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PHARMACOLOGY 1 - Test 3
acyclovir (Zovirax)
Prevent viral DNA replication and vira…
Prevent or delay spread of viral infec…
nephrotoxicity
Prototype drug for antivirals used to treat herpes simplex an…
Mechanism of action for acyclovir
Indication for acyclovir (Zovirax)
If Zovirax (acyclovir) is given IV, what is a potential side…
acyclovir (Zovirax)
Prototype drug for antivirals used to treat herpes simplex an…
Prevent viral DNA replication and vira…
Mechanism of action for acyclovir
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Pharmacology Test 3
bystolic
oxycontin
Xarelto
voltaren
Nebivolol Hypertension... Beta Blocker. Mixture of 2 enantiomers.
oxycodone hydrochloride Chronic Severe Pain... pure opiod agonis…
Rivaroxaban Blood thinner- deep vain thrombosis, pulmonary em…
diclofenac osteoarthritis... nsaid-inhibits cox1 and cox 2
bystolic
Nebivolol Hypertension... Beta Blocker. Mixture of 2 enantiomers.
oxycontin
oxycodone hydrochloride Chronic Severe Pain... pure opiod agonis…
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Pharmacology Test 3
Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory agents…
Aspirin
Acetominophen
Coxibs
The most widely used analgesic in vet medicine... Aspirin - also…
Anti-platelet effects are sometimes desirable when:... CHF (clot…
MOA is controversial; may be preferential COX2 inhibitor, non…
COX2 selective inhibitors... Deracoxib, firocoxib, robenacoxib
Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory agents…
The most widely used analgesic in vet medicine... Aspirin - also…
Aspirin
Anti-platelet effects are sometimes desirable when:... CHF (clot…
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Pharmacology Test 3 Review
The circulatory system is made up of _…
Systemic blood typically has (more/les…
The outermost layer of the heart:... a) f…
Blood enters the right atrium through…
2; 2
Less
a) fibrous pericardium
coronary sinus
The circulatory system is made up of _…
2; 2
Systemic blood typically has (more/les…
Less
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Pharmacology Test 3
What are 2 phases of sleep?
What ar the 4 stages of Nrem?
What re the 6 types of sleep disorders?
What class of medications are used as…
1) Nrem (no rapid eye movement)... 2) REM (rapid eye movement)
1) light sleep (muscle relax, irregular and fast brain waves)…
1) narcolepsy (sudden sleep attack occurring 2 to 6 times per…
SSRI (selectie serotonin re-uptake inhibitors)
What are 2 phases of sleep?
1) Nrem (no rapid eye movement)... 2) REM (rapid eye movement)
What ar the 4 stages of Nrem?
1) light sleep (muscle relax, irregular and fast brain waves)…
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Pharmacology - Test 3 Drugs
dobutamine
theophylline
sodium nitorprusside
fenoldopam
...
...
...
...
dobutamine
...
theophylline
...
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Pharmacology Test 3
tetracycline
aspirin
antipyretic
butorphanol
___ have an adverse effect of permanent staining of teeth if…
___ is the common drug name for acetylsalicylic acid
Give the term for fever reduction.
Give generic drug name for torbugesic or torbutrol
tetracycline
___ have an adverse effect of permanent staining of teeth if…
aspirin
___ is the common drug name for acetylsalicylic acid
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PHARMACOLOGY 1 TEST 3
Mu
delta
kappa
NOP
Opioid receptor TYPE that binds endorphins and enkephalins.
Opioid receptor TYPE that binds enkephalins.
Opioid receptor TYPE that binds to dynorphins?
Opioid receptor that responds to nociceptin?
Mu
Opioid receptor TYPE that binds endorphins and enkephalins.
delta
Opioid receptor TYPE that binds enkephalins.
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Pharmacology Test 3 Review
What are the major neurotransmitters r…
What are the 2 types of cholinergic re…
What are Cholinergic Drugs used for?
