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Pharmacotherapy 5-Travel Medicine
--If not previously vaccinated, how sh…
--How is the pneumococcal vaccine dosed?
--If previously vaccinated w/ PPSV23,…
--Who should receive pneumococccal vac…
PCV13 first, then PPSV23 6-12 months later
0.5 mL IM single dose
Give PCV13 at least 12 months after that initial dose of PPSV23
CSF leaks, cochlear implants, asplenic pts, immunocompromised…
--If not previously vaccinated, how sh…
PCV13 first, then PPSV23 6-12 months later
--How is the pneumococcal vaccine dosed?
0.5 mL IM single dose
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Behavioral Medicine 6 - Pharmacotherapy
Extrapyramidal Side Effects (Tardive D…
QTc Prolongation & Torsades de Pointes
Haloperidol & Prochloroperazine
Atypical Antipsychotics
Why are TYPICAL antipsychotics no longer 1st line treatment f…
What are some common adverse effects of TYPICAL & ATYPICAL an…
What are some examples of TYPICAL antipsychotics?
What is the 1st Line treatment for Schizophrenia? They also h…
Extrapyramidal Side Effects (Tardive D…
Why are TYPICAL antipsychotics no longer 1st line treatment f…
QTc Prolongation & Torsades de Pointes
What are some common adverse effects of TYPICAL & ATYPICAL an…
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Pharmacotherapy Lecture 5.1 Evidence Based Medicine
_________ is a patient care process th…
evidence-based _______ specifically ap…
Treatment should be guided by approach…
The current practice of pharmacy is mo…
evidence- based medicine
pharmacotherapy
scientific evidence
science
_________ is a patient care process th…
evidence- based medicine
evidence-based _______ specifically ap…
pharmacotherapy
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PHRM 825 - 3/23/15 (Medicinal chemistry and pharmacology of drugs used in pulmonary pharmacotherapy)
Treatment Strategies in Asthma: Bronch…
Treatment Strategies in Asthma: Anti-i…
Treatment Strategies in Asthma: Inhibi…
Pharmacological Management of Asthma (…
1. Beta 2 adrenergic agonists 2. Methylxanthines 3. Anticholi…
1. Glucocorticoids 2. Anti-leukotriene agents
1. Cromolyn-Type Drugs 2. Omalizumab (Xolair)
1. Short acting Beta 2 agonist PRN 2. low-dose ICS or Cromoly…
Treatment Strategies in Asthma: Bronch…
1. Beta 2 adrenergic agonists 2. Methylxanthines 3. Anticholi…
Treatment Strategies in Asthma: Anti-i…
1. Glucocorticoids 2. Anti-leukotriene agents
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Pharmacotherapy quiz 1 Study Guide
prevent, diagnose, treat
pharmacotherapy
pharmacotherapy
pharmacokinetics
Name the three medical uses of drugs in regard to disease
The study of the uses of drugs to prevent, diagnose and treat…
using drugs to affect the body therapeutically
how drugs move through the body in the processes of absorptio…
prevent, diagnose, treat
Name the three medical uses of drugs in regard to disease
pharmacotherapy
The study of the uses of drugs to prevent, diagnose and treat…
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Pharmacotherapy
Growth
Development
Teratogen
Pregnancy Periods
progressive increase in physical size... -predictable sequence... -…
refers to functional changes in physical, psychomotor and cog…
a substance, organism, or physical agent to which a fetus is…
-Preimplantation period: weeks 1-2 of first trimester; terato…
Growth
progressive increase in physical size... -predictable sequence... -…
Development
refers to functional changes in physical, psychomotor and cog…
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Pharmacotherapy Quiz 1 Study Guide
prevent, diagnose, treat
pharmacotherapy
pharmacotherapy
pharmacokinetics
Name the three medical uses of drugs in regard to disease
The study of the uses of drugs to prevent, diagnose and treat…
using drugs to affect the body therapeutically
how drugs move through the body in the processes of absorptio…
prevent, diagnose, treat
Name the three medical uses of drugs in regard to disease
pharmacotherapy
The study of the uses of drugs to prevent, diagnose and treat…
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GI pharmacotherapy
GERD can be due to
when should you treat GERD
what are two drug classes that do not…
for cases that are refractory to initi…
1.reduced lower esophageal sphincter tone... 2.reduced peristals…
-persistent heartburn more than x2 weeks... -not relieved by ant…
opiates... NSAIDS
barium swallow ... upper endoscopy... CBC
GERD can be due to
1.reduced lower esophageal sphincter tone... 2.reduced peristals…
when should you treat GERD
-persistent heartburn more than x2 weeks... -not relieved by ant…
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Psychiatric pharmacotherapy
depression
presentation of depression
pharm tx of depression
SSRIs
-incidence 6.6%, lifetime prevalence 16.2%... -only 1/3 have rem…
-gradual onset... -avg pts go untx is 4-6 mos... -risk of recurrenc…
-monoamine theory: prob w balance of NT, dec serotonin... -choos…
-MC class... -AE: anxiety, irritable (esp at first), sedation, i…
depression
-incidence 6.6%, lifetime prevalence 16.2%... -only 1/3 have rem…
presentation of depression
-gradual onset... -avg pts go untx is 4-6 mos... -risk of recurrenc…
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Pharmacotherapy: EBM
What is evidence based medicine?
