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Pharm: Chapter 7 Parenteral Administration
Creams
Lotions
Aqueous
Ointments
Semisolid emulsions that contain medicinal agents for externa…
Aqueous (water-based) perparations that contain suspended mat…
Water-based
semisolid preparations of medicinal substances in an oily bas…
Creams
Semisolid emulsions that contain medicinal agents for externa…
Lotions
Aqueous (water-based) perparations that contain suspended mat…
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Chapter 14. Pharmacology Medication and Administration
Medication
Drug
Pharmacology
EMT scope of practice
Generally defined as a drug or other substance that is used a…
Is a chemical substance that is used to treat or prevent a di…
The study of drugs.
EMT's will only be able to administer medications under the d…
Medication
Generally defined as a drug or other substance that is used a…
Drug
Is a chemical substance that is used to treat or prevent a di…
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Pharmacology chapter 2 (administration of drugs)
Buccal
Drug error
Extravasation
Infiltration
Between cheek and gum
Any incident in which a patient receives wrong dose, wrong dr…
Escape of fluid from a blood vessel into surrounding tissues
Collection of fluid in a tissue
Buccal
Between cheek and gum
Drug error
Any incident in which a patient receives wrong dose, wrong dr…
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Chapter 7: Administration of the USA
What are the justifiable reasons for d…
Offer:
Sale:
Jurisdiction:
Conviction for any felony or securities-related misdemeanor w…
every attempt to dispose of, and every solicitation to by, a…
any contract or agreement to dispose of a security for value
(1) The power to interpret and apply the law, or (2) the terr…
What are the justifiable reasons for d…
Conviction for any felony or securities-related misdemeanor w…
Offer:
every attempt to dispose of, and every solicitation to by, a…
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Chapter 7: Percutaneous Administration
Percutaneous Administration
Percutaneous Administration 2
Creams, Lotions, Ointments and Dressings
Procedure Protocol
Application of medications to the skin or mucous membranes fo…
Patient teaching... -wash hands... -proper application techniques... -…
-Creams: non-greasy, removed with water... -Lotions: soothing ag…
-wash hands, put on gloves... -position the patient... -clean the a…
Percutaneous Administration
Application of medications to the skin or mucous membranes fo…
Percutaneous Administration 2
Patient teaching... -wash hands... -proper application techniques... -…
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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
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Chapter 7: Responsibilities and Principles of Drug Administration
Common Situations Associated with Medi…
Medication errors should be reported _…
Basic Principles of Medication Adminis…
Rights of Medication Administration
i. Administering a drug to the wrong patient... ii. Administerin…
immediately
1. Cleanliness... 2. Organization... 3. Preparation Area
1. Right medication... 2. Right amount... 3. Right time... 4. Right ro…
Common Situations Associated with Medi…
i. Administering a drug to the wrong patient... ii. Administerin…
Medication errors should be reported _…
immediately
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Public Administration Chapter 7
Ethics
Not only knowing the right answers but…
operate "in the public interest"
Deontology
The process by which we clarify right and wrong and act on wh…
What an ethical approach toward working in public organizatio…
concerns that public managers encounter are similar to those…
The belief that broad principles of rightness and wrongness c…
Ethics
The process by which we clarify right and wrong and act on wh…
Not only knowing the right answers but…
What an ethical approach toward working in public organizatio…
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ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE CHAPTER 7
FEDERAL COURT SYSTEM
STATE COURT SYSTEM
JURISTICTION
ORIGINAL JURISDICTION
the three-tiered structure of federal courts, comprising US d…
a state judicial structure; most states generally have at lea…
the territory, subject matter, or people over which a court o…
the lawful authority of a court to hear or to act on a case f…
FEDERAL COURT SYSTEM
the three-tiered structure of federal courts, comprising US d…
STATE COURT SYSTEM
a state judicial structure; most states generally have at lea…
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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
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Police Administration Chapter 7
The reasons, intentions, and objective…
You work in a police department where…
The components of the leadership skill…
The chief of police in your city is tr…
Power motivation.
Democratic.
Human relations, conceptual, and technical.
Conceptual.
The reasons, intentions, and objective…
Power motivation.
You work in a police department where…
Democratic.
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Chapter 7: Medication Administration
Before administering medication, the n…
Patients with an egg or soy allergy sh…
Where could a nurse obtain his/her pat…
What information should be included in…
medical history
Propofol
- Admission Notes... - MAR... - Medical History
- All the medication the patient takes (including OTCs and he…
Before administering medication, the n…
medical history
Patients with an egg or soy allergy sh…
Propofol
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Police Administration Chapter 7
All of the above
is both a grant made from the led to t…
All of the above
Socialized power
Which of the following is true of leadership?
