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Pharmacology Lecture #3 Pharmacodynamics
What the drug does to the body
Variability
_________ means the person experienced…
Therapeutic Index:
Pharmacodynamics
is the norm
Respond
Used to determine the safety of the drug
What the drug does to the body
Pharmacodynamics
Variability
is the norm
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Pharmacology exam review - Pharmacodynamics lecture
Indications
Actions
Warnings and causations
Side effects/Adverse effects
A LIST OF MEDICAL CONDITIONS OR DISEASES FOR WHICH THE DRUG I…
A DESCRIPTION OF THE CELLULAR CHANGES THAT OCCUR AS A RESULT…
A LIST OF CONDITIONS OR TYPES OF PATIENTS THAT WARRANT CLOSER…
A LIST OF POSSIBLE UNPLEASANT OR DANGEROUS SECONDARY EFFECTS,…
Indications
A LIST OF MEDICAL CONDITIONS OR DISEASES FOR WHICH THE DRUG I…
Actions
A DESCRIPTION OF THE CELLULAR CHANGES THAT OCCUR AS A RESULT…
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Pharmacology Lecture 5: Principles of Pharmacodynamics
What is pharmacodynamics?
Why do we describe these effects quant…
What is a pharmacologic effect, and wh…
What are the 2 functions of drugs?
The study of biochemical and physiologic actions of drugs, an…
1. To determine the right dosage range... 2. Comparing potency,…
After the drug goes to the target site, the drug elicits its…
1. Produce the same action as the bod's own chemicals... or... 2.…
What is pharmacodynamics?
The study of biochemical and physiologic actions of drugs, an…
Why do we describe these effects quant…
1. To determine the right dosage range... 2. Comparing potency,…
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SGU Pharmacology - lecture 03 - Clinical Pharmacodynamics
Volume of Distribution [formula]
Dose [Formula]
Clearance [formula]
Rate of Elimination [formula]
Dose = Vd * TC... Vd is volume of distribution... TC is target Con…
Rate of Elimination = CL * C... where CL is clearance ... C is con…
Volume of Distribution [formula]
Dose [Formula]
Dose = Vd * TC... Vd is volume of distribution... TC is target Con…
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Pharmacology Lecture 5: Pharmacodynamics and Drug Receptors IV
What is desensitization
Is desensitization reversible?
Give an example of reversible and irre…
Caclium depletion would most likely oc…
A response stopping even if you keep giving a bunch of agonist
Both reversible and irreversible
R- calcium stores in ER get used up because of constant agoni…
PLC
What is desensitization
A response stopping even if you keep giving a bunch of agonist
Is desensitization reversible?
Both reversible and irreversible
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Pharmacology Lecture Notes
hydrochorothiazide, HCTZ
gabapentin
acetaminophen
Colace
Diaretic med,... Trade name: Microzide
Neuropathy med,... Trade name: Neurontin,
Analgesic med,... Trade name: Tylenol,... 4 grams max daily,... Clears…
Stool softener med,... Trade name: Colace, Dulcolax... Generic name…
hydrochorothiazide, HCTZ
Diaretic med,... Trade name: Microzide
gabapentin
Neuropathy med,... Trade name: Neurontin,
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Pharmacology Lecture 2: Drug Receptors and Pharmacodynamics Part I
What way did they used to find drug re…
What is reverse pharmacology
Most drug receptors are
Do more drugs act on enzymes or regula…
They would find the proteins that the drug would bind to then…
Looking at the gene that translates for a protein and then by…
Proteins (membrane bound)
Regulatory Proteins
What way did they used to find drug re…
They would find the proteins that the drug would bind to then…
What is reverse pharmacology
Looking at the gene that translates for a protein and then by…
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Pharmacology Lecture 4: Pharmacodynamics and Drugs Receptors Part III
What is a direct antagonist?
What is an indirect antagonist?
What is a partial agonist
Is the antagonist always bound to the…
Competitive inhibitor (antagonist)
Non-competitive inhibitor (antagonist)
It binds to the receptor and produces a response but the resp…
No it is dynamic
What is a direct antagonist?
