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MEDICATION REFERENCE LIST

The importance of determining what medication a donor may be taking is to elicit information regarding an underlying condition for the drug therapy. This question may bring to light significant conditions that may not have been mentioned earlier in the interview. Such conditions must be explored thoroughly with the donor. Only occasionally are the effects of the medication itself on the recipient of significance, i.e., Accutane or Tegison or human derived pituitary growth hormone. There are additional considerations for platelet pheresis donors, and use of platelets from whole blood donations. Ingestion of aspirin-containing medications or piroxicam within 3 days of donation should preclude the use of a donor as a source of platelets for a recipient. Refer to the last two pages of this document for a list medications containing aspirin.

DRUG 5-FU

ACCEPTABLE CRITERIA Follow criteria for Cancer; otherwise, evaluate.

NOTE Antineoplastic. Desquamator

A/T/S Accolate Accupril Accutane ACE Inhibitors Acebutolol Acetaminophen Acetophenazine Acetylcysteine Achromycin

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease

Antibiotic Bronchodilator ACE Inhibitor Medication for severe acne. Synthetic form of Vitamin A

Defer 1 month after course of therapy completed. See Capoten.


Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease

Beta-blocker, anti-hypertensive Analgesic, antipyretic Antipsychotic Mucolytic agent Antibiotic

Yes, if for pain. No, if for fever. Yes. Defer until off drug and underlying condition resolved. Yes, if for ophthalmic, topical use, or acne. Otherwise, defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 3 years off medication. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Defer until therapy discontinued. Yes. See Criteria. 1

A-Cill Acitretin Acthar Acticin Actifed Actigall Activase Acular Acyclovir

Antibiotic Used for treatment of psoriasis Adrenocorticotropic hormone Antihistamine, decongestant Antihistamine Gallstone dissolution agent Tissue plasminogen activator Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (for ophthalmic use) Antiviral for Herpes virus

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Adalat

Yes, if for esophageal achalasia, migraine or hypertension; see criteria if for Heart Disease, Angina. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antianginal, calcium channel blocker

Adapin Adderal Adeflor Drops Adrenalin Advil Aerolate (theophylline) Afrin Afrinol Afrinol Repetabs Agoral Airet (dyphylline) Akineton Albuterol Aldactazide Aldactone Aldochlor Aldomet Aldoril Alka-Seltzer Alkeran Allegra Allerest Allopurinol Alophen Alpha/Beta Adrenergic blockers Alphadrol Alphalin

Antidepressant For attention deficit Vitamin/mineral supplement Bronchodilator Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Bronchodilator Decongestant Decongestant Decongestant Stool Softener Bronchodilator Anticholinergic-Parkinson's Disease Bronchodilator Antihypertensive, diuretic Antihypertensive, diuretic Antihypertensive Antihypertensive Antihypertensive Analgesic, antipyretic, antacid, ASA Antineoplastic agent Antihistamine for allergies Antihistamine, decongestant Xanthine oxidase inhibitor Laxative

Yes. See Aspirin. Follow criteria for Cancer. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Yes. See Normodyne. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Yes.

Corticosteroid Vitamin A Narcotic analgesic

Alphaprodine Evaluate condition. Medication Reference Lis t R6/00 2

Alphatrex

Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Corticosteroid

Alprazolam Alprostadil Alseroxylon Altace Alteplase Alupent Amantadine Amaryl Ambien A-MethaPred

Benzodiazepine, antianxiety agent Treatment erectile dysfunction Antihypertensive ACE Inhibitor, antihypertensive Tissue plasminogen activator Bronchodilator Antiviral prophylaxis, anti-Parkinson's Oral hypogylcemic Hypnotic, sedative Corticosteroid

Defer until therapy discontinued. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes, if for Parkinsons Disease. Evaluate if for viral infection. Yes. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. No, permanent deferral.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Amicar Amiloride Aminoglutethemide Aminophyllin Aminophylline Aminosalicylic Acid Amitid Amitril Amitriptyline Amoxapine Amoxicillin Amoxil Amphetamine Amphojel Ampicillin Anacin

Antifibrinolytic agent Diuretic Antiadrenal agent Bronchodilator Bronchodilator Antitubercular Tricyclic antidepressant Tricyclic antidepressant Tricyclic antidepressant Tricyclic antidepressant Antibiotic Antibiotic Stimulant Antacid Antibiotic ASA containing analgesic

No, permanent deferral. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. See criteria for TB. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, if for ulcer disease. No, if renal failure patient. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. See Aspirin.

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Anadrol-50 Anafranil Ananase Anaprox Ancobon

No, if renal disease or aplastic anemia; otherwise, evaluate condition. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for superficial infection. Defer 1 month after course completed and condition resolved for systemic (generalized) infection. Evaluate condition. If taking for cancer or aplastic anemia follow criteria; otherwise yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease

Anabolic steroid Anti-obsessional drug Anti-inflammatory, reduces edema, eases pain, speeds healing. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Antifungal

Android Android Anhydron Ansaid (non-steroidal) Antabuse Antivert Anusol Aqua Mephyton Aquamox Aquasol E Aquatensen Aralen Aricept (Donepezil HCL) Aristocort

Anabolic steriod Hormone Antihypertensive, diuretic Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory

Yes. See Disulfiram Yes, if asymptomatic. Yes. Permanent deferral if for clotting disorder.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antihistamine for vertigo Indication hemorrhoids Vitamin K Diuretic Vitamin E Antihypertensive, diuretic Antimalarial Cholinesterase Inhibitor (Used in treatment of Alzheimers) Steroid

Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

See criteria for Malaria. Acceptable. Evaluate mental status. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Yes.
Yes. See criteria, if for ulcerative colitis; otherwise evaluate.

Aristospan

Steroid

Artane Arthrotic Asacol Ascriptin Asendin

Anti-Parkinsonism Combination of Voltarin and Cytotec: follow individual guidelines Anti-imflammatory Analgesic, anti-inflammatory antipyretic, ASA. Antidepressant, tranquilizer

See Aspirin. Yes.

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Aspirin Astemizole Atarax Atenolol Ativan Atromid S Atropine Augmentin Aurothioglucose Avapro AVC AVC Dienestrol Axid Aygestin Azatadine Azathioprine Azithromycin Azmacort Azolid Azulfidine Bacampicillin Baclofen Bactrim Barbiturates Basaljel Baycol Beclomethasone (Beclomet) Beclovent Beconase

Yes, if not for fever. Defer for 72 hours if donating for plateletpheresis. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Analgesic, antipyretic,antiinflammatory Antihistamine Sedative, antihistamine Antihypertensive (beta blocker) Tranquilizer Cholesterol lowering agent Anticholinergic antispasmodic Antibiotic Antirheumatic, anti-inflammatory Angiotensin blocker Antibiotic, antiseptic Cream/suppository (Non-specific vaginal infection) Anti-ulcer agent Progestin agent Antihistamine Immunomodulator Antibiotic Anti-inflammatory, steroid Anti-inflammatory Sulfa prep. used for ulcerative colitis Antibiotic Muscle relaxant Antibiotic Sedative, anticonvulsant Antacid
Cholesterol, triglyceride lowering agent

Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. No, permanent deferral. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes if for acne. Yes, if for asthma; otherwise evaluate the condition. Yes. See criteria, if for ulcerative colitis or Crohns Disease. Yes, for other uses. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Yes, evaluate condition. No, if renal patient; yes, if for ulcer. Yes. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, evaluate condition. 5

Anti-inflammatory, steroid Anti-inflammatory, steroid Anti-inflammatory, steroid

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Belladonna Benadryl Benemid Bentyl Bentyl Cough Syrup Benylin Benzamycin Benzedrine Benzonatate Benztropine Mesylate (Cogentin) Beta Adrenergic stimulants Beta blockers Beta Carotene Betamethasone

Yes. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes. See Albuterol. See Inderal. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antispasmodic Antihistamine Anti-inflammatory Antispasmodic Antitussive Antitussive Antibiotic Amphetamine Antitussive Anticholinergic antihistamine

Mineral supplement. Corticosteroid Anti-inflammatory

Betapace Betaxolol Bethanecol Betopic Biaxin Bicillin

Beta Blocker Antiglaucoma agent Cholinomimetic (urinary incontinence) Antiglaucoma agent Antibiotic Antibiotic

Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. If taken for Syphilis and Gonorrhea defer for one year after completion of treatment. No, permanent deferral. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Follow criteria for cancer.
Yes, if for hypertension. Evaluate, if for Heart Disease

Bicitra Bio-Anabolic Bisacodyl Biscolax Bismuth Subsalicylate Bismuth, Pectin and paregoric Blenoxane Blocadren

Electrolyte replacement Vitamin supplement Laxative Laxative Antidiarrheal Antidiarrheal Anti-neoplastic medication Antihypertensive (beta blocker)

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Bonine Bontril Brethine Brevicon Bricanyl Bromfed Bromocriptine Brompheniramine Budesonide Bufferin Bumetanide Bupropion Buspar Buspirone Busulfan Butabarbital Cabergoline Calan Calciferol Calcitriol Calcium Calcium Gluceptate Calcium Gluconate Calcium Lactate Calcium Carbonate Calcium channel blockers Calderol Capastat Capreomycin Captopril Carafate

Yes, if asymptomatic. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes, if for Parkinsons. If for Pituitary tumors evaluate condition. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. See Aspirin. See criteria for heart, liver, kidney disease. Yes. Yes. Yes. Follow criteria for Cancer. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antihistamine for motion sickness Anorexiant Bronchodilator Oral contraceptive Bronchodilator Decongestant, antihistamine Anti-Parkinsonism. Dopamine agonist Antihistamine Anti-inflammatory, steriod (antirhinitis) Anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antipyretic, ASA. Diuretic for heart, liver, kidney disease Antidepressant Antianxiety agent Antianxiety agent Antineoplastic Hypnotic, sedative Dopamine receptor agonist Vasodilator, CA Channel blocker Vitamin D Vitamin D Mineral supplement

Yes. Yes. Yes.

Defer permanently if renal patient. Yes, for other uses. See Verapamil. Yes. See criteria for TB. See criteria for TB.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Mineral, antacid

Vitamin D Antitubercular Antitubercular Antihypertensive, ACE inhibitor Antiulcer

Yes.

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Carbamazepine Carbenicillin Carbidopa-Levodopa Carbinoxamine Cardene Cardioquin Cardizem Cardura Carisoprodol Carnitor Cartrol Cascara Sagrada Casodex Castor Oil Cataflam Catapres Caverject (alprostadil, ProstinVR) Ceclor CeeNu Cefaclor Cefadroxil Cefaperazone Cefixime Cefizox Ceftizoxime Cefobid Cefotan Cefotetan

Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease, Angina.

