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2019 MEDICATIONs SEEN ON ANCC AND AANP EXAM Highlighted drugs have been seen in the stem question or answer selection of the questions. Professor Larsen instructs exam candidates how to select the proper pharmacotherapeutics for practice and ANCC and AANP exams during prerecorded videos , audio, and live sessions! Adapted from Source: U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) These prefixes, roots, and suffixes apply only to generic names (IN PART) prefix, root, suffix Examples (generic names) drug class or drug category -afil avanafil; sildenafil; tadalafil; vardenafil phosphodiesterase (PDE) inhibitor -asone betamethasone; dexamethasone; diflorasone; fluticasone; mometasone corticosteroid -bicin doxorubicin; epirubicin; idarubicin; valrubicin antineoplastic; cytotoxic agent -bital butabarbital; butalbital; phenobarbital; secobarbital barbiturate (sedative) -caine bupivacaine; lidocaine; mepivacaine; prilocaine; proparacaine local anesthetic cef-, ceph- cefaclor; cefdinir; cefixime; cefprozil; cephalexin cephalosporin antibiotic -cillin amoxicillin; ampicillin; dicloxacillin; nafcillin; oxacillin penicillin antibiotic cort clocortolone; fludrocortisone; hydrocortisone corticosteroid -cycline demeclocycline; doxycycline; minocycline; tetracycline tetracycline antibiotic -dazole albendazole; mebendazole; metronidazole; tinidazole anthelmintic; antibiotic; antibacterial -dipine amlodipine; felodipine; nifedipine; nimodipine; nisoldipine calcium channel blocker -dronate alendronate; etidronate; ibandronate; risedronate bisphosphonate; bone resorption inhibitor -eprazole esomeprazole; omeprazole; rabeprazole proton pump inhibitor (PPI)
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