Competitive inhibitor (antagonist)
What is an indirect antagonist?
Non-competitive inhibitor (antagonist)
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Pharmacology Lecture Notes
Xenobiotic
Endogenous
Drug
Ligand
A compound that is not endogenous to an organism
Made within
A chemical that is intended to modulate the current physiolog…
A compound that binds to another molecule, such a receptor pr…
Xenobiotic
A compound that is not endogenous to an organism
Endogenous
Made within
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Pharmacology Lecture 2 Notes
Molecules move from higher to lower co…
Chemicals move against concentration o…
Route of administration, Drug formulat…
In acid of stomach, aspirin is nonioni…
Diffusion or passive transport
Active transport
Factors Affecting drug absorption
...
Molecules move from higher to lower co…
Diffusion or passive transport
Chemicals move against concentration o…
Active transport
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Pharmacology Lecture 1 Notes
Pharmacotherapeutics
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacodynamics
Contraindications
having an understanding of the selection of drugs
the understanding how routes routes of drugs are given and ho…
the understanding how the drugs work
giving drug conflicts with animal...... example: Ketamine- NEVER…
Pharmacotherapeutics
having an understanding of the selection of drugs
Pharmacokinetics
the understanding how routes routes of drugs are given and ho…
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Pharmacology Lecture 1 Notes
Pharmacotherapeutics
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacodynamics
Contraindications
An understanding of the selection of drugs
how routes of drugs are given and how they are acted upon by…
how the drug works
a drug that should not be used with another drug or put in to…
Pharmacotherapeutics
An understanding of the selection of drugs
Pharmacokinetics
how routes of drugs are given and how they are acted upon by…
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Pharmacology, Lecture Notes
Subjective Data
Objective Data
Diarrhetic
Complete Medical History (6 possible c…
What patient says... 1) Pain... 2) Nausea... 3) SOB (shortness of brea…
Facts observed... 1) VS... 2) Physical findings... 3) Lab values
need potassium level before administering
1) OTC... 2) Rx (Prescription)... 3) Illegal... 4) All known Allergies…
Subjective Data
What patient says... 1) Pain... 2) Nausea... 3) SOB (shortness of brea…
Objective Data
Facts observed... 1) VS... 2) Physical findings... 3) Lab values
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Pharmacology - Chapter 2 - lecture notes
World Health Organization WHO
Federal Government
Pure Food and Drug Act
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act
• International regulation of medications... • Publishes "The Wo…
Protects consumers from harmful, impure, untested drugs
• Passed in 1906... • Setting standards for quality and requires…
• Passed in 1938... • Requires animal testing of medications
World Health Organization WHO
• International regulation of medications... • Publishes "The Wo…
Federal Government
Protects consumers from harmful, impure, untested drugs
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Pharmacology Exam 2 Lecture Notes
Cell growth characteristics are simila…
Chemo is divided into what two groups
Drugs undergoing clinical research are…
_______ of drugs is usually more effec…
Neoplastic
cell cycle nonspecific and cel cycle specific
protocol name
Combination
Cell growth characteristics are simila…
Neoplastic
Chemo is divided into what two groups
cell cycle nonspecific and cel cycle specific
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Pharmacology 22 & 23 Lecture notes
what causes a big issue with the vascu…
what does HTN represent?
what is primary/ essential hypertension?
what can hypertension cause?
high blood pressure
hypertension
don't know why you have it, no known cause
CVA (cerebrovascular accident) aka stroke
what causes a big issue with the vascu…
high blood pressure
what does HTN represent?
