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26 terms
Clinical Pharmacology
What antimicrobials are concentration…
What antimicrobials are time-dependent?
Most common bacterial cause of canine…
Other bacterial causes of pyoderma in…
Aminoglycosides... Fluoroquinolones... Metronidazole... Azithromycin
Penicillins... Cephalosporins... Other "static antimicrobials
Staphylococcus pseudintermedius
S. schleiferi, S. lufdenensis, S. haemolyticus, S. Epidermidi…
What antimicrobials are concentration…
Aminoglycosides... Fluoroquinolones... Metronidazole... Azithromycin
What antimicrobials are time-dependent?
Penicillins... Cephalosporins... Other "static antimicrobials
9 terms
Clinical Pharmacology
What's the first-line treatment for de…
Why are SSRIs good for first line tx?
What do SSRIs do?
What're the 2 mechanisms of action for…
SSRI
safety in overdose, ease of titration to target dose
block re-uptake of serotonin
1. receptor triggering of signaling cascades... 2. change gene e…
What's the first-line treatment for de…
SSRI
Why are SSRIs good for first line tx?
safety in overdose, ease of titration to target dose
37 terms
Clinical pharmacology
What is ADME?
What is the primary determinant of abs…
What does absorption describe?
Which 2 factors determine if an orally…
Absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion.
The route of administration
How a drug gets from site of administration to the site of ac…
1) It needs to be absorbed by the GI tract.... 2) It needs to es…
What is ADME?
Absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion.
What is the primary determinant of abs…
The route of administration
60 terms
Clinical Pharmacology -- Exam 1
Side Effect
Idiosyncratic Response (Effect)
Iatrogenic Response (Effect)
Toxicity
Unwanted effects of drugs that appear at normal doses require…
Rare adverse drug response resulting from a genetic predispos…
Response where a drug causes a disease-like state;for example…
Unwanted effects of drugs that appear as drug dosage is incre…
Side Effect
Unwanted effects of drugs that appear at normal doses require…
Idiosyncratic Response (Effect)
Rare adverse drug response resulting from a genetic predispos…
23 terms
Clinic Pharmacology
Decadron
Metoprolol
Augmentin
Warfarin
Corticosteroid
Beta 1 blocker
Antibiotic. Treats sinusitis /strep throat
Blood thinner (anticoagulant)
Decadron
Corticosteroid
Metoprolol
Beta 1 blocker
38 terms
Introduction to clinical pharmacology and toxicology
Digoxin case... 67yo female, 60kg, SOB,…
Digoxin - indications
Digoxin - mechanism of action
Digoxin - adverse effects
No because the drug is still in the distribution phase and th…
Heart failure... AF and atrial flutter
Inhibits 3Na/2K pump (competes with K+) causing increased [Na…
o Ectopic beats: inhibition of Na/K increases Vm → more excit…
Digoxin case... 67yo female, 60kg, SOB,…
No because the drug is still in the distribution phase and th…
Digoxin - indications
Heart failure... AF and atrial flutter
5 terms
18: Clinical Pharmacology and Prescribing
Recognise the importance of clinical p…
What does a prescription require in or…
What are the three parts of a prescrip…
Describe the factors that influence th…
Rational prescribing = selection of the most appropriate ther…
Doctor:... - Name + initials... - Signature... - Physical address + ph…
¥ MEDICINE:... - Efficacy = how effective are the treatment alte…
Recognise the importance of clinical p…
Rational prescribing = selection of the most appropriate ther…
What does a prescription require in or…
Doctor:... - Name + initials... - Signature... - Physical address + ph…
36 terms
Chapter 1 Intro to Clinical Pharmacology
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
ac
a federal agency in the Department of Health and Human Servic…
a governmental agency responsible for maintaining competition…
The government agency responsible for administering and enfor…
before meals (OK, OK, I was wrong, it rarely happens:)
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
a federal agency in the Department of Health and Human Servic…
Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
a governmental agency responsible for maintaining competition…
34 terms
CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY & KIDNEY DISEASE
Study of drug behavior or disposition,…
Study of drug effect or interaction wi…
the proportion of an oral dose reachin…
which route gives you the greatest bio…
pharmacokinetics
pharmacodynamics
bioavailability
IV
Study of drug behavior or disposition,…
pharmacokinetics
Study of drug effect or interaction wi…
pharmacodynamics
121 terms
Clinical pharmacology: Ophthalmic Disorder
intraocular pressure
Glaucoma
cataracts
two instances of IOP > 25mmHg
What is the target of drug therapy in the treatment of glauco…
What is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide?
