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Pharmacology L17 steroidal & non-steroidal mode of action
Steroidal step 1
Steroidal step 2
Steroidal step 3
Steroidal step 4
Small lipid soluble molecules diffuse into the cell
Bind to an Intracellular receptor complex which the moves to…
Complex binds to the DNA response element, modulating transcr…
Protein translation
Steroidal step 1
Small lipid soluble molecules diffuse into the cell
Steroidal step 2
Bind to an Intracellular receptor complex which the moves to…
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Veterinary Pharmacology - Chapters 1, 2, and 5
Pharmacology
Pharmacotherapy
Pharmacotherapeutics
Pharmacokinetics
Study of drugs
Treatment of disease with medicines
Field of medicine that studies drug use in the treatment of d…
Describes the "motion of drugs" and is used to indicate the s…
Pharmacology
Study of drugs
Pharmacotherapy
Treatment of disease with medicines
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Veterinary Pharmacology
Local Anesthetics
Opiods
NSAIDS
Phenothiazine Tranquilizers
Eg. Lidocaine, Bupivicane... MOA: To decrease the rate of depola…
Ei. Tramadol, Fentanyl, Tramazol... MOA: Bind to Gi protiens act…
Aspirin, Paracetamol, Flunixin... MOA: To inhibit the Cyclooxyge…
Acepromazine, Chloropromazine, Promazine... Block Dopamine recep…
Local Anesthetics
Eg. Lidocaine, Bupivicane... MOA: To decrease the rate of depola…
Opiods
Ei. Tramadol, Fentanyl, Tramazol... MOA: Bind to Gi protiens act…
A Brief History of Veterinary Pharmacology
Pharmaco-
Pharamacology
Pharmacotherapy
Pharmacotherapeutics
Drug or Medicine
The study of drugs
Treatment of disease with medicines
Field of medicine that studies drug use in the treatment of d…
Pharmaco-
Drug or Medicine
Pharamacology
The study of drugs
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Pharmacology: Mechanisms of Drug Action
What are the three important points fo…
Pharmacokinetic is
Pharmacodynamic is
Drug Action
Target for Drug action - the drug-receptor interactions... Agoni…
ADME
the study of biochemical and physiological effects of drug an…
Effect of drug on body
What are the three important points fo…
Target for Drug action - the drug-receptor interactions... Agoni…
Pharmacokinetic is
ADME
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Veterinary Pharmacology - Chapter 3: Principles and Methods of Drug Administration
To provide safe drug administration, t…
Therapeutic Range
Factors in getting and keeping drugs i…
Three major drug factors involved in k…
1. The right drug... 2. The right dose... 3. The right time... 4. The…
- The drug concentration in the body that produces the desire…
- Properties of the drug... - Health and physiology of the anima…
- Route of administration... - Drug dose... - Dosage interval
To provide safe drug administration, t…
1. The right drug... 2. The right dose... 3. The right time... 4. The…
Therapeutic Range
- The drug concentration in the body that produces the desire…
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Veterinary Technology - Anesthesiology Pharmacology
Adrenergic Antagonist
Alpha Adrenergic Antagonists
Beta Adrenergic Antagonists
Adrenergic Blocking Agents
Drugs that inhibit the action of the adrenergic receptors, al…
used to ↓ the tone of internal urethral/urine sphincters and…
"beta blockers" ... - used in the treatment of hypertension, anx…
Drugs that block the effects of the adrenergic neurotransmitt…
Adrenergic Antagonist
Drugs that inhibit the action of the adrenergic receptors, al…
Alpha Adrenergic Antagonists
used to ↓ the tone of internal urethral/urine sphincters and…
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Veterinary Pharmacology Midterm #2 Study Guide
Adrenergic Antagonist
Alpha Adrenergic Antagonist
Beta Adrenergic Antagonist
Alpha and Beta Adrenergic Agonist drugs
A drug that inhibits the action of the adrenergic receptors.…
Are used to decrease the tone of internal urethral sphincters…
Are used in the treatment of hypertension.
