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Pharmacology Chapter 22 (Drugs for Lipid Disorders)
HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors/Statins... F…
Bile-Acid Resins... * Mechanism of action…
Nicotinic Acid... * Mechanism of action:…
Fibric-Acid Agents... * Mechanism of acti…
atorvastatin (Lipitor)... Other examples: fluvastatin (Lescol),…
cholestyramine (Questran)
niacin
gemfibrozil (Lopid)
HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors/Statins... F…
atorvastatin (Lipitor)... Other examples: fluvastatin (Lescol),…
Bile-Acid Resins... * Mechanism of action…
cholestyramine (Questran)
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Chapter 22: Lipid Disorders
>>Total cholesterol ... desirable level
>Total cholesterol ... High risk
>>LDL cholesterol ... optimal level
>LDL cholesterol ... very high risk
-less than 200 mg/dL
-greater than 240
-less than 100 mg/dL
-greater than 190
>>Total cholesterol ... desirable level
-less than 200 mg/dL
>Total cholesterol ... High risk
-greater than 240
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Chapter 22 Lipid Disorders
High density lipoprotein (HDL) assists…
Gemfibrozil (Lopid) should be administ…
Niacin will cause flushing, which is w…
Elevated creatine phosphokinase (CPK)…
TRUE
food
warm
myopathy
High density lipoprotein (HDL) assists…
TRUE
Gemfibrozil (Lopid) should be administ…
food
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Chapter 22. Drugs for Lipid Disorders
Apoprotein
Atherosclerosis
Bile acid sequestrant
Dyslipidemia
protein component of a lipoprotein
condition characterized by a buildup of fatty plaque and loss…
drug that binds bile acids; or resins, bind bile acids, which…
abnormal (excess or deficient) level of lipoproteins in the b…
Apoprotein
protein component of a lipoprotein
Atherosclerosis
condition characterized by a buildup of fatty plaque and loss…
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Chapter 22 Drugs for Lipid Disorders
The nurse teaches a client with a diag…
A nurse has taken a health history of…
A client has been started on gemfibroz…
The nurse evaluates the effectiveness…
b. Triglycerides.... Rationale: Triglycerides are the major sto…
a. The client smokes cigarettes.... d. Intake of dietary fiber i…
a. Obtain an international normalized ratio (INR).... Rationale…
d. HDL 40, LDL 90... Rationale: The optimal level of LDL is now…
The nurse teaches a client with a diag…
b. Triglycerides.... Rationale: Triglycerides are the major sto…
A nurse has taken a health history of…
a. The client smokes cigarettes.... d. Intake of dietary fiber i…
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Chapter 22- Drugs for Lipid Disorders
Hyperlipidemia
Hypercholesterolemia
Dyslipidemia
Atherosclerosis
High levels of lipids in the blood- major risk for cardiovasc…
high blood cholesterol
abnormal levels of lipoproteins (either excess or deficiencies)
A build up of cholesterol plaque in the walls of arteries cau…
Hyperlipidemia
High levels of lipids in the blood- major risk for cardiovasc…
Hypercholesterolemia
high blood cholesterol
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Chapter 22: Drugs for Lipid Disorders
The Statin sisters: HMG-COA Reductase…
The Statin sisters: HMG-COA Reductase…
The Statin sisters: HMG-COA Reductase…
The Statin sisters: HMG-COA Reductase…
lower cholesterol, need it but cannot have too much, don't wa…
The "statins"... -atorvastatin (lipitor)... -pravastatin (Pravachol…
inhibits HMG- CoA reductase: decrease cardiovascular risk, CA…
Primary use: reduces serum- lipid levels
The Statin sisters: HMG-COA Reductase…
lower cholesterol, need it but cannot have too much, don't wa…
The Statin sisters: HMG-COA Reductase…
The "statins"... -atorvastatin (lipitor)... -pravastatin (Pravachol…
pharmacology chapter 22 Drugs for Lipids
atorvastatin (Lipitor)
cholestyramine (Questran)
genfibrozil (Lopid)
three types of lipids
antihyperlipidemic ... lipid disorder drug ... used for hyperchol…
antihyperlipidemic(bile acid sequestrant)... lipid disorder dru…
antihyperlipidemic/ fibric acid agent... lipid disorder drug…
triglycerides ... phospholipids ... steriods
atorvastatin (Lipitor)
antihyperlipidemic ... lipid disorder drug ... used for hyperchol…
cholestyramine (Questran)
antihyperlipidemic(bile acid sequestrant)... lipid disorder dru…
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Pharmacology ch 22, Drugs for Lipid Disorders
Hyperlipidemia
What are the genetic and lifestyle con…
Lifestyle changes for Hyperlipidemia
Statins
-High levels of lipids in blood (major risk factor for cardio…
-diets high in saturated fat and lack of exercise contribute…
--Always included in treatment plan... -monitor blood-lipid leve…
-Interfere with the synthesis of cholesterol... -First drugs of…
Hyperlipidemia
-High levels of lipids in blood (major risk factor for cardio…
What are the genetic and lifestyle con…
-diets high in saturated fat and lack of exercise contribute…
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Chapter 22- Drugs for Lipid Disorders
Define hyperlipidemia.