hypertension
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Renal Pharmacology-Lecture Notes and Objectives
True, renal insufficiency or failure h…
The movement of sodium ions helps the…
Chronic usually found in older animals…
The healthy kidney is responsible for…
True or False: The detection of renal insufficiency requires…
Secondary active absorption in proximal tubules of kidney
Acute renal damage vs chronic
Explain how progressive kidney disease causes an increase in…
True, renal insufficiency or failure h…
True or False: The detection of renal insufficiency requires…
The movement of sodium ions helps the…
Secondary active absorption in proximal tubules of kidney
Unit 1 Introduction to Pharmacology Lecture Notes
manages... cures
antibiotic
manage ... cure
managed... increase
Drug therapy "__________" diseased states, but rarely _______…
A major drug class that might cure a disease is an __________…
Most drug classes __________ diseased states without a ______…
Hypertension is __________ with medication. If the patient st…
manages... cures
Drug therapy "__________" diseased states, but rarely _______…
antibiotic
A major drug class that might cure a disease is an __________…
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Pharm.Tox. Lecture notes: General Principles of Pharmacology
Different subdivisions of Pharmacology?
Pharmacology definition
Study of the effect of introducing a c…
Pharmacodynamics definition
-Pharmacology,... -Pharmacodynamics,... -Pharmacokinetics,... -Pharmac…
=study of the effect when introducing a chemical agent into a…
Pharmacology
=effect of the drug on the person... or what the drug does to th…
Different subdivisions of Pharmacology?
-Pharmacology,... -Pharmacodynamics,... -Pharmacokinetics,... -Pharmac…
Pharmacology definition
=study of the effect when introducing a chemical agent into a…
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Pharmacology Unit 1 Notes (Wines' Lecture)
First Pass Effect
Distribution
P450 Enzyme
Excretion
the amount of the drug that is lost as it is broken down by t…
- better distribution with more blood flow... - most meds bind t…
vital for metabolism of drugs
meds are excreted through the kidneys, liver, bowel
First Pass Effect
the amount of the drug that is lost as it is broken down by t…
Distribution
- better distribution with more blood flow... - most meds bind t…
Unit 1 Introduction to Pharmacology Lecture Notes
manages... cures
antibiotic
manage ... cure
managed... increase
Drug therapy "__________" diseased states, but rarely _______…
A major drug class that might cure a disease is an __________…
Most drug classes __________ diseased states without a ______…
Hypertension is __________ with medication. If the patient st…
manages... cures
Drug therapy "__________" diseased states, but rarely _______…
antibiotic
A major drug class that might cure a disease is an __________…
Unit 1 Introduction to Pharmacology Lecture Notes
manages... cures
antibiotic
manage ... cure
managed... increase
Drug therapy "__________" diseased states, but rarely _______…
A major drug class that might cure a disease is an __________…
Most drug classes __________ diseased states without a ______…
Hypertension is __________ with medication. If the patient st…
manages... cures
Drug therapy "__________" diseased states, but rarely _______…
antibiotic
A major drug class that might cure a disease is an __________…
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PHRM 101B Intro to Pharmacology B Lecture Notes
Pharmacology
Pharmacology is the study of ____
Pharmacology deals with _____
Pharmacology was developed in ____
the scientific study of drugs and how they are used in medici…
the interaction that occur between a living organism and chem…
the research, discovery, and characterization of chemicals wh…
the 19th century as a biochemical science that applied the pr…
Pharmacology
the scientific study of drugs and how they are used in medici…
Pharmacology is the study of ____
the interaction that occur between a living organism and chem…
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Pharmacology Exam 2 (Lecture notes and Drug List)
Atrial Fibrillation:... 1. Which wave on…
Digoxin:... 1. Used to treat which two he…
When taking Digoxin, which mineral is…
CONFUSING CONCEPT: Digoxin is used to…
1. P wave.... 2. Contracting rapidly/fluttering. ... 3. No. Because…
1. Heart failure and dysrhythmias. ... 2. HR, and BP decrease. C…
Potassium (K+).
