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Nursing Pharmacology Drug Tables
Acetylsalcyic MOA
Acetylsalcyic Advere reactions
Acetylsalcyic Contraindications
Cyclooxygenes enzyme needed for
Inhibits Cyclooxygenes (COX) Enzyme
GI bleed
Hx GI bleed
Synthesis of prostaglandin ... Synthesis of thromboxane
Acetylsalcyic MOA
Inhibits Cyclooxygenes (COX) Enzyme
Acetylsalcyic Advere reactions
GI bleed
pharmacology drug list and tables to know
muscarnic agonsist
muscarinic receptor
muscarinic txicity
muscarinic antagonists
-Bethanecol (causes bladder contraction to treat urinary rete…
-pupil constrictiom... -dec'd HR... -inc'd secretion, lacrimation,…
-excessive salivation, lacrimation... -visual disturbances... -D+... -…
-atropine (used for inc'ing HR, dec'ing GI motility and saliv…
muscarnic agonsist
-Bethanecol (causes bladder contraction to treat urinary rete…
muscarinic receptor
-pupil constrictiom... -dec'd HR... -inc'd secretion, lacrimation,…
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Pharmacology Midterm (Drug Tables)
Ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) is in which…
Celecoxib (Celebrex) is in what drug c…
what is the COX-2 inhibitor that decre…
What is the NSAID that provides opioid…
NSAIDs
NSAIDs
celecoxib (Celebrex)
ketorolac (Toradol)
Ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) is in which…
NSAIDs
Celecoxib (Celebrex) is in what drug c…
NSAIDs
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PCOM: Pharmacology Drug Table
Opioid Analgesics: Natural Opiates
Natural Opiates:... Morphine
Natural Opiates:... codeine
Semisynthetic Opioids:... *Hydrocodone+Ac…
Morphine... Codeine
generic: none
generic: none
brand: Vicodin
Opioid Analgesics: Natural Opiates
Morphine... Codeine
Natural Opiates:... Morphine
generic: none
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pharmacology drug table
HCTZ
vasotec
lipitor
lopid
hydrochlorothiazide, thiazide diruetic
enalapril, ACE inhibitor
atorvastatin, statin cholesterol reducer
gemfibrozil, fibric-acid cholesterold reducer
HCTZ
hydrochlorothiazide, thiazide diruetic
vasotec
enalapril, ACE inhibitor
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Pharmacology Exam III: Drug Tables
Name the different categories of antib…
Where are penicillins derived from?
What penicillin group antibiotics can…
Which antibiotic is the most common ca…
Penicillins... Cephalosporins... Carbapenums... Monobactams
Molds and semisynthetic derivatives
Penicillin V... Oxacillin... Ampicillin... Amoxicillin
Penicillins
Name the different categories of antib…
Penicillins... Cephalosporins... Carbapenums... Monobactams
Where are penicillins derived from?
Molds and semisynthetic derivatives
Drug Tables Pharmacology Test 1
what are the 4 types of cns stimulants
what are the indications for all amphe…
what are the routes of administration…
what are the 4 types of antiparkinsons…
amphetamines, xanthines, analeptics, atomexetines
narcolepsy and adhd
oral
anticholinergic, dopaminergic,COMT inhibitors, MAO-B inhibitors
what are the 4 types of cns stimulants
amphetamines, xanthines, analeptics, atomexetines
what are the indications for all amphe…
narcolepsy and adhd
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Drug Table-ANS Physiology and Pharmacology
Bethanechol
Pilocarpine
Nicotine
Atropine
Class: cholinomimetic... Action: direct-acting muscarinic agonist
Class:cholinomimetic... Action: direct-acting muscarinic agonist
Class: cholinomimetic... Action: direct-acting nicotinic agonist
Class: Cholinergic antagonist... Action: muscarinic receptor ant…
Bethanechol
Class: cholinomimetic... Action: direct-acting muscarinic agonist
Pilocarpine
Class:cholinomimetic... Action: direct-acting muscarinic agonist
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Individual Drug Table- Pharmacology 3813 (Antiparkinson Drugs
Indications of Anticholinergic Drugs
Action of Anticholinergic Drugs
Contraindications of Anticholinergic D…
Adverse Effect of Anticholinergic Drugs
Idiopathic Parkinson with minimal symptoms ... Decrease salivati…
Centrally active and penetrate blood brain barrier... Decreases…
Cautious use with cardiovascular disorders (hypertension, dyr…
LOC, drowsiness... Constipation Urinary Rentention... Visual: photo…
Indications of Anticholinergic Drugs
Idiopathic Parkinson with minimal symptoms ... Decrease salivati…
Action of Anticholinergic Drugs
Centrally active and penetrate blood brain barrier... Decreases…
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Pharmacology: Dependence and Addiction Drugs Table
naloxone MOA
naloxone effects
naloxone clinical application
naloxone pharmacokinetics, toxicities,…
Nonselective antagonist of opioid receptors
Reverses the acute effects of opioids; can precipitate severe…
Opioid overdose.
