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Central Nervous System Drugs--SFSU Nursing
tonic-colonic
phenytoin (Dilantin)
phenytoin (Dilantin)
10-20 mcg/ML
Type of seizures it is important to monitor drug plasma level…
Most widely used anti-epileptic drug. Drug of choice for toni…
Therapeutic range for this anti-epileptic drug is small becau…
Therapeutic serum levels of phenytoin (Dilantin).
tonic-colonic
Type of seizures it is important to monitor drug plasma level…
phenytoin (Dilantin)
Most widely used anti-epileptic drug. Drug of choice for toni…
19 terms
Central Nervous System Drugs--SFSU Nursing
tonic-colonic
phenytoin (Dilantin)
phenytoin (Dilantin)
10-20 mcg/ML
Type of seizures it is important to monitor drug plasma level…
Most widely used anti-epileptic drug. Drug of choice for toni…
Therapeutic range for this anti-epileptic drug is small becau…
Therapeutic serum levels of phenytoin (Dilantin).
tonic-colonic
Type of seizures it is important to monitor drug plasma level…
phenytoin (Dilantin)
Most widely used anti-epileptic drug. Drug of choice for toni…
93 terms
Nursing Assessment: Nervous System
Central nervous system
Peripheral Nervous System
Neuron
Neurons characteristics
Brain... Spinal cord... cranial nerves I and II
Cranial nerve III to XII... Spinal nerves... peripheral parts of th…
Primary FUNCTIONAL unit of the NS
1. excitability... 2. conductibility ... 3. Influence
Central nervous system
Brain... Spinal cord... cranial nerves I and II
Peripheral Nervous System
Cranial nerve III to XII... Spinal nerves... peripheral parts of th…
151 terms
Nursing 302 The Nervous System
Pain
Specificity theory
Gate control theory (1965)
Nociception
Individual response to stimuli and sensory nerves... Subjective
Amount of pain is related to amount of tissue injury... Pain The…
Theoretical "gates" in spinal cord block projection of pain i…
process of how pain is recognized consciously
Pain
Individual response to stimuli and sensory nerves... Subjective
Specificity theory
Amount of pain is related to amount of tissue injury... Pain The…
90 terms
Pharmacology For Nurses Chapter 13-Drugs affecting the Autonomic Nervous System
MUST KNOW!!!... Epinephrine (Adrenalin)
MUST KNOW!!!... Phenylephrine(Neo-Synephr…
MUST KNOW!!!... Norepinephrine (Levophed)
MUST KNOW!!!... Dopamine(Dopostat, Introp…
Therapeutic class- Drug for Anaphylaxis and shock... Pharmacolo…
Therapeutic class- Nasal decongestant, mydriatic drug, antihy…
Therapeutic class- Drug for shock... Pharmacologic Class- Nonse…
Therapeutic class- Drug for shock... Pharmacologic class- Nonse…
MUST KNOW!!!... Epinephrine (Adrenalin)
Therapeutic class- Drug for Anaphylaxis and shock... Pharmacolo…
MUST KNOW!!!... Phenylephrine(Neo-Synephr…
Therapeutic class- Nasal decongestant, mydriatic drug, antihy…
29 terms
Pharm of Nursing- Drugs Affecting the Autonomic Nervous System- PPT 2
Alpha - 1
Alpha-2
Beta- 1
Beta-2
[vascular]... Blood Vessels... Iris... Urinary Bladder... _______________…
[pre-synaptic]... Nerve Membranes... Pancrease... ________________... dec…
[heart]... Heart... Kidney... ________________... Stimulate Cardiac Activ…
[smooth]... Smooth Muscle... Blood Vessels... Bronchi... Periphery... ______…
Alpha - 1
[vascular]... Blood Vessels... Iris... Urinary Bladder... _______________…
Alpha-2
[pre-synaptic]... Nerve Membranes... Pancrease... ________________... dec…
153 terms
Nursing 302 The Nervous System
Nociception
Nociceptive pain
Non-nociceptive pain
Cutaneous pain
