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Pharm block 2 Eicosanoid pharmacology
lipooxygenase inhibitors 2
LT receptor blockers
COX all blockers 2
COX 2 specific blocker
Zileuton... glucocorticoids
-Lukasts
NSAIDs +steroids
COXibs
lipooxygenase inhibitors 2
Zileuton... glucocorticoids
LT receptor blockers
-Lukasts
610 terms
Pharm block 2
Bromocriptine
Cabergoline
GnRH analogs (long acting formulations…
Pregvisomant
Dopamine agonist used to treat hyperprolactinemia
Dopamine agonist used to treat hyperprolactinemia
Precocious puberty in transgender pts to block puberty, prost…
GH receptor antagonist
Bromocriptine
Dopamine agonist used to treat hyperprolactinemia
Cabergoline
Dopamine agonist used to treat hyperprolactinemia
516 terms
Pharmacology Block 2
Does the the somatic nervous system co…
where do neurons of the somatic nervou…
what are the neurotransmitter(s) at th…
What kind of tissues do neurons of the…
voluntary AND involuntary activity
motor neurons originate in the spinal cord and directly inner…
Acetylcholine is the neurotransmitter at neuromuscular junction
smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and exocrine glands (basically…
Does the the somatic nervous system co…
voluntary AND involuntary activity
where do neurons of the somatic nervou…
motor neurons originate in the spinal cord and directly inner…
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Pharm Block 4: Endocrine Pharmacology
What kind of drugs are most widely pre…
The collection of glands of an organis…
Study of drugs that are hormones or ho…
Also known as chemical messangers
Endocrine drugs
Endocrine system
Endocrine Pharmacology
Hormones
What kind of drugs are most widely pre…
Endocrine drugs
The collection of glands of an organis…
Endocrine system
122 terms
Pharmacology Block 2
Fatty acids
Triglyceride
Cholesterol
Lipids
-from diet or synthesized from glucose, etc... -saturated, monou…
-3FAs and glycerol backbone
-some from diet, most by biosynthesis... -sterol backbone... -precu…
-fats and cholesterol... -efficient energy source: gain calories…
Fatty acids
-from diet or synthesized from glucose, etc... -saturated, monou…
Triglyceride
-3FAs and glycerol backbone
132 terms
Pharmacology block 2
Local anesthetics act by blocking ____…
Local anesthetics become more effectiv…
Local anesthetics are weak (acids/base…
All local anesthetics are vaso(dilator…
Na+
lower; higher: Infected/inflammed tissues cause a decreased a…
bases: They are composed of an aromatic residue, amino group,…
dilators
Local anesthetics act by blocking ____…
Na+
Local anesthetics become more effectiv…
lower; higher: Infected/inflammed tissues cause a decreased a…
585 terms
Pharm Block 2
Bromocriptine
Cabergoline
GnRH analogs (long acting formulations…
Pregvisomant
Dopamine agonist used to treat hyperprolactinemia
Dopamine agonist used to treat hyperprolactinemia
Precocious puberty in transgender pts to block puberty, prost…
GH receptor antagonist
Bromocriptine
Dopamine agonist used to treat hyperprolactinemia
Cabergoline
Dopamine agonist used to treat hyperprolactinemia
423 terms
Pharmacology Block 2
Introduction to Alcohols
Ethanol PK
Ethanol PK
Ethanol PK Metabolism
- Low to moderate amounts relieves anxiety and fosters a feel…
• Small water soluble molecule... • Rapidly absorbed from GI tra…
• Rapid distribution; tissue levels... ~blood concentration... • Vo…
- >90% oxidized in liver... - Remainder excreted through lungs a…
Introduction to Alcohols
- Low to moderate amounts relieves anxiety and fosters a feel…
Ethanol PK
• Small water soluble molecule... • Rapidly absorbed from GI tra…
446 terms
Pharmacology Block 2
Guanethodine interacts with
Class of bethanechol
Neostigmine used to reverse
Dantrolene used to treat malignant hyp…
norepinephrine... - block release from storage vesicles into ner…
muscarinic receptor agonist... - cholinomimetic agent: direct…
action of competitive neuromuscular blocking agents... - paral…
blocks calcium release from sarcoplasmic reticulum... Dantrol…
Guanethodine interacts with
norepinephrine... - block release from storage vesicles into ner…
Class of bethanechol
muscarinic receptor agonist... - cholinomimetic agent: direct…
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Pharmacology Block 2
ACh
directly
smooth muscle... cardiac muscle... exocrin…
skeletal muscle
What is the neurotransmitter at the neuromuscular junction?