Effect much shorter than morphine (1-2 h); therefore several…
naloxone MOA
Nonselective antagonist of opioid receptors
naloxone effects
Reverses the acute effects of opioids; can precipitate severe…
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Pharmacology Mrs. Edwards Antibiotics table MOA of drugs
Bacteriostatic or Bacteriocidal?... Sulfo…
Bacteriostatic or Bacteriocidal?... Penic…
Bacteriostatic or Bacteriocidal?... Vanco…
Bacteriostatic or Bacteriocidal?... Macro…
Bacteriostatic
Bacteriocidal
Bacteriocidal
Bacteriostatic
Bacteriostatic or Bacteriocidal?... Sulfo…
Bacteriostatic
Bacteriostatic or Bacteriocidal?... Penic…
Bacteriocidal
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Drug: Pharmacology
Dose-Response Curve
Dose-Response Curve pic
How many dose response curves exist fo…
Drug Dosage
Reflects the relationship between drug dosage and amount of e…
Every effect has its own curve
The greater the weight of the subject, the less the effect of…
Dose-Response Curve
Reflects the relationship between drug dosage and amount of e…
Dose-Response Curve pic
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Table 2.4 U.S. Drug Schedules EXAM 1 Pharmacology
I (Abuse Potential, Potential for Phys…
II (Abuse Potential, Potential for Phy…
III (Abuse Potential, Potential for Ph…
IV (Abuse Potential, Potential for Phy…
Abuse Potential- HIGHEST... Potential for Physical Dependency-…
Abuse Potential- HIGH... Potential for Physical Dependency- HIG…
Abuse Potential- MODERATE... Potential for Physical Dependency-…
Abuse Potential- LOWER... Potential for Physical Dependency- LO…
I (Abuse Potential, Potential for Phys…
Abuse Potential- HIGHEST... Potential for Physical Dependency-…
II (Abuse Potential, Potential for Phy…
Abuse Potential- HIGH... Potential for Physical Dependency- HIG…
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Table 10.5 Documented Herb- Drug Interactions Pharmacology
Feverfew
Garlic
Ginger
Ginkgo
Interactions: Aspirin and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammator…
Interactions: Aspirin and other NSAIDs, warfarin insulin, ora…
Interactions: Aspirin and other NSAIDs, heparin, warfarin... Ef…
Interactions: 1. Anticonvulsants, 2. Aspirin and NSAIDs, Hepa…
Feverfew
Interactions: Aspirin and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammator…
Garlic
Interactions: Aspirin and other NSAIDs, warfarin insulin, ora…
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Pharmacology: Table 14.3 Common Routes of Drug Administration
oral
sublingual
inhalation
parenteral
includes all drugs given by mouth. The advantages are ease of…
includes drugs that are held under the tongue and not swallow…
includes drugs inhaled directly into the nose and mouth. Aero…
an invasive method of administering drugs as it requires the…
oral
includes all drugs given by mouth. The advantages are ease of…
sublingual
includes drugs that are held under the tongue and not swallow…
Table 51-1 Drug classification, Categories, And Examples MOD 160 pharmacology
Analgesic
Anesthetic
Antacid
Antianxiety
Actions: Prostaglandin inhibitors and antagonists, non-steroi…
Actions: Interfere with the body's ability to experience pain…
Actions: Neutralize stomach acid by increasing pH ... Descriptio…
Actions: Produces a calming effect or increases a patients fe…
Analgesic
Actions: Prostaglandin inhibitors and antagonists, non-steroi…
Anesthetic
Actions: Interfere with the body's ability to experience pain…
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Pharmacology Drug Cards
