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Understanding Pharmacology
Uncommon Seizure Causes
Epilepsy
Tonic-Clonic Seizure
Absence Seizure
-Head Injury... -Tumor on Brain... -Drugs... -Stroke
-Chronic recurrent seizure disorder
"Grand-mal"... -Lasts 2-5 minutes... -Stiffening or rigidity of arm…
"Petit-mal"... -Characterized by no blinking &staring off into s…
Uncommon Seizure Causes
-Head Injury... -Tumor on Brain... -Drugs... -Stroke
Epilepsy
-Chronic recurrent seizure disorder
Understanding Pharmacology PART1
Anterior Chamber
Anterior Segment
Posterior Chamber
Posterior Segment
-Part of the Anterior Eye Segment that extends from the iris…
-The front of the eye that extends from the lens to the corne…
The part of the anterior segment of the eye between the lens…
-The entire back part of the eye from the lens to the area of…
Anterior Chamber
-Part of the Anterior Eye Segment that extends from the iris…
Anterior Segment
-The front of the eye that extends from the lens to the corne…
78 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Chapter 1
Absorption
Agonist
Antagonist
Bioavailability
Movement of a drug from the outside of the body into the bloo…
An extrinsic drug that activates the receptor site of a cell…
An extrinsic drug that blocks the receptor site of a cell, pr…
The percentage of a drug dose that actually reaches the blood.
Absorption
Movement of a drug from the outside of the body into the bloo…
Agonist
An extrinsic drug that activates the receptor site of a cell…
27 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Ch 1
Drug
Medication
Drug Therapy
Intrinsic Drugs
Any small molecule that changes a body function by working at…
Substances that are used to treat health problems
A plan to prevent or improve a health problem
The chemical the body makes... Ex: Insulin made by the pancreas
Drug
Any small molecule that changes a body function by working at…
Medication
Substances that are used to treat health problems
Understanding Pharmacology Chapter 1
Absorption
Agonist
Antagonist
Bioavailability
Movement of a drug from the outside of the body into the bloo…
An extrinsic drug that activates the receptor site of a cell…
An extrinsic drug that blocks the receptor site of a cell, pr…
The percentage of a drug dose that actually reaches the blood.
Absorption
Movement of a drug from the outside of the body into the bloo…
Agonist
An extrinsic drug that activates the receptor site of a cell…
51 terms
Pharmacology Terms & Understanding
pharmacology
chemical name
generic, nonproprietary name
17 years
study of the origin, characteristics, and effects of drugs
describes the chemical formula or molecular structure of a pa…
shorter name that is recognized and accepted as the official…
how long does a pharmaceutical company have exclusive rights…
pharmacology
study of the origin, characteristics, and effects of drugs
chemical name
describes the chemical formula or molecular structure of a pa…
16 terms
Pharmacology: Understanding Drug Label
Chemical Name
Brand Name
Generic name
Dosage Strength
Not indicated in the drug label
- Manufacture's name for a drug... - Set in large type and boldl…
- Established, nonproprietary name... - a.k.a official name... - Ap…
Weigh or amount of drug provides in a specific unit of measur…
Chemical Name
Not indicated in the drug label
Brand Name
- Manufacture's name for a drug... - Set in large type and boldl…
68 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Ch: 2
What are the six rights of safe drug a…
If a patient does not have a wrist ban…
What should the nurse also check befor…
You should contact the prescriber when…
1. Right patient.... 2. Right drug.... 3. Right dose.... 4. Right rout…
Have one made for the patient.
The MAR.
Unclear, higher or lower than expected.
What are the six rights of safe drug a…
1. Right patient.... 2. Right drug.... 3. Right dose.... 4. Right rout…
If a patient does not have a wrist ban…
Have one made for the patient.
Understanding Pharmacology: Module 4
Anticholinergic bronchodilator drugs b…
Corticosteroid drugs reduce the inflam…
Nicotine antagonist drugs bind to nico…
Treatment of tuberculosis is accomplis…
True
True
True
True
Anticholinergic bronchodilator drugs b…
True
Corticosteroid drugs reduce the inflam…
True
Understanding Pharmacology-Module 5
Urinary tract drugs are used to:
Diuretic Drugs act to:
diuretic drugs are useful in the treat…
Categories of diuretic drugs
treat diseases of the kidneys, bladder, urinary tract, and so…
-keep sodium and potassium from being reabsorbed from the tub…
-of hypertension and in treating the edema associated with co…
thiazide diuretic drugs, loop diuretic drugs, and potassium-s…
Urinary tract drugs are used to:
treat diseases of the kidneys, bladder, urinary tract, and so…
Diuretic Drugs act to:
-keep sodium and potassium from being reabsorbed from the tub…
12 terms
UNDERSTANDING THE BASICS OF PHARMACOLOGY
Pharmacology
Drugs
a pharmacist,
Pharmacologists,
is the study of the uses and effects of drugs on the body.
are substances that change physiological processes within the…
dispenses pharmaceuticals at a pharmacy.
are scientists who study all aspects of drugs—their origins,…
Pharmacology
is the study of the uses and effects of drugs on the body.
