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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Ativan oral     986 User Reviews
lorazepam oral     548 User Reviews
Zyprexa oral     434 User Reviews
Reglan oral     352 User Reviews
Zofran oral     137 User Reviews
dexamethasone oral     90 User Reviews
Compazine oral     85 User Reviews
Marinol oral     77 User Reviews
metoclopramide oral     74 User Reviews
ondansetron HCl oral     68 User Reviews
DexPak 13 Day oral     58 User Reviews
ondansetron oral     57 User Reviews
olanzapine oral     53 User Reviews
haloperidol oral     49 User Reviews
Haldol injection     29 User Reviews
Ativan injection     24 User Reviews
prochlorperazine maleate oral     24 User Reviews
Zyprexa Zydis oral     20 User Reviews
Cesamet oral     19 User Reviews
Zofran ODT oral     18 User Reviews
dronabinol oral     18 User Reviews
Zofran intravenous     17 User Reviews
lorazepam injection     8 User Reviews
dexamethasone sodium phosphate injection     8 User Reviews
Lorazepam Intensol oral     8 User Reviews
Aloxi intravenous     8 User Reviews
Compazine rectal     8 User Reviews
Dexamethasone Intensol oral     6 User Reviews
Sancuso transdermal     5 User Reviews
ondansetron HCl intravenous     4 User Reviews
haloperidol lactate oral     4 User Reviews
DexPak 10 day oral     4 User Reviews
Metozolv ODT oral     4 User Reviews
metoclopramide injection     3 User Reviews
Anzemet oral     3 User Reviews
prochlorperazine rectal     3 User Reviews
nabilone oral     3 User Reviews
haloperidol injection     2 User Reviews
palonosetron intravenous     2 User Reviews
dexamethasone sodium phosphate (PF) injection     2 User Reviews
Compro rectal     2 User Reviews
lorazepam in 0.9 % sodium chloride intravenous     1 User Reviews
lorazepam in dextrose 5 % intravenous     1 User Reviews
DexPak 6 Day oral     1 User Reviews
prochlorperazine Edisylate injection     1 User Reviews
dolasetron oral     Be the first to review it
granisetron intravenous     Be the first to review it
granisetron oral     Be the first to review it
ondansetron HCl (PF) injection     Be the first to review it
granisetron (PF) intravenous     Be the first to review it
Granisol oral     Be the first to review it
granisetron transdermal     Be the first to review it
Zuplenz oral     Be the first to review it
ondansetron in 0.9 % sodium chloride intravenous     Be the first to review it
ondansetron in 5 % dextrose intravenous     Be the first to review it

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