process of how pain is recognized consciously
pain with cause of normal tissue injury
• Cutaneous... • Deep somatic... • Visceral... • Referred... • Acute... • Ch…
-arises from superficial areas= Skin & Subcutaneous tissues &…
Nociception
process of how pain is recognized consciously
Nociceptive pain
pain with cause of normal tissue injury
93 terms
Nursing Assessment: Nervous System
Central nervous system
Peripheral Nervous System
Neuron
Neurons characteristics
Brain... Spinal cord... cranial nerves I and II
Cranial nerve III to XII... Spinal nerves... peripheral parts of th…
Primary FUNCTIONAL unit of the NS
1. excitability... 2. conductibility ... 3. Influence
Central nervous system
Brain... Spinal cord... cranial nerves I and II
Peripheral Nervous System
Cranial nerve III to XII... Spinal nerves... peripheral parts of th…
93 terms
Nursing Assessment: Nervous System
Central nervous system
Peripheral Nervous System
Neuron
Neurons characteristics
Brain... Spinal cord... cranial nerves I and II
Cranial nerve III to XII... Spinal nerves... peripheral parts of th…
Primary FUNCTIONAL unit of the NS
1. excitability... 2. conductibility ... 3. Influence
Central nervous system
Brain... Spinal cord... cranial nerves I and II
Peripheral Nervous System
Cranial nerve III to XII... Spinal nerves... peripheral parts of th…
90 terms
Pharmacology For Nurses Chapter 13-Drugs affecting the Autonomic Nervous System
MUST KNOW!!!... Epinephrine (Adrenalin)
MUST KNOW!!!... Phenylephrine(Neo-Synephr…
MUST KNOW!!!... Norepinephrine (Levophed)
MUST KNOW!!!... Dopamine(Dopostat, Introp…
Therapeutic class- Drug for Anaphylaxis and shock... Pharmacolo…
Therapeutic class- Nasal decongestant, mydriatic drug, antihy…
Therapeutic class- Drug for shock... Pharmacologic Class- Nonse…
Therapeutic class- Drug for shock... Pharmacologic class- Nonse…
MUST KNOW!!!... Epinephrine (Adrenalin)
Therapeutic class- Drug for Anaphylaxis and shock... Pharmacolo…
MUST KNOW!!!... Phenylephrine(Neo-Synephr…
Therapeutic class- Nasal decongestant, mydriatic drug, antihy…
20 terms
Nursing Assessment: Nervous System
When admitting an acutely confused pat…
A patient has a lesion that affects lo…
When performing a focused assessment o…
Propranolol (Inderal), a β-adrenergic…
ANS: A... When admitting a patient who is likely to be a poor hi…
ANS: B... Because the cell bodies of lower motor neurons are loc…
ANS: D... The posterior temporal lobe integrates the visual and…
ANS: C... Inhibition of the fight or flight response leads to de…
When admitting an acutely confused pat…
ANS: A... When admitting a patient who is likely to be a poor hi…
A patient has a lesion that affects lo…
ANS: B... Because the cell bodies of lower motor neurons are loc…
186 terms
Nervous System Nursing
Cerebrum
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
Cerebellum
Controls sensory & motor activities & intelligence. Largest p…
Part of the diencephalons in the cerebrum. The relay station…
Part of the diencephalons in the cerebrum. Regulatory functio…
Major motor and sensory pathway. Enables smooth, coordinated…
Cerebrum
Controls sensory & motor activities & intelligence. Largest p…
Thalamus
Part of the diencephalons in the cerebrum. The relay station…
102 terms
Drugs and the Nervous System
Why study drugs?
Good drugs vs. Bad drugs
Tobacco
Coffee
Combat drug abuse... Combat anxiety, sleeplessness, depression,…
Motivation (appropriate or not? abuse?)... Help us understand…
Plant... Nicotine
Plant... Caffeine
Why study drugs?
