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Drugs
Club drugs
Cocaine
Codiene
Ecstacy
Used to describe party drugs like GHB, Ecstacy, and Ketamine…
Highly addictive, illegal, called coke
Narcotic painkiller produce from morphine
Psychoactive club drug that can produce euphoria and leave th…
Club drugs
Used to describe party drugs like GHB, Ecstacy, and Ketamine…
Cocaine
Highly addictive, illegal, called coke
22 terms
Drugs
Drug
Cannabis
Depressant
Hallucinogen
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Derived from the cannabis plant
A substance that inhibits or slows down the central nervous s…
drugs that affect a person's perceptions, sensations, thinkin…
Drug
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Cannabis
Derived from the cannabis plant
12 terms
Drugs
Depressant
Stimulant
Dependence
Withdrawal
Drugs (such as alcohol, barbiturates, and opiates) that reduc…
Drugs (such as caffeine, nicotine, and the more powerful amph…
A state in which there is a compulsive or chronic need, as fo…
The discomfort and distress that follow discontinuing the use…
Depressant
Drugs (such as alcohol, barbiturates, and opiates) that reduc…
Stimulant
Drugs (such as caffeine, nicotine, and the more powerful amph…
24 terms
Drugs
Drug
Cannabis
Depressant
Hallucinogen
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Derived from the cannabis plant
A substance that inhibits or slows down the central nervous s…
drugs that affect a person's perceptions, sensations, thinkin…
Drug
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Cannabis
Derived from the cannabis plant
33 terms
Drugs
Alcohol (ethyl alcohol)
Nicotine
Cocaine
Codeine
alcohol is a depressant it effects the central nervous system…
high psychological dependence and physical dependence, its a…
is a stimulant, high psychological dependence and no physical…
low psychological dependence, it has physical dependence, and…
Alcohol (ethyl alcohol)
alcohol is a depressant it effects the central nervous system…
Nicotine
high psychological dependence and physical dependence, its a…
38 terms
Drugs
Adrenaline
Paracetamol
Aspirin
Codeine
anaphylaxis: 0.1-0.3mg/kg of 1:1,000 ... cardiac arrest: start w…
Dosage: 500mg-1g q6hr; max 4g/day... - route: PO, IV infusion... A…
Dosage: analgesia - 300-900mg q4-6hr; max 4g/day... Adverse eff…
Dosage: 15-60 mg... Adverse effects:
Adrenaline
anaphylaxis: 0.1-0.3mg/kg of 1:1,000 ... cardiac arrest: start w…
Paracetamol
Dosage: 500mg-1g q6hr; max 4g/day... - route: PO, IV infusion... A…
Drugs
What is tobacco?
What is nicotine?
What is a stimulant?
What is a depressant?
Green leafy plant that is dried up and ground up
Addictive substance in tobacco
Speeds up the central nervous system
Slows down the central nervous system
What is tobacco?
Green leafy plant that is dried up and ground up
What is nicotine?
Addictive substance in tobacco
44 terms
Drugs
abuse
urge
available
healthy
abuser
presser (quelqu'un de faire quelque chose)
disponible
sain, en bonne santé
abuse
abuser
urge
presser (quelqu'un de faire quelque chose)
Drugs
Narcotic
Marijuana
Hashish
Stimulants
Habit forming drugs that in moderate doses dulls the senses,…
Drug of the Cannabis plant, has over 400 chemicals. THC is th…
A dark resin collected from the tops of the cannabis plant. M…
Drugs that speed up the CNS, increase heart rate, dilates pup…
Narcotic
Habit forming drugs that in moderate doses dulls the senses,…
Marijuana
Drug of the Cannabis plant, has over 400 chemicals. THC is th…
30 terms
Drugs
Depressant
What is an example of a depressant?
Stimulant
What are example of minor stimulants?
Drugs that reduce the brain and body functions
Alcohol
Drugs that excite neural activity and speed up body functions
Caffeine, Nicotine
Depressant
Drugs that reduce the brain and body functions
What is an example of a depressant?
Alcohol
207 terms
drugs
Do penicillins achieve IC concentratio…
What tissues are penicillins concentra…
Do penicillins cross the BBB?
