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TOP 100 GENERIC BRAND NAME DRUGS

trade name, generic, indication, classification
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Vicodin
G: hydrocodone/ acetaminophen
I: pain
C: opiate agonist
Lorcet
G: hydrocodone/ acetaminophen
I: pain
C: opiate agonist
Synthroid
G: levothyroxine
I: hypothyroidism
C: hormone (thyroid)
Levothroid
G: levothyroxine
I: hypothyroidism
C: hormone (thyroid)
Lopressor
G: metoprolol
I: hypertension
C: beta-1 blocker
Toprol
G: metoprolol
I: hypertension
C: beta-1 blocker
Prinivil
G: lisinopril
I: hypertension
C: ACE inhibitor
Zestril
G: lisinopril
I: hypertension
C: ACE inhibitor
Lipitor
G: atorvastatin
I: hypercholesterolemia
C: HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor
Amoxil
G: amoxicillin
I: bacterial infection
C: penicillin
Trimox
G: amoxicillin
I: bacterial infection
C: penicillin
Microzide
G: hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ)
I: hypertension
C: thiazide diuretic
Esidrix
G: hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ)
I: hypertension
C: thiazide diuretic
Zithromax
G: azithromycin
I: bacterial infection
C: macrolide
Glucophage
G: metformin
I: diabetes (type 2)
C: biguanide
Tenormin
G: atenolol
I: hypertension
C: beta-1 blocker
Zocor
G: simvastatin
I: hypercholesterolemia
C: HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor
Xanax
G: alprazolam
I: anxiety
C: benzodiazepine
Lasix
G: furosemide
I: hypertension
C: loop diuretic
Ambien
G: zolpidem
I: isomnia
C: non-benzodiazepine
K-Dur
G: potassium chloride
I: hypokalemia
C: potassium electrolyte
Klor-Con
G: potassium chloride
I: hypokalemia
C: potassium electrolyte
Micro-K
G: potassium chloride
I: hypokalemia
C: potassium electrolyte
Zoloft
G: sertraline
I: depression
C: SSRI
Singulair
G: montelukast
I: antihistamine
C: leukotriene inhibitor
Lexapro
G: escitalopram
I: depression
C: SSRI
Percocet
G: oxycodone/ acetaminophen
I: pain
C: opiate agonist
Tylox
G: oxycodone/ acetaminophen
I: pain
C: opiate agonist
Nexium
G: esomeprazole
I: GERD
C: proton pump inhibitor
Coumadin
G: warfarin
I: blood clots
C: anticoagulant
Motrin
G: ibuprofen
I: inflammation
C: NSAID
Advil
G: ibuprofen
I: inflammation
C: NSAID
Plavix
G: clopidogrel
I: clot prevention
C: platelet inhibitor
Norvasc
G: amlodipine
I: hypertension
C: calcium channel blocker
Deltasone
G: prednisone
I: inflammation (adrenal) insufficiency
C: corticosteroid
Keflex
G: cephalexin
I: infection
C: cephalosporin
Prozac
G: fluoxetine
I: depression
C: SSRI
Serafem
G: fluoxetine
I: depression
C: SSRI
Ventolin
G: albuterol
I: bronchospasm
C: beta-2 agonist
Proventil
G: albuterol
I: bronchospasm
C: beta-2 agonist
Zyrtec
G: ceftirizine
I: allergies
C: H1 blocker
Dyazide
G: triamterene/ HCTZ
I: hypertension
C: diuretic combination
Maxzide
G: triamterene/ HCTZ
I: hypertension
C: diuretic combination
Darvocet
G: proproxyphene/ acetaminophen
I: pain
C: non-opiate agonist
Wygesic
G: proproxyphene/ acetaminophen
I: pain
C: non-opiate agonist
Ativan
G: lorazepam
I: anxiety
C: benzodiazepine
Prilosec
G: omeprazole
I: GERD
C: proton pump inhibitor
Prevacid
G: lansoprazole
I: GERD
C: proton pump inhibitor
Klonopin
G:clonazepam
I: anxiety
C: benzodiazepine
Ultram
G: tramadol
I: pain
C: non-opiate agonist
Augmentin
G: amoxicillin/ clavulanate
I: infection
C: penicillin
Vytorin
G: ezetimibe/ simvastatin
I: hypercholestrerolemia
C: cholesterol absorption inhibitor/ HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor
Cipro
G: ciprofloxacin
I: infection
C: quinolone antibiotic
Flexeril
G: cyclobenzaprine
I: muscle spasm
C: skeletal muscle relaxant
Advair Diskus
G: fluticasone/ salmeterol
I: asthma
C: steroid/ bronchodilator
Neurontin
G: gabapentin
I: seizures
C: anticonvulsant
Bactrim
G: sulfamethoxazole/ trimethoprim
I: infection
C: sulfonalamide
Septra
G: sulfamethoxazole/ trimethoprim
I: infection
C: sulfonalamide
Allegra
G: fexofenadine
I: allergies
C: H1 blocker
Ortho Tri-Cyclen
G: norgestimate
I: birth control
C: contraceptive
Effexor