Power is an indispensable dimension of police departments, an…
Police managers with personalized power tend to be:
Lieutenant Guasto is a well-known leader who has earned respe…
All of the above
Which of the following is true of leadership?
is both a grant made from the led to t…
Power is an indispensable dimension of police departments, an…
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Public Administration - Chapter 7
The first important step in legitimizi…
All the following are recommendations…
Which group or law called for the dece…
Which group(s) is(are) not heavily uni…
Executive Order 10988
hazardous duty pay
National Performance Review, also known as the National Partn…
state public welfare workers
The first important step in legitimizi…
Executive Order 10988
All the following are recommendations…
hazardous duty pay
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Chapter 7: Responsibilities and Principles of Drug Administration
Common Situations Associated with Medi…
Medication errors should be reported _…
Basic Principles of Medication Adminis…
Rights of Medication Administration
i. Administering a drug to the wrong patient... ii. Administerin…
immediately
1. Cleanliness... 2. Organization... 3. Preparation Area
1. Right medication... 2. Right amount... 3. Right time... 4. Right ro…
Common Situations Associated with Medi…
i. Administering a drug to the wrong patient... ii. Administerin…
Medication errors should be reported _…
immediately
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Police Administration Chapter 7
The reasons, intentions, and objective…
You work in a police department where…
The components of the leadership skill…
The chief of police in your city is tr…
Power motivation.
Democratic.
Human relations, conceptual, and technical.
Conceptual.
The reasons, intentions, and objective…
Power motivation.
You work in a police department where…
Democratic.
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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
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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…
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Police Administration Chapter 7
The reasons, intentions, and objective…
You work in a police department where…
The components of the leadership skill…
The chief of police in your city is tr…
Power motivation.
Democratic.
Human relations, conceptual, and technical.
Conceptual.
The reasons, intentions, and objective…
Power motivation.
You work in a police department where…
Democratic.
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Public administration Chapter 7
pioneerd the application of psychologi…
-sought to match the abilities of new…
new style of applied behavior emerged…
-focused attention on seeking to answe…
Hugo Munsterberg
Hugo Munsterberg
1960s
new approach in 1960s
pioneerd the application of psychologi…
Hugo Munsterberg
-sought to match the abilities of new…
Hugo Munsterberg
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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 Chapter 7: Responsibilities and pronciples of drug administration
Responsibilities of health care practi…
Responsible Drug Administration
Resources: PDR, AHFS Drug Information,…
Responsibility for safe administration…
Adequate, up-to-date information... Wisdom and judgment to asses…
Unfamiliar drugs should never be administered... Moral, ethical,…
must be consulted before admin of a drug in order to become f…
complete planning for patient care, including prior assessmen…
Responsibilities of health care practi…
Adequate, up-to-date information... Wisdom and judgment to asses…
Responsible Drug Administration
Unfamiliar drugs should never be administered... Moral, ethical,…
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Administrative Policy Chapter 7
Innovation
Industry Life Cycle
Network Effects
Standard
The commercialization of any new product, process, or idea, o…
The four different stages--introduction, growth, maturity, an…
The positive effect (externally) that one user of a product o…
An agreed-upon solution about a common set of engineering fea…
Innovation
The commercialization of any new product, process, or idea, o…
Industry Life Cycle
The four different stages--introduction, growth, maturity, an…
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Chapter 7: administrative law
balance of probabilities
jurisdiction
order-in-council
privative clause
civil standard of proof - more likely than not
legal responsibility based on geography or division of legisl…
cabinet decision
a provision in a statute that purports to prevent court from…
balance of probabilities
civil standard of proof - more likely than not
jurisdiction
legal responsibility based on geography or division of legisl…
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Chapter 14 Pharmacology Medication and Administration
METERED-DOSE INHALER (MDI)
MEDICATION
SMALL-VOLUME NEBULIZER (SVN)
SIDE EFFECTS
device consisting of a plastic container and a canister of me…
a drug or other substance that is used as a remedy for illness.
a device that uses compressed air or oxygen to nebulize a liq…
the undesired effects of a medication; for example, side effe…
METERED-DOSE INHALER (MDI)
device consisting of a plastic container and a canister of me…
MEDICATION
a drug or other substance that is used as a remedy for illness.
