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Anti-Virals, Anti-TB drugs
Palivizumab MOA
Ritanivir MOA
Oseltamivir MOA... When should it be given?
Zanamivir MOA... When should it be given?
RSV prophylactic, viral entry inhibitor
RSV, nucleoside analogue
Inhibit release of viral particles (Neuraminidase), should be…
Inhibits the release of viral particles (NA)... Should be given…
Palivizumab MOA
RSV prophylactic, viral entry inhibitor
Ritanivir MOA
RSV, nucleoside analogue
111 terms
Anti Infective Drugs
Culture
Sensitivity
MIC
Serology
Grow micro organisms outside of bodu... Gram stain, shape, etc
Which antibiotics will treat ... Prefer the lowest MIC
Minimum inhibitory concentration... Concentration needed of an a…
Study of serum/blood... Measures serum antibodies/titers... Used wh…
Culture
Grow micro organisms outside of bodu... Gram stain, shape, etc
Sensitivity
Which antibiotics will treat ... Prefer the lowest MIC
62 terms
Anti-Inflammatory Drugs
Characteristics of inflammation
mediators of inflammation
Inflammatory process purpose
Inflammatory Disease process
redness, swelling, pain, heat and loss of function
histamine, complement proteins, eicosanoids, cytokines, kinin…
to provide protection and promote healing
inappropriate inflammation and immune response leading to chr…
Characteristics of inflammation
redness, swelling, pain, heat and loss of function
mediators of inflammation
histamine, complement proteins, eicosanoids, cytokines, kinin…
Anti-fungal and Anti-viral drugs
polyene anti-fungals
azole anti-fungals
polyene class effects
azole class effects
ampho B and nystatin
itraconazole and miconazole
directly target source of infection
target the synthesis of what causes the infection
polyene anti-fungals
ampho B and nystatin
azole anti-fungals
itraconazole and miconazole
18 terms
Anti-infective Drugs
Aminoglycosides: GENTAMYCIN
Penicillins
Teaching about anti-infective therapy
Cephalosporins
*Bactericidal... ACTIONS:... *Inhibit protein synthesis by binding…
*Bactericidal... ACTIONS:... *Inhibits cell wall synthesis during m…
*Take this drug exactly as prescribed, complete the entire pr…
*Bactericidal... ACTIONS:... Inhibits cell well synthesis, promotin…
Aminoglycosides: GENTAMYCIN
*Bactericidal... ACTIONS:... *Inhibit protein synthesis by binding…
Penicillins
*Bactericidal... ACTIONS:... *Inhibits cell wall synthesis during m…
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Anti Tb and Anti Fungal Drugs
MDR-TB
XDR-TB
rifampin
cidal
this type of TB is resistant to both isoniazid and rifampin
this type of TB is resistant to what MDR-TB is and also two t…
anti-TB drug which blocks RNA polymerase
is rifampin cidal or static?
MDR-TB
this type of TB is resistant to both isoniazid and rifampin
XDR-TB
this type of TB is resistant to what MDR-TB is and also two t…
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Immunosuppressive and Anti-inflammatory Drugs
Mycophenolate mofetil
Imiquimod
Vinblastine
Dapsone
MOA: Inhibits purine synthesis... Indication: Immunosuppressant…
MOA: Proinflammatory, acts via interferon-a, interleukins-1,-…
MOA: Inhibition of mitosis via binding mitotic spindle... Indic…
MOA: Inhibits dihydropteroate synthetase in cell (no folate)…
Mycophenolate mofetil
MOA: Inhibits purine synthesis... Indication: Immunosuppressant…
Imiquimod
MOA: Proinflammatory, acts via interferon-a, interleukins-1,-…
Anti-arrhythmic Drugs
Class IA MOA
Class IB MOA
Class IC MOA
Class II MOA
slows conduction velocity (less than IC), prolongs APD
does nothing to conduction velocity, may slow APD
slows conduction velocity (more than IA), may prolong APD
Beta-blockers
Class IA MOA
slows conduction velocity (less than IC), prolongs APD
Class IB MOA
does nothing to conduction velocity, may slow APD
41 terms
Anti-Epileptic Drugs
Ethosuxamide - MOA
Ethosuxamide - Indications
Ethosuxamide - Adverse effects
Benzodiazepines (diazepam) - MOA
Inhibits T-type Ca2+ channels
Used for absence seizures, myclonic seizures
Generally safe... GI distress, pain, N/V
Increased affinity of GABA for GABA-A receptor
Ethosuxamide - MOA
Inhibits T-type Ca2+ channels
Ethosuxamide - Indications
Used for absence seizures, myclonic seizures
MICROBIO: Anti-Viral Drugs
Attachment Antagonists
Arildone... Mechanism
Arildone... Effect
Arildone... Clinical Applications
- Arildone... - Docosanol (Abreva)
Blocks attachment molecule on host cell or pathogen
n/a
Spectrum of activity: Picornavirus, Poliovirus
Attachment Antagonists
- Arildone... - Docosanol (Abreva)
Arildone... Mechanism
Blocks attachment molecule on host cell or pathogen
30 terms
Rusnak Anti-Infective Drugs
Levaquin
Use
Mnemonic
Truvada
levofloxacin
Treat bacterial infections
Levi the Fox uses Levaquin to treat his infection.