What is the first leading cause of blindness worldwide?
When should treatment of open angle glaucoma be initiated?
intraocular pressure
What is the target of drug therapy in the treatment of glauco…
Glaucoma
What is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide?
97 terms
Clinical pharmacology-antibiotics
narrow
broad
bacteriostatic
bactericidal
inhibits gram positive or gram negative
inhibits gram positive and gram negative
inhibits the growth of microbe
kills the microbe
narrow
inhibits gram positive or gram negative
broad
inhibits gram positive and gram negative
131 terms
Pharmacology #1 - Fundamentals of Clinical Pharmacology
Pharmacokinetics = What the ____ does…
4 main concepts of pharmacokinetics
Definition of bioavailability
Parenteral routes of administration
What the BODY does to the DRUG
1) Absorption... 2) Distribution / Redistribution... 3) Transfer /…
Relative amount of drug that reaches systemic circulation
1) Intravascular (IV)... 2) Intramuscular (IM)... 4) Intradermal... 5)…
Pharmacokinetics = What the ____ does…
What the BODY does to the DRUG
4 main concepts of pharmacokinetics
1) Absorption... 2) Distribution / Redistribution... 3) Transfer /…
110 terms
Clinical Pharmacology: Asthma
Asthma
Asthma
reversible
non reversible
What is this: Chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways in…
What do these symptoms describe: Recurrent episodes of wheezi…
The airflow obstruction is asthma is reversible or non revers…
The airflow obstruction is COPD is reversible or non reversib…
Asthma
What is this: Chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways in…
Asthma
What do these symptoms describe: Recurrent episodes of wheezi…
110 terms
Clinical Pharmacology: COPD and TB
COPD
Chronic bronchitis and emphysema
chronic bronchitis
emphysema
What is this: Characterized by persistent airflow limitation…
What are the two forms of COPD?
What is this: Characterized by excessive mucous production by…
What is this: Permanent alveolar abnormalities distal to the…
COPD
What is this: Characterized by persistent airflow limitation…
Chronic bronchitis and emphysema
What are the two forms of COPD?
131 terms
Pharmacology #1 - Fundamentals of Clinical Pharmacology
Pharmacokinetics = What the ____ does…
4 main concepts of pharmacokinetics
Definition of bioavailability
Parenteral routes of administration
What the BODY does to the DRUG
1) Absorption... 2) Distribution / Redistribution... 3) Transfer /…
Relative amount of drug that reaches systemic circulation
1) Intravascular (IV)... 2) Intramuscular (IM)... 4) Intradermal... 5)…
Pharmacokinetics = What the ____ does…
What the BODY does to the DRUG
4 main concepts of pharmacokinetics
1) Absorption... 2) Distribution / Redistribution... 3) Transfer /…
46 terms
Clinical pharmacology ch1
Absorption
Adverse reaction
Allergic reaction
Anaphylactic shock
A drug is moved from site of administration to body fluids; f…
Undesirable drug effect
Immediate hypersensitive reaction by the immune system; it pr…
Sudden, severe hypersensitivity reaction with symptoms that p…
Absorption
A drug is moved from site of administration to body fluids; f…
Adverse reaction
Undesirable drug effect
12 terms
Clinical pharmacology ch 5
Cultural competency
Health communication
Health literacy
Learning
The ability to understand an interact with persons from cultu…
The use of communication strategy to inform and influence ind…
The ability to understand information about health and diseas…
Acquisitions of new knowledge or skills; outcome of learning…
Cultural competency
The ability to understand an interact with persons from cultu…
Health communication
The use of communication strategy to inform and influence ind…
19 terms
Clinical pharmacology ch 4
Analysis
Assessment
Evaluation
Expected outcome
Using data to determine patient need or nursing.
Collection of subjective and objective data.
Decision-making process determining the effectiveness of nurs…
Expect behavior and physical and mental state of the patient…
Analysis
Using data to determine patient need or nursing.
Assessment
Collection of subjective and objective data.
