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Pharmacology 6
A deficiency of a mineralcorticoid can…
Describe a teaching plan for a client…
Excess use of ACTH drugs can cause the…
Grave's disease is due to:
Hypotension
The patient will want to modify their diet and exercise routi…
Water and sodium retention... Petichiae or ecchymosis... Edema
Hyperfunction of the thyroid gland
A deficiency of a mineralcorticoid can…
Hypotension
Describe a teaching plan for a client…
The patient will want to modify their diet and exercise routi…
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Pharmacology 6
Clinical trial
Orphan drug
Prescription drug "label"
The "PI"
study carefully designed to test the benefits and risk of a s…
A drug developed specifically to tx disease so rare disease w…
primary purpose is to give healthcare professional informatio…
"package insert" or "prescribing information" ... Document provi…
Clinical trial
study carefully designed to test the benefits and risk of a s…
Orphan drug
A drug developed specifically to tx disease so rare disease w…
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pharmacology 6
1T
1kg
1g
1000mg
15mL
1000g
100cg
1g
1T
15mL
1kg
1000g
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Pharmacology 6
norepinephrine... -fight or flight response
Epinephrine... -fight or flight response
NE and EPI
EPI releaxes smooth muscle, but NE doe…
The adrenergic nerve ending synthesizes and releases ____
In emergency situations the adrenal medualla releases ____
both stimulate internal organs to increase sympathetic activity
what is the difference between EPI and NE?
norepinephrine... -fight or flight response
The adrenergic nerve ending synthesizes and releases ____
Epinephrine... -fight or flight response
In emergency situations the adrenal medualla releases ____
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6 - Pharmacology
- antacids ... - H2 blockers... - PPI
- Sucralfate... - prostaglandin analogs... -…
- upper GI stimulants ... - laxatives... - a…
- aminosalicylates ... - integrin inhibit…
Gastric acid inhibitor agent categories
Mucosal protectant agent categories
Gastric motility agent categories
Anti-inflammatory agent categories
- antacids ... - H2 blockers... - PPI
Gastric acid inhibitor agent categories
- Sucralfate... - prostaglandin analogs... -…
Mucosal protectant agent categories
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Antineoplastics; Pharmacology exam #6
Chemotherapy administrations
Chemotherapy; adverse effects :(
Extravasation
Chemotherapy; MAJOR adverse effects
PO, Iv, Subq, IM, intrathecal ..MANY WAYS
narrow therapeutic index***... dose limiting adverse effects [lo…
can result in permanent damage to nerves, tendons, muscles; l…
hair loss; depends on chemotherapy given. Varies per person.…
Chemotherapy administrations
PO, Iv, Subq, IM, intrathecal ..MANY WAYS
Chemotherapy; adverse effects :(
narrow therapeutic index***... dose limiting adverse effects [lo…
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Pharmacology 5 & 6 - Autonomic Pharmacology
What are the divisions of the ANS?
What area does the parasympathetic ner…
What area does the sympathetic nervous…
What does the ANS innervate?
• Note sympathetic tends to inhibit bladder contraction as pa…
Cranial sacral
Thoracolumbar
• Smooth muscle... • Cardiac muscle... • Exocrine glands
What are the divisions of the ANS?
