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Blue Cards part 1 Classifications and Uses
Deltasone
Darvocet-N
Cozaar
Coumadin
Corticosteroid... dermatitis, arthritis, asthma
Opiate analgesic
Angiotensin II Receptor Antagonist... heart failure, hypertension
Anticoagulant... prevents formation of blood clots
Deltasone
Corticosteroid... dermatitis, arthritis, asthma
Darvocet-N
Opiate analgesic
48 terms
EMT 17-21
endocrine system
endocrine glads
hormone
glucose
glands that secrete hormones
glands that secrete and release chemicals that are used in th…
immunoresponse to effects on organs
primary fuel for cellular metabolism
endocrine system
glands that secrete hormones
endocrine glads
glands that secrete and release chemicals that are used in th…
82 terms
Drugs
Zithromax
Cardizem
Ortho Tri-cyclen
Humalog
Azithromycin... Macrolide Antibiotic ... Treats upper/lower respi…
Diltiazem... Calcium Channel Blocker... Angina, hypertension
Norgestimate/ Ethinyl/ Estradiol ... Oral contraceptive ... Birth…
Insulin Lispro... Insulin... Treats Type 1 Diabetes
Zithromax
Azithromycin... Macrolide Antibiotic ... Treats upper/lower respi…
Cardizem
Diltiazem... Calcium Channel Blocker... Angina, hypertension
103 terms
Chapter 21
Sedative-hypnotics
No daytime naps, warm fluids to drink,…
Sedatives
Sedativehypnotics
Pharmacalogic treatment of Insomnia
Nonpharmacologic management of insomnia
Depress the CNS and cause drowsiness or sleep
produce a calming effect at lower doses and produce sleep at…
Sedative-hypnotics
Pharmacalogic treatment of Insomnia
No daytime naps, warm fluids to drink,…
Nonpharmacologic management of insomnia
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chapter 37
The demographics of aging and mental h…
role of gerophych nurse
theories of aging
Biological programming theory:
The occurrence of mental... illness is underestimated in nonpsyc…
The nurse who works with older adults with mental illness... is…
...
The life span of a cell, its... biological clock, is stored with…
The demographics of aging and mental h…
The occurrence of mental... illness is underestimated in nonpsyc…
role of gerophych nurse
The nurse who works with older adults with mental illness... is…
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Abnormal Psych ch 10
substance abuse disorder
Tolerance
withdrawal
Alcohol
Pattern of maladaptive behaviors and reactions brought about…
The adjustment that the brain... and the body make to the regula…
Unpleasant, sometimes... dangerous reactions that may occur when…
Any beverage containing ethyl... alcohol, including beer, wine,…
substance abuse disorder
Pattern of maladaptive behaviors and reactions brought about…
Tolerance
The adjustment that the brain... and the body make to the regula…
38 terms
Chapter 6- How Do Drugs and Hormones Influence the Brain and Behavior?
ADHD
psychopharmacology
psychoactive drug
agonist
developmental disorder characterized by core behavioral sympt…
study of how drugs affect the nervous system and behavior
substance that acts to alter mood, thought, or behavior; is u…
substance that enhances the function of a synapse
ADHD
developmental disorder characterized by core behavioral sympt…
psychopharmacology
study of how drugs affect the nervous system and behavior
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Pharmacology test 3
Anesthesia
lethal levels are administered
Stage 1 analgesia
Stage II: Delirium or excitement
combination of reversible unconsciousness and the absences of…
CVS and respiratory fxn are only depressed when
Reduced sensation to pain ... Patient conscious and can respond…
loss of consciousness... involuntary movement and excitement ... Re…
Anesthesia
combination of reversible unconsciousness and the absences of…
lethal levels are administered
CVS and respiratory fxn are only depressed when
34 terms
Substance use disorders
Alcohol
Alcoholics anonymous
Amphetamine
Antagonist drugs
Any beverage containing ethyl ... alcohol, including beer, wine,…
A self-help ... organization that provides support and ... guidance…
Stimulant drugs that are ... manufactured in the laboratory.
Drugs that block or ... change the effects of an addictive drug.
Alcohol
Any beverage containing ethyl ... alcohol, including beer, wine,…
Alcoholics anonymous
A self-help ... organization that provides support and ... guidance…
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Psych: Neurocognitive Disorders
What is aphasia?
What is apraxia?
What is ataxia?
What is confabulation?
Aphasia: impaired speaking ability
Apraxia: Difficulty with skilled movements
Ataxia: Loss of full control of bodily movements
Confabulation: spontaneous production of false memories: eith…
What is aphasia?
Aphasia: impaired speaking ability
What is apraxia?
Apraxia: Difficulty with skilled movements
88 terms
Path III Exam 1 - Management of the Poisoned Patient
State the usual causes of fatality due…
State the usual causes of fatality due…
Describe the use of concentrated dextr…
Describe the use of thiamine in the ma…
- airway obstruction by the flaccid tongue... - aspiration of ga…
- opiates... - barbiturates... - alcohol
-Dextrose (glucose) 25 g IV (50 mL of D50W for adults) to cor…
- 100 mg thiamine IM or IV ... - prevents Wernicke's encephalopa…
State the usual causes of fatality due…
- airway obstruction by the flaccid tongue... - aspiration of ga…
State the usual causes of fatality due…
- opiates... - barbiturates... - alcohol
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