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Drugs/Society Exam 1 PPt. 5/6/7
Drug data: Official drug collection -->>
Drug data: survey data-->>
Other source for drug data:
Official data comes from:
DAWN... ADAM... TEDS... OCME/DEWS
monitoring the future... NSDUH
CEWG
drug arrests... Uniform Crime reports (UCR)
Drug data: Official drug collection -->>
DAWN... ADAM... TEDS... OCME/DEWS
Drug data: survey data-->>
monitoring the future... NSDUH
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PPT-6 exam 1
Most commone causs of OHD
Drugs that cause OHD-vinny drinks alco…
Hypertension accelerates.... And causes
The heart is between the lungs and und…
Artherosclerosis of the cornary artieries
Alcohol doxorubicin verapamil cocaine dexfenfluramine clozapi…
CAD and causes LV hypertrophy
Left if it points to the right its called dextrocardia
Most commone causs of OHD
Artherosclerosis of the cornary artieries
Drugs that cause OHD-vinny drinks alco…
Alcohol doxorubicin verapamil cocaine dexfenfluramine clozapi…
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PPT7 Exam 1 Drugs
Ocreotide
Lanreotide autogel
Pegvisomant
Bromocriptine
Somatostatin analog (inhibits GH secretion)... Acromegaly
Somatostatin analog (inhibits GH secretion)... Acromegaly
GH receptor antagonist... Acromegaly
DA agonist... Acromegaly... Hyperprolactinemia from CNS lesion or n…
Ocreotide
Somatostatin analog (inhibits GH secretion)... Acromegaly
Lanreotide autogel
Somatostatin analog (inhibits GH secretion)... Acromegaly
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PPT 3-exam 1 drugs
thiazide induced hyponatremia is most…
non drug induced ECF expansion: 8 things
drug induced ecf expansion through enh…
drug induced ecf expansion through enh…
elderly and women
tumor, head trauma, stroke, hemorrhage, post op, tuberculosis…
clofibrate, barbituates, tricyclics, MAOs
carbamazepine, NSAIDs and APAP, lamotrigine
thiazide induced hyponatremia is most…
elderly and women
non drug induced ECF expansion: 8 things
tumor, head trauma, stroke, hemorrhage, post op, tuberculosis…
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Drug BIO Exam 1: PPT 1
What is the goal of drug administration?
What affects drug administration?
What are the different types of admini…
Describe oral adminstration
To maintain a therapeutic dose of the trug in its targeted ti…
Route of administration, drug absorption, drug distribution,…
orally, IV injection, inhalation, topical, transdermal, and r…
Most common (easiest), goes through first pass metabolism (co…
What is the goal of drug administration?
To maintain a therapeutic dose of the trug in its targeted ti…
What affects drug administration?
Route of administration, drug absorption, drug distribution,…
psych ppt6 exam1
temperament
temperament styles
attachment: early theories
attachment: later theories
a person's specific style of emotional and behavioral respons…
easy(flexible) 40%... difficult(feisty,active,intense)10%... slow-t…
based solely on basic biological needs
desire for comfort; fear of unfamiliar
temperament
a person's specific style of emotional and behavioral respons…
temperament styles
easy(flexible) 40%... difficult(feisty,active,intense)10%... slow-t…
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Drug Biology Exam 1: PPT 3
What is the ADME system?
Whats the definition of drug absorption?
Factors that influence absorption
Describe the ionized and un-ionized fo…
Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, Excretion
The movement of the drug from the plasma to the site of action
Surface area, concentration gradient (that extra push), ease…
ionized form is polar and water soluble and un-ionized is non…
What is the ADME system?
Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, Excretion
Whats the definition of drug absorption?
The movement of the drug from the plasma to the site of action
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Drug Biology Exam 1: PPT 2
How do drugs bind?
Describe the ligand-gated ion channel…
List some facts about GPCR's
Describe the trimeric in regards to GP…
By shape, charge, hydrophobic/hydrophilic interactions and no…
Nicotine and acetylcholine are your hormones that will activa…
Largest family of cell surface receptors, humans have over 70…
A trimeric is a 3 protein subunit (alpha, beta, gamma). How i…
How do drugs bind?
