Study sets matching "drugs"

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Drugs
Albuterol/Proventiol/Ventolin
Ipratropium/ Atrovent
Cetacaine/ Benzocaine/ Hurricane spray
Etomidate/ Amidate
Class: Beta-2 receptor agonist... Actions: dialates bronchioles…
Class: Bronchodilator, Parasympatholytic.... Actions: Dilates B…
Class: Anesthetic... Actions: Blocks gag reflex by blocking neu…
Class: Nonbarbituate hypnotic, Anesthetic.... Actions: Hypnosis…
Albuterol/Proventiol/Ventolin
Class: Beta-2 receptor agonist... Actions: dialates bronchioles…
Ipratropium/ Atrovent
Class: Bronchodilator, Parasympatholytic.... Actions: Dilates B…
DRUGS
Long acting drug name Formoterol... Onese…
Short acting drug name Levalbuterol... On…
Long acting drug Arformoterol... Onset: 1…
Shorting acting Metaproterenol... Onset:…
Brand name: B2... Perforomist, SVN : 20ug/2ml unit dose... Foradi…
Brand name: B2... Xopenex,Xopenex HFA, SVN: 0.31mg/3ml tid,0.63m…
Brand Name: B2... Brovana SVN: 15ug 12mL unit dose,bid
Brand Name: B2... Alupent SVN: 0.4%,0.6%solution, tid,qid... TABLE…
Long acting drug name Formoterol... Onese…
Brand name: B2... Perforomist, SVN : 20ug/2ml unit dose... Foradi…
Short acting drug name Levalbuterol... On…
Brand name: B2... Xopenex,Xopenex HFA, SVN: 0.31mg/3ml tid,0.63m…
6 terms
Drugs
Opioid
Sympathomimetic
Sedative-Hypnotics
Anticholinergics
(CNS Depressant)... Examples: Heroin,Oxycodone, morphine, hydro…
(CNS Stimulant)... Examples: Epinephrine, albuterol, cocaine, m…
(CNS Depressant)... Examples: Diazepam(Valium), Secobarbital(Se…
(Block Parasympathetic Nerves)... Examples: Atropine, Jimson We…
Opioid
(CNS Depressant)... Examples: Heroin,Oxycodone, morphine, hydro…
Sympathomimetic
(CNS Stimulant)... Examples: Epinephrine, albuterol, cocaine, m…
28 terms
Drugs
Tetrodotoxin
Lidocain/Procrain type anesthetic
Hemicholinium
Vesamicol
Na Channel Blocker... (limit availability of Ach at synaptic ves…
Na channel Block... (limit availability of Ach at synaptic vesic…
blocks choline uptake (ach release)
block storage (ach release)
Tetrodotoxin
Na Channel Blocker... (limit availability of Ach at synaptic ves…
Lidocain/Procrain type anesthetic
Na channel Block... (limit availability of Ach at synaptic vesic…
15 terms
Drugs
Heparin
Hytrin
Hyzaar
Catapres
Heparin
Terazosin
Losartan hydrochlorothiazide
Clonidine
Heparin
Heparin
Hytrin
Terazosin
10 terms
Drugs
Drugs
Mood-enhancing drug (definition)
Medicinal drugs (examples)
Illegal recreational drugs (definition)
Is any substance that is taken into the body that alters or i…
Alters sensory perception
Aspirin, paracetamol, morphine and antibiotics
Drugs that are illegal because of their severe effects
Drugs
Is any substance that is taken into the body that alters or i…
Mood-enhancing drug (definition)
Alters sensory perception
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
16 terms
Drugs
Digoxin
Dobutamine
Epinephrine
Milrinone
Inotropic
Inotropic
Inotropic
Inotropic (intravenous)
Digoxin
Inotropic
Dobutamine
Inotropic
10 terms
DRUGS
annos
huumeiden käyttäjä
päihde
päihteiden väärinkäyttö
dose
drug addict
intoxicant
substance abuse
annos
dose
huumeiden käyttäjä
drug addict
26 terms
Drugs
medicine
over-the-counter drugs
prescription drugs
illegal drug
legal drugs taken to cause changes in a person's body or beha…
a medicine that is sold legally without a doctor's prescription
a drug that can only be obtained with a written order from a…
a chemical substance that people of any age may not lawfully…
medicine
legal drugs taken to cause changes in a person's body or beha…
over-the-counter drugs
a medicine that is sold legally without a doctor's prescription
drugs
metoprolol
lisinopril
hydroCHLOROthiazide
lidocaine-prilocaine 2.5-2.5 % cream
Beta blocker... It can treat high blood pressure, chest pain (an…
ACE inhibitor... It can treat high blood pressure and heart fail…
It can treat high blood pressure and fluid retention (edema).