16 terms
Clinical Pharmacology Ch 2
Inhalation
Intradermal
Intramuscular (IM)
Intravenous (IV)
Drug administration route in which the patient inhales the dr…
Pertaining to the dermis area within the upper layers of the…
Area within the muscle.
Area within a vein.
Inhalation
Drug administration route in which the patient inhales the dr…
Intradermal
Pertaining to the dermis area within the upper layers of the…
38 terms
Introduction to Clinical Pharmacology
What should you consider when prescrib…
What is pharmacokinetics?
What is considered in pharmacokinetics?
What affects ADME?
Indications, cautions, contraindications, side effects, dose,…
What the patient does to the drug
ADME
Drugs, people, times, diseases
What should you consider when prescrib…
Indications, cautions, contraindications, side effects, dose,…
What is pharmacokinetics?
What the patient does to the drug
22 terms
Clinical Pharmacology - Unit 1 Foundations of Clinical Pharmacology
Pharmacology
Herbal Medicines
Chemical Name
Generic Name
study of drugs and their action on living organisms
...
scientific name - not capitalized... - gives the exact chemical…
nonproprietary - not capitalized... - name given to a drug befor…
Pharmacology
study of drugs and their action on living organisms
Herbal Medicines
...
17 terms
Clinical Pharmacology - Respiratory Drugs
Asthma
Treatment options
Asthma: Anti-inflammatory agents
Asthma: Bronchodilators
Chronic inflammatory disorder of the airway.... *Immune mediated…
*Stabilize mast cells (anti-inflammatory agents)... *Block media…
-Glucocorticoids... -Mast Cell stabilizers... -Leukotriene inhibito…
-Beta agonists... -Anticholinergics... -Methylxanthines
Asthma
Chronic inflammatory disorder of the airway.... *Immune mediated…
Treatment options
*Stabilize mast cells (anti-inflammatory agents)... *Block media…
8 terms
Clinical Pharmacology: Pharmacokinetics
PHARMACOKINETICS... • "what the body does…
FACTORS AFFECTING ABSORPTION RATE/EXTE…
BIOAVAILABILITY (F)... • definition: frac…
EFFLUX PUMP... • Pgp (P-glycoprotein) is…
ABSORPTION... • definition: movement of the drug from the site o…
FACTORS AFFECTING ABSORPTION RATE/EXTENT... • pH and drug ioniza…
FIRST-PASS EFFECT... • definition: drug metabolism by the liver…
DISTRIBUTION... • definition: movement of drugs between differen…
PHARMACOKINETICS... • "what the body does…
ABSORPTION... • definition: movement of the drug from the site o…
FACTORS AFFECTING ABSORPTION RATE/EXTE…
FACTORS AFFECTING ABSORPTION RATE/EXTENT... • pH and drug ioniza…
122 terms
Clinical Pharmacology Exam 1
Clopidogrel, Prasugrel
Ticagrelor
Cagrelor
P2Y12 Inhibitors MOA
P2Y12 Inhibitors, acute coronary syndrome, prodrugs... Prasugrel…
Only reversible agent, causes dyspnea
IV
Block ADP receptors
Clopidogrel, Prasugrel
P2Y12 Inhibitors, acute coronary syndrome, prodrugs... Prasugrel…
Ticagrelor
Only reversible agent, causes dyspnea
5 terms
Clinical Pharmacology II MISC
Cimetidine... Azoles
Rifampin... Many AEDs
Many benzodiazepines
Antidepressants... Sedative/hypnotics... alc…
Drugs that strongly inhibit CYP450 enzymes
Drugs that strongly induce CYP450 enzymes
Drugs that are metabolized into active metabolites by CYP450…
Drugs that are CNS depressants
Cimetidine... Azoles
Drugs that strongly inhibit CYP450 enzymes
Rifampin... Many AEDs
Drugs that strongly induce CYP450 enzymes
912 terms
Clinical Pharmacology Exam 2
drugs for bacrterial infections
uncomplicated skin and skin structure…
compicated skin and skin structure inf…
Group A Strep,, S. Aureus, or Clostrid…
...
