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8 terms
Pharmacology
Draw the neurotransmitters... Sympathetic…
What parts of the neurotransmitter pat…
How does botox work?
Which adrenergic or cholinergic recept…
Sympathetic... -Preganglionic - Acetylcholine... -Postganglionic -…
Mepyramine - Neurotransmitter production (this is what he sai…
It destroys SNAP-25, a docking protein involved in binding ne…
Nicotinic receptors (cholinergic)... (alpha and beta adrenergic…
Draw the neurotransmitters... Sympathetic…
Sympathetic... -Preganglionic - Acetylcholine... -Postganglionic -…
What parts of the neurotransmitter pat…
Mepyramine - Neurotransmitter production (this is what he sai…
46 terms
Pharmacology
captopril
Cough
Angiotensin 2
ACE inhibitor
Cross allergy with sulfa ace inhibitor
Major side effect of ace inhibitor in women
Increase inflammation, increase tissue resistance to insulin
Vasodilator, diuretic, retains K
captopril
Cross allergy with sulfa ace inhibitor
Cough
Major side effect of ace inhibitor in women
Pharmacology
Pharmaceutic phase
Pharmacogenetics
Pharmacokinetic
Tachyphylaxis
the pharmaceutic phase is the (dissolution) is the first pahs…
Branch of pharmacology concerned with the effects of genetic…
study of the time course of drug ABSORPTION, DISTRIBUTION, ME…
Rapid decrease in response to the drug. (Similar to tolerance…
Pharmaceutic phase
the pharmaceutic phase is the (dissolution) is the first pahs…
Pharmacogenetics
Branch of pharmacology concerned with the effects of genetic…
337 terms
Pharmacology
CYP phenotyping probes
metyrosine
CNS acetylchoilne
methyldopa
caffeine CYP1A2... dextromethorphan CYP2D6... midazolam CYP3A4... omep…
inhibits tyrosine hydroxylase... large reduction of all catechol…
recurrent motor collaterals in SC... septo-hippocampal projectio…
methyldopa → methylnorepinephrine... false transmitter... affinity…
CYP phenotyping probes
caffeine CYP1A2... dextromethorphan CYP2D6... midazolam CYP3A4... omep…
metyrosine
inhibits tyrosine hydroxylase... large reduction of all catechol…
86 terms
Pharmacology
Circulating adrenaline from the adrena…
NANC innervation is
Inhibitory NO (NANC) acts on bronchial…
Excitatory substance P and neurokinin…
B2 receptors - results in an increase of cAMP causing smooth…
nonadrenergic noncholinergic - these include a variety of pep…
This causes smooth muscle relaxation and bronchodilation
smooth muscle contraction and bronchoconstriction
Circulating adrenaline from the adrena…
B2 receptors - results in an increase of cAMP causing smooth…
NANC innervation is
nonadrenergic noncholinergic - these include a variety of pep…
36 terms
Pharmacology
-profen
-Fenac
-Tamine
-Triptan
NSAID
NSAID
Antimigraine
Antimigraine
-profen
NSAID
-Fenac
NSAID
55 terms
Pharmacology
__/__ doctor vists result in a Rx
use of drugs for the treatment of dise…
study of drugs, properties and their e…
study of drug absorption, distribution…
2/3
pharmacotherapy
pharmacology
pharmacokinetics
__/__ doctor vists result in a Rx
2/3
use of drugs for the treatment of dise…
pharmacotherapy
130 terms
Pharmacology
What is ISA? And what medications cont…
What is LA? What is MSA?
Norepinephrine ... (Class, Therapeutic Us…
Epinephrine... (Class, Therapeutic Use, R…
ISA = Intrinsic sympathomimetic activity. They mimic the effe…
LA = Local Anesthetic activity. Which affects cardiac action…
Class - Adrenoceptor Agonist ... Therapeutic Use - Hypotension,…
Class - Adrenoceptor Agonist ... Therapeutic Use - Allergic rea…
What is ISA? And what medications cont…
ISA = Intrinsic sympathomimetic activity. They mimic the effe…
What is LA? What is MSA?
