene

 

Evista®

Stavudine

Zerit®

 

 

Ramipril

 

Altace®

Stibogluconate

Pentostam®

 

 

Ranitidine

 

Zantac®

sodium

 

 

 

Rapamycin

see Sirolimus®

Streptokinase

Kabikinase®, Streptase®

 

 

Rasburicase

Fasturtec®

Streptomycin

Strepolin®, Streptosol®

 

 

Reboxetine

Edronax®, Solvex®,

Succinylcholine

Anectine®, Quelicin®,

 

 

 

 

Vestra®

 

Succostrin®

 

 

Repaglinide

Actulin®, NovoNorm®,

Sucralfate

Antepsin®, Carafate®,

 

 

 

 

Pradin®

 

Sulcrate®

 

 

Reserpine

 

Sandril®, Serpalan®,

Sufentanil

Sufenta®

 

 

 

 

Serpasil®, Zepine®

Sulbactam

Combactam®

 

 

Reteplase

 

Rapilysin®

Sulfadoxine + pyri-

Fansidar®

 

 

Ribavirin

 

Rebetol®, Virazole®

methamine

 

 

 

Rifabutin

 

Mycobutin®

Sulfalen

Longum®

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Sulfamethoxazole

Gamazole®, Gantanol®,

 

Methanoxanol®

Sulfapyridine

Dagenan®

Sulfisoxazole

Gantrisin®, Gulfasin®

Sulfasalazine

see Salazosulfapyridine®

Sulprostone

Nalador®

Sumatriptan

Imitrex®

Suramine

Bayer 205®, Germanin®

Suxamethonium

see Succinylcholine®

T

t-PA (= alteplase)

Activase®

Tacrine

Cognex®

Tacrolimus

Prograf®

Tadalafil

Cialis®

Talinolol

Cordanum®

Tamoxifen

Nolvadex®, Tamofen®

Tamsulosin

Flomax®

Tazobactam +

Zosyn®

piperacillin

Micardis®

Telmisartan

Temazepam

Euhypnos®, Normison®,

 

Restoril®

Tenecteplase

Metalyse®

Teniposide

Vumon®

Terazosin

Hytrin®

Terbutaline

Brethine®, Bricanyl®

Terfenadine

Seldane®, Triludan®

Teriparatide

Forteo®

Tertatolol

Prenalex®

Testosterone

Restandol®, Sustanon®

Testosterone

Androcyp®, Andronate®,

cypionate

Duratest®, Testoject®

Testosterone

Andro®, Delatestryl®,

enantate

Everone®, Testone®

Testosterone

Testex®

propionate

Andriol®

Testosterone

undecanoate

Anethaine®, Pontocaine®

Tetracaine

Tetracycline

Achromycin®, Supramy-

 

cin®

Tetryzoline

Collyrium®, Murine®,

(= tetrahydrozoline)

Tyzine®, Visine®

Thalidomide

Contergan®, Synovir®

Theophylline

Aerolate®, Bronkodyl®,

 

Constant-T®, Elixophyl-

 

lin®, Lasma®, Nuelin®,

 

Pro-Vent®, Quibron-T®,

 

Slo-bid®, Slo-Phylli®, So-

 

mophyllin-T®, Sustaire®,

 

Theolair®, Uniphyl®

Thiabendazole

Mintezol®

Thiamazole

see Methimazole®

Thiamine

Vitamine B1®

Thiopental

Pentothal®, Trapanal®

Thio-TEPA

Thiotepa Lederle®

Thrombin

Thrombinar®,

 

Thrombostat®

Thyrotropin

Thyrogen®

Thyroxine

Choloxin®, Eltroxin®

 

Tiagabine

Gabitril®

 

Ticarcillin

Ticar®, Timentin®

 

Ticlopidine

Ticlid®

 

Timolol

Betimol®, Blocadren®,

 

 

Timoptic®, Timoptol®

 

Tinidazol

Fasigyn(CH)®, Simplo-

 

 

tan®, Sorquetan®

 

Tiotropium

Spiriva®

 

Tirofiban

Aggrastat®

 

Tobramycin

Nebcin®, Tobralex®,

 

 

Tobrex®

 

Tocainide

Tonocard®

 

Tolbutamide

Mobenol®, Oramide®,

 

 

Orinase®, Rastinon®

 

Tolcapone

Tasmar®

 

Tolonium chloride

Klot®, Toazul®

 

Topiramate

Topamex®

 

Topotecan

Hycamtin®

 

Tramadol

Tramal®

 

Trandolapril

Mavik®

 

Tranexamic acid

Cyklokapron®

 

Tranylcypromine

Parnate®

 

Trastuzumab

Herceptin®

 

Trazodone

Desyrel®, Trialodine®

 

Triamcinolone

Adcortyl®, Aristocort®,

 

 

Kenacort®, Ledercort®,

 

 

Volon®

 

Triamcinolone

Adicort®, Azmacort®,

 

acetonide

Kenalog®, Kenalone®,

 

 

Triam-A®

 

Triamterene

Dyrenium®, Dytac®

 

Triazolam

Halcion®

 

Trichlormethiazide

Metahydrin®, Naqua®,

 

 

Trichlorex®

 

Triiodthyronine

Cytomel®

 

(= liothyronine)

Arfonad®

 

Trimetaphan

 

Trimethoprim

Ipral®, Monotrim®,

 

 

Proloprim®, Trimpex®

 

Triptorelin

Decapeptyl®, Trelstar

 

 

Depot®

 

Troglitazone

Rezulin®

 

Tropisetron

Navoban®

 

Tubocurarine

Jexin®, Tubarine®

 

Tyrothricin

Hydrotricin®, Tyrozets®

 

U

Urokinase Abbokinase®, Ukidan®

V

Valaciclovir

Valtrex®

Valdecoxib

Bextra®

Valganciclovir

Valcyte®

Valproic acid

Depakene®

Valsartan

Diovan®, Provas®

Vancomycin

Vancocin®

Vardenafil

Levitra®

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Vasopressin

Pitressin®

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vecuronium

Norcuron®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Venlafaxine

Effexor®

Xanthinol nicotinate

Complamin

®

 

 

 

Verapamil

 

Berkatens®, Calan®, Cor-

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ximelagatran

Exanta®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

dilox®, Isoptin®, Secur-

Xylometazoline

 

®

, Neosy-

 

 

 

 

 

on®, Univer®, Verelan®

Chlorohist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

®

, Otrivin

®

 

 

Vidarabine

Vira-A®

 

nephrine II

 

,

 

