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Pharmacology for Nurses Chapter 7
Medication Error
medication error index
Medication errors
Medication administration record (MAR)
any preventable event that may cause or lead to inappropriate…
categorizes medication errors by evaluating the extent of the…
the most common cause of morbidity and preventable death with…
documentation of all pharmacotherapies received by the patient
Medication Error
any preventable event that may cause or lead to inappropriate…
medication error index
categorizes medication errors by evaluating the extent of the…
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Pharmacology for Nurses Chapter 7
Medication Error
medication error index
Medication errors
Medication administration record (MAR)
any preventable event that may cause or lead to inappropriate…
categorizes medication errors by evaluating the extent of the…
the most common cause of morbidity and preventable death with…
documentation of all pharmacotherapies received by the patient
Medication Error
any preventable event that may cause or lead to inappropriate…
medication error index
categorizes medication errors by evaluating the extent of the…
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Nursing Pharmacology: Chapter 7
False
progesterone
tidal volume
Increased absorption
Most drugs given during pregnancy will not pass to the fetus.
decreases gastric tone and motility and prolongs stomach empt…
increases 30% to 40%, with a 50% increase in minute volume by…
What will be the effect of inhaled medications during pregnan…
False
Most drugs given during pregnancy will not pass to the fetus.
progesterone
decreases gastric tone and motility and prolongs stomach empt…
Introduction to Nursing Pharmacology-Chapter 7
Selective Toxicity
Therapeutic Actions
Resistance
Bactericidal
Ability of medicine to affect certain proteins or enzyme syst…
Interference with biosynthesis of pathogen cell wall... Interfer…
Natural or acquired; ability of a pathogen over time to adapt…
Anti-infective that causes cell death
Selective Toxicity
Ability of medicine to affect certain proteins or enzyme syst…
Therapeutic Actions
Interference with biosynthesis of pathogen cell wall... Interfer…
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Focus on Nursing Pharmacology chapter 7
Cell cycle
Cell membrane
Cytoplasm
Diffusion
Life cycle of a cell, which includes the phases G0, G1, S, G2…
Lipoprotein structure that separates the interior of a cell f…
Lies within the cell membrane; contains organelles for produc…
Movement of solutes from an area of high concentration to an…
Cell cycle
Life cycle of a cell, which includes the phases G0, G1, S, G2…
Cell membrane
Lipoprotein structure that separates the interior of a cell f…
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Chapter 2 (Pharm) - Application of Pharmacology in Nursing Practice
What are the two major areas in which…
What are the seven aspects of drug the…
What are the three basic goals of asse…
What tools do nurses use to identify h…
- Patient Care... - Patient Education
1) Preadministration assessment... 2) Dosage and Administration…
1) collecting baseline data needed to evaluate therapeutic an…
- patient history... - physical examination... - laboratory data
What are the two major areas in which…
- Patient Care... - Patient Education
What are the seven aspects of drug the…
1) Preadministration assessment... 2) Dosage and Administration…
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Pharm Chapter 4: The Nursing Process and Pharmacology
Assessment, diagnosis, planning, imple…
Actual, risk, health promotion and wel…
diagnostic label, contributing factors…
diagnostic label, risk factors
List the stages of the nursing process.
List the types of nursing diagnoses.
The wording of an actual nursing diagnosis takes the form of…
The wording of a risk nursing diagnosis has two parts. What a…
Assessment, diagnosis, planning, imple…
List the stages of the nursing process.
Actual, risk, health promotion and wel…
List the types of nursing diagnoses.