These drugs increase the tone of the urethral sphincters and…
Adrenergic Antagonist
A drug that inhibits the action of the adrenergic receptors.…
Alpha Adrenergic Antagonist
Are used to decrease the tone of internal urethral sphincters…
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Veterinary Pharmacology - Chapter 8: Cardiovascular System
Functions of the Cardiovascular System
Heart
Muscles of the Heart
Flow of Blood Through Body
- Delivery of oxygen... - Delivery of nutrients... - Delivery of ho…
- A hollow, muscular organ that provides the power to move bl…
- A thick muscular wall called the MYOCARDIUM... - An inner memb…
- From the body... - Through the vena cava... - Into the right atri…
Functions of the Cardiovascular System
- Delivery of oxygen... - Delivery of nutrients... - Delivery of ho…
Heart
- A hollow, muscular organ that provides the power to move bl…
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Veterinary Pharmacology Flashcards
What are some possible outcomes of inj…
Why should immunizations Not be given…
how are bacteria classified?
What drug is used to treat an existing…
Can send the dog into shock, can collapse the vein, and can l…
There is a potential for inadequate immune response
As gram-positive or gram-negative based on their ability to a…
Melarsomine
What are some possible outcomes of inj…
Can send the dog into shock, can collapse the vein, and can l…
Why should immunizations Not be given…
There is a potential for inadequate immune response
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General Principles of Drug Action
Drugs produce their effects by
Modes of Action... --- nonspecific chemic…
Modes of Action... --- altering enzyme le…
Modes of Action... --- acting as metaboli…
altering normal biological functions... They produce these effe…
drugs are acids/bases, osmotic agents, chelators, etc.
this can be done by activating or inhibiting pre-existing enz…
acts as a "bogus" analog of a naturally occurring metabolite…
Drugs produce their effects by
altering normal biological functions... They produce these effe…
Modes of Action... --- nonspecific chemic…
drugs are acids/bases, osmotic agents, chelators, etc.
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Chapter 10: Hormonal and Reproductive Drugs
Endocrine System
Target organs
Glands
Negative feedback system
Composed of ductless glands- secrete chemicals=hormones
Tissues/organs that hormones act on
One pituitary gland... One thyroid gland... Four parathyroid glands…
Feedback loop... Example: If low blood levels of a certain hormo…
Endocrine System
Composed of ductless glands- secrete chemicals=hormones
Target organs
Tissues/organs that hormones act on
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Antimicrobials - Modes of Action Matching Game!
β-lactams affect
Penicillins affect
Cephalosporins affect
Carbapenem & Monobactam affect
Bacterial cell wall synthesis
Bacterial cell wall synthesis (β-lactam)
Bacterial cell wall synthesis (β-lactam)
Bacterial cell wall synthesis (β-lactams)
β-lactams affect
Bacterial cell wall synthesis
Penicillins affect
Bacterial cell wall synthesis (β-lactam)
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Veterinary Pharmacology - Chapter 3: Principles and Methods of Drug Administration
To provide safe drug administration, t…
Therapeutic Range
Factors in getting and keeping drugs i…
Three major drug factors involved in k…
1. The right drug... 2. The right dose... 3. The right time... 4. The…
- The drug concentration in the body that produces the desire…
- Properties of the drug... - Health and physiology of the anima…
- Route of administration... - Drug dose... - Dosage interval
To provide safe drug administration, t…
1. The right drug... 2. The right dose... 3. The right time... 4. The…
Therapeutic Range
- The drug concentration in the body that produces the desire…
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Antibacterial Modes of Action
penicillins
cephalosporins
vancomycin
tetracyclines
weaken cell wall, bacteria take up excessive water, lysis
bind to penicillin binding proteins, inhibiting cell wall syn…
inhibit cell wall synthesis by binding to precursors of cell…
inhibit protein synthesis by binding to 30s ribosomal subunit…
penicillins
weaken cell wall, bacteria take up excessive water, lysis
cephalosporins
bind to penicillin binding proteins, inhibiting cell wall syn…
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Drugs and Modes of Action
Non-selective Alpha and Beta Agonist
Alpha 1 Agonist
Alpha 2 Agonist
Non-selective Beta Agonist
Epinephrine... Norepinephrine
Midodrine... Phenylephrine... Tetrahydrozoline (Visine)
Apraclonidine... Brimonidine... Clonidine
Isoproterenol
Non-selective Alpha and Beta Agonist
Epinephrine... Norepinephrine
Alpha 1 Agonist
Midodrine... Phenylephrine... Tetrahydrozoline (Visine)
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Ch.1 Veterinary Pharmacology & Calculations
Pharmacotherapy
Pharmacotherapeutics
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacodynamics
Treatment of disease with medicines
Field of science that examines the treatment of disease with…
The study of the absorption, blood levels,distribution, biotr…
Study of the mechanisms of action of a drug and its biologica…
Pharmacotherapy
Treatment of disease with medicines
Pharmacotherapeutics
Field of science that examines the treatment of disease with…
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General Veterinary Pharmacology
Pharmacology
Drug
Medicinal purpose
Pharmocokinetics
the study of interactions between drugs and living organisms.
includes any substances, product or article intended to be us…
-alleviating, treating, curing or preventing a disease... -induc…
-absorption... -distribution... -metabolism... -elimination
Pharmacology
the study of interactions between drugs and living organisms.