How do indirect-acting cholinergic sti…
Acetylcholine and Norepinephrine
Nicotinic... Muscarinic
To alter the response of various tissues to parasympathetic c…
By inhibiting acetylcholinesterase in the synapse... which allow…
What are the major neurotransmitters r…
Acetylcholine and Norepinephrine
What are the 2 types of cholinergic re…
Nicotinic... Muscarinic
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Pharmacology 2 Test 3
aqueous humor is produced where
pathway of flow for aqueous humor
how AH is moderated
how cAMP regulated
ciliary body
(1) - aqueous humour is produced in the ciliary body... (2) - fi…
AH production will increase by stimuation of beta recetor by…
simulation of beta 2 will increase cAMP... simulation of alpha…
aqueous humor is produced where
ciliary body
pathway of flow for aqueous humor
(1) - aqueous humour is produced in the ciliary body... (2) - fi…
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PHARMACOLOGY TEST 3 REVIEW
Arthritis medication
Nsaid by itself cannot treat RA
Methotrexate (Dmars)
Cytokines are inflammatory protein
NSAID, like ibuprophen, Baclofen... Dmars (disease modified anti…
they have to be combine, with Dmars
have the property to slow down the over activity of the immun…
generated by cells in the immune system, that contribute to t…
Arthritis medication
NSAID, like ibuprophen, Baclofen... Dmars (disease modified anti…
Nsaid by itself cannot treat RA
they have to be combine, with Dmars
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Pharmacology Test 3
What are factors causing dysrhythmias…
T or F: Sevofluorane causes lots of ar…
T or F: All cardiac myocytes possess a…
Rate of each pacemaker region.
1. arterial hypoxemia ... 2. electrolyte abnormalities ... 3. acid-…
FALSE!!!... SEVO is the most benign and HALOTHANE causes the mos…
TRUE!!
SA node: 60-100... AV node: 50-60... Bundle of His: 50-60... Purkinje…
What are factors causing dysrhythmias…
1. arterial hypoxemia ... 2. electrolyte abnormalities ... 3. acid-…
T or F: Sevofluorane causes lots of ar…
FALSE!!!... SEVO is the most benign and HALOTHANE causes the mos…
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Pharmacology Test 3
What are the indications of beta block…
What are the adverse effects of a beta…
What are some examples of Beta Blockers?
Why would we use an ACE inhibitor?
Reduced HR, reduced force of contraction, reduced velocity of…
Bradycardia, reduced cardiac output, AV heart block
Metoprolol, propranolol, nadolol, atenolol, metoprolol tartrate
Hypertension, heart failure, MI, prevention of MI, and stroke
What are the indications of beta block…
Reduced HR, reduced force of contraction, reduced velocity of…
What are the adverse effects of a beta…
Bradycardia, reduced cardiac output, AV heart block
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Pharmacology Test 3
Pregabalin
Gabapentin
Ketamine
Aspirin (Acetylsalicylic Acid)
Class: Analgesic, Anticonvulsant... MOA: Binds Alpha-2-Delta su…
Class: Analgesic, Anticonvulsant... MOA: Binds Alpha-2-Delta su…
Class: Anesthetic, Some analgesic effects... MOA: Noncompetitiv…
Class: Non-Selective NSAID: Analgesic/Anti-Inflammatory... MOA:…
Pregabalin
Class: Analgesic, Anticonvulsant... MOA: Binds Alpha-2-Delta su…
Gabapentin
Class: Analgesic, Anticonvulsant... MOA: Binds Alpha-2-Delta su…
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PHARMACOLOGY TEST 3
antacids generally:... a. increase the to…
antacid products should not be adminis…
which of the following is true about a…
a magnesium based acid may cause:... a. c…
A
b. coumadin/warfarin
a. agents in this category have a rapid onset and a short dur…
d. diarrhea
antacids generally:... a. increase the to…
A
antacid products should not be adminis…
b. coumadin/warfarin
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Pharmacology Test 3- Antifungals
Polyene Membrane Disrupters (PMD)
Properties of PMD
Amphotericin B (affinity for ergostero…
Ampho B formulations
Amphotericin B, Nystatin, Natamycin... MOA: affinity for membran…
-amphoteric (lipophilic and hydrophilic)... *The number of conju…
7 conjugated double bonds (inc. potency and decreased toxicit…
