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Nervous System 1.0
_____ comprises all nervous tissue out…
What are the two types of cells that m…
_____ is the cytoplasm surrounding the…
This type of neuron has two processes…
peripheral nervous system
neurons... glia
perikaryon
bipolar neurons
_____ comprises all nervous tissue out…
peripheral nervous system
What are the two types of cells that m…
neurons... glia
The Nervous System 1.0
What makes up the Central Nervous Syst…
Peripheral Nervous System consists of?
The Central Nervous System is divided…
Somatic
The brain and spinal cord
Afferent & Efferent neurons (basically everything else)
The Somatic and Autonomic
Voluntary movement... Skeletal muscle
What makes up the Central Nervous Syst…
The brain and spinal cord
Peripheral Nervous System consists of?
Afferent & Efferent neurons (basically everything else)
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1.0 division of the nervous system
CNS
PNS
ganglia
enteric plexuses
consists of the brain and spinal cord
consist of all nervous tissue outside of the CNS; inlacing cr…
clusters of neuron cell bodies
extensive network of neurons located in the GI tract organ wa…
CNS
consists of the brain and spinal cord
PNS
consist of all nervous tissue outside of the CNS; inlacing cr…
drugs used in nervous system 1
Sympathetic (Adrenergic): "fight or fl…
Parasympathetic (Cholinergic): "homeos…
Cholinergic Receptors
adrenergic receptos
-Increases heart rate, respiration rate, and blood flow to mu…
-Brings heart rate, respiration rate, and blood flow to muscl…
-Muscarinic (M): at the target organ ... -Nicotinic (N): moto…
alpha and beta receptors
Sympathetic (Adrenergic): "fight or fl…
-Increases heart rate, respiration rate, and blood flow to mu…
Parasympathetic (Cholinergic): "homeos…
-Brings heart rate, respiration rate, and blood flow to muscl…
Drugs and the Nervous System Unit 1
psychopharmacology
Psychoactive drugs
Drug
Paracelsus
Systematic study of the effects of drugs... ("pharm") on behavio…
Drugs that affect feelings, thoughts,... perceptions, or behavio…
Chemical substance, that when taken into... the body, alters the…
All things are poison and... nothing is without poison,... only the…
psychopharmacology
Systematic study of the effects of drugs... ("pharm") on behavio…
Psychoactive drugs
Drugs that affect feelings, thoughts,... perceptions, or behavio…
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4.0 Nervous System
Neurons
Neuroglia
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
basic functional units of nervous system
supporting cells. primarily connective tissue protecting and…
consists of brain and spinal cord
divided into sensory-somatic nervous system and the autonomic…
Neurons
basic functional units of nervous system
Neuroglia
supporting cells. primarily connective tissue protecting and…
Central Nervous System Drugs 1
suprane
ethrane
ketalar
actiq
desflurane
enflurane
ketamine
fentanyl
suprane
desflurane
ethrane
enflurane
Central Nervous System Drugs 1
Suprane
Ethrane
Ketalar
Actiq
desflurane
enflurane
ketamine
fentanyl
Suprane
desflurane
Ethrane
enflurane
central Nervous System Drugs 1
Suprane
Ethrane
Ketalar
Actiq
desflurane
enflurane
ketamine
fentanyl
Suprane
desflurane
Ethrane
enflurane
Nervous System Notes 1.0 Block Science
Cerebrum
Cerebellum
Medulla
CNS
Area of the brain responsible for all voluntary activities of…
A large structure of the brain that controls motor skills.
Base of brainstem; controls heartbeat and breathing
Central nervous system; 31 pairs of nerves
Cerebrum
Area of the brain responsible for all voluntary activities of…
Cerebellum
A large structure of the brain that controls motor skills.
