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PHARM - Pharmacology of Antiparasitic Drugs
Target Snapshot
Antiparasitic Drug List
Treatment of Intestinal Protozoa
Metronidazole ('Flagyl')
Albendazole... Pyrantel pamoate... Ivermectin... Praziquantel... Paro…
Mechanism: Activated only in *anaerobes to metabolites that d…
Target Snapshot
Antiparasitic Drug List
Albendazole... Pyrantel pamoate... Ivermectin... Praziquantel... Paro…
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Pharm 11: Autonomic Pharmacology
Sympathetic
Parasympathetic
ACh (acts on nicotinic receptors)
ACh (acts on muscarinic receptors)
increases HR, BP (mainly controlled by this), mobilize energy…
maintains bodily functions -> digestive processes and elimina…
preganglionic efferent autonomic fibers and somatic motor fib…
parasympathetic postganglionic fibers release this NT
Sympathetic
increases HR, BP (mainly controlled by this), mobilize energy…
Parasympathetic
maintains bodily functions -> digestive processes and elimina…
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Pharm 11: Autonomic Pharmacology
Sympathetic
Parasympathetic
ACh (acts on nicotinic receptors)
ACh (acts on muscarinic receptors)
Increases HR, BP (mainly controlled by this), mobilize energy…
Maintains bodily functions -> digestive processes and elimina…
Preganglionic efferent autonomic fibers and somatic motor fib…
Parasympathetic postganglionic fibers release this NT
Sympathetic
Increases HR, BP (mainly controlled by this), mobilize energy…
Parasympathetic
Maintains bodily functions -> digestive processes and elimina…
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Pharm 11: Autonomic Pharmacology
Sympathetic
Parasympathetic
ACh (acts on nicotinic receptors)
ACh (acts on muscarinic receptors)
increases HR, BP (mainly controlled by this), mobilize energy…
maintains bodily functions -> digestive processes and elimina…
preganglionic efferent autonomic fibers and somatic motor fib…
parasympathetic postganglionic fibers release this NT
Sympathetic
increases HR, BP (mainly controlled by this), mobilize energy…
Parasympathetic
maintains bodily functions -> digestive processes and elimina…
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Pharmacology- endocrine pharm- antithyroid drugs
Thyroid gland ... Together the hormones…
Thyroid hormones are critical for
The ratio between the two hormones is…
Thyroid metabolism affects
Gland of anatomical prominence that secretes the thyroid horm…
Nervous, skeletal, and reproductive tissues
4:1 (T4:T3), but T3 is is three to four times more potent tha…
the metabolism of drugs, food products, secretion of hormones
Thyroid gland ... Together the hormones…
Gland of anatomical prominence that secretes the thyroid horm…
Thyroid hormones are critical for
Nervous, skeletal, and reproductive tissues
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Pharmacology- cardiovascular pharm- drugs for angina
Angina is not a disease, it is
Angina pectoris
Treatment options include
Nitrates ... MOA
A symptom
Characteristic chest pain caused by coronary blood flow that…
Nitrates and beta blockers/calcium channel blockers
Relaxation of the vascular smooth muscle producing dilation o…
Angina is not a disease, it is
A symptom
Angina pectoris
Characteristic chest pain caused by coronary blood flow that…
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Pharm: Cholinergic Pharmacology - Drugs & Toxins
Describe Hemicholinium
Describe Botulin Toxin:
Describe Vesamicol
Describe Curare:
1. Hemicholinium blocks the synthesis of Acetycholine by inhi…
1. Degrades SNAP-25 (on plasma membrane) preventing vesicle w…
1. Inhibits acetycholine from entering secretory vesicles so…
1. Competitive antagonist against nicotinic-acetylcholine r…
Describe Hemicholinium
1. Hemicholinium blocks the synthesis of Acetycholine by inhi…
Describe Botulin Toxin:
1. Degrades SNAP-25 (on plasma membrane) preventing vesicle w…
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Pharmacology- cardiovascular pharm- anti arrhythmic drug
Cardiac muscle cells are
Purkingi fibers