tenofovir/emtricitabine
Levaquin
levofloxacin
Use
Treat bacterial infections
MICROBIO: Anti-Fungal Drugs
Polyenes
Polyenes
Amphotericin B... Mechanism
Amphotericin B... Effects
Destabilizes the fungal cell membrane: Binds to the sterol er…
- Amphotericin B... - Nystatin
Binds ergosterol in fungal cell membrane, causing pores to fo…
Loss of intracellular contents through pores is fungicidal... -…
Polyenes
Destabilizes the fungal cell membrane: Binds to the sterol er…
Polyenes
- Amphotericin B... - Nystatin
Anti-Anxiety Drugs
Alprazolam
Chlordiazepoxide
Clonazepam
Clorazepate
Xanax BZ
Librium BZ
Klonopin BZ
Tranxene BZ
Alprazolam
Xanax BZ
Chlordiazepoxide
Librium BZ
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Anti-Cancer: Antineoplastic Drugs
Cell-cycle-nonspecific
Alkylating agents
Mustard gas derivatives
Nitrosureas
antineoplastic drugs that are cytotoxic during any phase of t…
• Action: ... - prevent cancer cells from reproducing. These dru…
• Cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan)***... • Nitrogen mustard (Mustargen…
• Carmustine (BiCNU)... • Lomustine (CeeNu, CCNU)... • Streptozocin…
Cell-cycle-nonspecific
antineoplastic drugs that are cytotoxic during any phase of t…
Alkylating agents
• Action: ... - prevent cancer cells from reproducing. These dru…
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Anti-cestodal and Anti-trematodal drugs
How does the tapeworm life cycle play…
Intermediate host for Dipylidium
Intermediate host for Taenia (pigs/cys…
Intermediate hosts for anoplocephala (…
- control of intermediate hosts is necessary
- fleas and lice
- rodents and other mammals
- soil mites
How does the tapeworm life cycle play…
- control of intermediate hosts is necessary
Intermediate host for Dipylidium
- fleas and lice
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ANTI-PD drugs (MOA)
L-Dopa (Levodopa)
Ropinirole
Pramipexole
Tolcapone
DA precursor that allows residual DA neurons to make DA.
Direct D2 receptor agonists... D2,D3,D4 → Gi → decreased: cAMP,…
Direct D2 receptor agonists... D2,D3,D4 → Gi → decreased: cAMP,…
COMT inhibitors -- inhibit extracellular DA degradation by pr…
L-Dopa (Levodopa)
DA precursor that allows residual DA neurons to make DA.