By shape, charge, hydrophobic/hydrophilic interactions and no…
Describe the ligand-gated ion channel…
Nicotine and acetylcholine are your hormones that will activa…
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DI exam 1 - PPT 6
Population
Parameters
Statistics
Populations and samples
refers to all objects of a particular kind in the universe.…
measurements that describe a population
measurements that describe a sample
A Sample must be representative of the population.
Population
refers to all objects of a particular kind in the universe.…
Parameters
measurements that describe a population
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PPT2 exam 1 drugs yo
Metformin
Glipizide
Glimepiride
Nateglinide
Decrease hepatic glucose production... SD: 500mg qd... MD: 2500mg d…
Glucotrol... SD: 5mg qd... MD: 40mg divided bid... Best SU in renal in…
Amaryl... SD: 1-2mg qd... MD: 8mg qd... Hypoglycemia, weight gain... Chea…
120mg tid (mealtime coverage)... Meglitinide... 1-30 min before mea…
Metformin
Decrease hepatic glucose production... SD: 500mg qd... MD: 2500mg d…
Glipizide
Glucotrol... SD: 5mg qd... MD: 40mg divided bid... Best SU in renal in…
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Pharm PPT 1 Drugs
Mast cell stabilizer
Short-acting Beta Agonist
Methylxanthines
Long-acting Beta Agonist
Cromolyn
Albuterol, Levoalbuterol
Theophylline, Aminophylline
Salmeterol, Formoterol
Mast cell stabilizer
Cromolyn
Short-acting Beta Agonist
Albuterol, Levoalbuterol
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Drugs for ppt. 1 Dopamine
Metrosine (AMPT)
L-DOPA
Carbidopa
Methyldopa
Acts on Dopamine. Blocks synthesis. Blocks tyrosine hydroxlya…
Acts on Dopamine, stimulates dopamine synthesis, principle tr…
A peripheral aromatic amino acid decarboxylase inhibitor whic…
Acts on dopamine. Blocks dopamine synthesis, used to treat hy…
Metrosine (AMPT)
Acts on Dopamine. Blocks synthesis. Blocks tyrosine hydroxlya…
L-DOPA
Acts on Dopamine, stimulates dopamine synthesis, principle tr…
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PPT 1 arrhythmia and drugs
sinus arrhythmia
PAC
Sinus Brady
sinus Tachy
no Tx
BB if significant Sx
atropine .5mg q3-5min PRN ... Transcutaneous pacing + lorazepam…
IVF bolus
sinus arrhythmia
no Tx
PAC
BB if significant Sx
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Histology - Exam 1 (PPT 6-Cartilage and Bone)
Cartilage
Extracellular Matrix
Collagen
Collagen, Collagen, Elastin, Proteogly…
This tissue type is important for support of soft tissues, fo…
Cartilage consists of an __________ ________ (ground substanc…
__________ Provides tensile strength and durability, however,…
The qualities of the different types of cartilage depend on,…
Cartilage
This tissue type is important for support of soft tissues, fo…
Extracellular Matrix
Cartilage consists of an __________ ________ (ground substanc…
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PPT Exam 1: Ch 1, 5, 6
neurons
4 major types of cells
muscle cells
epithelial cells
specialized to transmit information in the form of electrical…
neurons, muscle cells, epithelial cell, connective tissue cells
specialized to contract, generating mechanical force and move…
sheet like layer in combinations with an underlying layer of…
neurons
specialized to transmit information in the form of electrical…
4 major types of cells
neurons, muscle cells, epithelial cell, connective tissue cells
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International Marketing Exam 1 PPT 6
Licensing
Franchising
Joint Ventures
Wholly Owned Subsidiaries
A contractual agreement whereby one company (the licensor) ma…
Contract between a parent company-franchisor and a franchisee…
Entry strategy for a single target country in which the partn…
Start-up of a new operation or an acquisition of an existing…
Licensing
A contractual agreement whereby one company (the licensor) ma…
Franchising
Contract between a parent company-franchisor and a franchisee…