Drugs
are substances that change physiological processes within the…
35 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Turley Chapter 15
phenytoin
ethosuximide
diazepam
clorazepate
Dilantin, hydantoin drug for epilepsy, decrease electrical im…
Zarontin, succinimide drug for epilepsy, for absence seizures…
Valium, benzodiazepine drug for epilepsy, anticonvulsant, for…
Tranxene T-tab, benzodiazepine drug for epilepsy, anticonvuls…
phenytoin
Dilantin, hydantoin drug for epilepsy, decrease electrical im…
ethosuximide
Zarontin, succinimide drug for epilepsy, for absence seizures…
8 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Turley Chapter 8
aluminum hydroxide
magnesium hydroxide
calcium carbonate
sodium bicarbonate
AlternaGEL, Ampojel, antacid drug for GERD
Dulcolax, MOM, antacid drug for GERD
Tums, antacid drug for GERD
Alka-Seltzer, antacid drug for GERD
aluminum hydroxide
AlternaGEL, Ampojel, antacid drug for GERD
magnesium hydroxide
Dulcolax, MOM, antacid drug for GERD
47 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Turley Chapter 13
drospirenone
estradiol
estrogen
drospirenone + ethinyl estradiol
Oral contraceptive, progestins group, FDA warning of 75% incr…
Climara (rungs of a ladder), Estraderm, Vivelle, primary fema…
Oral contraceptive, with progestin suppresses FSH and LH, ser…
YAZ, monophasic oral contraceptive, FDA approved for premenst…
drospirenone
Oral contraceptive, progestins group, FDA warning of 75% incr…
estradiol
Climara (rungs of a ladder), Estraderm, Vivelle, primary fema…
35 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Turley Chapter 18
erythromycin
silver nitrate
tobramycin
ciprofloxacin
Topical antibiotic drug for bacterial eye infections, ointmen…
Topical antibiotic drug for bacterial eye infections, solutio…
AKTob, Tobrex, topical antibiotic drug for bacterial eye infe…
Ciloxan (topical), Cipro (oral), topical antibiotic drug also…
erythromycin
Topical antibiotic drug for bacterial eye infections, ointmen…
silver nitrate
Topical antibiotic drug for bacterial eye infections, solutio…
58 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Turley Chapter 11
* doxazosin
prazosin
terazosin
* acebutolol
Cardura, alpha-1 blocker, blood vessel dilation, HTN
Minipress, alpha-1 blocker, blood vessel dilation, HTN
Hytrin, alpha-1 blocker, blood vessel dilation, HTN
Sectrol, cardioselective beta-blocker in myocardium, decrease…
* doxazosin
Cardura, alpha-1 blocker, blood vessel dilation, HTN
prazosin
Minipress, alpha-1 blocker, blood vessel dilation, HTN
49 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Turley Chapter 7
chlorothiazide
* hydrochlorothiazide(HCTZ)
indapamide
methylclothiazide
Diuril, thiazide diuretic
HydroDIURIL, Macrozide
Lozol, thiazide diuretic
Enduron, thiazide diuretic
chlorothiazide
Diuril, thiazide diuretic
* hydrochlorothiazide(HCTZ)
HydroDIURIL, Macrozide
Understanding Pharmacology Chapter 10 Review
Describe the three categories of bronc…
Corticosteroid drugs can be inhaled to…
Describe how these inhaler devices are…
What condition is a mast cell stabiliz…
Sympathomimetic bronchodilator drugs stimulate beta2 receptor…
False
MDI is an L-shaped device. The top of the device holds a smal…
Mast cell stabilizer treats asthma (attacks). It stabilizes t…
Describe the three categories of bronc…
Sympathomimetic bronchodilator drugs stimulate beta2 receptor…
Corticosteroid drugs can be inhaled to…
False
36 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Turley Chapter 10
* albuterol
* levalbuterol
aminophylline
dyphylline
Proventil HFA, Ventolin HFA, Beta-agonist bronchodilator, res…
Xopenex, Beta-agonist bronchodilator, metered dose inhaler(MD…
generic xanthine bronchodilator drug
Lufyllin, xanthine bronchdilator
* albuterol
Proventil HFA, Ventolin HFA, Beta-agonist bronchodilator, res…