Depolarization phase
Re polarization phase
Interconnected in groups that respond to stimuli as a single…
Specialized cardiac muscle fiber that transmits impulses from…
Phase 0 fast upstroke, occurs when the rapid sodium channels…
Wave consists of 3 phases heading in negative direction ... Phas…
Cardiac muscle cells are
Interconnected in groups that respond to stimuli as a single…
Purkingi fibers
Specialized cardiac muscle fiber that transmits impulses from…
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PHARM - Pharmacology of Antiviral Drugs I (Howe)
Strategies for control of viral infect…
Antiviral Drugs
Viral pathogens often show greater mol…
Unlike antibacterial and antifungal ag…
- Prevention of exposure (e.g. influenza, HIV)... - Control of…
Antiviral drug strategy depends on viral biology, biochemis…
Biodiversity + mutation rate + huge population
specifically targeted drugs
Strategies for control of viral infect…
- Prevention of exposure (e.g. influenza, HIV)... - Control of…
Antiviral Drugs
Antiviral drug strategy depends on viral biology, biochemis…
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Pharm 11 EVERY DRUG
TO BETTER UNDERSTAND MY FLASH CARDS Th…
Heart, Kidney, lung have what kind of…
Function of B1,B2,A1,A2 stimulation:
Centrally Acting Sympathoplegic drugs…
PT=patient... MI=myocardial infarction... a= alpha... B= Beta... NO=nitri…
Kidney/Heart: B1-adrenoceptors ... Lung: B2-adrenoceptors
B1= increase heart rate and Renin secretion in kidney's... B2= V…
These agents reduce sympathetic outflow from vasomotor center…
TO BETTER UNDERSTAND MY FLASH CARDS Th…
PT=patient... MI=myocardial infarction... a= alpha... B= Beta... NO=nitri…
Heart, Kidney, lung have what kind of…
Kidney/Heart: B1-adrenoceptors ... Lung: B2-adrenoceptors
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Pharm 11 - Drug Discovery
What are the 3 stages of drug developm…
A compound-centered approach in drug d…
True or False. Lead drug optimization…
During which stage in drug development…
1. Drug discovery - disease characterization, target selectio…
Identify protein target with known disease association... Screen…
True
Pre-clinical development
What are the 3 stages of drug developm…
1. Drug discovery - disease characterization, target selectio…
A compound-centered approach in drug d…
Identify protein target with known disease association... Screen…
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pharm drug list #11
-osteoclast inhibitor, used for osteop…
-DPP-4 inhibitor, used for diabetes
-antitussive
-oral rinse, antibiotic
ibandronate sodium
sitagliptin
benzonatate
chlorohexidine gluconate
-osteoclast inhibitor, used for osteop…
ibandronate sodium
-DPP-4 inhibitor, used for diabetes
sitagliptin
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Pharm Drug Cards #11
Amoxil (amoxicillin)... Bactocill (oxacil…
(penicillin G & V)
Keflex (cephalexin)... Ceclor (cefaclor)…
Garamycin (gentamicin)... (streptomycin)…
T: Anti-infectives; Antiulcer Agent (amoxicillin); Beta-Lacta…
T: Anti-infective; Beta-Lactam Antibacterial... P: Penicillin
T: Anti-infectives; Beta-Lactam Anti-bacterials... P: Cephalospo…
T: Anti-infectives; Antibacterials... P: Aminoglycosides
Amoxil (amoxicillin)... Bactocill (oxacil…
T: Anti-infectives; Antiulcer Agent (amoxicillin); Beta-Lacta…
(penicillin G & V)
T: Anti-infective; Beta-Lactam Antibacterial... P: Penicillin
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Pharm 11 EVERY DRUG
TO BETTER UNDERSTAND MY FLASH CARDS Th…
Heart, Kidney, lung have what kind of…
Function of B1,B2,A1,A2 stimulation:
Centrally Acting Sympathoplegic drugs…
PT=patient... MI=myocardial infarction... a= alpha... B= Beta... NO=nitri…
Kidney/Heart: B1-adrenoceptors ... Lung: B2-adrenoceptors
B1= increase heart rate and Renin secretion in kidney's... B2= V…
These agents reduce sympathetic outflow from vasomotor center…
TO BETTER UNDERSTAND MY FLASH CARDS Th…
PT=patient... MI=myocardial infarction... a= alpha... B= Beta... NO=nitri…
Heart, Kidney, lung have what kind of…
Kidney/Heart: B1-adrenoceptors ... Lung: B2-adrenoceptors
