In the world of pharmacy, the answer is the same for all drugs.
They’re safe if used according to the manufacturer’s instructions and for the most part, they’re not.
For some drugs, however, the manufacturers can’t be bothered to give patients enough warnings and are therefore more likely to be able to sell them at a discount.
Here are some of the most commonly-used drugs in the world and how safe they are.
Drugs like ________ Drug name Brand name Dosage (mg) Comments ________ ________ Vioxx (brand name) Viozod One pill, twice a day, every day, for 7 days, for women and men, or every other day, depending on gender and weight, for men and women, for the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee or hip.
This is a prescription drug.
_________ _____________ Vioix Two pills, once a day for 7 consecutive days, or any other day for men, women or children, for any condition for which it is prescribed, and once a week for children under six years of age, for a condition for an acute or chronic inflammatory disorder.
__________________ ____________________ Zofran (brand Name: Zofrid) Zofronone (brand names: Zosidone and Zocor) This is an anti-inflammatory drug.
It has been shown to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, but it has also been associated with serious side effects including constipation, nausea, headaches, insomnia and anxiety.
Zofrozodone (Brand Name: Neuromuscular Stimulation) ___________ ______________ Zofradone (Bayer Pharmaceuticals, Brand Name: Vyvanse) _________________ _____________________ Zyban (brandname) Zybanone (generic name: Zysarone) This drug is prescribed for the management of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy.
________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ Zymelone (Zymoraxone) Zymelo (brand Names: Zymeprazole, Zymoraxa, Zymoglo) ___________________________________ _____________________________________________________________