1-15.0 - Autonomic Nervous System and Reflexes
What are the 2 visceral reflexes that…
What are the 3 autonomic reflexes that…
What are the 3 hypothalamic reflexes t…
TRUE or FALSE: Visceral reflexes invol…
1) Micturition... 2) Emesis
1) Deglutition... 2) Salivation... 3) Blood pressure
1) Body temperature... 2) Thirst... 3) Milk Ejection
FALSE, it also involves somatic motor fibers
What are the 2 visceral reflexes that…
1) Micturition... 2) Emesis
What are the 3 autonomic reflexes that…
1) Deglutition... 2) Salivation... 3) Blood pressure
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Autonomic Nervous System Drugs
How does the autonomic nervous system…
Three main activities (Homeostatis Mai…
Sympathetic (Adrenergic) branches incl…
Parasympathetic (Cholinergric) Branch…
It has involuntary control over vital functions of the cardio…
1. Contraction of the bronchi, blood vessels, gastrointestina…
Alpha and Beta drugs
Nicotinic and Muscarinic
How does the autonomic nervous system…
It has involuntary control over vital functions of the cardio…
Three main activities (Homeostatis Mai…
1. Contraction of the bronchi, blood vessels, gastrointestina…
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The Central Nervous System Drugs 1-20
Suprane
Ethrane
Ketalar
Actiq
desflurane
enflurane
ketamine
fentanyl
Suprane
desflurane
Ethrane
enflurane
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Central Nervous System Drugs III 1-21
Prozac
Paxil
Zoloft
Elavil
fluoxetine
paroxetine
sertraline
amitriptyline
Prozac
fluoxetine
Paxil
paroxetine
Autonomic Nervous System Drugs Pt.1
Pharmacology
Mechanisms of Poisons
Parasympathetic NS components
Sympathetic NS components
The alteration of physiology by drugs
They all kill by altering the Autonomic Nervous System
Neurotransmitter : Acetylcholine... Receptor Type : Cholinergic…
Neurotransmitter: Norepinephrine... Receptor Type : Adrenergic... R…
Pharmacology
The alteration of physiology by drugs
Mechanisms of Poisons
They all kill by altering the Autonomic Nervous System
Drugs Affecting the Nervous System #1
what are the Drugs Affecting the Nervo…
what do analgesics that effect the CNS…
what are opiods known as?
what are opiates?
A. Analgesics... B. Tranquilizers/Sedatives... -tranquilizers cause…
Opioids
Most potent analgesics used in veterinary medicine
drugs extracted from poppy seeds(plant material)
what are the Drugs Affecting the Nervo…
A. Analgesics... B. Tranquilizers/Sedatives... -tranquilizers cause…
what do analgesics that effect the CNS…
Opioids
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Drugs and the Nervous System
Why study drugs?
Good drugs vs. Bad drugs
Tobacco
Coffee
Combat drug abuse... Combat anxiety, sleeplessness, depression,…
Motivation (appropriate or not? abuse?)... Help us understand…
Plant... Nicotine
Plant... Caffeine
Why study drugs?
Combat drug abuse... Combat anxiety, sleeplessness, depression,…
Good drugs vs. Bad drugs
Motivation (appropriate or not? abuse?)... Help us understand…
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Autonomic Nervous System Drugs
Cholinomimetic Drugs
Cholinomimetic Drugs Names
Nicotine
Bethanecol
Mimic Acetocholine
Nicotine... Bethanecol... Neostigmine
Agonist at nicotinic receptors (Nn) binds and opens cation ch…
Agonist at muscarinic receptors
Cholinomimetic Drugs
Mimic Acetocholine
Cholinomimetic Drugs Names
Nicotine... Bethanecol... Neostigmine
PS1 Central Nervous System Drugs III
Prozac
Paxil
Zoloft
Elavil
Fluoxetine
Paroxetine
Sertraline
Amitriptyline
Prozac
Fluoxetine
Paxil
Paroxetine
Nervous System 1 (Drug/Class)
atomoxetine
benztropine
carbamazepine
carbidopa/levodopa
selective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor
anticholinergic
anticonvulsant
decarboxylase inhibitor/dopamine precursor
atomoxetine
selective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor
benztropine
anticholinergic
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Nervous System Drugs
Baclofen
Lioresal
Diazepam
Valium
Liorseal ... treat reversible spasticity
Baclofen ... treat reversible spasticity
Valium ... best muscle relaxer
Diazepam ... best muscle relaxer
Baclofen
Liorseal ... treat reversible spasticity
Lioresal
Baclofen ... treat reversible spasticity
