home > cold and flu center > cold and flu a-z list > influenza index Influenza InfluenzaRelated Medications « Back to Influenza Index Sorted Alphabetically A-Z Sort by popularity acetaminophen/phenyltoloxamine-oral, Dologesic, Flextra-650, Novagesic, Rhinoflex, Staflex amantadine (Symmetrel - Discontinued) ampicillin benzonatate, Tessalon Perles; Zonatuss CLONIDINE 0.025MG-ORAL Cough Medicine and Cough Syrups cromolyn - oral, Gastrocrom cromolyn liquid - oral, Gastrocrom erythromycin, Eryc, Ery-Tab, E.E.S, Eryped, PCE, (E-Mycin, Ilosone, and Pediazole are discontinued) expectorant/decongestant/narcotic antitussive/acetaminophen-oral hydrocodone/homatropine (Hycodan [discontinued] Tussigon) ibuprofen - oral, Advil, Motrin, Nuprin ibuprofen chewable - oral, Advil, Children's Advil, Motri ibuprofen suspension - oral, Children's Advil, Children's M influenza vaccine live intranasal; FluMist, FluMist Quadrivalent influenza virus vaccine - intramuscular, Afluria, Fluarix, Flublok, Flu influenza virus vaccine - syringe intradermal, Fluzone influenza virus vaccine live - nasal, FluMist ketoprofen - oral, Orudis loracarbef meropenem (Merrem) naproxen - oral, Anaprox, Naprosyn oseltamivir - oral, Tamiflu oseltamivir suspension - oral, Tamiflu oseltamivir, Tamiflu rimantadine - oral, Flumadine rimantadine, Flumadine zanamivir inhaler - oral, Relenza zanamivir, Relenza Sorted by Popularity (as on MedicineNet) Sort alphabetically rimantadine - oral, Flumadine ibuprofen chewable - oral, Advil, Children's Advil, Motri influenza virus vaccine live - nasal, FluMist naproxen - oral, Anaprox, Naprosyn cromolyn liquid - oral, Gastrocrom ibuprofen suspension - oral, Children's Advil, Children's M oseltamivir - oral, Tamiflu zanamivir inhaler - oral, Relenza cromolyn - oral, Gastrocrom ketoprofen - oral, Orudis oseltamivir suspension - oral, Tamiflu ibuprofen - oral, Advil, Motrin, Nuprin CLONIDINE 0.025MG-ORAL benzonatate, Tessalon Perles; Zonatuss erythromycin, Eryc, Ery-Tab, E.E.S, Eryped, PCE, (E-Mycin, Ilosone, and Pediazole are discontinued) Cough Medicine and Cough Syrups hydrocodone/homatropine (Hycodan [discontinued] Tussigon) ampicillin meropenem (Merrem) amantadine (Symmetrel - Discontinued) oseltamivir, Tamiflu zanamivir, Relenza rimantadine, Flumadine acetaminophen/phenyltoloxamine-oral, Dologesic, Flextra-650, Novagesic, Rhinoflex, Staflex loracarbef influenza virus vaccine - intramuscular, Afluria, Fluarix, Flublok, Flu expectorant/decongestant/narcotic antitussive/acetaminophen-oral influenza virus vaccine - syringe intradermal, Fluzone influenza vaccine live intranasal; FluMist, FluMist Quadrivalent Suggested Reading on Flu (Influenza) by Our Doctors Related Diseases & Conditions 38 articles Fever Although a fever technically is any body temperature above the normal of 98.6 F (37 C), in practice, a person is usually not considered to have a significant Malaria Malaria is a disease that is spread by the bite of an infected Anopheles mosquito. Malaria symptoms include fever, chills, nausea, vomiting, and body aches. Pneumonia Pneumonia is inflammation of the lungs caused by fungi, bacteria, or viruses. Symptoms and signs include cough, fever, shortness of breath, and chills. Sore Throat Sore throats are generally described as pain or discomfort in the throat area. A sore throat may be caused by bacterial or viral infections; toxins, irritants, Diarrhea Diarrhea is a change is the frequency and looseness of bowel movements. Symptoms associated with diarrhea are cramping, abdominal pain, and the sensation Cough (Chronic Cough) Chronic cough is a cough that does not go away and is generally a symptom of another disorder such as asthma, allergic rhinitis, sinus infection, cigarette Respiratory Syncytial Virus Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) Reye's Syndrome Reye's syndrome (RS or Reye syndrome) is a sudden, sometimes fatal, disease of the brain with degeneration of the liver. Reye syndrome is associated with Eustachian Tube Problems (Problems Clearing Your Ears) The Eustachian tube is a membrane lined tube that connects the Cold Sores (Nongenital Herpes Simplex Infections) Herpes simplex infections are common and when they appear around the mouth and lips, people often refer to them as "cold sores" and "fever blisters." Canker Cold, Flu, Allergy Treatments Before treating a cold, the flu, or allergies with over-the-counter (OTC) medications, it's important to know what's causing the symptoms, which symptoms Headache Headaches can be divided into two categories: primary Bioterrorism Bioterrorism is a form of terrorism where there is the intentional release of biological agents such as viruses, germs, or bacteria. Diseases caused by SARS Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is a respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV. Symptoms include fever and shortness of breath. Patients Antibiotic Resistance (Drug Resistance, Antimicrobial Resistance) Drug resistance (antimicrobial resistance) is the ability of bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses to grow, even in the presence of a drug that would Taste Disorders The most common taste disorder is phantom taste perception; that is, a lingering, often unpleasant taste even though you have nothing in your mouth. We Nausea and Vomiting Nausea is an uneasiness of the stomach that often precedes vomiting. Nausea and vomiting are not diseases, but they are symptoms of many conditions. The Headaches in Children Kids get headaches and migraines too. Many adults with headaches started having them as kids, in fact, 20% of adult headache sufferers say their headaches Bronchitis (Acute) Bronchitis is inflammation of the airways in the lung. Acute bronchitis is is short in duration (10 to 20 days) in comparison with chronic bronchitis, Bird Flu (Avian Influenza, Avian Flu) Bird flu (avian flu, avian influenza) infection in humans may result from contact with infected poultry. There is a vaccine to prevent human infection Adenovirus 14 Adenovirus infection, particularly Ad14, or the "killer cold virus" has been on the increase in the past two years. Symptoms range from those experienced Plague (Black Death) Plague is an infectious disease caused by the Emphysema, Chronic Bronchitis, and Colds If you have a COPD such as emphysema, avoiding chronic bronchitis and colds is important to avoid a more severe respiratory infection such as pneumonia. Mercury Poisoning Mercury is a naturally occurring element found in water, soil, and the air. Mercury is also contained in some fish, some of the products we use in the Adult-Onset Asthma Adult-onset asthma is asthma that is diagnosed in people over 20 years of age. Symptoms include wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath and difficulty Exercise-Induced Asthma Exercise-induced asthma is asthma triggered by vigorous exercise. Symptoms include coughing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, wheezing, and fatigue Swine Flu Novel H1N1 influenza A virus infection (swine flu) is an infection that generally is transferred from an infected pig to a human, however there have been Pregnancy: Swine Flu and the H1N1 Vaccine Pregnant and women who are breastfeeding are encouraged to receive the seasonal flu shot as well as the 2009 H1N1 influenza (swine flu) vaccine. 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