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Public Health Exam 1 (ppt 6-9)
Epidemiology
5 Objectives of Epid
10 steps of outbreak investigation
4 Methods of Research
study of the distribution and determinants of disease frequen…
1. Cause/RF: identify the cause of disease and its risk facto…
1) Field work... 2) Outbreak! Establish the existence of an out…
1. Randomized Control Studies: compares current (or no) treat…
Epidemiology
study of the distribution and determinants of disease frequen…
5 Objectives of Epid
1. Cause/RF: identify the cause of disease and its risk facto…
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Psych Exam 1 (ppt 1 - 6)
Abnormality
Elements of abnormality... List Elements
What to remember of the elements of ab…
DSM 5 Definition
No consensus definition - varies from place to place and acro…
Suffering... Maladaptiveness... Deviancy... Violation of the standards…
No one element is sufficient to define or determine abnormali…
Clinically significant disturbance in behavior, emotional reg…
Abnormality
No consensus definition - varies from place to place and acro…
Elements of abnormality... List Elements
Suffering... Maladaptiveness... Deviancy... Violation of the standards…
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Behavior and Learning Exam 1 (PPT 6 & 7)
ways to pair the CS and US
trace conditioning
delayed conditioning
ISI
trace, delayed, simultaneous, and backward conditioning
CS before US, no overlap
CS before US, overlap.
time between onset of CS and US
ways to pair the CS and US
trace, delayed, simultaneous, and backward conditioning
trace conditioning
CS before US, no overlap
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CSD 442 Exam 1 (PPT 1-6)
PHONETICS & DIACRITICS REVIEW
Vowels are produced with a relatively…
Vowels are always _________
Vowels are typically ______ than conso…
PPT 1-5
open
voiced
louder than consonants... referred to as sonorants... **relative l…
PHONETICS & DIACRITICS REVIEW
PPT 1-5
Vowels are produced with a relatively…
open
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Cell Bio: Exam 1 ppt. 6-9
sugars -->
polysaccharides <--
Fatty acids -->
Fats, lipids, membranes <--
polysaccharides
sugars
fats, lipids, membranes
fatty acids
sugars -->
polysaccharides
polysaccharides <--
sugars
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Unit 3: PPT 6: Anti Epileptic Drugs
the most common serious neurological d…
Epilepsy
Nonepileptogenic seizures are ... than…
6 intrtacranial causes of seizures
Epilepsy and seizures
group of brain disorders characterized by periodic and unpred…
more common
- tumor... - vascular... - arteriovenous malformation... - trauma... - in…
the most common serious neurological d…
Epilepsy and seizures
Epilepsy
group of brain disorders characterized by periodic and unpred…
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Resp Path - Exam 1 - PPTS 6-10
Name some defense mechanisms of the ai…
Name some defense mechanisms of the al…
What happens to goblet cells when ther…
What effect does the administration of…
- Epithelial barrier... - Cough... - Secretory IgA... - Mucociliary cl…
- Alveolar macrophages... - Recruited neutrophils
There are more goblet cells & more mucus-producing glands
Decreases mucociliary clearance
Name some defense mechanisms of the ai…
- Epithelial barrier... - Cough... - Secretory IgA... - Mucociliary cl…
Name some defense mechanisms of the al…
- Alveolar macrophages... - Recruited neutrophils
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AHS 307 PPT 6: Hormonal and Reproductive Drugs
Adrenal glands
Pancreas
Ovaries
Testes
secrete erythropoietin
(endocrine and exocrine) secrete insulin and glucagon (endocr…
secrete estrogen and progesterone
secrete testosterone
Adrenal glands
secrete erythropoietin
Pancreas
(endocrine and exocrine) secrete insulin and glucagon (endocr…
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Drugs/Society Exam 1 Ppt. 2/3/4
The 3 ways of thinking and defining dr…
Medical utility is defined as:
Objective reality of medical utility:
