Western drugs/orthopedic tests

Side effects of Statins (HMG-CoA Reductase inhibitors):
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Side effects of dizziness, headache, and flushing:Ca Channel blockers (ending in -dipine)Interacts with diuretics and NSAIDS:ACE inhibitorsCI in patients with asthma and diabetes:Beta blockersAbrupt cessation can cause tachycardia, angina pectoris, and MIBeta blockersCI in thrombocytopenia, hemophilia, pregnancy, malignant hypertension:AnticoagulantsSide effects of Statins:Myalgia, cardiomyopathySide effects of hypokalemia, hypotension,impaired glucose tolerance, increased serum lipids, increased uric acid, sudden cardiac death:DiureticsCI in anuria:DiureticsInteracts with some antibiotics causing ototoxicity:DiureticsInteracts with caffeine, alcohol, and thyramine:MAOIs (Marplan)Side effects of constipation, drowsiness, shakiness, fatigue, decreased libido, weight gain:MAOIs (Marplan)Side effects of anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia, dizziness:SSRIs (Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft)Side effects of decreased libido, amnesia, dizziness, impaired coordination:Benzodiazepines (Zanax, Valium, Ativan)Interacts with alcohol, barbiturates, narcotics, antifungal (caution with driving, depression, smokers):BenzodiazepinesSide effects of lactic acidosis, hypoglycemia:AntidiabeticsSide effects of drowsiness, dry mouth, fatigue (Some can cause hypertension):Antihistamines (benadryl, zyrtec)Side effects of GI upset, hematologic changes, possible ototoxicity, possible severe diarrhea:AntibioticsCan cause decreased effectiveness of hormonal contraceptives, increased risk of fungal overgrowth:AntibioticsSide effects of GI bleeding, ulcers, tinnitus, increased risk of thrombotic event in some:NSAIDS (Advil, Celebrex)CI in gastric ulcers and patients with a history of MI or stroke:NSAIDSSide effects of local bone loss, local immune suppression:Corticosteroids (Prednisone)CI in fungal infection and immunosuppressed patients:CorticosteroidsCaution with Vancomycin (antibiotic) and Gentamycin (antibiotic):Ototoxicity, nephrotoxicityDeposits in teeth and bones:TetracyclineCan have side effects of CNS effects, seizures:CiprofloxacinCan have side effects of tendon effects:Levofloxacin (antibiotic)Caution with Acetaminophen (Tylenol):Liver stressWarning for ACE inhibitors:HyperkalemiaWarning for diuretics:DehydrationWarning for Ca channel blockers:Excessive vasodilationWarning for Beta blockers:WithdrawalWarning for Statins:MyalgiaWarning for anticlotting:HemorrhageWarning for antiplatelets:Increased bleedingEmpty can tests:SupraspinatusApley's scratch test tests:Supraspinatus and ROMExternal Rotation lag sign tests:Infraspinatus & Teres MinorLift Off; Internal rotation tests:SubscapularisAllen's test tests:Thoracic outlet syndromePhalen's, reverse phalen's, and Tinnel's sign test:Carpal TunnelFinklestein's test tests:DeQuervain's tenosynovitis of the thumbYergason's test tests:Biceps and bicipital tendonCozen's test:Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)Golfer's elbow test:Medial epicondylitisDrawer's test-->pain/movement ANTERIORLY:ACL (anterior cruciate ligament)Drawer's test-->pain/movement POSTERIORLY:PCL (posterior cruciate ligament)Apley's test-->pain/clicking LATERAL distraction:LCL (lateral collateral ligament)Apley's test-->pain/clicking MEDIAL distraction:MCL (medial collateral ligament)Valgus stress test:MCL damage (medial) Knock-kneedVarus stress test:LCL damage (lateral) Bow-leggedMcMurray's test:Medial or lateral meniscusIn addition to testing for sprain/strain of LCL or MCL, Apley's test tests:Injury to medial or lateral meniscusHoman's sign:Deep vein thrombosisBabinski's:MSPatrick's test:Hip joint lesion or pathology of hip jointOber's test:ITB tightnessMcBurney's:AppendicitisMurphy's point:CholecystitisKernig's:Bacterial meningitisBrudzinski's:Bacterial meningitisStraight leg raise test:SciaticaYeoman's:SI joint issues Lumbar spine, femoral nerve, rectus femoris problems