The somatic nervous system is (?) innervated
The ANS controls what 3 things?
The ANS controls everything but
ACh
What is the neurotransmitter at the neuromuscular junction?
directly
The somatic nervous system is (?) innervated
89 terms
Pharm Block 4.10 - GI Pharmacology
Tx strategies for Dyspepsia
What are the antacids?
MOA of Antacids
General SE of Antacids
Dyspepsia = GERD, PUD, acid issues... 1. Antacids... 2. H2-Antagon…
1. Sodium Bicarbonate... 2. Calcium Carbonate (Tums)... 3. Aluminum…
1. Direct neutralization of stomach HCl... 2. Simple, relativel…
Altered abs/excr of other drugs... 1. Slowed dissolution of ta…
Tx strategies for Dyspepsia
Dyspepsia = GERD, PUD, acid issues... 1. Antacids... 2. H2-Antagon…
What are the antacids?
1. Sodium Bicarbonate... 2. Calcium Carbonate (Tums)... 3. Aluminum…
156 terms
Block 2 pharmacology
the chemical messengers that enable ne…
Neurotransmitters are released from a
Large myelinated fibers conduct action…
Local circuit neurons have short axons…
neurotransmitter
presynaptic
glutamate
GABA
the chemical messengers that enable ne…
neurotransmitter
Neurotransmitters are released from a
presynaptic
127 terms
Pharm Block 2
Goserelin
Leuprorelin (Leuprolide)
Nafarelin
Ganirelix
GnRH receptor agonist used in prostate/breast cancer treatmen…
GnRH receptor agonist used in prostate/breast cancer treatmen…
GnRH receptor agonist used in prostate/breast cancer treatmen…
GnRH receptor antagonist used to suppress premature LH surges…
Goserelin
GnRH receptor agonist used in prostate/breast cancer treatmen…
Leuprorelin (Leuprolide)
GnRH receptor agonist used in prostate/breast cancer treatmen…
132 terms
Pharmacology block 2
Local anesthetics act by blocking ____…
Local anesthetics become more effectiv…
Local anesthetics are weak (acids/base…
All local anesthetics are vaso(dilator…
Na+
lower; higher: Infected/inflammed tissues cause a decreased a…
bases: They are composed of an aromatic residue, amino group,…
dilators
Local anesthetics act by blocking ____…
Na+
Local anesthetics become more effectiv…
lower; higher: Infected/inflammed tissues cause a decreased a…
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Block 2 Pharm
dobutamine
albuterol v. salmeterol
nifedipine, amlodipine
Hydrazine (apresoline)
B1 adrenergic agonist - increase contractility of the heart
b2 agonists- relax bronchiole smooth muscle... salmeterol is lon…
Calcium channel blockers- hypertension ... blocks L-type (ventri…
direct vasodilation of ARTERIOLES. Little effect on veins --…
dobutamine
B1 adrenergic agonist - increase contractility of the heart
albuterol v. salmeterol
b2 agonists- relax bronchiole smooth muscle... salmeterol is lon…
195 terms
Pharm Block 2
Gonadorelin
Leuprolide/Leuprorelin*... Nafarelin... Gose…
Ganirelix*... Cetrorelix
Abarelix
GnRH agonist... low dose pulsatile... infertility (ART)*
GnRH agonists... High dose constant - flare effect... Precocious pu…
GnRH antagonists ... Constant dose... ART* (prevent premature LH su…
GnRH antagonists... Prostate CA**
Gonadorelin
GnRH agonist... low dose pulsatile... infertility (ART)*
Leuprolide/Leuprorelin*... Nafarelin... Gose…
GnRH agonists... High dose constant - flare effect... Precocious pu…
378 terms
pharm block 2
