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  1. Pseudoephredine (Sudafed)
  2. Zidovudine (Retrovir)
  3. Routes of administration for Insulin
  4. Lovenox (low molecular weight heparin)
  5. Define antagonist
  1. a indications: used as an anticoagulant, prophylaxis of DVT
    AE: hemorrhage, immune mediated thrombocytopenia, and severe neurologic injury
    Labs: none needed
  2. b indications: nasal decongestant, causes vasoconstriction of blood vessels in nose
    AE: CNS stimulation (restlessness, irritability, anxiety), use cautiously in pts w/ HTN and CAD
  3. c indications: 1st drug to treat HIV
    AE: severe anemia and neutropenia, bone marrow suppression, liver damage, gi effects
  4. d produce their effects by preventing receptor activation by endogenous regulatory molecules and drugs.
    Has affinity, but not intrinsic activity
    no receptor activation
  5. e subQ - (abd for most consistency)
    inhalation
    subQ infusion (delivers basal infusion and bolus at mealtime
    IV (regular)

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. cause: clindamycin, amoxicillin, ampicillin, cephalexin
    bacterial infection - contact, hand sanitizer doesn't kill it!
    treatments: metronidiazole (Flagyl) or vanco
  2. aka biotransformation
    enzymatically mediated alteration of drug structure
  3. *inhaled glucocorticoid
    indications: long term asthma, nasal congestion, seasonal and perennial rhinitis
    AE: adrenal suppression and bone loss, oral & pharyngeal candidiasis, disphonia (hoarseness)
  4. indications: seasonal allergic rhinitis, cold symptoms, allergic reactions, motion sickness, sleep aid (doesn't reduce nasal congestion)
    AE: anticholinergic effects (dry mouth/nose/eyes), urinary retention, constipation, and drowsiness
  5. indications: antifungal agent, mycoses
    AE: nephrotoxicity (monitor urine output), infusion reactions (fever, chills, nausea, HA), hypokalemia, bone marrow suppression

5 True/False Questions

  1. Define hepatotoxicity. What labs are involved?an agent or factor that causes a malformation of an embryo.
    1- drug must cause a characteristic set of malformations
    2-must act only during a specific window of vulnerability (wks 4-7 of gestation)
    3-incidence of malformations should increase with increasing dosage and duration of exposure

          

  2. Heparinindications:pain
    AE: respiratory depression, bradycardia, allergic reactions, constipation
    antidote: narcan, give colace for constipation

          

  3. Tetracyclinesindications: chlamydia, mycoplasma, H. pylori, bacillus anthracis, rocky mt. spotted fever, cholera, lyme disease, acne, and peridontal disease
    AE: GI upset, teeth discoloration, c. diff, candida, hepatotoxic, nephrotoxic, photosensitive, and super infection
    * do not give to pregnant women or children under 8

          

  4. Sildenafil (Viagra)indications: TB
    - always used w/ other TB meds
    AE: red orange discoloration of secretions, hepatotoxicity, hepatitis

          

  5. Morphineindications: decrease drowsiness, fatigue, peripheral vasodilation, CNS vasoconstriction, relaxation of bronchi, neonatal apnea
    AE: convulsions, tinnitus, flashing lights, palpitations, dizziness, diuresis, tachycardia, respiratory stimulation

          

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