This contradicts what our professor told us about the primary…
Atrial Fibrillation:... 1. Which wave on…
1. P wave.... 2. Contracting rapidly/fluttering. ... 3. No. Because…
Digoxin:... 1. Used to treat which two he…
1. Heart failure and dysrhythmias. ... 2. HR, and BP decrease. C…
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Respiratory Pharmacology-Lecture notes and objectives (except 1,4,11)
Efferent (motor innervation) is provid…
Detect physical and mechanical stimuli…
1. Modify airway resistance... 2. Increas…
Sympathic nervous system... Bronchodilat…
Describe the innervation and control over the brochoconstrict…
Irritant receptors
Four ways to treat respiratory disorders
Describe the innervation and control over the brochodilation
Efferent (motor innervation) is provid…
Describe the innervation and control over the brochoconstrict…
Detect physical and mechanical stimuli…
Irritant receptors
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Pharmacology Exam 2 (lecture notes. Includes all the information I had for the last three lectures)
Atrial Fibrillation:... 1. Which wave on…
Digoxin:... 1. Used to treat which two he…
When taking Digoxin, which mineral is…
CONFUSING CONCEPT: Digoxin is used to…
1. P wave.... 2. Contracting rapidly/fluttering. ... 3. No. Because…
1. Heart failure and dysrhythmias. ... 2. HR, and BP decrease. C…
Potassium (K+).
This contradicts what our professor told us about the primary…
Atrial Fibrillation:... 1. Which wave on…
1. P wave.... 2. Contracting rapidly/fluttering. ... 3. No. Because…
Digoxin:... 1. Used to treat which two he…
1. Heart failure and dysrhythmias. ... 2. HR, and BP decrease. C…
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Pharmacology Exam 2 (lecture notes. Includes all the information I had for the last three lectures)
Atrial Fibrillation:... 1. Which wave on…
Digoxin:... 1. Used to treat which two he…
When taking Digoxin, which mineral is…
CONFUSING CONCEPT: Digoxin is used to…
1. P wave.... 2. Contracting rapidly/fluttering. ... 3. No. Because…
1. Heart failure and dysrhythmias. ... 2. HR, and BP decrease. C…
Potassium (K+).
This contradicts what our professor told us about the primary…
Atrial Fibrillation:... 1. Which wave on…
1. P wave.... 2. Contracting rapidly/fluttering. ... 3. No. Because…
Digoxin:... 1. Used to treat which two he…
1. Heart failure and dysrhythmias. ... 2. HR, and BP decrease. C…
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Pharmacology for the Health Professions, Chapter 1, Extra Terms from Lecture Notes that are not covered in book
Allergic Reaction
Lethal Effect
Lock and Key
Physical Dependance
The abnormal reaction of your immune system to a medication
Kills, induces death, shuts the body down
Drugs are commonly divided into two basic categories: agonist…
Condition in which the body has adjusted to the presence of a…
Allergic Reaction
The abnormal reaction of your immune system to a medication
Lethal Effect
Kills, induces death, shuts the body down
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Pharmacology for the Health Professions, Chapter 1, Extra Terms from Lecture Notes that are not covered in book
Allergic Reaction
Lethal Effect
Lock and Key
Physical Dependance
The abnormal reaction of your immune system to a medication
Kills, induces death, shuts the body down
Drugs are commonly divided into two basic categories: agonist…
Condition in which the body has adjusted to the presence of a…
Allergic Reaction
The abnormal reaction of your immune system to a medication
Lethal Effect
Kills, induces death, shuts the body down
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HLTH 115 Intro to Pharmacology Day 1 lecture notes 08/31/2015
What is our responsibility as healthca…
The word Pharmacology is derived what…
What are the two parts of the word Pha…
Most ancient societies
To know about medications, and what assessments to make regar…
Greek
Pharmakon- medicine, poison, or remedy... ology- the study of or…
had little knowledge of medicine and the cures they found wer…
What is our responsibility as healthca…
To know about medications, and what assessments to make regar…
The word Pharmacology is derived what…
Greek
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Principles of Pharmacology & Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacon =
Drugs
Receptors
Binding site
drug
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
macromolecules that, upon binding to a drug, mediate those…
The site on the receptor at which the drug binds
Pharmacon =
drug
Drugs
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
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Principles of Pharmacology & Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacon =
Drugs
Receptors
Binding site
drug
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
macromolecules that, upon binding to a drug, mediate those…