Aspirin (ASA,Bayer,Ecotrin,St. Joseph,…
Adenosine (Adenocard)
Amiodarone HCL (Cordarone, Pacerone)
Albuterol Sulfate (Proventil, Ventolin)
Class: Platelet Inhibitor... MOA: Prevents platelets from clump…
Class: Antidysrhythmic... MOA: Slows conduction through the AV…
Class: Antidysrhythmic... MOA: Blocks sodium channels and myoca…
Class: Sympathomimetic, bronchodilator... MOA: Selective Beta-2…
Aspirin (ASA,Bayer,Ecotrin,St. Joseph,…
Class: Platelet Inhibitor... MOA: Prevents platelets from clump…
Adenosine (Adenocard)
Class: Antidysrhythmic... MOA: Slows conduction through the AV…
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Pharmacology / drugs
Routes of Antibacterial Administration
Classification of Antibacterial Agents
Penicillins
Narrow Spectrum Penicillins / Natural…
Oral... Intravenous... Intramuscular... Intrathecal/Intraventricular... I…
Carbapenems... Cephalosporins... Fluoroquinolones... Macrolides... Penici…
One of earliest antibiotics... Inhibits cell wall synthesis
Beta lactam ... Oral anaerobe coverage, Gram positive cocci and…
Routes of Antibacterial Administration
Oral... Intravenous... Intramuscular... Intrathecal/Intraventricular... I…
Classification of Antibacterial Agents
Carbapenems... Cephalosporins... Fluoroquinolones... Macrolides... Penici…
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Pharmacology & Drugs
Pharmacology
Drug
Synthetic
Pharmacokinetics
Branch of science dealing with the actions of drugs
Chemical agent used in prevention, treatment, and diagnosis o…
Term to describe drugs made in a laboratory
Method by which drugs are absorbed, distributed, metabolized,…
Pharmacology
Branch of science dealing with the actions of drugs
Drug
Chemical agent used in prevention, treatment, and diagnosis o…
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Drug pharmacology
Pharmacology
Medication
Drug
Who must order drugs
Branch of science that studies drugs, their uses, their compo…
Substances prescribed for treatment that produces therapeutic…
Chemical that if absorbed that the living organism has a phys…
The physician
Pharmacology
Branch of science that studies drugs, their uses, their compo…
Medication
Substances prescribed for treatment that produces therapeutic…
Pharmacology Drug Classifications
analgesic
anesthetic
antacid
antidepressant
agent that relieves pain without causing loss of consciousnes…
produces lack of feeling either local or general depending up…
neutralizes acid (Amphojel, Gelusil, Mylanta, Milk of Magnesia)
prevents or relieves symptoms of depression (Tofranil, Marpla…
analgesic
agent that relieves pain without causing loss of consciousnes…
anesthetic
produces lack of feeling either local or general depending up…
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Pharmacology Drugs
lithium
carbamazepine
valproic acid
lamotrigine
narrow therapeutic window, uncomfortable side effects, steady…
blocks sodium channels, rare blood disorder - agranulocytosis…
increases GABA activity - bipolar anticonvulsant
used for depressive episode, inhibits conductance across sodi…
lithium
narrow therapeutic window, uncomfortable side effects, steady…
carbamazepine
blocks sodium channels, rare blood disorder - agranulocytosis…
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Pharmacology Drugs
Isoproterinol
Alpha 1 receptors
Alpha 2 receptor
Beta 1 receptors
non selective beta agonist that treats asthma and bronchitis
...
...
...
Isoproterinol
non selective beta agonist that treats asthma and bronchitis
Alpha 1 receptors
...