EMLA Anesthetic
metoprolol
Beta blocker... It can treat high blood pressure, chest pain (an…
lisinopril
ACE inhibitor... It can treat high blood pressure and heart fail…
Drugs
What parts of the body are responsible…
Physiological Stress Pathway from Illn…
Perceptual Stress Pathway from Environ…
Imaginary Stress Pathway from Thoughts
Hypothalamus... ANS... Pituitary Gland... Adrenal
...
...
...
What parts of the body are responsible…
Hypothalamus... ANS... Pituitary Gland... Adrenal
Physiological Stress Pathway from Illn…
...
9 terms
Drugs
SSRIs
Tricyclic Antidepressant
MAO inhibitor
Anitpsychotics (Neuroleptics)
Fluoxetine (prozac), Trazodone
Amitriptyline, Imipramine
Tranycypromine, Phenylene
Haloperidol, Phenothiazine (old v), Chlorpromazine, Thioridaz…
SSRIs
Fluoxetine (prozac), Trazodone
Tricyclic Antidepressant
Amitriptyline, Imipramine
DRUGS
Drug
Over-the-Counter Drugs
Prescription Drugs
Psychoactive Drug
Any chemical substance that is taken to cause changes in a pe…
Drugs that are sold legally without a doctor's prescription (…
Drugs that you can get only with a doctor's note at a pharmacy
A "mood-altering" drug that affects brain activity - creates…
Drug
Any chemical substance that is taken to cause changes in a pe…
Over-the-Counter Drugs
Drugs that are sold legally without a doctor's prescription (…
24 terms
drugs
The study of drugs and the adverse eff…
When is a drug log required?
Patient rights of drug therapy are:
Drugs are influenced by:
Pharmacology
Using controlled substances
Right patient, dosage,frequency, medication, route, and amount.
the route they are administered.
The study of drugs and the adverse eff…
Pharmacology
When is a drug log required?
Using controlled substances
Drugs
Marijuana
Cocaine
Narcotics
Herion
Both a stimulant and a depressant. Contains THC. Can be ate a…
"Rich Man's drug"... Stimulant, very habit forming. Makes user f…
Addictive depressants used to relieve pain.
Uses regularly and tries to stop user will become sick within…
Marijuana
Both a stimulant and a depressant. Contains THC. Can be ate a…
Cocaine
"Rich Man's drug"... Stimulant, very habit forming. Makes user f…
Drugs
medicine
prescription
side effect
drug allergy
A drug that is used to cure, prevent, or treat illness or dis…
A written order from a doctor for a certain medicine or treat…
Any effect that is caused by a drug that is different from th…
A person can have a very bad reaction to a medicine
medicine
A drug that is used to cure, prevent, or treat illness or dis…
prescription
A written order from a doctor for a certain medicine or treat…
35 terms
Drugs
Hydrocodone/acetaminophen
Levothyroxine
Metoprolol
Lisinopril
Vicodin, Lorcet, Lortab ... Pain... Opiate Analgesic
Synthroid & Levothroid... Hypothyroidism ... Hormone( thyroid)
Lopressor ... Hypertension ... Beta 1 Blocker
Prinivil & Zestril... Hypertension ... ACE inhibitor
Hydrocodone/acetaminophen
Vicodin, Lorcet, Lortab ... Pain... Opiate Analgesic
Levothyroxine
Synthroid & Levothroid... Hypothyroidism ... Hormone( thyroid)
200 terms
Drugs
Namenda & Namenda XR
Cialis
Xalatan
Zyloprim
memantine hydrochloride; Agent for Alzheimer's Dementia
tadalafil; Agent for Erectile Dysfunction
latanoprost; Glaucoma Agent
allopurinol; Agent for Gout
Namenda & Namenda XR
memantine hydrochloride; Agent for Alzheimer's Dementia
Cialis
tadalafil; Agent for Erectile Dysfunction
99 terms
DRUGS
Vicodin
Vigamox
Vitamin D
Vytorin
hydrocodone and acetaminophen; analgesic
moxifloxacin; bacterial conjunctivitis
ergocalciferol; vitamin D deficiency
ezetimibe-simvastatin; hypercholesterolemia
Vicodin
hydrocodone and acetaminophen; analgesic
Vigamox
moxifloxacin; bacterial conjunctivitis
17 terms
Drugs
Narcotic
Inhalant
Amnesia
Drug
Specific drugs that are obtainable only by prescription and a…
Any substance whose fumes are sniffed and inhaled to produce…
Total or partial loss of memory
substance other than food that changes the structure or funct…
Narcotic
Specific drugs that are obtainable only by prescription and a…
Inhalant
Any substance whose fumes are sniffed and inhaled to produce…
Drugs
narcotic
stimulant
hallucinogen
depressant
Which drug classification is heroin?
