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Drugs for Anti-
generic name: Amoxicillin
generic name: Azithromycin
generic name: Levofloxacin
generic name: Ciprofloxacin
brand name: Amoxil ... (Anti-Biotic)
brand name: Zithromax... (Anti-Biotic)
brand name: Levaquin... (Anti-Biotic)
brand name: Cipro... (Anti-Biotic)
generic name: Amoxicillin
brand name: Amoxil ... (Anti-Biotic)
generic name: Azithromycin
brand name: Zithromax... (Anti-Biotic)
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Anti-Drugs
What do Antitussives do?
What are the two types of coughs?
What are the classifications of Antitu…
What do Opioids do?
Drugs that stop you from coughing, 2 most common are Codeine…
Nonproductive - Air movement... Productive - mucous movement
Opioids and nonopioids
Suppresses non-productive cough
What do Antitussives do?
Drugs that stop you from coughing, 2 most common are Codeine…
What are the two types of coughs?
Nonproductive - Air movement... Productive - mucous movement
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Anti-Inflammatory Drugs
Corticosteroids
Antihistamines
Cortisol Physiologic Actions
Glucocorticoid Response Element (GRE)
Naturally produced in adrenal cortex (zona fasciculate and re…
Mediator of acute inflammation
Part of adaptive stress response. Provides quick energy for b…
Transcription factor that binds to glucocorticoids to inhibit…
Corticosteroids
Naturally produced in adrenal cortex (zona fasciculate and re…
Antihistamines
Mediator of acute inflammation
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Anti-inflammatory and Anti-gout Drugs
Mechanism of Action: Ketorolac
Mechanism of Action: Ibuprofen
Mechanism of Action: Naproxen
Mechanism of Action:The COX-2 inhibitors
an acetic acid derivative, is somewhat unique in that, althou…
is often used for its analgesic effects in the management of…
second most commonly used NSAID, with a reportedly somewhat b…
developed primarily to decrease the gastrointestinal adverse…
Mechanism of Action: Ketorolac
an acetic acid derivative, is somewhat unique in that, althou…
Mechanism of Action: Ibuprofen
is often used for its analgesic effects in the management of…
Anti- Drugs
Bacterial antibiotics that interfere w…
Bacterial antibiotics that interfere w…
bacterial cell membrane disrupters (po…
Bacterial DNA synthesis//replication
Penicillins... Cephalosporins... Vancomycin... Bacitracin... Cycloserine
Platensimycin... Isoniazid
Gramicidin... Polymixin B
Quinolones... Sulfa Drugs... Meronizadole
Bacterial antibiotics that interfere w…
Penicillins... Cephalosporins... Vancomycin... Bacitracin... Cycloserine
Bacterial antibiotics that interfere w…
Platensimycin... Isoniazid
Anti-Drugs
Antituberculars
Antituberculars
Antivirals
Antivirals
Rifampin
Pyrazinamide
Acyclovir
Famciclovir
Antituberculars
Rifampin
Antituberculars
Pyrazinamide
Anti-hyperlipidemias, anti-clotting drugs
Simvistatin
Lovastatin
Cholestyramine
Colestipol
Class I Anti-hyperlipidemia... HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitor... LOWER…
Class I Anti-hyperlipidemia... HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitor... LOWER…
Class II Anti-hyperlipidemia... Bile Acid Binding Agent... LOWER LDL
Class II Anti-hyperlipidemia... Bile Acid Binding Agent... LOWER LDL
Simvistatin
Class I Anti-hyperlipidemia... HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitor... LOWER…
Lovastatin
Class I Anti-hyperlipidemia... HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitor... LOWER…
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Anti-arrhythmic drugs
Class one Anti-Arrhythmic drugs
Class two Anti-Arrhythmic drugs
Class three Anti-Arrhythmic drugs
Class four Anti-Arrhythmic drugs
block fast sodium channels for phase 0 depolarization... In pace…
Beta blockers. Help with: re-entry, automaticity, stop EAD, a…
Block potassium channels, prolonging AP duration. Can stop re…
Block L-type calcium channels. Increase AP threshold, decreas…
Class one Anti-Arrhythmic drugs
block fast sodium channels for phase 0 depolarization... In pace…
Class two Anti-Arrhythmic drugs
Beta blockers. Help with: re-entry, automaticity, stop EAD, a…
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Anti-Viral and Anti-parasitic Drugs
What malaria Species most commonly cau…
What are the tissue Schizonticides?