Define hypercholesterolemia.
Define Dyslipidemia
What are the 3 types of lipids?
High levels of lipids in blood
Elevated blood cholesterol
Abnormal levels of lipoproteins, excess or deficient
Triglycerides ... Phospholipids ... Steroids
Define hyperlipidemia.
High levels of lipids in blood
Define hypercholesterolemia.
Elevated blood cholesterol
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CHAPTER 22 Drugs for Lipid Disorders
what is hyperlipidemia?
what is hyperlipidemia a major factor…
what are most patients until cardiovas…
what are the two contributors of hyper…
high levels of lipids in blood
cardiovascular disease
asymptomatic
genetic and lifestyle
what is hyperlipidemia?
high levels of lipids in blood
what is hyperlipidemia a major factor…
cardiovascular disease
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Lipid disorder drugs (chapter 22)
HMG-COA Reductase inhibitor
bile acid sequestrant
fibric acid agent
food
Atorvastatin (lipitor) is a
cholestyramine (questran) is a
femfibrozil (lopid) is a
Atorvastatin (lipitor) should be administered with ....
HMG-COA Reductase inhibitor
Atorvastatin (lipitor) is a
bile acid sequestrant
cholestyramine (questran) is a
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pharmacology chapter 22 Drugs for Lipids
atorvastatin (Lipitor)
cholestyramine (Questran)
genfibrozil (Lopid)
three types of lipids
antihyperlipidemic ... lipid disorder drug ... used for hyperchol…
antihyperlipidemic(bile acid sequestrant)... lipid disorder dru…
antihyperlipidemic/ fibric acid agent... lipid disorder drug…
triglycerides ... phospholipids ... steriods
atorvastatin (Lipitor)
antihyperlipidemic ... lipid disorder drug ... used for hyperchol…
cholestyramine (Questran)
antihyperlipidemic(bile acid sequestrant)... lipid disorder dru…
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Cardiac drugs - chapter 22 (lipid disorders)
drugs for lipid disorders
drug of choice to reduce blood lipid l…
statin MOA
route for ALL statins
statins... bile acid sequestrants... niacin... fibric acid agents... chol…
statins
interfere with synthesis of cholesterol... 1) inhibits HMG-CoA…
oral
drugs for lipid disorders
statins... bile acid sequestrants... niacin... fibric acid agents... chol…
drug of choice to reduce blood lipid l…
statins
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Chapter 22: Drugs for Lipid Disorders Concepts
Types of lipids
Triglycerides
Phospholipids
Lecithin
Triglycerides... Phospholipids... Steroids
Neutral fats... 90% of all the fat in the body
Essential to building plasma membrane... Lecithin-best known pho…
Found in egg yolks and soybeans... Proposed remedy 4 Alzheimer's…
Types of lipids
Triglycerides... Phospholipids... Steroids
Triglycerides
Neutral fats... 90% of all the fat in the body
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Chapter 22 - Drugs for Lipid Disorders (PROTOTYPES)
What is the therapeutic class for ator…
What is the pharmacologic class for at…
What are the actions and uses of atorv…
What are the administration alerts for…
Antihyperlipidemic
HMG-CoA inhibitor, statin
-Primary indication is hypercholesterolemia... -Acts by inhibiti…
-Administer with food... -May be taken any time of day
What is the therapeutic class for ator…
Antihyperlipidemic
What is the pharmacologic class for at…
HMG-CoA inhibitor, statin
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Chapter 22 - Drugs for Lipid Disorders (PROTOTYPES)
What is the therapeutic class for ator…
What is the pharmacologic class for at…
What are the actions and uses of atorv…
What are the administration alerts for…
Antihyperlipidemic
HMG-CoA inhibitor, statin
-Primary indication is hypercholesterolemia... -Acts by inhibiti…
-Administer with food... -May be taken any time of day
What is the therapeutic class for ator…
Antihyperlipidemic
What is the pharmacologic class for at…
HMG-CoA inhibitor, statin
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Pharmacology - Chapter 22 Terms - Hepatic and Pancreatic Disorders