1.) ampho deoxycholate = more nephrotoxic... 2.) lipids (ABCD an…
Polyene Membrane Disrupters (PMD)
Amphotericin B, Nystatin, Natamycin... MOA: affinity for membran…
Properties of PMD
-amphoteric (lipophilic and hydrophilic)... *The number of conju…
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pharmacology test 3
4 classes eicosanoids
steroids inhibit which step in prostag…
aspirin and other NSAIDs inhibit which…
main functions of PGI2? (prostacyclin)
Prostaglandins - PG's... Prostacyclins - PI's... Thromboxanes - TXA…
inhibit phospholipases, which produce arachidonic acid from p…
COX-1 and COX-2
vasodilation, inhibits platelet aggregation
4 classes eicosanoids
Prostaglandins - PG's... Prostacyclins - PI's... Thromboxanes - TXA…
steroids inhibit which step in prostag…
inhibit phospholipases, which produce arachidonic acid from p…
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Pharmacology Test 3
Heart Loads
Diuretics
Furosemide (Lasix)
Hydrochlorothiazide (HydroDIURIL)
Preload: the amount of ventricular stretch at the end of dias…
Drugs that increase renal excretion of water, sodium, and oth…
Prototype of loop diuretics; inhibits sodium, chloride & wate…
Prototype for thiazide diuretics (synthetic drugs chemically…
Heart Loads
Preload: the amount of ventricular stretch at the end of dias…
Diuretics
Drugs that increase renal excretion of water, sodium, and oth…
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Pharmacology Test 3
2-aminoimidazoline
Phenylethanolamine
4-OH
Small alkyl on R2
pharmacophore for selective a2 agonists
Necessary for B receptor affinity
slows metabolism by MAO
2-aminoimidazoline
pharmacophore for selective a2 agonists
Phenylethanolamine
Test 3 pharmacology
Chemical name
Generic name
Brand name
What are legal classification of drugs?
Identifies the chemical structure and his complex
Drug name that is usually descriptive of its chemical structu…
Name given by specific company, short and easy, may not refle…
Prescription: legally authorized person, specific documentati…
Chemical name
Identifies the chemical structure and his complex
Generic name
Drug name that is usually descriptive of its chemical structu…
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Pharmacology Test 3
Botulinus toxin
Curare
Succinylcholine (Sux)
Decamethonium
blocks vesicular Ach release
blocks permeability to Na+ and K+
increase the permeability of Na and K
(can counteract Sux) blocks permeability
Botulinus toxin
blocks vesicular Ach release
Curare
blocks permeability to Na+ and K+
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pharmacology test 3
where is mucus normally found in the b…
what are the function of mucus?
list the disease that mucoactive thera…
what is the goal of mucoactive therapy?
GI tract... genital tract... airways
lubricates... protects against osmotic pressure and inflammatory…
CF... acute bronchitis and chronic bronchitis... pneumonia... diffuse…
to promote secretion clearance should be considered after the…
where is mucus normally found in the b…
GI tract... genital tract... airways
what are the function of mucus?
lubricates... protects against osmotic pressure and inflammatory…
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Pharmacology and Terminology Test 3
Levothyroxine
Leuprolide acetate (Lupron)
Desmopressin
Propylthiouracil
tx: hypothyroidism... fast, pounding HR... seizures, tremors... blurr…
sex hormone suppressor ... depression... fast, pounding, uneven HR…
clotting promotor and antidiuretic ... tx: diabetes insipidus…
antithyroid... tx: Grave's disease... changes in menstration... dark…
Levothyroxine
tx: hypothyroidism... fast, pounding HR... seizures, tremors... blurr…
Leuprolide acetate (Lupron)
sex hormone suppressor ... depression... fast, pounding, uneven HR…
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Pharmacology test 3
Recognize the SAR of the phenylethanol…
Recognize the SAR of the PEA and 2-ary…
Recognize the phenylpropanolamine phar…
Recognize aryloxypropanolamines as cli…
The standard PEA, Norepinephrine, has binding affinity for al…
2-arylimidazoline: ... 2-aminoimidazoline: arginino/guanidino gr…
Mixed acting sympathomimetics, such as PEA, have no catechols…
...