 

 

®

 

®

 

 

 

Vigabatrin

 

Sabril®

 

Sinutab

, Sustaine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vinblastine

Velban®, Velbe®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vincristine

Oncovin®

Z

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Viomycin

 

Celiomycin®,Vinactane®,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vitamin B6

Viocin®, Vionactane®

Zafirlukast

Accolate®

 

 

 

 

 

Bee Six®, Hexa-Betalin®,

Zalcitabine

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pyroxine®

Hivid

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vitamin B12

Zaleplone

Sonata®

 

 

 

 

 

Bay-Bee®, Berubigen®,

Zanamivir

Relenza

®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Betalin 12®, Cabadon®,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zidovudine

Retrovir®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cobex®, Cyanoject®, Cyo-

Ziprasidone

Geodon®, Zeldox®

 

 

 

 

 

min®, Pemavit®, Redis-

Zolmitriptan

Ascotop®, Zomig-ZMT®

 

 

 

 

ol®, Rubesol®, Sytobex®,

Zolpidem

Ambien®, Bicalm®,

 

 

 

 

 

Vibal®

 

Stilnox®

 

 

 

 

 

Vitamin D

 

Calciferol®, Drisdol®,

Zopiclone

Amoban®, Amovane®,

 

 

 

 

D-Vi-sol®

 

Imovane®, Zimovane®

 

 

W

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Warfarin

 

Coumadin®, Marevan®,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panwarfin®, Sofarin®

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Subject Index

 

 

 

Subject Index

 

 

 

A

 

Addison disease, 244

 

 

Abciximab, 154

Adenohypophyseal hormone, 238

 

 

Adenohypophyseal lobe, 238

 

 

Absorbent powders, 180

Adenosine-5-diphosphate (ADP), 154

 

 

Absorption, 46

Adenosine triphosphatases (ATPases), 134

 

 

enteral, 22

Adenylate cyclase, 66

 

 

Absorption quotient, 22

Aδ fibers, pain, 194

 

 

Acamprosate, 344

Administration routes, 12

 

 

Acarbose, 264

buccal, 18

 

 

Accumulation equilibrium, 48

dermatological, 16

 

 

Acebutolol, 98

cream, 16

 

 

ACE inhibitors, 128, 314

dusting powder, 16

 

 

cardiac failure, 128

hydrogel, 16

 

 

congestive heart failure, 322

lotions, 16

 

 

hypertension, 128

ointment, 16

 

 

indicators, 128

inhalation, 14

 

 

kinins, 128

intramuscular injection, 18

 

 

myocardial infarction, 320

intravenous, 18

 

 

undesired effects, 128

oral, 12

 

 

Acetaldehyde, 344

subcutaneous injection, 18

 

 

Acetaminophen, 198, 334, 336

sublingual, 18

 

 

suicide and poisoning, 198

transdermal, 18

 

 

Acetic acid, 344

Adrenaline see Epinephrine

 

 

Acetylcholine, 86, 104

Adrenergic synapses, 86

 

 

motor function, 182

Adrenocortical suppression, 246

 

 

nicotine, 112

Adrenocorticotrophic hormone

 

 

parasympathetic transmitter, 102

(ACTH), 192, 244

 

 

parasympathomimetics, 106

Adrenoreceptors, 86

 

 

Acetylcholinesterase, 104, 310

metabolic effects, 88

 

 

parasympathomimetics, 106

smooth muscle effects, 88

 

 

 

Acetylcoenzyme A, 104, 158

subtypes, 88

 

 

N-Acetylcysteine, 336

α-Adrenoreceptors, 334

 

 

N-acetylneuramininic acid, 288

α2- agonists, 346

 

 

Acetylsalicylic acid (ASA), 6, 154, 200

α-blockers, nonselective, 94

 

 

common cold, 336

β-Adrenoreceptors, 314

 

 

migraine, 334

β2-adrenoreceptors, 314, 318

 

 

presystemic effect, 154

antagonists see β-blockers

 

 

N-Acetyltransferase 2 defects, 78

Adriamycin, 300

 

 

Aciclovir, 288

Adverse drug effects, 70–76

 

 

Acid neutralization agents, 170

drug allergy, 72

 

 

Acid production inhibitors, 170

hypersensitivity, 70

 

 

Acipimox, 160

non selectiveness of drugs, 70

 

 

Acrolein, 300

overdose, 70

 

 

ACTH, 192, 244

Adverse drug reactions, 74

 

 

Action potential, 138

Aglycones, 178

 

 

muscle relaxants, 186

Agranulocytosis, 242

 

 

Active secretion, 40

AIDS treatment, 290

 

 

Acute coronary syndrome, 320

Akathisia, 234

 

 

Acylaminopenicillins, 272

Albumin, 30

 

 

Adalimumab, 332

Albuterol, 338

 

 

Addictive potential

 

 

 

amphetamine, 92

 

opioids, 208

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Alcohol abuse, 344 brain, 344

CNS effects, 344 liver, 344

Alcoholic hallucinations, 344 Alcuronium, 184 Aldosterone antagonists, 168 Alendronate, 330

Allergic reactions, 72 anaphylactic reaction, 72 contact dermatitis, 72 cytotoxic reaction, 72 immune-complex vasculitis, 72

Allergic rhinoconjunctivitis, 338 Allopurinol, 300, 326 Allosteric antagonism, 60 Alloxanthine, 326

Aloë species, 178 Alprazolam, 222 Alteplase, 150 Alzheimer disease, 106

Amanita muscaria, 236 Amantadine, 188, 288 Ambroxole, 336

AMDE (absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion), 46

Amebiasis, 296 Amethopterin, 300 Amfebutamon, 112 Amikacin, 280, 282 Amiloride, 168, 314 p-Aminobenzoic acid, 274

γ-Aminobutyric acid (GABA) see Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA)

ε-Aminocaproic acid, 150 Aminoglycoside antibiotics, 278, 280 p-Aminohippurate, 30 p-Aminomethylbenzoic acid, 150 6-Aminopenicillanic acid, 270 Aminopterin, 300 p-Aminosalicyclic acid, 282 Amlodipine, 126

Amorolfine, 284

Amoxicillin, 272

Helicobacter pylori eradication, 172 Amphetamine, 92

Amphiphilic property, local anesthetic, 206 Amphotericin B, 284

Ampicillin, 272

Amprenavir, 290 Anabolic steroids, 248 Anakinra, 304, 332 Analgesics, 194

antipyretic, 198, 336 Analogous drugs, 10 Anaphylactic reaction, 72, 338

penicillins, 74

Anaphylactic shock, 338 Anaphylactoid reaction, 156 Anastrozole, 256 Androgens, 248