Ascites
Cirrhosis
Hepatic Encephalopathy (HE)
Hepatitis
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity. This…
A chronic liver disease that is a result of longstanding or r…
Dysfunction of the brain and nervous system that occurs in pa…
This means inflammation of the liver and may be caused by a v…
Ascites
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity. This…
Cirrhosis
A chronic liver disease that is a result of longstanding or r…
pharmacology final - ch. 22 (lipid disorders)
triglycerides
phospholipids
lecithins
steriods
major storage of fat in body, only type of lipid that serves…
essential for building plasma membranes
type of phospholipid; found in egg yolk and soybean
cholesterol is most common known
triglycerides
major storage of fat in body, only type of lipid that serves…
phospholipids
essential for building plasma membranes
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Pharmacology: Ch. 22: Drugs for Lipid Disorders
Triglycerides
Phospholipids
Lecithin
Steroids
Neutral fats that account for 90% of total lipids in the body…
Essential to building plasma membranes.
A phospholipid found in high concentration in soybeans and eg…
Class of lipids that includes a diverse group of substances c…
Triglycerides
Neutral fats that account for 90% of total lipids in the body…
Phospholipids
Essential to building plasma membranes.
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Pharm - Chapter 22 - Drugs for Lipid Disorders - Test 2 - Murton
HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitors (Drugs)
HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitors (Ending)
HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitors (Mechanis…
HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitors (Primary…
atorvastatin (Lipitor)... pravastatin (Pravachol)... lovastatin (Me…
- vastatin
Inhibits HMG CoA Reductase
Lowers serum lipid levels
HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitors (Drugs)
atorvastatin (Lipitor)... pravastatin (Pravachol)... lovastatin (Me…
HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitors (Ending)
- vastatin
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Pharmacology Ch. 22 Lipid Disorder Drugs
What do LDLs do?
What do VLDLs do?
What do HDLs do?
Hyperlipidemia definition:... Major risk…
They transport cholesterol from the liver to the tissues and…
They transport triglycerides in the blood stream.
They transport cholesterol from the body tissues back to the…
the general term meaning high levels of lipids in the blood.…
What do LDLs do?
They transport cholesterol from the liver to the tissues and…
What do VLDLs do?
They transport triglycerides in the blood stream.
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Pharm Ch 22 Lipid Disorders
apoprotein
atheroclerosis
high-density lipoprotein (HDL)
lecithins
protein component of a lipoprotein
condition characterized by a buildup of fatty plaque and loss…
lipid-carrying particle in the blood that contains high amoun…
phospholipid that is an important component of cell membranes
apoprotein
protein component of a lipoprotein
atheroclerosis
condition characterized by a buildup of fatty plaque and loss…
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pharmacology chapter 22
Statins
all statins are contra indicated in
Adverse effects of statins
rhabdomyolysis
Interfere with the synthesis of cholesterol.... First drugs of c…
pregnancies.
headache, fatigue, muscle or joint pain, and heartburn, rarel…
is a breakdown of muscle fibers usually due to muscle trauma…
Statins
Interfere with the synthesis of cholesterol.... First drugs of c…
all statins are contra indicated in
pregnancies.
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Chapter 22 Pharmacology
adverse reaction
anaphylactic shock
bacteriostatic
brand name
The body's reaction to a drug in an unexpected way that may e…
A life-threatening, hypersensitive reaction to food or drugs.…
Stopping or controlling the growth of bacteria.