The site on the receptor at which the drug binds
Pharmacon =
drug
Drugs
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
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Principles of Pharmacology & Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacon =
Drugs
Receptors
Binding site
drug
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
macromolecules that, upon binding to a drug, mediate those…
The site on the receptor at which the drug binds
Pharmacon =
drug
Drugs
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
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Pharm Lecture 2 - Pharmacodynamics
Drugs will only ___, ____, or ____ phy…
Drug Type Definitions:... 1. Hormones... 2.…
General Definitions... 1. Pharmacodynamic…
What is a drug receptor
Enhance, discontinue, or regulate... Create
1. Synthesis WITHIN the body... 2. Synthesis OUTSIDE of the body…
1. What a drug does to the body... 2. What the body does to the…
A cell component and specific site that recognizes and binds…
Drugs will only ___, ____, or ____ phy…
Enhance, discontinue, or regulate... Create
Drug Type Definitions:... 1. Hormones... 2.…
1. Synthesis WITHIN the body... 2. Synthesis OUTSIDE of the body…
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Principles of Pharmacology & Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacon =
Drugs
Receptors
Binding site
drug
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
macromolecules that, upon binding to a drug, mediate those…
The site on the receptor at which the drug binds
Pharmacon =
drug
Drugs
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
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Principles of Pharmacology & Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacon =
Drugs
Receptors
Binding site
drug
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
macromolecules that, upon binding to a drug, mediate those…
The site on the receptor at which the drug binds
Pharmacon =
drug
Drugs
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
108 terms
Principles of Pharmacology & Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacon =
Drugs
Receptors
Binding site
drug
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
macromolecules that, upon binding to a drug, mediate those…
The site on the receptor at which the drug binds
Pharmacon =
drug
Drugs
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
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Pharm 1 Drug Receptors & Pharmacodynamics
The study of how the function of livin…
What are the 2 subtopics of pharmacolo…
The study of absorption, distribution,…
The study of effects of drugs and thei…
pharmacology
pharmacokinetics... pharmacodynamics
pharmacokinetics
pharmacodynamics
The study of how the function of livin…
pharmacology
What are the 2 subtopics of pharmacolo…
pharmacokinetics... pharmacodynamics
108 terms
Principles of Pharmacology & Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacon =
Drugs
Receptors
Binding site
drug
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
macromolecules that, upon binding to a drug, mediate those…
The site on the receptor at which the drug binds
Pharmacon =
drug
Drugs
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
108 terms
Principles of Pharmacology & Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacon =
Drugs
Receptors
Binding site
drug
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
macromolecules that, upon binding to a drug, mediate those…
The site on the receptor at which the drug binds
Pharmacon =
drug
Drugs
molecules that interact with specific molecular components of…
Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacodynamics
Ligand
Affinity
Dissociation Constant (Kd)
- How a drug alters physiology... - Usually at a receptor... - But…
A chemical that binds to a protein or otherwise alters cell p…
- How likely a drug is to be attached to a receptor... - Measure…
Kd = (drug alone and receptors alone)/(drugs + receptors)
Pharmacodynamics
- How a drug alters physiology... - Usually at a receptor... - But…
Ligand
A chemical that binds to a protein or otherwise alters cell p…
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Pharmacology-Chapter 1
adverse effect
agonist
antagonist
chemical name
general term for undesirable and potentially harmful drug eff…
drug that binds to a receptor and activates a physiologic res…
drug that binds to a receptor and interferes with other drugs…
name that defines the chemical composition of a drug.
adverse effect
general term for undesirable and potentially harmful drug eff…
agonist
drug that binds to a receptor and activates a physiologic res…
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Pharmacodynamics Notes
What is the semilog dose scale?
What is the most common cell receptor…
What is an ion channel receptor?
What is a G protein linked receptor?
