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Why are children sensitive to drugs?
Immature renal and hepatic sys
Potassium ions enter cell through which process?
Principle cation in ECF
Toradol is an ex of what kind of drug?
fluid inside the cell
Xanthines act how?
What should you not expect to respond to a laceration?
Act in 1906 that was enacted to protect the public from mislabeled or adulterated drugs?
Pure food and drug Act
Zantac, Tagamet, and Pepci all work because of antagonistic action at which receptor site?
Hormone that stimulates the liver to break down glycogen into glucose?
What do lysosomes do?
Remove damaged organelles or pathogens inside the cells
Immunosuppresant drugs work by?
Suppressing the activity of lymphocytes
What does the golgi apparatus do?
Packages and stores secretory products
Neuromuscular blocking agents
cause complete paralysis
Proteins that kill microorganisms
What is the renal response to metabolic acidosis
retention of sodium bicarb
Removal or destruction of disease-causing organisms or infected material is known as:
Lidocane is what type of drug
sodium channel blocker
The ability of the drug to initiate biological activity as a result of binding to a receptor site is what?
What effect do potassium channel blockers have on the heart?
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