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Pharmacology: Vitamins and minerals
vitamins
minerals
nutritional support
nutrition and nursing
-Regulate or participate in chemical reactions within the bod…
-Inorganic elements and salts... -Also binds with enzymes to h…
-Metabolism: nutrients that undergo chemical changes when ing…
-Malnutrition is any disorder of nutrition... -Decreases organ s…
vitamins
-Regulate or participate in chemical reactions within the bod…
minerals
-Inorganic elements and salts... -Also binds with enzymes to h…
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Pharmacology vitamins, minerals, & herbs
Carbohydrates and fats
proteins
water and electrolytes
vitamins, minerals, and water
heat and energy
provide energy and build, repair body tissue
maintain acid-base balance
regulate body processes, circulation, respiration, digestion,…
Carbohydrates and fats
heat and energy
proteins
provide energy and build, repair body tissue
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Pharmacology Vitamins & Minerals list.
B1
B2
B3
B5
Thiamine
Riboflavin
Nicotinic acid
Pantothenic acid
B1
Thiamine
B2
Riboflavin
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Pharmacology vitamins & minerals
Fat Soluble Vitamins
Water Soluble Vitamins
Vitamin A
Vitamin D
A,D,E,K; stored in liver & fatty tissues; deficiencies occur…
B1thiamine,B2Riboflavin,B3Niacin,B5Pantothenic acid,B6Pyridox…
fat soluble; essential for night & normal vision (eyes),requi…
Fat soluble; Sunshine vitamin, calcifediol(calderol), calcitr…
Fat Soluble Vitamins
A,D,E,K; stored in liver & fatty tissues; deficiencies occur…
Water Soluble Vitamins
B1thiamine,B2Riboflavin,B3Niacin,B5Pantothenic acid,B6Pyridox…
Pharmacology: Vitamins and Minerals
vision, nerves, and growth
milk, liver, cantaloupe, sweet potatoe…
blindness, stundted growth, impaired i…
loss of appetite, blurred vision, abdo…
Vitamin A function
Vitamin A food sources
Vitamin A deficiencies
Vitamin A toxicities
vision, nerves, and growth
Vitamin A function
milk, liver, cantaloupe, sweet potatoe…
Vitamin A food sources
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Vitamins, Minerals and Herbals - Pharmacology
Nutrients
Non-Essential Nutrients
Essential Nutrients
Vitamins
a substance obtained from food and used for growth, maintenan…
can be synthesized by the body, cholesterol
cannot be made by the body in high enough amounts to sustain…
any organic compound required in the diet for normal growth,…
Nutrients
a substance obtained from food and used for growth, maintenan…
Non-Essential Nutrients
can be synthesized by the body, cholesterol
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Pharmacology: Vitamins & Minerals
fat soluble vitamins
deficiency of vitamin C
deficiency of vitamin D and calcium in…
pernicious anemia
A, D, E, K
scurvy
osteoporosis
B12 deficiency
fat soluble vitamins
A, D, E, K
deficiency of vitamin C
scurvy
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Vitamins and Minerals (Pharmacology)
Water Soluble
Fat Soluble
Vitamin C
Wound Healing
vitamin B and C
vitamin A,D,E,K
-deficiency = Scurvy... -found in dark leafy greens and fruits... -…
-vitamin C helps
Water Soluble
vitamin B and C
Fat Soluble
vitamin A,D,E,K
Pharmacology 1 - Vitamins and Minerals
Niacin
Niacin
Niacin deficiency
signs are severe Niacin deficiency
Precursor for NAD and NADP
Dietary co-enzyme that is hydrolyzed in the GI into nicotonic…
Pellagra (rough skin)... associated with maize-based diet
(4D disease)... Dermatitis... Diarrhea... Dementia... Death
Niacin
Precursor for NAD and NADP
Niacin
Dietary co-enzyme that is hydrolyzed in the GI into nicotonic…
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Pharmacology vitamins & minerals
Vitamins A, D, E and K
Beta-carotene precursor, eye disease a…
Vitamins C, E, beta-carotene and selen…
Used in alcoholism, enriched grains, f…
Fat soluble vitamins
Vitamin A
Antioxidants
Vitamin B1 (thiamine)
Vitamins A, D, E and K
Fat soluble vitamins
Beta-carotene precursor, eye disease a…
Vitamin A
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Pharmacology: Vitamins and Minerals
Vitamin A
Vitamin D
Vitamin E
Vitamin K
vision, bone growth, reproduction, cell division, and cell di…
needed to maintain strong bones
is an antioxidant that protects body tissue from damage by fr…