* levalbuterol
Xopenex, Beta-agonist bronchodilator, metered dose inhaler(MD…
Understanding Pharmacology: Chapters 1-27
The chemicals the body makes are calle…
Drugs that are made outside of the bod…
The study of drugs & how they work is…
The lowest or minimal blood drug level…
Intrinsic Drugs (Insulin by the pancreas)
Extrinsic Drugs
Pharmacology
trough
The chemicals the body makes are calle…
Intrinsic Drugs (Insulin by the pancreas)
Drugs that are made outside of the bod…
Extrinsic Drugs
Understanding Pharmacology Chapter 10 Review
Describe the three categories of bronc…
Corticosteroid drugs can be inhaled to…
Describe how these inhaler devices are…
What condition is a mast cell stabiliz…
Sympathomimetic bronchodilator drugs stimulate beta2 receptor…
False
MDI is an L-shaped device. The top of the device holds a smal…
Mast cell stabilizer treats asthma (attacks). It stabilizes t…
Describe the three categories of bronc…
Sympathomimetic bronchodilator drugs stimulate beta2 receptor…
Corticosteroid drugs can be inhaled to…
False
Mental Health Understanding....(Pharmacology)
Tricyclic Anti-depressants
SSRI's
MAOI's
Atypical Anti-depressants
Amitriptyline (Elavil) ... Imipriamine (Tofranil)... Doxepin (Sineq…
Citalopram (Celexa)... Escitalopram (Lexapro)... fluoxetine (Prozac…
Phenelzine (Nardil)... Isocarboxazid (Marplan)
Bupropion
Tricyclic Anti-depressants
Amitriptyline (Elavil) ... Imipriamine (Tofranil)... Doxepin (Sineq…
SSRI's
Citalopram (Celexa)... Escitalopram (Lexapro)... fluoxetine (Prozac…
41 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Turley Chapter 16
alprazolam
diazepam
chlordiazepoxide
hydroxyzine
Xanax, benzodiazepine antianxiety drug for neurosis and anxie…
Valium, benzodiazepine antianxiety drug for neurosis and anxi…
Librium, benzodiazepine antianxiety drug, "minor" tranquilize…
Vistaril, other drug for neurosis and anxiety, antihistamine,…
alprazolam
Xanax, benzodiazepine antianxiety drug for neurosis and anxie…
diazepam
Valium, benzodiazepine antianxiety drug for neurosis and anxi…
51 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Turley Chapter 17
salicylic acid
clindamycin
benzoyl peroxide + erythromyocin
minocycline
Clearasil, Fostex, Stridex, topical keratolytic drug for acne…
Cleocin T, topical antibiotic for acne vulgaris, kill bacteri…
Benzamycin, combo drug for acne vulgaris, prescription only.
Minocin, oral antibiotic for acne vulgaris, kill deeper bacte…
salicylic acid
Clearasil, Fostex, Stridex, topical keratolytic drug for acne…
clindamycin
Cleocin T, topical antibiotic for acne vulgaris, kill bacteri…
43 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Turley Chapter 12
dalteparin
enoxaparin
tinzaparin
* warfarin
Fragmin, heparin drug
LoveNOX, heparin drug
Innohep, heparin drug
Coumadin, Jantoven, anticoagulant
dalteparin
Fragmin, heparin drug
enoxaparin
LoveNOX, heparin drug
43 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Turley Chapter 9
acetaminophen
aspirin
* magnesium salicylate
* diclofenac
Tylenol, analgesic drug, OA
Bayer, Ecotrin, acetylsalicylic acid(ASA), salicylate drug, OA
Doan's, salicylate drug
Cataflam, Voltaren, NSAID, topical skin gel, OA
acetaminophen
Tylenol, analgesic drug, OA
aspirin
Bayer, Ecotrin, acetylsalicylic acid(ASA), salicylate drug, OA
37 terms
Understanding Pharmacology Turley Chapter 14
insulin regular
insulin + protamine
insulin lispro
insulin aspart
Humulin R, Novolin R, used to treat diabetes, rapid acting, "…
Used to treat diabetes, NPH, neutral protamine Hagedorn.
Humalog, KwikPen, used to treat diabetes, rapid acting, struc…
Novolog, FlexPen, NovoPen Echo, used to treat diabetes, rapid…
insulin regular
Humulin R, Novolin R, used to treat diabetes, rapid acting, "…
insulin + protamine
Used to treat diabetes, NPH, neutral protamine Hagedorn.