Anemia, 142

Anesthesia balanced, 214 conduction, 202

general see General anesthesia infiltration, 202

injectable see Injectable anesthetics local see Local anesthetics

spinal, 202, 214 surface, 202, 336

Anesthetics, inhalation, 214, 216 Angina pectoris, 316

acute attack, 318 β-blockers, 96 cardiac drugs, 132 organic nitrates, 124 pain, 194 prophylaxis, 318

Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE), 34, 128, 162, 314

inhibitors see ACE inhibitors Angiotensin II, 314 Angle-closure glaucoma, 346

Anhalonium lewinii, 236 Anopheles mosquitoes, 294 Anorexiants, 92, 328 Antacid drugs, 170 Antagonism

allosteric, 60 functional, 60 Antagonists, 60 competitive, 60

natural, 60

Anthracycline antibiotics, 300 Anthraquinone derivatives, 178 Antiadrenergics, 100 Antiallergic therapy, 338 Antiandrogens, 248 Antianemics, 140

adverse effects, 142 interactions, 142 Antianginal drugs, 318

Antiarrhythmic drugs, 136

of local anesthetic type, 136 Antibacterial drugs, 268

bactericidal effect, 268 bacteriostatic effect, 268 broad-spectrum, 268 diarrhea, 180

Helicobacter pylori, 172 narrow-spectrum, 268 see also specific antibiotics

Antibiotic resistance, 268

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Anticancer drugs, 298, 300 mechanism of action, 302 see also Chemotherapy

Anticholinergics, 188 Anticoagulants, oral, 146 Antidepressants

atypical, 228

selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, 226, 228 tricyclic, 228

Antidiabetics, oral, 264 Antidiarrheal agents/therapy, 180 Antidiuretic hormone, 164 Antidotes, 308

Antiemetics, 116, 342

Antiepileptics, 190 adverse effects, 192 psychomotor drive, 192

Antiestrogen, 254

Antiflatulents, 178

Antigen recognition interference, 304 Antigens, 72

Antihelmintics, 292

Antihistamines, 220

H1-antihistaminics see H1 antihistaminics H2-antihistamines, 17

Antihypertensive therapy, 162 Antileprotic drugs, 282 Antimalarials, 294

chemoprophylaxis, 294 tolerability, 294

Antineoplastic drugs see Anticancer drugs Antiparasitic drugs, 292 Antiparkinisonism agents, 116, 188 Antiplatelet drugs, 320

Antiprogestin, 254 Antipyretic analgesics, 198, 336 Anti-T-cell immune serum, 306 Antithrombin III, 148 Antithrombotics, 144 Antithyroid drugs, 242 Antitubercular drugs, 282 Antitussive effect, opioids, 210 Antiviral mechanisms, 286

Anxiolytic effect, sedatives, 220 Anxiolytics, 220

Aortic pressure, 316 Apomorphine, 116, 308 Apoptosis, 298

Appetite suppressants, 92, 328 Aquaporins, 164

type 2, 168 Aquaporins, type 2, 168 Arachidonic acid, 196

Area under curve (AUC), 46

Areca catechu, 106 Arecoline, 106

Aromatase, 256

female reproductive phase, 256 inhibitors, 256

Arrhythmias, 134

Artemesinin, 294 Arteriolar vasodilators, 122 Asparaginase, 302

Asthma see Bronchial asthma Astringents, 180

AT1 receptor antagonist, 314 Atenolol, 98, 334 Atherosclerosis, 314

Atopic dermatitis, 338 Atopic eczema, 338 Atopy, 338 Atoquavone, 294 Atorvastatin, 160 Atosiban, 130 Atracurium, 184

Atrial fibrillation, 134, 136 Atrioventricular node, 136

Atropa belladonna, 6, 7 Atropine, 108, 310

poisoning, 110

Atypical antidepressants, 228 Atypical neuroleptics, 234

extrapyramidal motor reactions, 234 Auranofin, 332

Aurothioglucose, 332

Aurothiomalate, 332

Autacoids, 190, 196 Autonomic nervous system, 84

nicotine, 112

Autonomic reflex responses, general anesthesia, 214

Autumn crocus, 6

AV block, bradycardia, 96 Axoplasm, 204 Azapropazone, 200 Azathioprine, 300, 304, 332 Azithromycin, 278 Azlocillin, 272

B

Bacitracin, 270, 272 Baclofen, 182 Bacterial diarrhea, 180

Bacterial infections, 268 Bacterial protein synthesis, 278 Bactericidal effect, 268 Bacteriostatic effect, 268

Bad trip, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), 236

Balanced anesthesia, 214 Balloon catheter, 320

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Barbiturates, 220

Basiliximab, 304 Bateman function, 46

Beclomethasone dipropionate, 246, 338 Benserazide, 188

Benzobromarone, 326

Benzocaine, 206, 336 Benzodiazepines, 132, 182, 220, 222

alcohol abuse, 344 antagonists, 222 effects, 222 emesis, 342

myocardial infarction, 320 pharmacokinetics, 224 status epilepticus, 192

Benzothiadiazines, 166 Benztropine, 188 Benzylpenicillin, 270 Berlin blue, 310 β-blockers, 10, 318

angina pectoris, 316 anxiolytic action, 96 bronchial asthma, 96, 98 cardioselectivity, 98 congestive heart failure, 322 glaucoma, 346

membrane stabilizing effect, 98 migraine, 334

myocardial infarction, 320 patentable chemical, 98 β1-selective blockers, 314 structures, 11 therapeutic effects, 96 types, 98

undesired effects, 96 vascular response, 96

Bezafibrate, 160

Bicalutamide, 248

Biguanide, 264

Bilharziasis, 296 Biliary colic, 108 Bimatoprost, 346 Bioavailability (F), 46 Biogenic amines, 116 Biosoprolol, 98 Biotransformation, 74

phase I, 34

phase II (synthetic) reactions, 34 Biperiden, 188

Bipolar illness, 226 Bisacodyl, 178 Bisphosphonates, 330 Bivalirudin, 144

Bladder emptying, opioids, 210 Bleomycin, 300

Blood-brain barrier, 24

Bloodletting, 308 Blood-tissue barrier, 24

brain, 24

cardiac muscle, 24 pancreas, 24

Bmax (maximum drug binding), 56 Body-mass-index (BMI), 328 Bone marrow depression, 198 Botulinus toxin, 182