LA = Local Anesthetic activity. Which affects cardiac action…
6 terms
Pharmacology
Injections Sites
Intradermal - ID
Subcutaneous - Subcut - SQ
Intramuscular - IM
...
Injection Within the upper layers of the skin... * Tuberculin o…
Injection beneath the skin into the fatty layer... * Use 1-3cc…
Injection within the muscle... * Use 3cc syringe - 18-23 gauge…
Injections Sites
...
Intradermal - ID
Injection Within the upper layers of the skin... * Tuberculin o…
67 terms
Pharmacology
FOR ALL:
Anti-Arrhythmics 1b
Anti-Arrhythmics 1a
Anti-Arrhythmics 1c
EXAMPLE... MOA ... INDICATIONS... CONTRAINDICATIONS... SIDE FX
C/I Digoxin
C/I Digoxin ... - for WPW, last resort = ... Destruction of the abn…
FOR ALL:
EXAMPLE... MOA ... INDICATIONS... CONTRAINDICATIONS... SIDE FX
Anti-Arrhythmics 1b
Pharmacology
Pharmacology
Drug
Medicine
Therapeutic drugs
Study of drugs and their nature, properties and effects
Substance that alters function in an organism
drugs with medicinal uses
treat conditions and symptoms; ibuprofen
Pharmacology
Study of drugs and their nature, properties and effects
Drug
Substance that alters function in an organism
Pharmacology
Blood pressure
Hypertension
Primary factors for BP and their bodie…
Cardiac output
Pressure of blood when its forced against arterial wall durin…
High blood pressure, most common of cardiovascular disease co…
Cardiac Output, Resistance of small arteries, blood volume
Volume of blood pumped per minute, resting is approximately 5…
Blood pressure
Pressure of blood when its forced against arterial wall durin…
Hypertension
High blood pressure, most common of cardiovascular disease co…
56 terms
Pharmacology
Oral route
Factors affecting absorption oral route
Sublingual/buccal route
Parenteral route
Advantages: Safest and most common, convenient, economical... D…
Surface area... Blood flow to site of action... Physical state of d…
Advantages: Bypasses first-pass effect, Bypasses destruction…
Advantages: ... Independent of GI tract... Avoids first-pass metabo…
Oral route
Advantages: Safest and most common, convenient, economical... D…
Factors affecting absorption oral route
Surface area... Blood flow to site of action... Physical state of d…
31 terms
Pharmacology
Pharmacology
Pharmacokinetics
Drug effect
Adverse reactions
The study of drugs and their effects on living things.
Activities within the body after a drug is administered such…
The effect of a drug produces in the body
Undesirable drug effects (side effects)
Pharmacology
The study of drugs and their effects on living things.
Pharmacokinetics
Activities within the body after a drug is administered such…
82 terms
Pharmacology
Drug
Generic
Trade
Drug
any chemical substance that is taken for the purpose of produ…
common name of a drug that can be used by anyone because it i…
patented name that can only be used by that manufacturer
modifies pre-existing condition or ongoing process in the bod…
Drug
any chemical substance that is taken for the purpose of produ…
Generic
common name of a drug that can be used by anyone because it i…
Pharmacology
the perfect drug
-olol or -alol
-pril
knowledge about medications
effectively treats, prevents, or cures the patient's conditio…
beta blockers
Ace inhibitor
mechanism of action- how it works and side effects... indication…
the perfect drug
effectively treats, prevents, or cures the patient's conditio…
-olol or -alol
beta blockers
Pharmacology
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacodynamic
Pharmacotherapetics
Generic name
What the body does to the drug,involves absorption,distributi…
Effects of drug on functions of the body
The use of drugs in treatment of disease
Name manufacturer uses for the drug and it's the same in all…
Pharmacokinetics
What the body does to the drug,involves absorption,distributi…
Pharmacodynamic
Effects of drug on functions of the body
Pharmacology
Pc
Ac
Qid
NPO
After meals
Before meals
Four times a day