A scale of dosages in a sigmoid curve that can be analyzed ea…
G protein linked receptor
Pore allowing ions to enter and leave the cell; sometimes ion…
A drug binds a receptor and proteins undergo conformational c…
What is the semilog dose scale?
A scale of dosages in a sigmoid curve that can be analyzed ea…
What is the most common cell receptor…
G protein linked receptor
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Pharmacodynamics lecture 1
Pharmocology
Pharmocodynamics
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacogenomics
study of reaction of drugs in the body, including interaction…
the study of the mechanism of action of drugs in the body. Re…
study of drug actions as it moves through the body. The way t…
the study of genetic variation that cause differences in resp…
Pharmocology
study of reaction of drugs in the body, including interaction…
Pharmocodynamics
the study of the mechanism of action of drugs in the body. Re…
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Pharm Lecture 6 - Pharmacodynamics
Adverse reaction
Agonist
Allergic reaction
Anaphylaxis
Unintended, undesirable, and often unpredictable effect of a…
Medication that binds to the receptor site and stimulates the…
Hypersensitivity to a drug that may occur after only one dose…
Severe allergic reaction, possibly fatal, to a drug that occu…
Adverse reaction
Unintended, undesirable, and often unpredictable effect of a…
Agonist
Medication that binds to the receptor site and stimulates the…
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Pharm.Tox: Exam 2 lecture notes set
*Analgesic via Non-Steroidal Anti-Infl…
NSAIDS aka. Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflamm…
Review of Cyclooxygenase pathway:
Different classifications of NSAIDS:
=treatment of pain and inflammation without use of glucocorti…
Therapeutic overview:... Prostaglandins mediate inflammation, pa…
1. PGI2 causes: vasodilation, inhibits platelet aggregation... 2…
1. Carboxylic Acids,... 2. Propionic Acids,... 3. Acetic Acids,... 4.…
*Analgesic via Non-Steroidal Anti-Infl…
=treatment of pain and inflammation without use of glucocorti…
NSAIDS aka. Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflamm…
Therapeutic overview:... Prostaglandins mediate inflammation, pa…
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Pharmacodynamics
site of where drug goes... patients vary…
study of drug binding and effect... patie…
size of drugs
nature of drug interaction
pharmokinetics
pharmodynamics
100-1000D ... large enough to be selective, but small enough fro…
non-covalent interaction (asprin is covalent) - bind and diss…
site of where drug goes... patients vary…
pharmokinetics
study of drug binding and effect... patie…
pharmodynamics
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Lecture 2 Pharmacodynamics
The 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act
1938 Food, Drugs, Cosmetics Act
1962 Drug Amendment ( Kefauver-Harris…
Hepatotoxicity
What Act says that products must be accurately labeled ?
What Act says that products must demonstrate safety before a…
What Amendments says product must demonstrate both safety and…
What is the main concern for herbal and dietary supplements?
The 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act
What Act says that products must be accurately labeled ?
1938 Food, Drugs, Cosmetics Act
What Act says that products must demonstrate safety before a…
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chapter 40 notes pharmacology
acute rhinitis
allergic rhinitis
rhinorrhea
antihistamines H1 blockers ... major role
acute inflammation of the mucous membranes of the nose
hay fever which is caused by oiled or foreign substances
watery nasal discharge
when stimulated, the extravascular smooth muscles including t…
acute rhinitis
acute inflammation of the mucous membranes of the nose
allergic rhinitis
hay fever which is caused by oiled or foreign substances
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Chapter 42 notes pharmacology
heart failure
right sided heart failure
left sided heart failure
digitalis glucosides work by doing wha…
when the heart muscle myocardium weakens and enlarges it lose…
occurs when the heart does not sufficiently pump the blood re…
when the left ventricle does not contract sufficiently to pum…
inhibits the sodium potassium pump resulting in a increase in…
heart failure
when the heart muscle myocardium weakens and enlarges it lose…
right sided heart failure
occurs when the heart does not sufficiently pump the blood re…
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