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Introduction

Introduction

It’s about pharmacy, the data listed here never intended to target anyone else, but if you’re not a pharmacist and you find it useful; feel free to use it as it is. The medical field is changing daily, and the information here doesn’t replace your clinical judgment.

General Advice to Prescribers

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DRUGS ACTING ON THE GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM

Antacids

Anti-Flatulants

Antispasmodics and other drugs altering gut motility

Ulcer-healing Drugs

Treatment of Diarrhea

Cathartics and Laxative

Anal and Rectal disorders

Drugs affecting Intestinal Secretions

Drugs for Hepatic disorders

Chronic Bowel disorders

Antiemetics

CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS

Positive Inotropic Drugs

Diuretics

Drugs for Arrhythmias

Beta-Blockers

Hypertension and Heart Failure

Nitrates, calcium channel blockers and other antianginal drugs

Sympathomimetics

Anticoagulants

Antiplatlet drugs

Fibrinolytic drugs

Antifibrinolytic drugs and haemostatic drugs

Local sclerosants

Lipid regulating drugs

RESPIRATORY DRUGS

Bronchodilators

Corticosteroids

Antihistamines

Leukotriene receptor antagonista

Respiratory stimulants and pulmonary surfactants

Mucolytics

Cough preparations

Systemic nasal decongestants

CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DRUGS

Hypnotics and anxiolytics

Drugs used in psychoses and related disorders

Antidepressant drugs

Drugs used in the treatment of obesity

Drugs used in nausea and vertigo

Analgesics

Antiepileptics

Drugs used in parkinsonism and related disorders

Drugs for dementia

 

INFECTIONS

Antibacterial Drugs

Antifungal Drugs

Antiviral Drugs

Antiprotozoal Drugs

Anthelmentics

ENDOCRINE DRUGS

Drugs used in Diabetes

Thyroid and Antithyroid Drugs

Corticosteroides

Sex Hormones

Hypothalamic, Pituitary Hormones and Anti-oestrogens

Drugs affecting Bone Metabolism

Other Endocrine Drugs

OBSTETRIC, GYNAECOLOGY & URINARY TRACT DISORDERS

Drugs used in Obstetrics

Treatment of Vaginal & Vulval Condition

Contraceptives

Drugs for Genito-Urinary Disorders

MALIGANANT DISEASE AND IMMUNOSUPPRESSION

Cytotoxic Drugs

Drugs affecting the immune response

NUTRITION AND BLOOD

Anaemias and other blood disorders.

Fluids and electrolytes

Intravenous nutrition

Oral nutrition

Minerals

Vitamins

MUSCULOSKELETAL AND JOINT DISEASE

Dugs used in rheumatic disease and gout

Drugs used in neuromuscular disorders

Drugs for the relief of soft tissue inflammation

DRUGS ACTING ON EYE

Anti-infective eye preparations

Corticosteroids and other anti-inflammatory preparations.

Mydriatics and cycloplegics

Treatment of glaucoma

Local anaesthetics

Miscellaneous ophthalmic preparations

EAR, NOSE AND OROPHARYNX

Drugs acting on the ear

Drugs acting on the nose

Drugs acting on the oropharynx

SKIN

Emollient and barrier preparations

Topical antihistamines and antipruritics

Topical corticosteroids

Preparations for psoriasis and eczema

Acne and rosacea

Preparations for warts and calluses

Sunscreens and camouflagers

Shampoos and other preparations for scalp and hair conditions

Anti-infective skin preparations

Skin cleansers and antiseptics

IMMUNOLOGICAL PRODUCTS AND VACCINES

Vccines, Antisera & Diagnostic Agents

Immunoglobulins

ANAESTHESIA

General Anaesthesia

Local Anaesthesia

EMERGENCY TREATMENT OF POISONING

Prevention of Absorption

Specific Drugs

RADIOLOGY PREPARATIONS

Appendix 1: Interactions

Appendix 2: Drug-Food Interactions

Appendix 3: Liver Disease

Appendix 4: Renal Impairment

Appendix 5: Pregnancy

Appendix 6: Breast-Feeding

Appendix 7: Clinical Guidelines

Restricted Drug List

Standard Abbreviations

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