The name under which the drug is sold by a specific manufactu…
adverse reaction
The body's reaction to a drug in an unexpected way that may e…
anaphylactic shock
A life-threatening, hypersensitive reaction to food or drugs.…
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Ch 22 Drugs for Lipid Disorders
1. triglycerides... 2. phospholipids... 3. s…
Triglyceride
Phospholipid
Steroid
3 primary types of lipids
Type of lipid that contains three fatty acids and a chemical…
Type of lipid that contains two fatty acids, a phosphate grou…
Type of lipid consisting of four rings that is a structural c…
1. triglycerides... 2. phospholipids... 3. s…
3 primary types of lipids
Triglyceride
Type of lipid that contains three fatty acids and a chemical…
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Chapter 22, Introduction to Pharmacology
atrioventricular node
atrioventricular bundle
automaticity
bundle branches
AV node, receives the electrical message from the SA node the…
also called the bundle of His, receives the electrical messag…
the ability of cells to spontaneously generate an electrical…
tissue that carries electrical signal impulse from the atriov…
atrioventricular node
AV node, receives the electrical message from the SA node the…
atrioventricular bundle
also called the bundle of His, receives the electrical messag…
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Pharmacology - Chapter 22
what is parkinsonism?
what is the most common form of parkin…
what is Parkinson's disease caused by?
what is the most common treatment moda…
a syndrome characterized by muscle rigidity, resting tremor,…
Parkinson's disease
neurodegeneration of the substantia nigra
increasing dopaminergic neurotransmission... - anticholinergics
what is parkinsonism?
a syndrome characterized by muscle rigidity, resting tremor,…
what is the most common form of parkin…
Parkinson's disease
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Drugs for Lipid Disorders Ch 22
What is the Therapeutic class of Atorv…
What is the Pharmacologic class of Ato…
What is the uses for Atorvastatin (Lip…
What are the adverse effects for Atorv…
Antihyperlipidemic
Statin
hypercholesterolemia
headache, GI upset (diarrhea, constipation, Intestinal crampi…
What is the Therapeutic class of Atorv…
Antihyperlipidemic
What is the Pharmacologic class of Ato…
Statin
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Adams Ch 22 - Drugs for Lipid Disorders
APOPROTEIN
ATHEROSCLEROSIS
BILE ACID RESIN
DYSLIPIDEMIA
PROTEIN COMPONENT OF A LIPOPROTEIN
CONDITION CHARACTERIZED BY A BUILDUP OF FATTY PLAQUE AND LOSS…
DRUG THAT BINDS BILE ACIDS, THUS LOWERING CHOLESTEROL
ABNORMAL (EXCESS OR DEFICIENT) LEVEL OF LIPOPROTEINS IN THE B…
APOPROTEIN
PROTEIN COMPONENT OF A LIPOPROTEIN
ATHEROSCLEROSIS
CONDITION CHARACTERIZED BY A BUILDUP OF FATTY PLAQUE AND LOSS…
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Lipid Metabolism, Disorders & Pharmacology
T
F
LDLs
Chylomicron
TorF: Cholesterol in the gut is derived mainly from the bile…
TorF: TAGs in the gut are derived mainly from the bile duct,…
70% of cholesterol is carried on X (lipoprotein)?
Carry TAGs & FFAs
T
TorF: Cholesterol in the gut is derived mainly from the bile…
F
TorF: TAGs in the gut are derived mainly from the bile duct,…
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Blood Lipid Disorders Pharmacology
HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitors: drugs, m…
Structural property of statins that al…
Which statins are most efficacious?