Ropinirole
Direct D2 receptor agonists... D2,D3,D4 → Gi → decreased: cAMP,…
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anti-osteoporotic, anti-rheumatic and anti-gout drugs
bisphosphonates
cinacalcet
raloxifene
calcitonin
-bind to calcium -> largest calcium stores are in bone -> whe…
Increases sensitivity of the calcium receptor in the parathyr…
SERM... exerts pro-estrogen effects in bone... does not affect brea…
inhibits bone resorption and promotes bone formation... delivere…
bisphosphonates
-bind to calcium -> largest calcium stores are in bone -> whe…
cinacalcet
Increases sensitivity of the calcium receptor in the parathyr…
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Anti-hyperlipidemia drugs
rovastatin
fluvastatin
atorvastatin
lovastatin
Crestor
Lescol XL
Lipitor
Mevacor
rovastatin
Crestor
fluvastatin
Lescol XL
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Anti-epileptics= anti-sezure drugs
Phenobarbitol... Mechanism... Indications... PK
Phenytoin/ Dilantin... Indications... Mechan…
Ethosuximide/ Zarontin... Mechanism... Indic…
Benzodiazepines (diazepam, lorazepam,…
cheap and very effective... Mechanism: GABA receptor agonist- op…
Cheap... INDICATIONS: ... -effective against all seizure types exc…
Mechanism: blocks T-type Ca++ channels found in the thalamus…
Indications: ... -Drug of choice for status epilepticus, alcohol…
Phenobarbitol... Mechanism... Indications... PK
cheap and very effective... Mechanism: GABA receptor agonist- op…
Phenytoin/ Dilantin... Indications... Mechan…
Cheap... INDICATIONS: ... -effective against all seizure types exc…
Antimycobacterial drugs: Anti-tuberculosis drugs
Isoniazid (INH) synonym
Most active drug and bactericidal for TB
MOA of Isoniazid
Enzyme inhibited by Isoniazid
Isonicotyl Hydrazide
Isoniazid
Inhibition of mycolic acid synthesis
enoyl-acyl carrier protein reductase (blocks FAS II)
Isoniazid (INH) synonym
Isonicotyl Hydrazide
Most active drug and bactericidal for TB
Isoniazid
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Anti arrhythmic drugs
1A - MOA
1A - drugs
1A - S/E
1B - MOA
Inhibits Na+ and K+ channels... prolongs QRS and QT... prolongs eff…
quinidine... procainamide
Lupus-like syndrome (procainamide)... torsades de pointes
Inhibits Na+ ... shortens repolarization... decreased QT
1A - MOA
Inhibits Na+ and K+ channels... prolongs QRS and QT... prolongs eff…
1A - drugs
quinidine... procainamide
Anti hypertensive Drugs
Angiotensin II Receptor Blocking Agents
valsartan
losartan
olmersartan medoxomil
Angiotensin II Receptor Blocking Agents
Diovan
Cozaar
Benicar
Angiotensin II Receptor Blocking Agents
Angiotensin II Receptor Blocking Agents
valsartan
Diovan
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Anti parasitic drugs
Treatment of malaria
Example of drugs that inhibit parasite…
Example of drugs that inhibit heme met…
Example of drugs that inhibit translat…
1. Inhibitors of parasite E- transport chain... 2. Inhibitors of…
Atovaquone... primaquine ... (AtP)
Chloroquine... Quinine, quinidine... Mefloquine... Artemisinins- use f…
Tetracycline... Doxycycline... Clindamycin
Treatment of malaria
1. Inhibitors of parasite E- transport chain... 2. Inhibitors of…
Example of drugs that inhibit parasite…
Atovaquone... primaquine ... (AtP)
Anti-hypertensive drugs
beta blockers
ACE inhibitors
calcium channel blockers
vasodilators
inhibit cardiac stimulation from sympathetic nervous system
block enzyme that converts Angiotensin I to angiotensin II
inhibits movement of calcium to control vasoconstriction
opens blood vessels to reduce peripheral vascular resistance
beta blockers
inhibit cardiac stimulation from sympathetic nervous system
ACE inhibitors
block enzyme that converts Angiotensin I to angiotensin II
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Anti-Arrhythmic Drugs
Amiodarone
Flecainide
Lidocaine
Procainamide
Class 1A & 3, blocks Na+/K+/Ca2+ channels, beta receptors; hi…
Class 1C prototype, blocks Na+, no effect on repol = no effec…
Class 1B highly selective use-dependent; blocks Na+; shortens…
Group 1A, inhibits Na+, prolong APD thru K+ block, short t1/2…
