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106 terms
SGU Bioethics
Professionalism (def)
Ethics (def)
Bioethics (def)
Morality (def)
Publicly profess expertise and committment to a particular area
Science of morals in human conflict
an academic discipline applied to medicine and all life sci…
Having to do with right and wrong, culturally different
Professionalism (def)
Publicly profess expertise and committment to a particular area
Ethics (def)
Science of morals in human conflict
98 terms
Pharm SGU
Antihypertensive drugs
Benzodiazepines act on which receptor?…
Explain if the M/H gates are open or c…
Explain the MOA of local anesthetics?…
Beta Blockers: Propranolol, Pindolol ... ACE Inhibitors: Captop…
Benzodiazepines binds to accessory site on Cl- channel ... 1. In…
inactivated = M open, H closed ... activated = M open, H open ... r…
Lidocaine - Prolongs inactivated state of VG Na channels ... 1.…
Antihypertensive drugs
Beta Blockers: Propranolol, Pindolol ... ACE Inhibitors: Captop…
Benzodiazepines act on which receptor?…
Benzodiazepines binds to accessory site on Cl- channel ... 1. In…
73 terms
SGU Bioethics
Professionalism (def)
Ethics (def)
Bioethics (def)
Morality (def)
Publicly profess expertise and committment to a particular area
Science of morals in human conflict
Application of ethics to medicine and all life sciences
Having to do with right and wrong, culturally different
Professionalism (def)
Publicly profess expertise and committment to a particular area
Ethics (def)
Science of morals in human conflict
192 terms
Genetics - SGU
Polymorphism
Locus vs allele
Recurrence risk
Proband
Multiple forms (alleles) of a gene in population (>1% of popu…
Locus = location of a gene ... Allele = one of the alternative f…
Probability that the offspring of a couple will express the g…
Affected individual in the family who gains the attention of…
Polymorphism
Multiple forms (alleles) of a gene in population (>1% of popu…
Locus vs allele
Locus = location of a gene ... Allele = one of the alternative f…
317 terms
SGU Nutrition
List the main three types of malnutrit…
List some key variables which influenc…
What adaptive responses based on nutri…
What variable, present at a higher rat…
Undernutrition... Specific Deficiencies... Overwight/Obesity
Stage of development... Level of inflammatory stress... Previous nu…
Immune system... Antioxidant defences... Detoxification systems
Rate of whole body protein synthesis
List the main three types of malnutrit…
Undernutrition... Specific Deficiencies... Overwight/Obesity
List some key variables which influenc…
Stage of development... Level of inflammatory stress... Previous nu…
192 terms
Genetics - SGU
Polymorphism
Locus vs allele
Recurrence risk
Proband
Multiple forms (alleles) of a gene in population (>1% of popu…
Locus = location of a gene ... Allele = one of the alternative f…
Probability that the offspring of a couple will express the g…
Affected individual in the family who gains the attention of…
Polymorphism
Multiple forms (alleles) of a gene in population (>1% of popu…
Locus vs allele
Locus = location of a gene ... Allele = one of the alternative f…
254 terms
SGU Immunology
IL-1 and TNF play an important role in…
IL-1 and TNF activate the secretion of…
IL-1 and TNF activate the secretion of…
IL-1 and TNF cause endothelial cells t…
Inflammation
IL-1, IL-6, IL-12, and TNF
IL-8 and MCP-1
ICAM-1, VCAM-1 and E-Selectin
IL-1 and TNF play an important role in…
Inflammation
IL-1 and TNF activate the secretion of…
IL-1, IL-6, IL-12, and TNF
62 terms
SGU Epithelium
Definition of Epithelium
What are the 3 principal characteristi…
What are the functions of epithelium?
What is a pyramidal cell?