Bowel atonia, 176 Bradycardia, AV block, 96 Bradykinin, 128

pain, 194 Breast cancers, 254 Brimonidine, 346 Brinzolamide, 346

British Anti-Lewisite (BAL), 308 Broad-spectrum antibiotics, 268 Bromocriptine, 130, 188 Bromohexine, 336

Bronchial asthma, 338, 340 anti-inflammatory therapy, 340 β-blockers, 96, 98

Bronchitis, chronic obstructive, 336 Bronchodilation, 88 Bronchodilators, 130, 340 Brotizolam, 222

Brugmansia species, 110 Buccal administration route, 18 Buchheim, Rudolf, 3 Budesonide, 246, 338 Bufotenin, 236

Bulk gels, 174 Bulk laxatives, 174

Buprenorphine, 212

Bupropion, 112, 228 Buserelin, 248 Busulfan, 300 Butizide, 166

N-Butylscopolamine, 130 Butyrophenone derivatives, 232 Butyrophenones, 232

extrapyramidal disturbance, 232

C

Ca2+-chelators, 144

Cabergoline, 188

Calcinosis, 266

Calcitonin, 266, 330

Calcitriol, 266

Calcium, 330

electromechanical coupling, 266

electrosecretory coupling, 266

homeostasis, 266

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Calcium antagonists, 126, 314, 318 adverse effects, 126

angina pectoris, 316 catamphiphilic, 126 dihydropyridines, 314 migraine, 334

Calmodulin, 88

Caloric restriction, diabetes, 262 cAMP, 88

Camptothecin, 300 Cancer, 298

see also Anticancer drugs

Candida, 280 Candida albicans, 284 Cannabis sativa, 236 Capreomycin, 282 Capsules, 12 Captopril, 128 Carbamates, 106

Carbamazepine, 190, 192 Carbenicillin, 272 Carbidopa, 188

Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors, 346 Carboplatin, 300

Cardiac arrest, 108 Cardiac arrhythmias, 134 Cardiac drugs, 132 Cardiac failure

ACE inhibitors, 128

congestive see Congestive heart failure Cardiac glycosides, 134, 324

atrial flutter, 136

Cardiac inhibition, local anesthetics, 206 Cardiogenic shock, dopamine, 116 Cardiostimulation, 88

Cardiovascular disease, 314 Cardiovascular system, 120 Cardipine, 126 Carfentanyl, 212 Carminatives, 178 Carticaine, 206 Caspofungin, 284

Catamphiphilic calcium antagonists, 126 Catarrh, 336

Catecholamine O-methyltransferase (COMT), 86, 116

inactivation, 90 inhibitors, 188

Catecholamines, 90, 322 actions, 88

Cefalexin, 272

Cefmenoxin, 272

Cefotaxime, 272

Ceftazidime, 272

Ceftraxone, 272

Celecoxib, 200

Cell membrane, drug targets, 20

Cell metabolism disruption, 304 Cell proliferation, inhibition, 304 Cell wall synthesis, inhibitors, 270

Centrally-acting muscle relaxants, 182 Central nervous system, 84

disturbances, 134 nicotine, 112 serotonin, 120

Cephalosporins, 270, 272 Cerivastatin, 160 Cetirizine, 118 Cetrorelix, 238

Cheese, monoamine oxidase inhibitors, 228 Chelating agents, 308

Chemotherapy cytotoxic, 342

sickness induced by, 342 see also Anticancer drugs

Chianti, monoamine oxidase inhibitors, 228 China white, opiate abuse, 210

Chinese hamster ovary cells, 150 Chiral stereoisomers, 62 Chlamydia species, 268 Chlorambucil, 300 Chloramphenicol, 278, 280 Chlordiazepoxide, 224 Chlorguanide, 294 Chloroquine, 294 Chlorphenothane (DDT), 292 Chlorpromazine, 206 Chlorthalidone, 166 Cholecalciferol, 266 Cholecystokinin, 178

Choline acetyltransferase, 104 Cholinergic synapse, 104 Cholinesterase, plasma, 186 Choline-transporter, 104 Cholinoreceptors, pirenzepine, 170 Chronic obstructive bronchitis, 336

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, 108 Chylomicron, 158

Ciclosporin, 38, 304, 306 nephrotoxicity, 306 rheumatoid arthritis, 332

Cimetidine, 118, 172

Ciprofloxacin, 276

Cisplatin, 300, 342

Citalopram, 228 Citrate, 144 Clarithromycin, 172, 278 Clathrin, 26

Claviceps purpurea, 130 Clavulanic acid, 272 Clearance, 44

total (Cltot), 44 Clindamycin, 278 Clinical trials, 80

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Clobazam, 192

Clobutinol, 336

Clofazimine, 282

Clofibrate, 160 Clomethiazole, 192, 344 Clomifene, 252, 254 Clonazepam, 192

drug metabolism, 78 Clonidine, 100, 346 Clopidogrel, 154

Closed angle glaucoma, 110 Clostebol, 248

Clostridium botulinum, 182 Clotrimazole, 284 Clozapine, 234, 236 Coagulation cascade, 144 Cocaine, 92, 236

Codeine, 208, 210, 212, 336 Colchicine, 326

Colchicum autumnale, 6, 7, 326 Colestipol, 160 Colestyramine, 160

Colic biliary, 108 renal, 108

Collagen

platelet aggregation, 154 receptor, 154

Colloidal bismuth, 172 Colon-irritant purgatives, 178 Common cold, 336 Competitive antagonists, 60 Complement, 72

Concentration-binding curves, 56 Concentration-effect curves, 54 Concentration-effect relationship, 54

in vitro experimentation, 54 Conduction anesthesia, 202 Congeneric names, 10 Congestive heart failure, 322, 346

β-blockers, 96 chronic, 134, 322 diuretics, 162

Constipation, parasympatholytics, 110 Contact dermatitis, allergic reactions, 72 Contraceptives, oral, 252

Convallaria majalis, 6 Convulsant toxins, 182 Coronary sclerosis, 316 Coronary spasm, 316 Corpus striatum, 188

Corticotropin releasing hormone, 238, 246 Cortisol, 244

Coryza, 94 Co-trimoxazole, 274 Coumarins, 144, 146

derivatives, 144

Counteregulatory responses, diuretics, 162 Covalent bonding, 58

COX-1, 200

COX-2, 200

COX-2 inhibitors, 332, 340 Coxibs, 200

COX inhibitors, nonselective, 332 Creatine kinase, 320

Crohn disease, 274 Cromolyn, 338

Crystalline zinc insulin, 258 Curare, 184

Curarization, general anesthetics, 214 Cushing syndrome, 244, 304 Cutaneous reactions, 74

