What is monograph medication?
A drug monograph is a detailed explanation of a drug. It contains information about the structure, function, uses, dosing, mechanism of action, side effects, adverse effects, etc of the drug. It is written for medical practitioners so it can be quite technical. Hope this helps.
What are the top 10 drugs prescribed in the U.S.? Top 10 Drugs Prescribed in the U.S. 1. Vicodin (hydrocodone/acetaminophen) 2. Simvastatin (Generic for Zocor) 3. Lisinopril (Generic for Prinivil or Zestril) 4. Levothyroxine (generic for Synthroid) 5. Azithromycin (generic for Zithromax, Z-PAK) 6. Metformin (generic for Glucophage) 7. Lipitor (atorvastatin) 8. Amlodipine (generic for Norvasc)
What are the most popular medications? The most popular medications in this class are acebutolol, or Sectral; atenolol, or Tenormin; bisoprolol, or Zebeta; carvedilol, or Coreg; metoprolol, or Lopressor, Toprol XL; nadolol, or Corgard; nebivolol, or Bystolic, and propranolol, or Inderal LA.
What are the three categories of drugs? The three major categories of drugs are stimulants, depressants, and hallucinogens.
How many drugs has FDA approved in its entire history? In a typical year, the FDA will approve somewhere between one and two dozen novel drugs. And throughout its entire history, it’s only given the green light to a little over 1,500 new molecular entities.