interaction between allopurinol and 5-FU
Febuxostat
Pegloticase
acute gout treatment/flares. drug that…
allopurinol can reduce efficacy of 5-FU because xanthine oxid…
specific inhibitor of xanthine oxidase... reduced frequency of h…
uricase recombinant that oxidizes uric acid to altoin (water…
Colchicine
interaction between allopurinol and 5-FU
allopurinol can reduce efficacy of 5-FU because xanthine oxid…
Febuxostat
specific inhibitor of xanthine oxidase... reduced frequency of h…
67 terms
Pharm Questions Block 2
What medication is used 1st line to tr…
Clonazepam is used for what type of se…
Which benzo is preferred with treating…
If a patient has acute angle closure g…
phenobarbital
absence and myoclonic in children
lorazempam
Diazepam and lorazepam
What medication is used 1st line to tr…
phenobarbital
Clonazepam is used for what type of se…
absence and myoclonic in children
94 terms
Pharm 2 Block 2
Antihypertensive drugs that decrease m…
Stage 1 HTN
Stage 2 HTN
Pre-HTN
Beta blockers... ACE inhbitors... Thiazide Diuretics
SP = 140-159... DP = 90-99... Treat with Thiazide diuretics
SP >160... DP >100... Treat with Thiazide diuretics plus one of iAC…
SP = 120-139... DP = 80-89... treatment - weight loss, exercise, re…
Antihypertensive drugs that decrease m…
Beta blockers... ACE inhbitors... Thiazide Diuretics
Stage 1 HTN
SP = 140-159... DP = 90-99... Treat with Thiazide diuretics
66 terms
Pharmacology block 2
Local anesthetics act by blocking ____…
Local anesthetics become more effectiv…
Local anesthetics are weak (acids/base…
All local anesthetics are vaso(dilator…
Na+
lower; higher: Infected/inflammed tissues cause a decreased a…
bases: They are composed of an aromatic residue, amino group,…
dilators
Local anesthetics act by blocking ____…
Na+
Local anesthetics become more effectiv…
lower; higher: Infected/inflammed tissues cause a decreased a…
104 terms
Pharmacology Block 2
LEVALBUTEROL (Xopenex)... CLASSIFICATION
LEVALBUTEROL... MECHANISM OF ACTION
LEVALBUTEROL... INDICATIONS/CONTRAINDICAT…
LEVALBUTEROL... SIDE EFFECTS
Beta2 agonist, sympathomimetic
1. Decreases intracellular calcium concentrations with result…
Bronchospasms/bronchoconstriction from COPD/asthma.... Avoid us…
Cardiovascular: tachycardia, hypertension, palpitations... Neur…
LEVALBUTEROL (Xopenex)... CLASSIFICATION
Beta2 agonist, sympathomimetic
LEVALBUTEROL... MECHANISM OF ACTION
1. Decreases intracellular calcium concentrations with result…
11 terms
Block 2 pharmacology
Diamorphine (heroin)
Oxygen
Atenolol
Propanolol
Opiate receptor agonist ... Analgesic ... Mimic action of opioid…
Oxygen therapy in severe acute asthma (increases PO2 in air t…
Beta-adrenergic antagonist (Beta1) ... Blocks the action of end…
Beta-adrenoceptor antagonist (B1, B2) ... Blocks the action of…
Diamorphine (heroin)
Opiate receptor agonist ... Analgesic ... Mimic action of opioid…
Oxygen
Oxygen therapy in severe acute asthma (increases PO2 in air t…
28 terms
Pharmacology (Block 2)
Alteplase (rATP) - Class
Alteplase (rATP) - Mech of Action
Alteplase (rATP) - Indications
Alteplase (rATP) - Absolute Contraindi…
Fibrinolytic
Alteplase is an enzyme that converts plasminogen to the enzym…
Acute coronary syndrome and acute ischemic stroke.