Cyanide poisoning, 310 Cyanmethemoglobin, 310 Cyanocobalamin, 140, 310

Cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP), 88

Cyclooxygenase, 154, 196 COX-1, 200

COX-2, 200 inhibitors, 332, 340

Cyclophilin, 306 Cyclophosphamide, 300, 304, 332 Cycloserine, 282

Cyproterone, 248

Cystinuria, 308

Cytarabine, 300 Cytochrome 3A4, 118 Cytochrome P450, 32, 38, 42

inducers, 38 inhibitors, 38 isoenzyme CYP2D6, 78

role in drug interaction, 38 substrates, 38

Cytokine inhibition, 304 Cytostatics, 298, 304

mechanism of resistance, 302 Cytotoxic chemotherapy, 342 Cytotoxic reaction, allergic reactions, 72

D

D2 agonists, 238

D2-receptor antagonists, 342

Daclizumab, 304

Danaparoid, 148

Dantrolene, 182

Darbepoetin, 140

Datura stramonium, 110

Daunorubicin, 300

DDT, 106

Deadly nightshade, 6

Dealkylation, 36

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S-Dealkylation, 36

Deamination, 36 Decarbaminoylation, indirect

parasympathomimetics, 106 Deferoxamine, 308 Dehalogenation, 36 Demulcent lozenges, 336 Demulcents, 180 Dephosphorylation, indirect

parasympathomimetics, 106 Depolarizing muscle relaxants, 186 Depression, 228

bipolar, 226 unipolar, 226

Dermatological administration routes, 16 Dermatophytes, 284

Desflurane, 216 Desmethyldiazepam, 224 Desmopressin, 152, 168 Desogestrel, 252 Desrudin, 148 Desulfuration, 36

Dexamethasone, 192, 244, 342 Dextran, 28, 156

Diabetes mellitus, 258 β-blockers, 98 caloric restriction, 262 hypoglycemia, 96

insulin-dependent, treatment, 260 juvenile onset, 260

maturity onset (Type II), 262 obesity, 262

Diacetylmorphine, 210

Diacylglycerol (DAG), 66 Diarrhea

antidiarrheal agents/therapy, 180 causes, 180

viruses, 180 Diastereomers, 62 Diazepam, 222 Diazoxide, 122 Diclofenac, 200, 326 Dicloxacillin, 272 Didanosine, 290

Diethylenetriaminopentaacetic acid, 308 Diethylstilbestrol, 76

Digitalis, 6

Digitalis glycosides, 322

Digitalis purpurea, 7 Digitoxin, 50, 134 Digoxin, 6, 134

Dihydroergotamine, 324, 334 Dihydrofolate, 274 Dihydrofolate reductase, 302 Dihydropyridine derivatives, 126 Dihydropyridines, 314

L-Dihydroxyphenylalanine, 188 Diltiazem, 126, 318 Dimercaprol, 308

Dimercaptopropanesulfonic acid, 308 4-Dimethylaminophenol, 310 Dinoprost, 130

Dinoprostone, 130, 196

Diphenhydramine, 342 Diphenolmethane derivatives, 178 Dipole-dipole, 58

Dipole-ion interaction, 58 Dipyrone, 198 Disease-modifying agents, 332

Disorientation, parasympatholytics, 110 Disse's spaces, 24

Dissociation constant pKa, 40 Distribution (drug), 46

accumulation, 48, 50 Bateman function, 46 diffusion, 26

drugs in the body, 22–30 possible modes, 28 receptor-mediated endocytosis, 26 transcytosis, 26

transport, 26 volume of, 28

Diuretics, 162

congestive heart failure, 322 counteregulatory responses, 162 extracellular fluid volume, 162 hypertension, 314 potassium-sparing, 168 sulfonamide type, 166 thiazide, 166, 314

DNA function inhibitors, 276 DNA synthesis inhibition, 300 Docetaxel, 298 Domperidone, 334, 342 Donepezil, 106

L-Dopa, 26, 188

Dopa decarboxylase, 188 Dopamine, 116

actions and pharmacological implications, 116 cardiogenic shock, 116 migraine, 334

therapeutic use, 116

Dopamine agonist induced nausea, 342 Dopamine β-hydroxylase, 86 Dopamine D2 agonists, 238

Dopamine D2-receptor antagonists, 342 Dopamine receptor, 334

agonists, 188, 238

Doping, sympathomimetics, indirect, 92 Dorzolamide, 346

Dose-effect relationship, 52 Dose-frequency relationship, 52

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Dose-linear kinetics, 68

Dose response relationship, 52 interindividual differences, 52

Dosing frequency, 48 Doxazosin, 94 Doxorubicin, 300 Doxycycline, 280, 294 Dronabinol, 342 Drug(s)

acting on smooth muscle, 130 elimination see Elimination of drugs motor system, 182

peptic ulcers, 170 sources, 4

Drug allergy, 72 Drug-dependent effects, 80 Drug development, 8–11

approval, 8 clinical testing, 8

preclinical testing, 8 presystemic elimination, 42 synthesis to approval, 9

Drug eruptions, fixed, 74 Drug-induced vomiting, 342 Drug interaction, 32

role of cytochrome P450's, 38 Drug metabolism

hydralazine, 78 nitrazepam, 78

Drug-receptor interaction, 56–70 agonists, antagonists vs., 60 binding forces, 58

plasma concentration over time, 68 Drug targets, 20

cell membrane, 20 receptors, 20 transport proteins, 20

Drug toxicity lactation, 76 pregnancy, 76

Duodenal ulcers, 170 Dutasteride, 248 Dynorphins, 208

E

Ebastine, 118 EC50, 54 Econazole, 284 Ecstasy, 236

Ectoparasitic infestations, 292 Edinger-Westphal nucleus, opioids, 210 Efavirenz, 290

Ef cacy, 60 Eicosanoids, 196

Electroencephalogram, 190, 220

Elimination of drugs, 32–42

change over time course of treatment, 50

Emax, 54

Emesis, 342

Emetics, 308

Enalaprilat, 128

Enantiomers, 62 Enantioselectivity, 62

of af nity, 62

of intrinsic activity, 62 Endogenous opioids, 208 Endoneural space, 204 Endoparasitic infestations, 292 β-Endorphin, 208 Endothelium-derived relaxant factor