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Pharmacology 1; drugs of the autonomic nervous system
Alpha-1 receptors
Alpha-2
Beta-1
Beta-2
Adrenergic; blood vessels, eye (mydriasis), bladder, prostate
Adrenergic; inhibit release of norepinephrine, vasodilation
Adrenergic; heart and kidney; increase HR/cardiac force, rele…
Adrenergic; lungs(bronchodilation), liver(glycogenolysis), ut…
Alpha-1 receptors
Adrenergic; blood vessels, eye (mydriasis), bladder, prostate
Alpha-2
Adrenergic; inhibit release of norepinephrine, vasodilation
PS1 Central Nervous System Drugs
Suprane
Ethrane
Ketalar
Actiq
Desflurane
Enflurane
Ketamine
Fentanyl
Suprane
Desflurane
Ethrane
Enflurane
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Nervous system 2.0
the basic functional cell of the nervo…
-dendrites... -cell body... -axon... -axon term…
cellular extension that collects nerve…
contains the nucleus and other organel…
Neuron
Parts of a neuron
Dendrite
Cell body
the basic functional cell of the nervo…
Neuron
-dendrites... -cell body... -axon... -axon term…
Parts of a neuron
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Autonomic Nervous System Drugs
Cholinomimetic Drugs
Cholinomimetic Drugs Names
Nicotine
Bethanecol
Mimic Acetocholine
Nicotine... Bethanecol... Neostigmine
Agonist at nicotinic receptors (Nn) binds and opens cation ch…
Agonist at muscarinic receptors
Cholinomimetic Drugs
Mimic Acetocholine
Cholinomimetic Drugs Names
Nicotine... Bethanecol... Neostigmine
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Drugs Nervous System 3
Modafinil
Armodafinil
Zolpidem
Zaleplon
Narcolepsy/Shift work - Provigil... MoA: Increased release of N…
Narcolepsy/Shift work - Nuvigil... MoA: Increased release of NE…
Insomnia (non-benzo) - Ambien... MoA: Potentiate GABAs ability…
Insomnia (non-benzo) - Sonata... MoA: Potentiate GABAs ability…
Modafinil
Narcolepsy/Shift work - Provigil... MoA: Increased release of N…
Armodafinil
Narcolepsy/Shift work - Nuvigil... MoA: Increased release of NE…
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WGS 1.0 Intro to Nervous System
Why are there dorsal ganglion, but no…
The spinal cord ends at L1/L2, which s…
What are the 4 stages of neurodevelopm…
What are the functions of the neuroect…
Because the cell bodies of sensory neurons sit outside the sp…
cauda equina
1. Induction ... 2. Neurulation ... 3. Vesicle Formation ... 4. Forebr…
Neuroectoderm = specialized ectoderm which forms brain, spina…
Why are there dorsal ganglion, but no…
Because the cell bodies of sensory neurons sit outside the sp…
The spinal cord ends at L1/L2, which s…
cauda equina
Nervous System <'(^0^)'>
Neurons
Dendrites
Axon
Synapse
A specialized cell transmitting nerve impulses, a nerve cell.
A short branched extension of a nerve cell, along which impul…
The long thread like part of a nerve cell along which impulse…
a junction between two nerve cells, consisting of a minute ga…
Neurons
A specialized cell transmitting nerve impulses, a nerve cell.
Dendrites
A short branched extension of a nerve cell, along which impul…
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nervous system 3.0
general senses
special senses
sensation
perception
receptors widely distributed throughout the body including th…
have more specialized receptors and are confined to structure…
raw form in which sensory receptors send information to the b…
way our brain interprets info
general senses
receptors widely distributed throughout the body including th…
special senses
have more specialized receptors and are confined to structure…
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Drugs Nervous System I
Lidocaine
Procaine
Cocaine
Side effects of all opioids
Amide - Local Anesthetic... MoA: Blocks VGSC; Medium Acting... Si…
Ester - Local Anesthetic... MoA: Blocks VGSC; Short Acting... Sid…
Amide - Local Anesthetic... MoA: Blocks VGSC; Blocks NE reuptak…
Constipation and decrease respiratory drive
Lidocaine
Amide - Local Anesthetic... MoA: Blocks VGSC; Medium Acting... Si…
Procaine
Ester - Local Anesthetic... MoA: Blocks VGSC; Short Acting... Sid…
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3.0 Nervous System Test Review
The brain and the spinal cord are part…
Jane fell on the ice walking to her ca…
The nerve cell is a ?