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Pharmacology Drugs
Ergotamine- Use
Ergotamine- Contraindications
Ergonovine- Use
Aliskiren- Use
Used for the treatment of migraines. Caffeine improves bioava…
-Concomitant use with MAO-A inhibitors, other ergotamine-cont…
Produces uterine contraction and can induce labor, although o…
Renin inhibitor for hypertension. Binds and inhibits renin at…
Ergotamine- Use
Used for the treatment of migraines. Caffeine improves bioava…
Ergotamine- Contraindications
-Concomitant use with MAO-A inhibitors, other ergotamine-cont…
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Pharmacology Drugs
Ammonium chloride
Sodium bicarbonate
Phenytoin
Phenobarbital
Given when a patient takes an overdose of a weak base drug to…
An antidote*... Given when a patient takes an overdose of a weak…
Pharmacokinetics... Phase I Metabolism: an inducer of constituti…
Pharmacokinetics... Phase I Metabolism: inducer of constitutivel…
Ammonium chloride
Given when a patient takes an overdose of a weak base drug to…
Sodium bicarbonate
An antidote*... Given when a patient takes an overdose of a weak…
Pharmacology Table
The following are recommended doses fo…
Amiodarone
Atropine Sulfate
Epinephrine
fifteen (15); older... under
5 mg/kg
0.02 mg/kg (minimum dose 0.1mg)
0.01 mg/kg/dose
The following are recommended doses fo…
fifteen (15); older... under
Amiodarone
5 mg/kg
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Pharmacology - Drugs
Cholinergic Agonists
Acetylcholine (direct)
Bethanechol (direct) (synthetic)
Muscarine (direct)
Direct (act like endogenous ACh) or Indirect
Rarely used clinically, muscarinic and nicotinic receptors (u…
Muscarinic stimulation, some GI and urinary bladder sensitivi…
Stimulates muscarinic receptors, not used clinically. Mushroo…
Cholinergic Agonists
Direct (act like endogenous ACh) or Indirect
Acetylcholine (direct)
Rarely used clinically, muscarinic and nicotinic receptors (u…
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Pharmacology Drug Classifications
analgesic
anesthetic
antacid
antidepressant
agent that relieves pain without causing loss of consciousnes…
produces lack of feeling either local or general depending up…
neutralizes acid (Amphojel, Gelusil, Mylanta, Milk of Magnesia)
prevents or relieves symptoms of depression (Tofranil, Marpla…
analgesic
agent that relieves pain without causing loss of consciousnes…
anesthetic
produces lack of feeling either local or general depending up…
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Drug pharmacology
Pilocarpine (ISOPTO-CARPINE)
DUVOID
Nicotine
Curare (TUBADIL)
N/M stimulator
M stimulator
low dose- N1 stim... high does- N1 inhib
N2 blocker
Pilocarpine (ISOPTO-CARPINE)
N/M stimulator
DUVOID
M stimulator
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Pharmacology Drugs
Ammonium chloride
Sodium bicarbonate
Phenytoin
Phenobarbital
Given when a patient takes an overdose of a weak base drug to…
An antidote*... Given when a patient takes an overdose of a weak…
Pharmacokinetics... Phase I Metabolism: an inducer of constituti…
Pharmacokinetics... Phase I Metabolism: inducer of constitutivel…
Ammonium chloride
Given when a patient takes an overdose of a weak base drug to…
Sodium bicarbonate
An antidote*... Given when a patient takes an overdose of a weak…
344 terms
Pharmacology drug
Muscarinic receptor agonist
Muscarinic receptor agonist
Muscarinic receptor agonist
Cevimeline ... Muscarinic receptor agonist
Carbachol
Pilocarpine
Bethanechol
Evoxac
Muscarinic receptor agonist
Carbachol
Muscarinic receptor agonist
Pilocarpine
Drug Pharmacology
Acetaminophen
Aspirin
Codeine APAP
Hydrocodone APAP
Centrally acting inhibitor of pain and temperature regulating…
Non-selectively and Irreversibly Inhibits Cyclooxygenase (COX…
Facilitates analgesia and decreases abuse potential... An opiate…
Facilitates analgesia and decreases abuse potential... A semi-sy…
Acetaminophen
Centrally acting inhibitor of pain and temperature regulating…
Aspirin
Non-selectively and Irreversibly Inhibits Cyclooxygenase (COX…
Pharmacology drugs
Bethanechol
Reversible anticholinesterases
Neostigmine
Pyridostigmine
or Urecholine, Direct acting parasympathomimetic; Oral medica…
Neostigmine, Pyridostigmine, Edrophonium, Physostigmine (opth…
Trade name: Prostigmin... Indirect acting parasympathomimetic (r…
Trade name: Mestinon... Indirect acting parasympathomimetic (rev…
Bethanechol
or Urecholine, Direct acting parasympathomimetic; Oral medica…
Reversible anticholinesterases
Neostigmine, Pyridostigmine, Edrophonium, Physostigmine (opth…
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PHARMACOLOGY (Principles of Drug Action...)