Staph. aureus, Step. pyogenes (group A strep), or Strep. agal…
- a polymicrobial infection that often include gram- bacilli…
fulminant soft tissue infection and necrosis, particularly in…
drugs for bacrterial infections
...
uncomplicated skin and skin structure…
Staph. aureus, Step. pyogenes (group A strep), or Strep. agal…
31 terms
HOSA: Pharmacology~Foundations of Clinical Pharmacology
Pharmacology
Controlled Substances
Psychological Dependency
Physical Dependency
The study of drugs and their interactions with organisms
Highest potential of abuse and may cause psychological or phy…
The compulsion to use a substance to obtain a pleasurable exp…
The compulsive need to use a substance repeatedly to avoid mi…
Pharmacology
The study of drugs and their interactions with organisms
Controlled Substances
Highest potential of abuse and may cause psychological or phy…
104 terms
Clinical Pharmacology--Pharmacokinetics
Science of substances used to prevent,…
Any substance that brings about a chan…
The molecular components of the body w…
3 drug-receptor bonds
medical pharmacology
drug
receptor
1. covalent bond... 2. electrostatic bond... 3. other bonds (i.e.…
Science of substances used to prevent,…
medical pharmacology
Any substance that brings about a chan…
drug
44 terms
Clinical Pharmacology: Dermatological Agents
Salicylic Acid
Sulfacetamide
Isotretinoin
Adverse Effects of Isotretinoin
keratolytic, mildy antibacterial... conflicting evidence... less…
bacteriostatic activity against P acnes . ... Competitive antag…
oral retinoid... Decreased sebum production (most effective seb…
90% experience mucocutaneous effects... Drying of the mouth, no…
Salicylic Acid
keratolytic, mildy antibacterial... conflicting evidence... less…
Sulfacetamide
bacteriostatic activity against P acnes . ... Competitive antag…
104 terms
Clinical Pharmacology- Exam 1
Dissolving time of a pill in the stomach
What type of medication cannot be give…
What is the pH in which an enteric coa…
Dissolving time of an enteric coated t…
15-30 minutes
Enteric Coated- this medication cannot be crushed
A pH of 6
30 min- 1 hr
Dissolving time of a pill in the stomach
15-30 minutes
What type of medication cannot be give…
Enteric Coated- this medication cannot be crushed
84 terms
Clinical Pharmacology: Dermatology II
Tinea unguium cannot
Tinea Tx QUEST
SCHOLAR
Exclusions for self tx of tinea
be treated with topical non-prescription drugs
QUickly & accurate assesment... Establish self-care... Suggest self…
Symptoms... Characteristics... History... Onset... Location... Aggravating f…
Causative factor unclear... Unsuccessful initial treatment, or w…
Tinea unguium cannot
be treated with topical non-prescription drugs
Tinea Tx QUEST
QUickly & accurate assesment... Establish self-care... Suggest self…
Clinical Pharmacology 2
Acetylcholine is a___
acetylcholine is inhibitory causing ___
acetylcholine causes...
muscarinic works on the
major neurotransmitter of the CNS and PNS.
relaxation. It is necessary for muscle contraction.
s decreased HR, decreased BP, miotic pupils and normal muscle…
smooth muscle and AV node. slows and reduces SV, bronchiolar…
Acetylcholine is a___
major neurotransmitter of the CNS and PNS.
acetylcholine is inhibitory causing ___
relaxation. It is necessary for muscle contraction.