Subjective reality of medical utility:
medical utility... psychoactivity... illegality
a substance that is used by physicians to treat the body or m…
under this definition a drug has to do something that acts as…
what we define as a healing agent varies in time and space Ex…
The 3 ways of thinking and defining dr…
medical utility... psychoactivity... illegality
Medical utility is defined as:
a substance that is used by physicians to treat the body or m…
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PPT Drug Quiz 1 (Drug/Bug)
Amoxicillin Class
Amoxicillin Route/ Administration
Amoxicillin MOA
Amoxicillin Activity
Aminopenicillin similar to natural penicillin
Oral dosage form only... Stable to stomach acid; take without re…
inhibit cell wall synthesis through binding to PBP inhibiting…
Streptococci (group A and B, most pneumococci), ~60% of Haemo…
Amoxicillin Class
Aminopenicillin similar to natural penicillin
Amoxicillin Route/ Administration
Oral dosage form only... Stable to stomach acid; take without re…
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M1: ppt 6
derived culture media
enriched media
clonal population
catabolism
exact minimal things you need
add serum or blood
same as colony forming unit... aka what should be just a bunch o…
larger molecules to smaller plus energy
derived culture media
exact minimal things you need
enriched media
add serum or blood
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Drugs Test ppt 1 notes
First element of healthy or unhealthy…
2nd element of healthy or unhealthy re…
3rd element of healthy or unhealthy re…
4th element of healthy or unhealthy re…
Recognition that the substance you are using is a drug and aw…
Experience of a useful effect of the drug over time
Ease of separation from use of the drug
Freedom from adverse effects on health and behavior
First element of healthy or unhealthy…
Recognition that the substance you are using is a drug and aw…
2nd element of healthy or unhealthy re…
Experience of a useful effect of the drug over time
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PPT-1 Exam 3 Drugs
propranolol
verapamil
morphine
warfarin
high clearance drug (Clint=Q)
high clearance drug (Clint=Q)
high clearance drug (Clint=Q)
low clearance drug (Clint= fub*Clint)
propranolol
high clearance drug (Clint=Q)
verapamil
high clearance drug (Clint=Q)
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Resp Path - Exam 1 - PPTS 6-10
Name some defense mechanisms of the ai…
Name some defense mechanisms of the al…
What happens to goblet cells when ther…
What effect does the administration of…
- Epithelial barrier... - Cough... - Secretory IgA... - Mucociliary cl…
- Alveolar macrophages... - Recruited neutrophils
There are more goblet cells & more mucus-producing glands
Decreases mucociliary clearance
Name some defense mechanisms of the ai…
- Epithelial barrier... - Cough... - Secretory IgA... - Mucociliary cl…
Name some defense mechanisms of the al…
- Alveolar macrophages... - Recruited neutrophils
Midterm 1- PPT 6
observations of the foot: observe?
foot inspection: friction sites?
slide 7, 11, 13, 15, 24 6a.
slide 3 6b.
gait... gross motor function... posture... apprehension... compensations
calluses, corns, blisters
...
...
observations of the foot: observe?
gait... gross motor function... posture... apprehension... compensations
foot inspection: friction sites?
calluses, corns, blisters
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History 6.1 (ppt)
washington
adams
Washington
cabinet
who was inaugurated as the first pres of the us?... -on april 30…
who is the first vice pres?
who chooses the heads of the first executive departments?
together Washington and Adams are known as the what?
washington
who was inaugurated as the first pres of the us?... -on april 30…
adams
who is the first vice pres?
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Chapter 6: PPT 1
Canada is made up of:
Europeans arrived:
Populations of the original __________…
What was taken?
