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Pharm Ch. 11-14
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integumentary medications are most commonly given by which route?
which of the following statements about retinoids is false?
they cause no serious side effects
all of the following types of medications are used to treat impetigo except:
treatment for fungal infections include:
lotrimin and lamisil
treatment for thrush infection include:
the function of COX-2 inhibitors is to:
minerals that affect muscle function include:
calcium, magnesium, and potassium
a toxic substance that's used as a muscle relaxant is:
anti-gout medications are given after the acute attack is over because:
giving medications during the attack may cause uric acid to migrate to additional joints
which type is a salicylate?
which is not a neurotransmitter?
which drugs is classified as a mood stabilizer?
which is used to treat alcoholism?
symptoms of cholinergic crisis include:
extreme muscle weakness and repository depression
which drug dilates the pupils?
medications that increase intraocular pressure by decreasing the flow of aqueous humor include:
alpha blockers, beta blockers, carbonic anhydrase inhibitors, osmotic diuretics
injections of the eye which are treated with ophthalmic antibiotics include:
conjunctivitis (pinkeye), styes
botox can help with:
deep lumps that involve inflammation deep below the skin:
are either black or white heads:
bacterial infection of the skin that occurs most commonly in children:
type of skin irritation without pus; small bumps create a reddened color of the skin:
inflammatory disease that affects the sebaceous glands:
hardening of the epithelial tissue:
a condition caused by an overproduction of skin oils:
abreva treats cold sores caused by the HSV-1 virus
both scabies and lice are treated with lindane
fibromyalgia is described as abnormal tension in one area of the body, such as in the limbs, neck, face, eyes, or spine
false, general ache
osteoarthritis is described as involving erosion of bone where the bones meet at the joints:
cholinergic medications release acetylcholine, which relaxes the body:
analgesics produce loss of sensation:
false, pain without loss of sensation
gentamicin is used to treat bacterial infections:
restasis is used to treat inflammation and pain due to injury or surgery of the eye
false, chronic dry eye
anti-epileptic drug used to treat fibromyaligia
disease modifying anti-rheumatic drug
different types of medications treat skins either (blank) or (blank), depending on the ailment
inflammatory conditions of the skin include (blank, blank, blank, and blank)
burns, atopic, dermatitis, psoriasis
psoriasis is a (2blanks) skin disease in which, for (blank) reasons, the life (blank) of (blank) cells is shortened
chronic inflammatory, unknown, cycle, skin
NSAIDs reduce (blank), which is helpful to the patient with (blank), or (2 blanks). Some of the concerns regarding NSAIDs are (blank) gastrointestinal bleeding and (blank) and (blank) caused by long-term use.
inflammation, gout, osteoarthritis, or rheumatoid arthritis, increased, renal, damages
generally, NSAIDs block the production of both (blank) and (2 blanks). COX-2 inhibitors block only the (blank) of the COX-2 enzyme and allow the (blank) enzyme to continue to be produced
COX-1, COX-2 enzymes, production, COX-1
COX-1 (blank) are present in many (blank) in the body, such as the (blank), where they provide (blank) to the stomach and (blank). By allowing this (blank) to continue (blank), the risk of (blank) and (blank) with prolonged use is reduced.
enzymes, tissues, stomach, protection, intestines, enzyme, production, ulerceration, bleeding
because corticosteroids (blank) the body's ability to fight (blank), they are used only for (blank-blank blank) during (2 blanks) episodes
reduce, infection, short-term therapy, acute symptomatic
nervous symptom medications are used to treat pain, (blank), depression, (blank), insomnia, (blank) and (blank). Any medication that affects the mind, (blank) or (blank) is known as (blank)
anxiety, mania, convulsions, schizophrenia, emotions, behaviors, psychotropic
release epinephrine or norepinephrine, which excites the body
controls the body's fight-or-flight response
sympathetic nervous system
releases acetylcholine, which relaxes the body
helps the body rest and relax
parasympathetic nervous system
treats the abnormal actions or behavior caused by psychoses
produces loss of sensation
reduces pain, without eliminating feeling or sensation
reduces the intensity of such feelings as fear, danger, and tension
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