• Note sympathetic tends to inhibit bladder contraction as pa…
What area does the parasympathetic ner…
Cranial sacral
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#6 pharmacology
What is the MOA of antacids? What are…
What is the AE for antacids:... Sodium bi…
What are the H2 receptor antagonist?Wh…
When do H2 receptor antagonists work t…
Neutralized already formed HCl... Sodium bicarbonate... calcium car…
Sodium bicarbonate/calcium carbonate- alkalosis... Magnesium hyd…
- Cimetidine - more side effects... - Ranitidine ... - Famotidine…
lowering nocturnal acid secretion
What is the MOA of antacids? What are…
Neutralized already formed HCl... Sodium bicarbonate... calcium car…
What is the AE for antacids:... Sodium bi…
Sodium bicarbonate/calcium carbonate- alkalosis... Magnesium hyd…
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Pharmacology 1-6
name 4 small molecule neurotransmitters
neurotransmitters most commonly involv…
primary neurotransmitters in the auton…
name 4 places where transmission is me…
dopamine... norepinephrine... serotonin... histamine
norepinephrine... acetylcholine... dopamine... serotonin... histamine... GABA
acetylcholine... norepinephrine
1. adrenal medulla... 2. nerve impulses across autonomic ganglia…
name 4 small molecule neurotransmitters
dopamine... norepinephrine... serotonin... histamine
neurotransmitters most commonly involv…
norepinephrine... acetylcholine... dopamine... serotonin... histamine... GABA
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Pharmacology 6
Norvasc
NuvaRing
Omnicef
Ortho-Tri-Cyclen Lo
CCB - amlodipine besylate
Estrogen:progestin - etonogestrel-ethinyl estradiol
Cephalosporin antibiotic - cefdinir
Triphasic oral contraceptive - ethinyl estradiol-norgestimate
Norvasc
CCB - amlodipine besylate
NuvaRing
Estrogen:progestin - etonogestrel-ethinyl estradiol
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pharmacology 6
therapeutic use of external ethanol
other therapeutic uses of ethanol
characteristics of ethanol as a calori…
absorption and distribution of ethanol
- solvent for pharmaceuticals... - sponge bath for fever... - rubef…
- injected for specific pain relief... - oral use for methanol/e…
- energy derived ethanol cannot be stored, bound or calories…
- ethanol requires no digestion and is absorbed by diffusion…
therapeutic use of external ethanol
- solvent for pharmaceuticals... - sponge bath for fever... - rubef…
other therapeutic uses of ethanol
- injected for specific pain relief... - oral use for methanol/e…
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Pharmacology 6
Mucolytic
Mucoactive
Mucokinetic
Muscospissic
medication that degrades polymers
connoting any medication or drug that has an effect on mucus…
medication that increases cough or ciliary clearance of respi…
that increases viscosity of secretions and may be effective i…
Mucolytic
medication that degrades polymers
Mucoactive
connoting any medication or drug that has an effect on mucus…
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Pharmacology 6
Losec
Macrobid
Minovral
Mobic, Mobicox
omeprazole... Gastrointestinal agent/proton pump inhibitor
nitrofurantoin... Antibiotic
levonorgestrel... Oral contraceptive
meloxicam... NSAID
Losec
omeprazole... Gastrointestinal agent/proton pump inhibitor
Macrobid
nitrofurantoin... Antibiotic
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Pharmacology 6
Dosing schedule for phenobarbital
Prevention gingival hypertrophy with p…
Consistent dosing for new dx of seizures
NPO guidelines and seizure meds Pg. 234
10-40 mcg; schedule 4
dental care to prevent gingival hyperplasia
give at same time every day and maintain blood levels; if dos…
NPO for procedure, contact MD for orders
Dosing schedule for phenobarbital
10-40 mcg; schedule 4
Prevention gingival hypertrophy with p…
dental care to prevent gingival hyperplasia
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pharmacology 6
adrenergic
adrenoceptor, adrenergic receptor
autonomic effector cells or tisses
baroreceptor reflex
nerve ending that releases norepinephrine as primary transmit…
receptor that binds and is activated by one of catecholamine…
cells or tissues that have adrenoceptors or cholinoceptors wh…
neuronal homeostatic mechanism that maintains a constant arte…
adrenergic
nerve ending that releases norepinephrine as primary transmit…
adrenoceptor, adrenergic receptor
receptor that binds and is activated by one of catecholamine…
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Pharmacology 6
Prevent the cross-linking reaction of…
Sterically inhibit the addition of sub…
Intact Beta-lactam ring
The splitting of the Beta-lactam ring,…
What is the function of Beta-lactam antibiotics?
