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Adrien Kyle M. Jacinto, RPh
Pharmacology: Drug of Choice
Drug Agent DOC for
Streptomycin 1. Tularemia
Oseltamivir 2. Influ...
Adrien Kyle M. Jacinto, RPh
Chlordiazepoxide 37. Delirium Tremens
PCN 38. Infective Endocarditis
Phenytoin 39. Partial Sei...
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Pharmacology: Drug of Choice

It is very important to know and learn the Drug of Choice (DOC) for different aillments.

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Pharmacology: Drug of Choice

  1. 1. Adrien Kyle M. Jacinto, RPh Pharmacology: Drug of Choice Drug Agent DOC for Streptomycin 1. Tularemia Oseltamivir 2. Influenza Tetracaine 3. Spinal Anesthesia Amytriptyline 4. Multiple Sclerosis Betaxolol 5. Emergency HTN Beta Blocker Oxytocin 6. Postpartum Hemorrhage Neostigmine 7. Myasthenia Gravis Promethazine 8. Delayed HTNivity Reaction Levodopa 9. Parkinsons Codeine 10. Dry Itchy Cough Chloramphenicol 11. Typhoid fever Vancomycin 12. Pseudomembranous colitis Acyclvir 13. Herpes Metronidazole 14. Trichomoniasis Lithium Carbonate 15. Mania Omeprazole 16. Peptic Ulcer ORS 17. Mainstay for Diarrhea Diazepam 18. Status Epilepticus Phenobarbital 19. Status Epilepticus in Children Oxytocin 20. Postpartum Breast Engorgement Belladona 21. Neostigmine Induced Diarrhea Epinephrine 22. Anaphylactic Shock Ergotamine 23. Migraine Ferrous Sulfate 24. Microcytic Anemia Carbon Dioxide 25. Persistent Hiccups Ipratropium Bromide 26. Bronchospasm with COPD Imipramine 27. Enuresis Tegaserod 28. Constipation due to IBS in women Misoprostol 29. GI Ulceration Mannitol 30. Cerebral Edema Mannitol 31. Intracranial Pressure Diuretic 32. Mild HTN Carbamazepine 33. Psychomotor seizure Mupirocin 34. Impetigo Nitroprusside 35. Hypertensive Crisis Carbamazepine 36. Trigeminal Neuralgia
  2. 2. Adrien Kyle M. Jacinto, RPh Chlordiazepoxide 37. Delirium Tremens PCN 38. Infective Endocarditis Phenytoin 39. Partial Seizure Phenobarbital 40. Febrile seizure Betanechol 41. Urinary Retention Nicotine 42. Smoking Cessation Magnesium Sulfate 43. Torsade de Pointes Phenytoin/lidocaine 44. Digitalis Induced –Arrythmia Digifab/digibind 45. Suicidal Digoxin Furosemide 46. Pulmonary Edema Adenosine 47. Supraventricular Tachycardia Amiodarone 48. All types of Ventricular tachycardia and Atrial Fibrillation N/A 49. Alternative DOC for Acute Atrial Fibrillation HMG-COA Reducatse Inhinitors 50. Dyslipidemia Fibric Acid 51. First Line for Hypertriglyceridemia N/A 52. Acute Supraventricular tachycardia Morphine 53. MI pain Hirudin 54. Bleeding due to heparin Adenosine 55. Paroxysmal Supraventricular tachyarrythmia Salbutamol 56. Intermittent Occasional Asthma Danazol 57. Endometriosis Tamoxifen 58. Breast Cancer Benztropine 59. Antipsychotic Induced Parkinsonism Procaine 60. DOC local anesthetic for those with liver disease Bupivacaine 61. Amide local anesthetic for labor Methotrexate 62. First Line DMAARDS Propranolol 63. Thyrotoxicosis Glucagon 64. Overdose for beta blocker Halothane 65. General Anesthetic for those with asthma Methoxyflurane 66. Gen. Anesthetic for labor

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