Amiodarone
Class 1A & 3, blocks Na+/K+/Ca2+ channels, beta receptors; hi…
Flecainide
Class 1C prototype, blocks Na+, no effect on repol = no effec…
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Stephens Anti-Viral Drugs
Treatment for Hepatitis B:
Lamivudine mechanism, type of drug
Adefovir mechanism, type of drug
Telbivudine mechanism, type of drug
LATE:... Lamivudine... Adefovir... Telbivudine... Entecavir... Also... tenofo…
cytosine analogue, nucleoside analogue, inhibits RT (also giv…
adenine analogue, nucleoside analogue, inhibits RT
thymidine analogue, inhibitor of RT
Treatment for Hepatitis B:
LATE:... Lamivudine... Adefovir... Telbivudine... Entecavir... Also... tenofo…
Lamivudine mechanism, type of drug
cytosine analogue, nucleoside analogue, inhibits RT (also giv…
17 terms
Anti-Allergic & Antihistimatic drugs
Antihistamines
Allegra, Claritin and Zyrtec are examp…
Sympathomeimetics
Parasympatholtics
Block H1 Receptors
Antihistamines
Stimulates beta-2 adrenergic receptors agonist (albuterol)
Blocks Cholinergic Receptors (Anti Cholinergic Drugs)
Antihistamines
Block H1 Receptors
Allegra, Claritin and Zyrtec are examp…
Antihistamines
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Pharm Anti-Cancer Drugs
Cyclophosphamide
Chlorambucil
Ifosamide
Carmustine
Broad spectrum, may cause hemorrhagic cystitis; requires func…
Less toxic than Cyclophosphamide
Used to treat metastatic carcinomas and sarcomas in cats; tox…
Treats brain tumors; may cause severe bone marrow suppression
Cyclophosphamide
Broad spectrum, may cause hemorrhagic cystitis; requires func…
Chlorambucil
Less toxic than Cyclophosphamide
19 terms
Anti-cholesterol Drugs
lovastatin, atorvastatin, simvastatin…
pravastatin use and mechanism
Statins side effects and diagnostic
lovastatin, atorvastatin, simvastatin…
prodrug of HMG-CoA reductase that gets metabolized in the liv…
active form (beta-hydroxy acid) of HMG-CoA Reductase competit…
1. myopathy, myalgia (flu-like), rhabdomyolysis. inc risk wit…
metabolized by CYP3A4. Compete for metabolism - macrolide ant…
lovastatin, atorvastatin, simvastatin…
prodrug of HMG-CoA reductase that gets metabolized in the liv…
pravastatin use and mechanism
active form (beta-hydroxy acid) of HMG-CoA Reductase competit…
5 terms
anti anxiety drugs
use with caution with SSRI use may cau…
Contraindication for patient with clos…
Major side effects of withdrawal from…
nonpharmologic methods for anxiety rel…
buspirone hcl (BuSpar)
lorazepam (Ativan)
tremor, agitation, sweating,insomnia, muscle cramps
meditation, relaxation therapy, guided imagery
use with caution with SSRI use may cau…
buspirone hcl (BuSpar)
Contraindication for patient with clos…
lorazepam (Ativan)
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Anti-diabetic drugs
Types of insulin drugs
Rapid acting insulin drugs
Short acting insulin drugs
intermediate acting insulin drugs
1. rapid acting... 2. short acting... 3. intermediate acting... 4. lon…
1. Insulin lispro... 2. Insulin aspart... 3. *Insulin glulisine…
1. regular insulin that is made by recombinant DNA techniqu…
1. NPH insulin (neutral protamine hagedorn insulin), which…
Types of insulin drugs
1. rapid acting... 2. short acting... 3. intermediate acting... 4. lon…
Rapid acting insulin drugs
1. Insulin lispro... 2. Insulin aspart... 3. *Insulin glulisine…
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AntiHyperLipidemic Drugs
Ezetrol
Lipidil EZ
Lescol
Pravachol
ezetimbe
fenofibrate
fluvastatin
pravastatin
Ezetrol
ezetimbe
Lipidil EZ
fenofibrate
Anti arrhythmic drugs
Arrhythmia
Automaticity
Abnormal automaticity
Triggered activity
Abnormality in heart rate, regularity of beat, site of impuls…
Spontaneous rhythmic depolarisation, normal feature of all ce…
Oscillations during repolarisation trigger a second action po…
Arrhythmia
Abnormality in heart rate, regularity of beat, site of impuls…
Automaticity
Spontaneous rhythmic depolarisation, normal feature of all ce…
anti-hyerlipidemic drugs
HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors (statins)…
HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors (statins)…
HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors (statins)…
bile-acid sequestrants (resins) EFFECT
lower LDL... (slight) lower TG... (slight) raise HDL
MYOPATHY (sore, tender muscles)... hepatotoxicity
liver disease... pregnancy
lower LDL... raise HDL... no change in TG
HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors (statins)…
lower LDL... (slight) lower TG... (slight) raise HDL
HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors (statins)…
MYOPATHY (sore, tender muscles)... hepatotoxicity
13 terms
Anti-arrhythmic Drugs
Drugs that can cause long-QT syndrome
Disopyramide, quinidine, procainamide
Can cause drug-induced lupus
Mexilitine, lidocaine, tocainamide
Sotolol-(Class 3 anti-arrhythmic), terfenadine(antihistam…
Class Ia anti-arrhythmic drugs, "moderate" Na+ channel bloc…
SHIPP... Sulfa drugs... Hydralazine (vasodilator)... Isoniazid…
Class Ib anti-arrhythmic drugs, work at PHASE 0, "short-l…
Drugs that can cause long-QT syndrome
Sotolol-(Class 3 anti-arrhythmic), terfenadine(antihistam…
Disopyramide, quinidine, procainamide
Class Ia anti-arrhythmic drugs, "moderate" Na+ channel bloc…
12 terms
Anti-epileptic drugs
Ethosuxamide
Benzodiazepines
Phenobarbital
Phenytoin... Fosphenytoin
-Blocks thalamic T-type Ca2+ channels... -1st line tx for absen…
-Increase frequency of Cl- channels opening (GABA action)... -1s…
-↑ length of Cl- channel opening (barbiturate GABA activity)…
-Blocks Na+ channels; zero order kinetics... -Treats Simple and…
Ethosuxamide
-Blocks thalamic T-type Ca2+ channels... -1st line tx for absen…
Benzodiazepines
-Increase frequency of Cl- channels opening (GABA action)... -1s…
Anti-Inflammatory & Anti-Gout Drugs
NSAID Properties
NSAID (Types - 5)
NSAID
NSAID Nursing Implications
1. Analgesic... 2. Antiinflammatory... 3. Antipyretic... 4. Platelet i…
1. Salicylates... 2. Acetic acid derivatives... 3. COX-2 inhibitors…
MoA: ... - Inhibition of leukotriene pathway, prostaglandin path…
- notify if GI pain or bleeding... - enteric-coated tablets shou…
NSAID Properties
1. Analgesic... 2. Antiinflammatory... 3. Antipyretic... 4. Platelet i…
NSAID (Types - 5)
1. Salicylates... 2. Acetic acid derivatives... 3. COX-2 inhibitors…
25 terms
Schizophrenia and Anti-Psychotic Drugs
Schizophrenia
Positive Symptoms
Negative Symptoms
Catalonia (Catalepsy)
Class of disorders more than single one... Heterogenous illness…
Productive symptoms... Hallucinations-perception not based on re…
Affective flattening or blunting... Alogia (Poverty of Speech)... A…
Rare ... Patients seem lifeless, and often mute, negativism and…
Schizophrenia
Class of disorders more than single one... Heterogenous illness…
Positive Symptoms
Productive symptoms... Hallucinations-perception not based on re…
40 terms
Anti-Anginal drugs
Angina Pectoris
Coronary Artery disease (CAD)
Cause of CAD
Causes of atherosclerosis
Chest pain or discomfort subsequent to MI due to spasm or ste…
Leading cause of death and disability in the developed world…
Atherosclerosis
Dyslipidemias... Obesity... Metabolic syndrome... NAFLD... Diabetes
Angina Pectoris
Chest pain or discomfort subsequent to MI due to spasm or ste…
Coronary Artery disease (CAD)
Leading cause of death and disability in the developed world…
Anti-Histamine Drugs
Dimenhydrinate (Dramamine)
Diphenhydramine (Benadryl)
Chlorpheniramine (Chlor-Trimeton)
Promethazine (Phenergan)
1st Gen. Anti H1/Anticholinergic Useful for Motion sickness/N…
1st Gen. CNS>> Sedation
1st Gen. Similar to Benadryl but milder effects
1st Gen. Anti H1/ Anti alpha Adrenergic/Anti Cholinergic... Usef…
Dimenhydrinate (Dramamine)
1st Gen. Anti H1/Anticholinergic Useful for Motion sickness/N…
Diphenhydramine (Benadryl)
1st Gen. CNS>> Sedation
17 terms
Anti Viral and Anti Fungal Drugs
Antiviral drugs
Nucleoside analogs
Nucleoside analogs
Nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhib…
Most target host structures, resulting in toxicity.
What are the most common and most successful antiviral drugs?
Blocks reverse transcriptase and production of viral DNA.