What is the function of Glycopeptide antibiotics?
What structure is responsible for the antibacterial activity…
What is the function of Beta-lactamase (Penicillinase) of bac…
Prevent the cross-linking reaction of…
What is the function of Beta-lactam antibiotics?
Sterically inhibit the addition of sub…
What is the function of Glycopeptide antibiotics?
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Pharmacology 6
3 classes of muscarinic antagonists
Naturally occurring alkaloids
Belladonna Alkaloids
Natural alkaloid absorption
1. Naturally occurring alkaloids: atropine and scopolamine... 2.…
a class of muscarinic antagonists... -atropine... -scopolamine
Extracted from plants... -historically used to produce prolonged…
tertiarty derivatives are well absorbed from the gut and conj…
3 classes of muscarinic antagonists
1. Naturally occurring alkaloids: atropine and scopolamine... 2.…
Naturally occurring alkaloids
a class of muscarinic antagonists... -atropine... -scopolamine
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Pharmacology 6
Diabetes Basics
Function of Insulin in Body
Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Pancreas releases 2 hormones... Beta cells- insulin-decreases su…
Promotes glycogen synthesis within liver... Essential for metabo…
Insulin Dependent... 10-20% incidence... onset = abrupt... onset age =…
Non-insulin dependent... 80-90% incidence... onset = gradual... onset…
Diabetes Basics
Pancreas releases 2 hormones... Beta cells- insulin-decreases su…
Function of Insulin in Body
Promotes glycogen synthesis within liver... Essential for metabo…
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Pharmacology #6
Vibramycin
Benicar
Fosamax
Protonix
- Doxycycline... - Use: Antibiotic... - DC: Glossitis; Tooth Discol…
- Olmesartan... - Use: Angiotensin II Receptor Blocker... - DC: Ort…
- Alendronate... - Use: Osteoporosis... - DC: Osteonecrosis of the…
- Pantoprazole... - Use: GERD... - DC: None
Vibramycin
- Doxycycline... - Use: Antibiotic... - DC: Glossitis; Tooth Discol…
Benicar
- Olmesartan... - Use: Angiotensin II Receptor Blocker... - DC: Ort…
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Pharmacology 6
Klor-Con
Proscar
Viagra
Cialis
Potassium chloride (electrolyte)
Finasteride (enzyme inhibitor)
Sildenafil (erectile dysfunction)
Tadalafil (erectile dysfunction)
Klor-Con
Potassium chloride (electrolyte)
Proscar
Finasteride (enzyme inhibitor)
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Pharmacology-Chapter 6
Norepinephrine
Epinephrine
Sudafed
Neo-Synephrine
does not relax smooth muscles
relaxes smooth muscles; increases blood pressure
nasal decongestant
nasal spray; increases blood pressure
Norepinephrine
does not relax smooth muscles
Epinephrine
relaxes smooth muscles; increases blood pressure
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Pharmacology 6
What does an ion channel need to funct…
General structure of voltage-gated ion…
desensitization / tolerance
Shorter-time scale
1. A transmembrane pore... - requires selectivity for the charge…
- three main flavours of sodium, calcium and potassium ... - 6 t…
- sustained or repeated agonist exposure often leads to reduc…
- seconds and minutes ... 1. tachyphylaxis - acute rapid decreas…
What does an ion channel need to funct…
1. A transmembrane pore... - requires selectivity for the charge…
General structure of voltage-gated ion…
- three main flavours of sodium, calcium and potassium ... - 6 t…
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Pharmacology wk 6
Description of Drugs
What factors impact rate of drug absor…
When would you want a drug to be absor…
When would you want a drug to be absor…
-weak acids/bases... -only non-ionized form is easily permeable…
1. Thickness of tissue at the absorption site... 2. Area of the…
Rate -> time to reach peak concentration... If you want a prolo…
Rate -> time to reach peak concentration... If you need a rapid…
Description of Drugs
-weak acids/bases... -only non-ionized form is easily permeable…
What factors impact rate of drug absor…
1. Thickness of tissue at the absorption site... 2. Area of the…
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Pharmacology 5 & 6
What does the term parenteral mean?