synthesis of clotting factors
Vitamin A
vision, bone growth, reproduction, cell division, and cell di…
Vitamin D
needed to maintain strong bones
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Bone Mineral Pharmacology
Primary regulatory hormones
Secondary regulatory hormone
Drugs that are used to treat bone mine…
What is a major cause of secondary hyp…
PTH... Vit D & analogs
Calcitonin... Glucocorticoids... Estrogen
BPs... PTH analogs... SERM... calcimimetics... fluoride... Pints of Calcium…
CKD... Inability to convert calcidiol to ciciferol (actv'd Vit D…
Primary regulatory hormones
PTH... Vit D & analogs
Secondary regulatory hormone
Calcitonin... Glucocorticoids... Estrogen
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Pharmacology- vitamins and minerals
Fat soluble vitamins
Vitamin A deficiency
Vitamin D deficiency
VItamin E deficiency
Vitamin A (retinol)... Vitamin D (Calciferol)... Vitamin E (Tocophe…
Drying out of skin and mucous membranes... Dry eyes... Night blindn…
Rickets in children (bowing of legs)... Osteomalacia (softening…
Haemolytic anaemica in neonates
Fat soluble vitamins
Vitamin A (retinol)... Vitamin D (Calciferol)... Vitamin E (Tocophe…
Vitamin A deficiency
Drying out of skin and mucous membranes... Dry eyes... Night blindn…
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Pharmacology Vitamins & Minerals list.
B1
B2
B3
B5
Thiamine
Riboflavin
Nicotinic acid
Pantothenic acid
B1
Thiamine
B2
Riboflavin
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Pharmacology Chapter 53 Vitamins and Minerals
Vitamins. What are they?
What are the vitamins that our own bod…
Water-Soluble Vitamins
Fat-Soluble Vitamins
-Organic molecules needed in small quantities for normal meta…
-Vitamin K and vitamin B complex obtained by synthesis by nor…
-( B-complex group and vitamin C)... - Can be dissolved in water…
- ( Vitamins A, D, E, K)... - Present in both plant and animal f…
Vitamins. What are they?
-Organic molecules needed in small quantities for normal meta…
What are the vitamins that our own bod…
-Vitamin K and vitamin B complex obtained by synthesis by nor…
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Bone Mineral Pharmacology
Resorption occurs by
Bone formation occurs by
Primary regulatory hormones for bone m…
Secondary regulatory hormones for bone…
Osteoclasts (multi-nucleated) ... Resorption
Osteoblasts
1) Parathyroid Hormone... 2) Vit D & analogs
1) Calcitonin... 2) Glucocorticoids... 3) Estrogens
Resorption occurs by
Osteoclasts (multi-nucleated) ... Resorption
Bone formation occurs by
Osteoblasts
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Pharmacology Vitamin & Mineral Replacement
Organic chemicals that are necessary f…
Fat soluble vitamins include
What kind of vitamins are metabolized…
Which vitamin has a risk factor for he…
vitamins
A,D,E,K
fat soluble vitamins
Vitamin E
Organic chemicals that are necessary f…
vitamins
Fat soluble vitamins include
A,D,E,K
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Pharmacology Chapter 53 Vitamins and Minerals
Vitamins. What are they?
What are the vitamins that our own bod…
Water-Soluble Vitamins
Fat-Soluble Vitamins
-Organic molecules needed in small quantities for normal meta…
-Vitamin K and vitamin B complex obtained by synthesis by nor…
-( B-complex group and vitamin C)... - Can be dissolved in water…
- ( Vitamins A, D, E, K)... - Present in both plant and animal f…
Vitamins. What are they?
-Organic molecules needed in small quantities for normal meta…
What are the vitamins that our own bod…
-Vitamin K and vitamin B complex obtained by synthesis by nor…
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Pharmacology II Bone and Mineral
cholecalciferol (D3)
ergocalciferol
calcitriol
doxercalciferol
vitamin D analog... GI-->stimulates Ca and PO4 absorption... Bone--…
vitamin D analog... GI-->stimulates Ca and PO4 absorption... Bone--…
vitamin D analog... GI-->stimulates Ca and PO4 absorption... Bone--…
vitamin D analog... GI-->stimulates Ca and PO4 absorption... Bone--…
cholecalciferol (D3)
vitamin D analog... GI-->stimulates Ca and PO4 absorption... Bone--…
ergocalciferol
vitamin D analog... GI-->stimulates Ca and PO4 absorption... Bone--…
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Pharmacology Chapter 53 Vitamins and Minerals
Vitamins. What are they?