1. Avascular... 2. Cover exterior body surfaces and line intern…
1. Cell junctions... 2. Polarity... 3. Basement Membrane
1. Secretion ... 2. Absorption ... 3. Transportation... 4. Mechanical…
It is a type of epithelium.... Some exocrine glands the cells a…
Definition of Epithelium
1. Avascular... 2. Cover exterior body surfaces and line intern…
What are the 3 principal characteristi…
1. Cell junctions... 2. Polarity... 3. Basement Membrane
163 terms
SGU Biostatistics
Sample mean X
Population mean μ
Statistical Inference
Aspects of a good study
Mean of a sample of a population that is meant to represent t…
Mean of an entire population
Making inferences about the characteristics of the population…
Comparison Group ... Randomized... Placebo Controls ... Double Blind
Sample mean X
Mean of a sample of a population that is meant to represent t…
Population mean μ
Mean of an entire population
163 terms
SGU Biostatistics
Sample mean X
Population mean μ
Statistical Inference
Aspects of a good study
Mean of a sample of a population that is meant to represent t…
Mean of an entire population
Making inferences about the characteristics of the population…
Comparison Group ... Randomized... Placebo Controls ... Double Blind
Sample mean X
Mean of a sample of a population that is meant to represent t…
Population mean μ
Mean of an entire population
132 terms
SGU Biostatistics
P-value
Types of data* (4)
What kind of test are used to compare…
What kind of tests are used to compare…
The probability level which forms basis for deciding if resul…
Fischer's exact test ... Chi-square test
2 sample t-test... Wilcoxon Rank Sum (nonparametric) Test
P-value
The probability level which forms basis for deciding if resul…
Types of data* (4)
37 terms
SGU Path Pulmonary -LG
Emphysema (no fibrosis)
Chronic Bronchitis
Bronchial Asthma
Bronchiectasis
Buzzword: Pink Puffers, skinny barrel chested, flattened dom…
Buzz: Blue Bloaters, Cough >3mo in >2consecutive yrs, tram tr…
Buzz: Curschmann spirals & Charcot Layden crystals, Non atop…
Buzz: Tram Track pleural lining (high res CT)... R:... Cystic Fi…
Emphysema (no fibrosis)
Buzzword: Pink Puffers, skinny barrel chested, flattened dom…
Chronic Bronchitis
Buzz: Blue Bloaters, Cough >3mo in >2consecutive yrs, tram tr…
301 terms
SGU Path Heme
In the bone marrow erythroid precursor…
120 days; destroyed in the spleen
They carry oxygen on their hemoglobin…
Hemoglobin
Describe the production and life cycle of a RBC.
What is the average life span of a RBC and where is it destro…
What is the function of RBCs and how do they carry out this f…
What is the main protein found within RBCs?
In the bone marrow erythroid precursor…
Describe the production and life cycle of a RBC.
120 days; destroyed in the spleen
What is the average life span of a RBC and where is it destro…
SGU Final
Cosmic Address
What type of galaxy is Milkyway?
What are the 4 fundamental forces?
Gravity
Earth, Milkyway, Local Group, Virgo Super Cluster Group, Obse…
Spiral galaxy
Weak, strong, electromagnetic, gravity
Anything that has mass
Cosmic Address
Earth, Milkyway, Local Group, Virgo Super Cluster Group, Obse…
What type of galaxy is Milkyway?
Spiral galaxy
41 terms
Parasitology SGU
Trypanosoma cruzi... 1. Host... 2. Int. Hos…
T. b. gambiense (Gambia west) and rhod…
Leishmania spp... 1. Host... 2. Int. Host... 3…
Trichomonas vaginalis... 1. Host... 2. Int.…
1.(Wild) Armadillo, Opossum, Agouti, Rodents (Domestic) Human…
...
...
...
Trypanosoma cruzi... 1. Host... 2. Int. Hos…
1.(Wild) Armadillo, Opossum, Agouti, Rodents (Domestic) Human…
T. b. gambiense (Gambia west) and rhod…
...