Combat drug abuse... Combat anxiety, sleeplessness, depression,…
Good drugs vs. Bad drugs
Motivation (appropriate or not? abuse?)... Help us understand…
36 terms
Nursing Assessment: Nervous System
Cells of the nervous system
Nerve Regerneration
Action potential
Synapse
Neurons- conductivity and excitability... Neuroglia- support, no…
Dendrites bring the impulse to the cell body, axon sends the…
Potassium... Sodium... Sodium-potassium pump (ATP)
Structural and functional junction between one neuron and the…
Cells of the nervous system
Neurons- conductivity and excitability... Neuroglia- support, no…
Nerve Regerneration
Dendrites bring the impulse to the cell body, axon sends the…
13 terms
Pharmacology for Nurses Ch.20 Drugs for Degenerative Diseases of the Nervous System
parkinson's disease characteristics
parkinson's disease
parkinson's therapy
extra pyramidal effects (EPS)
-tremors... -muscular rigidity... -bradykinesia (diff. swallowing,…
-progressive disease that leads to eventual death... -death of n…
-levodopa (Stalevo)... -meds supress symptoms, does not cure... -un…
-due to lack of dopamine... -muscle spasm... -muscles "lock up"... -fe…
parkinson's disease characteristics
-tremors... -muscular rigidity... -bradykinesia (diff. swallowing,…
parkinson's disease
-progressive disease that leads to eventual death... -death of n…
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Pharmacology For Nurses Ch.13 Drugs Affecting the Autonomic Nervous System
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
CNS and PNS
Sympathetic
composed of the brain and the spinal cord
composed of sensory and motor neurons
two major divisions of the nervous system
prepares the body for stressful or energetic activity; flight…
Central Nervous System
composed of the brain and the spinal cord
Peripheral Nervous System
composed of sensory and motor neurons
26 terms
Autonomic Nervous System Drugs
Cholinomimetic Drugs
Cholinomimetic Drugs Names
Nicotine
Bethanecol
Mimic Acetocholine
Nicotine... Bethanecol... Neostigmine
Agonist at nicotinic receptors (Nn) binds and opens cation ch…
Agonist at muscarinic receptors
Cholinomimetic Drugs
Mimic Acetocholine
Cholinomimetic Drugs Names
Nicotine... Bethanecol... Neostigmine
32 terms
Nervous System Drugs
Baclofen
Lioresal
Diazepam
Valium
Liorseal ... treat reversible spasticity
Baclofen ... treat reversible spasticity
Valium ... best muscle relaxer
Diazepam ... best muscle relaxer
Baclofen
Liorseal ... treat reversible spasticity
Lioresal
Baclofen ... treat reversible spasticity
Nursing 2 nervous system
Agnosia
Anesthesia
Aneurysm
Aphasia
Total or partial loss of the ability to recognize familiar ob…
Absence of sensation
A localized dilation of the wall of a blood vessel, usually c…
Abnormal neurologic condition in which language function is d…
Agnosia
Total or partial loss of the ability to recognize familiar ob…
Anesthesia
Absence of sensation
30 terms
Intro to Nursing: NERVOUS SYSTEM
affect
ageusia
agnosis
anesthesia
mood
taste impairment
loss of comprehension of a sensation(s)
loss of sensation
affect
mood
ageusia
taste impairment
80 terms
Nervous System Notes for Nursing
The two principal divisions that make…
The two types of cells found in the ne…
The part of the neuron that carries im…
The part of the neuron that carries im…
central and peripheral
Neurons and Glia
Dendrite
Axon
The two principal divisions that make…
central and peripheral
The two types of cells found in the ne…
Neurons and Glia
8 terms
Nursing 2470: The Nervous System
sympathomimetics
sympatholytics
parasympathomimetics
anticholinergics
stimulation of sympathetic nervous system; produce fight or f…
inhibition of sympathetic nervous system
stimulates parasympathetic nervous system; produce rest and d…
inhibition of parasympathetic nervous system
sympathomimetics
stimulation of sympathetic nervous system; produce fight or f…
sympatholytics
inhibition of sympathetic nervous system
20 terms
Nursing Assessment: Nervous System
When admitting an acutely confused pat…
A patient has a lesion that affects lo…
When performing a focused assessment o…
Propranolol (Inderal), a β-adrenergic…
ANS: A... When admitting a patient who is likely to be a poor hi…
ANS: B... Because the cell bodies of lower motor neurons are loc…
ANS: D... The posterior temporal lobe integrates the visual and…
ANS: C... Inhibition of the fight or flight response leads to de…
When admitting an acutely confused pat…
ANS: A... When admitting a patient who is likely to be a poor hi…
A patient has a lesion that affects lo…