- Any known prior intracranial hemorrhage ... - Known structural…
Alteplase (rATP) - Class
Fibrinolytic
Alteplase (rATP) - Mech of Action
Alteplase is an enzyme that converts plasminogen to the enzym…
Block 2 - Pharmacology - Cardiovascular Drugs
Direct Vasodilators
Hydralazine, Minoxidil, Sodium Nitropr…
Hydralazine, Minoxidil
Sodium Nitroprusside, Diazoxide
Anti-hypertensive drugs... -Drugs that directly reduce arteriole…
Mechanism... -Drugs that directly reduce arteriole resistance an…
Indications... -Treatment of hypertension... -May be used in combin…
Indications... -Reserved for IV administration during hypertensi…
Direct Vasodilators
Anti-hypertensive drugs... -Drugs that directly reduce arteriole…
Hydralazine, Minoxidil, Sodium Nitropr…
Mechanism... -Drugs that directly reduce arteriole resistance an…
115 terms
Pharmacology Block 2 Drugs
Niacin
Statins: Lovastatin, Atorvastatin, Ros…
Bile acid resins: Colesevelam, cholest…
Fibrates: Gemfibrozil and Fenofibrate
-only nicotinic acid form NOT niacinamide... -short half life... -m…
-mechanism: block HMG CoA reductase-rate limiting step in syn…
-mechanism: binds bile and is excreted into stool so more cho…
-mechanism: increase FA oxidation in muscle and liver and lip…
Niacin
-only nicotinic acid form NOT niacinamide... -short half life... -m…
Statins: Lovastatin, Atorvastatin, Ros…
-mechanism: block HMG CoA reductase-rate limiting step in syn…
166 terms
Pharmacology Block 2
Abciximab
Acetaminophen
Acetazolamide
Acetylsalicyclic Acid (aspirin)
a monoclonal antibody that inhibits platelet glycoprotein IIb…
Para-Aminophenol Derivative... mechanism of action not clearly…
CAI... orally active, weak diuretic, inhibited by acidosis so t…
this is the only irreversible inhibitor of both COX1 and 2.…
Abciximab
a monoclonal antibody that inhibits platelet glycoprotein IIb…
Acetaminophen
Para-Aminophenol Derivative... mechanism of action not clearly…
297 terms
Pharm Block 2
What is the prevalence of asthma in th…
What are some diseases whose pathogene…
What are the two changes that occur on…
Which interluekins are released by T-c…
22 million cases. 4,000 deaths per year. Charlotte was one of…
Atherosclerosis, HTN, Migraines, Asthma
Bronchoconstriction (early phase): Histamine, PGD2 released f…
IL 4,13 on Mast Cell; IL 4,5,13 on Eosinophil
What is the prevalence of asthma in th…
22 million cases. 4,000 deaths per year. Charlotte was one of…
What are some diseases whose pathogene…
Atherosclerosis, HTN, Migraines, Asthma
82 terms
Block 2 - Pharmacology
Catecholamines
Principles of chemical neurotransmission
Steps of norepinephrine synthesis
Autoreceptors
Drugs that have a catechol side group attached to an amine ba…
Synthesis... Storage... Release... Receptor interaction... Termination of…
Tyrosine -> Tyrosine hydroxylase -> L-DOPA -> DOPA decarboxyl…
Receptors of the released neurotransmitter on the same nerve…
Catecholamines
Drugs that have a catechol side group attached to an amine ba…
Principles of chemical neurotransmission
Synthesis... Storage... Release... Receptor interaction... Termination of…
152 terms
Block 2 Pharmacology 1
What is pharmacology?
What is a drug (pharmacologist's defin…
What is 20th and 21st century pharmaco…
What is the difference between disease…
The study of substances that interact with living systems thr…
Any exogenous substance administered to a human or animal tha…
Rational therapeutics and controlled clinical trials, i.e. ev…
DOE, or hard data: physiologic or disease marker measurements…
What is pharmacology?