Anticonvulsant, analgesic Antibiotic Anti-Parkinson agent Antihistamine Antianginal, anti-hypertensive Antiarrhythmic Antianginal, anti-hypertensive Alpha blocker, potent antihypertensive. Muscle relaxant, sedative Carnitine replacement Antihypertensive (beta blocker) Laxative Used for treatment of metastic carcinoma of the prostate Laxative Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Antihypertensive Treatment for erectile dysfunction Antibiotic Antineoplastic Antibiotic Antibiotic Antibiotic Antibiotic Antibiotic

See criteria for Heart Disease, Angina.


Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease, Angina.

Yes, if for hypertension or enlarged prostate. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. See criteria for cancer. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Follow criteria for Cancer. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well.

Antibiotic Antibiotic

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Ceftazimide Ceftriaxone Cefuroxime Celestone

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes. Follow criteria for Cancer. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. See criteria for Malaria. See criteria for Malaria.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antibiotic Antibiotic Antibiotic Steroid

Centrum Cephalexin Ceptaz Cerivastatin Chloral Hydrate Chlorambucil Chloramphenicol Chlordiazepoxide Chloromycetin Chloroquine Chloroquine and Primaquine Chlorothiazide Chlorpheniramine Chlorphentermine Chlorpromazine Chlorpropamide Chlorthalidone Chlor-Trimeton Choledyl Cholestyramine Choline Bitartrate

Vitamins/minerals Antibiotic Antibiotic Cholesterol, triglyceride lowering agent Hypnotic, sedative Antineoplastic Antibiotic Tranquilizer Antibiotic Antimalarial Antimalarial Diuretic, antihypertensive Antihistamine Anorexiant Antipsychotic Oral hypoglycemic Antihypertensive, diuretic Antihistamine Bronchodilator Cholesterol lowering agent Lipotropic agent

Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes. Yes, if nutritional supplement. No, permanent deferral if for tardive dyskinesia or chorea dementia. Yes.

Choline Magnesium

Anti-inflammatory

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Choline Magnesium Trisalicylate Chromagen Capsules Cimetidine Cipro Ciprofloxacin hydrochloride Citrolith Claritin Clemastine Cleocin Clindamycin Clindamycin Solution Clinoril Clofibrate Clomid Clomiphene Clomipramine HCl Clonazepam Clonidine Clopidrogel (Plavix) Clorazepate Clotrimazole Clozapine Cocaine

Evaluate reason for taking medication. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. If eligible, accept after course completed. Yes. Yes, for superficial infection. Yes. Defer 12 months for intranasal use; permanent deferral if injected. Use in a medical procedure as a local anesthetic is acceptable. Yes for pain, allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if gout attack not acute. Yes, if gout attack not acute. Yes. Yes.

Analgesic. Vitamin, mineral, hematinic Histamine-2 antagonist Antibiotic

Phosphate urinary acidifier Antihistamine Antihistamine Antibiotic Antibiotic Topical antibiotic Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Cholesterol lowering agent Fertility drug Fertility drug Anti-obsessional Anticonvulsant Antihypertensive Anti-platelet Tranquilizer Topical antifungal Antipsychotic Anesthetic

Codeine Phosphate Cogentin Cognex Colace Colbenemid Colchicine Colestid Colestipol

Antitussive, narcotic Anti-Parkinsonism Anti-Dementia, Alzheimer's disease Laxative Uricosuric agent Anti-inflammatory-gout Cholesterol lowering agent Cholesterol lowering agent Antihypertensive

Combipres Yes. Medication Reference Lis t R6/00 10

Compazine Contac Cordran Corgard Cortisol

Yes, if for psychosis. Defer until asymptomatic if for nausea. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes. See criteria for angina, arrhythmia. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is comp leted. Topical medication is acceptable. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antiemetic, antipsychotic Decongestant, anticholinergic Topical Corticosteroid Antianginal, antiarrhythmic Steroid

Cortisone Acetate

Steroid

Cortisporin Corzide Cotazym CoTylenol Coumadin Cozaar Creon Cromolyn Cuprimine Cyanocobalamin Cyclobenzaprine Cyclophosphamide Cycloserine Cycrin Cylert Cyproheptadine Cystospaz Cytadren Cytomel Cytotec Cytoxan Danazol Danocrine Dantrium Dantrolene

Topical antibiotic Combination Corgard and Naturetim Enzyme replacement Decongestant, antihistamine Anticoagulant Antihypertensive Pancreatic enzyme concentrate Anti-asthmatic Anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic Vitamin B12 Muscle relaxant Antineoplastic Antituberculous Progesterone derivative CNS stimulant Antihistamine Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Antiadrenal agent Synthetic thyroid hormone Anti-ulcer medication Antineoplastic Gonadotropin antagonist Gonadotropin antagonist Spasmolytic Spasmolytic 11

Defer while on medication. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Evaluate reason for taking medication. If eligible, accept after course completed.
Yes, if for hypertension. Evaluate, if for Heart Disease.

Yes Yes, even if daily dose for maintenance. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Yes. Yes. Follow criteria for Cancer. See criteria for TB. Yes Yes. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes. No, permanent deferral. Yes. Yes. Follow criteria for Cancer. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.

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Dapsone Daranide Daraprim Darvocet-N Darvon Daypro DDAVP

Yes. Yes. See criteria for Malaria. No, if for fever. Otherwise, yes Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. No, if for von Willebrand's Disease or Hemophilia.

Antileprosy agent Antiglaucoma Antimalarial Analgesic, antipyretic Analgesic Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory


Antidiuretic (also increases Factor VIII in Hemophilia A and von Willebrand's Disease)

Decadron

Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Evaluate condition. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Steroid

Deca-Durabolin Declomycin Delatestryl Demadex(torsemide) Demeclocycline Demerol Demser Demulen Depakene Depakote Depen

Anabolic steroid Antibiotic Androgen hormone Diuretic Antibiotic Narcotic analgesic Rx of pheochromocytoma Oral contraceptive Anticonvulsant Anticonvulsant Anti-inflammatory

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Evaluate condition. No, permanent deferral. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for osteoarthritis. See criteria, if for collagen vascular disease or other chronic diseases. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. If taking for Cancer follow criteria; otherwise, yes. See Diethylstilbestrol. Yes for bedwetting. No for coagulation disorder Yes. Yes. Yes.

Depo-Medrol

Steroid

Depo-Provera DES Desmopressin Desoxyn Desyrel Detrol (Tolterodine) Dexamethasone

Hormone

Antidiuretic hormone Anorexiant Antidepressant. Antispasmodic (urinary bladder) Steroid

Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Medication Reference Lis t R6/00 12

Dexedrine Dextroamphetamine Dextromethorphan DiaBeta Diabinese Diamox Diazepam Diazide Diazoxide Dibenzyline Dichlorphenamide Diclofenac Dicyclomine Didronel Diethylcarbamazine Diethylpropion Differin Gel Diflucan Diflunisal Digitalis Digitoxin Digoxin Dihydroergotamine Dihydrotachysterol Diiodohydroxyquin Dilacor x R Dilantin Dilatrate-SR Dilaudid Dilor

Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Amphetamine Anorexiant Antitussive Oral hypoglycemic Oral hypoglycemic Anticonvulsant, diuretic and inhibitor of fluid secretion (glaucoma). Tranquilizer Diuretic Hyperglycemic Vasodilator, antihypertensive Antiglaucoma Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Inhibits bone metabolism (Paget's Disease), hypercalcemia of malignancy Antihelminthic Anorexiant Topical treatment for acne Antifungal Analgesic, non-steroidal antiinflammatory Cardiac Glycoside

Yes, if blood glucose stable. Accept if for urinary problems. No, permanent deferral if for pheochromocytoma. Yes. Yes. Yes. No, if for Pagets disease. If for Cancer, see criteria. Defer until 1 week after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes
Yes, if for systemic infection. See criteria for systemic (generalized) infection.

Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease.

Yes. Yes. Defer until after course completed and feeling well.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Vasoconstrictor Vitamin D Amebicide Beta blocker Anticonvulsant Antianginal Narcotic analgesic Bronchodilator

Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease, Angina. Evaluate condition. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication.

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Diltiazem Dimenhydrinate Dimetane Dimetapp Dioctyl Sodium Sulfossuccinate Diovan (Valsartan) Dipentum Diphenhydramine Diprolene

Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease, Angina.

Antianginal, anti-hypertensive Antinauseant, antihistamine Antihistamine Antihistamine, decongestant Laxative Angiotensin blocker Anti-inflammatory for ulcerative colitis Antihistamine Corticosteroid Anti-inflammatory

Yes, if asymptomatic. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

See criteria for ulcerative colitis. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Evaluate reason for taking medication. If eligible, accept after course completed. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease, Arrhythmias. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Dipyridamole Disalcid Disopyramide Dis ulfiram Ditropan Diucardin Diuril DMSO Docusate Calcium Docusate Potassium Docusate Sodium Dolobid Donepezil HCL (Aricept) Donnatal Donnazyme Donnegel Dostinex Doxazosin Doxepin Doxidan Doxycycline

Anti-platelet. Anti-anginal Anti-inflammatory Antiarrhythmic Enzyme inhibitor used for alcoholism Antispasmodic Antihypertensive, diuretic Antihypertensive, diuretic Anti-inflammatory Laxative

Evaluate condition. Yes.

Yes. Acceptable. Evaluate mental status. Yes. Yes. Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Yes Yes, if for hypertension or enlarged prostate. See criteria if for Heart Disease. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. 14

Analgesic, anti-inflammatory Cholinesterase inhibitor (Used in treatment of Alzheimers) Antispasmodic, anti-cholinergic Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Antidiarrheal Dopamine receptor agonist Alpha blocker, potent anti-hypertensive Tricyclic antidepressant Laxative Antibiotic

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Doxylamine Dramamine Dristan Drixoral Dronabinol Dulcolax Duravent Duricef Dyazide Dyphylline Dyrenium E.E.S. Easprin Ecotrin Edecrin Effexor Efudex E-Ionate P.A. Elavil Eldepryl Emcyt Emetrol Emgel E-mycin Enalapril Maleate Enalapril MaleateHydrochlorothiazide Enduron Entex Entex-LA Ephedrine

Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if asymptomatic. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. No, permanent deferral. Yes. Defer until off drug and symptom free. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antihistamine Antinauseant, antiemetic Decongestant, antihistamine Antihistamine Treats anorexia present in AIDS Laxative Decongestant, expectorant Antibiotic Antihypertensive, diuretic Bronchodilator Diuretic Antibiotic Analgesic-enteric coated ASA Analgesic, ASA Diuretic for heart, liver, kidney disease Antidepressant Antineoplastic. Desquamator Hormone Tricyclic antidepressant Anti-Parkinsonism Anti-neoplastic medication Antiemetic Antibiotic Antibiotic Antihypertensive, ACE inhibitor Antihypertensive, ACE inhibitor Diuretic, antihypertensive Decongestant Bronchodilator

Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication.


Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. See Aspirin. See Aspirin. See criteria for heart, liver, kidney disease. Yes. Follow criteria for Cancer; otherwise, evaluate. Yes. Yes. Yes. See criteria for cancer Yes, if asymptomatic. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold.

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Epinephrine Equanil Ergamisol

Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes. If for worms defer until 1 week after course completed and feeling well, otherwise, permanent deferral. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. See criteria for heart, liver, kidney disease. See criteria for TB. Yes. Yes. See criteria for TB. See criteria for arrhythmias. Yes. No, for Pagets disease. If for cancer follow criteria. See criteria for Cancer. Yes. No, permanent deferral. Yes See Aspirin. Yes.

Bronchodilator Tranquilizer Antihelminthic (immunomodulator, anti-rheumatoid) Vasoconstrictor for migraine headache Vasoconstrictor Antibiotic Antibiotic Antibiotic Antibiotic Analgesic, sedative Lithium Hormone Hormone Hormone Hormone Hormone Diuretic for heart, liver, kidney disease Antituberculous Sedative/hypnotic Hormone Antituberculous Antiarrhythmic Anticonvulsant Inhibits bone metabolism (Paget's Disease), hypercalcemia of malignancy Chemotherapeutic agent Antidepressant. Antipsychotic Antipsoriasis agent (Teratogenic) Treatment for osteoporosis Analgesic, ASA Anti-ulcer medication Antiviral compound

Ergomar Ergotamine ERY Ery-Tab Erythrocin Erythromycin Esgic Eskalith Estinyl Estrace Estradiol Estratab Estrogens Ethacrynic Acid Ethambutol Ethchlorvynol Ethinyl Estradiol Ethionamide Ethmozine Ethosuximide Etidronate Etoposide Etrafon Etretinate Evista (Raloxifene) Excedrin Famotidine

Famvir Yes Medication Reference Lis t R6/00 16

Fansidar Fastin Feldene Fenoprofen Feosol Fergon Fero-Folic-500 Fero-Grad-500 Ferrous Fumarate Ferrous Gluconate Ferrous Sulfate Finasteride Fiorinal Flagyl

See criteria for Malaria. Yes. If plateletpheresis donors, defer for 3 days, otherwise yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.

Antimalarial Anorexiant Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Hematinic Hematinic Iron/vitamins Iron/vitamins Hematinic

Defer 1 month after completion of therapy. Yes. Defer until 48 hours, after course completed and feeling well. If for sexually transmitted disease defer for 12 mo nths. See criteria for Arrhythmias. Yes. Yes Yes Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication and symptom free. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for superficial infection. See criteria for systemic (generalized) infection. Yes, if for superficial infection. See criteria for systemic (generalized) infection. Yes Yes. Accept for topical, non-cancerous use. If for cancer, follow criteria. Yes. If taking for Cancer, follow criteria; otherwise evaluate condition. Yes. Yes.

Used in treating benign prostatic hypertrophy, hair loss. Analgesic Antimicrobial

Flecainide acetate Flexeril Flomax Flonase Flovent Flubiprofen Flucinonide Fluconazole Flucytosine Flumadine Flunisolide Fluorouracil Fluoxetine Fluoxymesterone Fluphenazine Flurazepam

Antiarrhythmic Antispasmodic Benign prostatic hypertrophy Nasal spray for allergies Anti-inflammatory, steroid used for asthma Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Topical steroid Antifungal Antifungal Anti-influenza A medication Topical steroid Antineoplastic, desquamator Antidepressant Hormone, anabolic steroid. Antineoplastic Antipsychotic Tranquilizer

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Fluroplex Fluticasone propionate Folacin Folate Folic Acid Folinate Calcium Follestrol Folvite Forhistal Formatrix Fortaz Fortespan Fosamax Fosenapril Fulvicin Furacin Furadantin Furazolidone Furosemide Furoxone Gamimmune Gamma Benzene Hexachloride Ganglionic blocking agent Gantanol Gantrisin Garamycin

Accept for topical, non-cancerous use. If for cancer, follow criteria. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antineoplastic, desquamator Anti-inflammatory, steroid used for asthma Vitamin Vitamin Vitamin Vitamin Hormone Vitamin Antihistamine Hormones/vitamins Antibiotic Vitamins/minerals Used in treatment of osteoporosis ACE Inhibitor, antihypertensive Antifungal Topical antibiotic Antibiotic Amebicide Antihypertensive, diuretic Amebicide Biologic Scabicide

Yes, if for superficial infection. See criteria if for systemic (generalized) infection. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until after course completed and feeling well.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease

Defer until after course completed and feeling well. Defer 12 mos. if taken for hepatitis known exposure. Otherwise, evaluate reason. Defer until 48 hours after course completed. See Ismelin. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well.

Antibiotic Antibiotic Antibiotic

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Gaviscon Geltabs Gelusil Gemfibrozil Gemnisyn Gentamicin Geocillin Geopen Gerilets Gevral Gitaligin Gitalin Glipizide Glucophage Glucotrol Glutethimide Glyburide Glyceryl Guaiacolate Glycopyrrolate Glyestrin Glynase PresTab Glysennid Glyset Gold Sodium-thiomalate Gonadotropin, Human Gramicidin Grifulvin,Grisactin Griseofulvin, Gris-PEG Growth hormone

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. See Aspirin. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease. See criteria for Heart Disease. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until off medication and symptom free. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for superficial infection. See criteria for systemic (generalized) infection. Human derived growth hormone permanent deferral. Recombinant growth hormone acceptable. Defer until off medication and symptom free.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease

Antacid Vitamin D Antacid Antihyperlipidemic Analgesic Antibiotic Antibiotic Antibiotic Vitamins/minerals Vitamins/minerals Cardiac Glycoside Cardiac Glycoside Oral hypoglycemic Oral hypoglycemic Oral hypoglycemic Hypnotic, sedative Oral hypoglycemic Expectorant Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Hormone Oral hypoglycemic Laxative Oral Hypoglycemic Antirheumatic Infertility Topical antibiotic and steroid Antifungal

Guaifenesin Guanabenz Guanethidine

Expectorant Antihypertensive Ganglionic blocking agent

Defer until after course completed.

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Gynergen Gynorest Halcion Haldol Haley's M-O Haloperidol Halotestin HBIG HCG Heparin Hexa-Betalin Hexavibex Hexavitamins Hismanal Hispril Hista-Derfule Histadyl E.C. Histalet Histaspan HMG Homatropine Hormonin Humatrope (Somatropin) Humulin Hycodan Hycomine Hycotuss Hydeltra-T.B.A.

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. If taking for Cancer follow criteria; otherwise yes. See Hepatitis B Immune Globulin. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. If eligible, accept after course completed. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy or pain. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. If used for cough, defer until off medication. Otherwise, yes. Yes. Yes. See Insulin. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Vasoconstrictor for migraine headache Hormone Antianxiety agent Antipsychotic Laxative Antipsychotic Androgen

Hormone Anticoagulant Vitamin Vitamin Vitamins/minerals Antihistamine Antihistamine Antihistamine, analgesic Antitussive, expectorant, decongestant Antihistamine, decongestant Antihistamine Gonadotropin Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Hormo nes Growth hormone (recombinant) Antihyperglycemic Antitussive, anticholinergic Antitussive, decongestant Antitussive, expectorant Corticosteroid

Hydralazine Hydrea Hydro-cholorothiazide

Antihypertensive. Vasodilator Chemotherapy medication Antihypertensive, diuretic

See criteria for Cancer.


Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

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Hydrocodone Hydrocortisone

Yes for pain, allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antitussive Corticosteroid

Hydrocortone

Corticosteroid

HydroDIURIL Hydroflumethiazide Hydromorphone Hydroxocobalamin Hydroxychloroquine Hydroxyzine Hygroton Hyoscyamine Hyrye Hytakerol Hytrin Hyzaar Iberet Ibuprofen Ilosone Ilotycin Imdur Imferon Imipramine Imitrex Imodium Imuran Indapamide Inderal

Antihypertensive, diuretic Antihypertensive, diuretic Narcotic analgesic Vitamin B12 Antimalarial. Anti-arthritic, antiinflammatory Antihistamine, anti-anxiety Antihypertensive, diuretic Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Vitamin Vitamin D Antihypertensive Antihypertensive Vitamins/hematinic Non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory, Analgesic Antibiotic Vasodilator Iron replacement, migraine headaches. Tricyclic antidepressant Blocks production of Serotonin Antidiarrheal Immunomodulator Antihypertensive, diuretic Antiarrhythmic, anti-hypertensive

Evaluate condition. Yes. See criteria for Malaria. Otherwise evaluate for other conditions. Yes, for allergy or anxiety. See Criteria, if for cold.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for hypertension or enlarged prostate. See criteria if for Heart Disease.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Yes. No, if for fever. Otherwise, yes Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes Yes. Yes. Yes, if feeling well. Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Defer until off medication.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Yes, if for hypertension and migraine headaches. See criteria for Heart Disease, Arrythmia.

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Inderide Indocin Indomethacin INH Initia Drop with Fluoride Insulin Intal Interferon Alfa-2A Alfa-2B Alfa-N3 Gamma-1B

Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease

Antihypertensive, diuretic Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Antituberculous Vitamins/minerals Antihyperglycemic Anti-asthmatic Antileukemic

Yes. Yes. See criteria for TB. Yes. Yes, if stable and donor has eaten prior to donating. Yes, even if daily dose for maintenance. No, permanent deferral for, Hepatitis and Chronic Granulomatosis. If for cancer see criteria. Venereal warts; defer 12 months after treatment and condition resolved. All others evaluate. Defer for 12 months if treated with Interferon Alfa-N3. (Human derived Interferon) Defer until after course completed. Defer until after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes. Defer until after course completed.
See criteria for Heart Disease, Angina.

Inversine Iodoquinol Ionamin Iron-Polysaccharide Complex Ismelin ISMO Isocarboxazid Isollyl Isoniazid Isoproterenol Isoptin Isopto-Carpine Isordil Isosorbide Dinitrate Isotretinoin Isoxsuprine Israpidine (Dynacirc) Isuprel

Ganglionic blocking agent Amebicide Anorexiant Hematinic Ganglionic blocking agent Antianginal Ganglionic blocking agent, antidepressant (MAO inhibitor) Analgesic, ASA Antituberculous Bronchodilator Antihypertensive, antianginal, antiarrhythmic Antiglaucoma Antianginal Antianginal Vitamin A derivative Beta adrenergic stimulants Calcium Channel Blocker Bronchodilator

Defer until fter course completed. See Aspirin. See criteria for TB. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease, Angina, Arrhythmias.

Yes.
See criteria if for Heart Disease See criteria if for Heart Disease

Defer 1 month after course of therapy completed. Yes.


Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication and symptom free. 22

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Itraconazole Janimine Kadalex Kafocin Kanamycin Kantrex Kaolin Kaopectate Kayexalate Keflex Keflin Keftab Kefzol Kenacort

Yes, if for superficial infection. See criteria for systemic (generalized) infection. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. If for TB, see criteria. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. If for TB, see criteria. Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Defer until off medication. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 1 week after course completed and feeling well. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable.
Yes, if for hypertension. Evaluate, if for Heart Disease.

Antifungal Tricyclic antidepressant Electrolyte replacement Antibiotic Antibiotic Antibiotic Antidiarrheal Antidiarrheal Potassium binding resin Antibiotic Antibiotic Antibiotic Antibiotic Corticosteroid

Kerlone Ketoconazole Ketoprofen Klonopin Koate Konakion Konsyl Konyne Ku-Zyme HP Kwell Kytril L.A. Formula Labetalol Lactaid

Antihypertensive (beta blocker) Antifungal Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Anticonvulsant Antihemophilic Factor Vitamin K Laxative Antihemophilic Factor Enzyme replacement Scabicide Antiemetic Laxative Antihypertensive Enzyme for lactose intolerance

Yes, if for superficial infection. See criteria for systemic (generalized) infection. Yes. Yes. No, permanent deferral. Permanent deferral, if for clotting disorder. Yes. No, permanent deferral. Yes. Defer 48 hours. Evaluate reason for taking medication Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. Evaluate, if for Heart Disease.

Yes. 23

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Lactobacillus Cultures Lactulose Lamisil Lanoxin Lantoside C Lariam Laricam Larodopa Larotid Lasix Lente Iletin Lente Insulin Lescol Leucovorin Leukeran Leuprolide Levamisole Levatol Levbid Levocarnitine Levodopa Levo-Dromoran Levophed Levorphanol Levothroid Levothyroxine Levsin, Levsinex Lexxel Librax Librium Lidex Limbitrol

Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Yes. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease. See criteria for Heart Disease. See criteria for malaria Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well; if IV or IM defer 1 week.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antidiarrheal Laxative Antifungal Cardiac Glycoside Cardiac Glycoside Anti-malarial Anti-Parkinsonism Antibiotic Antihypertensive, diuretic Hypoglycemic Cholesterol lowering agent Corrects antifolate effect of methotrexate Antineoplastic GRH agent used for prostate cancer patients Antihelminthic, immunomodulator, anti-rheumatoid Adrenergic receptor antogonist Used for peptic ulcer Carnitine replacement Anti-Parkinsonism Narcotic analgesic Restore B/P in hypotension Narcotic analgesic Thyroid replacement Thyroid replacement Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Antihypertensive Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Tranquilizer Topical steroid Antidepressant, tranquilizer

See Insulin. Yes. If for Cancer, follow criteria. Follow criteria for Cancer. Follow criteria for Cancer. Otherwise, yes. If for worms, defer until after course completed. Evaluate if for other conditions. Yes Yes Yes. Yes. Yes, evaluate condition. No, permanent deferral. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.

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Lincocin Lincomycin Lindane Lioresal Liothyronine Liotrix Lipitor Lipo-Lutin Lipo-Nicin Liquaemin Sodium Liquamar Liqui-Cee Liquid Petrolatum Liquiprin Lisacort

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer 48 hours. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes Yes. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. If eligible, accept after course completed. Evaluate reason for taking medication. If eligible, accept after course completed. Yes. Yes. Yes, if not for fever. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antibiotic Antibiotic Scabicide Muscle relaxant Thyroid replacement Thyroid replacement Antilipemic Hormone Vasodilator Anticoagulant Anticoagulant Vitamin C Laxative Analgesic, antipyretic Corticosteroid

Lisinopril Lithane Lithionate Lithium Lithobid Lithonate Lo/Ovral Lodine Loestrin Lomotil Lomustine Loniten Loperamide Lopid Lopressor

Antihypertensive Antimania Antimania Antimania Antimania Antimania Oral contraceptive Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Oral contraceptive Antidiarrheal Antineoplastic Antihypertensive Antidiarrheal Antihyperlipidemic Antianginal, antihypertensive

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Follow criteria for Cancer.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Yes.


Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

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Lopurin Lorazepam Lorcet Lorelco Loridine Lortab Lotensin Lotrel Lotrimin Lotrisone

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, evaluate condition.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Uricosuric agent Tranquilizer Analgesic Antihyperlipidemic Antibiotic Synthetic narcotic. Analgesic and antitussive. ACE Inhibitor, antihypertensive ACE Inhibitor Topical antifungal Corticosteroid Anti-inflammatory

Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Lovastatin Loxapine Loxitane Lozol LSD L-Thyroxine L-Tyrosine Ludiomil Lufyllin Luminal Lupron Luvox Lypressin Lysodren Maalox Macrodantin Madelamine Magan

Lipid control agent Antipsychotic Antipsychotic Antihypertensive, diuretic Psychotogenic Thyroid replacement Antidepressant. Treatment for narcolepsy. Antidepressant Bronchodilator Sedative GRH agent used for prostate cancer patients Used to treat obsessive compulsive disorder. Antidiuretic hormone Antineoplastic Antacid Antibiotic Antibacterial Antiarthritic 26

Yes, if not under influence at time of donation. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes. Follow criteria for Cancer; otherwise, evaluate. Yes. No, permanent deferral. Follow criteria for Cancer. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for prophylactic use. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes.

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Magcyl Magnesium Carbonate Magnesium Citrate Magnesium Hydroxide Magnes ium Oxide Magnesium Phosphate Magnesium Salicylate Magnesium Sulfate Magnesium Trisilicate Malcotran Maltsupex Mandacon Mandelamine Mandelets Mannex Mannitol Hexanitrate Maolate Maprotiline Marax Marezine Marijuana Marinol Marplan Maso-Bemate Matropinal Matulane Mavik Maxalt Maxalt-MLT Maxibolin Maxitrate

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. See Aspirin. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. See criteria for Heart Disease. See criteria for Heart Disease. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes, if asymptomatic. Yes, if not under the influence at time of donation Permanent deferral. Defer until after course completed. Yes. Yes. Follow criteria for Cancer.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease

Laxative Antacid Laxative Antacid Antacid Antacid Antiarthritic Laxative Antacid Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Laxative Antibacterial Antibacterial Antibacterial Antianginal Antianginal Muscle relaxant Antidepressant Bronchodilator Antihistamine for dizziness Street drug Treats anorexia present in AIDS Antidepressant, ganglionic blocking agent Sedative/hypnotic Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Antineoplastic Antihypertensive, ACE inhibitor Antimigraine Hormone Antianginal

Yes, if asymptomatic at time of donation. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease.

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Maxzide Mazindol Measurin Mebaral Mebendazole Mebroin Mecamylamine Mecaptopurine Meclan Meclizine Meclofenamate Meclomen Mediatric Medihaler-Epi Medihaler-Iso Medipren Medral Medrol Medroxyprogesterone Mefenamic Acid Megace Megestrol Mellaril Melphalan Menadione, Menadiol Menagen Menest Menotropins Menrium Mentabal Mepenzolate

Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antihypertensive Anorexiant Analgesic, antipyretic, antiinflammatory, ASA Anticonvulsant, sedative Antihelminthic Anticonvulsant Antihypertensive ganglionic blocking agent Antineoplastic Topical antibiotic Antihistamine for dizziness Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Hormone, vitamin Bronchodilator Bronchodilator Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agent Bronchodilator Corticosteroid Hormone Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory, Analgesic, anti-pyretic Antineoplastic, hormone Antineoplastic, hormone Antipsychotic, tranquilizer Antineoplastic Vitamin K Hormone Hormone Gonadotropin Hormone/tranquilizer Anticonvulsant, sedative Anticholinergic, antispasmodic

Yes. See Aspirin. Yes. Defer until after course completed. Yes. Defer until after course completed. Follow criteria for Cancer. Yes. Yes, if asymptomatic. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Defer 1 month if oral. Otherwise, yes. See criteria for Cancer; otherwise, evaluate. Yes, if not for fever. Follow criteria for Cancer; otherwise, evaluate. Follow criteria for Cancer; otherwise, evaluate. Yes. Follow criteria for Cancer. No, permanent deferral, if for clotting disorder. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.

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Mepergan Fortis Meperidine Mephobarbital Mephoral Mephyton Meprednisone

Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes. Yes. Permanent deferral, if for clotting disorder. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, evaluate condition. Follow criteria for Cancer. Yes Evaluate reason for taking medicine. Yes. Yes. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Narcotic analgesic Narcotic analgesic Anticonvulsant, sedative Anticonvulsant, sedative Vitamin K Corticosteroid

Mepriam Meprobamate Meprocon Meprospan Mercaptopurine Meridia Mesalamine Mesantoin Mesopin Mesoridazine Mestinon Metahydrin Metamucil Metandren Metaprel Metatensin Metaxalone Methacycline Methadone Methamphetamine Methandrostenolone Methazolamide Methdilazine Methenamine Methergine

Sedative/hypnotic Sedative/hypnotic Sedative/hypnotic Sedative/hypnotic Antineoplastic Appetite suppressant Anti-inflammatory enema Anticonvulsant Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Phenothiazide tranquilizer Anticholinesterase Antihypertensive, diuretic Laxative Hormone Bronchodilator Antihypertensive Muscle relaxant (may elevate liver function tests) Antibiotic Narcotic analgesic Anorexiant Anabolic steroid Antiglaucoma Antihistamine Antibacterial Uterine stimulant 29

Yes. See criteria for Cancer; otherwise, yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Permanent deferral, if history of IV drug abuse. Yes. Evaluate condition. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer 6 weeks after use.