How is the best information obtained?
Evidence based medicine is a clinical…
What are the 5 different sources of kn…
Using some sort of evidence to back up a decision that you ma…
Through the scientific method
Scientific method
1) Reference to tradition... 2) Reference to authority... 3) Trial…
What is evidence based medicine?
Using some sort of evidence to back up a decision that you ma…
How is the best information obtained?
Through the scientific method
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Psychiatric pharmacotherapy
depression
presentation of depression
pharm tx of depression
SSRIs
-incidence 6.6%, lifetime prevalence 16.2%... -only 1/3 have rem…
-gradual onset... -avg pts go untx is 4-6 mos... -risk of recurrenc…
-monoamine theory: prob w balance of NT, dec serotonin... -choos…
-MC class... -AE: anxiety, irritable (esp at first), sedation, i…
depression
-incidence 6.6%, lifetime prevalence 16.2%... -only 1/3 have rem…
presentation of depression
-gradual onset... -avg pts go untx is 4-6 mos... -risk of recurrenc…
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Pharmacotherapy
Development
Teratogen
Preimplantation period
Embryonic period
Refers to functional changes in physical, psychomotor, and co…
A substance, organism, or physical agent to which a fetus is…
Weeks 1-2 of first trimester ... -Teratogen either causes death…
Weeks 3-8... -period of maximum sensitivity to teratogens
Development
Refers to functional changes in physical, psychomotor, and co…
Teratogen
A substance, organism, or physical agent to which a fetus is…
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Pharmacotherapy
Pharmacotherapy
Pharmacotherapy
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacodynamics
Application of drugs in the PREVENTION, TREATMENT and USE in…
Correlates PHARMACODYNAMICS with biochemical aspect of disease
study of ABSORPTION, DISTRIBUTION, METABOLISM and EXCRETION o…
Study of biochemical and physiologic mechanisms
Pharmacotherapy
Application of drugs in the PREVENTION, TREATMENT and USE in…
Pharmacotherapy
Correlates PHARMACODYNAMICS with biochemical aspect of disease
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Pharmacotherapy of COPD- Bucheit
What are treatment goals for COPD?
T or F- pharmacotherapy prevents morta…
How do you reduce your risk in COPD?
T or F- All smokers should be offered…
Reduce symptoms... Reduce the frequency and severity of exacerba…
False
- According to the GOLD guidelines, " Smoking cessation is th…
True
What are treatment goals for COPD?