Do cephalosporins achieve IC concentra…
No
Kidney
not unless acutely inflammed
No
Do penicillins achieve IC concentratio…
No
What tissues are penicillins concentra…
Kidney
Drugs
Acetominophen... High Altitiude Illnes... S…
Adenosine
Amiodarone
Aspirin... CP/ ACS / STEMI/High Altitude…
650 mg PR
Adult: 6mg, 12 mg, 12 mg... Peds: 0.1mg/kg, then 0.2mg/kg
Adult: Cardiac Arrest: 300mg, then may re-bolus 150mg after 3…
324 mg PO
Acetominophen... High Altitiude Illnes... S…
650 mg PR
Adenosine
Adult: 6mg, 12 mg, 12 mg... Peds: 0.1mg/kg, then 0.2mg/kg
12 terms
Drugs
Depressant
Stimulant
Dependence
Withdrawal
Drugs (such as alcohol, barbiturates, and opiates) that reduc…
Drugs (such as caffeine, nicotine, and the more powerful amph…
A state in which there is a compulsive or chronic need, as fo…
The discomfort and distress that follow discontinuing the use…
Depressant
Drugs (such as alcohol, barbiturates, and opiates) that reduc…
Stimulant
Drugs (such as caffeine, nicotine, and the more powerful amph…
Drugs
Addiction
Alcohol
Drugs
Tolerance
A Psychological or physical need for a drug or other substance.
A drug created by a chemical reaction in some foods, especial…
A substance other than food that changes the structure or fun…
The body's need for larger and larger doses of a drug to prod…
Addiction
A Psychological or physical need for a drug or other substance.
Alcohol
A drug created by a chemical reaction in some foods, especial…
21 terms
Drugs
Drug
Prescription Medicine
Over The Counter (OTC)
Drug Misuse
A substance other than food that changes the structure or fun…
medicines that can be sold only with a written order from a p…
medicines that are safe enough to be taken without a written…
taking or using medicine in a way that is not intended
Drug
A substance other than food that changes the structure or fun…
Prescription Medicine
medicines that can be sold only with a written order from a p…
18 terms
Drugs
Addiction
Alcohol
Drugs
Tolerance
A Psychological or physical need for a drug or other substance.
A drug created by a chemical reaction in some foods, especial…
A substance other than food that changes the structure or fun…
The body's need for larger and larger doses of a drug to prod…
Addiction
A Psychological or physical need for a drug or other substance.
Alcohol
A drug created by a chemical reaction in some foods, especial…
10 terms
Drugs
Addiction
Drugs
Withdrawal
Stimulant
A Psychological or physical need for a drug or other substance.
A substance that affects the way the body works.
The unpleasant symptoms that someone experiences when he or s…
A drug that speeds up the body's functions. Examples are spee…
Addiction
A Psychological or physical need for a drug or other substance.
Drugs
A substance that affects the way the body works.
24 terms
Drugs
Drug
Cannabis
Depressant
Hallucinogen
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Derived from the cannabis plant
A substance that inhibits or slows down the central nervous s…
drugs that affect a person's perceptions, sensations, thinkin…
Drug
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Cannabis
Derived from the cannabis plant
24 terms
Drugs
Drug
Cannabis
Depressant
Hallucinogen
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Derived from the cannabis plant
A substance that inhibits or slows down the central nervous s…
drugs that affect a person's perceptions, sensations, thinkin…
Drug
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Cannabis
Derived from the cannabis plant
38 terms
Drugs
Adrenaline
Paracetamol
Aspirin
Codeine
anaphylaxis: 0.1-0.3mg/kg of 1:1,000 ... cardiac arrest: start w…
Dosage: 500mg-1g q6hr; max 4g/day... - route: PO, IV infusion... A…
Dosage: analgesia - 300-900mg q4-6hr; max 4g/day... Adverse eff…
Dosage: 15-60 mg... Adverse effects:
Adrenaline
anaphylaxis: 0.1-0.3mg/kg of 1:1,000 ... cardiac arrest: start w…
Paracetamol
Dosage: 500mg-1g q6hr; max 4g/day... - route: PO, IV infusion... A…
24 terms
Drugs
Drug
Cannabis
Depressant
Hallucinogen
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Derived from the cannabis plant
A substance that inhibits or slows down the central nervous s…
drugs that affect a person's perceptions, sensations, thinkin…
Drug
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Cannabis
Derived from the cannabis plant
Drugs
Antihistamines
Amoxycillin
Clopidogrel
Tetracyclines
Class of drugs which includes:... Diphenhydramine (has centreal…
ANTIBIOTIC... Used to treat respiratory tract infections... Capsule…
Used to prevent blood clotting, needed quickly prior to coron…
ANTIBIOTIC... Used for bacterial infections... Forms non-absorbable…
Antihistamines
Class of drugs which includes:... Diphenhydramine (has centreal…
Amoxycillin
ANTIBIOTIC... Used to treat respiratory tract infections... Capsule…
Drugs
International Olympic Commitee
Drug
Doping
Stimulants
What does the IOC stand for?
