The Med List

A rather daunting task, compiling a lot of information about commonly used medicines for sarc. I decided I'd post them under single headings in a single journal for my own convenience. The main reason to do them one at a time rather than all it once is wholly a selfish one; it is simply too time consuming and overwhelming to try and compile the whole list at once.
What this means, of course, is that I will make this journal a no-reply journal for two reasons. One, it will make it much, much easier for the reader to locate what they wish. Two, it will make it much easier for me to keep it organized. If there are additional questions a separate discussion can be started for that question, and a link to this journal if need be.
Now, I am not a pharmacist, and I don't think anyone here needs the exhaustive information on each drug, so I will try to present the basics that I believe will come up. If I need to edit more in - or if it seems there is more than needed - I will adjust as necessary.

I present the medications in no particular order other than how they occur to me.

Edited September 22, 2008 at 12:27 pm

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