What are the parenteral routes?
Advantages of administration of medica…
Disadvantages of parenteral administra…
given with a needle
im-intramuscular... s/c-subcutaneous... id-intradermal... iv-intraveno…
secretions of GI tract changes some medications... patient canno…
more expensive... inconvenient... pain... risk of infection/tissue dam…
What does the term parenteral mean?
given with a needle
What are the parenteral routes?
im-intramuscular... s/c-subcutaneous... id-intradermal... iv-intraveno…
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Pharmacology 6
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (…
NSAIDs... - prototype drug... - MOA... - Primar…
Nursing Considerations of NSAIDS
Systemic Glucocorticoids
- treats mild to moderate inflammation... - block inflammation a…
• Prototype drug: ibuprofen (Actiprofen, others)... • MOA: inhib…
• Obtain baseline kidney- & liver-function tests, CBC... • Monit…
• suppress severe inflammation... • suppress histamine release... •…
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (…
- treats mild to moderate inflammation... - block inflammation a…
NSAIDs... - prototype drug... - MOA... - Primar…
• Prototype drug: ibuprofen (Actiprofen, others)... • MOA: inhib…
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Pharmacology Unit 2- CH 5, 6 & 10
noncompliance
drug regimen
teratogen
ampule
not cooperating; drug noncompliance is when patient does not…
daily medication plan
drug or substance that when used/taken during pregnancy, caus…
small, breakable glass containers that contain one dose of me…
noncompliance
not cooperating; drug noncompliance is when patient does not…
drug regimen
daily medication plan
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Pharmacology: Topics 4-6
Alkylating Agents
Antimetabolites
Antineoplastic Antibiotics
Mitotic Inhibitors
Therapeutic Action: ... Alkylating agents produce their cytotoxi…
Therapeutic Action:... Antimetabolites inhibit DNA production in…
Therapeutic Actions:... Some antineoplastic antibiotics break up…
Therapeutic Action:... The mitotic inhibitors interfere with the…
Alkylating Agents
Therapeutic Action: ... Alkylating agents produce their cytotoxi…
Antimetabolites
Therapeutic Action:... Antimetabolites inhibit DNA production in…
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Pharmacology Lectures 5 and 6
What are xenobiotics?
What kinds of drugs can be eliminated…
What happens if you cannot clear drugs?
How does metabolism work?
Foreign compounds that our body has evolved to metabolize.
Hydrophilic drugs.
The concentration may be too high --> Metabolism is necessary…
Through enzymes used to convert drugs to metabolites so that…
What are xenobiotics?
Foreign compounds that our body has evolved to metabolize.
What kinds of drugs can be eliminated…
Hydrophilic drugs.
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Pharmacology6 - Toxicology (upd)
Syrup of Ipecac Probs/Misc
Syrup of Ipecac limitations
Gastric Lavage Process?
Gastric Lavage Limitations?