Reduce symptoms... Reduce the frequency and severity of exacerba…
T or F- pharmacotherapy prevents morta…
False
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PHARMACOTHERAPY
Pharmacotherapy
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacodynamics
Drug
Application of drugs to prevent, treat, or diagnose disease
Study of Absorption, Distribution, Metablodm, Excretion (ADME…
Study of biochemical and physiologic mechanisms of drug action
Any substance that alters physiological function
Pharmacotherapy
Application of drugs to prevent, treat, or diagnose disease
Pharmacokinetics
Study of Absorption, Distribution, Metablodm, Excretion (ADME…
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GI Pharmacotherapy
Which disease is cyclic? Initial mucos…
Heartburn must persist for >(#) weeks…
Which of the following treatment plans…
With Stage I (mild) GERD, therapy shou…
GERD
2 (weeks)
C (lifestyle changes with OTC / H2 antagonists / PPIs)
8 (weeks)
Which disease is cyclic? Initial mucos…
GERD
Heartburn must persist for >(#) weeks…
2 (weeks)
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Pharmacotherapy of rheumatologic disease 1
symptoms of RA
joint involvement in RA is _____ and w…
what is the texture of joints in pt wi…
class I fxn status of pt with RA
nonspecific... Fatigue, weakness, low-grade fever, loss of appet…
symmetrical... small jts mostly affected... pain is worse in morning
soft and spongy
Class I - Completely able to perform usual activities of dail…
symptoms of RA
nonspecific... Fatigue, weakness, low-grade fever, loss of appet…
joint involvement in RA is _____ and w…
symmetrical... small jts mostly affected... pain is worse in morning
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Pharmacotherapy of Dermatologic Disorders
What is not a factor affecting absorpt…
Usually absorption determines ________
In patients with dry skin an ________…
Which type of topical drug vehicle/bas…
F (all of the above affect absorption)
toxicity
occlusive
ointment (greater drug delivery per amount applied)
What is not a factor affecting absorpt…
F (all of the above affect absorption)
Usually absorption determines ________
toxicity
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Rheumatology Pharmacotherapy
What is the first line of treatment fo…
Which of the following is used for mod…
T/F RA patients are twice as likely to…
Which of the following is FALSE regard…
B (NSAIDs or other steroids)
D (MTX lefunomide)
true (including renal and GI side effects)
B (does NOT alter the progression of the disease)
What is the first line of treatment fo…
B (NSAIDs or other steroids)
Which of the following is used for mod…
D (MTX lefunomide)
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Pulmonary Pharmacotherapy
Increase airway inflammation, mucus se…
T/F Corticosteroids in asthma work bes…
In asthma, there is increased (sympath…
T/F Asthma is a progressive disease
C (reactivity)
false (works effectively against all types of inflammation -…
parasympathetic; small
true
Increase airway inflammation, mucus se…
C (reactivity)
T/F Corticosteroids in asthma work bes…
false (works effectively against all types of inflammation -…
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Pharmacotherapy 2- AKI
Sodium excretion (urine conc divided b…
Pre-renal AKI
Vasodilation of afferent arteriole
More concensus and use of RIFLE criter…
What is the FEna equation?
Eval of FEna equation with diuretic use in a pt may only eval…
What is the effect of low-dose DA on the kidney?
How does AKI differ from ARF in definition?
Sodium excretion (urine conc divided b…
What is the FEna equation?
Pre-renal AKI
Eval of FEna equation with diuretic use in a pt may only eval…
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Pharmacotherapy: GERD
What is GERD
What is esophagitis?
What is Barrett's Esophagus?
Do foods or medications matter with GE…
When the LES (lower esophageal sphincter) which is typically…
A complication of GERD in which the tissues in the esophagus…
Complication of GERD into which normal cells of the esophagus…
Yes they can decrease LES pressure or irritate the esophageal…
What is GERD
When the LES (lower esophageal sphincter) which is typically…
What is esophagitis?
A complication of GERD in which the tissues in the esophagus…
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Internal Medicine: Critical Care
Who is at risk for acute adrenal insuf…
What are symptoms of an adrenal crisis?
Diagnostic studies for adrenal crisis?
Lab findings with adrenal crisis?
Abruptly stopping steroids after long term use... Bilateral adre…
HYPOTENSION/SHOCK... Acute pain (in abdomen and lower back)... Vomi…
Stat Cosyntropin (ACTH) stim test
HYPERkalemia... HYPOnatremia... HYPOglycemia... HYPERcalcemia... Low BUN…
Who is at risk for acute adrenal insuf…
Abruptly stopping steroids after long term use... Bilateral adre…
What are symptoms of an adrenal crisis?