What is another name for nucleoside analogs?
Antiviral drugs
Most target host structures, resulting in toxicity.
Nucleoside analogs
What are the most common and most successful antiviral drugs?
AntiChole Drugs Fitz
Scopolamine
Atropine
Tropicamide (Mydracel) & Cyclopentolat…
Tropicamide
-CNS Antichole... -causes mild sedation... -treat motion sickness (…
-Cardiovascular Antichole... 1 mg iv is given for treatment of b…
eye antichole... used topically for mydriasis for eye exams ... DOA…
Mydracel
Scopolamine
-CNS Antichole... -causes mild sedation... -treat motion sickness (…
Atropine
-Cardiovascular Antichole... 1 mg iv is given for treatment of b…
Anti-Malarial & Anti-Parasitic Drugs
Insect responsible for transmitting ma…
Two organisms that cause the vast majo…
How to prevent malaria infections in t…
How to plasmodium species metabolize h…
- mosquito
- plasmodium falciparum... - plasmodium vivax (causes relapses)
- insect repellents ... - insecticides ... - bed nets ... - chemoproph…
- malaria parasites ingest hemoglobin from host cell ... - degra…
Insect responsible for transmitting ma…
- mosquito
Two organisms that cause the vast majo…
- plasmodium falciparum... - plasmodium vivax (causes relapses)
113 terms
Insulin & Anti-Diabetic drugs
Drug list : Insulins
Drug list: Sulfonylureas
Drug list: Meglitinides
Drug list: Incretin system
Rapid Acting... --- Insulin lispro... --- Insulin aspart... --- Insuli…
1st gen... --- Tolbutamide... --- Chlorpropamide... 2nd gen... --- Glip…
Repaglinide... Nateglinide
Exenatide... Sitagliptin
Drug list : Insulins
Rapid Acting... --- Insulin lispro... --- Insulin aspart... --- Insuli…
Drug list: Sulfonylureas
1st gen... --- Tolbutamide... --- Chlorpropamide... 2nd gen... --- Glip…
41 terms
Drugs: Anti-Hypertensives
Chlorthalidone
Hydrochlorothiazide
Metolazone
Furosemide
Thiazide Diuretic... First line agent... Lowers BP by increasing N…
Thiazide Diuretic... First line agent... Lowers BP by increasing N…
Thiazide Diuretic... First line agent... Lowers BP by increasing N…
Loop Diuretic... Quick action in patients with poor renal funct…
Chlorthalidone
Thiazide Diuretic... First line agent... Lowers BP by increasing N…
Hydrochlorothiazide
Thiazide Diuretic... First line agent... Lowers BP by increasing N…
Anti-Anxiety Drugs
Alprazolam(Xanax)
Clonazepam(Klonopin)
Diazepam(Valium)
Lorazepam(Ativan)
Anti-Anxiety
Anti-Anxiety
Anti-Anxiety
Anti-Anxiety
Alprazolam(Xanax)
Anti-Anxiety
Clonazepam(Klonopin)
Anti-Anxiety
25 terms
Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Structures
Arachidonic Acid
Prostacyclin
Thromboxane A2
Leukotriene
Arachidonic Acid
Prostacyclin
29 terms
Anti-fungal Drugs
Systemic Fungal Infections
Immunocompromised patients are very se…
Polyene Antibiotics: Method of Action
Amphotericin B
Difficult to treat ... -Infection often indolent ... -Difficult to…
HIV carriers ... Organ transplant patients ... Cancer chemotherapy
Polyenes bind avidly to ergosterol in fungal membranes ---> b…
Polyene Anti-fungal
Systemic Fungal Infections
Difficult to treat ... -Infection often indolent ... -Difficult to…
Immunocompromised patients are very se…
HIV carriers ... Organ transplant patients ... Cancer chemotherapy
201 terms
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
34 terms
drugs anti-trafficking operations
The government claims to be doing all…
She hired an assassin to eliminate her…
There has been a series of police crac…
We landed at a tiny airstrip in the mi…
There's no point in arresting the small fry. We've got bigger…
They were charged with peddling drugs to young children.
Most scientists believe it is legitimate to experiment on ani…
In ​their ​latest ​drugs bust ​police ​entered a ​warehouse w…
The government claims to be doing all…
There's no point in arresting the small fry. We've got bigger…
She hired an assassin to eliminate her…
They were charged with peddling drugs to young children.
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