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Methicillin Methimazole Methixene Metho-500 Methocarbamol Methosarb Methotrexate Methoxsalen Methscopolamine Methyclothiazide Methyl CCNU Methylcellulose Methylergonovine Methylodopa Methylphenidate Methylprednis olone

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer while on drug. Yes. Yes. Yes. Follow criteria for Cancer. If for Cancer see criteria; otherwise, evaluate. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antibiotic Antithyroid Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Sedative/hypnotic Sedative/hypnotic Antineoplastic Antineoplastic Repigmentation drug Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Antihypertensive, diuretic Antineoplastic Laxative Uterine stimulant Antihypertensive Stimulant (narcolepsy) Corticosteroid

Follow criteria for Cancer. Yes. Defer 6 weeks after use. Yes. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. If for Cancer see criteria; otherwise, evaluate. Yes. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. If for cancer follow criteria. Otherwise, yes if asymptomatic.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Methyltestosterone Methyprylon Methysergide Meticortelone

Anabolic steroid Sedative/hypnotic Ergot alkaloid Corticosteroid

Meticorten

Corticosteroid

Metoclopramide Metolazone Metoprolol Metreton Metronidazole

Gastric stimulant, antiemetic often used for nausea secondary to chemotherapy. Antihypertensive diuretic Antihypertensive (beta blocker) Corticosteroid (opthalmic)

Defer until 48 hours, after course completed and feeling well. If for sexually transmitted disease defer for 12 months. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia. 30

Antimicrobial

Mevacor Mexiletine

Cholesterol lowering agent Antiarrhythmic

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Mexitil Miacalcin Micatin Miconazole Micrainin Micronase Micronefrin Micronor Midamor Midazolam hydrochloride Midrin Milk of Magnesia Milkinol Milpath Milprem Miltown Miltrate Mineral Oil Minipress Minizide Minocin Minocycline Minoxidil Mintezol Miradon Misoprostol Mitomycin Mitotane Mitrolan

See criteria for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia.. Yes Yes, for superficial infection. See criteria for systemic (generalized) infection. Yes, for superficial infection. See criteria for systemic (generalized) infection. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antiarrhythmic Nasal spray (used for osteoporosis) Antifungal Antifungal Analgesic, hypnotic/sedative Oral hypoglycemic Bronchodilator Oral contraceptive Antihypertensive, diuretic Sedative Analgesic, ASA (migraine headache) Laxative, antacid Laxative Antispasmodic, anticholinergic hypnotic, sedative Hormones, hypnotic/sedative Hypnotic, sedative Antianginal Laxative Antihypertensive Antihypertensive, diuretic Antibiotic Antibiotic Antihypertensive and topical to promote hair growth Antihelminthic Anticoagulant Anti-ulcer agent Antineoplastic Antineoplastic Laxative

Yes. See Aspirin. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease, Angina. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Yes. Defer until after course completed. Evaluate reason for taking medication. If eligible, accept after course completed. Yes. Follow criteria for Cancer. Follow criteria for Cancer. Yes. 31

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M-M-R II Moban Mobidin Modane Moderil Modicon Moduretic Molindone Mol-Iron Monistat Monopril Morphine Motrin Moxalactam Mucilose Mucomyst Mudrane Multifuge Mulvidren Mumps Virus Vaccine Mumpsvax Muse Mutamycine Myambutol Mycelex Mychel Mycobutin Mycostatin Mylanta Myleran

Defer 4 weeks Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.


Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Live virus measles, mumps and rubella vaccine Antipsychotic Antiarthritic Laxative Antihypertensive Oral contraceptive Antihypertensive, diuretic Antipsychotic Hematinic Antifungal ACE Inhibitor, antihypertensive Narcotic analgesic Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Antibiotic Laxative Mucolytic agent Bronchodilator Antihelminthic Vitamin Vaccine Vaccine Treatment for erectile dysfunction. Antineoplastic Antituberculous Topical antifungal Antibiotic Prevents Mycobacterium avium complex in HIV patients Topical antifungal Antacid Antineoplastic

Yes. Yes. Yes, for superficial infection. See criteria for systemic (generalized) infection.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Evaluate condition. No, if for fever. Otherwise, yes Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Defer until off medication and underlying condition resolved. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Defer until after course completed. Yes. Defer 2 weeks. Defer 2 weeks. Yes Follow criteria for Cancer. See criteria for TB. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Permanent deferral. Yes. Yes. Follow criteria for Cancer.

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Mylicon Myochrysine Myotonachol Mysoline Mysteclin-F Mytelase Mytrex Nabumetone Nadolol Nafarelin Nalbuphine Naldecon Nalfon Nalidixic Acid Naltrexone Nandrolone Naprosyn Naproxen Naqua Naquival Nardil Nasacort Nasalide Natabec Natacyn Natalins Natamycin Naturetin Navane NegGram Nembutal

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Yes. Yes. Evaluate donor. Yes. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, evaluate condition. Permanent deferral if renal disease . Otherwise, evaluate condition. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antiflatulent Antirheumatic Cholinomimetic Anticonvulsant Antibiotic, antifungal Anticholinesterase Topical antifungal Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Antianginal, Antihypertensive, antimigraine Use in managing endometriosis Narcotic analgesic Antihistamine, decongestant Anti-inflammatory Antibiotic Narcotic analgesic Anabolic steroid Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Antihypertensive, diuretic Antihypertensive Ganglionic blocking agent, antidepressant Nasal spray for allergic rhinitis. Topical steroid Vitamin Ophthalmic antifungal Vitamin Ophthalmic antifungal Antihypertensive, diuretic Antipsychotic, tranquilizer Antibacterial Sedative 33

Yes. Defer until after course completed. Yes, for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold.. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, evaluate condition.

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Neocholan Neoloid Neostigmine Neo-Synephrine Neothylline Neotrizine Neptazane Neurontin Neutra-Phos Neutropin Niacin, Niacinamide, Nialex Niamid Nicardipine Nicobid, Nico-400, Nicolar Nicoderm Niconyl Nicorette Nicotinamide Nicotinic Acid Nicotinyl Alcohol Nifedipine Niferex Nilstat Nimotop Niridazole Nitro-Bid

Yes. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until after course completed.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Bile salt Laxative Anticholinesterase (for myasthenia gravis) Vasoconstrictor, bronchodilator Bronchodilator Antibiotic Antiglaucoma Anticonvulsant Laxative Recombinant Growth Hormone Vasodilator, vitamin,antihyperlipidemic Ganglionic blocking agent, antidepressant Antianginal, anti-hypertensive Vasodilator, vitamin,antihyperlipidemic Transdermal nicotine. Aid to smoking cessation. Antituberculous
Nicotine gum. Aid to smoking cessation.

Yes. Yes. See criteria for TB. Yes Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for esophageal achalasia, migraine or hypertension; see criteria for Heart Disease. Yes. Yes. No, if donor has subarachnoid hemmorrage; otherwise yes. Defer until after course completed. See criteria for Heart Disease, Angina.

Vasodilator, vitamin,antihyperlipidemic Vasodilator, vitamin,antihyperlipidemic Perpheral Vascular Diease. Vasodilator (weak) Antianginal, calcium channel blocker Hematinic Topical antifungal Calcium channel blocker Antihelminthic Antianginal

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Nitrocap Nitrodisc Nitrofor Nitrofurantoin Nitrofurazone Nitroglycerin Nitroglyn Nitrol Nitrong Nitrospan Nitrostat Nizatidine Nizoral No Doz Noctec Nodaline Nolamine Nolex Nolvadex Nor Q.D. Norethindrone Norflex Norfloxacin Norgesic Norinyl Norisodrine Norlestrin Norlutate Normodyne Noroxin Noroxine Norpace Norplant

See criteria for Heart Disease, Angina. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. See criteria for Angina.

Antianginal Antibiotic Antibiotic Topical antibiotic Antianginal

Yes. Yes, if for superficial infection. See criteria for systemic (generalized) infection. Yes. Yes. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Defer until off medication and symptom free. Follow criteria for Cancer; otherwise, evaluate. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. See Aspirin. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication and symptom free. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Anti-ulcer agent Antifungal Stimulant Hypnotic, sedative Analgesic Antihistamine, decongestant Decongestant, expectorant Antineoplastic Oral contraceptive Oral contraceptive Analgesic Antibiotic Analgesic, antipyretic, ASA Oral contraceptive Bronchodilator Oral contraceptive Oral contraceptive Antihypertensive Antibiotic Thyroid replacement Antiarrhythmic Contraceptive Tricyclic antidepressant 35

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia. Yes.

Norpramin Yes. Medication Reference Lis t R6/00

Nortriptyline Norvasc Novacaine Novafed Novahistine Novatrin Novolin Insulin NPH Iletin, NPH Insulin Nubain Nuprin Nydrazid Nylidrin Nystaform Nystatin Obedrin-LA Obetrol Obotan Ocuvite Ofloxacin Ogen Olsalazine Omeprazole Omnipen Optimine Orap Orasone

Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease, Angina

Tricyclic antidepressant Calcium channel blocker, antihypertensive, anti-anginal. Analgesic Decongestant, antihistamine Antihistamine Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Hypoglycemic Hypoglycemic Narcotic analgesic Anti-inflammatory, analgesic Antituberculous Vasodilator Topical antifungal Topical antifungal Amphetamine Anorexiant Anorexiant Zinc with vitamins, minerals Antibiotic Hormone Anti-inflammatory for ulcerative colitis

Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. See Insulin. See Insulin. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, if for pain. No, if for fever. See criteria for TB. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. See Criteria for Ulcerative Colitis. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antibiotic Antihistamine Antidepressant Corticosteroid

Oratrol Oretic Oreticyl Oreton Organden

Antiglaucoma Diuretic Antihypertensive, diuretic Androgen Expectorant Oral hypoglycemic 36

If for Cancer see criteria; otherwise evaluate. Defer until off medication and symptom free.

Orinase Yes. Medication Reference Lis t R6/00

Ornade Orphenadrine Ortho-Novum Orudis Oruvail Os-Cal Mone O-V Statin Ovcon Ovral Ovrette Ovulen Oxabid Oxacillin Oxalid Oxaminquine Oxandrolone Oxaprozin Oxazapam Oxazolid Oxolinic Acid Oxsoralen Oxtriphylline Oxybutynin Oxymetazoline Oxymetholone Oxyphenbutazone Oxyphencyclimine Oxytetraclor Oxytetracycline P-200 Pabalate

Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Defer until after course completed. Evaluate condition. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. No, if renal disease or aplastic anemia; otherwise, evaluate condition. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Evaluate reason for taking medicine. Yes.

Anticholinergic, antispasmodic, antihistamine Muscle relaxant Oral contraceptive Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agent Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agent Vitamin, hormone Topical antifungal Oral contraceptive Oral contraceptive Oral contraceptive Oral contraceptive Antacid Antibiotic Anti-inflammatory Antihelminthic Anabolic steroid Non steroidal anti-inflammatory Tranquilizer, muscle relaxant Anti-inflammatory Antibiotic Repigmentation drug Bronchodilator Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Decongestant Anabolic steroid Anti-inflammatory Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Antibiotic Antibiotic Vasodilator Analgesic

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P-A-C Pagitane Pamelor Pamine Panadol Pancrease Pancreatin Pancrelipase Panheparin Panmycin Panteric Panwarfarin Papaverine Paracort Paradione Paraflex Parafon Parafuran Paraglycine Paral, Paraldehyde Paramethasone

See Aspirin. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if not for fever. Yes. Yes. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. If eligible, accept after course completed. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. If eligible, accept after course completed. Evaluate reason for taking medicine. Defer 1 month if oral. Otherwise, yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until after course completed. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Yes, if not for fever. Accept immediately if feeling well and healthy Yes. Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Yes. Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Yes, if for Parkinsons. If for Pituitary tumors evaluate condition. Defer until after course completed.