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PHARM: Nursing Pharmacology
sources of drugs
chemical scientific name
generic name
trade/brand name
plants... animals... synthetic chemical
formula that denotes the composition of the drug. made up of…
non-propriety name. not owned by any drug company & is univer…
proprietary (owned by company)... used for marketing, registered…
sources of drugs
plants... animals... synthetic chemical
chemical scientific name
formula that denotes the composition of the drug. made up of…
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Nursing Pharmacology Chapter 7 Cultural and Pharmacogenetic Considerations
Ethnopharmacology
Pharmacogenetics
Culture is defined as
Community
is the study of drug responses that may be unique to an indiv…
the effect of a drug that varies from the predicted response…
sets of learned behavior and ideas that human beings acquire…
is a cluster of individuals who function as a group to attain…
Ethnopharmacology
is the study of drug responses that may be unique to an indiv…
Pharmacogenetics
the effect of a drug that varies from the predicted response…
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Pharm ch 6 Nursing & pharmacology
nursing process
assessment
baseline data
subjective
systematic method --> problem solving... forms foundation --> nu…
systematic collection, organization, validation and documenta…
gathered from patient... compared to information obtained from l…
patient describes
nursing process
systematic method --> problem solving... forms foundation --> nu…
assessment
systematic collection, organization, validation and documenta…
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Pharm Exam 1-Pharmacology for Nursing
Pharmacology comes from the greek work…
Pharmacology definition
Drug definition
Pharmacodynamics
Poision or potion/the study of poison
The study of the manner in which the function of living syste…
Any chemical substance other than those required for normal s…
How drugs interact with cells, tissues, and organs
Pharmacology comes from the greek work…
Poision or potion/the study of poison
Pharmacology definition
The study of the manner in which the function of living syste…
Nursing Process- Penicillin, Cephalosporin and Carbapenems: Chapter 7 (PHARM)
Preadministration Assessment
Ongoing Assessment
Nursing Alert
Drug Specific Nursing Diagnosis
review patients general health history... culture and sensitivit…
evaluate patients response to therapy... decrease in temperature…
hypersensitivity reaction may occur. consult PCP.
Impaired Skin Integrity... risk for impaired gas exchange... Diarrhea
Preadministration Assessment
review patients general health history... culture and sensitivit…
Ongoing Assessment
evaluate patients response to therapy... decrease in temperature…
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PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES CHAPTER 1
BIOLOGICS
CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
CLINICAL PHASE TRIALS
COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES
SUBSTANCES THAT PRODUCE BIOLOGIC RESPONSES WITHIN THE BODY; T…
SECOND STAGE OF DRUG TESTING THAT INVOLVES CLINICAL PHASE TRI…
TESTING OF A NEW DRUG IN SELECTED PATIENTS
INVOLVE NATURAL PLANT EXTRACTS, HERBS, VITAMINS, MINERALS, DI…
BIOLOGICS
SUBSTANCES THAT PRODUCE BIOLOGIC RESPONSES WITHIN THE BODY; T…
CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
SECOND STAGE OF DRUG TESTING THAT INVOLVES CLINICAL PHASE TRI…
Pharmacology-Chapter 7
anticholinergic
Aricept
Tensilon
Atrovent
drugs that block muscarinic receptors
treatment of Alzheimer's disease
Diagnosis of myasthenia gravis
treatment of bronchodilation, asthma, COPD
anticholinergic
drugs that block muscarinic receptors
Aricept
treatment of Alzheimer's disease
Pharmacology Chapter 7
How are enternal medications given
What is the most common route of admin…
Advantages of oral preparations
Disadvantages of oral preparations
Enternal medications are given directly to the GI tract via t…
Through the mouth or orally. PO or by mouth
1. They are easy for the nurse to give and for the patient to…
1.They can not be given to patients with a lot of nausea, who…
How are enternal medications given
Enternal medications are given directly to the GI tract via t…
What is the most common route of admin…
Through the mouth or orally. PO or by mouth
Principals of Pharmacology - chapter 7
Absorption
Contraindication
Side effect
Adsorption
Process by which medications travel through body tissues
Situation in which a drug should not be given
Any action of a drug other than the desired one
To bind or stick to a surface
Absorption
Process by which medications travel through body tissues
Contraindication
Situation in which a drug should not be given
Chapter 7/11 Pharmacology
Absorption
Action
Activated Charcoal
Adsorption
The process by which medications travel through body tissues…
The therapeutic effect of a medication on the body.
An oral medication that binds and adsorbs ingested toxins in…
The process of binding or sticking to a surface.
Absorption
The process by which medications travel through body tissues…
Action
The therapeutic effect of a medication on the body.