Which drug classification is cocaine?
Which drug classification is LSD
Which drug classification is alcohol
narcotic
Which drug classification is heroin?
stimulant
Which drug classification is cocaine?
14 terms
drugs
ecstacy
LSD
marijuana
caffeine
This "club drug" can fall into 2 different categories and tri…
Hallucinogen. This drug distorts sensations and perceptions o…
hallucinogen. contains THC, typically smoked. alters percepti…
active ingredient in energy drinks. stimulant. arouses the ce…
ecstacy
This "club drug" can fall into 2 different categories and tri…
LSD
Hallucinogen. This drug distorts sensations and perceptions o…
Drugs
Mobic
Tylenol
Motrin/advil
Glucophage
Meloxican pain
Acetaminophen pain
Ibuprofen pain
Metformin anti diabetic
Mobic
Meloxican pain
Tylenol
Acetaminophen pain
Drugs
Lidocaine
Diazepam
Methylphenidate
Doxazosin
Indication= Dental work... Contraindication= Drug allergy... MOA= B…
Indication= Anxiety... Contraindication= Sleep apnea... MOA= Increa…
Indication= ADHD... Contraindication= Cardiovascular issues... MOA=…
Indication= Hypertension... Contraindication= Hypotension... MOA= B…
Lidocaine
Indication= Dental work... Contraindication= Drug allergy... MOA= B…
Diazepam
Indication= Anxiety... Contraindication= Sleep apnea... MOA= Increa…
310 terms
Drugs!
What's Salbutamol?
How do B2 Agonists work (3 steps)?
2 indications for B2 Agonists?
Name a B2 Agonist
A B2 Agonist
Stimulate B2 receptors in the airways... ... Generates intracellul…
Asthma... ... COPD
Salbutamol
What's Salbutamol?
A B2 Agonist
How do B2 Agonists work (3 steps)?
Stimulate B2 receptors in the airways... ... Generates intracellul…
17 terms
Drugs
Dine
Done
Ide
Lam
Anti-ulcer agents(h2 histamine blockers )
Opioid analgesics
Oral hypoglycemics
Anti-anxiety agents
Dine
Anti-ulcer agents(h2 histamine blockers )
Done
Opioid analgesics
10 terms
Drugs
Crestor
Juxatapid
Lipitor
Mevacor
Rosuvastatin
Lompitapide
Atorvastatin
Lovastatin
Crestor
Rosuvastatin
Juxatapid
Lompitapide
8 terms
Drugs
Streptomycin
Tetracycline
Puromycin
Chloramphenicol
Binds 30s subunits, ruins the structure, stops initiation in…
Binds 30s. Doesn't allow aminoacyl tRNA to bind to the A site…
Looks like Aminoacyl-tRNA, accepts the peptide from P site, i…
Inhibits prokaryotic peptidyl transferase
Streptomycin
Binds 30s subunits, ruins the structure, stops initiation in…
Tetracycline
Binds 30s. Doesn't allow aminoacyl tRNA to bind to the A site…
15 terms
drugs
alcoholism
air pollution
anabolic steroids
cirrhosis
uncontrollable desire to drink alcohol
caused by pollutants in the atmosphere
derived from testosterone
scar tissue that forms in dead cells and clocks the flow of b…
alcoholism
uncontrollable desire to drink alcohol
air pollution
caused by pollutants in the atmosphere
Drugs
Donepezil hydrochloride
Lisinopril
Trandolapril
Rivastigmine tartrate
Dementia
Antihypertensive
Antihypertensive
Dementia
Donepezil hydrochloride
Dementia
Lisinopril
Antihypertensive
Drugs
ANXIOLYTICS
ANTIPLATELET
ESTROGENS
ANTIEMETICS
-> ATIVAN/LORAZEPAM: ... ~tablets, oral solution... ~treats anxie…
-> PLAVIX/CLOPIDOGREL BISULFATE:... ~tablets... ~reduces thrombot…
-> PREMARIN/ESTROGEN:... ~injection, vaginal cream... ~menopause,…
->ZOFRAN/ONDANSETRON:... ~injection, ODT, oral soluble film, or…
ANXIOLYTICS
-> ATIVAN/LORAZEPAM: ... ~tablets, oral solution... ~treats anxie…
ANTIPLATELET
-> PLAVIX/CLOPIDOGREL BISULFATE:... ~tablets... ~reduces thrombot…
47 terms
drugs
medicine
analgesics
additive interactions
synergetic effect