(EDRF), 124 Enflurane, 216 Enfuvirtide, 290 Enkephalins, 194, 208 Enoxacin, 276

Entamoeba histolytica, 276 Enterochromaf n cells, 120 Enterochromaf n-like cells, 118, 170 Epilepsy, 190

Epinephrine (adrenaline), 86, 338 cardiac arrest, 136

Epipodophyllotoxins, 300 Epoxidation, 36

Epsom salt, 174

Equilibrium dissociation constant (KD), 56 Erectile dysfunction, 122

Ergocornine, 130

Ergocristine, 130

Ergocryptine, 130

Ergometrine, 130 Ergot alkaloids, 130 Ergotamine, 130, 334 Ergotism, 130 Erythromycin, 278 Erythropoiesis, 140 Erythropoietin, 140 Esomeprazole, 172 Estradiol, 250, 254 Estrogen

antagonist, 330 production, 250 Estrous cycle, 250 Etanercept, 332 Ethambutol, 282 Ethanol, 68, 344

Ethinylestradiol, 250, 252 Ethionamide, 282 Ethosuximide, 192

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA), 144 Etomidate, 218

Etoposide, 300

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Euphoria

 

Follicular growth, 250

indirect sympathomimetics, 92

Follitropin, 252

opioids, 208

Fondaparinux, 148

Euthyroid goiter, thyroid suppression

Formestane, 256

therapy, 240

Formoterol, 338, 340

Evonymus europaeus, 6

Foscarnet, 288

Excretion of drugs, kidney, 40

Fructus sennae, 178

Exemestane, 256

Fulvestrant, 254

Expectorants, 336

Functional antagonism, 60

Extended release drugs, 12

Fungal infections, 284

Extracellular fluid volume, diuretics, 162

Furosemide, 166

Ezetimib, 160

Fusion inhibitors, 290

F

Famciclovir, 288 Famotidine, 118, 172 Felbamate, 192 Felodipine, 126 Felypressin, 168, 204

Female reproductive phase, aromatase, 256 Fenofibrate, 160

Fenoterol, 130, 338, 340

Fentanyl, 22, 212, 214 Ferric ferrocyanide, 310 Fetal alcohol syndrome, 344 Fexofenadine, 118

Fibrinogen bridges, thrombus formation, 152 Fibrinolytics, 150, 320

adverse effect, 150 Fick's law, 26, 44

Fight or flight response, 84 Filariasis, 296

Filgrastim, 300

Finasteride, 248 Fixed eruptions, 74 Fleas, 292 Floxacillin, 272 Flu, 336 Fluconazole, 284 Flucytosine, 284

Fludrocortisone, 244, 324 Flumazenil, 222 Flunarizine, 334 Flunisolide, 246, 338 5-Fluorouracil, 300 Fluoxetine, 120, 228 Flurazepam, 224 Flutamide, 248

Fluticasone propionate, 246, 338 Fluvastatin, 160

Fluvoxamine, 228

Folia sennae, 178 Folic acid, 140

Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), 250 production, 252

G

Gabapentin, 190

Galantamine, 106

Galen, Claudius, 2

Gallopamil, 126

Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), 116, 220 benzodiazepines, 222

epilepsy, 190 Ganciclovir, 288 Ganglia, 86 Ganirelix, 238

Gastric acid concentration lowering, 170 Gastric/intestinal ulcer/tumor, iron deficiency,142 Gastric ulcers, 142, 170

Gastrointestinal tract, serotonin, 120 Gelatin, 156

Gelatin colloids, 156 Gemfibrozil, 160 General anesthesia

anesthetic agents, 212 autonomic reflex responses, 214

Genetic polymorphisms of biotransformation, 32 in drug metabolism, 32

Genetic variants, of pharmacodynamics, 78 Gentamicin, 280

Gestoden, 252

Gingival hyperplasia, 192 Glatiramer acetate, 304 Glauber's salt, 174 Glaucoma, 96, 246, 346

angle-closure, 110, 346 open-angle, 346

Glitazone, 264

Glomerular filtration, 30, 40 Glucocorticoids, 244, 304, 326

antiallergenics, 338 bronchial asthma, 340 emesis, 342

rheumatoid arthritis, 332 Glucose intolerance, lithium, 230 α-Glucosidase, 264

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Glutamate, 190

Glycogenolysis, 88

Glycoprotein Ibα, 152

Glycoprotein IIb receptor antagonists, 320 Glycoprotein Illa receptor antagonists, 320 Goiter

euthyroid, thyroid suppression therapy, 240

lithium, 230

Gold compounds, 332 Gonadorelin, 116, 248

superagonists, 238, 248 Gonadotropin, 252

Gonadotropin releasing hormone, 238 Goserelin, 248

Gout, 326

acute attack, 326

G-protein coupled receptors, 64 mode of action, 66

Granisetron, 342

Granulocyte/macrophage colony stimulating factors, 300

Graves disease, 242 Gravid uterus, 172 Grippe, 336 Griseofulvin, 284 Guanethidine, 100 Gyrase inhibitors, 276

H

H1 antihistaminics, 118, 336, 338 emesis, 342

H1 receptors, 338

H2 antihistamines, 17, 118 Half life (t1/2), 44 Hallucinations, 110

alcoholic, 344 Hallucinogens, 236 Haloperidol, 344 decanoate, 234

Halothane, 216

Haptens, 72 Hay fever, 338

Heart failure see Cardiac failure

Helicobacter pylori, 170 eradication, 172

Helleborus niger, 6 Hemogloblin synthesis, 140 Hemostasis, 144

Henle's loop, 164 Heparin, 144, 148

adverse effects, 148 indications, 148 mechanism of action, 148

occurrence and structure, 148

Heparinoid, 148 Hepatic damage, 280

Hepatic elimination, 32, 44 HER2, 302

Heroin, 210

Herpes simplex, viral replication, 286 High density lipoprotein (HDL), 158 Hirudin, 144, 148

derivatives, 148 His-Purkinje system, 136 Histamine, 116

antagonists, 118

effects and pharmacological properties, 118 metabolism, 118

migraine, 334 pain, 194

receptor blockade, 338 receptors, 118

see also H1 antihistaminics; H2 antihistamines History, pharmacology, 2–3

Histotoxic hypoxia, 310 HIV protease inhibitors, 290 HIV replication, 290

Hohenhiem, Theophrastus von, 2 Homeopathy, 80

Hormone replacement therapy, 330 Hormones, 238

5-HT2 receptors, 334

5-HT3 receptor antagonists, 342

Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), 252 Human insulin, 258

Human parathormone, recombinant, 330 Hydralazine, drug metabolism, 78 Hydrochlorothiazide, 166 Hydrocortisone, 244