Analgesic, ASA Anti-Parkinsonism Tricyclic antidepressant Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Antipyretic, analgesic Enzyme replacement Enzyme replacement Enzyme replacement Anticoagulant Antibiotic Enzyme replacement Anticoagulant Vasodilator Corticosteroid Anticonvulsant Muscle relaxant Muscle relaxant Antibiotic Antihypertensive (MAO inhibitor) Anticonvulsant Corticosteroid

Parasal Paratyphoid Vaccine Parda Paregoric Parepectolin Parest Pargel Parlodel Parnate

Analgesic, antipyretic antiinflammatory Vaccine Anti-Parkinsonism Antidiarrheal Antidiarrheal Hypnotic, sedative Antidiarrheal Anti-Parkinsonism. Dopamine agonist Antidepressant (MAO inhibitor)

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Paromomycin Parsidol PAS Pathibamate Pathilon Pathocil Pavabid, Pavacap, Paverine Pax-400 Paxil PBZ Pediamycin Pediazole Pemoline Penapar VK Penbritin Penicillamine Penicillin

Defer until after course completed and feeling well. Yes. See criteria for TB. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Evaluate reason for taking medicine. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Evaluate reason for taking medicine. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. If for STD, defer 12 months. Yes, for acne. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 1 week after course completed and feeling well. See criteria for Heart Disease, Angina. Yes, evaluate condition. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. If for STD, defer 12 months. Yes, for acne. Yes. Yes Yes.

Amebicide Anti-Parkinsonism Antituberculous Anticholinergic, antispasmodic, hypnotic, sedative Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Antibiotic Vasodilator Hypnotic, sedative Antidepressant Antihistamine Antibiotic Antibiotic Stimulant Antibiotic Antibiotic Anti-inflammatory Antibiotic

Penntuss Pensyn Pentacef Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate Pentazocine Pentids

Antitussive Antibiotic Antibiotic Antianginal Narcotic analgesic Antibiotic

Pentobarbital Pentosan (Elmiron) Pentoxifylline

Sedative/hypnotic Anti-inflammatory (urinary bladder) Anti-claudication

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Pentritol PenVeeK

See criteria for Heart Disease, Angina. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. If for STD, defer 12 months. Yes, for acne. Yes. Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Yes, evaluate condition. See Aspirin and evaluate condition Yes, evaluate condition. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease, Angina. Yes. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease, Angina. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. If for STD, defer 12 months. Yes, for acne. Yes. Yes. See Aspirin. Yes. Yes Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Evaluate reason for taking medication. If eligible, accept after course completed. Yes. Yes. Yes. 40

Antianginal Antibiotic

Pepcid Pepto-Bismol Percocet Percodan Percogesic Perdiem Pergonal Periactin Peri-Colace Peritrate Permitil Perphenazine Persantine Persistin Pertofrane Petrogalar Pfizer-E Pfizerpen VK

Anti-ulcer medication Antidiarrheal Narcotic analgesic Narcotic analgesic, ASA Analgesic Laxative Fertility drug Antihistamine Laxative Antianginal Antipsychotic Antipsychotic Antianginal, antiplatelet Analgesic, anti-inflammatory Tricyclic antidepressant Laxative Antibiotic Antibiotic

Phazyme Phelantin Phenaphen Phenazodine Phenazopyridine Phendimetrazine Phenelzine Phenergan Phenindione Phenmetrazine Phenobarbital Phenolphthalein

Antigas Anticonvulsant Analgesic, ASA Urinary analgesic Urinary analgesic Anorexiant Antidepressant Antihistamine, antiemetic Anticoagulant Anorexiant Anticonvulsant, tranquilizer Laxative

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Phenoxene Phenoxybenzamine

Yes. No, permanent deferral if for pheochromocytoma. Evaluate. Evaluate reason for taking medication. If eligible, accept after course completed. Yes. No, permanent deferral if for pheochromocytoma. Evaluate. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. No, permanent deferral, if for clotting disorder. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Anti-Parkinsonism Antihypertensive, vasodilator (may cause low pressure or tachycardia on standing) Anticoagulant Anorexiant Antihypertensive Anorexiant Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Decongestant Anorexiant, decongestant Anticonvulsant, analgesic Mineral/laxative Laxative Antibiotic Vitamin K Antiglaucoma agent Antiarrhythmic, antihypertensive Antipsychotic Antihelminthic Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Antidiuretic hormone Hypnotic Vaccine Laxative Antiarthritic, anti-inflammatory Antimalarial Antiplatelet Anorexiant
Calcium channel blocker. Antihypertensive.

Phenprocoumon Phentermine Phentolamine Phentrol Phenylbutazone Phenylephrine Phenylpropanolamine Phenytoin Phosphates Phospho-Soda Phthalysulfa-thiazole Phytonadione Pilocarpine Pindolol Piperacetazine Piperazine Piroxicam Pitressin Placidyl Plague Vaccine Plantago Seed Plaquenil

Yes. Defer until after course completed. If plateletpheresis donor, defer for 3 days. Otherwise, yes. No, permanent deferral if taken on regular basis and not as emergency. Yes. Accept immediately if feeling well and healthy Yes. See criteria for Malaria. See criteria, if for Rheumatoid Arthritis or Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. Evaluate reason for taking medication. If eligible, accept after course completed. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Plavix (clopidrogel) Plegine Plendil Polaramine

Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold.

Antihistamine

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Poloxamer 188 Polycarbophil Polycillin Polymagma Polymox Polythiazide Poly-Vi-Flor, Poly-ViSol Pondimin Ponstel Potaba Potassium Iodide Povan Prantal Pravachol Prazepam Prazosin Precose X Prednis, Prednisal, Prednisolone, Prednisone, Predulose Pregnyl Preludin Premarin Premphase Prempro Presamine Pre-Sate Prevacid Prilosec Primaquine Primatene

Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if symptom free for 3 days. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Laxative Laxative Antibiotic Antidiarrheal Antibiotic Antihypertensive, diuretic Vitamin Anorexiant Anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antipyretic For systemic anti-fibrosis Thyroid agent Antihelminthic Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Cholesterol lowering agent Sedative, tranquilizer Antihypertensive Antihyperglycemic Corticosteroid

Yes. Yes. Yes, if not for fever. Yes, for Peyronies Disease. See criteria for Sceleroderma. Yes. Defer until after course completed. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. See criteria for Malaria, arthritis. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication and symptom free.

Gonadotropin Stimulant Hormone Hormone replacement Hormone replacement Tricyclic antidepressant Anorexiant Anti-ulcer agent Anti-ulcer agent Antimalarial Bronchodilator Anticonvulsant 42

Primidone Yes. Medication Reference Lis t R6/00

Principen Prinivil Prinzide Priscoline Probanthine Probenecid Probucol Procainamide Procan Procarbazine Procardia Procholorperazine Procyclidine Profilate Progesic Progestasert, Progesterone Proglycem Progynon Proketazine Prolixin Proloid Proloprim Promachlor, Promapar Promethazine Pronemia Pronestyl Propacil Propadrine Propantheline Propecia Proplex

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well.


Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antibiotic Antihypertensive Antihypertensive Vasodilator Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Uricosuric agent Antihyperlipidemic Antiarrhythmic Antiarrhythmic Antineoplastic Vasodilator Antipsychotic, antiemetic Anticholinergic, anti-Parkinsonism Blood factor product Analgesic Hormone Hyperglycemic Hormone Antipsychotic Antipsychotic Thyroid replacement Antibiotic Antipsychotic Anti-nauseant, antihistamine Hematinic Antiarrhythmic Antithyroid agent Decongestant Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Used for hair growth Factor IX complex

Evaluate reason for taking medication. Yes. Yes, if for Gout. Defer 12 months if for a STD. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia. See criteria for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia. Follow criteria for Cancer. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for esophageal achalasia, migraine or hypertension. Yes, if for psychosis. Defer until asymptomatic if for nausea. Yes. No, permanent deferral. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes, if asymptomatic. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease. Defer while on drug. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Defer 1 month after course of therapy completed. No, permanent deferral. 43

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Propox 65, Propoxyphene Propranolol Propulsid Propylhexedrine Propylthiouracil Proscar Prostigmin Prostin VR (alprostadil) Protriptyline Protropin Proventil Provera Prozac Pseudoephedrine Psyllium PTU, Propylthiouracil Purinethol Pyrantel Pamoate Pyrazinamide Pyrethrin Pyridium Pyridostigmine Pyridoxine Pyrilamine Pyrimethamine Pyrvinium Quaalude Quadrinal Questran Quinacrine

See Aspirin Yes, for hypertension or migraine. See criteria, if for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia. Yes, if asymptomatic. Yes. Defer while on drug. Defer 1 month after course of therapy completed. See criteria for Myasthenia Gravis. Yes Yes. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Defer while on drug. Follow criteria for Cancer. Defer until after course completed. See criteria for TB. Defer until 48 hours after course completed. Yes. See criteria for myasthenia gravis. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. See criteria for Malaria. Defer until after course completed. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes. See criteria for Malaria. See criteria, if for arthritis. 44

Analgesic, ASA Antianginal, antiarrhythmic Gastric stimulant, antiemetic Beta 2 stimulator Antithyroid agent Used for benign prostatic hypertrophy Anticholinesterase (for myasthenia gravis) Treatment for erectile dysfunction Tricyclic antidepressant Growth hormone (recombinant) Bronchodilator Hormone Antidepressant Decongestant Laxative For hyperthyroidism Antineoplastic Antihelminthic Antituberculous Pediculicide Urinary analgesic Anticholinesterase (for myasthenia gravis) Vitamin Antihistamine Antimalarial Antihelminthic Hypnotic, sedative Bronchodilator Antihyperlipidemic Antimalarial, giardiacide

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Quinaglute Quinapril Quinethazone Quinidex Quinidine Quinine Radioactive Iodine

See Criteria for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia. Yes


Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antiarrhythmic Antihypertensive Antihypertensive, diuretic Antiarrhythmic Antiarrhythmic Antimalarial. Treatment for leg cramps. Antithyroid

See criteria for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia. See criteria for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia. See criteria for Malaria. Yes, if taken for other indications. If for diagnostic use, defer 72 hours or after results are known, whichever is first. Defer 1 month if for therapeutic use. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Raloxifene (Evista) Rampiril Ranitidine Rauwolfia Alkaloids Redux Reglan Regonal Relafen Remeron Remsed Renese Repen-VK Rescinnamine Reserpine, Reserpoid Restoril Retin-A Retinol Retrovir Rhinocort (budesonide) Rho (D) Immune Globulin, Rh o GAM Ribavirin

Treatment for osteoporosis ACE Inhibitor, antihypertensive Antacid Antihypertensive Appetite suppressant Antiemetic, gastric stimulant Anticholinesterase (for myasthenia gravis) Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Antidepressant Antinauseant, antihistamine Antihypertensive, diuretic Antibiotic Antihypertensive Antihypertensive Tranquilizer Vitamin A derivative Vitamin A Antiviral agent Anti-inflammatory, steriod (antirhinitis) Anti-D immune globulin

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if asymptomatic. See criteria for myasthenia gravis. Yes. Yes Yes, if symptom free.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if topical. Defer 1 month from last dose if oral. Yes. Permanent deferral. Yes, if for allergy If for pregnancy, defer until 6 weeks after delivery. If given for an Rh incompatible blood transfusion, defer for 12 months Evaluate condition.