53 terms
Clinical Pharmacology: Neuro 1
SSRI - 4 examples
SSSI Mechanism of action
What are the common indications for SS…
How do SSRIs differ from tricyclic ant…
Citalopram... Fluoxetine... Setraline... Escitalopram
- preferentially inhibit neuronal reuptake of serotonin, 5HT,…
1. First line treatment for moderate to severe depression, or…
- SSRIs DO NOT INHIBIT NORADRENALINE uptake... - cause less bloc…
SSRI - 4 examples
Citalopram... Fluoxetine... Setraline... Escitalopram
SSSI Mechanism of action
- preferentially inhibit neuronal reuptake of serotonin, 5HT,…
131 terms
Pharmacology #1 - Fundamentals of Clinical Pharmacology
Pharmacokinetics = What the ____ does…
4 main concepts of pharmacokinetics
Definition of bioavailability
Parenteral routes of administration
What the BODY does to the DRUG
1) Absorption... 2) Distribution / Redistribution... 3) Transfer /…
Relative amount of drug that reaches systemic circulation
1) Intravascular (IV)... 2) Intramuscular (IM)... 4) Intradermal... 5)…
Pharmacokinetics = What the ____ does…
What the BODY does to the DRUG
4 main concepts of pharmacokinetics
1) Absorption... 2) Distribution / Redistribution... 3) Transfer /…
52 terms
Pharmacology: Clinical Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacokinetics
What is pharmacokinetics from a clinic…
What does the dynamic interactions amo…
What can be done to provide a relative…
What the body does to the drug
The relationship between the time course of drug... concentratio…
the plasma concentration of a drug and dictate the... ability of…
use multiple doses
Pharmacokinetics
What the body does to the drug
What is pharmacokinetics from a clinic…
The relationship between the time course of drug... concentratio…
Clinical Pharmacology of coagulation
What 2 drugs are used for venous throm…
What is used for the treatment of arte…
What is used for patients with mild he…
What is used for patients with Factor…
heparin and warfarin
-anti-platelet agents... -B-blockers, Ca++ channel blockers, fib…
desmopressin
Cryo
What 2 drugs are used for venous throm…
heparin and warfarin
What is used for the treatment of arte…
-anti-platelet agents... -B-blockers, Ca++ channel blockers, fib…
120 terms
Clinical Medical Assistant: Pharmacology
Name the 3 types of names given to eve…
Generic Name
Brand Name
Chemical Name
1) Generic Name... 2) Brand Name... 3) Chemical Name
the drugs "offical" or "nonproprietary name; noted in lowerca…
name given a drug by a specific manufacturer; noted by captia…
name the representsthe chemical fomrula and typically used by…
Name the 3 types of names given to eve…
1) Generic Name... 2) Brand Name... 3) Chemical Name
Generic Name
the drugs "offical" or "nonproprietary name; noted in lowerca…
64 terms
Clinical Pharmacology: Quiz Three
Generic Name: Amoxicillin
Generic Name: Montelukast
Generic Name: Metoprolol
Generic Name: Escitalopram
Brand Name: Amoxil
Brand Name: Singulair
Brand Name: Lopressor
Brand Name: Lexapro
Generic Name: Amoxicillin
Brand Name: Amoxil
Generic Name: Montelukast
Brand Name: Singulair
54 terms
Clinical Pharmacology--Toxicology
Toxic chemicals may contact the skin a…
Following absorption, the chemicals ar…
The interaction between the parent com…
The process of eliminating the chemica…
absorbed
metabolized
chemical's toxic effect
toxicity
Toxic chemicals may contact the skin a…
absorbed
Following absorption, the chemicals ar…
metabolized
42 terms
Clinical Pharmacology Chapter 1
Pharmacology
Medications are derived from natural s…
Throughout the process of development,…
A drug may be classified by the ______…
the study of drugs and their actions on living organisms
plants, minerals, mold, animals, some are synthetically produ…
a chemical name, a generic (nonproprietary, official) name, a…
chemical
Pharmacology
the study of drugs and their actions on living organisms
Medications are derived from natural s…
plants, minerals, mold, animals, some are synthetically produ…
122 terms
Clinical Pharmacology- Exam 1
Bactericidal Antimicrobials in general…
Bacteriostatic Antimicrobials in gener…
Lethal Drug Choices in general (8)
Antimicrobials banned for extra-label…
(kill bacteria)... -Penicillins... -Cephalosporins... -Carbapenems... -Mo…
(inhibit replication or prevents growth)... "SulfTetMacChlor" +…
-Horses:... ->Doxycycline IV... ->Procaine Penicillin IV (CNS exict…
-Chloramphenicol... -Fluoroquinolones... -Metronidazole... -Nitrofuran…
Bactericidal Antimicrobials in general…
(kill bacteria)... -Penicillins... -Cephalosporins... -Carbapenems... -Mo…
Bacteriostatic Antimicrobials in gener…
(inhibit replication or prevents growth)... "SulfTetMacChlor" +…
84 terms
Clinical Pharmacology--Pharmacokinetics Contd.