ANS: B... Because the cell bodies of lower motor neurons are loc…
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Drugs Nervous System 2
Timolol
Apraclonidine
Acetazolamide
Latanoprost
Occular Hypertension; Timoptic... MoA: B2 receptor antagonist i…
Occular Hypertension; Iodipine... MoA: Alpha-2 receptor agonist…
Occular Hypertension... MoA: Carbonic anhydrase inhibitor reduc…
Occular Hypertension, open-angle glaucoma; Xalatan... MoA: Pros…
Timolol
Occular Hypertension; Timoptic... MoA: B2 receptor antagonist i…
Apraclonidine
Occular Hypertension; Iodipine... MoA: Alpha-2 receptor agonist…
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Drugs Nervous System 3
Modafinil
Armodafinil
Zolpidem
Zaleplon
Narcolepsy/Shift work - Provigil... MoA: Increased release of N…
Narcolepsy/Shift work - Nuvigil... MoA: Increased release of NE…
Insomnia (non-benzo) - Ambien... MoA: Potentiate GABAs ability…
Insomnia (non-benzo) - Sonata... MoA: Potentiate GABAs ability…
Modafinil
Narcolepsy/Shift work - Provigil... MoA: Increased release of N…
Armodafinil
Narcolepsy/Shift work - Nuvigil... MoA: Increased release of NE…
20 terms
Nursing Assessment: Nervous System
When admitting an acutely confused pat…
A patient has a lesion that affects lo…
When performing a focused assessment o…
Propranolol (Inderal), a β-adrenergic…
ANS: A... When admitting a patient who is likely to be a poor hi…
ANS: B... Because the cell bodies of lower motor neurons are loc…
ANS: D... The posterior temporal lobe integrates the visual and…
ANS: C... Inhibition of the fight or flight response leads to de…
When admitting an acutely confused pat…
ANS: A... When admitting a patient who is likely to be a poor hi…
A patient has a lesion that affects lo…
ANS: B... Because the cell bodies of lower motor neurons are loc…
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Pharmacology - Nervous System Drugs
acetylcholine
norepinephrine
cholinergic
adrenergic
preganglionic neurotransmitter in both sympathetic and parasy…
postganglionic neurotransmitter in sympathetic nervous system
Parasympathetic nervous system receptors; includes muscarinic…
Sympathetic nervous system receptors; includes alpha 1, alpha…
acetylcholine
preganglionic neurotransmitter in both sympathetic and parasy…
norepinephrine
postganglionic neurotransmitter in sympathetic nervous system
105 terms
Autonomic Nervous System Drugs
How does the autonomic nervous system…
Three main activities (Homeostatis Mai…
Sympathetic (Adrenergic) branches incl…
Parasympathetic (Cholinergric) Branch…
It has involuntary control over vital functions of the cardio…
1. Contraction of the bronchi, blood vessels, gastrointestina…
Alpha and Beta drugs
Nicotinic and Muscarinic
How does the autonomic nervous system…
It has involuntary control over vital functions of the cardio…
Three main activities (Homeostatis Mai…
1. Contraction of the bronchi, blood vessels, gastrointestina…
60 terms
Drugs for nervous system disorders
Seizures
heat stroke, fever, head injury, tumor…
seizure disorder
focal seizures/partial seizures
when normal electrical activity of the brain is interrupted b…
What causes seizures?
What do they call it when you have recurring seizures?
seizures that involve only one area of the brain
Seizures
when normal electrical activity of the brain is interrupted b…
heat stroke, fever, head injury, tumor…
What causes seizures?
14 terms
Nursing Nervous System
neuron
Two main parts of nervous system
spinal cord
Hemianopsia
basic working unit of the nervous system
central nervous system(spinal cord) and peripheral nervous sy…
located inside the vertebral canal (18 inches connected to br…
loss of vision in one half of the visual field due to CVA, tu…
neuron
basic working unit of the nervous system
Two main parts of nervous system
central nervous system(spinal cord) and peripheral nervous sy…
77 terms
Drugs and the Nervous system
myelin
action potential
Axon terminals
synapse
a fatty white substance that covers the axons of some neurons
the electrical impuls along the axon that occurs when a neuro…
enlarged buttonlike structures at the ends of axon branches
the junction between neurons
myelin
a fatty white substance that covers the axons of some neurons
action potential
the electrical impuls along the axon that occurs when a neuro…
43 terms
Nursing13 - Nervous System Fundamentals
Nervous System
Sensory input
Integration
Motor output
master control and communication system
receptors monitor changes inside and outside the body (gather…