The study of substances that interact with living systems thr…
What is a drug (pharmacologist's defin…
Any exogenous substance administered to a human or animal tha…
147 terms
Pharm Block 2
what are the curable forms of hyperten…
what are the non-drug approaches to re…
what is the significance of potassium…
what is the mechanism behind renin rel…
RECAP ABCDE... renal disease, estrogens, coarctation, aldosteron…
weight reduction, adopt DASH eating plan (diet rich in fruits…
can lead to severe hyperkalemia if used with a drug that incr…
kidney detects low blood flow, releases renin, renin cleaves…
what are the curable forms of hyperten…
RECAP ABCDE... renal disease, estrogens, coarctation, aldosteron…
what are the non-drug approaches to re…
weight reduction, adopt DASH eating plan (diet rich in fruits…
111 terms
Pharm Block 2
Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors
Carbonic anhydrase inhibitor uses
Carbonic anhydrase inhibitor side effe…
Mannitol mech and uses
acetazolamide and dorzolamide
Glaucoma... Acute mountain sickness (blood is alkaline because C…
-Acidosis... -Hypokalemia ... -Renal stones... -CNS issues eg Paresthe…
inhibits water reabsorption (Osmotic diuretic)... -Decrease IOP…
Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors
acetazolamide and dorzolamide
Carbonic anhydrase inhibitor uses
Glaucoma... Acute mountain sickness (blood is alkaline because C…
167 terms
Pharm Block 2
Nicotine
Verenciline
Pilocarpine
Bethanchol
Smoking Cessation... Nasal Spray: 0.5 mg 8 to 80 times per day…
Smoking Cessation... Partial nicotinic agonist ... Black Box Warn…
Glaucoma ... Sjorens syndrome... Used for acute IOP emergencies... Mu…
Post-op Ilieus & urinary retention
Nicotine
Smoking Cessation... Nasal Spray: 0.5 mg 8 to 80 times per day…
Verenciline
Smoking Cessation... Partial nicotinic agonist ... Black Box Warn…
17 terms
Pharmacology, Block 2 - Questions
Chapter 20
What is a priority nursing action when…
Which is a priority nursing action whe…
The nurse is caring for a child taking…
...
Monitor the patient for seizure activity. ... Central nervous s…
Assessing patient for nervousness... Analeptics are CNS stimula…
Assess for over-the-counter medication use.... Methylphenidate…
Chapter 20
...
What is a priority nursing action when…
Monitor the patient for seizure activity. ... Central nervous s…
181 terms
Pharm Block 2
Probenecid
Sulfinpyrazone
Allopurinol
Febuxostat
Class: Uricosuric... High doses: urate excretion ... Paradoxical ef…
Same MOA as probenecid... SE: GI issues, less hypersensitivity... A…
Xanthine oxidase inhibitor... Inhibit biosynthesis of uric acid…
More specific an inhibitor of XO than allopurinol... Reduced fre…
Probenecid
Class: Uricosuric... High doses: urate excretion ... Paradoxical ef…
Sulfinpyrazone
Same MOA as probenecid... SE: GI issues, less hypersensitivity... A…
126 terms
Pharm Block 2: Renal
URAT1
OAT1 and OAT3
basolateral
apical
Major transporter for urate reabsorption at site a
Primary transporters responsible for urate secretion at site b
OAT1 and OAT3 are located on the ___side of the tubular cell
OAT4 is located on the ___ side of the cell
URAT1
Major transporter for urate reabsorption at site a
OAT1 and OAT3
Primary transporters responsible for urate secretion at site b
73 terms
Pharm Block 2 Description
Prednisone
Cyclosporine
Tacrolimus
Sirolimus
Immunosuppressive oral corticosteroid... Autoimmune disorders... A…
Immunosuppressive cyclic peptide produced by Beauveria nivea…
Immunosuppressive from fungus Streptomyces tsukubaensis... Prev…