Pharm Test 1: Nursing Pharmacology
difference between generic and trade d…
whats the most common way a drug gets…
system of 12 related enzymes that regu…
accelerates renal excretion, inactivat…
absorption rate (onset) can differ; bioavailability differs b…
direct penetration (lipid solubility)
P450
P450
difference between generic and trade d…
absorption rate (onset) can differ; bioavailability differs b…
whats the most common way a drug gets…
direct penetration (lipid solubility)
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Pharmacology - Chapter 7
what are the sympathomimetics?
how do the sympathomimetics act?
are endogenous sympathomimetics used c…
what are the differences between norep…
drugs that mimic the effects of the sympathetic nervous system
- directly - by stimulating alpha or beta receptors... - indirec…
- yes... - emergency medicine
- epinephrine can bind to all adrenergic receptors whereas no…
what are the sympathomimetics?
drugs that mimic the effects of the sympathetic nervous system
how do the sympathomimetics act?
- directly - by stimulating alpha or beta receptors... - indirec…
Pharmacology 1 - Chapter 7
Identify the parts of the human cell.
nucleus
Describe the role of each organelle fo…
ribosomes
nucleus, cell membrane, cytoplasm
the part of a cell that contains the DNA and genetic material…
...
membranous structures that are the sites of protein productio…
Identify the parts of the human cell.
nucleus, cell membrane, cytoplasm
nucleus
the part of a cell that contains the DNA and genetic material…
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Pharmacology- Chapter 7 Key Terms
Alternative Medicine
Complementary medicine
Conventional medicine
Dietary Supplement
Herbal medicine, chiropractic, acupuncture, massage, reflexol…
Alternative medicine when used simultaneously with, rather th…
The practice of medicine as taught in western medical schools.
A product that contains an ingredient intended to supplement…
Alternative Medicine
Herbal medicine, chiropractic, acupuncture, massage, reflexol…
Complementary medicine
Alternative medicine when used simultaneously with, rather th…
Chapter 7 pharm
structure of mucus
Mucolytics
Disease that will thicken mucus
decrease mucolytic clearance
95% water... Gel layer... sol layer... cilia goblet cell in lamina pro…
break down mucus ... if someone is sick water is compromised... # k…
Asthma ... Cystic fibrosis ... Bronchiectasis ... Pneumonia ... Bronchiti…
Intubation w/o humidity ... anesthesia ... O2 therapy ... dehydration…
structure of mucus
95% water... Gel layer... sol layer... cilia goblet cell in lamina pro…
Mucolytics
break down mucus ... if someone is sick water is compromised... # k…
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pharm 1-a nurses perspective of pharmacology
quality and safety education for nurse…
assessment: subjective data
assessment: objective data
planning
patient and family centered care, collaboration and teamwork,…
current health history, patient symptoms, current medications…
physical assessment, lab tests, diagnostic tests and results…
characterized by goal setting. be specific. has to be realist…
quality and safety education for nurse…
patient and family centered care, collaboration and teamwork,…
assessment: subjective data
current health history, patient symptoms, current medications…
Nursing chapter 7 Vocab
Aspiration
Atrophy
Body Mechanics
Chemical Restraint
The inhalation of food, fluid, or foreign material into the l…
weakening or wasting of muscles
The way the parts of the body works together when a person mo…
medications used to control a persons behavior
Aspiration
The inhalation of food, fluid, or foreign material into the l…
Atrophy
weakening or wasting of muscles
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Chapter 7 pharmacology
the amount to be administered at one t…
the total amount of ordered drug, alon…
dose on hand, per the dosage unit
the volume of medication that contains…
desired dose
dosage ordered
dosage strength
dosage unit
the amount to be administered at one t…
desired dose
the total amount of ordered drug, alon…
dosage ordered
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PHARM 7 - Adrenal Pharmacology
Corticosteroids
Pharmacokinetics of Corticosteroids
Glucocorticosteroid Effects
*Glucocorticosteroid Anti-inflammatory…
- Cortisol (hydrocortisone) - the major glucocorticosteroid i…
- Given by virtually every route, including oral, injection,…
1. Anti-Inflammatory - Inhibits inflammatory immune cells and…
- Treats inflammatory symptoms but not cause (e.g. infection…
Corticosteroids
- Cortisol (hydrocortisone) - the major glucocorticosteroid i…
Pharmacokinetics of Corticosteroids
- Given by virtually every route, including oral, injection,…
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Chapter 7: Principles of Pharmacology
Enteral Medications
Suspension
Prescription Medications.
Aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid or ASA)
Medications that enter the body through the digestive system.
A mixture of ground particles that are distributed evenly thr…
Medications that are distributed to patients only by pharmaci…
A medication that is an antipyretic (reduces fever), analgesi…
Enteral Medications
Medications that enter the body through the digestive system.