Antiviral

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Riboflavin Rifabutin Rifadin Rifampin RIG (Rabies Immune Globulin) Rimactane Riopan Risendronate Risperdal Ritalin Ritodrine Rizatriptan Robalate Robantaline Robaxin Robaxisal Robenecid Robinul Robitussin Rocatrol Rocephin Rofecoxib Roferon-A Rogaine Rolaids Rondec Ronigen Rowasa Roxanol Rynatann Rynatuss Salicylsalicylic Salsalate

Yes. No, permanent deferral. See criteria for TB. Defer 12 months. See criteria for TB. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. If for pregnancy, defer for 6 weeks after delivery. See Maxalt Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until off medication and symptom free. No, permanent deferral if renal disease. Otherwise, yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. No, permanent deferral. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. No, if for cold. Yes. Evaluate donor Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes.

Vitamin Prevent Mycobacterium avium complex in HIV patients Antituberculous Biological Antituberculous Antacid For osteoporosis Antipsychotic Stimulant Sympathomimetic (inhibits labor)

Antacid Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Muscle relaxant Muscle relaxant Uricosuric agent Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Expectorant Vitamin D Antibiotic Nonsteriodal anti-inflammatory Antileukemic currently Topical for hair restoration Antacid Decongestant, antihistamine Vitamin B derivative Anti-inflammatory enema Analgesic, narcotic Antihistamine, decongestant Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory

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Sandril Sansert Saronil SAS-500 Savacort

Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antihypertensive Antimigraine Sedative/hypnotic Immunomodulator Corticosteroid

Yes. Yes. No. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Secobarbital Seconal Sectal Seldane Selegiline Hcl Semilente Iletin, Semilente Insulin Semprex D Semustine Senna Pod Senokot Septra Serax Serensil Serentil Serevent Inhaler Seromycin Serpasil Serpasil-Apresoline Serpasil-Esidrix Servisone Serzone Sildenafil Simeco Simron Simvastatin Sinarest Sinemet Sinequan

Sedative/hypnotic Beta-blocker, antihypertensive Antihistamine Anti-Parkinsonism Hypoglycemic Antihistamine Antineoplastic Laxative Antibiotic Anticonvulsant, antianxiety Hypnotic, sedative Antipsychotic Anti-asthmatic Antituberculous, antibiotic Antihypertensive

Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. See Insulin. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Follow criteria for Cancer. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, for rosacea. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. See criteria for TB. Yes.

Defer 1 month if oral. Otherwise, yes. Yes. Yes Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Yes. 47

Corticosteroid Antidepressant Treatment for erectile dysfunction. Antacid Hematinic Cholesterol-lowering agent Antihistamine Anti-Parkinsonism Antidepressant, antianxiety

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Singulair Sinubid Sinutab SK-Amitriptyline SK-Ampicillin SK-Dexamethasone Skelaxin SK-Pramine SK-Reserpine SK-Soxazole SK-Tetracycline Slim-Tabs Slo-Bid Slo-Phyllin Slow K Sodium Polystyrene Sodium Salicylate Solatene Solganal Solu-Cortef

Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Evaluate, if for Heart Disease. No, permanent deferral. Yes. Yes. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. See criteria for Heart Disease, Angina.

Anti-asthmatic Antihistamine, decongestant Antihistamine, decongestant Tricyclic antidepressant Antibiotic Steroid Muscle relaxant Tricyclic antidepressant Antihypertensive Antibiotic Antibiotic Anorexiant Bronchodilator Bronchodilator Potassium replacement Potassium binding resin Anti-inflammatory Beta Carotene Sulfonate Anti-inflammatory Corticosteriod

Soluject

Corticosteroid

Solu-Medrol

Corticosteriod

Soma Somatrem Somatropin Somophyllin Sorbitrate

Sedative/hypnotic Growth hormone (recombinant) Growth hormone (recombinant) Bronchodilator Antianginal

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Sorboquel Soriatane Sparine Spastil Spectinomycin

Yes. Defer until 3 years off medication Yes. Yes. Defer 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer for 12 months if taken for STD. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, for hypertension. See Criteria, if for heart disease, for Liver Disease. Yes, if for superficial infection. See criteria for systemic (generalized) infection. Yes, evaluate condition. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. See criteria for TB. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Laxative Used for treatment of psoriasis Tranquilizer Anticholinergic, antispasmodic Antibiotic

Spectrobid Spironolactone Sporonox Stadol Staphcillin Staticin Stearane

Antibiotic Diuretic Antifungal Narcotic analgesic Antibiotic Topical antibiotic Corticosteroid

Stelazine Sterazolidin

Antipsychotic Corticosteroid

Streptomycin Sturartinic Sub-Quin Sucralfate Sudafed Sular Sulfa-chlorpyridazine Sulfacytine Sulfalar, Sulfameter Sulfamethizole Sulfamethoxazole Sulfasalazine Sulfathalidine Sulfisoxazole Sulfose Sulfoxone

Antituberculous Hematinic Antiarrhythmic Antiulcer Antihistamine Antihypertensive Antibiotic

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne.

No, permanent deferral. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes.

Immunomodulator Antibiotic

Antileprosy

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Sulindac Sumatriptan Succinate Sumox Sumycin Supen Suprax Suprofen Suprol Surmontil Sustaire Symmetrel Symptom 2 Symptom 3 Synalar Synalgos Synarel Synthroid Synvisc Sytobex TACE Tacrine Tagamet Talacen Talwin Tamazepam Tambocor Tamoxifen Tandearil Tamsulosin Tao

Yes. Yes, if feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne or rosacea. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. No, if for fever. Otherwise, yes. No, if for fever. Otherwise, yes. Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes, if for Parkinsons disease. Evaluate condition if for viral infection. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. See Aspirin. Yes. Yes. Evaluate condition. Yes. Follow criteria for Cancer. Yes. Yes. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia. Follow criteria for Cancer. Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well.

Non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory Blocks production of Serotonin Antibiotic Antibiotic Antibiotic Antibiotic Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory, Analgesic Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory, Analgesic Antidepressant Bronchodilator Anti-Parkinsonism, Antiviral agent Antihistamine Topical steroid Analgesic, ASA Use in managing endometriosis Thyroid replacement Treatment (injection) for arthritis Vitamin B12 Antineoplastic Anti-Dementia, Alzheimer's disease H2 receptor agonist Analgesic, narcotic Analgesic Antianxiety agent Antiarrhythmic Antineoplastic Anti-inflammatory Benign prostatic hypertrophy Antibiotic

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Tapazole Tarka Tavist Tazarotene Tazidime Technetium99 Tedral Tegison Tegopen Tegretol Teldrin Temaril Temazepam Temovate (clobetasol propionate) Tempra Tenex Tenoretic Tenormin Tenuate Tepanil Terazol Vaginal Cream Terbutaline Terfenadine Terfonyl Terpin Hydrate Terramycin Terrastatin Teslac Tessalon Testoject-E.P.

Defer while on drug. Yes Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Defer 2 weeks Defer for 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer 72 hours, but should evaluate why test done and it's results. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication and symptom free. No, permanent deferral. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Yes. Defer until off medication and symptom free. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antithyroid Antihypertensive Antihistamine Topical gel for acne, psoriasis Antibiotic Radioactive label Bronchodilator Antipsoriasis agent (teratogenic) Antibiotic Anticonvulsant, analgesic Antihistamine Antihistamine, Antipruitic Hypnotic, sedative Topical steroid Antipyretic Antihypertensive Antihypertensive (beta blocker) Antihypertensive (beta blocker) Antianginal Anorexiant Anorexiant Antifungal Bronchodilator Antihistamine Antibiotic Expectorant Antibiotic Antineoplastic Antitussive Hormone Antineoplastic 51

Yes. Yes. Yes Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until off medication and symptom free. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Follow criteria for Cancer. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria. Yes.

Testolactone Follow criteria for Cancer. Medication Reference Lis t R6/00

Testosterone Testred Tetrachel Tetracycline Tetracyn Tetrastatin Tetrex Theelin Theobid Theocap Theoclear 80 Theo-Dor Theolair Theo-Organidin Theophyl Theospan Theracebrin Theragran Theramycin Thiabendazole Thiamine Thiethylperazine Thioguanine Thioridazine Thiothixene Thorazine Thyroglobulin Thyroid Extract Thyrolar Tiazac Ticlid (Ticlopidine hydrochloride) Tigan Tilade inhaler Timentin Timolol

Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne.

Hormone Hormone Antibiotic Antibiotic

Yes. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication.

Hormone Bronchodilator

Yes. Yes. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Defer after course completed. Yes. Yes, if asymptomatic. Follow criteria for Cancer. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease

Vitamin Vitamins/hematinic Antibiotic Antihelminthic Vitamin Antiemetic Antineoplastic Antipsychotic Antipsychotic Antipsychotic Thyroid replacement Thyroid replacement Antianginal, anti-hypertensive Platelet aggregation inhibitor Antinausea Anti-asthma Antibiotic (IV) Antiarrhythmic, antianginal, antihypertensive

Defer until off medication. Yes, if symptom free. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease or arrhythmia

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Tocainide Tocopherol Tofranil Tolazamide Tolazoline Tolbutamide Tolectin Tolinase Tolmetin Tolterodine (Detrol) Tonocard Toprol XL Toradol Torecan Torsemide Tramadol Trandate Tranxene Tranylcypromine Trazodone Trecator-SC Trental Triamcinolone

See criteria for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia. Yes. Yes. Yes. No, permanent deferral. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. See criteria for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease

Antiarrhythmic Vitamin E Tranquilizer Oral hypoglycemic Vasodilator Oral hypoglycemic Anti-inflammatory Oral hypoglycemic Anti-inflammatory Antispasmodic (urinary bladder) Antiarrhythmic Beta blocker Non steroidal anti-inflammatory, analgesic. Antiemetic Diuretic Analgesic Antihypertensive (beta blocker) Tranquilizer Antidepressant Antidepressant Antituberculous Anti-claudication Corticosteroid

Yes. Yes, if asymptomatic. Yes Yes.


Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Yes. Yes. Yes. See criteria for TB. Yes. Evaluate reason for taking medication. Accept when oral, IM or IV treatment is completed. Topical medication is acceptable. Yes, if for allergy. If for cold, see Criteria.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Triaminic, Triaminicin, Triaminicol Triamterene Triavil Trifluoperazine Trihemic 600 Trihexyphenidyl Trilafon Trilisate Trimethobenzamide

Antitussive, antihistamine Diuretic Antipsychotic, antidepressant Antipsychotic Hematinic Anti-Parkinsonism Antipsychotic Anti-inflammatory Antinauseant

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if symptom free. 53

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Trimethoprim Trimipramine Trimtab Trinalin Trinsicon Triprolidine Trisogel Trisoralen Triten Tri-Vi-Flor Trobicin Troleandomycin Trusopt Tums Tussagesic Tussar, Tussend, Tussionex Tussi-Organidin Tuss-Ornade Tylenol Tylenol #3 Tylox Ultralente Iletin Ultralente Insulin Ultram Unasyn Unidur (theophylline) Uniphyl Univasc Urecholine Urex Urised

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well.