Any chemical substance that affects the way your body works
Illegal use of performance-enhancing substances in competitiv…
Drugs (such as caffeine, nicotine, and the more powerful amph…
International Olympic Commitee
What does the IOC stand for?
Drug
Any chemical substance that affects the way your body works
drugs
Addiction
Alcohol
Drugs
Tolerance
A Psychological or physical need for a drug or other substance.
A drug created by a chemical reaction in some foods, especial…
A substance other than food that changes the structure or fun…
The body's need for larger and larger doses of a drug to prod…
Addiction
A Psychological or physical need for a drug or other substance.
Alcohol
A drug created by a chemical reaction in some foods, especial…
107 terms
Drugs
Analog
Enteric Coating
Drug Comparrisons
ASA
Chemical Strucural Similarity ... Properties may be different or…
chemical envelope that protects the drug from stomach acid, d…
half life... water/lipid soluble... pKa
use caution with history of asthma
Analog
Chemical Strucural Similarity ... Properties may be different or…
Enteric Coating
chemical envelope that protects the drug from stomach acid, d…
illegal (adj) (e.g.: drugs)
safe (adj)
a prescription drug (n)
to prescribe something (v) (e.g.: a dr…
(Drugs) not allowed by law
Not dangerous
A ​drug that can only be ​bought if a ​doctor ​orders it for…
If a doctor prescribes a drug or treatment, they say you shou…
illegal (adj) (e.g.: drugs)
(Drugs) not allowed by law
safe (adj)
Not dangerous
6 terms
Drugs
Cocaine
DXM
Heroin
Inhalants
Processed drug that comes from the coca plant; it is a stimul…
Ingredient in many cough syrups; can cause hallucinations if…
Highly addictive drug that comes from the poppy seed.
Substances with dangerous vapors than can be fatal if inhaled.
Cocaine
Processed drug that comes from the coca plant; it is a stimul…
DXM
Ingredient in many cough syrups; can cause hallucinations if…
Drugs
marijuana
stimulant
anabolic steroid
depressant
drug that is often a gateway to other drugs
any drug that speeds up the central nervous system
drug that is used to make muscles bigger and are man made
any drug that slows body function
marijuana
drug that is often a gateway to other drugs
stimulant
any drug that speeds up the central nervous system
5 terms
Drugs
Cocaine
Heroin
Marijuana
acute toxicity
-a stimulant that releases more dopamine in the brain to help…
A narcotic drug derived from morphine.
A plant whose leaves, buds, and flowers are usually smoked fo…
A Toxic Effect Resulting From A Single Dose Or Brief Exposure…
Cocaine
-a stimulant that releases more dopamine in the brain to help…
Heroin
A narcotic drug derived from morphine.