-CNS and GI effects ... -Abused for weight loss, aspiration risk…
-delayed onset ... -after 1-2 hours recover clinically insignifi…
Large bore tube placed in the stomach and fluid administered…
risks for trauma, aspiration, pushes drug into bowel, short t…
Syrup of Ipecac Probs/Misc
-CNS and GI effects ... -Abused for weight loss, aspiration risk…
Syrup of Ipecac limitations
-delayed onset ... -after 1-2 hours recover clinically insignifi…
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ATI pharmacology 6.0
First pass effect
Syringe/needle used for heparin and in…
Size syringe/needle for IM injections
CNS effects teaching
some oral medications are inactivated through the liver the f…
3/8 to 5/7 inch needle, 25-27 gauge, or 28-31 gauge insulin s…
18-27 gauge, 1-1.5 inches long, 1-3 mL
stimulation=at risk for seizures; depression=do not drive
First pass effect
some oral medications are inactivated through the liver the f…
Syringe/needle used for heparin and in…
3/8 to 5/7 inch needle, 25-27 gauge, or 28-31 gauge insulin s…
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Pharmacology - Chapter 6
what should anticholenergics really be…
what are drugs that block nicotinic re…
what are drugs that block nicotinic re…
what other groups of drugs have antimu…
antimuscarinics
non-depolarizing skeletal muscle relaxants
ganglion blocking agents
- antihistamines... - antipsychotics... - antidepressants
what should anticholenergics really be…
antimuscarinics
what are drugs that block nicotinic re…
non-depolarizing skeletal muscle relaxants
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Pharmacology Test #6
Different types of antacids
o Metoclopramide (Reglan)
o Ondansetron (Zofran)
o Laxatives
aluminum hydroxide, magnesium oxide or hydroxide, magnesium t…
ACTIONS... -gastric stimulant: increases lower esophageal sphinc…
ACTIONS/USES... -serotonin antagonist antiemetic... -to treat nause…
Medications that stimulate the bowels to evacuate stool; reli…
Different types of antacids
aluminum hydroxide, magnesium oxide or hydroxide, magnesium t…
o Metoclopramide (Reglan)
ACTIONS... -gastric stimulant: increases lower esophageal sphinc…
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Pharmacology Exam #6
a. Nonopioid analgesic, such as indome…
a. How to prevent constipation
b. Hepatic necrosis
b. Infiltration of the puncture wound…
An 18-year-old basketball player fell and twisted his ankle d…
A patient will be discharged with a 1-week supply of an opioi…
A 38-year-old man has come into the urgent care center with s…
During a fishing trip, a patient pierced his finger with a la…
a. Nonopioid analgesic, such as indome…
An 18-year-old basketball player fell and twisted his ankle d…
a. How to prevent constipation
A patient will be discharged with a 1-week supply of an opioi…
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Pharmacology Ch. 6 & 15
The nurse is assessing a patient who h…
A patient with a low hemoglobin count…
Which herbal product may interfere wit…
Which dietary supplements increase the…
1 ... Night vision... 2 ... Skin condition... Deficiency of vitamin A ca…
4... The nurse plans a proper diet chart for the patient to meet…
2... Chamomile
1 ... Chamomile... 2 ... Ginkgo... Because of drug interactions, some h…
The nurse is assessing a patient who h…
1 ... Night vision... 2 ... Skin condition... Deficiency of vitamin A ca…
A patient with a low hemoglobin count…
4... The nurse plans a proper diet chart for the patient to meet…
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Ch. 6 Pharmacology
Opioid analgesics act in the periphera…
Opiates are derived from what plant?
_____ is the dried juice from unripe o…
Opium has been used since 4000 B.C. fo…
Acts centrally (on the CNS- brain and spinal cord)
Poppy plant (papaver somniferum)
Opium
Euphoric
Opioid analgesics act in the periphera…
Acts centrally (on the CNS- brain and spinal cord)
Opiates are derived from what plant?
Poppy plant (papaver somniferum)
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Pharmacology Exam 6
List of sterile sites (4)
Common infections in blood
Common infections in CSF
Common infections in Urine
1. Blood... 2. CSF... 3. Urine... 4. Lungs
Staph, strep, GI bugs
Staph, strep, otitis media bugs
Staph, strep, GI bugs
List of sterile sites (4)
1. Blood... 2. CSF... 3. Urine... 4. Lungs
Common infections in blood
Staph, strep, GI bugs
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1.6- Adrenergic Pharmacology
Where are adrenoceptors found?