Treatment for UN-complicated, Drug-SEN…
Treatment for complicated, Drug-SENSIT…
P. vivax
Atovaquone (both blood and tissue)... Primaquine
1. Chloroquine... 2.Hydroxy-chloroquine
1. Chloroquine (DOC)... 2. Quinidine + Doxycycline, Tetracycline…
What malaria Species most commonly cau…
P. vivax
What are the tissue Schizonticides?
Atovaquone (both blood and tissue)... Primaquine
Anti-arhythmic drugs
- Rapid depolarization... - *slow Ca in…
- Peak of action potential ( +20mv)…
- Early re-polarization ( Allows mem…
- Late re-polarization ( goes back t…
What occurs in Phase 0 of action potentials in myocardial cel…
What occurs in Phase 1 of action potentials in myocardial cel…
What occurs in Phase 2 of action potentials in myocardial cel…
What occurs in Phase 3 of action potentials in myocardial cel…
- Rapid depolarization... - *slow Ca in…
What occurs in Phase 0 of action potentials in myocardial cel…
- Peak of action potential ( +20mv)…
What occurs in Phase 1 of action potentials in myocardial cel…
Anti-Coagulant (Anti-Platelet) Drugs
Anticoagulant Medications
Antiplatelet Medications
Thrombin Inhibitors
Thrombolytics
• Warfarin, heparin, enoxaperin (low molecular weight heparin…
• Aspirin, Clopidogrel, Eptifibatide... • -... • Blood dyscrasias,…
• Dabigatran, Argatroban... • -gatr-an... • Bleeding problems ... • Cl…
• Alteplase; tissue plasminogen activator... • -ase (indicates a…
Anticoagulant Medications
• Warfarin, heparin, enoxaperin (low molecular weight heparin…
Antiplatelet Medications
• Aspirin, Clopidogrel, Eptifibatide... • -... • Blood dyscrasias,…
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Anti Infective Drugs
Penicillin
Penicillin
Penicillin
Penicillin
penicillin G, antibiotic
nefcillin, antibiotic
cloxacillin, antibiotic
ampicillin, antibiotic
Penicillin
penicillin G, antibiotic
Penicillin
nefcillin, antibiotic
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Anti-arrhythmic Drugs
Normal sinus rhythm and ecg
Normal vs a-fib
PR interval
QRS duration
measure of conduction time from atrium to ventricle
Time needed for all ventricular cells to activated
Normal sinus rhythm and ecg
Normal vs a-fib
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PHARM - Anti-Fungal Drugs
Anti-Fungal Drugs
Anti-Fungal Therapeutics
Targets for Anti-Fungal Drugs
I. Subcellular targets... II. Types of therapy... III. Anti-funga…
Novel anti-fungal therapeutics are difficult to identify beca…
Cell membrane... Cell wall... DNA/RNA synthesis... Other (fungal mi…
Anti-Fungal Drugs
I. Subcellular targets... II. Types of therapy... III. Anti-funga…
Anti-Fungal Therapeutics
Novel anti-fungal therapeutics are difficult to identify beca…
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Anti-Infective: Antibacterial Drugs
CWSI
Protein synthesis inhibitor
DNA synthesis inhibitor
Folic acid metabolism inhibitor
Cell wall synthesis inhibitor is safest, doesn't affect human…
prevent ribosomes from working together
different machinery
bacteria makes own, human uses others
CWSI
Cell wall synthesis inhibitor is safest, doesn't affect human…
Protein synthesis inhibitor
prevent ribosomes from working together
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MC: Anti-arrhythmic Drugs
Learning Objectives slide
What do you mean by cell depolarization?
What is the resting membrane potential…
Repolarization mainly involves
Sodium influx
-90mV
Potassium ions
Learning Objectives slide
What do you mean by cell depolarization?