141 terms
SGU Bioethics
Define Bioethics
Define Ethics
Define Morality
Define Professionalism
application of the science of morals in human conflicts to me…
a science of morals in human conduct
1. ability to distinguish between right and wrong. ... 2. reflec…
A way of acting that publicy professes expertise and commitme…
Define Bioethics
application of the science of morals in human conflicts to me…
Define Ethics
a science of morals in human conduct
SGU Heme
Burkitts
Hodgkin
Hairy cell
CLL
CD10, 19, 20
Classical: CD15, 30... Variant: CD20, 45
CD10, 19, 20, 25, 11C, 103
CD10, 19, 20... CD5, 23, 43
Burkitts
CD10, 19, 20
Hodgkin
Classical: CD15, 30... Variant: CD20, 45
18 terms
HWL SGU
Direct Objects
Indirect Objects
Transative Verbs
intransative verbs
nouns/pronouns that are receiving the transative verb or acti…
prepositional phrases receiving the direct objects (object fo…
actiion verb expressing a doable activity. must have direct o…
action verb expressing doable activity. Will not have direct…
Direct Objects
nouns/pronouns that are receiving the transative verb or acti…
Indirect Objects
prepositional phrases receiving the direct objects (object fo…
78 terms
SGU Genetics
Achondroplasia
Retinoblastoma
Myotonic Dystrophy
Marfan Syndrome
Autosomal Dominant, FGFR3 gene, prone to germline mosaicism (…
Autosomal Dominant, 90% Penetrance
Autosomal Dominant, variable expression, triplet repeat expan…
Autosomal Dominant, variable expression, pleiotropy as well
Achondroplasia
Autosomal Dominant, FGFR3 gene, prone to germline mosaicism (…
Retinoblastoma
Autosomal Dominant, 90% Penetrance
78 terms
SGU Genetics
Achondroplasia
Retinoblastoma
Myotonic Dystrophy
Marfan Syndrome
Autosomal Dominant, FGFR3 gene, prone to germline mosaicism (…
Autosomal Dominant, 90% Penetrance
Autosomal Dominant, variable expression, triplet repeat expan…
Autosomal Dominant, variable expression, pleiotropy as well
Achondroplasia
Autosomal Dominant, FGFR3 gene, prone to germline mosaicism (…
Retinoblastoma
Autosomal Dominant, 90% Penetrance
78 terms
SGU Genetics
Achondroplasia
Retinoblastoma
Myotonic Dystrophy
Marfan Syndrome
Autosomal Dominant, FGFR3 gene, prone to germline mosaicism (…
Autosomal Dominant, 90% Penetrance
Autosomal Dominant, variable expression, triplet repeat expan…
Autosomal Dominant, variable expression, pleiotropy as well
Achondroplasia
Autosomal Dominant, FGFR3 gene, prone to germline mosaicism (…
Retinoblastoma
Autosomal Dominant, 90% Penetrance
22 terms
SGU Parasitology
American Trypanosomiasis
African Trypanosomiasis
Leishmaniasis
Trichomonas vaginalis
-Chagas' disease... -T. cruzi... -T. rangeli (apathogenic) ... -Vector…
-Sleeping sickness... -T.b. rhodesiense... -T.b. gambiense... -Reservo…
-L. donovani... -L. major... -L. tropica (oriental sore) ... -L. brazi…
-NO VECTOR... -Trophozoites (look like fat, enlarged sperm)... -Mal…
American Trypanosomiasis
-Chagas' disease... -T. cruzi... -T. rangeli (apathogenic) ... -Vector…
African Trypanosomiasis
-Sleeping sickness... -T.b. rhodesiense... -T.b. gambiense... -Reservo…
SGU Bioethics
Professionalism (def)
Ethics (def)
Bioethics (def)
Morality (def)
Publicly profess expertise and committment to a particular area
Science of morals in human conflict
Application of ethics to medicine and all life sciences
Having to do with right and wrong, culturally different
Professionalism (def)
Publicly profess expertise and committment to a particular area
Ethics (def)
Science of morals in human conflict
100 terms
Immunology SGU
foreign compound that evokes an immune…
molecule that can trigger a specific i…
what is the hierarchy of immunogenicit…
portion of the antigen that interacts…
antigen
immunogen
proteins > polysaccharides > nucleic acids > lipids
epitope
foreign compound that evokes an immune…
antigen
molecule that can trigger a specific i…
immunogen
SGU Pharm Gout
NSAIDS
Colchicine
Glucocorticoids
Allopurinol
First line for acute goust. INDOMETHACIN is most popular.…
Blocks cell division by disrupting mitotic spindle. Binds to…
Anti-inflammatory immunosupressive effects. Injected into inf…
Purine Analog which inhibits Xanthine Oxidase and facilitates…
NSAIDS
First line for acute goust. INDOMETHACIN is most popular.…
Colchicine
Blocks cell division by disrupting mitotic spindle. Binds to…
16 terms
SGU Pharm Uterus
Dinoprostone, Misoprostol
Dinoprostone
Misoprostol
Oxytocin
Prostaglandins that help to ripen the cervix and induce unter…
Synthetic PGE2 available as a vaginal insert or gel.