The tough fibrous fluid containing mem…
CNS - central nervous system
piamater
neuron
meninges
The brain and the spinal cord are part…
CNS - central nervous system
Jane fell on the ice walking to her ca…
piamater
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Pharmacology - Nervous System Drugs
acetylcholine
norepinephrine
cholinergic
adrenergic
preganglionic neurotransmitter in both sympathetic and parasy…
postganglionic neurotransmitter in sympathetic nervous system
Parasympathetic nervous system receptors; includes muscarinic…
Sympathetic nervous system receptors; includes alpha 1, alpha…
acetylcholine
preganglionic neurotransmitter in both sympathetic and parasy…
norepinephrine
postganglionic neurotransmitter in sympathetic nervous system
20 terms
Nervous system 3.0
Cerebellum
Protection of CNS
Meningies
Dura mater
2 hemispheres w/ convoluted surfaces, provides involentsrg co…
Scalp and skull,... Skull and vertebral column, meninges, cerebr…
Dura mater
Double layered external covering, folds inward in several areas
Cerebellum
2 hemispheres w/ convoluted surfaces, provides involentsrg co…
Protection of CNS
Scalp and skull,... Skull and vertebral column, meninges, cerebr…
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Drugs and the Nervous system
myelin
action potential
Axon terminals
synapse
a fatty white substance that covers the axons of some neurons
the electrical impuls along the axon that occurs when a neuro…
enlarged buttonlike structures at the ends of axon branches
the junction between neurons
myelin
a fatty white substance that covers the axons of some neurons
action potential
the electrical impuls along the axon that occurs when a neuro…
23 terms
Nervous system 2.0
Regions of brain
Ventricles
Ridges
Grooves
Cerebral hemisphere, diencephalon, cerebellum, brain stem
Lateral ventricle, third ventricle, cerebral aqueduct, fourth…
Gyri
Sulci
Regions of brain
Cerebral hemisphere, diencephalon, cerebellum, brain stem
Ventricles
Lateral ventricle, third ventricle, cerebral aqueduct, fourth…
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The Nervous System :0
dendrites
three parts of the brain
nervous system
neurons
a short branched extension
cerebrum, medulla, and the cerebellum
the system that controls the body
cells that help make up the nervous system and carry impulses…
dendrites
a short branched extension
three parts of the brain
cerebrum, medulla, and the cerebellum
19 terms
Autonomic Nervous System Drugs
describe the clinical uses of autonomi…
describe autonomic control of the heart
describe autonomic control of the bloo…
describe autonomic control of the resp…
cardiovascular diseases... respiratory disesases... GI diseases…
B1 (and some B2) receptor activation: increases heart rate,…
a1 receptor activation: vasoconstriction in skin, splanchni…
B2 receptor activation: bronchodilation... *a1 receptor activ…
describe the clinical uses of autonomi…
cardiovascular diseases... respiratory disesases... GI diseases…
describe autonomic control of the heart
B1 (and some B2) receptor activation: increases heart rate,…
Autonomic Nervous System Drugs
Adrenergeric Agents
epinephrine drug classification
dopamine drug classification
levodopa drug classification
epinephrine... dopamine... levodopa... norepinephrine... phenylephrine... cl…
adrenergic agent
adrenergic agent
adrenergic agent
Adrenergeric Agents
epinephrine... dopamine... levodopa... norepinephrine... phenylephrine... cl…
epinephrine drug classification
adrenergic agent
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Drugs Affecting the Autonomic Nervous System - 1
Describe the two divisions of ANS and…
Explain how sympathetic and parasympat…
Describe the fight or flight reaction…
What are Catecholamines?
Composed of sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions. ... These…
the sympathetic fibers increase heart rates where as the para…
perception of danger causes the SNS to stimulate many organs…
Norepinephrine... Epinephrine... Dopamine
Describe the two divisions of ANS and…
Composed of sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions. ... These…
Explain how sympathetic and parasympat…
the sympathetic fibers increase heart rates where as the para…
Nervous and sensory system drug list 1
atomoxetine
lisdexamfetamine dimesylate
dextroamphetamine/amphetamine
donepezil
Strattera... ADHD
Vyvanse... ADHD
Adderall XR... ADHD
Aricept... Alzheimer's disease
atomoxetine
Strattera... ADHD
lisdexamfetamine dimesylate
Vyvanse... ADHD