What are the vitamins that our own bod…
Water-Soluble Vitamins
Fat-Soluble Vitamins
-Organic molecules needed in small quantities for normal meta…
-Vitamin K and vitamin B complex obtained by synthesis by nor…
-( B-complex group and vitamin C)... - Can be dissolved in water…
- ( Vitamins A, D, E, K)... - Present in both plant and animal f…
Vitamins. What are they?
-Organic molecules needed in small quantities for normal meta…
What are the vitamins that our own bod…
-Vitamin K and vitamin B complex obtained by synthesis by nor…
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Pharmacology of bone mineral homeostasis
Calcium uptake is achieved through
Calcium excretion in the urine is regu…
Calcium turnover
Phosphate turnover
Facilitated diffusion throughout the intestine ... Active transp…
PTH- parathyroid hormone ... It is influenced by filtered sodium…
The efficiency of intestinal calcium absorption is inversely…
More than 80% of total body of total body phosphorus is found…
Calcium uptake is achieved through
Facilitated diffusion throughout the intestine ... Active transp…
Calcium excretion in the urine is regu…
PTH- parathyroid hormone ... It is influenced by filtered sodium…
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Pharmacology: Chapter 53 Vitamins and Minerals
Water-Soluble Vitamins
Fat-Soluble Vitamins
Vitamins: Other Issues
Vitamin A
B-complex group and vitamin C... Can be dissolved in water... Easil…
Vitamins A, D, E, K... Stored in the liver and fatty tissues... Def…
Nutrient megadosing... Toxic hypervitaminosis... RDAs... DRIs
Fat soluble... Vitamin A (retinol) food sources: liver, fish, da…
Water-Soluble Vitamins
B-complex group and vitamin C... Can be dissolved in water... Easil…
Fat-Soluble Vitamins
Vitamins A, D, E, K... Stored in the liver and fatty tissues... Def…
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Pharmacology Unit 4: Vitamins & Minerals
Fat Soluble Vitamins
Water Soluble Vitamins
Prophylactic Supplementation
Thereapeutic Supplementation
A,D,E,K... *Stored in body... *High risk for toxicity
B complex and C... *Excreted in urine... *Low risk for toxicity
*preventative... *prevents a deficiency... *well balanced diet?
*poor absorbtion... *inability to use vitamins... *increased vitami…
Fat Soluble Vitamins
A,D,E,K... *Stored in body... *High risk for toxicity
Water Soluble Vitamins
B complex and C... *Excreted in urine... *Low risk for toxicity
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Bone Mineral Homeostasis Pharmacology
Osteoporosis
Calcium must be maintained within the…
functions of calcium
parathyroid hormone
loss of normal bone structure and increased fracture suscepti…
8.5 to 10.4 mg/dL
normal conduction of electrical current along nerves, muscle…
acts synergistically with vitamin D
Osteoporosis
loss of normal bone structure and increased fracture suscepti…
Calcium must be maintained within the…
8.5 to 10.4 mg/dL
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Bone Mineral Pharmacology
Calcium Supplements
Hyperphosatemia drugs
Calcitonin
Calcitriol
-used in hypocalcemia (due to increase pH, renal problems, la…
-Usually due to renal faiure, parathyroid disease, vitamin D…
Binds to calcitonin receptors on osteoclast and inhibits them…
-Activated form of vitamin D... -increases calcium absorption in…
Calcium Supplements
-used in hypocalcemia (due to increase pH, renal problems, la…
Hyperphosatemia drugs
-Usually due to renal faiure, parathyroid disease, vitamin D…
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Pharmacology Unit 4 Vitamins and MInerals
Hepatoxicity
Vitamins Definition
RDA
Prophylactic
Liver damage caused by a chemical/drug
Organic substances normally found in food... --necessary for th…
established by the National Academy of Sciences, Food and Nut…
means Preventative.... Taken in order to prevent deficiencies…
Hepatoxicity
Liver damage caused by a chemical/drug
Vitamins Definition
Organic substances normally found in food... --necessary for th…
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Pharmacology Vitamins, Minerals & Herbal Supplements
Vitamins
(RDA)
Prophylactic
Therapeutic
--organic substances normally found in food -- necessary for…
-- established by the National Academy of Sciences ... Food and…
preventative. Taken in order to prevent ... deficiencies. Not n…
Prescribed for:... 1. Poor absorption... 2. Loss of vitamins... 3.…
Vitamins
--organic substances normally found in food -- necessary for…
(RDA)
-- established by the National Academy of Sciences ... Food and…
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Pharmacology Vitamins & Minerals Immunizing, Drugs
Pt takes INH for TB what else do you g…
What is Warfarin antidote
Toxicity in this causes kidney stones…
Wernicke's encephaly vitamin
Pyridoxine B6.
