Name of drug Use Excreted via Side effects (major) Type
Diamox (mention in chapter 35 of Stanford) Treating altitude sickness, glaucoma, absence/myoclonic seizures, Marfan syndrome, sleep apnea Renal (kidneys) Frequent urination, tingling/numbness in fingers/toes, taste alterations, increased risk for kidney stones Prescription (℞)
Cytomel (mentioned in chapter 6 of Lucian, M.D.) Treating hypothyroidism and myxedema coma  ? Weight loss, tremor, headache, upset stomach, vomiting, diarrhoea, etc.  ??
Azithromycin (same as above) Used treat or prevent certain bacterial infections, most often those causing middle ear infections, tonsillitus, throat infections, laryngitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, Typhoid, and sinusitis. (See article). Biliary (bile duct), renal (4.5%) Most common side effects are gastrointestinal; diarrhea (5%), nausea (3%), abdominal pain (3%) and vomiting.  ??
Metamucil (not really a drug, but mentioned in chapter 41 of Lucian, M.D.) Fibre supplement Probably the bowels Although there are no specific consequences from consuming it, there are some negative effects from an inadequate intake of dietary fiber. Since it is popularly used as a source of dietary fiber, the intake of dietary fiber could hinder to absorption of vitamins, minerals, and proteins. Over-the-counter (OTC)
Morphine (unknown chapter of Lucian, M.D. and ConjunctionShipping) Pain relief, cough suppressant, antidiarrheal effects, recreational uses Renal 90%, biliary 10% Constipation, addiction, faintness or syncope, pupil constriction, etc. (See article). Schedule II controlled substance
Vicodin (unknown chapter of Lucian, M.D. and also chapter 30 of Stanford) Used to relieve moderate to severe pain.  ?? Side effects for Vicodin are most commonly upset stomach, nausea, and altered mental status (e.g., dizziness, light headedness). Some may become addicted to it (e.g. Greg House on House). Schedule III controlled substance (may be banned someday)
Temazepam (chapter 30 of Stanford) It is generally prescribed for the short-term treatment of sleeplessness in patients who have difficulty maintaining sleep. Renal Includes somnolence, dizziness, fatigue, ataxia, headache, lethargy, impairment of memory and learning, increased reaction time and impairment of motor functions (including coordination problems). Some may become dependent on it. (See article.) In the story it was OTC, but according to Émile, it's banned
Nandrolone (chapter 101 of Lucian, M.D.) Clinical studies have shown it to be effective in treating anaemia, osteoporosis and some forms of neoplasia including breast cancer, and also acts as a progestin-based contraceptive.  ?? in approx. 21 days The positive effects of the drug include muscle growth, appetite stimulation and increased red blood cell production and bone density. Erectile dysfunction and cardiovascular damage. (See article). Schedule III controlled substance

I may have missed some.