HMG CoA acts where in the cholesterol…
Statins: Atorvastatin (Lipitor), simvastatin (Zocor), and ros…
contain HMG CoA intermediate attachment
Atorvastatin (Lipitor) and rosuvastatin (Crestor)
It is the rate limiting step
HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitors: drugs, m…
Statins: Atorvastatin (Lipitor), simvastatin (Zocor), and ros…
Structural property of statins that al…
contain HMG CoA intermediate attachment
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CH 22 drug for lipid disorders
Triglycerides (lab levels less than 150)
phospholipids
steroids
hypercholesterolemia
Neutral fat (major storage from fat and important source of e…
Lecithin (found in egg yolks and soy beans)
cholesterol (most well known)
elevated blood cholesterol
Triglycerides (lab levels less than 150)
Neutral fat (major storage from fat and important source of e…
phospholipids
Lecithin (found in egg yolks and soy beans)
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CH 22 Adams Drugs for Lipid Disorder
Hyperlipidemia
Three types of lipids
Hyperlipidemia
Hypercholesterolemia
-High levels of lipids in blood—major risk factor for cardiov…
-Triglycerides... -Phospholipids... -Steroids
High levels of lipids in the blood
Elevated blood cholesterol
Hyperlipidemia
-High levels of lipids in blood—major risk factor for cardiov…
Three types of lipids
-Triglycerides... -Phospholipids... -Steroids
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Pharmacology Chapter 22: Anticonvulsants
Seizure
Convulsion
Diagnostic equipment of epilepsy:
EEG
results from abnormal electric discharges from the cerebral n…
involuntary paroxysmal muscular contractions.
EEG... CT... MRI
records abnormal electric discharfes of the cerebral cortex.
Seizure
results from abnormal electric discharges from the cerebral n…
Convulsion
involuntary paroxysmal muscular contractions.
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Drugs for Lipid Disorders[Pharmacology]
3 primary lipids
What is a Triglyceride?
What is a Phospholipid?
What is a steroid?
Triglycerides, Phospholipids, Steroids
neutral fat, common source of energy, storage form of fat in…
used in the making of plasma membranes, (lecithins found in e…
diverse group of substances having a common chemical structure
3 primary lipids
Triglycerides, Phospholipids, Steroids
What is a Triglyceride?
neutral fat, common source of energy, storage form of fat in…
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Pharmacology Chapter 22
Absence epilepsy
Alzheimer's Disease
Anticholinergis
Anticonvulsants
absence of convulsions characterized by a sudden 1- 30 sec lo…
Dementia characterized by a devasating progressive decline in…
Drugs that block the actions of the parasympathetic nervous s…
Medications used to reduce the number or severity of seizures…
Absence epilepsy
absence of convulsions characterized by a sudden 1- 30 sec lo…
Alzheimer's Disease
Dementia characterized by a devasating progressive decline in…
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Pharmacology Chapter 22
Hypertension is a major risk factor for:
The four stages of Hypertension:
When the specific cause of hypertensio…
Which is more common, essential or sec…
Coronary artery disease, CVD, and death from CVD
normal, prehypertension, stage 1 hypertension, stage 2 hypert…
Essential Hypertension
essential, accounts for about 90% of cases of hypertension
Hypertension is a major risk factor for:
Coronary artery disease, CVD, and death from CVD
The four stages of Hypertension:
normal, prehypertension, stage 1 hypertension, stage 2 hypert…
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Pharmacology Chapter 22 Vocabulary
Antipsychotic
Attention- Deficit Disorder
Bipolar Disorder
Major Tranquilizer
Drug used to treat disorders involving thought process; dopam…
Behavioral syndrome characterized by an inability to concentr…
Behavioral disorder that involves extremes of depression alte…
Former name of antipsychotic drugs; the name is no longer use…
Antipsychotic
Drug used to treat disorders involving thought process; dopam…
Attention- Deficit Disorder
Behavioral syndrome characterized by an inability to concentr…
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chapter 22: lipids
hyperlipidemia
hypercholesterolemia
dyslipidemia
three types of lipids
high levels of lipids in blood
elevated blood cholesterol levels
abnormal levels of lipoproteins (either elevated of deficient)
triglycerides, phospholipids, steroids
hyperlipidemia
high levels of lipids in blood
hypercholesterolemia
elevated blood cholesterol levels
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Pharmacology Chapter 22
Apoprotein
Atherosclerosis
Bile acid sequestrant
Dyslipidemia
protein component of a lipoprotein
condition characterized by a buildup of fatty plaque and loss…
drug that binds bile acids
abnormal (excess or deficient) level of lipoproteins in the b…