Vitamin K.
Vitamin C.
Thiamin B1.
Pt takes INH for TB what else do you g…
Pyridoxine B6.
What is Warfarin antidote
Vitamin K.
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Bone mineral pharmacology
What are the drug classes used to trea…
What are the drugs for Vitamin D analo…
What are the drugs for Bisphosphonates?
What the the drugs for PTH derivatives?
Vitamin D analogs ... bisphosphonates ... PTH derivatives ... SERMs... RA…
Calcitriol ... Cholecaciferol... Doxercalciferol... Ergocalciferol... Par…
Alendronate... Risendronate... Ibandronate... Pamidronate... Zolendronate
PTH... calcitotin... Teritapide
What are the drug classes used to trea…
Vitamin D analogs ... bisphosphonates ... PTH derivatives ... SERMs... RA…
What are the drugs for Vitamin D analo…
Calcitriol ... Cholecaciferol... Doxercalciferol... Ergocalciferol... Par…
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Pharmacology Vitamins, Minerals & Herbal Supplements
Vitamins
(RDA)
Prophylactic
Therapeutic
--organic substances normally found in food -- necessary for…
-- established by the National Academy of Sciences ... Food and…
preventative. Taken in order to prevent ... deficiencies. Not n…
Prescribed for:... 1. Poor absorption... 2. Loss of vitamins... 3.…
Vitamins
--organic substances normally found in food -- necessary for…
(RDA)
-- established by the National Academy of Sciences ... Food and…
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Pharmacology 210 Review (Vitamins/Minerals)
Vitamins that don't get stored in the…
2 water soluble vitamins:
Vitamins that get stored in the body's…
4 fat soluble vitamins:
Water Soluble
B, C
Fat Soluble
A, D, E, K
Vitamins that don't get stored in the…
Water Soluble
2 water soluble vitamins:
B, C
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CMAacPharmacology: Chapter 21 Herbs, Vitamins, and Minerals
aromatherapy
(CAM)
homeopathy
inorganic
use of fragrant oils in baths, as inhalants, or during massag…
complementary and alternative medicine
school of American healing, founded by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann,…
not containing carbon; not derived from animal or vegetable m…
aromatherapy
use of fragrant oils in baths, as inhalants, or during massag…
(CAM)
complementary and alternative medicine
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Pharmacology: Ch. 31 Vitamins, Minerals, and Nutritional Supplements
30.1 ___________ are needed to promote…
Vitamins
With the exception of vitamin ____, hu…
If the vitamin is not present in adequ…
Vitamins
organic compounds required by the body in small amounts for g…
D
metabolism
30.1 ___________ are needed to promote…
Vitamins
Vitamins
organic compounds required by the body in small amounts for g…
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Pharmacology: Vitamins and minerals Ch 15
What type of overuse can lead to vitam…
Who should increase their use of vitma…
Who does not need vitamins
Fat soluble vitamins
Fat soluble vitamins
Experiencing rapid growth, pregnant or breast feeding, debili…
Those with a well-balanced diet
A,D,E,K
What type of overuse can lead to vitam…
Fat soluble vitamins
Who should increase their use of vitma…
Experiencing rapid growth, pregnant or breast feeding, debili…
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Pharmacology: Vitamins, Minerals, and Coagulation Modifiers
Common things that cause nutrient depl…
Name 4 fat soluble vitamins
Another name for vitamin A
What is Vitamin A used for?
