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Potassium Channel Opener for Vasodilation
Ergotamine derivative and dopamine agonist that can cause fibrosis
NMDA Antagonist and GABA agonist Anti-Epileptic
5-HT2 antagonist and D2 antagonist antipsychotic that does NOT cause agranulocytosis
Phenothiazine (TCA-like drug) and D2 blocker used to treat drug-induced nausea
Atypical antipsychotic, D2 antagonist with no EPS effects but can cause agranulocytosis, hypersalivation, seizures, tons of bad things
Anti-depressant & 'Clean' TCA without sedative effects
GLP-1 incretin analog that is also DPP-4 resistant
Mu agonist with a neurotoxic metabolite, no pinpoint pupils
Medium-acting glucocorticoid
L-Type Ca+ Channel Blocker with Vasculature Selectivity
Potassium Channel Blocking Sulfonyl-Urea Hypoglycemic
Biguanide Type 2 Diabetes drug that decreases endogenous glucose production
Endogenous Mu Opioid Agonist
Long-Acting BDZ
Long-acting glucocorticoid with 30/0 AIE/MCE
Class 1A Drug
Mu opioid antagonist to treat OD
'Natural' MAO-A Inhibitor and inducer of CYP3A4
Antidote for both BDZ and non-BDZ
Anti-depressant most selective for NE
Anti-psychotic and pure 5-HT2 antagonist, also an NeSRI with some QT prolongation, not a TCA
Fast acting Mu agonist 10 Mo
Class 1B Drug
5-HT2 antagonist and alpha-1 Blocker to treat Raynaud's
Pure Mu agonist
2nd gen. H1 blocker
Non-ergotamine derivative to treat Parkinson's, no fibrosis, no vasospasm
Dopamine agonist and anti-viral used to treat Parkinson's or pseudoparkinson's
Phospholipase A2 Inhibitor
Substance P receptor blocker and Neurokinin-1 receptor blocker in the chemoreceptor trigger zone
Long-acting glucocorticoid with 0/5 AIE/MCE
Glucocorticoid with 1/1 AIE/MCE
Non=BDZ Hypnotics
Alpha-glucosidase Inhibitors used for diabetes treatment
Anti-depressant and tertiary amines inhibiting serotonin & NE fairly evenly
Long-acting glucocorticoid with 35/0 AIE/MCE used to test for Cushing's
Butyrophenone strongly selective in D2 antagonism, with less TCA effects but strong pseudo-Parkinson
Class 1C Drug
HintDrug
5-HT1B/D Anti-Migrane
Parkinson's drug that inhibits COMT
Diabetes treatment that blocks SGLT2
Potassium Channel Opener for Hair Growth
Mu agonist, Alpha-2 antagonist and NaSRI
Bicyclic SSRI that inhibits 2D6 but is also metabolized by 2D6
Drugs to treat pseudo-Parkinson's via anti-cholinergics
Indirect GABA Agonists
Non-sulfonyl-urea insulin release drugs with binding site at K-channel
GABA agonist Hynotic (Killed Michael Jackson)
Sodium Channel Blocking Anti-Epileptic
Anti-depressant most selective for serotonin
Sodium and Potassium Blocking Anti-Epileptic
MAO-A Inhibitor & anti-depressant
NMDA Antagonist and Sodium Channel Blocking Anti-Epileptic
Triglyceride-lowering PPAR-alpha agonist
5-HT1A Agonist Anxiolytic
Ryanodine Receptor Blocker
2nd most selective SSRI with no TCA effects
Intermediate-Acting Insulin
Anti-inflammatory selective for COX II
L-Type Ca+ Channel Blocker with Cardiac Selectivity
Typical neuroleptic and H1 blocker known as 'coast guard cocktail'
Long-Acting Insulin
3rd gen. H1 blocker
Ultrafast-acting Mu agonist broken down in seconds
Barbituates
Parkinson treatment drug that carried pre-dopamine across BBB
Exogenous NMDA Antagonist Anti-Arrhythmic
Atypical neuroleptic that is anti-D2, 5-HT2 antagonist and does not show TCA-effects in low doses only
Anti-cholinergic that can give you bradycardia at low doses and antidote to organophosphate poisoning
Monocyclic SSRI that inhibits CYPs
Treatment for acetaminophen overdose
Endogenous Delta Receptor agonist
ROSA Insulin
NMDA Antagonist/AMPA antagonist/Carbonic anhydrase inhibitor/'Stupimax' Anti-Epileptic
Potassium Channel Blocking Anti-Arrhythmic
Na/K+ ATPase Blocker
LT Receptor blockers
HintDrug
1st gen. H1 Blocker
GABA-B agonist
Mu opioid receptor antagonist and kappa receptor agonist
PPAR-gamma agonist that increases insulin sensitivity
Mu agonist and Kappa-agonist, mixes with acetominophen to make percocet
MAO-B Inhibitor to treat Parkinson's
NMDA Antagonist and Opiod receptor Agonist
Non-Anti-Inflammatory COX Inhibitor
LOX Inhibitor
5-HT2 antagonist and D2 receptor antagonist causing cataracts and hypothyroidism
Short-acting glucocorticoid with 0.8/0.8 AIE/MCE
DPP-4 Inhibitors
Short-Acting BDZ
5-HT2A antagonist and partial 5-HT1A agonist to treat psychosis
5-HT4 agonist and 5-HT3 antagonist and cholinesterase inhibitor used to treat gastroparesis
Endogenous NDMA Antagonist
Strongest Mu agonist
NMDA Antagonist & Anesthetic, known for military use
5-HT3 antagonist used once at the start of chemo, anti-emetic
Phenothiazine used in depot-injections
Beta-blocker with potassium blocking effects
Endogenous glucocorticoid
NSAID: Acetyl salicylic acid
Preferred alternative to verapamil in treatment of paroxysmal supraventicular tachycardia
Alpha-2 blocker causing vasodilation and lowers BP
Mu agonist 6 times stronger than codeine, becomes hydromorphone after CYP2D6 metabolism
T-Type Calcium Channel Blocker (Anti-Seizure)
Neuronal Ca Channel Blocker,
Parkinson's drug that prevents decarboxylation of levodopa
NSAID: Enolic oxicam
H2 blocker
Anti-cholinergic drug used for motion sickness
NSAID: propionic acid, does not cause Reye's syndrome
NSAID: Enolic acid
Endogenous Kappa-Receptor Agonist
Mu agonist and NMDA antagonist with long half-life
Medium-Acting BDZ
NSAID: Acetic Acid

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