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Chapter 14 Pharmacology Medication and Administration
ADMINISTRATION
SMALL-VOLUME NEBULIZER (SVN)
SIDE EFFECTS
CONTRAINDICATIONS
the route and form by which a drug is given
a device that uses compressed air or oxygen to nebulize a liq…
the undesired effects of a medication; for example, side effe…
situations in which a medication should not be used; for exam…
ADMINISTRATION
the route and form by which a drug is given
SMALL-VOLUME NEBULIZER (SVN)
a device that uses compressed air or oxygen to nebulize a liq…
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Chapter 14. Pharmacology Medication and Administration
Medication
Drug
Pharmacology
EMT scope of practice
Generally defined as a drug or other substance that is used a…
Is a chemical substance that is used to treat or prevent a di…
The study of drugs.
EMT's will only be able to administer medications under the d…
Medication
Generally defined as a drug or other substance that is used a…
Drug
Is a chemical substance that is used to treat or prevent a di…
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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…
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Administrative Medical Assistant Chapter 7
appointment abbreviations
appointment block
appointment book
appointment card
Shortened words or code numbers indicatiing types of appointm…
Segment of time set aside in the appointment schedule for a s…
Set of sheets used to schedule and record time set aside for…
Small card preprinted with the physician's name, address, and…
appointment abbreviations
Shortened words or code numbers indicatiing types of appointm…
appointment block
Segment of time set aside in the appointment schedule for a s…
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Chapter 7: Administrative Law
Administrative agencies are not specif…
Administrative Agencies are created wh…
2 Types
Executive Agencies
There is legislation passed that enables the agencies to regu…
Congress passes enabling legislation specifying the name, com…
Executive Agencies and Independent Agencies
Administrative agencies that reside within the executive offi…
Administrative agencies are not specif…
There is legislation passed that enables the agencies to regu…
Administrative Agencies are created wh…
Congress passes enabling legislation specifying the name, com…
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Administrative management: Chapter 7
2 systems of decision making
Rational model of decision making (Cla…
problems
opportunities
1 - Intuitive and largely unconscious... 2 - Analytical and cons…
explains how managers should make decisions - assumes manager…
difficulties that inhibit the achievement of goals
situations that present possibilities for exceeding existing…
2 systems of decision making
1 - Intuitive and largely unconscious... 2 - Analytical and cons…
Rational model of decision making (Cla…
explains how managers should make decisions - assumes manager…
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Pharmacology chapter 13 medication administration
Buccal
Inhalations
Installations
Intradermal
Administered in the cheek. Drugs given sublingually or buccal…
Metered dose inhaler's (mdi) our handheld devices that delive…
Liquid medications usually administered as drops ointments or…
Local affect. Used for observation of an inflammatory reactio…
Buccal
Administered in the cheek. Drugs given sublingually or buccal…
Inhalations
Metered dose inhaler's (mdi) our handheld devices that delive…
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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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Introducing Public Administration Chapter 7
Miles's Law
Organizational Behavior
Analyzing Organizations - 4 Basic Assu…
Specific approach for Introducing new…
Rufus E. Miles (1910-1996) chronicled the history of his law…
The study of organizational behavior includes those aspects o…
1. Organizations are created to serve human needs.... 2. Organiz…
1. Minimize fear of change by involving people in all levels…
Miles's Law
Rufus E. Miles (1910-1996) chronicled the history of his law…
Organizational Behavior
The study of organizational behavior includes those aspects o…
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Public Administration: Chapter 7 definitions.
Political Appointees.
Sub-Cabinet Officials.
Professional Careerist.
Pendleton Act.
Any employee who is appointed by the President, the Vice Pres…
Of, relating to, or being an administrative position below ca…
Someone who views their employment above everything else.
A US federal law, enacted in 1883, which established decided…
Political Appointees.
Any employee who is appointed by the President, the Vice Pres…
Sub-Cabinet Officials.
Of, relating to, or being an administrative position below ca…
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Chapter 7 (Administrative Reform)
Where is most innovative administrativ…
What are the 4 main approaches to refo…
What is the goal of downsizing?
What direction does downsizing reform…
private sector
downsizing, reengineering, continuous improvement, transparen…
lower expenditures
outside-in
Where is most innovative administrativ…
private sector
What are the 4 main approaches to refo…
downsizing, reengineering, continuous improvement, transparen…
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Pharmacology Chapter 4 Routes of Administration
Routes of administration
Drug Cycle
Topical route
Transdermal
Various routes a drug can be administered
Steps that include absorption, distribution, metabolism and e…
when a drug is applied directly to the skin, eyes or ears and…
differs from the topical route inthat the drug is applied to…
Routes of administration
Various routes a drug can be administered
Drug Cycle
Steps that include absorption, distribution, metabolism and e…
Chapter 7: TEST ADMINISTRATION
TITLE:WHAT AFFECTS TEST SCORE:... Simple…
TITLE: WHAT IS THE "PROTOCOL"
A test is just the collection of test…
Must consider the entire setting:... -set…
observed score... error... error
...
simple view
why... where/when... who... how
TITLE:WHAT AFFECTS TEST SCORE:... Simple…
observed score... error... error
TITLE: WHAT IS THE "PROTOCOL"
...