drugs that are used to treat or prevent disease or other cond…
pain relievers
medicines that work together in a positive way
an interaction of two or more drugs/medicines that results in…
medicine
drugs that are used to treat or prevent disease or other cond…
analgesics
pain relievers
41 terms
Drugs
zosin
lol
zepam
pril
Alpha-Adrenergic Blocker... used to treat HTN and also often fo…
Beta-adrenergic Blocker... management of cardiac arrythmias, pr…
Benzodiazepine (BZD)... anticonvulsant, sedatives, muscle relax…
Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor... treat HTN and…
zosin
Alpha-Adrenergic Blocker... used to treat HTN and also often fo…
lol
Beta-adrenergic Blocker... management of cardiac arrythmias, pr…
Drugs
psychological dependence
withdrawal
depressants
tolerance
A form of dependence that involves emotional-motivational wit…
The group of symptoms that occur upon the abrupt discontinuat…
A drug that lowers neurotransmission levels, which is to depr…
A person's diminished response to a drug, which occurs when t…
psychological dependence
A form of dependence that involves emotional-motivational wit…
withdrawal
The group of symptoms that occur upon the abrupt discontinuat…
27 terms
Drugs
rosiglitazone
nitroglycerin
nitroglycerin
nitroglycerin
Avandia
nitrostat
nitromist
nitrolingual
rosiglitazone
Avandia
nitroglycerin
nitrostat
23 terms
Drugs
paroxetine
Diphenhydramine
Benztropine
Resperidone
Trade: paxil... Classification: anti depressant
Trade: Benadryl ... Classification: anti E.P.S
Trade: cogentin... Classification: anti E.p.s
Trade: risperdal... Classification: anti psychotic, non phenothi…
paroxetine
Trade: paxil... Classification: anti depressant
Diphenhydramine
Trade: Benadryl ... Classification: anti E.P.S
Drugs
Humulin 50/50
Humulin 50/50
Humulin 50/50
Humulin 50/50
Classification: Antidiabetic; pancreatic
Usual Adult Dose: 0.5-1 unit/kg/day
Mechanism of Action: ... -Stimulate glucose uptake in skeletal m…
Purpose/Expected Action... for Your Patient: Lower blood sugar
Humulin 50/50
Classification: Antidiabetic; pancreatic
Humulin 50/50
Usual Adult Dose: 0.5-1 unit/kg/day
64 terms
Drugs
warfarin (Coumadin)
nalbuphine (Nubain)
amoxicillin (Amoxil, Betamox, Larotid,)
gentamycin (Garamycin)
therapeutic use: Anticoagulant aka blood thinner... Action: prev…
therapeutic use: opioid analgesic... Pharma class: opioid agonis…
Therapeutic usage: anti infectives... Pharma class: aminopenicil…
Therapeutic: anti infectives... Pharma class: aminoglycosides... Ac…
warfarin (Coumadin)
therapeutic use: Anticoagulant aka blood thinner... Action: prev…
nalbuphine (Nubain)
therapeutic use: opioid analgesic... Pharma class: opioid agonis…
19 terms
Drugs
Acyclovir
Enfuvirtide
co-receptor blockers
Zidovudine (AZT)
anti-herpes drug; prodrug phosphorylated ted by viral thymidi…
HIV early entry inhibitor; binds gp41 preventing it from form…
monoclonal antibodies or small mol that bind co-receptor chem…
reverse transcriptase inhibitor; prodrug activated by host ki…
Acyclovir
anti-herpes drug; prodrug phosphorylated ted by viral thymidi…
Enfuvirtide
HIV early entry inhibitor; binds gp41 preventing it from form…
27 terms
Drugs
Reserpine
Caffeine
Nicotine
Ethanol
Active ingredient of rauwolfia serpentina. Blocks storage and…
Active ingredient in tea and coffee. Minor stimulant.
Active ingredient in tobacco.
Active ingredient in beer and wine. Sedative/hypnotic. Dissol…
Reserpine
Active ingredient of rauwolfia serpentina. Blocks storage and…
Caffeine
Active ingredient in tea and coffee. Minor stimulant.