Sodium influx
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Anti-infective Drugs
Amoxil
Clavulin
Orbenin
PenVee
amoxicillin... Penicillin family
Amoxicillin+ clavulanic acid... Penicillin family
Cloxacillin... Penicillin family
Penicillin V... Penicillin family
Amoxil
amoxicillin... Penicillin family
Clavulin
Amoxicillin+ clavulanic acid... Penicillin family
Anti-Cholinergic Drugs
Atropine Action and Use
Scopolamine Action and Use
Tropicamide Action and Use
Ipratropium Action and Use
Action: Antagonist at all mAChR's... -3º amine... Use: ... 1.) Revers…
Action: Atropine-like... -3º amine... Use: Motion Sickness... -admini…
Action: ... -Antagonist at mAChR's... -Short acting, Fast... Use: Pup…
Action: ... -Antagonist at mAChR's... -4º Amine... Use:COPD
Atropine Action and Use
Action: Antagonist at all mAChR's... -3º amine... Use: ... 1.) Revers…
Scopolamine Action and Use
Action: Atropine-like... -3º amine... Use: Motion Sickness... -admini…
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Anti-viral drugs
Viruses and viral therapy
Mechanisms of antiviral activity
Pyrrhic victory
Efficacy of antiviral drugs depend on
Viruses are "dead" particles that evolved mechanisms to repli…
Virucides: inactivate intact viruses, and are usually non-i…
unacceptable toxicity... host cell function is affected
active replication of the virus for the agent to work.
Viruses and viral therapy
Viruses are "dead" particles that evolved mechanisms to repli…
Mechanisms of antiviral activity
Virucides: inactivate intact viruses, and are usually non-i…
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Anti Viral Drugs
Oseltamivir (Tamiflu): MOA
Oseltamivir (Tamiflu): Uses
Oseltamivir (Tamiflu): Side effects
Oseltamivir (Tamiflu): Caution
Competitive
Influenza virus
Mild nausea ... Abdominal discomfort
Other respiratory conditions should be monitored
Oseltamivir (Tamiflu): MOA
Competitive
Oseltamivir (Tamiflu): Uses
Influenza virus
45 terms
Anti infective Drugs
Bacteria
Fungi
Virus
Reservoir
Prokaryote
Eukaryotic
not cell
infection lives, multiplies
Bacteria
Prokaryote
Fungi
Eukaryotic
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Anti-epileptic Drugs (AEDs)
Generally, How do anti-epileptic drugs…
Seizure
Convulsion
Epilepsy
The overall effect is that antiepileptics stabilize neurons a…
Brief episode of abnormal electrical activity in nerve cells…
Involuntary spasmodic contraction of any or all voluntary mus…
Chronic, recurrent pattern of seizures, 2 or more seizures =…
Generally, How do anti-epileptic drugs…
The overall effect is that antiepileptics stabilize neurons a…
Seizure
Brief episode of abnormal electrical activity in nerve cells…
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Anti-parasitic Drugs
Anti-Protozoics specifically *Anti-mal…
Anti-Protozoics
Anti-Helminthics
Anti-Ectoparasitics
Chloroquine... Quinine (+tetracycline)... Atovaquone-proguanil... Arte…
Iodoquinol... Trimethoprim (+Sulfonamide)... Metronidazole... Nitazoxa…
Albendazole... Mebendazole... Ivermectin... Praziquantel
Permethrin... Pyrethrin (+ Piperonyl butoxide)
Anti-Protozoics specifically *Anti-mal…
Chloroquine... Quinine (+tetracycline)... Atovaquone-proguanil... Arte…
Anti-Protozoics
Iodoquinol... Trimethoprim (+Sulfonamide)... Metronidazole... Nitazoxa…
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Anti-Protozoal and Anti-Helminthic Drugs
Common targets for parasite treatment
Common mechanistic approach for helmin…
Most serious malaria infection
Four strains of malaria infections
Essential enzymes found only in the parasite
Target their neurological function
P. falciparum
P. falciparum, P. malariae, P. vivax, P. ovale
Common targets for parasite treatment
Essential enzymes found only in the parasite
Common mechanistic approach for helmin…
Target their neurological function
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Anti-arrhythmic drugs
Class IA anti-arrhythmia
Class IB anti-arrhythmia
Class IC anti-arrhythmia
Class II anti-arrhythmia
moderate Na channel blocker, moderate K+ channel blocker... "The…
short-lived Na channel blocker... "I'd Buy Liddy's Mexican Tacos…
long-acting Na channel blocker... "Can I have Fries, Please."... Fl…
Carvediol (alpha and beta) Propranolol (B1, B2), Esmolol (B1)…
Class IA anti-arrhythmia
moderate Na channel blocker, moderate K+ channel blocker... "The…
Class IB anti-arrhythmia
short-lived Na channel blocker... "I'd Buy Liddy's Mexican Tacos…
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Pharmacology - Anti-Bacterial Drugs
Selective Toxicity
Bactericidal
Bacteriostatic
Broad Spectrum
Hallmark of chemotherapy... -Injury of invading organisms w/out…
-Drugs that directly kill bacteria
-Drugs that inhibit bacterial growth, but don't kill existing…
-Drugs that normally affect both gram positive and negative m…
Selective Toxicity
Hallmark of chemotherapy... -Injury of invading organisms w/out…
Bactericidal
-Drugs that directly kill bacteria
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Pharm: Anti-Diabetic Drugs
What receptor does insulin bind?