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Intro to administration of justice: chapter 7
Three I's of police selection
College academies
Public Safety officers
Police cadet program
Three qualities of the American police officer that seem to b…
Schools where students pursue a program that integrates an as…
Police department employees who perform many police services…
A program that combines a college education with agency work…
Three I's of police selection
Three qualities of the American police officer that seem to b…
College academies
Schools where students pursue a program that integrates an as…
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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
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Chapter 7 Front Office Administration
Alveolar process
Ankyloglossia
Apex
Arch wire
A bony ridge found on the inferior surface of the Maxilla and…
Restricted movement of the tongue, which results in speech di…
Highest point on the top of the head
a contoured metal wire that provides force when teeth are gui…
Alveolar process
A bony ridge found on the inferior surface of the Maxilla and…
Ankyloglossia
Restricted movement of the tongue, which results in speech di…
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Pharmacology Chapter 10 : Parenteral Medications & Administration
Parenteral Medications
Parenteral Medications include:
Topical Medications
Semi-solid preparations
All medications that are not introduced into the gastrointest…
Topical Ophthalmic... Otic Vaginal... Nasal Inhaled... Injectable
Applied directly to and absorbed through skin... May be administ…
Ointment Cream... Lotion Gel... Liniment
Parenteral Medications
All medications that are not introduced into the gastrointest…
Parenteral Medications include:
Topical Ophthalmic... Otic Vaginal... Nasal Inhaled... Injectable
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Public Administration Chapter 7 Key Concepts
Bureaucrat bashing
Bureaucratic impersonality
Group dynamics
Hawthorne experiments
Either justified criticism or inappropriate condemnation of p…
The dehumanizing consequences of formal organizational struct…
The sub field of organization behavior concerned about the na…
The late 1920's and early 1930's management studies undertake…
Bureaucrat bashing
Either justified criticism or inappropriate condemnation of p…
Bureaucratic impersonality
The dehumanizing consequences of formal organizational struct…
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Pharmacology: Chapter 2 - Administration of Drugs
Inhalation
Intradermal
Intramuscular (IM)
Intravenous (IV)
Drug administration route in which the patient inhales the dr…
Pertaining to the dermis area within the upper layers of the…
Area within a muscle
Area within a vein
Inhalation
Drug administration route in which the patient inhales the dr…
Intradermal
Pertaining to the dermis area within the upper layers of the…
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Chapter 14: Pharmacology Medication and Administration
Drug
Medication
Medications carried on EMS unit
Aspirin
Chemical substance used to treat or precent disease or condit…
Drug or other substance used as a remedy for illness.
Oxygen, Oral Glucose, Activated Charcoal, Aspirin.
Administered to pt w/ chest discomfort or pain, related to th…
Drug
Chemical substance used to treat or precent disease or condit…
Medication
Drug or other substance used as a remedy for illness.
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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…
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pharmacology alh 2200 chapter 7
herbal medicine, chiropractic, acumunc…
alternative medicine when used simulta…
the practice of medicine is taught in…
a product that contains an ingredient…
alternative medicine
complementary medicine
conventional medicine
dietary supplement
herbal medicine, chiropractic, acumunc…
alternative medicine
alternative medicine when used simulta…
complementary medicine
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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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Chapter 14:Pharmacology, Medication, and Administration
After assessing a patient with her epi…
A patient with a history of diabetes i…
A patient who is short of breath and h…
The EMT should consider aspirin for a…
side effect
confusion and irritability
contact medical command for authorization
chest discomfort
After assessing a patient with her epi…
side effect
A patient with a history of diabetes i…
confusion and irritability
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Chapter 8 - Pharmacology "percutaneous administration)
Absorption of topical medication can b…
Define percutaneous administration. Wh…
List the methods of percutaneous admin…
- solutions to mucous membranes is app…
1) Drug concentration... 2) How long is the contact with skin... 3)…
- Skin or mucous membranes.
1) topical ointments... 2) powders... 3) lotion ... 4) Solutions to mu…
solutions to mucous membranes of the ... 1) mouth... 2) ear... 3) nose…
Absorption of topical medication can b…
1) Drug concentration... 2) How long is the contact with skin... 3)…
Define percutaneous administration. Wh…
- Skin or mucous membranes.
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