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My Medicines: Q-Z

There are 89 Information leaflets about medicines with names beginning with: Q-Z.

Quinapril

Quinapril and hydrochlorothiazide

Raltegravir

Ranitidine

Ribavirin

Rifabutin

Rifampicin

Risedronate

Ritonavir

Rituximab

Rituximab (for transplant patients)

Rivaroxaban

Rivastigmine

Rizatriptan

Ropinirole

Rosuvastatin

Roxithromycin

Sacubitril and valsartan

Salbutamol (for inhalation)

Salbutamol (oral)

Salmeterol

Saxagliptin

Selegiline

Sennoside B

Sertraline

Sildenafil (for erectile dysfunction)

Sildenafil (for pulmonary hypertension)

Simvastatin

Sirolimus (for transplant patients)

Sitagliptin

Sodium supplements (tablet)

Solifenacin

Sotalol

Spironolactone

Sulfasalazine

Sumatriptan

Tacrolimus (for transplant patients)

Tadalafil

Tamoxifen

Tamsulosin

Temazepam

Tenofovir

Terazosin

Terbinafine (tablet)

Terbutaline

Testosterone (capsule)

Testosterone (injection)

Testosterone (patch)

Theophylline

Thiamine (tablet)

Ticagrelor

Timolol (oral)

Tinzaparin

Tiotropium

Tobramycin (injection)

Tolcapone

Tolterodine

Topiramate

Tramadol

Tranexamic acid

Tranylcypromine

Triamcinolone (skin cream or ointment)

Triazolam

Trifluoperazine

Trimethoprim

Trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole

Trimipramine

Ursodeoxycholic acid

Valaciclovir

Valganciclovir

Valproate sodium

Vancomycin (injection)

Vancomycin (liquid)

Vardenafil

Varenicline

Venlafaxine

Verapamil

Viekira Pak (dasabuvir, ombitasvir, paritaprevir and ritonavir)

Vigabatrin

Vildagliptin

VitABDECK

Vitamin B complex

Voriconazole

Warfarin

Zoledronic acid (for cancer patients)

Zoledronic acid (for osteoporosis)

Zopiclone

Zuclopenthixol (injection)

Zuclopenthixol (tablet)

About My Medicines

My Medicines Patient Information Leaflets (PILs) contain important, but not all, information about the medicines they describe.

For more information about the sheets, see: What does a My Medicines sheet cover?

My Medicines is developed by a team at the Canterbury District Health Board. Our team is made up of doctors, pharmacists, and a non-medical person to help us keep to plain language. We also discuss our information with specialist health professionals or groups when needed