Understanding Pharmacology: Chapters 1-27
The chemicals the body makes are calle…
Drugs that are made outside of the bod…
The study of drugs & how they work is…
The lowest or minimal blood drug level…
Intrinsic Drugs (Insulin by the pancreas)
Extrinsic Drugs
Pharmacology
trough
The chemicals the body makes are calle…
Intrinsic Drugs (Insulin by the pancreas)
Drugs that are made outside of the bod…
Extrinsic Drugs
48 terms
Understanding Pharmacology - CU2 - Generic/Class
lorazepam
clonazepam
chlordiazepoxide
diazepam
Benzodiazepines
Benzodiazepines
Benzodiazepines
Benzodiazepines
lorazepam
Benzodiazepines
clonazepam
Benzodiazepines
52 terms
Understanding Pharmacology - CU3 - Generic/Classification
amantadine
oseltamivir
valacyclovir
acyclovir
Antiviral
Antiviral
Antiviral
Antiviral
amantadine
Antiviral
oseltamivir
Antiviral
52 terms
Understanding Pharmacology - CU3 - Brand/Classification
Symmetrel
Tamiflu
Valtrex
Zovirax
Antiviral
Antiviral
Antiviral
Antiviral
Symmetrel
Antiviral
Tamiflu
Antiviral
48 terms
Understanding Pharmacology - CU2 - Brand/Generic
Ativan, Nu-Loraz
Klonopin
Librium
Valium, Vivol
lorazepam
clonazepam
chlordiazepoxide
diazepam
Ativan, Nu-Loraz
lorazepam
Klonopin
clonazepam
48 terms
Understanding Pharmacology - CU2 - Brand/Treats
Ativan, Nu-Loraz
Klonopin
Librium
Valium, Vivol
Anxiety
Anxiety
Anxiety
Anxiety
Ativan, Nu-Loraz
Anxiety
Klonopin
Anxiety
48 terms
Understanding Pharmacology - CU2 - Brand/Class
Ativan, Nu-Loraz
Klonopin
Librium
Valium, Vivol
Benzodiazepines
Benzodiazepines
Benzodiazepines
Benzodiazepines
Ativan, Nu-Loraz
Benzodiazepines
Klonopin
Benzodiazepines
Understanding Pharmacology for Health Professionals-Chapter 8
Proton pump inhibitor drugs can be use…
The suffix -tidine is common generic _…
Antacid drugs are weak_____________.
GERD is treated with _________.
heartburn and peptic ulcers.... H. pylori infections... GERD
H2 blocker
bases that exert a therapeutic effect by neutralizing hydroch…
proton pump inhibitor drugs and gastric stimulant drugs
Proton pump inhibitor drugs can be use…
heartburn and peptic ulcers.... H. pylori infections... GERD
The suffix -tidine is common generic _…
H2 blocker
52 terms
Understanding Pharmacology - CU3 - Brand/Generic
Symmetrel
Tamiflu
Valtrex
Zovirax
amantadine
oseltamivir
valacyclovir
acyclovir
Symmetrel
amantadine
Tamiflu
oseltamivir
52 terms
Understanding Pharmacology - CU3 - Brand/Treats
Symmetrel
Tamiflu
Valtrex
Zovirax
Virus
Virus
Virus
Virus
Symmetrel
Virus
Tamiflu
Virus
52 terms
Understanding Pharmacology - CU3 - Generic/Treats
amantadine
oseltamivir
valacyclovir
acyclovir
Virus
Virus
Virus
Virus
amantadine
Virus
oseltamivir
Virus
48 terms
Understanding Pharmacology - CU2 - Generic/Treats
lorazepam
clonazepam
chlordiazepoxide
diazepam
Anxiety
Anxiety
Anxiety
Anxiety
lorazepam
Anxiety
clonazepam
Anxiety
Understanding Pharmacology for Health Professionals - Chapter 1
Pharmacology
Molecular Pharmacology
Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacogenetics
the study of drugs and their interactions with living organis…
the study of the chemical structures of drugs and the effects…
the mechanisms of action by which drugs produce their effects…
how the genetic makeup of different people affects their resp…
Pharmacology
the study of drugs and their interactions with living organis…
Molecular Pharmacology
the study of the chemical structures of drugs and the effects…
23 terms
ch 2 key terms understanding pharmacology
buccal route
drug error
enteral route
intradermal route
application of a drug within the cheek or the cavity of the m…
any preventable event that may cause inappropriate drug use o…
...