3 territories & 10 provinces (political unit similar to a sta…
1497
200,000
Land
Canada is made up of:
3 territories & 10 provinces (political unit similar to a sta…
Europeans arrived:
1497
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Ex Phys Exam 1 PPT 6 Weight MGT
High risk waist circumference
Preferred method for calculating ideal…
Ideal/desired body weight equation
Desired BF for men/women
Men > 39.5 in... Women > 35.5 in
Body comp (%BF)
DW = W - ( W x (%BF/100))/... (100 - desired%BF) / 100
Men: 16%... Women: 26%
High risk waist circumference
Men > 39.5 in... Women > 35.5 in
Preferred method for calculating ideal…
Body comp (%BF)
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PPT Bug Quiz 1 (Drug/Bug)
Methicillin-Susceptible Staphylococcus…
Methicillin-Susceptible Staphylococcus…
Methicillin-Susceptible Staphylococcus…
Methicillin-Susceptible Staphylococcus…
Aerobic, Gram positive cocci in clusters, Coagulase positive
Found on skin (primarily axilla and groin), mucus membranes;…
Common cause of skin infections and both community and nosoco…
Produces β-lactamase active against penicillin, ampicillin,... a…
Methicillin-Susceptible Staphylococcus…
Aerobic, Gram positive cocci in clusters, Coagulase positive
Methicillin-Susceptible Staphylococcus…
Found on skin (primarily axilla and groin), mucus membranes;…
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Epi-PPT #6 part 1
Analytical studies
Cohort
cohort studies
prospective cohort studies
-based on collection of a sample of a subset of the populatio…
group of animals or persons who share a common experience wit…
-best method in comparing disease incidence between 2 cohorts…
-select exposed and non-exposed groups and follow the cohorts…
Analytical studies
-based on collection of a sample of a subset of the populatio…
Cohort
group of animals or persons who share a common experience wit…
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Muscles PPt #1 (Ch. 6)
There are 3 types of muscles, ___, ___…
Skeletal muscle has to be attached to…
___ movement is due to the interplay o…
___ have the ability to contract, exte…
cardiac smooth skeletal
bone
gross
muscles
There are 3 types of muscles, ___, ___…
cardiac smooth skeletal
Skeletal muscle has to be attached to…
bone
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Virology - Exam 1 (PPT 6-Animal Virus Replication)
Genome Structure, Virion Structure, Im…
Species
Polythetic Group
Host
What are the 4 main ways to classify viruses?
A collection of strains is a ?
Species is a ________________ meaning the members share commo…
All viruses rely on ______ cell for protein synthesis. Some r…
Genome Structure, Virion Structure, Im…
What are the 4 main ways to classify viruses?
Species
A collection of strains is a ?
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Drug information literature evaluation 1 PPT
The provision of pharmaceutical care r…
Pharmacist must have the knowledge and…
In order to keep abreast of new and em…
Define Evidence-based medicine from qu…
integration of sound therapeutic principles and evidence-base…
Retrieve... Evaluate... Communicate
Drug Information... Biostatistics... and Literature evaluation skills
"The integreation of best research evidence with clinical exp…
The provision of pharmaceutical care r…
integration of sound therapeutic principles and evidence-base…
Pharmacist must have the knowledge and…
Retrieve... Evaluate... Communicate
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Gastro Exam 1: Dz of Small Intestines (PPT #6)
tetany
3 phases of normal digestion and absor…
Causes of pancreatic insufficiency?
chylomicrons
a condition marked by intermittent muscular spasms, caused by…
(1) Intraluminal: pancreatic/biliary secretions hydrolyze die…
1. Chronic pancreatitis... 2. Cystic fibrosis... 3. Pancreatic cancer
ipoprotein particles that consist of triglycerides (85-92%),…
tetany
a condition marked by intermittent muscular spasms, caused by…
3 phases of normal digestion and absor…
(1) Intraluminal: pancreatic/biliary secretions hydrolyze die…
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6.1 Berlin plus ppt
die Ablehnung
abreißen
absetzen
absperren
Rejection, disapproval
To tear down
To remove from office, depose
To close off
die Ablehnung
Rejection, disapproval
abreißen
To tear down
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Unit 1-Ppt 6 Neurotransmitters
What are the chemicals released by the…
Neurotransmitters cross the synaptic c…
The receptors in the postsynaptic cell…
What is an ionotropic receptor?