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacokinetics
Absorption
The study of how various drug FORMS influence the... way in whic…
The study of what the drug does to the body
The study of what the body does to the drugs/ Movement of drugs
Movement of a drug from its site of administration into the b…
Pharmaceutics
The study of how various drug FORMS influence the... way in whic…
Pharmacodynamics
The study of what the drug does to the body
10 terms
Pharmacology Drug Cards
Diuril
HCTZ
Bumex
Lasix
Generic: Chlorothiazide... Drug class: Diuretic... Use: Hypertensio…
Generic: Potassium Chloride... Drug Class: Thiazide diuretic, An…
Generic: Bumetanide... Drug class: Loop Diuretic, Antihypertensi…
Generic: Furosemide... Drug class: Loop Diuretic... Use Pulmonary e…
Diuril
Generic: Chlorothiazide... Drug class: Diuretic... Use: Hypertensio…
HCTZ
Generic: Potassium Chloride... Drug Class: Thiazide diuretic, An…
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Drug Pharmacology
Norepinephrine
epinephrine
phenylephrine
oxymetazoline
a1 agonist
a1 agonist
a1 agonist
a1 agonist
Norepinephrine
a1 agonist
epinephrine
a1 agonist
102 terms
Pharmacology Drugs
Generic: Acetaminophen
Generic: Alprazolam
Generic: Carisoprodol
Generic: Naproxen
Brand Name: Tylenol... Useful for peptic ulcers and for blood cl…
Brand Name: Xanax (zan-x) ... Classification: Benzodiazepine, us…
Brand Name: Soma... Classification: Muscle Relaxant, for SKELETA…
Brand Name: Naprosyn ... Classification: Nsaid (non steroidal an…
Generic: Acetaminophen
Brand Name: Tylenol... Useful for peptic ulcers and for blood cl…
Generic: Alprazolam
Brand Name: Xanax (zan-x) ... Classification: Benzodiazepine, us…
PHARMACOLOGY DRUGS
Robitussin, Vicks, Delsym (dextrometho…
Robitussin [plain], Mucinex (guaifenes…
Myoflex, Aspercreme
Capzaisin
USE: CENTRALLY ACTING ANTITUSSIVES - non-productive cough... MO…
USE: PRODUCTIVE COUGH - EXPECTORANT ... MOA: Loosens sputum and…
USE: topical analgesic for temporary relief of minor aches an…
USE: topical analgesic for temporary relief of pain associate…
Robitussin, Vicks, Delsym (dextrometho…
USE: CENTRALLY ACTING ANTITUSSIVES - non-productive cough... MO…
Robitussin [plain], Mucinex (guaifenes…
USE: PRODUCTIVE COUGH - EXPECTORANT ... MOA: Loosens sputum and…
Pharmacology Drugs
Sildenafil
Pirenzapine
Candesartan
Eprosartan
PDE5 inhibitor
M1 Antagonist
Angiotensin II Receptor Antagonists
Angiotensin II Receptor Antagonists
Sildenafil
PDE5 inhibitor
Pirenzapine
M1 Antagonist
39 terms
Pharmacology Drugs
Phenylephrine
Anticholinergic
Edrophonium
Neostigmine
A1 agonist
Muscarinic antagonist
Cholinesterase inhibitors
Cholinesterase inhibitors
Phenylephrine
A1 agonist
Anticholinergic
Muscarinic antagonist
33 terms
Pharmacology Drugs
Bethanechol... 1) Type of drug... 2) Used to…
Carbachol ... 1) Type of drug... 2) Used to…
Pilocarpine ... 1) Type of drug... 2) Used t…
Methacholine ... 1) Type of drug... 2) Used…
1) Cholinomimetic... 2) Postoperative ileus, neurogenic ileus, u…
1) Cholinomimetic... 2) Glaucoma, pupillary constriction, relief…
1) Cholinomimetic... 2) Stimulates sweat, tears, and saliva; use…
1) Cholinomimetic... 2) Challenge test for asthma (causes bronch…
Bethanechol... 1) Type of drug... 2) Used to…
1) Cholinomimetic... 2) Postoperative ileus, neurogenic ileus, u…