Hepatic Metabolism is also known as wh…
Transforms lipophilic drugs into polar…
Polar molecules are more likely to be…
Drugs that are administered as inactiv…
biotransformation
biotransformation
excreted
prodrug
Hepatic Metabolism is also known as wh…
biotransformation
Transforms lipophilic drugs into polar…
biotransformation
intro to clinical pharmacology
Pharmacology
Drug
Pharmacodynamics
Posology
study of drugs and interactions with living cells and systems
therapeutic agent used in prevention, diagnosis, alleviation,…
action of drug on target
study of dosages of meds
Pharmacology
study of drugs and interactions with living cells and systems
Drug
therapeutic agent used in prevention, diagnosis, alleviation,…
18 terms
Clinical Pharmacology Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
Positive symptoms
Negative symptoms
cognitive impairment
-excessive levels of dopamine... -relationship to serotonin... -1%…
-suspisciousness... -delusions... -hallucinations (auditory>>visual…
-Affective flattening... -lack of motivation... -inability to exper…
impaired attention and memory
Schizophrenia
-excessive levels of dopamine... -relationship to serotonin... -1%…
Positive symptoms
-suspisciousness... -delusions... -hallucinations (auditory>>visual…
46 terms
HSC 343 clinical pharmacology
Pure Food and Drug Act
The Food Drug and Cosmetic Act
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA)
Food and Drug Administration Moderniza…
FDA enforces drug strength and purity, as well as prohibiting…
FDA enforces that all drugs must comply with registration of…
ammended Medicaid law; implemented by the Health Care Financi…
Allows for fast-tracking of drugs for serious illnesses to ma…
Pure Food and Drug Act
FDA enforces drug strength and purity, as well as prohibiting…
The Food Drug and Cosmetic Act
FDA enforces that all drugs must comply with registration of…
115 terms
11. Clinical pharmacology - antimicrobials
What is an antibiotic?
What is an antimicrobial?
Can you use antimicrobial and antibiot…
What is the aim of antimicrobial thera…
A substance produced by a microorganism that, at low concentr…
any substance of natural, semisynthetic, or synthetic origin…
Yes
To assist the hosts defense mechanisms in containing and elim…
What is an antibiotic?
A substance produced by a microorganism that, at low concentr…
What is an antimicrobial?
any substance of natural, semisynthetic, or synthetic origin…
90 terms
Clinical Pharmacology--Pharmacodynamics
Actions of a drug on the body; has bio…
Molecules to which drugs bind and caus…
Anything that binds to a receptor
2 general receptor types
pharmacodynamics
receptors
ligand
1. membrane receptors... 2. intracellular receptors
Actions of a drug on the body; has bio…
pharmacodynamics
Molecules to which drugs bind and caus…
receptors
57 terms
Clinical Pharmacology (Respiratory)
Inflammatory disease of the airway inv…
First-line drugs for treatment of asth…
4 types of asthma classifications
Drug of choice for mild asthma (occasi…
reactive airway disease (asthma)
1. Short-Acting Beta-2 Agonists... 2. Inhaled corticosteroids
1. intermittent... 2. mild persistent... 3. moderate persistent... 4.…
Beta-2 Activity / short-acting beta-2 agonists
Inflammatory disease of the airway inv…
reactive airway disease (asthma)
First-line drugs for treatment of asth…
1. Short-Acting Beta-2 Agonists... 2. Inhaled corticosteroids
63 terms
Clinical Pharmacology 3
Insulin
Stimulus Release of Insulin
Clinical manifestations of Hyperglycemia
DM 1
-produced by beta-cells in pancreas... -precursor to insulin is…
-increase in pancreatic blood glucose levels ... -Glut-2 allows…
-polyuria (increased volume of dilute urine) = osmotic effect…
-autoimmune destruction of beta cells... -individual doesnt prod…
Insulin
-produced by beta-cells in pancreas... -precursor to insulin is…
Stimulus Release of Insulin
-increase in pancreatic blood glucose levels ... -Glut-2 allows…
131 terms
Pharmacology #1 - Fundamentals of Clinical Pharmacology
Pharmacokinetics = What the ____ does…
4 main concepts of pharmacokinetics
Definition of bioavailability
Parenteral routes of administration
What the BODY does to the DRUG
1) Absorption... 2) Distribution / Redistribution... 3) Transfer /…
Relative amount of drug that reaches systemic circulation
1) Intravascular (IV)... 2) Intramuscular (IM)... 4) Intradermal... 5)…
Pharmacokinetics = What the ____ does…
What the BODY does to the DRUG
4 main concepts of pharmacokinetics
1) Absorption... 2) Distribution / Redistribution... 3) Transfer /…
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