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5 Matching questions

  1. timolol
  2. naloxone
  3. acepromazine
  4. opium
  5. benzodiaepines for behavior:
  1. a increase GABA in brain tranquilizers for fears and phobias used for separation anxiety w/other meds to reduce panic think situation anxiety take as needed OD = dangerous CNS depression >10% dogs get excited
  2. b Narcan (also naltrexone) reverse opioids
  3. c naturally occuring from poppy plant antidiarrheal controlled
  4. d an alpha blocker AKA adrenergic antagonist AKA sympatholytic a phenothiazine tranquilizer/sedative blocks dopamine for situational anxiety can cause low BP, hypothermia, and vasodilation d/t alpha antagonism no analgesia effects reduced on fearful/excited animal
  5. e a beta blocker AKA adrenergic antagonist AKA sympatholytic eye drops prevent glaucoma in contralateral eye by decreasing aqueous humor production

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Dopram a CNS stimulant for respiratory distress like in neonates after C-section, during or after anesthesia, or CPR given IV or sublingually
  2. Neosynephrine an adrenergic agonist AKA sympathomimetic topical nasal vasoconstrictor to decrease nasal secretions (nosebleeds)
  3. Dexdomitor an adrenergic alpha 2 agonist AKA sympathomimetic sedative can cause low HR, BP, and AV block for sedation, analgesia, emesis, chemical restraint, and short term anesthesia when combod good for outpatient appointments can reverse quickly so animal can go home
  4. Numorphan mu agonist may excite cats, panting (paradixical), easy startling, for pre-med and analgesia controlled
  5. ace/torb, ace/buprenex, dex/hydromorphone

5 True/False questions

  1. phenoxybenzamineNeosynephrine an adrenergic agonist AKA sympathomimetic topical nasal vasoconstrictor to decrease nasal secretions (nosebleeds)

          

  2. guiafenesin or glyceral guaiacolate (GG)Ovaban synthetic progestin last ditch effort for urine marking and intraspecies aggression can cause diabetes mellitus in cats (DM), PU/PD, weight gain, personalty changes, endometrial and/or mammary hyperplasia, and mammary neoplasia

          

  3. detomidineDemerol mu agonist rarely used controlled

          

  4. ketamine HCldissociative agent blocks NMDA receptors in brain for anesthesia (not surgical plane) may produce catalepsy(rigid muscles), twithching, dry eye, salivation, convulsions, and hallucinations anesthesia, analgesia, and amnesia often combined w/ sedative like diazepam to decrease catalepsy and deepen anesthesia eyes stay open eye lube! good outer (somatic) analgesia but not visceral (organs) for sedation, restraint, controlled

          

  5. propanololPropoflo and Rapinovet very short acting anesthetic/hypnotic rapid and smooth anesthesia emulsion of soybean oil, glycerol, egg, and lechtin no preservatives use w/in 6 hours only milky IV drug allowed "milk of amnesia" good for sight hounds and patients w/ arrhythmias unlike thiopental not controlled yet can cause apnea if given too fast new propofol 28 clear not milky good for 28 days

          

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