HYPOTENSION/SHOCK... Acute pain (in abdomen and lower back)... Vomi…
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Patho: Pharmacotherapy
development
changes during pregnancy
teratogen
preimplantation period
functional changes in physical, psychomotor, and cognitive ab…
absorption of drugs faster, distribution and metabolism chang…
a substance, organism, or physical agent to which a fetus is…
weeks 1-2 of first trimester, teratogen either causes death o…
development
functional changes in physical, psychomotor, and cognitive ab…
changes during pregnancy
absorption of drugs faster, distribution and metabolism chang…
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Pharmacotherapy of Hyperlipidemia
T/F The Framingham study found definit…
HDLs <(#)mg/dL and/or LDLs > (#)mg/dL…
Men older than (#) and women older tha…
Which of the following is FALSE regard…
false ... (1:1 positive relationship between LDL and CVD; 2:1 ne…
40; 60
45; 55
C (INCREASE daily intake of poly- and mono-unsaturated fats -…
T/F The Framingham study found definit…
false ... (1:1 positive relationship between LDL and CVD; 2:1 ne…
HDLs <(#)mg/dL and/or LDLs > (#)mg/dL…
40; 60
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Pharmacotherapy of HIV
HIV invades what type of cells
Arrange the steps of HIV viral replica…
Which enzyme is responsible for cataly…
Which enzyme acts to facilitate the in…
CD4 (via fusion and entry)
B D A C E F
A (reverse transcriptase)
B (nuclear integrase)
HIV invades what type of cells
CD4 (via fusion and entry)
Arrange the steps of HIV viral replica…
B D A C E F
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Behavioral medicine - student presentation - schizophreniform, schizoaffective
schizophreniform sxs
schizophreniform diagnostic criteria
Approach to treatment of schizophrenif…
Pharmacotherapy for depressive schizop…
Same as schizophrenia except:... -x1-6 months... *-not necessary…
-two or more of the following for 1 - 6 months (MUST have…
GOAL: stabilize and reduce sxs with minimal adverse effec…
SSRI + antipsychotic (haloperidol, risperidone, olanzapine, a…
schizophreniform sxs
Same as schizophrenia except:... -x1-6 months... *-not necessary…
schizophreniform diagnostic criteria
-two or more of the following for 1 - 6 months (MUST have…
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Pharmacotherapy of Heart Failure
(systolic / diastolic) HF results in l…
(systolic / diastolic) HF causes thick…
Heart failure increases the activity o…
Which of the following terms refers to…
systolic
diastolic
sympathetic; activates
B (preload)
(systolic / diastolic) HF results in l…
systolic
(systolic / diastolic) HF causes thick…
diastolic
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Pharmacotherapy of HTN
isolated (systolic / diastolic) hypert…
Lowering BP most benefits the risk of…
The greatest impact (absolute numbers)…
The greatest proportion of preventable…
diastolic; systolic
C (Heart failure 50%)... (reduces strokes by 35-40%)... (reduces MI…
D (men, older persons, and those with isolated systolic HTN)…
women (optimal control of blood pressure could prevent more t…
isolated (systolic / diastolic) hypert…
diastolic; systolic
Lowering BP most benefits the risk of…
C (Heart failure 50%)... (reduces strokes by 35-40%)... (reduces MI…
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Movement Disorders Pharmacotherapy
What is the pathophysiology of Parkins…
In Parkinson's disease, there is a(n)…
Which of the following symptoms MUST b…
Hoehn and Yahr Classification System i…
B (Variably gradual loss of dopamine activity in CNS regulati…
depletion; overexpression (drugs try to re-balance this out)
C (bradykinesia) (+ two or more of the other answer choices)
C (Parkinson's patients)
What is the pathophysiology of Parkins…
B (Variably gradual loss of dopamine activity in CNS regulati…
In Parkinson's disease, there is a(n)…
depletion; overexpression (drugs try to re-balance this out)
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Emergency Medicine
Normal Urine output
Common serum marker used to assess ext…
First line pharmacotherapy in CHF
Most reliable method for confirming an…
1 ml/kg/hour
Lactate ... Lactate >4 is associated with highest mortality rates
Nitrates
Capnography
Normal Urine output
1 ml/kg/hour
Common serum marker used to assess ext…
Lactate ... Lactate >4 is associated with highest mortality rates
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pharmacotherapy final
What is pharmacology
Classification of therapeutic agents:…
Classification of therapeutic agents:…
Classification of therapeutic agents:…
the study of medicine
a chemical agent capable of producing biologic responses with…
agents naturally produced in animal cells by microorganisms o…
natural plants herbs extracts and many techniques considered…
What is pharmacology
the study of medicine
Classification of therapeutic agents:…
a chemical agent capable of producing biologic responses with…
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Pharmacotherapy of Dermatologic Disorders
Indication (treatment) that Benzoyl Pe…
Pharmacology for Benzoyl Peroxide.
Availability of Benzoyl Peroxide
Dosing for Benzoyl Peroxide
Use alone for mild to moderate acne... For severe cases, use in…
Anti-bacterial activity against Propionibacterium acnes... Activ…
Soaps, lotions, creams, & gels... 2.5 - 10% concentration... Brand…
Start with lower strength and titrate concentration slowly.... A…
Indication (treatment) that Benzoyl Pe…
Use alone for mild to moderate acne... For severe cases, use in…
Pharmacology for Benzoyl Peroxide.