Hydromorphone, 212 Hydrophilic colloids, 174 Hydrophobic interaction, 58 Hydroxycarbamide, 300 Hydroxychloroquine, 332 Hydroxycobalamin, 140, 310 4-Hydroxycoumarins, 146 Hydroxyethyl starch, 156 Hydroxylation, 36 Hydroxymethylglutaryl-Co A, 158

17-α-Hydroxyprogesterone caproate, 250

17β-Hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase, 256 Hydroxyurea, 300

Hypercalcemia, 266 Hyperglyceridemia, 262 Hyperhydrosis, 182 Hyperkalemia, 186

Hyperlipoproteinemias, treatment, 158 Hyperparathyroidism, 230 Hypersensitivity to drugs, adverse drug

effects, 70

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Hypertension, 314

amino acid variation, 258

 

 

ACE inhibitors, 128

dosage variations, 258

 

 

risk factors, 314

glargine, 258

 

 

Hyperthermia, parasympatholytics, 110

human, 258

 

 

Hyperthyroidism, 242

intensified insulin therapy, 260

 

 

Hyperuricemia, 326

lispro, 258

 

 

Hyperventilation tetany, 266

recombinant, 258

 

 

Hypnotic drug dependence, 220

resistance, 262

 

 

Hypnotics, 220

solution, 258

 

 

Hypoglycemia, diabetes mellitus, 96, 260

suspension, 258

 

 

Hypoglycemic shock, 260

Insulin-dependent treatment, diabetes

 

 

Hypokalemia, 176, 244

mellitus, 260

 

 

Hypophyseal hormones, 238

Intensified insulin therapy, 260

 

 

Hypotension, 324

Interferon-α, 286

 

 

Hypothalamic hormones, 238

Interferon-β, 286

 

 

Hypothalamus nerve cells, 238

Interferon-γ, 286

 

 

Hypothyroidism

Interferons, 286

 

 

lithium, 230

Interleukin-2, 306

 

 

replacement therapy, 240

International Nonproprietary Names

 

 

Hypoxia

 

(INNs), 10

 

 

histotoxic, 310

International Normalized Ratio, oral anticoagu-

 

 

myocardial, 316

lants, 146

 

 

 

 

Intra-arterial thrombus formation, 152

 

 

I

 

Intramuscular injection, 18

 

 

 

Intravenous administration route, 18

 

 

Ibuprofen, 200

Intrinsic sympathomimetic activity, 98

 

 

Ionic interaction, 58

 

 

Idoxuridine, 286

 

 

Ipecac syrup, 308

 

 

Ifosfamide, 300

 

 

Ipratropium, 130, 132, 136

 

 

IgE inactivation, 338

 

 

Irinotecan, 300

 

 

Imatinib, 302

 

 

Iron compounds, 142

 

 

Imidazole derivatives, 284

 

 

Iron deficiency, 142

 

 

Imipramine, 206

 

 

Iron salts, parental administration, 142

 

 

Immune-complex vasculitis, allergic

 

 

Irritant laxatives, 176

 

 

reactions, 72

 

 

Ischemia, 194

 

 

 

Immune response, 304

 

 

Isoflurane, 216

 

 

inhibition, 304

 

 

Isoniazid, 192, 282

 

 

Immunogens, 72

 

 

drug metabolism, 78

 

 

Indinavir, 290

 

 

Isophane, 258

 

 

Indirect sympathomimetics,

 

 

Isoprenaline, 98

 

 

tachyphylaxis, 92

 

 

Isosorbide dinitrate, 124, 318

 

 

Indometacin, 200, 326

Isosorbide mononitrate, 124, 318

 

 

Infectious disease, 268

 

 

Isoxazolylpenicillins, 272

 

 

Infiltration anesthesia, 202

 

 

Isradipine, 126

 

 

Inflammation, pain, 194

 

 

Itroconazole, 284

 

 

Infliximab, 332

 

 

 

 

 

Influenza, 336

J

 

 

Inhalational administration, 14

 

 

Inhalation anesthetics, 214, 216

 

 

 

Injectable anesthetics, 214, 218

Jazz, opiate abuse, 210

 

 

redistribution, 218

Junk, opiate abuse, 210

 

 

Inositol phosphate, 230

Juvenile onset diabetes mellitus, 260

 

 

Inositol triphosphate (IP3), 66, 88

 

 

 

Insecticides, 292

K

 

 

Insulin, 258

aspart, 258

formulations, 258

Kanamycin, 278, 282

Karaya gum, 174

 

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KD, 30 Kernicterus, 274 Ketamine, 218 Kidney, 40

sodium chloride reabsorption, 164 Kininase II, 128

Kinins, ACE inhibitors, 128

L

β-Lactam antibiotics, 192 β-Lactamases, 272 β-Lactam ring, 270 Lactate acidosis, 264 Lactation, drug toxicity, 76 Lactitol, 174

Lactulose, 174 Laminae, pain, 194 Lamivudine, 290 Lamotrigine, 190, 192 Lansoprazole, 172 Lantoprost, 346

Large bowel irritant purgatives, 178 Law of mass action, 56

assumptions, 56 Laxatives, 174

bulk, 174 irritant, 176 misuse, 176

Lead poisoning, 308 Leflunomide, 332

Legionella pneumophilia, 268 Leishmaniasis, 296 Leishmania species, 268 Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, 192 Lenograstim, 300

Lente, 258 Lepirudin, 144, 148 Letrozole, 256 Leukotrienes, 196

antagonists, 338, 340 Leuprolin, 248

Levodopa (L-dopa), 26, 188

Levomepromazine, 342 Leydig cells, 248

Lice, 292

Lidocaine, 206, 320, 336 Ligand gated ion channels, 64 Ligand operated enzyme, 64 Lincomycin, 278 Lincosamides, 278

Lindane, 292

Linezolide, 280 Lipid-lowering agents, 158 Lipocortin, 244 Lipohypertrophy, 260

Lipoprotein metabolism, 158 Lisuride, 188

Lithium, 230

glucose intolerance, 230 goiter, 230

indicators, 230

sexual dysfunction, 230 Lithium ions, 242

Liver, as an excretory organ, 32 Loading dose, 50

Local anesthetics, 202 amphiphilic property, 206 cardiac inhibition, 206 chemical structure, 206 forms, 202

mechanism of action, 202 nodes of Ranvier, 202 perineurium, 204

tissue esterases, 206 vasoconstrictors, 204

Local hormones, 196 Lomustine, 300 Loop diuretics, 166 Loperamide, 180 Loratadine, 118 Lorazepam, 218, 342 Losartan, 128 Lovastatin, 160