Suspension
A mixture of ground particles that are distributed evenly thr…
Introduction to Pharmacology chapter 7
The range of microorganisms against wh…
The widespread use of antibiotic agent…
A patient states that he has received…
The first antibiotic agent developed f…
Spectrum
Development of resistant strains of microorganisms
Uncertain
Penicillin
The range of microorganisms against wh…
Spectrum
The widespread use of antibiotic agent…
Development of resistant strains of microorganisms
Pharmacology for nurses- Chapter 2
Therapeutic classification
Pharmacologic classification
Mechanism of action
Prototype dryg
When drugs are organized based on their therapeutic usefulnes…
Refers to the way a drug works at the molecular, tissue, and…
How a drug produces its physiological effect in the body.
Is a well-understood drug model with which other drugs in its…
Therapeutic classification
When drugs are organized based on their therapeutic usefulnes…
Pharmacologic classification
Refers to the way a drug works at the molecular, tissue, and…
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PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES CHAPTER 43
ADDISON'S DISEASE
ADENOHYPOPHYSIS
ADRENOCORTICAL INSUFFICIENCY
ADRENOCORTICOTROPIC HORMONE
HYPOSECRETION OF GLUCOCORTICOIDS AND ALDOSTERONE BY THE ADREN…
ANTERIOR PORTION OF THE PITUITARY GLAND
LACK OF ADEQUATE CORTICOSTEROID SECRETION BY THE ADRENAL GLAND
HORMONE SECRETED BY THE ANTERIOR PITUITARY THAT STIMULATES TH…
ADDISON'S DISEASE
HYPOSECRETION OF GLUCOCORTICOIDS AND ALDOSTERONE BY THE ADREN…
ADENOHYPOPHYSIS
ANTERIOR PORTION OF THE PITUITARY GLAND
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Pharmacology for Nurses Chapter 23
Nephron
Renal functions critical to the pharma…
Primary treatment goals for renal fail…
Urinalysis
* the functional units of the kidney... * over one million locat…
* some drugs are reabsorbed... * other drugs are secreted into t…
* maintenance of blood flow through the kidneys & adequate ur…
* basic diagnostic test... * examines urine for the presence of…
Nephron
* the functional units of the kidney... * over one million locat…
Renal functions critical to the pharma…
* some drugs are reabsorbed... * other drugs are secreted into t…
PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES CHAPTER 17
AKATHISIA
DELUSIONS
DOPAMINE TYPE 2 RECEPTOR
DYSTONIA
INABILITY TO REMAIN STILL; CONSTANTLY MOVING
FALSE IDEAS AND BELIEFS NOT FOUNDED IN REALITY
RECEPTOR FOR DOPAMINE IN THE BASAL NUCLEI OF THE BRAIN THAT I…
SEVERE MUSCLE SPASMS, PARTICULARLY OF THE BACK, NECK, TONGUE,…
AKATHISIA
INABILITY TO REMAIN STILL; CONSTANTLY MOVING
DELUSIONS
FALSE IDEAS AND BELIEFS NOT FOUNDED IN REALITY
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PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES CHAPTER 44
DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS
GLUCAGON
GLUCONEOGENESIS
HYPERGLYCEMIC EFFECT
A TYPE OF METABOLIC ACIDOSIS DUE TO AN EXCESS OF KETONE BODIE…
ACTS TO INCREASE BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVELS
THE PRODUCTION OF NEW GLUCOSE FROM NONCARBOHYDRATE MOLECULES
CAUSING BLOOD GLUCOSE TO RISE
DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS
A TYPE OF METABOLIC ACIDOSIS DUE TO AN EXCESS OF KETONE BODIE…
GLUCAGON
ACTS TO INCREASE BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVELS
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Nurses Aide: Chapter 7
Aspiration
Atrophy
Body mechanics
Chemical restraint
The inhalation of food fluid or foreign material into the lungs
Weakening or wasting away of muscles
The way the parts of the body work together when a person moves
Medications used to control a person's mood or behavior
Aspiration
The inhalation of food fluid or foreign material into the lungs
Atrophy
Weakening or wasting away of muscles
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PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES CHAPTER 13
ACETYLCHOLINE
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE
ADRENERGIC
ADRENERGIC ANTAGONIST
PRIMARY NEUROTRANSMITTER OF THE PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTE…
ENZYME THAT DEGRADES ACETYLCHOLINE WITHIN THE SYNAPTIC CLEFT,…
RELATING TO NERVES THAT RELEASE NOREPINEPHRINE OR EPINEPHRINE
DRUG THAT BLOCKS THE ACTIONS OF THE SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
ACETYLCHOLINE
PRIMARY NEUROTRANSMITTER OF THE PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTE…
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE
ENZYME THAT DEGRADES ACETYLCHOLINE WITHIN THE SYNAPTIC CLEFT,…
Pharm: Ch 4: The Nursing Process and Pharmacology
Nursing process
Nursing Process: (STEPS)
Nursing classification systems
multidisciplinary team