Lispro MOA
Glulisine MOA
Aspart MOA
tyrosine kinase receptor... photo is production
Onset: minutes... mimics postprandial release of insulin. Taken…
Onset: minutes... mimics postprandial release of insulin. Taken…
Onset: minutes... mimics postprandial release of insulin. Taken…
What receptor does insulin bind?
tyrosine kinase receptor... photo is production
Lispro MOA
Onset: minutes... mimics postprandial release of insulin. Taken…
Anti-Ischemic Drugs
Ischemic Heart Disease
Agents Decreasing Oxygen Demand
Agents Increasing Oxygen Supply
Stable Angina and Acute Coronary Syndr…
Due to imbalance of myocardial oxygen demand and supply.
Decrease HR, contractility, preload, and afterload.
Increase coronary blood flow. ... Decrease HR (minor).
Best treated with drugs that decrease cardiac work (decrease…
Ischemic Heart Disease
Due to imbalance of myocardial oxygen demand and supply.
Agents Decreasing Oxygen Demand
Decrease HR, contractility, preload, and afterload.
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17 Anti-inflammatory drugs
Three common uses of NSAIDS
NSAIDs block the action of this enzyme…
blocking COX with an NSAID will cause…
A adult woman presents with a history…
[1] anti-inflammatory... [2] antipyretic (reduce fever)... [3] anal…
clooxygenase enzyme (COX)... PGH2
5-LOX
NO, you can get "aspirin-induced asthma" from any NSAID becau…
Three common uses of NSAIDS
[1] anti-inflammatory... [2] antipyretic (reduce fever)... [3] anal…
NSAIDs block the action of this enzyme…
clooxygenase enzyme (COX)... PGH2
Anti-fungal drugs
MOA chart
role of ergosterol?
lenosterol
B-glucan synthase important for
cell membrane ... demethylase acts on
intermediate for cell membrane synthesis
cell wall
MOA chart
role of ergosterol?
cell membrane ... demethylase acts on
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Anti-Viral and Anti-parasitic Drugs
What malaria Species most commonly cau…
What are the tissue Schizonticides?
Treatment for UN-complicated, Drug-SEN…
Treatment for complicated, Drug-SENSIT…
P. vivax
Atovaquone (both blood and tissue)... Primaquine
1. Chloroquine... 2.Hydroxy-chloroquine
1. Chloroquine (DOC)... 2. Quinidine + Doxycycline, Tetracycline…
What malaria Species most commonly cau…
P. vivax
What are the tissue Schizonticides?
Atovaquone (both blood and tissue)... Primaquine
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Anti-Coagulants and Anti-Platelet Drugs
Unfractionated Heparin
Low Molecular Weight Heparin
Synthetic Pentasaccharide Heparin
Protamine Sulfate
Antithrombin III activator inhibiting FX and thrombin, requir…
Antithrombin III activator inhibiting FX
Antithrombin III activator inhibiting FX
High molecular weight heparin antidote
Unfractionated Heparin
Antithrombin III activator inhibiting FX and thrombin, requir…
Low Molecular Weight Heparin
Antithrombin III activator inhibiting FX
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Anti-Diabetic Drugs
Lispro, Aspart, and Glulisine are all…
Short Acting Insulin (like in the body…
NPH insulin is considered to be this s…
Glagine and Detemire are both this typ…
Rapid Acting Insulin
Emergency
Intermediate Acting
Long Acting
Lispro, Aspart, and Glulisine are all…
Rapid Acting Insulin
Short Acting Insulin (like in the body…
Emergency
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Anti-hypertensive Drugs
Loop Diuretics (Furosemide, Torsemide)
Aldosterone Antagonists & Potassium-Sp…
α-Adrenergic Antagonists (Prazosin, Ph…
Central Acting α₂ Agonists (AKA Centra…
- Act at ascending loop of Henle to inhibit Na and Cl reabsor…
- Act on Na/K antiporters to prevent Na reabsorption, as well…
- Selective alpha-1 = zosins are highly selective, even at hi…
- Stimulate a-2 receptors in rostral ventrolateral medulla... -…
Loop Diuretics (Furosemide, Torsemide)
- Act at ascending loop of Henle to inhibit Na and Cl reabsor…
Aldosterone Antagonists & Potassium-Sp…
- Act on Na/K antiporters to prevent Na reabsorption, as well…
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Anti-Viral Drugs!