Carbachol ... 1) Type of drug... 2) Used to…
1) Cholinomimetic... 2) Glaucoma, pupillary constriction, relief…
Drugs for Pharmacology
Norepinephrine
Epinephrine
Dopamine
Pramiprexole
Adrenoreceptor agonist... Used for hypotension, shock, pressor a…
Adrenoreceptor agonist... Used for allergic reactions, shock, CP…
Adrenoreceptor agonist... Used for shock, pressor agent... Alpha1/ß…
D agonist... Used for Parkinson's... SE: drowsiness
Norepinephrine
Adrenoreceptor agonist... Used for hypotension, shock, pressor a…
Epinephrine
Adrenoreceptor agonist... Used for allergic reactions, shock, CP…
150 terms
Drug and Pharmacology
ondansetron
tamsulosin
oxycodone with acetaminophen
hydrochlorothiazide
(antiemetic) 5-HT3 receptor (serotonin)
(prostate anti-inflammatory) alpha-adrenergic blocking agent…
(opioid analgesic inhibits prostaglandin synthesis in CNS
(diuretic) inhibits Na and Cl absorption in DISTAL renal tubule
ondansetron
(antiemetic) 5-HT3 receptor (serotonin)
tamsulosin
(prostate anti-inflammatory) alpha-adrenergic blocking agent…
Pharmacology(Drugs)
Amoxicillin
Amoxicillin-clavulinic acid
Ampicillin
Cefovecin
Trade Name: -Amoxi-drops... Drug class/ Use: -Antibiotic
Trade Name: -Clavamox ... Drug class/ Use: -Antibiotic
Trade Name: -Polyflex ... Drug class/ Use: -Antibiotic
Trade Name: -Convenia ... Drug class/ Use: -Antibiotic
Amoxicillin
Trade Name: -Amoxi-drops... Drug class/ Use: -Antibiotic
Amoxicillin-clavulinic acid
Trade Name: -Clavamox ... Drug class/ Use: -Antibiotic
72 terms
Pharmacology drugs
Tetrodotoxin
Saxiotoxin
Procaine
Reserpine
sodium channel blocker
sodium channel blocker
sodium channel blocker... local anesthetic
Indirect/Mixed adrenergic vesicle/storage... Irreversible... Long l…
Tetrodotoxin
sodium channel blocker
Saxiotoxin
sodium channel blocker
26 terms
Pharmacology Drugs
Describe the classification and functi…
Describe the classification and functi…
Describe the classification and functi…
Describe the classification and functi…
Anti-inflammatories:... NSAIDs... -Block prostaglandin and thrombox…
Anti-inflammatories... Opiates (Narcotic Analgesics)... -May alter…
Anti-inflammatories... Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxant…
Anti-inflammatories... Peripherally acting skeletal muscle relax…
Describe the classification and functi…
Anti-inflammatories:... NSAIDs... -Block prostaglandin and thrombox…
Describe the classification and functi…
Anti-inflammatories... Opiates (Narcotic Analgesics)... -May alter…
42 terms
Pharmacology Drugs
Acetazolamide
Dichlorphenamide
Methazolamide
Dorzolamide
CA inhibitor... PO
CA inhibitor... PO
CA inhibitor... PO... Key diuretic when alkalotic
CA inhibitor... Topical... Changes pH of urine
Acetazolamide
CA inhibitor... PO
Dichlorphenamide
CA inhibitor... PO
43 terms
Pharmacology - Drugs
PENICILLIN
CEFALOZOLIN
CEFAMANDOL
CEFOTAXINE
ANTIBIOTIC
1ST GEN CEPHALOSPORIN
2ND GEN CEPHALOSPORIN
3RD GEN CEPHALOSPORIN
PENICILLIN
ANTIBIOTIC
CEFALOZOLIN
1ST GEN CEPHALOSPORIN
36 terms
Pharmacology Drugs
Potassium Bromide
Gabapentin
Hydromorphone
Fentanyl
...
...
...
...
Potassium Bromide
...
Gabapentin
...
Pharmacology Drugs
Pancuronium Bromide
Tubocurine
Succincylcholine
Dantrolene
Pavulon
Curare
Anectine
Datrium
Pancuronium Bromide
Pavulon
Tubocurine
Curare
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