The foundation for the clinical practice of nursing. It provi…
ADPIE... Assessment... Diagnosis (NANDA)... Planning (Goals /Outcomes)…
Systems designed to provide a standardized language for repor…
Members who provide clinical expertise, a holistic approach,…
Nursing process
The foundation for the clinical practice of nursing. It provi…
Nursing Process: (STEPS)
ADPIE... Assessment... Diagnosis (NANDA)... Planning (Goals /Outcomes)…
Pharmacology chapter 7 /psychiatric drugs
akathisia
anxiolytics
dysphoric
dystonia
extreme restlessness and increased motor activity
means antianxiety drugs
extreme or exaggerated sadness anxiety or unhappiness
facial grimmacing/twisting of the neck into unnatural positions
akathisia
extreme restlessness and increased motor activity
anxiolytics
means antianxiety drugs
Pharmacology Chapter 7- Pediatric Pharmacology
Which two components make it difficult…
Pediatric Research Equity Act and Best…
Factors that influence absorption of d…
Route of administration affects absorp…
1. Research risk... 2. Informed consent
Require drug manufacturers to study pediatric medication use…
- Child's age, health status, underlying disease, hydration,…
- For oral medications- Gastric acidity, gastric emptying, ga…
Which two components make it difficult…
1. Research risk... 2. Informed consent
Pediatric Research Equity Act and Best…
Require drug manufacturers to study pediatric medication use…
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Pharmacology for Nurses - Chapter 13
What is acetylcholine (Ach)?
What is acetylcholinesterase (AchE)?
What is adrenergic?
What is an adrenergic antagonist?
A type of primary neurotransmitter.
...
The receptors at the ends of postganglionic sympathetic neuro…
...
What is acetylcholine (Ach)?
A type of primary neurotransmitter.
What is acetylcholinesterase (AchE)?
...
Nursing informatics chapter 7
What makes a nurse knowledge worker di…
Knowledge user
knowledge builder
data gatherer
nurse act upon knowledge; maintains status quo
least support, need a better way to get knowledge
nurse reseacher
gathers data
What makes a nurse knowledge worker di…
nurse act upon knowledge; maintains status quo
Knowledge user
least support, need a better way to get knowledge
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Nurse Aide Chapter 7
Admission of Patients
Transfers or Discharges
Vital Signs
Temperature
OBRA requires must be told of their legal rights. They must b…
OBRA require have a right to receive advance notice before be…
V/S are important. They show how well the vital organs of the…
Body temperature is normally very close to 98.6F or 37 C.... Man…
Admission of Patients
OBRA requires must be told of their legal rights. They must b…
Transfers or Discharges
OBRA require have a right to receive advance notice before be…
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PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES CHAPTER 14
ANTIDEPRESSANTS
ANXIETY
ANXIOLYTICS
ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM
DRUGS THAT ALTER LEVELS OF TWO IMPORTANT NEUROTRANSMITTERS IN…
STATE OF APPREHENSION AND AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM ACTIVATION…
DRUGS THAT RELIEVE ANXIETY
DIAGNOSTIC TEST THAT RECORDS BRAINWAVES THROUGH ELECTRODES AT…
ANTIDEPRESSANTS
DRUGS THAT ALTER LEVELS OF TWO IMPORTANT NEUROTRANSMITTERS IN…
ANXIETY
STATE OF APPREHENSION AND AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM ACTIVATION…
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Pharm Ch. 2 Application of Pharmacology in Nursing Practice
Five Rights of Drug Administration
Patients' last line of defense against…
7 aspects of drug therapy
Goals of preadministration assessment…
Right: drug, patient, dose, route, time (various other rights…
the nurse
1. preadministration assessment... 2. dosage and administration…
drug therapy begins with assessment of the patient: ... 1. colle…
Five Rights of Drug Administration
Right: drug, patient, dose, route, time (various other rights…
Patients' last line of defense against…
the nurse
Pharmacology terms chapter 7
Teratogen
Preimplantation period
Embryonic period
Fetal period
A substance, organism or physical agent to which embryo or fe…
Weeks 1 to 2 of first trimester. At this stage of embryo is e…
From 3-8 weeks post conception. The period of complete sensit…
Weeks 9-40 post conception. Teratogens are most likely to spe…
Teratogen
A substance, organism or physical agent to which embryo or fe…
Preimplantation period
Weeks 1 to 2 of first trimester. At this stage of embryo is e…
Chapter 7 - Pharmacology
absorption
action
activated charcoal
adsorption
The process by which medications travel through body tissues…
The therapeutic effect of a medication on the body.