Amantadine
Rimantadine
Zanamivir
Oseltamivir
anti-influenza A, prevent M2-mediated uncoating
anti-influenza A, prevent M2 mediated uncoating, 4-10 fold... mo…
neuramidase inhib, inhaled, influenza A & B, avian influenza…
neuramidase inhib, oral, influenza A & B, avian influenza and…
Amantadine
anti-influenza A, prevent M2-mediated uncoating
Rimantadine
anti-influenza A, prevent M2 mediated uncoating, 4-10 fold... mo…
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Anti-Infective Drugs: Simple
trimethoprim (TMP) and sulfamethaxazol…
silver sulfadiazine/Silvadene
penicillin G/Pfizerpen
amoxicillin and clavulanate/ Augmentin
Sulfonamide
Sulfonamide
Penicillin
Penicillin
trimethoprim (TMP) and sulfamethaxazol…
Sulfonamide
silver sulfadiazine/Silvadene
Sulfonamide
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Anti-Infective Drugs
Levofloxacin
Ofloxacin
Ciprofloxacin
Cimetidine
Levaquin
Floxin
Cipro
Tagamet
Levofloxacin
Levaquin
Ofloxacin
Floxin
7 terms
Cardiac Drugs: Anti-arrhythmic Drugs
Quinidine
Procainamide
Lidocaine
Propranolol
NA+ Channel Blockers (Class I)... Use: treatment of arterial fib…
NA+ Channel Blockers (Class I)... Use: long-term control of prem…
NA+ Channel Blockers (Class I)... Use: short-term control of PCV…
Beta-blockers (Class II)... Use: treatment for HCM and various a…
Quinidine
NA+ Channel Blockers (Class I)... Use: treatment of arterial fib…
Procainamide
NA+ Channel Blockers (Class I)... Use: long-term control of prem…
Pharmacology: Anti-inflammatory Drugs
- Short-acting... * hydrocortisone (often…
Acetylsalicylic Acid... * phenylbutazone…
** COX-2 selective inhibitor NSAIDs... -…
Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO)
Glucocorticoids
Non-Selective COX Inhibitors, NSAIDs
COX-2 Selective Inhibitors NSAIDs and Dual Path Inhibitor NSA…
Free-Radical Scavengers
- Short-acting... * hydrocortisone (often…
Glucocorticoids
Acetylsalicylic Acid... * phenylbutazone…
Non-Selective COX Inhibitors, NSAIDs
Anti-hypertensive drugs
Thiazide
Beta-blockers
ACE Inhibitors
Angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARB)
Diuretic, lowers BP by increasing sodium and water excretion…
Blocks sympathetic stimulation and decreases CO.
Blocks the enzyme that normally converts angiotensin I to the…
Compete with angiotensin II for tissue binding sites
Thiazide
Diuretic, lowers BP by increasing sodium and water excretion…
Beta-blockers
Blocks sympathetic stimulation and decreases CO.
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Anti-microbials and Anti-virulence Drugs
What color do gram-negative bacteria s…
What color do gram-positive bacteria s…
Superbugs
Are an especially dangerous group of b…
- Pink
- purple
- strains of bacteria that are resistant to several types of…
- Gram-negative bacteria... - Has an extra layer that make them…
What color do gram-negative bacteria s…
- Pink
What color do gram-positive bacteria s…
- purple
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Anti Viral Drugs
Most anti-virals are analogs of what?…
What is a nucleoside?
What is a nucleotide?
What is the active form of viral drugs?
Nuclosides or nucleotides
Nitrogen base + pentose sugar
Nitrogen base + pentose sugar + phosphate group
Nucleoside triphosphate ... - Viral drugs are PRODRUGS that mus…
Most anti-virals are analogs of what?…
Nuclosides or nucleotides
What is a nucleoside?