Drug
includes any substances, product or article intended to be us…
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Combo with "Veterinary Pharmacology Midterm #2 Study Guide" and 1 other
Adrenergic Antagonist
Alpha Adrenergic Antagonist
Beta Adrenergic Antagonist
Alpha and Beta Adrenergic Agonist drugs
(aka: sympatholyic)... inhibits the action of the adrenergic re…
decrease the tone of internal urethral sphincters and decreas…
used in treatment of hypertension.
increase tone of the urethral sphincters and include the foll…
Adrenergic Antagonist
(aka: sympatholyic)... inhibits the action of the adrenergic re…
Alpha Adrenergic Antagonist
decrease the tone of internal urethral sphincters and decreas…
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Veterinary Pharmacology
Local Anesthetics
Opiods
NSAIDS
Phenothiazine Tranquilizers
Eg. Lidocaine, Bupivicane... MOA: To decrease the rate of depola…
Ei. Tramadol, Fentanyl, Tramazol... MOA: Bind to Gi protiens act…
Aspirin, Paracetamol, Flunixin... MOA: To inhibit the Cyclooxyge…
Acepromazine, Chloropromazine, Promazine... Block Dopamine recep…
Local Anesthetics
Eg. Lidocaine, Bupivicane... MOA: To decrease the rate of depola…
Opiods
Ei. Tramadol, Fentanyl, Tramazol... MOA: Bind to Gi protiens act…
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Veterinary Pharmacology- Terminology
Adrenergic Antagonist
Adrenergic Blocking Agents
Adrenergic Drugs
Agonists
A drug that inhibits the action of the adrenergic receptors;…
Drugs that block the effect of the adrenergic neurotransmitte…
Drugs that simulate the sympathetic nervous system; Also call…
Drugs that bind to a cell receptor and cause action
Adrenergic Antagonist
A drug that inhibits the action of the adrenergic receptors;…
Adrenergic Blocking Agents
Drugs that block the effect of the adrenergic neurotransmitte…
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Veterinary Pharmacology
Local Anesthetics
Opiods
NSAIDS
Phenothiazine Tranquilizers
Eg. Lidocaine, Bupivicane... MOA: To decrease the rate of depola…
Ei. Tramadol, Fentanyl, Tramazol... MOA: Bind to Gi protiens act…
Aspirin, Paracetamol, Flunixin... MOA: To inhibit the Cyclooxyge…
Acepromazine, Chloropromazine, Promazine... Block Dopamine recep…
Local Anesthetics
Eg. Lidocaine, Bupivicane... MOA: To decrease the rate of depola…
Opiods
Ei. Tramadol, Fentanyl, Tramazol... MOA: Bind to Gi protiens act…
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Modes of action of antibiotics
Four major targets in bacterial pathog…
Cell-wall biosynthesis and membrane an…
Protein Biosynthesis antibiotics
Folic Acid antibiotics
1. Cell wall Biosynthesis ... 2. Protein Biosynthesis ... 3. DNA re…
-beta-lactams... -Glycopeptides ... -Ionophores
-macrolides... -tetracyclines ... -chloramphenicol... -aminoglycosides…
-sulfonamides... -trimethoprim
Four major targets in bacterial pathog…
1. Cell wall Biosynthesis ... 2. Protein Biosynthesis ... 3. DNA re…
Cell-wall biosynthesis and membrane an…
-beta-lactams... -Glycopeptides ... -Ionophores
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Veterinary Pharmacology Exam 1
Pharmacology
Pharmacology
Veterinary Pharmacology
Veterinary Pharmacology
The study of drugs or biologics and their actions in living o…
The science that deals with the origin, nature, chemistry, ef…
The study of medicines used in the treatment of animals
A branch of pharmacology, the study of drugs, which is concer…
Pharmacology
The study of drugs or biologics and their actions in living o…
Pharmacology
The science that deals with the origin, nature, chemistry, ef…
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Veterinary technician pharmacology drugs
Drugs that can be purchased without a…
Drugs considered dangerous because of…
Drugs that are obtained through veteri…
Drugs used in a manner not specificall…
Ober the counter drugs
Controlled substance
Prescription drugs
Extra label
Drugs that can be purchased without a…
Ober the counter drugs
Drugs considered dangerous because of…
Controlled substance
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Chapter 12: Urinary System Drug
Urinary structures
functional unit
Urine formation
Responsiblities
two kidneys... paired ureters... one urinary bladder... one urethra
Nephrons... consist of glomerulus (cluster of capillaries)... Bowma…
glomerular filtration, tubular reabsorption and tubular secre…