Low density lipoprotein (LDP), 158 Low-molecular-weight heparin fragments, 144,

148 LSD, 120

Lubricant laxatives, 178 Lugol's solution, 242 Lutenizing hormone, 248, 250 Lyell syndrome, 74 Lymphokines, 72

Lysergic acid derivatives, 130

Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), 130, 236 bad trip, 236

Lysine salts, 334

M

Macrocortin, 244

Macrolides, 278

Macromolecules,plasmaproteinreplacement,156 Maintenance dose, 50

Major histocompatibility complex, 304 Malignant neuroleptic syndrome, 232 Malignant tumours, 298

Mania, 230

Manic depressive illness, 226 Mannitol

diuretics, 164 laxatives, 174

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Maprotiline, 228

Mast cell stabilizers, 118, 338 bronchial asthma, 340

Matrix-type tablets, 12 Mebendazole, 292 Mechlorethamine, 300 Meclizine, 342 Medicinal charcoal, 180

Medroxyprogesterone acetate, 250 Megaloblastic anemia, 192 Meloxicam, 200

Melphalan, 300 Meperidine, 130, 212 Mepivacaine, 206 6-Mercatopurine, 300 Merozoites, 294 Mesalazine, 274 Mescaline, 120, 236 Mesterolone, 248 Mestranol, 252 Metabolic syndrome, 262 Metamizole, 198 Metenolone, 248 Metformin, 264 Methadone, 50 L-Methadone, 208 Methamphetamine, 328 Methemoglobin, 310 Methohexital, 218

Methotrexate, 140, 300, 304, 332 Methoxyverapamil, 126 Methylations, 36

N-Methyl D-aspartame, 218

1-α Methyldihydrotestosterone, 248 Methyldopa, 100 Methylenedioxyamphetamine derivatives, 236 Methylergometrine, 130 Methylprednisolone, 342

17-α Methyltestosterone, 248 Methylxathines, 338 Methysergide, 334 Metoclopramide, 334, 342 'Me-too' drugs, 10 Metoprolol, 98, 314, 334 Metronidazole, 276 Mevalonic acid, 158 Mezclocillin, 272

Micromonospora bacteria, 278 Micturition, 102

Midazolam, 218 Mifepristone, 196, 254 Miglitol, 264 Migraine, 334

attack treatment, 334 Mineralocorticoid, 324

Minimal alveolar concentration, 216 Minipill, 252

Minocycline, 280

Minoxidil, 122 Miosis, opioids, 210 Mirtazapine, 228 Misoprostol, 172 Mites, 292

Mitotic spindle damage, 298 Mivacurium, 184

Mixed function oxidases, 32 Mizolastine, 118 Moclobemide, 92, 228 Molgramostim, 300 Molsidomine, 124, 318 Monoamine oxidase, 86

degradation, 90 dopamine, 116

Monoamine oxidase inhibitors, 92, 228 cheese and, 228

Chianti and, 228 MAOI-B, 188

Monoanesthesia, 214

Monoglutamine-FA, 140 Mood change, opioids, 208 Morning-after pill, 252 Morphine, 4, 5, 52, 70, 208

myocardial infarction, 320 Morpholine, 284

Motion sickness, 342 α-Motoneurons, 182

Motor end plate, nicotine, 112 Motor function, 182

Motor system, drugs used for, 182 Mouth dryness, parasympatholytics, 110 Mucolytics, 336

Multidrug resistance associated protein 2 (MRP2), 32

Multiple sclerosis, 304 Murein lattice, 270 Muromonab CD3, 304

Muscarinic (M-) ACh receptors, 104 phenothiazines, 232

Muscinol, 236

Muscle relaxants, 184, 186 clinical uses, 186

Musculature, 84 Myasthenia gravis, 106 Mycobacterial infections, 282

Mycobacterium leprae, 276, 282 Mycobacterium tuberculosis, 268, 276, 282 Mycophenolate mofetil, 304

Mycoses, 284 Mycotoxin amanitin, 160 Mydriatics, 108 Myocardial hypoxia, 316

Myocardial infarction, 194, 320 Myometrial relaxants, 130 Myometrial stimulants, 130

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Myosin, 88

Nitrendipine, 126

 

 

 

Myosin kinase, 88

Nitric oxide, 124

 

 

 

Myristoyl, 290

thrombus formation, 152

 

 

 

 

Nitrogen mustard, 300

 

 

 

N

Nitroglycerin, 22, 124, 318, 320

 

 

 

Nitroimidazle derivatives, 276

 

 

 

Na2Ca-EDTA, 308

Nitrous oxide, 216

 

 

 

Nizatidine, 118, 172

 

 

 

Na2Ca-pentetrate, 308

NMDA (N-methyl D-aspartate), 218

 

 

 

Nabilone, 342

receptor, 190

 

 

 

Nadolol, 334

 

 

 

NMDA receptor antagonist, 344

 

 

 

Naftidine, 284

 

 

 

Nodes of Ranvier, local anesthetics, 202

 

 

 

Nalbuphine, 210

 

 

 

Nondepolarizing muscle relaxants, 184

 

 

 

Nalidixic acid, 276

 

 

 

Non-insulin-dependent diabetes, 262

 

 

 

Naloxone, 210

 

 

 

Nonselective COX inhibitors, 332

 

 

 

Naltrexone, 210

 

 

 

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs),

 

Nandrolone, 248

 

172, 198, 326

 

 

 

Naphazoline, 88, 338

 

 

 

Nonucleoside inhibitors, 290

 

 

 

reactive hyperemia, 94

 

 

 

Noradrenaline see Norepinephrine

 

 

 

Naproxene, 200

 

 

 

Nordiazepam, 224

 

 

 

Naratriptan, 334

 

 

 

Norepinephrine (noradrenaline), 86, 92, 100

 

 

 

Narrow-spectrum antibiotics, 268

 

 

 

transporter, 86, 92

 

 

 

Nasal decongestants, 94

 

 

 

Norfloxacin, 276

 

 

 

Nedocromil, 338

 

 

 

Normal metabolizers, 78

 

 

 

Nefazodone, 228

 

 

 

Noscapine, 210, 336

 

 

 

Nelfinavir, 290

 

 

 

Nuclear factor of activated T cells, 306

 

 

 

Neomycin, 280

 

 

 

Nucleobase synthesis inhibition, 300