Nitrogen base + pentose sugar
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Anti-Seizure Drugs
Anti-Seizure Drugs
Phenytoin (Dilantin)
Carbamazepine (Tegretol)
Valproic acid
o MOA... Suppress discharge of neurons, suppress propagation of…
MOA... • Sodium channel blockade of hyperactive neurons only... I…
MOA... • Decrease high frequency discharge from neurons... Indica…
MOA... • Blocks sodium channels to suppress high frequency neur…
Anti-Seizure Drugs
o MOA... Suppress discharge of neurons, suppress propagation of…
Phenytoin (Dilantin)
MOA... • Sodium channel blockade of hyperactive neurons only... I…
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Anti-Parkinsonian Drugs
Parkinsons Primary Pathology
Parkinsons Medication Overview
What are the 4 classes of drugs used f…
What class of neurotransmitter is dopa…
The primary pathology in PD is degeneration of the neurons in…
Two types of drugs are used: ... (1) dopaminergic agents (i.e.,…
Levodopa... Dopamine Agonists... MAO-B Inhibitors... COMT Inhibitors
Catecholamine
Parkinsons Primary Pathology
The primary pathology in PD is degeneration of the neurons in…
Parkinsons Medication Overview
Two types of drugs are used: ... (1) dopaminergic agents (i.e.,…
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Topical Anti-fungal Drugs
Ketoconazole
Clotrimazole
Miconazole
Ciclopirox
-Topical Anti-fungal... MAO: Azoles -block ergosterol synthesis…
Topical Anti-fungal... MOA: "Azoles" - block ergosterol synthesi…
Topical Anti-fungal... MOA: "Azole" - block ergosterol synthesis…
MOA: inhibits peroxides... Application: Dermatophytosis, Candidl…
Ketoconazole
-Topical Anti-fungal... MAO: Azoles -block ergosterol synthesis…
Clotrimazole
Topical Anti-fungal... MOA: "Azoles" - block ergosterol synthesi…
Anti-thrombotics / Anti-plt drugs
Class 1 anti platelet drugs targets an…
Class 2 anti platelet drugs targets an…
Class 3 anti platelet drugs targets an…
major side effect of anti-plt drugs
Cyclooxygenase inhibitor (COX I) :: decreased thromboxane ... i…
ADP receptor antagonists (P2Y12 inhibitor)... interfere with plt…
GPIIb-IIIa inhibitor... interfere with plt aggregation... Abicixma…
bleeding
Class 1 anti platelet drugs targets an…
Cyclooxygenase inhibitor (COX I) :: decreased thromboxane ... i…
Class 2 anti platelet drugs targets an…
ADP receptor antagonists (P2Y12 inhibitor)... interfere with plt…
11 terms
Anti-neoplastic Drugs
bevacizumab/Avastin
cisplatin/Platinol
cyclophosphamide/Cytoxan
doxorubicin/Adriamycin
Uses: chemotherapy for cancers of colon, rectum, breast and l…
Uses: chemotherapy for cancers of bladder, ovary, and testicl…
Uses: chemotherapy for lymphoma, breast cancer and ovarian ca…
Uses: treatment for breast cancer, lymphoma, and multiple mye…
bevacizumab/Avastin
Uses: chemotherapy for cancers of colon, rectum, breast and l…
cisplatin/Platinol
Uses: chemotherapy for cancers of bladder, ovary, and testicl…
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Anti-fungal Drugs
Polyenes drug class
Amphoterin B
Amphoterin B also bind to
Amphoterin B Clinal Uses
Amphoterin B, nystatin, natamycin
Binds to ergosterol in fungal membrane → forms pores → lyses…
cholesterol somewhat and therefore is toxic to host
Systemically used for life threatening mycoses in immune comp…
Polyenes drug class
Amphoterin B, nystatin, natamycin
Amphoterin B
Binds to ergosterol in fungal membrane → forms pores → lyses…
Anti-Tubercular & Anti-Fungal Drugs
Multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB) are re…
Extensively drug-resistant TB (XDR-TB)…
1st line drugs for TB
2nd line drugs for TB
Resistant to isoniazid & rifampin
Resistant to isoniazid and rifampin... + fluoroquinolone ... + at l…
Rifampin... Isoniazid (INH)... Ethambutol... Pyrazinamide
Aminoglycosides... Fluoroquinolones... Others... **Only use 2nd line w…
Multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB) are re…
Resistant to isoniazid & rifampin
Extensively drug-resistant TB (XDR-TB)…
Resistant to isoniazid and rifampin... + fluoroquinolone ... + at l…
Anti-Anxiety Drugs (BZs)
Alprazolam
Chlordiazepoxide
Clonazepam
Clorazepate
Xanax
Librium
Klonopin
Tranxene
Alprazolam
Xanax
Chlordiazepoxide
Librium
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