Neurotransmitters
-Postsynaptic membrane... -Depolarize (excite) or Hyperpolarize…
Ionotropic or Metabotropic
A ligand-gated ion channel
What are the chemicals released by the…
Neurotransmitters
Neurotransmitters cross the synaptic c…
-Postsynaptic membrane... -Depolarize (excite) or Hyperpolarize…
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10/29 - Drugs for HTN ppt - recording 1
For every organ innervated by SNS and…
drug class of choice mild-mod htn in m…
Most of the drugs we give are an _____…
what are the antagonists of htn:
arterioles... - only SNS stimulation = vasoconstric, and withdra…
dieuretic: thiazide.
antagonist, inhibit something. but some agonists
- adrenergic antagonists... - A1- blockers... - Beta blockers... - a…
For every organ innervated by SNS and…
arterioles... - only SNS stimulation = vasoconstric, and withdra…
drug class of choice mild-mod htn in m…
dieuretic: thiazide.
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Methods Exam #1 PPt 6
Kinds of Research Designs
Non-Experimental Designs
Experimental Designs
Research Designs
Naturalistic Observation... Participant Observation... Case Study... A…
less control, less manipulation of conditions
more control, more manipulation of conditions
Uncover relationships between variables
Kinds of Research Designs
Naturalistic Observation... Participant Observation... Case Study... A…
Non-Experimental Designs
less control, less manipulation of conditions
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Midterm 1 Ch 6 PPT
Define Global Organization:
Define Globalization:
What are the 5 aspects of Globalization?
Define Industrial Globalization
An organization that operates and competes in more than one c…
The inexorable integration of markets, nation-states and tech…
1) Industrial... 2) Financial... 3) Cultural... 4) Political... 5) Inform…
Rise and expansion of multinational enterprises
Define Global Organization:
An organization that operates and competes in more than one c…
Define Globalization:
The inexorable integration of markets, nation-states and tech…
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Drugs & Behavior Exam #2 ppt 1
Reefer Madness
Marijuana Tax Act
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacodynamics
1936
1937
How the body effects the drug
How the drug effects the body
Reefer Madness
1936
Marijuana Tax Act
1937
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ANS and CN ppt 1.6
What is the ANS divided into?
What is the sympathetic nervous system?
What is the parasympathetic nervous sy…
What is the enteric nervous system?
sympathetic... parasympathetic... entric
fight or flight responses
rest and recuperation responses
viscera (GI tract, pancreas, gall bladder)
What is the ANS divided into?
sympathetic... parasympathetic... entric
What is the sympathetic nervous system?
fight or flight responses
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6. Metabolic Regulation 1 (PPT)
what is one of the key organs involved…
what does the liver to do maintain met…
what are the 3 primary stored fuels?
what does the liver do for the other o…
liver
make sure the brain has glucose - will undergo gluconeogenesis
glycogen, triacylglycerols, protein
provide food
what is one of the key organs involved…
liver
what does the liver to do maintain met…
make sure the brain has glucose - will undergo gluconeogenesis
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History Ch. 6 PPT 1 Notecards
What does the Renaissance mean?
the 1st modern time period that began…
the cradle (birth) of the Renaissance
The Ren. spread from Florence to the r…
rebirth or revival
Renaissance
City of Florence
Northern Renaissance
What does the Renaissance mean?
rebirth or revival
the 1st modern time period that began…
Renaissance
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Unit 2: PPT 6: Drugs used in the Treatment of Coagulation Disorders
Thrombogenesis (2 things)
Coagulation
Anticoagulants (3)
Heparin Class (3)
--(primary hemostasis):... --Formation of platelet-plug
--(secondary hemostasis):... --Reinforcement of platelet-plug by…
---Heparin class... ---Direct Thrombin Inhibitors... ---Warfarin
1. Heparin (Unfractionated)... 2. Low-Molecular-Weight Heparin... E…
Thrombogenesis (2 things)
--(primary hemostasis):... --Formation of platelet-plug
Coagulation
--(secondary hemostasis):... --Reinforcement of platelet-plug by…
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