Drugs
Drug
Cannabis
Depressant
Hallucinogen
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Derived from the cannabis plant
A substance that inhibits or slows down the central nervous s…
drugs that affect a person's perceptions, sensations, thinkin…
Drug
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Cannabis
Derived from the cannabis plant
23 terms
Drugs
Controlled drugs
Alkaloid
Analgesic
Designer drug
material whose possession is controlled by law
one of a class of biter-tasting, basic organic compounds with…
a drug that relieves pain
a drug synthesized with particular pharmacological characteri…
Controlled drugs
material whose possession is controlled by law
Alkaloid
one of a class of biter-tasting, basic organic compounds with…
17 terms
Drugs
Controlled drug
illegal drug use
stimulant
tolerance
a drug whose possession manufacture, distribution and sale ar…
use of a controlled drug without a prescription
a group of drugs that increase the activities of the central…
is a condition in which the body becomes used to a drug and l…
Controlled drug
a drug whose possession manufacture, distribution and sale ar…
illegal drug use
use of a controlled drug without a prescription
36 terms
Drugs
Depressant
What is an example of a depressant?
Stimulant
What are example of minor stimulants?
Drugs that reduce the brain and body functions
Alcohol
Drugs that excite neural activity and speed up body functions
Caffeine, Nicotine
Depressant
Drugs that reduce the brain and body functions
What is an example of a depressant?
Alcohol
24 terms
Drugs
Drug
Cannabis
Depressant
Hallucinogen
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Derived from the cannabis plant
A substance that inhibits or slows down the central nervous s…
drugs that affect a person's perceptions, sensations, thinkin…
Drug
A substance that has a physiological effect when injected or…
Cannabis
Derived from the cannabis plant
DRUGS
Curare
Myasthenia gravis
black widow spider venom
clostridium botulinum
competitive inhibitor binds to ach receptor
auto immune-attacks receptors (use neostigmine to have acchas…
explosive release of ach via pores in membrane
prevents ach from binding by degrading snares
Curare
competitive inhibitor binds to ach receptor
Myasthenia gravis
auto immune-attacks receptors (use neostigmine to have acchas…
65 terms
Drugs
Warfarin (Coumadin)
Diazepam (Valium)
Slidenafil (viagra)
Propanolol (Inderal)
treats atrial fibrillation... inhibits synthesis of vitamin K de…
treats anxiety... enhances chloride influx into nerve cells caus…
used for male erectile dysfunction... increases nitric oxide in…
treatment of hypertension, angina, arrhythmias... blocks beta 1…
Warfarin (Coumadin)
treats atrial fibrillation... inhibits synthesis of vitamin K de…
Diazepam (Valium)
treats anxiety... enhances chloride influx into nerve cells caus…
38 terms
Drugs
Acetaminophen (TYLENOL)
Albuterol
AmLODIPine
Aspirin
Purpose: treatment of mild pain and fever... Action: inhibits t…
Purpose: Bronchodilator to prevent airway obstruction... Action…
Action... Inhibits the transport of calcium into myocardial and…
Purpose: Inflammatory disorders, mild pain, fever, prophylaxi…
Acetaminophen (TYLENOL)
Purpose: treatment of mild pain and fever... Action: inhibits t…
Albuterol
Purpose: Bronchodilator to prevent airway obstruction... Action…
Drugs
Didanosine (ddI)
Acyclovir
Azidothymidine (AZD)
Tenofovir
(deoxyadenosine analogue)... • Upon incorporation into the ds DN…
(deoxyguanosine analogue) ... Causes chain termination due to la…
(Zidovudine; deoxythimidine analogue)... • Upon incorporation in…
(deoxyadenosine diphosphate analogue)... • Once successfully inc…
Didanosine (ddI)
(deoxyadenosine analogue)... • Upon incorporation into the ds DN…
Acyclovir
(deoxyguanosine analogue) ... Causes chain termination due to la…
21 terms
Drugs
Addiction
Alcohol
Alcoholism
Cirrhosis
physical and psychological need for a substance or behavior
a drink that contains ethanol
a person who is completely dependent on alcohol
scar tissue in the liver often leads to death
Addiction
physical and psychological need for a substance or behavior
Alcohol
a drink that contains ethanol
90 terms
Drugs
What is butorphanol?
What is tramadol?
Tiagabine and Vigabatrin are two low-y…
phenobarbital and thiopental are both…
MOA: κ-opioid receptor agonist and μ-opioid receptor partial…
MOA: Very weak opioid agonist; also inhibits 5-HT and norepin…
Tiagabine -> increase GABA by inhibiting uptake... Vigabatrin -…
phenobarbital -> long acting, use for seizures (especially in…
What is butorphanol?