An oral medication that binds and absorbs ingested toxins in…
The process of binding or sticking to a surface.
absorption
The process by which medications travel through body tissues…
action
The therapeutic effect of a medication on the body.
Pharmacology: Chapter 7 Capsule
Dosage Ordered
Desired Dosage
Dose on hand
D
Total amount ordered and its frequency of administration
Amount to be administered at one time
Amount of drug in dosage unit
Desired dose
Dosage Ordered
Total amount ordered and its frequency of administration
Desired Dosage
Amount to be administered at one time
pharmacology chapter 7
afterload
arrhythmia (dysrhythmia)
Automaticity
Bradyarrhythmia
the resistance (pressure) in arteries that must be overcome t…
a variation from the normal rhythm
the ability of cardia muscle to generate impulses
bradycardia associated with an irregularity of heart rhythm
afterload
the resistance (pressure) in arteries that must be overcome t…
arrhythmia (dysrhythmia)
a variation from the normal rhythm
PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES CHAPTER 21
CLONIC SPASM
DYSTONIA
MUSCLE SPASM
NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKERS
MULTIPLE, RAPIDLY REPEATED MUSCULAR CONTRACTIONS
SEVERE MUSCLE SPASMS, PARTICULARLY OF THE BACK, NECK, TONGUE,…
INVOLUNTARY CONTRACTION OF A MUSCLE OR GROUP OF MUSCLES, WHIC…
DRUG USED TO CAUSE TOTAL MUSCLE RELAXATION
CLONIC SPASM
MULTIPLE, RAPIDLY REPEATED MUSCULAR CONTRACTIONS
DYSTONIA
SEVERE MUSCLE SPASMS, PARTICULARLY OF THE BACK, NECK, TONGUE,…
PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES CHAPTER 18
A FIBERS
ANALGESIC
AURA
C FIBERS
NERVES THAT TRANSMIT SENSATIONS OF SHARP PAIN
DRUG USED TO REDUCE OR ELIMINATE PAIN
SENSORY CUE SUCH AS BRIGHT LIGHTS, SMELLS, OR TASTES THAT PRE…
NERVES THAT TRANSMIT DULL, POORLY LOCALIZED PAIN
A FIBERS
NERVES THAT TRANSMIT SENSATIONS OF SHARP PAIN
ANALGESIC
DRUG USED TO REDUCE OR ELIMINATE PAIN
PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES CHAPTER 15
ABSENCE SEIZURE
ATONIC SEIZURE
CONVULSIONS
ECLAMPSIA
SEIZURE WITH A LOSS OR REDUCTION OF NORMAL ACTIVITY, INCLUDIN…
VERY SHORT-LASTING SEIZURE DURING WHICH THE PATIENT MAY STUMB…
UNCONTROLLED MUSCLE CONTRACTIONS OR SPASMS THAT OCCURS IN THE…
PREGNANCY-INDUCED HYPERTENSIVE DISORDER
ABSENCE SEIZURE
SEIZURE WITH A LOSS OR REDUCTION OF NORMAL ACTIVITY, INCLUDIN…
ATONIC SEIZURE
VERY SHORT-LASTING SEIZURE DURING WHICH THE PATIENT MAY STUMB…
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