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pharm drug list #11
boniva... -osteoclast inhibitor, used for…
januvia... -DPP-4 inhibitor, used for dia…
tessalon perles... -antitussive
peridex, bactoshield, perioguard... -oral…
ibandronate sodium
sitagliptin
benzonatate
chlorohexidine gluconate
boniva... -osteoclast inhibitor, used for…
ibandronate sodium
januvia... -DPP-4 inhibitor, used for dia…
sitagliptin
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Pharmacology- cardiovascular pharm- drugs for heart failure
Conjestive heart failure ... Teh mortali…
Due to the ... There is more K+ ... There…
Normal ionic movements during contract…
Agents for CHF
Congestion in which teh heart is unable to pump sufficient bl…
Decreased contractility or by an increased workload imposed o…
Ca comes inside and triggers release of more from sarcoplasmi…
Vasodilators ... Diuretics... Positive inotropic agents
Conjestive heart failure ... Teh mortali…
Congestion in which teh heart is unable to pump sufficient bl…
Due to the ... There is more K+ ... There…
Decreased contractility or by an increased workload imposed o…
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Pharmacology- cardiovascular pharm- anti hypertension drugs
Hypertension
More than 90% pf patients have essenti…
Early treatment is imperative to reduc…
What components contribute to blood pr…
Systolic more than 140 and diastolic 90
Unknown origin ... Blacks than whites and in middle aged males…
Strokes, heart failure, kidney failure heart disease and hear…
, cardiac output, peripheral resistance
Hypertension
Systolic more than 140 and diastolic 90
More than 90% pf patients have essenti…
Unknown origin ... Blacks than whites and in middle aged males…
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Pharmacology- cardiovascular pharm- drugs affecting blood
Th eclotting cascade
Each step of the cascade involves an
The coagulation cascade is desirable d…
Anticoagulants
Clotting factors are made by the liver. Fibrin is eventually…
inactive clotting factor precursor being enzymatically cleave…
Cerebral, cardiac, or pulmonary arteries
Heparin and warfarin (Coumadin)
Th eclotting cascade
Clotting factors are made by the liver. Fibrin is eventually…
Each step of the cascade involves an
inactive clotting factor precursor being enzymatically cleave…
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Pharm 11 - Anticholinesterase Drugs
What is the effect of anticholinestera…
How are anticholinesterase agents clas…
What are the uses of reversible antich…
What are contraindications for the use…
cause indirect activation of cholinergic receptors
Based on duration of enzyme inhibition by the inhibitor... Rever…
Overlap with cholinergic agonists... Ophthalmic: Glaucoma, miosi…
Severely ill or debilitated animal... hepatic disease... respirator…
What is the effect of anticholinestera…
cause indirect activation of cholinergic receptors
How are anticholinesterase agents clas…
Based on duration of enzyme inhibition by the inhibitor... Rever…
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Ch. 11 pharm - drugs
Diazepam
Alprazolam
Lorazepam
Midazolam
Valium
Xanax
Ativan
Versed
Diazepam
Valium
Alprazolam
Xanax
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Pharmacology Ch. 11 drugs
Diamox (carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitor)
Propecia, Proscar (5-Alpha-Reductase I…
Avodart (5-Alpha-Reductase Inhibitor)
Hytrin (Alpha Blocker)
acetazolamide
finasteride
dutasteride
terazosin
Diamox (carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitor)
acetazolamide
Propecia, Proscar (5-Alpha-Reductase I…
finasteride
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Pharm Week 11 Drugs
Thiazide & Thiazide-like
Potassium-sparing
Loop
Loop
HCTZ
Aldactone
Bumex
Demadex
Thiazide & Thiazide-like
HCTZ
Potassium-sparing
Aldactone
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Pharmacology 11-Drugs for Psychoses
psychoses
Signs and Symptoms
Delusions
Hallucinations
have no identifiable cause and require long-term drug therapy.