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Peripheral Nervous System Drugs
Adrenergic Receptors (sympathetic nerv…
Flow chart
Body chart
Subtypes
Alpha... beta... dopaminergic
alpha-1 ... ---- eyes, blood vessels, male sex organs, prostatic…
Adrenergic Receptors (sympathetic nerv…
Alpha... beta... dopaminergic
Flow chart
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Autonomic Nervous System: Drugs Pharmacology Exam 1
epinephrine (Adrenalin)
albuterol (Proventil)
atenolol (Tenormin)
norephinephrine (Levophed)
epinephrine (Adrenalin)... Drug class: Sympathomimetic: adrenerg…
albuterol (Proventil)... Drug Class: Beta-2 adrenergic agonist... P…
atenolol (Tenormin)... Drug Class: Beta-1 adrenergic blocker... Pre…
norepinephrine (Levophed)... Drug Class: Alpha-1 and beta-1 adre…
epinephrine (Adrenalin)
epinephrine (Adrenalin)... Drug class: Sympathomimetic: adrenerg…
albuterol (Proventil)
albuterol (Proventil)... Drug Class: Beta-2 adrenergic agonist... P…
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AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM DRUGS
neostigmine (Prostigmin)
pilocarpine (Pilocar)
atropine sulfate (Atropine)
benztropine (Cogentin)
Myasthenia Gravis
constricts pupil; i.e., glaucoma
dilates pupil for eye exams
Parkinson's Disease
neostigmine (Prostigmin)
Myasthenia Gravis
pilocarpine (Pilocar)
constricts pupil; i.e., glaucoma
18 terms
Drugs and the nervous system
neural transmission
Locks are
keys are
inotropic receptor
occurs via neujtrasnmitters through a lock-key mechanism
receptor sites which are specialized areas on the neurons
transmitter substances
a one step process where ions of different kinds are able to…
neural transmission
occurs via neujtrasnmitters through a lock-key mechanism
Locks are
receptor sites which are specialized areas on the neurons
17 terms
autonomic nervous system drugs
Norepinephrine (epinephrine, dopamine)
Acetylcholine
MAO and COMT
Alpha 1 (excitatory)
neurotransmitter of the Sympathetic Nervous System
neurotransmitter of the Parasympathetic Nervous System
metabolize norepinephrine (SNS neurotransmitters)
Receptors that constrict blood vessels, dilate pupils, affect…
Norepinephrine (epinephrine, dopamine)
neurotransmitter of the Sympathetic Nervous System
Acetylcholine
neurotransmitter of the Parasympathetic Nervous System
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NERVOUS SYSTEM DRUG TEST LIST (1-6)
Abilify no anti-psychotics
Risperdal no anti-psychotics
Seroquel no anti-psychotics
Zyprexa no anti-psychotics
Aripiprazole; OTC; THERAPEUTIC CLASS
Risperidone; OTC; THERAPEUTIC CLASS
quetiapine; OTC; THERAPEUTIC CLASS
olanzapine; OTC; THERAPEUTIC CLASS
Abilify no anti-psychotics
Aripiprazole; OTC; THERAPEUTIC CLASS
Risperdal no anti-psychotics
Risperidone; OTC; THERAPEUTIC CLASS
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Week 1-Autonomic Nervous System Drugs
Autonomic Nervous System Drugs
4 Categories of ANS Drugs
Agonist
Antagonist
Mimic, intensify or block the effects of the sympathetic or p…
1. Sympathomimetics, adrenergic agonists or adrenergic drugs…
Binds to a receptor and enhances normal cell activity
Binds to receptors and blocks cell activity
Autonomic Nervous System Drugs
Mimic, intensify or block the effects of the sympathetic or p…
4 Categories of ANS Drugs
1. Sympathomimetics, adrenergic agonists or adrenergic drugs…
W#1 The Central Nervous System Drugs
Suprane
Ethrane
Ketalar
Actiq
desflurane (General Anesthetic)
enflurane (General Anesthetic)
ketamine (General Anesthetic)
fentanyl (General Anesthetic)
Suprane
desflurane (General Anesthetic)
Ethrane
enflurane (General Anesthetic)
Drug list #1 (Autonomic Nervous System & Central Nervous System)
(Generic) Alprazolam
(Generic) Clonazepam
(Generic) Diazepam
(Generic) Lorazepam
(Trade) Xanax - Anxiety Panic Disorder
(Trade) Klonopin - Anxiety Panic Disorder
(Trade) Valium - Anxiety Disorders
(Trade) Ativan - Anxiety Sedation
(Generic) Alprazolam
(Trade) Xanax - Anxiety Panic Disorder
(Generic) Clonazepam
(Trade) Klonopin - Anxiety Panic Disorder
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Drugs and the Nervous system
any substance that changes the structu…
drugs that affect the synapse
increase your heart rate, blood pressu…
lower heart rate, blood pressure, and…
drug
stimulants and depresents
stimulants
depressants
any substance that changes the structu…
drug
drugs that affect the synapse
stimulants and depresents
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