Nothing by mouth
Pc
After meals
Ac
Before meals
75 terms
Pharmacology
Pharmacogenetics
Access to health care
Cultural competence
Psychological dimenison
The study of genetic variations that give rise to differences…
the most obvious community-related negative influence on phar…
The ability of health care providers to provide effective car…
people who are convinced that their treatment is important an…
Pharmacogenetics
The study of genetic variations that give rise to differences…
Access to health care
the most obvious community-related negative influence on phar…
Pharmacology
Glycopyrrolate
Atropine Sulfate
Dexamethasone
Dexdomitor (Dexmedetomidine hydrochlor…
*Cholinergic blocker => produce bronchodilation by combining…
*Used as a preanesthetic to dry secretions and prevent bradyc…
*Injectable, oral and ophthalmic glucocorticoid... *Long-lasting…
*Sedation, analgesic & preanesthetic... *Alpha-2 agonist similar…
Glycopyrrolate
*Cholinergic blocker => produce bronchodilation by combining…
Atropine Sulfate
*Used as a preanesthetic to dry secretions and prevent bradyc…
6 terms
Pharmacology
pharmacology
vitamins
hormones
antibiotics (penicillin)
the study of the origin, characteristics, and effects of drugs
found naturally in the food we eat
obtained from animals
developed from mold
pharmacology
the study of the origin, characteristics, and effects of drugs
vitamins
found naturally in the food we eat
6 terms
Pharmacology
Date, owner's name, patient's name, dr…
Mechanism of absorption... pH and ioniza…
study of the mechanisms by which drugs…
Compounding a drug
Name items that should be recorded in the controlled substanc…
Drug Absorption is affected by :
What is Pharmacodynamic?
The following are examples of what?... a) combining two or more…
Date, owner's name, patient's name, dr…
Name items that should be recorded in the controlled substanc…
Mechanism of absorption... pH and ioniza…
Drug Absorption is affected by :
16 terms
Pharmacology
sumatriptan
allopurinol
celecoxib
ibuprofen
Brand Name: Alsuma, Auto-injector, Imitrex.... Functional Class:…
Brand Name: Aloprin, Zyloprim.... Functional Class: antigout, an…
Brand Name: Celebrex... Functional Class: NSAID, anti-rheumatic.…
Brand Name: Advil, Midol, Motrin IB, Ibutab.... Functional Class…
sumatriptan
Brand Name: Alsuma, Auto-injector, Imitrex.... Functional Class:…
allopurinol
Brand Name: Aloprin, Zyloprim.... Functional Class: antigout, an…
17 terms
Pharmacology
Anticoagulant
Antiplatelet
Thrombolytics
Folic acid
Prevent formation of new clots & prevents clots that are alre…
Breaks the order in the pro thrombotic activity of platelets.…
Dissolve clots. Clot busters
Essential for cell reproduction. B complex vitamin
Anticoagulant
Prevent formation of new clots & prevents clots that are alre…
Antiplatelet
Breaks the order in the pro thrombotic activity of platelets.…
11 terms
Pharmacology
Dilantin
Neurontin
Phenobarbital
Phenobarbital
Anti-convulsant that causes gingiva hyperplasia?
Anti-Convulsant medication used for neuropathy
Sleeping medication
Hypnotic taken with Dilantin to control seizures
Dilantin
Anti-convulsant that causes gingiva hyperplasia?
Neurontin
Anti-Convulsant medication used for neuropathy
98 terms
pharmacology
Pharmacology definition
Chemical name
Generic name
Trade name (brand name)
the study of drugs and their action on the human body
is the chemical make up makeup of drugs
official chemical name
name that is registered by the manufacturer
Pharmacology definition
the study of drugs and their action on the human body
Chemical name
is the chemical make up makeup of drugs
8 terms
Pharmacology
Drug categories use in Pregnancy
Category - A
Category - B
Category - C
...
Controlled studies show no risk - studies have NOT shown and…
No evidence of risk in humans - No adequate human studies hav…
Risk cannot be ruled out - humans studies are lacking-animal…
Drug categories use in Pregnancy
...
