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Table 2 Most common AFHS-classified medications reported: detailed tier specificationa

From: Medication use and driving patterns in older drivers: preliminary findings from the LongROAD study

Frequency of medications used (N = 24,697 medications)
 N%
40:12 Electrolyte Replacement Preparations16246.6
24:06.08 HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors13845.6
88:16 Vitamin D13775.6
88:28 Multivitamin Preparations12985.3
28:08.04.24 Salicylates12935.2
88:08 Vitamin B Complex7893.2
24:24 beta-Adrenergic Blocking Agents7333.0
68:04 Adrenals6702.7
56:28.36 Proton-pump Inhibitors6472.6
24:32.04 Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors6082.5
24:06.92 Antilipemic Agents, Miscellaneous5902.4
68:36.04 Thyroid Agents5192.1
40:28.20 Thiazide Diuretics5162.1
28:08.04.92 Other Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Agents4982.0
28:16.04.20 Selective Serotonin-reuptake Inhibitors3801.5
52:08 Anti-inflammatory Agents3541.4
28:08.92 Analgesics and Antipyretics, Miscellaneous3381.4
68:20.04 Biguanides3301.3
04:08 Second Generation Antihistamines3181.3
24:32.08 Angiotensin II Receptor Antagonists3171.3
52:08.08 Corticosteroids3041.2
24:28.08 Dihydropyridines2991.2
88:12 Vitamin C2991.2
12:12.08.12 Selective beta-2-Adrenergic Agonists2911.2
28:12.92 Anticonvulsants, Miscellaneous2411.0
  1. aExcludes non-classified medications; the 25 most commonly reported medications are shown; denominator for percentages is total number of AHFS-classified medications (N = 22,863)