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Rasmussen Pharmacology Test 3 part 3
Terms in this set (25)
How are obstructive and restrictive diseases different?
Obstructive diseases respond to medications that open the airway
Restrictive diseases require removal of outer forces that prevent lung expansion
causes of dyspnea
Heart Failure, Asthma, Pneumonia, Pulmonary embolus, Farmers Lung, COPD, Abdominal distension, Anemia, Fever, Pain, Metabolic Acidosis.
medication management of dyspnea for Hearth Failure
medication management of dyspnea for Asthma
medication management of dyspnea for Pneumonia
medication management of dyspnea for Pulmonary Embolus
medication management of dyspnea for Farmers Lung
medication management of dyspnea for COPD
medication management of dyspnea for Abdominal Distension
medication management of dyspnea for Anemia
Red blood cells
medication management of dyspnea for Fever
medication management of dyspnea for Pain
medication management of dyspnea for Metabolic Acidosis
What are the side effects of Spiriva and related precautions?
Anticholinergic effects (urine retention, constipation, dry mouth, tachycardia, pupil dilation
What are the side effects of Advair and related precautions?
Adrenergic effects and Thrush due to steroid immune suppression
What are the side effects of Albuterol & related precautions
Adrenergic effects (tachycardia, hypertension, tremors and nervousness
What is a duoneb and how is it different from Combivent?
They are the same. Both are a combination of albuterol & ipratropium.
One is an inhaler, one is a nebulizer treatment (more powerful than the inhaled version)
Can inhalers be given to people who are having allergic reactions
Yes! But they won't suppress acute immune flares
How are tiatropium and ipratropium different
Tiatropium (Spiriva) is a maintenance Rx. Ipratropium (Atrovent) is more rapid acting
How are albuterol and salmeterol different?
Salmerterol (Serevent) is a maintenance Rx. Albuterol (Proventil) is a rescue Rx
How are fluticasone & Atrovent different?
Fluticasone (Flovent) is an immune suppressor. Atrovent (ipratropium) is a bronchodilator
What are the risks of Aminophylline toxicity?
Seizures and arrhythmias
What is a normal aminophylline level
whhat is the difference between Robitussin and Guaifensin?
Guaifensin is the generic name for Robitussin, Mucinex and Gerituss preparations
Cite 3 ways that neurological disturbances that can affect respiration
Pressure on the brain stem, dropping rate and depth of respirations, impairing respiratory muscles and ability to cough
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