mTOR inhibitor... Macrocyclic lactone produced by Streptomyces…
Prednisone
Immunosuppressive oral corticosteroid... Autoimmune disorders... A…
Cyclosporine
Immunosuppressive cyclic peptide produced by Beauveria nivea…
247 terms
Pharm - Block 2
Arrhythmia
What are the forms of abnormal activit…
Disorders of impulse conduction
Classification of drugs
- cardiac depolarizations that deviate from the normal patter…
- early after depolarization = slow HR ... - delayed after depol…
- bradycardia with AV block ... - Tachycardia with reentrant cir…
- Class 1 = sodium channel blockade ... - Class 2= action on sym…
Arrhythmia
- cardiac depolarizations that deviate from the normal patter…
What are the forms of abnormal activit…
- early after depolarization = slow HR ... - delayed after depol…
54 terms
Pharm block 2 Antibiotics
Beta lactam Ab MOA
Beta lactam Abs 2
Block prokaryotic (50s + 30s) ribosome…
Inhibit nucleic synthesis 2
Block bacterial cell wall synthesis
penicillin + cephalosporin
aminoglycosides... Chloramphenicol... macrolides... tetracyclines
fluoroquinolones... rifampin
Beta lactam Ab MOA
Block bacterial cell wall synthesis
Beta lactam Abs 2
penicillin + cephalosporin
657 terms
Pharm block 2
Abciximab
Abciximab MOA
Prophy - re-stenosis post PTCA
tPA
Eptifibatide ... Tirofiban
gp2b3a ... block binding of platelet
Gp2b3a antagonist + aspirin
Alteplase ... Reteplase
Abciximab
Eptifibatide ... Tirofiban
Abciximab MOA
gp2b3a ... block binding of platelet
70 terms
Pharm Block 2 Kinetics
Prednisone
Cyclosporine
Tacrolimus
Sirolimus
PO doses from 5-100mg QD... Metabolized in the liver to prednis…
PO or IV for immunosuppression at 2.5-15 mg/kg QD; narrow the…
IV or PO; PO absorption is highly variable (needs individuali…
Solution or tablets for PO administration (2-5 mg QD)... Cypher…
Prednisone
PO doses from 5-100mg QD... Metabolized in the liver to prednis…
Cyclosporine
PO or IV for immunosuppression at 2.5-15 mg/kg QD; narrow the…
18 terms
Pharm Diabetes Block 2
Lispro... Aspart... Glulisine
Crystaline Zinc Insulin... Soluble Insuli…
NPH... Isophane... Lente
Ultralente... Glargine... Determir... Protamine…
Rapid Acting Insulin
Regular Insulin
Intermediate Acting Insulin
Slow Acting Insulin
Lispro... Aspart... Glulisine
Rapid Acting Insulin
Crystaline Zinc Insulin... Soluble Insuli…
Regular Insulin
44 terms
Antihyperlipidemics pharm block 2
HMG-COA Reductase inhibitors
Type I Hyperlipidemia
hyperchylomicronemia t/t
Bile acid sequestrants
statins
exogenous aka hyperchylomicronemia
none: diet
resins
HMG-COA Reductase inhibitors
statins
Type I Hyperlipidemia
exogenous aka hyperchylomicronemia
120 terms
Pharmacology Block 2
What is the definition of pharmacogene…
Name some environmental or patient fac…
What type of evidence suggests that ge…
Name two main aims of pharmacogenetics
Pharmacogenetics is the genetic basic for different resonses…
Body weight, liver function, age, sex, smoking status, immuno…
Twins study shows high correlation of drug metabolic rate in…
Reduce the rates of adverse drug reactions by being able to i…
What is the definition of pharmacogene…
Pharmacogenetics is the genetic basic for different resonses…
Name some environmental or patient fac…
Body weight, liver function, age, sex, smoking status, immuno…
204 terms
Pharm Block 2 Drugs
DoC for central diabetes insipidus
Used for nocturnal enuresis and von Wi…
V1a/V2 antagonist, can be used in Hypo…
Selective V2 antagonist, can be used i…
Desmopressin - ADH agonist
Vasopressin - ADH agonist, ↑ coagulation factor VIII production