Apoprotein
protein component of a lipoprotein
Atherosclerosis
condition characterized by a buildup of fatty plaque and loss…
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Pharmacology Chapter 22, Hypertension
Angiotensin II
Cardiac Output
Peripheral Vascular Resistance
Diastolic Blood Pressure
a potent vasoconstrictor, __________ is produced when the ren…
is defined as the volume of blood ejected from the left ventr…
is defined as resistance to the flow of blood in peripheral a…
is the measure of blood pressure when the heart is at rest (d…
Angiotensin II
a potent vasoconstrictor, __________ is produced when the ren…
Cardiac Output
is defined as the volume of blood ejected from the left ventr…
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CHAPTER 22 (PHARMACOLOGY)-OVERVIEW
Pharmacology:
Drug:
Pharmacodynamics:
Pharmacist:
Field of medicine that specializes in the study of drugs, the…
Any substance that when taken into the body, may modify one o…
study of how drugs interact in the human body
One who is licensed to prepare and dispense drugs
Pharmacology:
Field of medicine that specializes in the study of drugs, the…
Drug:
Any substance that when taken into the body, may modify one o…
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Chapter 22 Visual and Auditory Disorders
Hordeloum (S/S and treatment)
Blepharitis (S/S and treatment)
Conjuctivitis (S/S and treatment)
Keratitis
AKA a sty. It is an infection of the sebacceous oil gland on…
bilateral inflammation of the lid margin. Symptoms include it…
inflammation or infection of the conjuctiva. S/S are redness,…
Inflammation or infection of the cornea. Can be caused by:... Ba…
Hordeloum (S/S and treatment)
AKA a sty. It is an infection of the sebacceous oil gland on…
Blepharitis (S/S and treatment)
bilateral inflammation of the lid margin. Symptoms include it…
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Chapter 22 UTA Pharmacology
Alpha, Blockers
Antihypertensive drugs
Cardiac Output
Centrally acting adrenergic drugs
Drugs that primarily cause arterial and venous dilation throu…
Medications used to treat hypertension
The amount of blood ejected from the left ventricle.
Drugs that modify the function of the sympathetic nervous sys…
Alpha, Blockers
Drugs that primarily cause arterial and venous dilation throu…
Antihypertensive drugs
Medications used to treat hypertension
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Chapter 22 lipids and cardiovascular disease
Contributors of hyperlipidemia
Triglycerides
Phospholipids
Steroids
Diests in high saturated fats... Lack of exercise ... Genetics dete…
Lipid... Neutral fat ... Energy source
Essential to plasma membrane
Function of cholesterol ... Production of Vitamin D, bile acids,…
Contributors of hyperlipidemia
Diests in high saturated fats... Lack of exercise ... Genetics dete…
Triglycerides
Lipid... Neutral fat ... Energy source
49 terms
Pharmacology Chapter 22 Anticonvulsants
A seizure results from
Convulsion
EEG
Of all seizures, 75% are considered to…
abnormal electric discharges from the cerebral neurons and is…
involuntary paroxysmal muscular contractions
electroencephalogram
idiopathic
A seizure results from
abnormal electric discharges from the cerebral neurons and is…
Convulsion
involuntary paroxysmal muscular contractions
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Anticonvulsants chapter 22 pharmacology
seizure
Convulsion
Electroencephalogram
Causes of seizures
abnormal electric discharges from the cerebral neurons ... Char…
Involuntary paroxysmal muscular contraction
computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI…
75% are primary or idiopathic (unknown cause) ... Others are due…
seizure
abnormal electric discharges from the cerebral neurons ... Char…
Convulsion
Involuntary paroxysmal muscular contraction
48 terms
Chapter 22: Pharmacology
pharmacist
schedule I drugs
schedule V drugs
anaphylactic shock
one who is licensed to prepare and dispense drugs
not considered to be legitimate for medical use in the united…
small potential for abuse or addiction. these drugs may be or…
a life threatening, hypersensitive reaction to food or drugs.…
pharmacist
one who is licensed to prepare and dispense drugs
schedule I drugs
not considered to be legitimate for medical use in the united…
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Pharmacology Chapter 22
triglycerides
energy
phospholipids
lecithins
The most common type of lipids are the ______, or neutral fat…
Triglycerides are the major storage form of fat in the body a…
_____ are lipids that are essential to building plasma membra…
The best known phospholipids are _____, which are found in hi…
triglycerides
The most common type of lipids are the ______, or neutral fat…
energy
Triglycerides are the major storage form of fat in the body a…
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