Recognize the SAR of the phenylethanol…
The standard PEA, Norepinephrine, has binding affinity for al…
Recognize the SAR of the PEA and 2-ary…
2-arylimidazoline: ... 2-aminoimidazoline: arginino/guanidino gr…
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Pharmacology test 3
venous system
cardiac output
preload
stroke volume
holds up to 64% of the blood in the circulatory system; the v…
volume of blood pumped by the heart in one minute; 4-6 L; car…
amount of stretch/tension before contraction and is related t…
amount of blood pumped with each contraction; normally about…
venous system
holds up to 64% of the blood in the circulatory system; the v…
cardiac output
volume of blood pumped by the heart in one minute; 4-6 L; car…
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Pharmacology test 3 MMCC
pharmacology
drugs
FDA
brand name
biological effects of chemicals
chemicals introduced to the body that cause some type of chan…
regulate the development and sale of drugs
approved name (by drug company)
pharmacology
biological effects of chemicals
drugs
chemicals introduced to the body that cause some type of chan…
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Pharmacology Review Test 3
Peripheral edema and enlarged liver
Visual disturbances (halos), blurred v…
Reduce work load
Thrombolytic; clot
What are symptoms of right sided heart failure?
What are the most common side effects of Lanoxin?
What is the goal of treatment for angina?
Retavase is a ____; it is a "____ buster"
Peripheral edema and enlarged liver
What are symptoms of right sided heart failure?
Visual disturbances (halos), blurred v…
What are the most common side effects of Lanoxin?
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Pharmacology Test 3
Chapter 32:
Type I Diabetes
Type II Diabetes
Acute hyperglycemia
Anti-Diabetic Drugs
lack of insulin production (Pt's always need insulin
multifactorial disease- lifestyle modifications, genetic, met…
more common with Type I
Chapter 32:
Anti-Diabetic Drugs
Type I Diabetes
lack of insulin production (Pt's always need insulin
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Pharmacology Test 3
Nitroglycerin
Isosorbide Dinitrate
Isosorbide 5 Mononitrate
Nitroprusside (SNP)
Organic NItrate, Nitrovasodilator, Venous Dilator... Angina/Prin…
Organic NItrate, Nitrovasodilator, Venous Dilator ... Angina/Pri…
Organic Nitrate, Nitrovasodilator, Venous Dilator ... Angina/Pri…
Nitrovasodilator, balanced vasodilator... uses glutathione to re…
Nitroglycerin
Organic NItrate, Nitrovasodilator, Venous Dilator... Angina/Prin…
Isosorbide Dinitrate
Organic NItrate, Nitrovasodilator, Venous Dilator ... Angina/Pri…
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Pharmacology Test 3
Vial
Ampule
D5W
NaCl
A glass or plastic container that has a rubber membrane on th…
A glass container that holds a single dose of medication
5% dextrose in water
Sodium Chloride
Vial
A glass or plastic container that has a rubber membrane on th…
Ampule
A glass container that holds a single dose of medication
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Pharmacology Test 3
Types of Lipids
Triglycerides
Phospholipids
Steroids
Triglycerides, phospholipids and steroids
Energy Source, 90% total lipids in the body
Essential for building plasma membranes... Lecithins - once a…
Cholesterol most widely known... a. Natural and vital componen…
Types of Lipids
Triglycerides, phospholipids and steroids
Triglycerides
Energy Source, 90% total lipids in the body
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Pharmacology Test 3 Antihypertensives
What is the equation for blood pressure?
Give the names of hypertension from an…
Give the name for hypertension from a…
About how many people have HTN in the…
CO x SVR (systemic vascular resistance)
essential, idiopathic, or primary hypertension (90% of the ca…
secondary HTN (10% of the cases)
50 million
What is the equation for blood pressure?