-Delusions... -Hallucinations... -Illusions... -Disorganized behavior…
-Strong beliefs in something that is false or not based on re…
-Seeing, hearing, or feeling something that is not there.... Exa…
psychoses
have no identifiable cause and require long-term drug therapy.
Signs and Symptoms
-Delusions... -Hallucinations... -Illusions... -Disorganized behavior…
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Pharmacology Drugs 11-20
Lidocaine Antidysrhythmic Action
Lidocaine Antidysrhythmic Used for
Lidocaine Antidysrhythmic Side effects…
Lidocaine Antidysrhythmic Antidote
blocks sodium channels, accelerate repolarization
Ventricular dysrhythmias
SAMS (slurred speech, altered CNS, muscle twitching, seizures)
none
Lidocaine Antidysrhythmic Action
blocks sodium channels, accelerate repolarization
Lidocaine Antidysrhythmic Used for
Ventricular dysrhythmias
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Pharmacology 11-Drugs of Abuse
Addiction
Biopsychosocial disorder
Tolerance
Sensitization
-Chronic, relapsing brain disease that is characterized by co…
-Biological: drugs alter the chemistry of the brain and body…
-Decreased effect of a drug that develops with continued use…
-Inverse tolerance... -Shift of the dose-response curve to the l…
Addiction
-Chronic, relapsing brain disease that is characterized by co…
Biopsychosocial disorder
-Biological: drugs alter the chemistry of the brain and body…
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DRUGS of Pharm 11
List Diuretics:
Mechanism of action for each subclass…
Effects of each subclass of diuretics:
Clinical applications for each subclas…
--Thiazides: Hydrochlorothiazide, Chlorthalidone... --Loop diur…
--Thiazides: Block Na/Cl transporter in renal distal convolut…
--Thiazides: Reduce blood volume ... --Loop diuretics: Like thi…
--Thiazides: Used for Hypertension, mild heart failure... --Loo…
List Diuretics:
--Thiazides: Hydrochlorothiazide, Chlorthalidone... --Loop diur…
Mechanism of action for each subclass…
--Thiazides: Block Na/Cl transporter in renal distal convolut…
Pharmacology Ch. 11: Drugs for Psychoses
Most psychoses have no identifiable ca…
psychosis
Patients with schizophrenia experience…
Schizophrenia
...
characterized by delusions, hallucinations, illusions, disorg…
...
the most common psychiatric disorder... -characterized by abnorm…
Most psychoses have no identifiable ca…
...
psychosis
characterized by delusions, hallucinations, illusions, disorg…
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Chapter 11 Pharm Drugs
Diuretics
Clonidine
Methyldopa
Guanethidine
Thiazides for mild hypertension... -hydrochlorothizide... Loop for…
Alpha-2 agonist... -blocks vasoconstriction in PNS... -CNS effects…
Activate central alpha receptors... -treat hypertension in pregn…
Blocks release of NE from terminals (replaces NE in synaptic…
Diuretics
Thiazides for mild hypertension... -hydrochlorothizide... Loop for…
Clonidine
Alpha-2 agonist... -blocks vasoconstriction in PNS... -CNS effects…
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Pharm Drugs Oct 11
Who gets a clot?
Who "gets" a clot?
BIG side effect of using clotting meds
3 types of clotting drugs
everyone
Patient's with :... heart disease... dysrhythmia... blood stasis ... (imm…
bleeds
anticoagulant ... thrombolytic/ fibrinolytics ... antiplatelet
Who gets a clot?
everyone
Who "gets" a clot?