PGE1 analogue. Intravaginally, orally, or sublingually. Labor…
Labor and contraction inducer and preferred when the cervix i…
Dinoprostone, Misoprostol
Prostaglandins that help to ripen the cervix and induce unter…
Dinoprostone
Synthetic PGE2 available as a vaginal insert or gel.
18 terms
SGU Pharm NSAIDs
NSAIDs
COX
Indomethacin
Niacin
Antipyretic (PGE2 ), Analgesic (PGE2), and Anti-Inflammatory…
COX 1= constitutive enzyme involved in homeostasis... COX 2= do…
Treat acute GOUT. Never use Aspirin ( inhibits urate excretio…
Helps lower cholesterol. Can induce flushing (increased PGD2)…
NSAIDs
Antipyretic (PGE2 ), Analgesic (PGE2), and Anti-Inflammatory…
COX
COX 1= constitutive enzyme involved in homeostasis... COX 2= do…
24 terms
SGU Pharm Contraceptives
Norethindrone, Norgestrel Levonorgestel
Desorgestrel, Norgestimate, Drospirenone
Ethinyl Estradiol, Menstranol
Biphastic and Triphastic preparation
Progestins (combined oral contraceptives)... - Levenorgestel and…
Progestins (combined oral contraceptives)... Desogestrel and Nor…
Estrogens (combined oral contraceptives)... -35micrograms or less
Oral Contraceptives w/ varrying amounts of hormones to mimic…
Norethindrone, Norgestrel Levonorgestel
Progestins (combined oral contraceptives)... - Levenorgestel and…
Desorgestrel, Norgestimate, Drospirenone
Progestins (combined oral contraceptives)... Desogestrel and Nor…
22 terms
SGU Pharm Antianginal
Angina
Nitrates
Nitrates MOA
Nitrates Clinical
Causes:... 1) Vasopasm, fixed stenosis, thrombus = decreased cor…
Isosbride Dinitrate, Isosrbide mononitrate, Nitroglycerin, So…
Mimic action of NO. Rapid reduction in myocardial O2 demand (…
Variant Angina (stable and unstable)... IV Nitroglycerin = unsta…
Angina
Causes:... 1) Vasopasm, fixed stenosis, thrombus = decreased cor…
Nitrates
Isosbride Dinitrate, Isosrbide mononitrate, Nitroglycerin, So…
62 terms
SGU Epithelium
Definition of Epithelium
What are the 3 principal characteristi…
What are the functions of epithelium?
What is a pyramidal cell?