Category - A
Controlled studies show no risk - studies have NOT shown and…
pharmacology
nitrofurantoin (macrobid)
sulfamethoxzole-trimethoprim (Bactrim)
amoxicillin (amoxil)
penicillin v (veetids)
antibiotic/sulfonamide... UTI's... take with fluids, take with food…
antibiotic/sulfonamide... UTI's... take with fluids, take with food…
antibiotic/penicillin... abscesses... take on an empty stomach
antibiotic/penicillin... abscesses... take on an empty stomach
nitrofurantoin (macrobid)
antibiotic/sulfonamide... UTI's... take with fluids, take with food…
sulfamethoxzole-trimethoprim (Bactrim)
antibiotic/sulfonamide... UTI's... take with fluids, take with food…
Pharmacology
The physician
The pharmacist
Nurse
Interal
Who prescribes the orders?
Who dispenses medication?
Who gives meds out to the patients?
What is the least predictable?
The physician
Who prescribes the orders?
The pharmacist
Who dispenses medication?
Pharmacology
pharmacokinetics
pharmacodynamics
therapeutic range
dose
study of how a drug moves thru or out the body
study of how a drug produces its effect
ideal range of drug concentration w/in body
amnt of drug given at one time
pharmacokinetics
study of how a drug moves thru or out the body
pharmacodynamics
study of how a drug produces its effect
Pharmacology
Antimicrobial therapy
Methods of antibiotic action
General adverse reactions
Antibiotic resistance
Use of medications to treat infections caused by bacteria,vir…
Destroy bacterial cell walls... Inhibit conversion of the ezyme…
Allergic reactions... Mild reaction to severe anaphylaxis... Trea…
Bacteria are capable of developing resistance ... Antibiotic-re…
Antimicrobial therapy
Use of medications to treat infections caused by bacteria,vir…
Methods of antibiotic action
Destroy bacterial cell walls... Inhibit conversion of the ezyme…
pharmacology
Bentyl (dicyclomine)
Adipex-P (Phentermine)
Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone)
Restoril (temazepam)
Anticholinergic, * IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)
Appetite suppressant... *treat obesity
Corticosteroid... *severe inflammation
benzodiazepines... *insomnia (falling/staying asleep)
Bentyl (dicyclomine)
Anticholinergic, * IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)
Adipex-P (Phentermine)
Appetite suppressant... *treat obesity
Pharmacology
Anesthetic Drugs
Artificial Tears/Lubricants
Cycloplegic Drugs
Injectable Anesthetics
Cause a temporary deadening of a nerve, which results in loss…
Used to treat dry eyes.
Dilate the pupil by temporarily paralyzing the muscle that co…
Used to anesthetize the eyelids, globe, and ocular muscles. M…
Anesthetic Drugs
Cause a temporary deadening of a nerve, which results in loss…
Artificial Tears/Lubricants
Used to treat dry eyes.
Pharmacology
Objective
Subjective
NKA
NKDA
facts Observed
what a patient Says
no known allergies
no known drug allergies
Objective
facts Observed
Subjective
what a patient Says
Pharmacology
Caplet
Substained Released
Enteric Coated
Troche/lozenge:
Same size/shape as capsule but a tablet consistency
Contained several doses of a drug, dissolved at different rat…
special coating that allows the drug to pass through the stom…
stays in mouth, not swallowed
Caplet
Same size/shape as capsule but a tablet consistency
Substained Released
Contained several doses of a drug, dissolved at different rat…
pharmacology
Pharmac/o
Iatr/o
chem/o
tox/o
Drug
Physician, treatment
Drug
poison
Pharmac/o
Drug
Iatr/o
Physician, treatment
133 terms
Pharmacology
Drug
Pharmacology
Pharmacotherapy or Pharmacotherapeutics
Indications
Any substance taken to prevent, cure, or reduce symptoms of a…
Study of medicine
Application of drugs for purpose of disease prevention & trea…
Conditions for which a drug is approved
Drug
Any substance taken to prevent, cure, or reduce symptoms of a…
Pharmacology
Study of medicine
24 terms
PHARMACOLOGY
Pharmacology
Pharmacokinetics
Therapeutic equivalence
Drug-Drug interaction
Scientific study of action of drugs on a living system.