Patient's with :... heart disease... dysrhythmia... blood stasis ... (imm…
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DRUGS of Pharm 11
List Diuretics:
Mechanism of action for each subclass…
Effects of each subclass of diuretics:
Clinical applications for each subclas…
--Thiazides: Hydrochlorothiazide, Chlorthalidone... --Loop diur…
--Thiazides: Block Na/Cl transporter in renal distal convolut…
--Thiazides: Reduce blood volume ... --Loop diuretics: Like thi…
--Thiazides: Used for Hypertension, mild heart failure... --Loo…
List Diuretics:
--Thiazides: Hydrochlorothiazide, Chlorthalidone... --Loop diur…
Mechanism of action for each subclass…
--Thiazides: Block Na/Cl transporter in renal distal convolut…
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Pharm 11-14 drugs
neostigmine
pilocarpine
atropine
dopamine
generic (cholinergic)
generic (cholinergic)
generic (cholinergic blocking)
Intropin (adrenergic)
neostigmine
generic (cholinergic)
pilocarpine
generic (cholinergic)
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Pharm Tech Drugs 11
bactrim or septra
Benzaclin
Cipro
Cymbalta
trimethoprim-sulfamethozazole ... sulfa abx... skin infection
clindamyacin-benzoyl peroxide... topical abx ... acne
ciprofloxacin... quinolone abx... bacterial infection
duloxetine... SNRI... depression
bactrim or septra
trimethoprim-sulfamethozazole ... sulfa abx... skin infection
Benzaclin
clindamyacin-benzoyl peroxide... topical abx ... acne
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Pharmacology Chapter 11 Drugs
What is the trade name of aluminum ace…
What is aluminum acetate used for?
What adverse side effects are associat…
What family does aluminum acetate belo…
Burrow's solution
Astringent solution and antipruritic agent... - Superficial skin…
- Do not use anything that prevents evaporation of this solut…
Topical Antipruritics and Antiinflammatories (Noncorticostero…
What is the trade name of aluminum ace…
Burrow's solution
What is aluminum acetate used for?
Astringent solution and antipruritic agent... - Superficial skin…
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Pharmacology 11: Antineoplastic Drugs
what is the term for treatment to redu…
what do GI cells, bone marrow cells, h…
do dogs lose hair with chemo?
5 ways cancer cells can become resista…
palliation
rapidly dividing
no... but poodles yes!! may see hair color change
- reduced cellular uptake, efflux... - drug inactivation by canc…
what is the term for treatment to redu…
palliation
what do GI cells, bone marrow cells, h…
rapidly dividing
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Pharm 11: Drugs of Abuse
Addiction
Addiction is what type of disorders?
Addiction commonly occurs in individua…
Fundamental element of addiction is...
chronic, relapsing brain disease that is characterized by com…
Biopsychosocial ... -biological: drugs alter the chemistry of th…
-a diagnosable psychiatric condition... -genetic determinants... -e…
drug-seeking behavior
Addiction
chronic, relapsing brain disease that is characterized by com…
Addiction is what type of disorders?
Biopsychosocial ... -biological: drugs alter the chemistry of th…
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Pharmacology chapter 11/Adrenergic Drugs
Catecholamines
Adrenergic Affects on the CNS
Adrenergic Affects on the SNS
Example of an adrenergic drug
-epinephrine... -norepinephrine... -dopamine
-makes you feel more awake and alert... -quicken reaction time
-contrict blood vessels... -dilate coronary blood vessels... -relax…
caffeine
Catecholamines
-epinephrine... -norepinephrine... -dopamine
Adrenergic Affects on the CNS
-makes you feel more awake and alert... -quicken reaction time
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Pharmacology Pharm section First Aid (Drugs)
Cholinomimetics - Direct Agonists
Bethanechol
Carbachol
Pilocarpine
Bethanechol, Carbachol, Pilocarpine, Methacholine... - Drugs tha…