processing sensory input and making decisions
activating effector organs, muscles or glads in response to i…
Nervous System
master control and communication system
Sensory input
receptors monitor changes inside and outside the body (gather…
20 terms
Nursing Assessment: Nervous System
When admitting an acutely confused pat…
A patient has a lesion that affects lo…
When performing a focused assessment o…
Propranolol (Inderal), a β-adrenergic…
ANS: A... When admitting a patient who is likely to be a poor hi…
ANS: B... Because the cell bodies of lower motor neurons are loc…
ANS: D... The posterior temporal lobe integrates the visual and…
ANS: C... Inhibition of the fight or flight response leads to de…
When admitting an acutely confused pat…
ANS: A... When admitting a patient who is likely to be a poor hi…
A patient has a lesion that affects lo…
ANS: B... Because the cell bodies of lower motor neurons are loc…
18 terms
nervous system nursing
romberg test
CT scan
MRI
PET
assesses balance with eyes closed for 20-30 secs standing wit…
measures slices of the brain top to bottom, used to rule out…
test of choice for neurological diseases, can also dx spinal…
monitors pts with epilepsy, parkinsons and alzheimers
romberg test
assesses balance with eyes closed for 20-30 secs standing wit…
CT scan
measures slices of the brain top to bottom, used to rule out…
135 terms
Central Nervous System Drugs
caused by excessive dosages or... when im…
the body's decreased response to a dru…
List the three drugs that are Non-Narc…
1950s... MOA: Analgesic action unknown, A…
toxicity
tolerance
Tylenol (acetaminophen)... Aspirin (ASA- acetylsalicylic acid)…
Tylenol (acetaminophen)
caused by excessive dosages or... when im…
toxicity
the body's decreased response to a dru…
tolerance
Nursing Assessment: Nervous System
When admitting an acutely confused pat…
A patient has a lesion that affects lo…
When performing a focused assessment o…
Propranolol (Inderal), a β-adrenergic…
ANS: A... When admitting a patient who is likely to be a poor hi…
ANS: B... Because the cell bodies of lower motor neurons are loc…
ANS: D... The posterior temporal lobe integrates the visual and…
ANS: C... Inhibition of the fight or flight response leads to de…
When admitting an acutely confused pat…
ANS: A... When admitting a patient who is likely to be a poor hi…
A patient has a lesion that affects lo…
ANS: B... Because the cell bodies of lower motor neurons are loc…
19 terms
Autonomic Nervous System Drugs
describe the clinical uses of autonomi…
describe autonomic control of the heart
describe autonomic control of the bloo…
describe autonomic control of the resp…
cardiovascular diseases... respiratory disesases... GI diseases…
B1 (and some B2) receptor activation: increases heart rate,…
a1 receptor activation: vasoconstriction in skin, splanchni…
B2 receptor activation: bronchodilation... *a1 receptor activ…
describe the clinical uses of autonomi…
cardiovascular diseases... respiratory disesases... GI diseases…
describe autonomic control of the heart
B1 (and some B2) receptor activation: increases heart rate,…
27 terms
Drugs Nervous System I
Lidocaine
Procaine
Cocaine
Side effects of all opioids
Amide - Local Anesthetic... MoA: Blocks VGSC; Medium Acting... Si…
Ester - Local Anesthetic... MoA: Blocks VGSC; Short Acting... Sid…
Amide - Local Anesthetic... MoA: Blocks VGSC; Blocks NE reuptak…
Constipation and decrease respiratory drive
Lidocaine
Amide - Local Anesthetic... MoA: Blocks VGSC; Medium Acting... Si…
Procaine
Ester - Local Anesthetic... MoA: Blocks VGSC; Short Acting... Sid…
16 terms
Nursing13 - Peripheral Nervous System
Cranial Nerves
Olfactory Nerve
Optic Nerve
Oculomotor Nerve
attach to the brain and pass through foramina of the skull; p…
sense of smell
sensory nerve of vision
innervates four of the extrinsic eye muscle
Cranial Nerves
attach to the brain and pass through foramina of the skull; p…
Olfactory Nerve
sense of smell
30 terms
Central Nervous System Drugs
dantrolene
cyclobenzaprine
methocarbamol
carisoprodol
Dantrium
Flexeril
Robaxin
Soma
dantrolene
Dantrium
cyclobenzaprine
Flexeril
42 terms
Autonomic Nervous System Drugs
Cholinomimetic Drugs
Cholinomimetic Drugs Names
Nicotine
Bethanecol
Mimic Acetocholine
Nicotine... Bethanecol... Neostigmine
Agonist at nicotinic receptors (Nn) binds and opens cation ch…
Agonist at muscarinic receptors
Cholinomimetic Drugs
Mimic Acetocholine
Cholinomimetic Drugs Names
Nicotine... Bethanecol... Neostigmine
56 terms
Nervous system (Nursing)
Nervous system
What does the nervous system do?