Coffee, antacids, antibiotics, H2 blockers, cholesteral lower…
Vit A, Vit D, Vit E, Vit K
Aquasol A
Prevents vit deficiency, night blindness, stimulates activiti…
Common things that cause nutrient depl…
Coffee, antacids, antibiotics, H2 blockers, cholesteral lower…
Name 4 fat soluble vitamins
Vit A, Vit D, Vit E, Vit K
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PHARMACOLOGY - Chapter 33 - Vitamins, Minerals, Nutritional Support
Wound healing
Green leafy vegetables, meats, eggs, d…
K
Clotting factors aren't present until…
Multivitamins are important for ______
Sources of Vitamin K
Which vitamin is necessary for the synthesis of prothrombin?
Why are newborns given an IM injection of phytonadione (vitam…
Wound healing
Multivitamins are important for ______
Green leafy vegetables, meats, eggs, d…
Sources of Vitamin K
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endocrine pharmacology - bone mineral homeostasis
hormones and messengers involved in bo…
PTH is secreted by what gland?
PTH is released when?
effects of PTH
1) vitamin D ... 2) calcitonin ... 3) parathyroid hormone (PTH)
parathyroid gland
parathyroid cells recognize a decrease in plasma Ca2+
increases blood Ca2+ ... 1) Bone ... - promotes bone resorption ... 2)…
hormones and messengers involved in bo…
1) vitamin D ... 2) calcitonin ... 3) parathyroid hormone (PTH)
PTH is secreted by what gland?
parathyroid gland
Pharmacology: Ch. 30 Vitamins, Minerals, and Nutritional Supplements
30.1 ___________ are needed to promote…
Vitamins
With the exception of vitamin ____, hu…
If the vitamin is not present in adequ…
Vitamins
organic compounds required by the body in small amounts for g…
D
metabolism
30.1 ___________ are needed to promote…
Vitamins
Vitamins
organic compounds required by the body in small amounts for g…
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Pharmacology 31 Pharmacology of Bone Mineral Homeostasis
What are the properties of Bones?
Where and how much is calcium stored i…
What two ways is calcium absorbed?
what is calcitriol?
25% organic - osteoblasts/clasts, bone lining cells, bone str…
99% in stored within the skeleton, in the form of hydroxyapat…
1. facilitated transport - occurs throughout small intestine…
the active form of vitamin D
What are the properties of Bones?
25% organic - osteoblasts/clasts, bone lining cells, bone str…
Where and how much is calcium stored i…
99% in stored within the skeleton, in the form of hydroxyapat…
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Pharmacology Ch. 11 Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs
Vitamin A(Retinol, Retinal, Beta Carot…
Vitamin A(Retinol, Retinal, Beta Carot…
Vitamin A(Retinol, Retinal, Beta Carot…
Vitamin A(Retinol, Retinal, Beta Carot…
Sources: carotene of plants, especially yellow- orange and da…
Causes of deficiencies: Malabsorption of fats; diarrhea; obst…
Signs of deficiencies: Night blindness; slow growth; anorexia…
Symptoms of overdose: Irritability and psychiatric symptoms;…
Vitamin A(Retinol, Retinal, Beta Carot…
Sources: carotene of plants, especially yellow- orange and da…
Vitamin A(Retinol, Retinal, Beta Carot…
Causes of deficiencies: Malabsorption of fats; diarrhea; obst…
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Pharmacology 3 - Bone Mineral Homeostasis
What are common causes of low Magnesium?
What produces and what is the effect o…
What are the two overall types of regu…
What are the five types of hormonal re…
-Chronic diarrhea... -Diuretics and alcohol abuse... -Chronic PPI a…
-Inhibits calcitriol production and phosphate reabsorption in…
Hormonal and Nonhormonal
-Parathyroid hormone... -Vitamin D... -Calcitonin... -Estrogen... -Glucoc…
What are common causes of low Magnesium?