1. Avascular... 2. Cover exterior body surfaces and line intern…
1. Cell junctions... 2. Polarity... 3. Basement Membrane
1. Secretion ... 2. Absorption ... 3. Transportation... 4. Mechanical…
It is a type of epithelium.... Some exocrine glands the cells a…
Definition of Epithelium
1. Avascular... 2. Cover exterior body surfaces and line intern…
What are the 3 principal characteristi…
1. Cell junctions... 2. Polarity... 3. Basement Membrane
18 terms
SGU Pharm DRARDs
Mathotrexate
Methotrexate AE:
Leflunomide
Hydrochloroquine
Inhibits *aminoimidazolecarboxamide ribonucleotide tranformyl…
Nausea, Mucosal Ulcers, Hepatotoxicity. Toxicity reduced with…
Inhibits Dihydroorotate Dehydrogenase which decreased UMP.…
Anti-inflammatory agent used w/ methotrexate and sulfasalazin…
Mathotrexate
Inhibits *aminoimidazolecarboxamide ribonucleotide tranformyl…
Methotrexate AE:
Nausea, Mucosal Ulcers, Hepatotoxicity. Toxicity reduced with…
346 terms
SGU Physiology Kidney
PH
pH of purified water
If [H3O+] = 10^-7 gram per 18 gram H2O…
Urine pH
the negative logarythm of the concentration of H+ ions (=[H3O…
7
7
4.6-8.0
PH
the negative logarythm of the concentration of H+ ions (=[H3O…
pH of purified water
7
47 terms
SGU Pharm Antihypertensives
Normal BP
Prehypertensive
Stage 1 hypertensive
Stage 2 hypertensive
120 / 80
120-139 / 80-89
140-159 / 90-99... controlled with single drug
160 and up / 100 and up... requires multiple drugs
Normal BP
120 / 80
Prehypertensive
120-139 / 80-89
36 terms
SGU Physiology drugs
Botulinum Toxin ... *Vesicle Fusion Block…
Edrophonium ... *Reversible Acetylcholine…
Nesotigmine ... *Reversible Acetylcholine…
Physotigmine... *Reversible Acetylcholine…
Effects: degrades synapotobrevin (SNARE proteins) so vesicl…
Effects: results in high amounts of Ach ... Side Effects: bradyc…
Effects: results in high amounts of Ach/ *reverse neuromuscul…
Effects: results in high amounts of Ach/ reverse neuromuscula…
Botulinum Toxin ... *Vesicle Fusion Block…
Effects: degrades synapotobrevin (SNARE proteins) so vesicl…
Edrophonium ... *Reversible Acetylcholine…
Effects: results in high amounts of Ach ... Side Effects: bradyc…
60 terms
SGU Pharm Antiarrhythmic Drugs
Cardiac AP: Phase 0
Cardiac AP: Phase 1
Cardiac AP: Phase 2
Cardiac AP: Phase 3
Na+ surge (fast upstroke) that ends when Na channels are inac…
Partial Repolarization. Na+ channels are inactivated and K+ c…
Plateau. Voltage sensitive Ca+ channels open. This slows inwa…
Repolarization. Voltage gated Ca+ channels close. Outward (po…
Cardiac AP: Phase 0
Na+ surge (fast upstroke) that ends when Na channels are inac…
Cardiac AP: Phase 1
Partial Repolarization. Na+ channels are inactivated and K+ c…
12 terms
SGU Pharm Pharmacogenomics
Pharmacokinetic variation
Pharmacodynamic variation
Butyrulcholinesterase Polymorphism
N-acetyltranferase Polymorphism (NAT2)
variation in proteins involved in drug metabolism
variation in drug targets
Defect in BCHE gene (AR)... Succinylcholine is not metabolized i…
The enzyme catalyzes acetylation is isoniazid.... Slow Acetylato…
Pharmacokinetic variation
variation in proteins involved in drug metabolism
Pharmacodynamic variation
variation in drug targets
23 terms
SGU Pharm Diuretics
Diuretics
Furosemide / Torsemide
Loop Diuretics
Loop Diuretics
Inhibit renal ion transporters. Decrease Na+ reaboption.... -Man…
Loop Diuretics