injection of drugs within or between the layers of skin
buccal route
application of a drug within the cheek or the cavity of the m…
drug error
any preventable event that may cause inappropriate drug use o…
81 terms
Understanding Pharmacology: Drug Actions and Responses Chapter 1
Absorbtion
Adverse drug reaction (ADR) Adverse ef…
Agonist
Allergic response
Movement of a drug from the outside of the body into the bloo…
A drug effect that is more severe than expected and has the p…
An extrinsic drug that activates the receptor site of a cell…
Type of adverse effect in which the presence of the drug stim…
Absorbtion
Movement of a drug from the outside of the body into the bloo…
Adverse drug reaction (ADR) Adverse ef…
A drug effect that is more severe than expected and has the p…
Understanding Pharmacology for Health Professionals-Chapter 12
Hematologic drugs
Anticoagulant Drugs
Anticoagulant Drugs are used
Anticoagulant drugs are also used
are used to treat diseases of the blood.
Inhibit the action of clotting factors in the blood, or they…
to prevent a blood clot from forming in patients with arterio…
to provide anticoagulant during hemodialysis for patients in…
Hematologic drugs
are used to treat diseases of the blood.
Anticoagulant Drugs
Inhibit the action of clotting factors in the blood, or they…
Understanding Pharmacology for Health Professionals-Chapter 7
Diuretic drugs
The trade name of the drug furosemide is
Cranberries are effective against urin…
What do the trade name Kay Ciel, K-Dur…
keep sodium and potassium from being reabsorbed from the tubu…
Lasix
they increase the acidity of the urine. they suppress the gro…
They are potassium supplements.
Diuretic drugs
keep sodium and potassium from being reabsorbed from the tubu…
The trade name of the drug furosemide is
Lasix
Understanding Pharmacology for Health Professionals-Chapter 1-6
The word pharmacology comes from
Drugs have three medical uses.
The word pharmacodynamics is concerned…
Which of these ancient peoples practic…
the greek word pharmakon and the suffix meaning study of
to prevent disease.... to diagnose disease.... to treat symptoms, s…
how drugs produce their effects based on time and dose.
Native Americans of North American and Aztec Indians of Mexic…
The word pharmacology comes from
the greek word pharmakon and the suffix meaning study of
Drugs have three medical uses.
to prevent disease.... to diagnose disease.... to treat symptoms, s…
25 terms
Understanding Pharmacology for Health Professionals Ch. 15 & 16
Which of the following disorders can h…
Symmetrel is used to treat ___________…
When a patient develops a tolerance to…
An epileptic seizure originates in the…
Panic disorder
Parkinson's Disease
True
True
Which of the following disorders can h…
Panic disorder
Symmetrel is used to treat ___________…
Parkinson's Disease
134 terms
Understanding Addiction, Pharmacology of Drugs and Treatment Methods
Addiction Definition #1
Addiction Definition #2
Elements of Addiction
There is a Need for criteria b/c
Addiction is a BRAIN DISEASE shaped by behavioral and social…
Drug Addiction is associated with altered cortical activity a…
The Elements are: ... 1. COMPULSION and CRAVING... A. Biological (…
you need a standard in order to get insurance; remove judgmen…
Addiction Definition #1
Addiction is a BRAIN DISEASE shaped by behavioral and social…
Addiction Definition #2
Drug Addiction is associated with altered cortical activity a…
22 terms
Understanding Pharmacology: Ch. 7 Drugs for Pain and Sleep Problems
acute pain
addiction
analgesics
antihistamines
Pain that has a sudden onset, an identifiable cause, and a li…
The psychologic need or craving for the "high" feeling that r…
Drugs that provide pain relief by either changing the percept…
Drugs used to treat allergies and allergic reactions
acute pain
Pain that has a sudden onset, an identifiable cause, and a li…
addiction
The psychologic need or craving for the "high" feeling that r…
Understanding Pharmacology Chapter 2 (Safely Preparing and Giving Drugs)
Buccal Route
Drug Error
Enteral Route
Intradermal Route
Application of a drug within the check or the cavity of the m…
Any preventable event that may cause ainppropriate drug use o…
Delivery of drugs from the outside of the body to the inside…
Injection of drugs within or between the layers of the skin.
Buccal Route
Application of a drug within the check or the cavity of the m…
Drug Error
Any preventable event that may cause ainppropriate drug use o…
Understanding Pharmacology EXAM 1 CH. 1-3, 8, 9, 11
absorption
adverse drug reaction
adverse effect
agonist
Movement of a drug from the outside of the body into the bloo…
Same as adverse effect.
A drug effect that is more severe than expected and has the p…
An extrinsic drug that activates the receptor site of a cell…
absorption
Movement of a drug from the outside of the body into the bloo…
adverse drug reaction
Same as adverse effect.
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