Remove waste via blood filtration and maintain homeostasis... pr…
Urinary structures
two kidneys... paired ureters... one urinary bladder... one urethra
functional unit
Nephrons... consist of glomerulus (cluster of capillaries)... Bowma…
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Veterinary Pharmacology - Chapter 8: Cardiovascular System
Functions of the Cardiovascular System
Heart
Muscles of the Heart
Flow of Blood Through Body
- Delivery of oxygen... - Delivery of nutrients... - Delivery of ho…
- A hollow, muscular organ that provides the power to move bl…
- A thick muscular wall called the MYOCARDIUM... - An inner memb…
- From the body... - Through the vena cava... - Into the right atri…
Functions of the Cardiovascular System
- Delivery of oxygen... - Delivery of nutrients... - Delivery of ho…
Heart
- A hollow, muscular organ that provides the power to move bl…
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Veterinary Pharmacology
Gabapentin
Generic name of gabapentin is
Gabapentin is used to treat
Gabapentin side effects
is used as treatment for nerve pain and hyperactivity. It is…
Neurontin
dogs and cats with pain of a neuropathic origin , chronic art…
mild drowsiness and ataxia (loss of full control over bodily…
Gabapentin
is used as treatment for nerve pain and hyperactivity. It is…
Generic name of gabapentin is
Neurontin
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Chapter 1: A Brief History of Veterinary Pharmacology
biologics
controlled substance
drug
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
a medicinal preparation made from living organisms or their p…
drugs considered dangerous because of their potential for abu…
a substance used to treat, prevent, or diagnose disease in an…
enforces the control of controlled substances through the Con…
biologics
a medicinal preparation made from living organisms or their p…
controlled substance
drugs considered dangerous because of their potential for abu…
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Quiz 2 Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians
0.07
sympathetic
True
IC, IV, endotracheal tube
The decimal form of 7% is _____.
Adrenergic refers to the ______ subdivision of the autonomic…
True or false... Dose= (animal's weight x dosage) / concentration.
List three (3) ways in which Epinephrine can be administered…
0.07
The decimal form of 7% is _____.
sympathetic
Adrenergic refers to the ______ subdivision of the autonomic…
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Pharmacology Chapters 1 2 3
Pharmacodynamics
Controlled substances
Pharmacokinetics
OTC drugs
Study of drugs mechanism of action and it's biological and ph…
Drugs considered dangerous because of their potrntial for hum…
Study of sbsotbtion, blood levels, distribution, metabolism,…
Drugs that can be purchased without a prescription
Pharmacodynamics
Study of drugs mechanism of action and it's biological and ph…
Controlled substances
Drugs considered dangerous because of their potrntial for hum…
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Fundamentals of Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians Ch. 1
Over-The-Counter Drugs (OTC)
Controlled Substances
Prescription Drugs
Extra-Label Drugs
Drugs that can be purchased without a prescription
drugs considered dangerous because of their potential for hum…
Drugs that can be obtained only though a veterinarian or via…
Drugs used in a manner not specifically described on the FDA-…
Over-The-Counter Drugs (OTC)
Drugs that can be purchased without a prescription
Controlled Substances
drugs considered dangerous because of their potential for hum…
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Veterinary Pharmacology Flashcards
What are some possible outcomes of inj…
Why should immunizations Not be given…
how are bacteria classified?
What drug is used to treat an existing…
Can send the dog into shock, can collapse the vein, and can l…
There is a potential for inadequate immune response
As gram-positive or gram-negative based on their ability to a…
Melarsomine
What are some possible outcomes of inj…
Can send the dog into shock, can collapse the vein, and can l…
Why should immunizations Not be given…
There is a potential for inadequate immune response
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Pharmacology Chapter 1: Targets/Mechanisms of Drug Action
What are the 3 aspects of a drug action?