MOA: κ-opioid receptor agonist and μ-opioid receptor partial…
What is tramadol?
MOA: Very weak opioid agonist; also inhibits 5-HT and norepin…
15 terms
Drugs
Medicines
Over-the-Counter Drug
Prescription Drug
Illegal Drug
Legal drugs that help the body to fight illness, injury, or d…
A medicine that is sold legally in pharmacies and other store…
A drug that can be obtained only with a written order from a…
A chemical substance that people of any age may not lawfully…
Medicines
Legal drugs that help the body to fight illness, injury, or d…
Over-the-Counter Drug
A medicine that is sold legally in pharmacies and other store…
13 terms
Drugs
Stimulant
Depressant
Hallucinogenic
Illegal Drug
Drugs (such as caffeine, nicotine, and the more powerful amph…
Drugs (such as alcohol, barbiturates, and opiates) that reduc…
drugs that dramatically alter perception, mood, and thoughts.
chemical substances that people of any age may not lawfully m…
Stimulant
Drugs (such as caffeine, nicotine, and the more powerful amph…
Depressant
Drugs (such as alcohol, barbiturates, and opiates) that reduc…
41 terms
DRUGS
Benztropine
Chlorpromazine
Clozapine
Diphenhydramine
Drug class: Anticholinergic... MOA: Anticholinergic M1 antagoni…
Drug class: First Generation Antipsychotic, Neuroleptic / Phe…
Drug class: Secondary Antipsychotic... MOA: 5-HT2 Antagonist... U…
Drug class: First-generation Antihistamine... MOA: Anticholiner…
Benztropine
Drug class: Anticholinergic... MOA: Anticholinergic M1 antagoni…
Chlorpromazine
Drug class: First Generation Antipsychotic, Neuroleptic / Phe…
drugs
glipizide and metformin
ferrous sulfate
amlodipine besylate
atorvastin calcium
treats type two diabetes
iron supplement that helps restore red blood cells due to an…
high blood pressure and chest pain
reduce lipids--> for heart disease
glipizide and metformin
treats type two diabetes
ferrous sulfate
iron supplement that helps restore red blood cells due to an…
Drugs
Nitroglycerin
Benadryl
Lasix
Warfarin
Generic Name
Generic Name
Generic name: Furosemide... Classification: Diuaretic... Action:F…
Generic Name:
Nitroglycerin
Generic Name
Benadryl
Generic Name
17 terms
drugs
Activated charcoal
Adenosine
Albuterol
Amiodarone
1g with 6-8oz h20 ,
6mg, 12mg, 12mg RAPID push, SVT
2.5mg in 3ml ns nebulized ,
Ventricular dyrhythmias... 150mg, then 300mg over 10 mins if…
Activated charcoal
1g with 6-8oz h20 ,
Adenosine
6mg, 12mg, 12mg RAPID push, SVT
Drugs
Tetracaines brand name is
Classification of tetracaine
Indications of tetracaine
Contraindications of tetracaine
Tetcaine
Topical anesthetic (numbs the surface of a body part)
To facilitate eye flushing
Hypersensitivity to topical anesthetics, possible penetrating…
Tetracaines brand name is
Tetcaine
Classification of tetracaine
Topical anesthetic (numbs the surface of a body part)
13 terms
Drugs
Levaquin
Uloric
Avodart
Dilantin
Levofloxacin
Febuxostat
Dutasteride
Phenytoin
Levaquin
Levofloxacin
Uloric
Febuxostat
drugs
Tylenol
Tylenol #3
Zovirax
Differin
acetaminophen (APAP) ... pain
acetaminophen/codeine... pain
acyclovir ... viral infection
adapalene... acne
Tylenol
acetaminophen (APAP) ... pain
Tylenol #3
acetaminophen/codeine... pain
Drugs.
Local anesthetic
Benzodiazepine
Albuterol
Propanolol
-Blocks Voltage gated Na+ channels in periphery
-Binds GABAa in CNS
-Beta agonist... -asthma
-Beta Antagonis... -Hypertension
Local anesthetic
-Blocks Voltage gated Na+ channels in periphery
Benzodiazepine
-Binds GABAa in CNS
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