- activates Bowel and Bladder smooth muscle... - resistant to AC…
"Carbon copy of acethylcholine" EYES... CU: glaucoma, pupillary…
- Contracts ciliary muscle of eye, pupillary sphincter. ... "You…
Cholinomimetics - Direct Agonists
Bethanechol, Carbachol, Pilocarpine, Methacholine... - Drugs tha…
Bethanechol
- activates Bowel and Bladder smooth muscle... - resistant to AC…
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Pharm Module 11 Drugs
Lispro (Humalog) ... Insulin (Humulin R,…
NPH (Humulin N) ... Lente (Humulin L) ... Ul…
NPH 70% (Humulin 70/30)... NPH 50% (Humul…
Glargine (Lantus)... Detemir (Levemir)
T: Antidiabetics/ Hormones... P: Pancreatics
T: Antidiabetics, Hormones... P: Pancreatics
T: Antidiabetics, Hormones... P: Pancreatics... Insulin Mixtures
T: Hormones... P: Pancreatics... Basal Insulins
Lispro (Humalog) ... Insulin (Humulin R,…
T: Antidiabetics/ Hormones... P: Pancreatics
NPH (Humulin N) ... Lente (Humulin L) ... Ul…
T: Antidiabetics, Hormones... P: Pancreatics
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Pharmacology- Ch. 11 Drug Definitions
Benzodiazepines (Sedative and Hypnotic…
Barbiturates
Nonbenzodiazepines- Nonbarbiturates
Antianxiety Drugs
Sedatives that reduce anxiety, tension, or excitement. Some d…
Major pharmacologic action of this drug is to produce overall…
Drugs act as HYPNOTICS FOR SHORT- TERM TREATMENT OF SIMPLE IN…
Called anxioytics, include some of the most commonly prescrib…
Benzodiazepines (Sedative and Hypnotic…
Sedatives that reduce anxiety, tension, or excitement. Some d…
Barbiturates
Major pharmacologic action of this drug is to produce overall…
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Pharmacology- Ch. 11 Drug names
Benzodiazepines (Sedative and Hypnotic…
Barbiturates
Nonbenzodiazepines- Nonbarbiturates
Benzodiazepines (Antianxiety Drugs)
Flurazepam hydrochloride (Dalmane)... Temazepam (Restoril)
Pentobarbital sodium (Nembutal)... Phenobarbital (Solfoton)
Zolpidem (Ambien)
Chlordiazepoxide (Librium)... Diazepam (Valium)
Benzodiazepines (Sedative and Hypnotic…
Flurazepam hydrochloride (Dalmane)... Temazepam (Restoril)
Barbiturates
Pentobarbital sodium (Nembutal)... Phenobarbital (Solfoton)
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Silver Cross Paramedic Pharmacology Pharm 1 Drugs
Activated Charcoal
Albuterol (Proventil) (Ventolin)
Amyl Nitrate
Dextrose (dextrose 50%) (Dextrose 25%)…
Classification: Antidote, Absorbent... Action: When certain che…
Classification: Bronchodilator, Beta agonist ... Action: Binds…
Classification: coronary vasodilator ... Action: relaxes vascul…
Classification: Anti hypoglycemic... Action: Increases blood gl…
Activated Charcoal
Classification: Antidote, Absorbent... Action: When certain che…
Albuterol (Proventil) (Ventolin)
Classification: Bronchodilator, Beta agonist ... Action: Binds…
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Pharmacology- Ch. 11 Drug Interactions
Alcohol, a CNS depressant, can enhance…
Hormonal contraceptives may reduce the…
Hydantoins, such as phenytoins,
Their use with other CNS depressants
When taken with Benzodiazepines.
of flurazepam hydrochloride, increasing the risk of toxicity…
reduce the metabolism of phenobarbital, resulting in increase…
may cause excessive CNS depression for barbiturates.
Alcohol, a CNS depressant, can enhance…
When taken with Benzodiazepines.
Hormonal contraceptives may reduce the…
of flurazepam hydrochloride, increasing the risk of toxicity…
92 terms
Pharm7_Pharmacology of autacoids and anti-inflammatory drugs
What is autacoids?
What are the sources of autacoids?
What is eicosanoid?
What is prostanoids
1. paracrine or autocrine mediator... 2. brief duration
1. Membrane phospholipids... 2. Platelets... 3. Immune cells
20-carbon polyunsaturated fatty acid
1. prostaglandins... 2. thromboxane... 3. prostacyclin
What is autacoids?
1. paracrine or autocrine mediator... 2. brief duration
What are the sources of autacoids?