Antibiotic Antidepressant Anorexiant Antihistamine Vitamins/iron Antihistamine Antacid Pigmentation agent Antihistamine Vitamin Antibiotic Antibiotic Eye drops for glaucoma Antacid Antihistamine, decongestant, antitussive Antihistamine, decongestant Antitussive, antihistamine Antihistamine, anticholinergic Antipyretic, Analgesic Analgesic Analgesic Hypoglycemic Analgesic Antibiotic Bronchodilator Bronchodilator Ace inhibitor Uricosuric Antiseptic Antiseptic Anticholinergic, antispasmodic

Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes.
Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well.

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes. Defer until off medication and symptom free. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if for allergy. See Criteria, if for cold. Yes, if not for fever. Yes. Yes. See Insulin. Yes.
Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication.

Yes Yes. Yes. Yes.

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Urobiotic Ursodiol Vagisec Vagitrol Valium Valproic Acid Valsartan (Diovan) Valtrex Vancenase Vanceril Inhaler Vanquish Vansil Vantin Vasal Vascor Vasodilan Vasopressin Vasoretic Vasotec V-Cillin V-Cillin K Vectrin Ventolin Ventyl VePesid Verapamil Verelan Vermox Versed Viagra Vibramycin Vibra-Tabs

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes See criteria for Herpes. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, evaluate condition. Yes, if not for fever. Defer until after course completed. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Evaluate donor.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antibiotic Gallstone dissolution agent Topical antiseptic Topical antiseptic Tranquilizer, anticonvulsant Anticonvulsant Angiotension blocker (receptor) Antiviral for Herpes virus Anti-inflammatory steroid Anti-inflammatory steroid Anti-inflammatory, antipyretic Antihelminthic Antibiotic Vasodilator Calcium channel blocker Beta adrenergic stimulant Antidiuretic hormone Antihypertensive, ACE inhibitor Antihypertensive, ACE inhibitor Antibiotic Antibiotic Bronchodilator Chemotherapeutic agent Antianginal, antiarrhythmic, antihypertensive Antianginal, antiarrhythmic, antihypertensive Antihelminthic Sedative Treatment for erectile dysfunction Antibiotic

Yes. No, permanent deferral.


Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. Evaluate, if for Heart Disease.

Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne. Yes, if for controlled Asthma. Otherwise, no, until off medication. See criteria for Cancer.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease, Angina, Arrhythmia. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease, Angina, Arrhythmia.

Defer until after course completed. Yes. Yes Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for acne.

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Vicodin Vi-Daylin Vigran Vi-Magma Viokase Vioxx Virazole Visken Vistaril


Vi-Syneral, Vitamins A, B, B2, B6, B12, C

Yes for pain, allergy. If for cold, see Criteria.

Antitussive, analgesic Vitamin Vitamin Vitamin Enzyme replacement Nonsteriodal anti-inflammatory Antiviral Antiarrhythmic, antihypertensive Antianxiety Vitamin Vitamin Vitamin Vitamin Vitamin Vitamin Antidepressant Stimulant Vitamin C,E,A preparation Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Anorexiant Anticoagulant Antidepressant Correct antifolate effect of methotrexate Analgesic Antacid Anabolic steroid Analgesic, antipyretic Antibiotic Antihypertensive Tranquilizer Antihypertensive, aphrodisiac Amebicide

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes Evaluate condition.


Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease, Arrhythmia.

Yes. Yes. No, if renal disease, otherwise, yes. No, permanent deferral, if for clotting disorder. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Evaluate reason for taking medication. If eligible, accept after course completed.

Vitamin D Vitamin K1 , K3 Vitamins E, C Viterra C, E Vitron C Vivactil Vivarin Vizac Voltaren Voranil Warfarin Wellbutrin Wellcovorin Wigraine Win Gel Winstrol Wygesic Wymox Wytensin Xanax Yocon Yodoxin

Yes. See criteria for Cancer. Yes. Yes. Evaluate condition. Yes, if not for fever.
Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Yes. Yes.
Defer until after course completed and feeling well.

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Yohimbine hydrochloride Zantac Zarontin Zaroxolyn Zebeta Zemuron Zephrex Zestoretic Zestril Ziac Zidovudine Zinacef Zithromax Zocor Zoladex Zoloft Zomax Zovirax Zyban Zyloprim Zymase Zyprexa Zyrtec

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease, Liver Disease. Yes Yes Defer until off medication and symptom free.
Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease. Yes, if for hypertension. See criteria, if for Heart Disease.

Antihypertensive, aphrodisiac Antacid Anticonvulsant Diuretic, antihypertensive Beta blocker Muscle relaxant Decongestant, expectorant Antihypertensive Antihypertensive Antihypertensive Anti-HIV agent Antibiotic Antibiotic Cholesterol lowering agent Gonadotropin secretion inhibitor Antidepressant Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Antiviral for Herpes virus Anti smoking aid Uricosuric Pancreatic enzyme deficiency Antipsychotic Antihistamine

Yes Permanent deferral. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Defer until 48 hours after course completed and feeling well. Yes for acne. Yes. Yes if for endometriosis; otherwise evaluate Yes. Yes. Yes, if mo re than one (1) year after initial outbreak. Yes Yes. Yes Yes Yes

Adopted from the United States Military Department of Defense Drug List 4/99.

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MEDICATIONS CONTAINING ASPIRIN


4-Way Cold Tablets A.P.C. ACA CAPs & No. 2 ACD Acetabar Acetasam Acetidine Acetonyl Acetycol Acuprin Adult Analgesic Pain Reliever Aidant - all varieties Alka Seltzer - all varieties Allylgesic Allylgesic w/ergotamine Alprine BiTabs Aluprin Amsodyne Amytal w/ASA Anacin - all varieties Anahist Analval Anexais w/codeine Anexsis -D Anodynos Ansmco No. 1&2 APAC Apancad APC - all varieties Aphodyne Aphophen Arthra-Zepe Arthritis Pain Formula - all varieties Arthropan liquid ASA Enseals ASA Suppositories As-ca-phen Asalco No. 1&2 Ascaphen Ascaphen compound Ascodeen-30 Ascriptin - all varieties Aspadine Aspergum Aspermin Asphac-G Asphencaf Asphyte Aspir-C Aspir- Lox AD Aspir- Max IB Aspir-phen Aspirbar Aspireze Aspirin (ASA) - all varieties MEH R4/00 ASA Aspirjan Jr. Aspirocal Aspirtab Aspivite Aspodyne Aspridrox Axotal Azdone B-C Powder - all varieties BA-C Tablets Baby Love Back-Quell Ban-O-Pain Bayer - all varieties BC Cold Powder - all varieties BiAct cold Bristamin APC Brogesic Bufabar Buff-A Buff-a-Comp Buffacetin Buffadyne - all varieties Buffaprin Buffasal Bufferin - all varieties Buffets II Buffex, Buffinol Butal Compound Butalbital Butinal Calurin Cama Arthritis Pain Reliever Cama Inlay Capathyn Captron Cardioprin Causalin Cephalgesic Characol Cirin Clistanal Co-ryd Codasa Codempiral No. 2&3 Codesal No. 1&2 Coldate Colrex Congesprin Cope Coralsone modified Cordex Coricidin - all varieties Covangesic Cyclopal and Aspirin Damason-P Daprisal Darvo-Tran Darvon compound 32&65 Darvon w/ASA Darvon-N w/ASA Dasikon Dasin Dasprin Decagesic Decolyn Decotussin Defencin Delenar Demerol w/APC Derfort Derfuln Dilotab Dolcin Dolene compound 65 Dolor Doloral Dorodol Drinscet Dristan Drocogesic #3 Duopac Duradyne Durageuic Easprin Ecotrin - all varieties Emagrin Empiral Empirin - all varieties Emprazil Endolin Enterfilm Epragen Epromate Equagesic Equazine Excedrin Excedrin Extra Strength Fast Relief Pain Formula Fiorgen Fiorinal - all varieties Fizrin Fornasal Galsodyne Gelpirin Gelprin Gemnisyn Genaced Genacote Gennin

MEDICATIONS CONTAINING ASPIRIN


Genprin Gensan Gillodyne Goody's Extra Strength Goody's Headache Powder Halfprin Halprin Hasacode Hasamal CT Henasphen Hepto-M Histadyl & ASA compound Hydrodyne Hypan I-PAC Isollyl Kryl Liquiprin Lumasprin w/Hyoscyamus Magnaprin Magnesium Salicylate Marnal Margesic Massurin Medadent Medaprin Mepro Aspirin Mepro Compound Meprogesic Micranin Midol caplet Midrin Momentum - all varieties Monacet compound Methocarbamol w/ASA Multihist & APC My Luck Effervescent Nembu-Gesic Nembudeine Neogesic Nipirin Night Time Effervescent Norgesic - all varieties Novahistine w/APC Novrad w/ASA Norwich all varieties Nuhist w/APC Opacedrin Opasal Paadon Pabirin PAC - all varieties Pain-Aid Pain Reliever Tablets Palgesic MEH R4/00 ASA Panodynes Analgesic PC-65 Pc-Cap Pedidyna Pentagesic Pepidyne Percobarb Percobarb-Demi Percodan - varieties Persistin Phac Phenaphen Phenaphen w/codeine Pheneasal Pheneaset Improved Phenergan compound Pheno-Formasal Phenodyne Phensal Pirseal Precomp Prediasl Presalin Prolaire-B Propox 65 Propoxyphene Propoxyphene Compound Pyhist Cold Pyrasal Pyrroxate Quiet World Rhinex Rhinocaps Riona Robaxisal - all varieties Roxiprin Rumacol Ryd Sal-Aceto Salabuff Salatin Saleto Salibar Jr. Salipral Salocol Sarogesic Sedagesic Sedalgesic Senaldyne Sigmagen Sine-Aid Sine-Off - all varieties SK-65 Sloprin Sodol Soma Compound Spirin Buffered St. Joseph - all varieties Stanback - all varieties Stero-Darvon w/ASA Supac Suprin Synalgos - all varieties Synirin Talwin Compound Tampogen Tenol Plus Tetrex-APC w/Bristamin Thenylene APC Toloxidyne Trancogesic Tri-Pain Caplets Triaminicin Trigesic Trinprin Uni - AS Plus Uni - Buff Uni - Tren Ursinus Inlay-Tabs Valesin Vanquish Verin Wesprin Buffered Zactirin Zorprin