CO x SVR (systemic vascular resistance)
Give the names of hypertension from an…
essential, idiopathic, or primary hypertension (90% of the ca…
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Pharmacology Test 3 Ch 27
Coronary Artery Disease is a
Coronary Artery Disease
The coronary arteries are
Occlusion of the coronary arteries
leading cause of death in United States
Narrowing or occlusion of a coronary artery
the arteries that branch off after the blood is pumped out of…
normally occurs due to the buildup of plaque in the arteries
Coronary Artery Disease is a
leading cause of death in United States
Coronary Artery Disease
Narrowing or occlusion of a coronary artery
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pharmacology test 3
cyclobenzaprine, dantrolene sodium
cyclobenzarine (flexeril)
danrolene sodium
acetylcholine
muscle relaxants
- centrally acting muscle relaxant... - works by depressing moto…
- used for muscle spams associated with stroke, cerebral pals…
- neurotransmitter in charge of memory regulation and cogniti…
cyclobenzaprine, dantrolene sodium
muscle relaxants
cyclobenzarine (flexeril)
- centrally acting muscle relaxant... - works by depressing moto…
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Pharmacology Test 3
Four characteristics of cancer
Cancer genesis
Cytotoxic drugs in cancer therapy
Immunotherapy of cancer
Uncontrolled proliferation (also a characteristic of a benign…
Mutation (either acquired or inherited) leads to altered gene…
Alkylating agents form covalent bonds with DNA.... Antimetaboli…
Stimulate the immune system to reject and destroy tumors... Com…
Four characteristics of cancer
Uncontrolled proliferation (also a characteristic of a benign…
Cancer genesis
Mutation (either acquired or inherited) leads to altered gene…
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Pharmacology Test 3
Heparin- unfractioned
Heparin- LMW
Heparin- unfractioned
Heparin overdose
anticoagulant
anticoagulant
suppresses coagulation by helping antithrombin inactivate clo…
Give Protamine Sulfate
Heparin- unfractioned
anticoagulant
Heparin- LMW
anticoagulant
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Pharmacology Test 3
Botulinum toxin
Pilocarpine
Bethanechol
Atropine
inhibitor of Ach synthesis, storage and release, used to trea…
mAChR agonist, salivary inducer
mAChR agonist, AChE resistant
mAChR antagonist, causes pupil dilation and reduces salivatio…
Botulinum toxin
inhibitor of Ach synthesis, storage and release, used to trea…
Pilocarpine
mAChR agonist, salivary inducer
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Pharmacology Test 3
Shock:
-Hypovolemic shock (vomiting, hemorrha…
-decreased blood pressure... -difficulty…
depends on the severity and for some a…
is a condition where blood flow does not meet the bodys needs.
Types of shock (4):
signs of anaphylaxis:
treatments for shock:
Shock:
is a condition where blood flow does not meet the bodys needs.
-Hypovolemic shock (vomiting, hemorrha…
Types of shock (4):
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Pharmacology test 3
Drug classifications to know
Antiarrhythmic classifications
Anticoagulant and Thrombolytics Classi…
Antihyperlipidemic classifications
Antiarrhythmic; Anticoagulant and Thrombolytics; Antihyperlip…
Class I Sodium Channel Blockers... Class II β-Adrenergic Blocker…
Oral anticoagulants... Parenteral anticoagulants... Antiplatelet ag…
HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors... Bile Acid Resins... Fibric Acid Der…
Drug classifications to know
Antiarrhythmic; Anticoagulant and Thrombolytics; Antihyperlip…
Antiarrhythmic classifications
Class I Sodium Channel Blockers... Class II β-Adrenergic Blocker…
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Test 3- Pharmacology
Loop Diuretics (Forosemide - Lasix) -…
Loop Diuretics (Forosemide - Lasix) -…
Loop Diuretics (Forosemide - Lasix) -…
Loop Diuretics (Forosemide - Lasix) -…
- inhibit reasbosprtion of sodium... - cause Na+ and water loss…
- electrolyte imbalances... - orthostatic hypotenstion... - Stevens…
- vitals... - electrolytes... - weight... - input and output
- notify HCP if output does not increase... - give slowly IV - c…
Loop Diuretics (Forosemide - Lasix) -…
- inhibit reasbosprtion of sodium... - cause Na+ and water loss…
Loop Diuretics (Forosemide - Lasix) -…
- electrolyte imbalances... - orthostatic hypotenstion... - Stevens…
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Pharmacology Test 3
Percutaneous Routes
Percutaneous
Generic name
Trade Name
Inhalants (Nose or into Lungs)... topical (skin)... ophthalmic (eye…
Any medication applied to the skin or mucous membrane
Simpler than chemical, often the official name, used universa…
Capitalized, followed by the symbol ®, name registered and re…
Percutaneous Routes
Inhalants (Nose or into Lungs)... topical (skin)... ophthalmic (eye…
Percutaneous
Any medication applied to the skin or mucous membrane
66 terms
Pharmacology Test 3
Beta-Lactams: Penicillins
Probenecid
Penicillins ADRs
Amoxicillin
- Inhibit biosynthesis of peptidoglycan bacterial cell wall.…
Prolongs the half-life of penicillins and increases risk for…
- Cross-sensitivity with cephlasporins... - GI (diarrhea, N/V),…
First-line therapy for AOM and sinusitis.