An increase in sympathetic activity ca…
List the sites of pharmacological mani…
Noradrenaline
All effector organs innervated by post-ganglionic sympathetic…
Increase rate and force of contraction
Synthesis, Storage, Metabolism, Release, Uptake
The primary transmitter at the sympathetic post ganglionic ne…
Where are adrenoceptors found?
All effector organs innervated by post-ganglionic sympathetic…
An increase in sympathetic activity ca…
Increase rate and force of contraction
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pharmacology test 6
what happens in the body in response t…
most anticoagulation drugs target whic…
what are two states that set up blood…
what is a vitamin K antagonist we use…
vasospam--> platelet adherence & aggregation--> initiates pro…
factor V which targets X... *some newer drugs are specific for t…
atherosclerosis... venous pooling
warfarin (coumadin)
what happens in the body in response t…
vasospam--> platelet adherence & aggregation--> initiates pro…
most anticoagulation drugs target whic…
factor V which targets X... *some newer drugs are specific for t…
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Pharmacology Ch. 6
centi-
milli-
kilo-
micro-
1/100th of the base unit
1/1000th of the base unit
1000 times the base unit
1/1,000,000th of the base unit
centi-
1/100th of the base unit
milli-
1/1000th of the base unit
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Pharmacology Lectures 1-6
Are proteins considered drugs by the F…
Therapeutic effect vs side effect
Drug
Types of Receptors (4) and their time…
Nope, they're considered biologicals just likes cigarettes, c…
Therapeutic effect-what you want the drug to do... Side effect-n…
A chemical substance used in the treatment, cure, prevention…
1.Ligand-gated ion channel-miliseconds... 2.G-protein coupled-se…
Are proteins considered drugs by the F…
Nope, they're considered biologicals just likes cigarettes, c…
Therapeutic effect vs side effect
Therapeutic effect-what you want the drug to do... Side effect-n…
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Pharmacology - Unit 6: Antineoplastic Pharmacology
administration of antineoplastic drugs
metabolism of antineoplastic drugs
elimination of antineoplastic drugs
drug-antibody conjugates
eight rounds of therapy with recovery periods
drugs pass through phase I and phase II metabolism
renal route or enteral hepatic circulation (EHC)
anticancer drugs that can be chemically linked to antibodies…
administration of antineoplastic drugs
eight rounds of therapy with recovery periods
metabolism of antineoplastic drugs
drugs pass through phase I and phase II metabolism
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Pharmacology Exam 6 [Total]
Treatment for Acid-Peptic Diseases (Ga…
Drugs to suppress Gastric Acid Product…
Proton Pump Inhibitors Mechanism of Ac…
Proton Pump Inhibitors Therapeutic Uses
1.Drugs to suppress gastric acid production... -Omeprazole... -Cime…
1. Proton Pump Inhibitors - Omeprazole ... 2. Histamine (H2) -re…
Exist as Prodrugs... -First gets absorbed into systemic circul…
-Promote healing of Gastric Ulcers... -GERD (Gastroesophageal Re…
Treatment for Acid-Peptic Diseases (Ga…
1.Drugs to suppress gastric acid production... -Omeprazole... -Cime…
Drugs to suppress Gastric Acid Product…
1. Proton Pump Inhibitors - Omeprazole ... 2. Histamine (H2) -re…
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Pharmacology Unit 5 & 6
Theophylline is the pill form Xanthine…
Xanthine Bronchodilators. ... Generic Nam…
Generic Name: Albuterol sulfate. is a…
Generic Name: Levalbuterol. is a Sym-p…
Aminophylline is the intravenous form Xanthine Bronchodilator…