Drugs
glucagon
digoxin immune Fab
flumazenil
morphine
IND - acute management of severe hypoglycemia, facilitation o…
IND - serious life-threatening OD with digoxin... MOA - antibody…
IND - complete/partial reversal effects of benzodiapines used…
IND - severe pain, pulmonary edema, pain with MI... MOA - bidn w…
glucagon
IND - acute management of severe hypoglycemia, facilitation o…
digoxin immune Fab
IND - serious life-threatening OD with digoxin... MOA - antibody…
18 terms
Drugs
Epoprostenol
Amiodarone
Atorvastatin, Lovastatin, Simvastatin
Metoprolol
Platelet inhibitor, anti hypertension (vasodilation)... For Pulm…
...
HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors (--> reduce LDL)... Muscle pain is…
Beta-blocker
Epoprostenol
Platelet inhibitor, anti hypertension (vasodilation)... For Pulm…
Amiodarone
...
62 terms
drugs
-dronate
-thiazide
-mide
K+ sparing drugs
for osteoporosis... bone resorption inhibitor
thiazide diuretics... block Na and K from being reabsorbed back…
loop diuretics... act on proximal and distal convoluted tubule
diuretics... Na+ is still excreted (to get rid of swelling)... but…
-dronate
for osteoporosis... bone resorption inhibitor
-thiazide
thiazide diuretics... block Na and K from being reabsorbed back…
37 terms
Drugs
Ace-inhibitord
Beta- blockers
Calcium chanel blocker
Diuretics
Ace Inhibitors "PRIL" Captopril, Enalapril, Afosiopril... Antih…
Beta Blockers *** DO NOT give with ASTHMA, BRONCHIAL CONSTRIC…
Calcium Channel Blocker "CA" Calan, Procardia, Cardizem... Slow…
Diuretics K+ and NA+ follows the walter --> electrolytes imba…
Ace-inhibitord
Ace Inhibitors "PRIL" Captopril, Enalapril, Afosiopril... Antih…
Beta- blockers
Beta Blockers *** DO NOT give with ASTHMA, BRONCHIAL CONSTRIC…
Drugs
Azidothymidine (AZT)
DIdanosine
Acyclovir
Tenofovir
Deoxythymidine analog... Nucleoside... No 3'OH - can't polymerize,…
A analog... Nucleoside... No 3'OH, host kinase adds phosphate... Targe…
G analog... Nucleoside... Opened ring - no 3'OH, first phosphate ad…
AMP analog (competes with A)... Nucleotide... HIV
Azidothymidine (AZT)
Deoxythymidine analog... Nucleoside... No 3'OH - can't polymerize,…
DIdanosine
A analog... Nucleoside... No 3'OH, host kinase adds phosphate... Targe…
Drugs
synergistic effect
antagonistic effect
medicine
illegal drugs
2 or more drugs used together that create more of an effect t…
2 or more drugs used together and one blocks the effects of t…
used to treat illness, injury or disease
street drugs
synergistic effect
2 or more drugs used together that create more of an effect t…
antagonistic effect
2 or more drugs used together and one blocks the effects of t…
Drugs
Valvular disease
Arrythmias
Positive intropes
Indoilator/vasodilator
leakage of backflow of blood through the valve, tricuspid ins…
foci discharge faster than SA node
increase strength of contraction, using cardiac reserve.... Drug…
Pimobendan, decrease heart rate in animals with CHF, increase…
Valvular disease
leakage of backflow of blood through the valve, tricuspid ins…
Arrythmias
foci discharge faster than SA node
16 terms
drugs
overdose
club drugs
Cocaine
Inhalation
an excessive and dangerous dose of a drug.
an excessive and dangerous dose of a drug.
Highly addictive, illegal, called coke and very adivie
Inhale chemicals such as lighter fluid, that affect mood, can…
overdose
an excessive and dangerous dose of a drug.
club drugs
an excessive and dangerous dose of a drug.
Drugs
APAP & Codeine Phosphate
Allopurinol
Butalbital, APAP and Caffeine
Celecoxib
Tylenol (&Codeine) --Used to treat moderate to severe pain
Zyloprim-- Used to treat gout or kidney stones and lower leve…
Fioricet -- Used to treat tension headaches caused by muscle…
Celebrex -- Used to treat pain or inflammation caused by oste…
APAP & Codeine Phosphate
Tylenol (&Codeine) --Used to treat moderate to severe pain
Allopurinol
Zyloprim-- Used to treat gout or kidney stones and lower leve…
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