Beta-Lactams: Penicillins
- Inhibit biosynthesis of peptidoglycan bacterial cell wall.…
Probenecid
Prolongs the half-life of penicillins and increases risk for…
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Pharmacology Test 3
Characteristics of Cancer (5)
Angiogenesis
Metastasis
Factors related to cancer
-Cells lack differentiation... -immortal, while normal cells hav…
-Form new blood vessels to bring nutrient and oxygen to tumor…
-Tumor progression ... -tumor is able to move to other tissues
-Heredity... -Carcinogens... -Immunodeficiencies
Characteristics of Cancer (5)
-Cells lack differentiation... -immortal, while normal cells hav…
Angiogenesis
-Form new blood vessels to bring nutrient and oxygen to tumor…
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test 3 Pharmacology
amoxicillin
nafcillin
cefepime
azithromycin
Trimox
Nafcillin
Maxipime
Zithromax
amoxicillin
Trimox
nafcillin
Nafcillin
129 terms
Pharmacology Test 3
Stroke volume
cardiac output
cardiac output
high
the amount of blood ejected by the left ventricle with each h…
the amount of blood the heart pumps in one minute
heart rate x stroke volume
if someone has high blood pressure due to vasoconstriction, t…
Stroke volume
the amount of blood ejected by the left ventricle with each h…
cardiac output
the amount of blood the heart pumps in one minute
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Pharmacology Test 3
GPCR, PLC --> IP3, DAG increase, relea…
inhibit AC --> decrease cAMP
Tumor of adrenal medulla or sympatheti…
Members of family of a1 antagonists tr…
A1 receptor
A2 receptor
Pheochromocytoma
prazosin
GPCR, PLC --> IP3, DAG increase, relea…
A1 receptor
inhibit AC --> decrease cAMP
A2 receptor
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pharmacology test 3
Na Bicarbonate
Ca bicarbonate
Mg hydroxide
Al hydroxide
Anti-acid ... use: Acid-peptic disease... AR: Gas... CI: CVD and kidne…
Anti-acid ... use: Acid-peptic disease... AR: Gas
Anti-acid ... use: Acid-peptic disease... AR: diarrhea ... CI: kidney…
Anti-acid ... use: Acid-peptic disease... AR: constipation ... CI: kid…
Na Bicarbonate
Anti-acid ... use: Acid-peptic disease... AR: Gas... CI: CVD and kidne…
Ca bicarbonate
Anti-acid ... use: Acid-peptic disease... AR: Gas
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Pharmacology Test 3
Xenobiotics
Lipophilic
Phase I
Phase II
introduction of foreign substances
what is the general structure of pharmacologically active org…
reaction whose goal is to convert the parent drug to a more p…
reaction that involves drug conjugation with the new function…
Xenobiotics
introduction of foreign substances
Lipophilic
what is the general structure of pharmacologically active org…
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Pharmacology test 3
Endocrine drugs
Types of Endocrine Drugs
Gastrointestinal drugs
Types of Gastrointestinal drugs #1
Used to replace naturally occuring hormones that are deficien…
Ex. Methyltestosterone(Virilon)... Ex. Estrogens (Premarin) wome…
Drugs used to relieve uncomfortable abdominal symptoms
Antacids- neutralizes HCL in stomach... Ex. Aluminum antacid (Ro…
Endocrine drugs
Used to replace naturally occuring hormones that are deficien…
Types of Endocrine Drugs
Ex. Methyltestosterone(Virilon)... Ex. Estrogens (Premarin) wome…
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pharmacology test 3
Na Bicarbonate
Ca bicarbonate
Mg hydroxide
Al hydroxide
Anti-acid ... use: Acid-peptic disease... AR: Gas... CI: CVD and kidne…
Anti-acid ... use: Acid-peptic disease... AR: Gas
Anti-acid ... use: Acid-peptic disease... AR: diarrhea ... CI: kidney…
Anti-acid ... use: Acid-peptic disease... AR: constipation ... CI: kid…
Na Bicarbonate
Anti-acid ... use: Acid-peptic disease... AR: Gas... CI: CVD and kidne…
Ca bicarbonate
Anti-acid ... use: Acid-peptic disease... AR: Gas
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