Anti-bacterial activity against Propionibacterium acnes... Activ…
Psychosomatic Medicine
Stress
neuroendocrine responses to stress
BDNF in depression
Pain management ... pharmacotherapy
reaction to life events that are perceived to impact survival…
increased norepi, increased catecholamines, increased cortiso…
lower hippocampal synthesis in depression and in stress.
antidepressants increase norepi and serotonin are best (Tricy…
Stress
reaction to life events that are perceived to impact survival…
neuroendocrine responses to stress
increased norepi, increased catecholamines, increased cortiso…
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Pharmacotherapy 5- Sepsis
--What is the organization that releas…
--What was the historical definition…
--What does SIRS stand for?
--What are the SIRS criteria?
Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM)
Infection + at least 2 SIRS criteria
systemic inflammatory response syndrome
Fever or hypothermia (>38°C or < 36°C)... Tachycardia (>90 bpm)…
--What is the organization that releas…
Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM)
--What was the historical definition…
Infection + at least 2 SIRS criteria
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Unassorted 2016
Indications for Screening mammography
Rx for breast Cancer prophylaxis with…
Subsequent management of patient with…
Routine screening with Combined HPV te…
Routine at age 40-50 (unclear); every 2 yrs. till age 75
Tamoxifen or Anastrazole
Undetermined (risk of Ca inc. but management is unclear)
5 yrs (Pap smear along -3 yrs)
Indications for Screening mammography
Routine at age 40-50 (unclear); every 2 yrs. till age 75
Rx for breast Cancer prophylaxis with…
Tamoxifen or Anastrazole
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Pharmacotherapy Exam 2
Chiropractic
Homeopathy
Naturopathy
Acupressure
1. Relationship between spiritual structure and body function…
1. Based on like cures like or law of similar... 2. *MUST GO THR…
1. Encourages lifestyles/therapies as close to nature ... 2. Emp…
Needles + Pressure
Chiropractic
1. Relationship between spiritual structure and body function…
Homeopathy
1. Based on like cures like or law of similar... 2. *MUST GO THR…
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Pharmacotherapy Quiz 1 Study Guide
prevent, diagnose, treat
pharmacotherapy
pharmacotherapy
pharmacokinetics
Name the three medical uses of drugs in regard to disease
The study of the uses of drugs to prevent, diagnose and treat…
using drugs to affect the body therapeutically
how drugs move through the body in the processes of absorptio…
prevent, diagnose, treat
Name the three medical uses of drugs in regard to disease
pharmacotherapy
The study of the uses of drugs to prevent, diagnose and treat…
40 terms
Complementary and Alternative Medicine
CAM system based on like cures like
CAM technique that may involve topical…
Contraindications to chiropractic
Example of movement-based technique
Homeopathy... *Can make claims to treat/prevent/cure a disease
Massage Therapy
Osteoporosis
Pilates
CAM system based on like cures like
Homeopathy... *Can make claims to treat/prevent/cure a disease
CAM technique that may involve topical…
Massage Therapy
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Pharmacotherapy for Alzheimer's Dementia
Alzheimer's disease is the ____ most e…
By 2050, 1 in (#) persons over age 65…
The prevalence of Alzheimer's disease…
Prevalence of Alzheimer's disease incr…
third (Costs over $100 billion/year) (8th leading cause of de…
5 (13.2 million)
decreases (53% among 75-84; 40% among person over 85)
exponentially (found in 53% among 75-84 group)
Alzheimer's disease is the ____ most e…
third (Costs over $100 billion/year) (8th leading cause of de…
By 2050, 1 in (#) persons over age 65…
5 (13.2 million)
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Complimentary and Alternative Medicine
What is complementary medicine?
What is alternative medicine?
Uses of melatonin
MOA of melatonin
Using non-mainstream approach PLUS conventional medicine
Using non-mainstream approach IN PLACE of conventional medici…
1. Sleep... 2. Jet lag
-Regulates sleep and circadian rhythms... -lowers alertness, bod…
What is complementary medicine?
Using non-mainstream approach PLUS conventional medicine
What is alternative medicine?