Involved absorption, metabolism, and elimination of a drug in…
*same chemical entity... *same quantity of active ingredient... *sa…
One drug alters the action of another drug; interaction inclu…
Pharmacology
Scientific study of action of drugs on a living system.
Pharmacokinetics
Involved absorption, metabolism, and elimination of a drug in…
Pharmacology
Penicillin
Amoxicillin
Tranquilizers
Toxicology
An antibiotic or group of antibiotics produced naturally by c…
A broad spectrum synthetic penicillin used for ears, and uppe…
Used for controlling anxiety minor tranquilizers control mino…
studies of harmful effects of drugs on the body
Penicillin
An antibiotic or group of antibiotics produced naturally by c…
Amoxicillin
A broad spectrum synthetic penicillin used for ears, and uppe…
Pharmacology
Antipruritics
Corticosteroids
Emollients
Keratolytic
relieve itching
treat dermatogical disorders associated with allergic reaction
Protectants that soothe irritation
agents loosen epithelial scales
Antipruritics
relieve itching
Corticosteroids
treat dermatogical disorders associated with allergic reaction
Pharmacology
Additive effects
Acute Therapy
Allergic Reaction
Antangonistic
...
...
...
...
Additive effects
...
Acute Therapy
...
Pharmacology
penia
gen
burso
retr(o)
decrease
original, production
sac
backwards
penia
decrease
gen
original, production
40 terms
Pharmacology
type of schedule is heroin
applied to skin
injection (what type of administration)
directly into vein
I
percutaneous
parenteral
intravenous
type of schedule is heroin
I
applied to skin
percutaneous
37 terms
Pharmacology
pharmacology
pathophysiology
therapeutics
pharmacotherapeutics
study of medicine
study of disease
treatment of disease
treating disease with drugs
pharmacology
study of medicine
pathophysiology
study of disease
19 terms
Pharmacology
angiotensin receptor blocker
ace inhibitor
calcium channel blocker
lipid-lowering drug
-sartan
-pril
diphine
statin
angiotensin receptor blocker
-sartan
ace inhibitor
-pril
Pharmacology
Drug
Pharmocology
Assay
Bio Equivalence
Chemical used to diagniose, treat, or prevent disease.
The study of drugs and their interactions with the body.
Test that determines the amount of purity of a given chemical…
Relative therapeutic effectiveness of chemically equivalent d…
Drug
Chemical used to diagniose, treat, or prevent disease.
Pharmocology
The study of drugs and their interactions with the body.
Pharmacology
a.c
p.c
NPO
Cap
Before meals
After meals
Nothing by mouth
Capsule
a.c
Before meals
p.c
After meals
220 terms
Pharmacology
Synthroid/Levoxyl
K-Dur/Klor-Con
Adipex-P
Actonel
(levothyroxine) - hypothyroidism
(potassium chloride) - hypokalemia
(phentermine) - weight loss, C-IV
(risedronate) - osteoporosis treatment/prevention
Synthroid/Levoxyl
(levothyroxine) - hypothyroidism
K-Dur/Klor-Con
(potassium chloride) - hypokalemia
Pharmacology
Baclofen (Generic Name)
Baclofen/Lioresal
Diazepam (generic name)
Diazepam/Valium
Lioresal (Trade name)
Drowsiness; First-line for neurologic conditions
Valium (trade name)
Drowsiness, abuse potential, amnesic effects; second-line for…
Baclofen (Generic Name)
Lioresal (Trade name)
Baclofen/Lioresal
Drowsiness; First-line for neurologic conditions
Pharmacology
Pharmacology
Therapeutic methods
Drug Therapy
Drug
Study of drugs actions and effects on living organisms
Approches used to teat disease; combination often used, such…
Involves use of drugs to prevent, diagnose, or cure disease p…
Chemical substance that has effect on living organisms
Pharmacology
Study of drugs actions and effects on living organisms
Therapeutic methods
Approches used to teat disease; combination often used, such…
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