Basic structural unit??
What is another word for Nerve fibers?…
Complex, highly organized system that coordinates all the act…
Enables the body to respond and adapt to changes that occur b…
Neuron (nerve cell)
Dendrites ... Carrys impulses towards the cell body
Nervous system
Complex, highly organized system that coordinates all the act…
What does the nervous system do?
Enables the body to respond and adapt to changes that occur b…
20 terms
Nursing Assessment: Nervous System
When admitting an acutely confused pat…
A patient has a lesion that affects lo…
When performing a focused assessment o…
Propranolol (Inderal), a β-adrenergic…
ANS: A... When admitting a patient who is likely to be a poor hi…
ANS: B... Because the cell bodies of lower motor neurons are loc…
ANS: D... The posterior temporal lobe integrates the visual and…
ANS: C... Inhibition of the fight or flight response leads to de…
When admitting an acutely confused pat…
ANS: A... When admitting a patient who is likely to be a poor hi…
A patient has a lesion that affects lo…
ANS: B... Because the cell bodies of lower motor neurons are loc…
30 terms
Nervous System/Drugs
Nerves
Impulse
Brain
Main Parts of the Nervous System
Cells that carry messages throughout the nervous system
Message
Main control center of the body
Brain... Spinal cord... Nerves
Nerves
Cells that carry messages throughout the nervous system
Impulse
Message
25 terms
Nervous System Drugs
Flexeril
Robaxin
Soma
Zemuron
cyclobenzaprine
methocarbamol
carisoprodol
rocuronium
Flexeril
cyclobenzaprine
Robaxin
methocarbamol
10 terms
Nervous System related drugs
Lunesta (brand)
Ativan (brand)
Namenda (brand)
Celexa (brand)
Eszopiclone (generic)
Lorazepam (generic)
Memantine (generic)
Citalopram (generic)
Lunesta (brand)
Eszopiclone (generic)
Ativan (brand)
Lorazepam (generic)
34 terms
NERVOUS SYSTEM DRUGS
MAJOR USE:
WORKS WITH ENDOCRINE SYSTEM:
THREE FUNCTIONS:
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS)
Communication and control center
- Respond and adapt to environment.... - Maintain homeostasis.
- Sensory - receives input.... - Integrative - analyzes.... - Motor…
Brain & Spinal cord
MAJOR USE:
Communication and control center
WORKS WITH ENDOCRINE SYSTEM:
- Respond and adapt to environment.... - Maintain homeostasis.
61 terms
Autonomic Nervous System Drugs
Direct Acting Muscarinic Agonists
Direct Agonist Activity at Muscarinic…
Adverse effects of direct acting musca…
Contraindications and Precautions in t…
Acetylcholine... Bethanechol... Carbachol... Cevimeline... methacholine... m…
Increased GI mobility and secretion... decreased heart rate... decr…
bradycardia... hypotension... bronchoconstriction... diarrhea... cramping…
use with caution with:... asthma... bradycardia, hypotension, vasom…
Direct Acting Muscarinic Agonists
Acetylcholine... Bethanechol... Carbachol... Cevimeline... methacholine... m…
Direct Agonist Activity at Muscarinic…
Increased GI mobility and secretion... decreased heart rate... decr…
209 terms
Peripheral Nervous System Drugs
5 types of Cholinergic Drugs
Cholinesterase inhibitors
Sympatholytics
Sympathomimetics
-Muscarinic Agonists... -Muscarinic Antagonists... -Ganglionic Stim…
Affects all cholinergic receptors, inhibits acetylcholinester…
Sympathetic Antagonists
Sympathetic Agonists, or activators
5 types of Cholinergic Drugs
-Muscarinic Agonists... -Muscarinic Antagonists... -Ganglionic Stim…
Cholinesterase inhibitors
Affects all cholinergic receptors, inhibits acetylcholinester…
11 terms
Nervous System Drugs
donepezil HCl
amphetamine / destroamphetamine
cyclobenzaprin
carisoprodol
Aricept (acetylcholinesterase inhibitor - anti-alzheimer's)
Adderall (stimulant - for ADHD)
Flexeril (muscle relaxant)
Soma (muscle relaxant)
donepezil HCl
Aricept (acetylcholinesterase inhibitor - anti-alzheimer's)
amphetamine / destroamphetamine
Adderall (stimulant - for ADHD)
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