Using non-mainstream approach IN PLACE of conventional medici…
46 terms
Psych Pharmacotherapy
Depression Incidence
Risk Factors for Depression
Clinical Presentation of Depression
Pharmacologic Treatment for Depression
- 16.2% lifetime prevalence... - only 1/3 pts experience remiss…
- female... - marital status... - middle-aged... - life stress... - chron…
- gradual onset... - avg period of untreated episodes is 4-6 mo…
GOAL --> to MINIMIZE sxs; pt might still have some sxs after…
Depression Incidence
- 16.2% lifetime prevalence... - only 1/3 pts experience remiss…
Risk Factors for Depression
- female... - marital status... - middle-aged... - life stress... - chron…
Pharmacotherapy test 1
Pharmacology
Therapeutics
Pharmacotherapy
Drug
the study of medicine ranging from understanding how drugs ar…
branch of medicine concerned with the prevention of disease a…
application of drugs for the purpose of disease prevention an…
a chemical agent capable or producing biologic responses with…
Pharmacology
the study of medicine ranging from understanding how drugs ar…
Therapeutics
branch of medicine concerned with the prevention of disease a…
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Pharmacotherapy of Ischemic Heart Disease
Most common ischemia-precipitating eve…
A patient with IHD whose symptoms only…
A patient with IHD whose symptoms occu…
A patient with IHD whose symptoms caus…
reduction
A (class I)
B (class II)... (symptoms occur more often than not with moderat…
C (class III)
Most common ischemia-precipitating eve…
reduction
A patient with IHD whose symptoms only…
A (class I)
Hypertension Pharmacotherapy
What are the preferred drug combos for…
In the black population what drugs sho…
What is the MOA for thiazide diuretics?
MOA for potassium sparing diuretics?
1. ACE Inhbitors + (thiazide diuretic OR CCB)... 2. ARB + (thia…
1. CCB or thiazide diuretic or a combo
Block reabsorption of sodium in distal tubal...patient secret…
Block aldosterone or directly blocks sodium channel... leadin…
What are the preferred drug combos for…
1. ACE Inhbitors + (thiazide diuretic OR CCB)... 2. ARB + (thia…
In the black population what drugs sho…
1. CCB or thiazide diuretic or a combo
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Gout Pharmacotherapy
2 dosing options for colchicine in acu…
What is the preferred colchicine dosin…
If a patient already has a diagnosis o…
If a patient is on colchicine prophyla…
1. High dose = 1.2 mg initially then 0.6 mg every hour x6 or…
1.2 mg initially, then 0.6 mg one hour later.... *evidence sugg…
1. Acute treatment with low dose.... 2. Start prophylactic dail…
NSAID or corticosteroid.
2 dosing options for colchicine in acu…
1. High dose = 1.2 mg initially then 0.6 mg every hour x6 or…
What is the preferred colchicine dosin…
1.2 mg initially, then 0.6 mg one hour later.... *evidence sugg…
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Pharmacotherapy Test 2
Anorexia Nervosa Signs & Symptoms
Bulimia Nervosa Signs & Symptoms
Binge Eating Disorder
Bitter Orange w/Caffeine claims....?
-significantly low bodyweight due to energy (food) restrictio…
-recurrent episodes of binge eating... -recurrent behaviors to p…
-recurrent episodes of binge eating at least once weekly for…
Increases # calories burned
Anorexia Nervosa Signs & Symptoms
-significantly low bodyweight due to energy (food) restrictio…
Bulimia Nervosa Signs & Symptoms
-recurrent episodes of binge eating... -recurrent behaviors to p…
119 terms
Pharmacotherapy 1
drug
pharmacology
pharmacotherapy
antinfective drugs
chemical that exerts an effect on a biological process
study of drugs
application of drugs to benefit a patient
antibiotics, antifungals, antivirals
drug
chemical that exerts an effect on a biological process
pharmacology
study of drugs
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Pharmacotherapy of rheumatologic disease 2
what DMARD must be used in combination…
how does infliximab work?
Which RA meds work by interfering or b…
how long does it take Infliximab to ta…
Infliximab
slows radiographic progression... interferes with endogeneous TN…
Infliximab... Etanercept... Adalimumab
few days to 4 m to take effect... half life: 8-9,5 days
what DMARD must be used in combination…
Infliximab
how does infliximab work?
slows radiographic progression... interferes with endogeneous TN…
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geriatric pharmacotherapy
overview
introduction
definition and characteristics of drugs
bioavailability
seniors take about 25% of prescribed medicines... ADR - adverse…
drug history - part of nutritional assessment... many drugs affe…
drug - chemical used to treat or prevent disease... combine with…
extent and rate at which a drug reaches the circulation and b…
overview
seniors take about 25% of prescribed medicines... ADR - adverse…
introduction
drug history - part of nutritional assessment... many drugs affe…
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