1. Membrane phospholipids... 2. Platelets... 3. Immune cells
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Pharm - 11 - Psychiatric and Neurological Drugs
neurotransmitter
Neuromodulator
GABA
Glycine
- ionotropic... - nAChR, GABA(A)R, GlyR, serotonin R... - GluR (NM…
- Metabotropic... - rhodopsin, B-AR, mAChR, dopamine R, seroton…
- inhibitory... - ion channel (Cl-) & GPCR (GABA(B))
- inhibitory... - ion channel (Cl-)
neurotransmitter
- ionotropic... - nAChR, GABA(A)R, GlyR, serotonin R... - GluR (NM…
Neuromodulator
- Metabotropic... - rhodopsin, B-AR, mAChR, dopamine R, seroton…
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Pharm Ch. 11: Miscellaneous Topics in Pharmacology
What are the main targets of immunosup…
Which agents are signaling inhibitors…
What is the mechanism of action of cyc…
What are the main therapeutic indicati…
Inhibition of gene expression; inhibition of lymphocyte signa…
Cyclosporine A, tacrolimus, and sirolimus
Complexes with cyclophilin to inhibit calcineurin, thereby de…
Prevention of organ rejection in heart, kidney, and liver tra…
What are the main targets of immunosup…
Inhibition of gene expression; inhibition of lymphocyte signa…
Which agents are signaling inhibitors…
Cyclosporine A, tacrolimus, and sirolimus
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Pharmacology Ch. 11: Drugs for Psychoses
Most psychoses have no identifiable ca…
psychosis
Patients with schizophrenia experience…
Schizophrenia
...
characterized by delusions, hallucinations, illusions, disorg…
...
the most common psychiatric disorder... -characterized by abnorm…
Most psychoses have no identifiable ca…
...
psychosis
characterized by delusions, hallucinations, illusions, disorg…
259 terms
SGU Pharmacology - Pharm Ninja Midterm1 drugs
Terbutaline
Atosiban
Nifedipine,
Indomethacin,
p32... Tocolytics.[Uterine.Relaxants]
p32... Tocolytics.[Uterine.Relaxants]
p32... Tocolytics.[Uterine.Relaxants]
p32... Tocolytics.[Uterine.Relaxants]
Terbutaline
p32... Tocolytics.[Uterine.Relaxants]
Atosiban
p32... Tocolytics.[Uterine.Relaxants]
153 terms
Pharm Ch. 11: Miscellaneous Topics in Pharmacology
What are the main targets of immunosup…
Which agents are signaling inhibitors…
What is the mechanism of action of cyc…
What are the main therapeutic indicati…
Inhibition of gene expression; inhibition of lymphocyte signa…
Cyclosporine A, tacrolimus, and sirolimus
Complexes with cyclophilin to inhibit calcineurin, thereby de…
Prevention of organ rejection in heart, kidney, and liver tra…
What are the main targets of immunosup…
Inhibition of gene expression; inhibition of lymphocyte signa…
Which agents are signaling inhibitors…
Cyclosporine A, tacrolimus, and sirolimus
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Pharm 11 Drug Side Effects
Red man syndrome: drug cause
Cutaneous flushing: drug cause
Coronary Vasospasm: drug cause
Dilated Cardiomyopathy: drug cause
vancomycin
vancomycin... niacin... adenosine... dihydropyridine CCB
cocaine... amphetamines... triptans... ergotamines
doxorubicin... daunorubicin
Red man syndrome: drug cause
vancomycin
Cutaneous flushing: drug cause
vancomycin... niacin... adenosine... dihydropyridine CCB
29 terms
First Aid Pharm 11 of 13: Renal Pharmacology
Mannitol: mechanism, clinical use, and…
Acetazolamide: mechanism, clinical use…
Memory trick for remembering a major s…
What are the 3 loop diuretics listed i…
Mechanism: osmotic diuretic; increases tubular fluid osmolari…
Mechanism: carbonic anhydrase inhibitor; causes self-limited…
"Acidazolamide" causes acidosis."
Furosemide... Bumetanide... Torsemide
Mannitol: mechanism, clinical use, and…
Mechanism: osmotic diuretic; increases tubular fluid osmolari…
Acetazolamide: mechanism, clinical use…
Mechanism: carbonic anhydrase inhibitor; causes self-limited…
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