G: venlafaxine
I: depression
C: antidepressant
Zestorectic
G: lisinopril/ HCTZ
I: hypertension
C: ACE inhibitor/ thiazide diuretic
Prinzide
G: lisinopril/ HCTZ
I: hypertension
C: ACE inhibitor/ thiazide diuretic
Celexa
G: citalpram
I: depression
C: SSRI
Protonix
G: pantoprazole
I: GERD
C: proton pump inhibitor
Paxil
G: paroxetine
I: depression
C: SSRI
Desyrel
G: trazodone
I: depression
C: tricyclic
Aleve
G: naproxen
I: inflammation
C: NSAID
Naprosyn
G: naproxen
I: inflammation
C: NSAID
Anaprox
G: naproxen
I: inflammation
C: NSAID
Mevacor
G: lovastatin
I: hypercholesterolemia
C: HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor
Glucotrol
G: glipizide
I: diabetes (type 2)
C: sulfonylurea
Diovan
G: valsartan
I: hypertension
C: angiotensin-2-receptor blocker (A2RB)
Fosamax
G: alendronate
I: osteoporosis
C: bone resorption inhibitor
Flovent
G: fluticasone
I: asthma
C: corticosteroid
Flonase Inhaler
G: fluticasone
I: asthma
C: corticosteroid
Yasmin
G: ethinyl estradiol/ drospirenone
I: birth control
C: contraceptive
Yaz
G: ethinyl estradiol/ drospirenone
I: birth control
C: birth control
Zetia
G: ezetimibe
I: hypercholesterolemia
C: cholesterol absorption inhibitor
Tylenol No.2/ No.3/ No.4
G: acetaminophen/ codeine
I: pain
C: non-narcotic/ opiate agonist
Crestor
G: rosuvastatin
I: hypercholesterolemia
C: HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor
Levaquin
G: levofloxacin
I: infection
C: quinolone antibiotic
Elavil
G: amitriptyline
I: depression
C: tricyclic antidepressant
Valium
G: diazepam
I: anxiety
C: benzodiazepine
Vasotec
G: enalapril
I: hypertension
C: ACE inhibitor
Diovan
G: valsartan/ HCTZ
I: hypertension
C: angiotensin-2-receptor blocker (AR2B)
Lanoxin
G: digoxin
I: tachycardia
C: inotrope
Zantac
G: ranitidine
I: GERD
C: H2 blocker
Cymbalta
G: duloxetine
I: depression
C: SSRI
Diflucan
G: fluconazole
I: candidiasis
C: antifungal
Actos
G: pioglitazone
I: diabetes (type 2)
C: thiazolidinedione
Wellbutrin
G: bupropion
I: depression
C: aminoketone
OxyContin
G: oxycodone
I: pain
C: opiate agonist
Soma
G: carisoprodol
I: muscle spasm
C: skeletal muscle relaxant
Premarin
G: conjugated estrogen
I: menopause
C: hormone (estrogen)
Zyloprim
G: allopurinol
I: gout
C: xanthine oxdase inhibitor
Vibramycin
G: doxycycline
I: infection
C: tetracycline
Doryx
G: doxycycline
I: infection
C: tetracycline
Cardizem
G: diltiazem
I: hypertension
C: calcium channel blocker
Dilacor
G: diltiazem
I: hypertension
C: calcium channel blocker
Medrol
G: methylprednisolone
I: inflammation
C: corticosteroid
Celebrex
G: celecoxib
I: pain, inflammation
C: COX-2 inhibitor
Flomax
G: tamsulosin
I: prostate enlargement
C: prostate receptor antagonist
Seroquel
G: quetiapine
I: schizophrenia
C: antipsychotic
Catapres
G: clonidine
I: hypertension
C: alpha receptor agonist
Nasonex
G: mometasone
I: allergies
C: corticosteroid
Tricor
G: fenofibrate
I: hypercholesterolemia
C: lipid lowering agent
Lantus
G: insulin glargine
I: diabetes (type 1 or 2)
C: insulin
Viagra
G: sildenafil
I: erectile dysfunction
C: 5A-phosphodiesterase inhibitor
Zyprexia
G: olanzapine
I: schizophrenia
C: antipsychotic
Altace
G: ramipril
I: hypertension
C: ACE inhibitor
Phenergan
G: promethazine
I: nausea
C: antiemetic
Coreg
G: carvedilol
I: hypertension
C: beta-1 & beta-2 blocker
Imdur
G: isosorbide mononitrate
I: angina
C: vasodilator
Ismo
G: isosorbide mononitrate
I: angina
C: vasodilator
Monoket
G: isosorbide mononitrate
I: angina
C: vasodilator
Cleocin
G: clindamycin
I: infection
C: antibiotic
Pravachol
G: pravastatin
I: hypercholesterolemia
C: HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor
Adderall
G: amphetamine/ destroamphetamine
I: ADHD
C: CNS stimulant/ amphetamine
Mobic
G: meloxicam
I: anti-inflammatory
C: NSAID
Lotrel
G: amlodipine/ benazepril
I: hypertension
C: calcium channel blocker/ ACE inhibitor
risedronate
B: Actonel
I: osteoporosis
C: bone resorption inhibitor
verapamil
B: Calan, Covera, Varelan
I: hypertension
C: calcium channel blocker
cefdinir
B: Omnicef
I: infection
C: cephalosporin