"High Ceiling" - high Efficacy in removing Na+ / Cl- from bod…
Act on ASCENDING LOOP of Henle... Block NKCC2 (Na+/Cl-/K+ cotran…
Diuretics
Inhibit renal ion transporters. Decrease Na+ reaboption.... -Man…
Furosemide / Torsemide
Loop Diuretics
48 terms
SGU Pharm GI drugs
Magnesium Hydroxide, Aluminum Hydroxid…
Magnesium Hydroxide
Aluminum Hydroxide
Calcium Carbonate
Gastric Antacid. Weak bases to react with HCL to make salt an…
Gastric Antacid. Produce Mg Salt. This si poorly absorbed and…
Gastric Antacid. Forms Aluminum Chloride which is insoluable…
Gastric Antacid. Can cause HYPERcalcemia, NEPHROLITHIASIS, an…
Magnesium Hydroxide, Aluminum Hydroxid…
Gastric Antacid. Weak bases to react with HCL to make salt an…
Magnesium Hydroxide
Gastric Antacid. Produce Mg Salt. This si poorly absorbed and…
15 terms
SGU Pharm Anemias
Oral Iron
Oral Iron AE
Parenteral Iron
Iron dextran, Sodium feric gluconate,…
Corrects iron def. as effectively as parenternal. Ferrous sal…
Nausea, Epigastric discomfort, abdominal cramps, constipation…
Reserved for those unable to tolerate oral iron and w. chroni…
Perenteral Iron.
Oral Iron
Corrects iron def. as effectively as parenternal. Ferrous sal…
Oral Iron AE
Nausea, Epigastric discomfort, abdominal cramps, constipation…
116 terms
SGU HISTOLOGY WEEK 2
What is blood? general
Formed elements of blood
What is hematapoesis?
Hematapoesis - what are the 3 phases?
Specialized CT, free flowing plasma w/ no fibers. ... Made up o…
Erythrocytes... Leukocytes... Thrombocytes
How formed elements of the blood are produced.
Yolk Sac: 1st trimester - "blood islands" - 3rd week of gesta…
What is blood? general
Specialized CT, free flowing plasma w/ no fibers. ... Made up o…
Formed elements of blood
Erythrocytes... Leukocytes... Thrombocytes
351 terms
SGU Parasitology S'15
Disability Adjusted Life Year - it is…
A condition in which the hemoglobin co…
Diarrhea causes what acute and chronic…
What is the prepatent period (PPP)?
What does DALY stand for and how is it calculated?
Define anemia
Acute - dehydration... Chronic - malabsorption
The prepatent period is the period of time from patient expos…
Disability Adjusted Life Year - it is…
What does DALY stand for and how is it calculated?
A condition in which the hemoglobin co…
Define anemia
254 terms
SGU Microbiology RTIs
pharyngitis
Cough
Adenovirus:... # of serotypes:
Adenovirus:... Who can you isolate the vi…
most commons cause in children 4-7 is strep pyogenes. adenovi…
LRT infection, dry = bronchitis, bronchiolitis (usually child…
153 and counting
Both healthy and sick
pharyngitis
most commons cause in children 4-7 is strep pyogenes. adenovi…
Cough
LRT infection, dry = bronchitis, bronchiolitis (usually child…
37 terms
SGU Pharm Coagulation
Asprin
Clopidogrel, Ticlopidine
Clopidogrel
Dipyridamole
Cox Inhibitors (irreversible acetylation)... Blocks TXA2 synthes…
ADP receptor blockers ( Clopidogrel is preferred)... Irreversibl…
ADP receptor blocker... Reduce MI, stroke, and death in patients…
Phosphodiesterase inhibitor... Coronary vasodilator. Prophylaxis…
Asprin
Cox Inhibitors (irreversible acetylation)... Blocks TXA2 synthes…
Clopidogrel, Ticlopidine
ADP receptor blockers ( Clopidogrel is preferred)... Irreversibl…
80 terms
SGU Anatomy Abdomen
peritoneal cavity
abdominal wall's role in breathing
mesentary
peritoneum
chamber enclosed by the abdominal wall contains a single larg…