-Chronic diarrhea... -Diuretics and alcohol abuse... -Chronic PPI a…
What produces and what is the effect o…
-Inhibits calcitriol production and phosphate reabsorption in…
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Intro. to Clinical Pharmacology - Chapter 21 - Vitamins & Minerals
Vitamin A
Vitamin B₁ (thiamine)
Vitamin B₂ (riboflavin)
Niacin (Vitamin B₃)... Niacinamide (nicot…
Vitamin — Fat-soluble... Trade Name: Aquasol A ; Retinol... *Us…
Vitamin — Water-soluble... Trade Name: N/A ... Use: ... 1) Helps…
Vitamin — Water-soluble... Trade Name: N/A... Use: Riboflavin…
Vitamin — Water-soluble... Trade Name: Niacor... Use:... 1) Niac…
Vitamin A
Vitamin — Fat-soluble... Trade Name: Aquasol A ; Retinol... *Us…
Vitamin B₁ (thiamine)
Vitamin — Water-soluble... Trade Name: N/A ... Use: ... 1) Helps…
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Pharmacology Module 4 Exam Vitamins and Minerals
Iron
iron
iron
iron
oral: ferrous sulfate (and ferrous fumarate, ferrous gluconat…
provide this needed for RBC development and oxygen transport…
used to treat iron deficiency anemia. for clients who are at…
interacts w/ vitamin C b/c it increases absorption, but also…
Iron
oral: ferrous sulfate (and ferrous fumarate, ferrous gluconat…
iron
provide this needed for RBC development and oxygen transport…
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Pharmacology Chapter 11 Vitamins, Minerals, and Herbs
A
Causes of Deficiencies (A)
Signs of deficiencies (A)
Symptoms of Overdose(A)
yellow orange, dark green leafy veggies,fruits,oily salt wate…
malabsorption of fats, diarrhea ... obstruction of bile ... Presenc…
night blindness... slow growth... bone and tooth deformities... dry ey…
Irritability ... Dry skin and hair ... Diarrhea ... Jaundice ... Joint pa…
A
yellow orange, dark green leafy veggies,fruits,oily salt wate…
Causes of Deficiencies (A)
malabsorption of fats, diarrhea ... obstruction of bile ... Presenc…
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Pharmacology - vitamins, minerals, and herbs disorders;deficiencies
vitamin A
vitamin D
vitamin E
vitamin K
night blindness; rough skin; dry mucous membranes; lack of bo…
Rickets (children); retarded growth; bowed legs; protruding a…
breakdown of RBC
hemorrhage in newborns; increased clotting time in adults
vitamin A
night blindness; rough skin; dry mucous membranes; lack of bo…
vitamin D
Rickets (children); retarded growth; bowed legs; protruding a…
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Pharm Ch. 31: Pharmacology of Bone Mineral Homeostasis
Estrogen... Progestin
Raloxifene
Alendronate... Risedronate... Ibandronate... Pa…
Denosumab
Osteoporosis prevention and treatment in... Hormone replacement…
Class: Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator (SERM)... *Mechan…
Class: Bisphosphonates... Mechanism: Decrease bone resorptio…
Class: RANKL antagonist... Mechanism: decrease bone resorpti…
Estrogen... Progestin
Osteoporosis prevention and treatment in... Hormone replacement…
Raloxifene
Class: Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator (SERM)... *Mechan…
Pharmacology I Block 3 Bone & Mineral Homeostasis
Bisphosphonate Drug Names
Calcium Drug Names
Vitamin D Drug Names
PTH-related Drug Names
Alendronate, zoledronic acid, ibandronate, risedronate (etidr…
Calcium carbonate (TUMS) and calcium citrate
Cholecalciferol, ergocalciferol, calcitol, doxercaciferol, ca…
Teriparatide and cinacalcet
Bisphosphonate Drug Names
Alendronate, zoledronic acid, ibandronate, risedronate (etidr…
Calcium Drug Names
Calcium carbonate (TUMS) and calcium citrate
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Bone Mineral Homeostasis (Pharmacology Exam 3)
What are the two major minerals of bone?
How much calcium (in kg) is in the bod…
How much phosphate (in kg) is in the b…
What are the two primary functions of…
1. Calcium... 2. Phosphate
1-2kg... 98%
1kg... 85%
1. Structural support... 2. Provides space for hematopoiesis
What are the two major minerals of bone?
1. Calcium... 2. Phosphate
How much calcium (in kg) is in the bod…
1-2kg... 98%
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pharmacology exam 2: bone mineral homeostasis
adjustments required to maintain const…
adjustments to maintain a constant amo…
responsible for removal of bone matrix
produce protein matrix and control min…
homeostasis
balance
osteoclast
osteoblast
adjustments required to maintain const…
homeostasis
adjustments to maintain a constant amo…
balance
29 terms
pharmacology vitamins, mineral, weight reduction and antineoplastics
vitamin
recommended daily allowance
fat soluble vitamins
vitamin A
nutrient substances required for health of body processes
established by national academy of sciences food and nutritio…
A, D, E, K
immunity, vision, development of teeth and bones... synthesis of…
vitamin
nutrient substances required for health of body processes
recommended daily allowance
established by national academy of sciences food and nutritio…
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