•Brand Names: Elixophyllin, Slo-Phyllin, Theolair, Theo-Dur,…
Albuterol sulfate.•Brand Name: Ventolin, or Proventil. •Actio…
Levalbuterol. •Brand Name: Xopenex. •Action: Bronchodilator,…
Theophylline is the pill form Xanthine…
Aminophylline is the intravenous form Xanthine Bronchodilator…
Xanthine Bronchodilators. ... Generic Nam…
•Brand Names: Elixophyllin, Slo-Phyllin, Theolair, Theo-Dur,…
75 terms
4.6 Airway Pharmacology
Asthma Symptoms
Asthma Triggers
Steps in Asthma Attack
Mast Cell Activation
Dyspnea, Cough, Wheezing
Allergens... Viral Infections... Exercise... Cold... Drugs - NSAIDs, Beta…
1. Mast Cell Activation... 2. Early Phase... 3. Late Phase
SENSITIZATION - Allergen stimulates a TH₂ response, leading t…
Asthma Symptoms
Dyspnea, Cough, Wheezing
Asthma Triggers
Allergens... Viral Infections... Exercise... Cold... Drugs - NSAIDs, Beta…
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Pharmacology Ch 6
The patient questions a nurse about he…
While performing an admission intervie…
Which patient will have highest priori…
A patient admitted with angina states,…
"Ginger has helped treat arthritic pain. Consult your health…
"What supplements do you take, and how often do you take them…
The patient scheduled for surgery who is taking dong quai... Do…
"What medications do you currently take?"... The nurse must fir…
The patient questions a nurse about he…
"Ginger has helped treat arthritic pain. Consult your health…
While performing an admission intervie…
"What supplements do you take, and how often do you take them…
Pharmacology - Test #6 - Drugs
succinylcholine
onabotulinumtoxinA
atracurium
pancuronium
Depolarizing Blocker... Quelin
Nondepolarizing Blocker/ Peripheral Acting Botulinum Toxin... Bo…
Nondepolarizing Blocker... generics
Nondepolarizing Blocker... generics
succinylcholine
Depolarizing Blocker... Quelin
onabotulinumtoxinA
Nondepolarizing Blocker/ Peripheral Acting Botulinum Toxin... Bo…
4.6 - Pharmacology of Diabetes
Short-acting insulin
Long-acting insulin
Got it
NPH
Lispro, aspart, glulisine are all what type of drugs?
Glargine, Detemir are both what type of drugs?
Summary/Chart of different types of insulin drugs.
What is an intermediate acting insulin?
Short-acting insulin
Lispro, aspart, glulisine are all what type of drugs?
Long-acting insulin
Glargine, Detemir are both what type of drugs?
75 terms
4.6 Airway Pharmacology
Asthma Symptoms
Asthma Triggers
Steps in Asthma Attack
Mast Cell Activation
Dyspnea, Cough, Wheezing
Allergens... Viral Infections... Exercise... Cold... Drugs - NSAIDs, Beta…
1. Mast Cell Activation... 2. Early Phase... 3. Late Phase
SENSITIZATION - Allergen stimulates a TH₂ response, leading t…
Asthma Symptoms
Dyspnea, Cough, Wheezing
Asthma Triggers
Allergens... Viral Infections... Exercise... Cold... Drugs - NSAIDs, Beta…
261 terms
Pharmacology chapters 3-6
Narcotic Side Affects
What should not be taken with?
Kappa Receptors
Nociceptin Receptors
Dizziness, Confusion, Sedation, Euphoria, Insomnia, Seizures,…
Other drugs that depress the CNS: Alcohol, barbiturates, benz…
Required for anesthesia, pupil constriction seen in patients…
Control appetite stimulation, form depressive conditions and…
Narcotic Side Affects
Dizziness, Confusion, Sedation, Euphoria, Insomnia, Seizures,…
What should not be taken with?
Other drugs that depress the CNS: Alcohol, barbiturates, benz…
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Pharmacology list 6
Oxycontin
Lyrica
Zofran
Provigil
oxycodon [sever pain]
pregabalin[seizures]
ondansetron [N/V]
modafinil[sleep apnea]
Oxycontin
oxycodon [sever pain]
Lyrica
pregabalin[seizures]
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