relaxes during inspiration to accomodate expansion of the tho…
folds of peritoneum make up mesentaries
epithelial like single layer of cells together with a support…
peritoneal cavity
chamber enclosed by the abdominal wall contains a single larg…
abdominal wall's role in breathing
relaxes during inspiration to accomodate expansion of the tho…
21 terms
SGU Pharm Antihyperlipidemics
LDL and CHD relationship
Most common Primary hyperlipidemias
HMG - CoA Reductase Inhibitors
Rosuvastatin
decrease 30mg/dl in LDL = decrease 30% chance of CHD
1) Type 2B combined hyperlipidemia = increase LDL and VLDL (o…
"STATINS" (lipitor)... - analogs of 3-OH-3- methylglutarate (HMG…
Most potent statin in lowering LDL
LDL and CHD relationship
decrease 30mg/dl in LDL = decrease 30% chance of CHD
Most common Primary hyperlipidemias
1) Type 2B combined hyperlipidemia = increase LDL and VLDL (o…
58 terms
Anatomy SGU 1
Axial Skeleton
Appendicular Skeleton
Skeleton
Exoskeleton
comprises the vertebral column, ribs, sternum and skull
includes bones of the limbs
The framework of hard structures which supports and protects…
Hoof; horn
Axial Skeleton
comprises the vertebral column, ribs, sternum and skull
Appendicular Skeleton
includes bones of the limbs
15 terms
SGU Pharm Hypertensive Crisis
Hypertensive Crisis
Hypertensive Emergency
Hypertensive Urgency
Hypertensive Emergency Mangement
severe, acute elevations in BP ... Diastolic greater than 120mmH…
Severe hypertension w/ signs of damage to target organs (brai…
Very high BP w/out target organ damage... - immediate BP reducti…
1) Lower BP by 25% (1min - 1hr)... - goal = 100-110 DBP... 2) if s…
Hypertensive Crisis
severe, acute elevations in BP ... Diastolic greater than 120mmH…
Hypertensive Emergency
Severe hypertension w/ signs of damage to target organs (brai…
SGU Pharm Pharmacokinetics
P450 inducers
What do P450 inducers cause what?
P450 inhibitors
P450 inhibitors cause what?
*Ken Rides Shotgun in Barbie's Girl Car & Mommy drinks Alcoho…
Increased drug metabolism = decreased drug concentration
CRACK AMIGOS... Cimetidine, Ritonavir, Amiodarone, Ciprofloxac…
Decreased drug metabolism = increased drug concentration... Toxi…
P450 inducers
*Ken Rides Shotgun in Barbie's Girl Car & Mommy drinks Alcoho…
What do P450 inducers cause what?
Increased drug metabolism = decreased drug concentration
93 terms
SGU Virology Set 1
Which is smaller....virus or microbe?
True/False: Viruses are non-soluble pa…
In 1940, the electron microscope allow…
True/False: Viruses can be visualized…
virus
True
about 2nm... **note: viruses range from 17-250nm
False
Which is smaller....virus or microbe?
virus
True/False: Viruses are non-soluble pa…
True
36 terms
SGU Physiology drugs
Botulinum Toxin ... *Vesicle Fusion Block…
Edrophonium ... *Reversible Acetylcholine…
Nesotigmine ... *Reversible Acetylcholine…
Physotigmine... *Reversible Acetylcholine…
Effects: degrades synapotobrevin (SNARE proteins) so vesicl…
Effects: results in high amounts of Ach ... Side Effects: bradyc…
Effects: results in high amounts of Ach/ *reverse neuromuscul…
Effects: results in high amounts of Ach/ reverse neuromuscula…
Botulinum Toxin ... *Vesicle Fusion Block…
Effects: degrades synapotobrevin (SNARE proteins) so vesicl…
Edrophonium ... *Reversible Acetylcholine…
Effects: results in high amounts of Ach ... Side Effects: bradyc…
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