Conivaptan
Tolvaptan
DoC for central diabetes insipidus
Desmopressin - ADH agonist
Used for nocturnal enuresis and von Wi…
Vasopressin - ADH agonist, ↑ coagulation factor VIII production
230 terms
Pharm Block 2
Drugs activating this receptor are use…
Epinephrine effects on the heart... A. P…
Receptor activation primarily responsi…
Benign prostate hypertrophy (BPH) is c…
C. β - 2 Adrenergic
D. A & C
B. β -1
E. Testosterone reductase
Drugs activating this receptor are use…
C. β - 2 Adrenergic
Epinephrine effects on the heart... A. P…
D. A & C
74 terms
Pharmacology II -- Block 2
Phenobarbital
Clonazepam
Diazepam (Valium)... Lorazepam (Ativan)
Tiagabine (Gabitril)
Barbiturate / GABA signaling enhancer... MOA: Binds GABA-A re…
Benzodiazepine / GABA signaling enhancer... MOA: Enhances ion…
Benzodiazepine (IV) / GABA signaling enhancer... MOA: Binds G…
Antiepileptic / GABA signaling enhancer... MOA: Inhibits GABA…
Phenobarbital
Barbiturate / GABA signaling enhancer... MOA: Binds GABA-A re…
Clonazepam
Benzodiazepine / GABA signaling enhancer... MOA: Enhances ion…
139 terms
Pharmacology II Block 2
Drugs used for the acute relief of an…
What medical treatments should be impl…
Drugs used for the prophylaxis of angi…
First line agents for managing Prinzme…
• Sublingual Nitroglycerin... • Sublingual Isosorbide dinitrate…
M.O.N.A.... Morphine:... • pain & anxiety and relieves... • Morphine…
• Oral or transdermal Nitroglycerin... • Oral Isosorbide dinitra…
Mono- or combination therapy with:... 1. Nitrates (may be added…
Drugs used for the acute relief of an…
• Sublingual Nitroglycerin... • Sublingual Isosorbide dinitrate…
What medical treatments should be impl…
M.O.N.A.... Morphine:... • pain & anxiety and relieves... • Morphine…
139 terms
Pharmacology II Block 2
Drugs used for the acute relief of an…
What medical treatments should be impl…
Drugs used for the prophylaxis of angi…
First line agents for managing Prinzme…
• Sublingual Nitroglycerin... • Sublingual Isosorbide dinitrate…
M.O.N.A.... Morphine:... • pain & anxiety and relieves... • Morphine…
• Oral or transdermal Nitroglycerin... • Oral Isosorbide dinitra…
Mono- or combination therapy with:... 1. Nitrates (may be added…
Drugs used for the acute relief of an…
• Sublingual Nitroglycerin... • Sublingual Isosorbide dinitrate…
What medical treatments should be impl…
M.O.N.A.... Morphine:... • pain & anxiety and relieves... • Morphine…
41 terms
Pharm Block 2
Cromolyn Sodium
Beclomethasone, Budesonide, Fluticason…
Theophyllone, Dyphylline
Terbutaline, Bitolterol, Levalbuterol,…
inhibits mast cell degranulation and release of proinflammato…
inhaled corticosteroids, maintenence therapy for asthma
methylxanthines, oral maintenance therapy for asthma, increas…
short acting B adrenergic agonist, rescue medication for asthma
Cromolyn Sodium
inhibits mast cell degranulation and release of proinflammato…
Beclomethasone, Budesonide, Fluticason…
inhaled corticosteroids, maintenence therapy for asthma
58 terms
Pharm Block 2
Goserelin
Leuprorelin (Leuprolide)
Nafarelin
Ganirelix
GnRH receptor agonist used in prostate/breast cancer treatmen…
GnRH receptor agonist used in prostate/breast cancer treatmen…
GnRH receptor agonist used in prostate/breast cancer treatmen…
GnRH receptor antagonist used to suppress premature LH surges…
Goserelin
GnRH receptor agonist used in prostate/breast cancer treatmen…
Leuprorelin (Leuprolide)
GnRH receptor agonist used in prostate/breast cancer treatmen…
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