Describe target of action
Describe mechanism of action
Describe mode of action
1. Target of action... 2. Mechanism of action... 3. Mode of action
Location, the receptor site where a drug initiates a response…
Molecular mechanism at the level of signal transduction leadi…
Characterization of the therapeutic effect produced
What are the 3 aspects of a drug action?
1. Target of action... 2. Mechanism of action... 3. Mode of action
Describe target of action
Location, the receptor site where a drug initiates a response…
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Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians Chapter 1
Biologics
Controlled Substance
Drug
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
a medical preparation made from living organisms or their pro…
drugs considered dangerous because of their potential for abu…
a substance used to treat, prevent, or diagnose disease in an…
The federal agency that enforces the controlled substances la…
Biologics
a medical preparation made from living organisms or their pro…
Controlled Substance
drugs considered dangerous because of their potential for abu…
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VTE 223: fundamentals of veterinary pharmacology
Pharmacology
Pharmacotherapeutics
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacodynamics
Study of the origin, nature, chemistry, effects, and uses of…
Study of the treatment of diseases with medications
The study of the absorption, blood levels, distribution, biot…
The study of the mechanisms of action of a drug and it's biol…
Pharmacology
Study of the origin, nature, chemistry, effects, and uses of…
Pharmacotherapeutics
Study of the treatment of diseases with medications
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Fundamentals of Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians: Chapter 14
Pencillins
Penicillin G
Penicillin V
Procaine Penicillin G
Derived from penicillin mold... All have beta-lactum ring... Bacter…
G: Natural Penicillin... Gram +... Cell Wall Agent... SE: anorexia, V/D
G: Natural Penicillin... Gram +... Cell Wall Agent... SE: V/D
G: Natural Penicillin... Gram +... Cell Wall Agent... SE: V/D
Pencillins
Derived from penicillin mold... All have beta-lactum ring... Bacter…
Penicillin G
G: Natural Penicillin... Gram +... Cell Wall Agent... SE: anorexia, V/D
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Veterinary Pharmacology - Chapter 8: Cardiovascular System
Functions of the Cardiovascular System
Heart
Muscles of the Heart
Flow of Blood Through Body
- Delivery of oxygen... - Delivery of nutrients... - Delivery of ho…
- A hollow, muscular organ that provides the power to move bl…
- A thick muscular wall called the MYOCARDIUM... - An inner memb…
- From the body... - Through the vena cava... - Into the right atri…
Functions of the Cardiovascular System
- Delivery of oxygen... - Delivery of nutrients... - Delivery of ho…
Heart
- A hollow, muscular organ that provides the power to move bl…
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FVP1 Veterinary Pharmacology 1
Which active ingredient is found in Do…
How are drug classes determined?
Which drug class is Medetomidine hydro…
Name some members of the alpha2-adreno…
Medetomidine hydrochloride
Grouped according to chemical structure and properties... - sim…
alpha2 - adrenoreceptor agonist... Sedative
Medetomidine hydrochloride... Detomidine... Clonidine... Xylazine... Romi…
Which active ingredient is found in Do…
Medetomidine hydrochloride
How are drug classes determined?
Grouped according to chemical structure and properties... - sim…
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Fundamental of Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians: Chapter 17 and 18
Lidocaine
Tetracaine
Benzocaine
Pramoxine
Non-Steroidal Topical Antipruritics... G: Topical Anesthetic... M:I…
Non-Steroidal Topical Antipruritics... G: Topical Anesthetic... M:I…
Non-Steroidal Topical Antipruritics... G: Topical Anesthetic... M:I…
Non-Steroidal Topical Antipruritics... G: Topical Anesthetic... M:I…
Lidocaine
Non-Steroidal Topical Antipruritics... G: Topical Anesthetic... M:I…
Tetracaine
Non-Steroidal Topical Antipruritics... G: Topical Anesthetic... M:I…
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Principles of Pharmacology
PHARMACOKINETICS
PHARMACODYNAMICS
PHARMACOKINETICS
ABSORPTION
DRUG MOVEMENT INTO, WITHIN AND OUT OF THE BODY
DRUG ACTIONS AND THEIR MECHANISMS
ABSORPTION, DISTRIBUTION, ELIMINATION
TRANSFER OF DRUG FROM SITE OF ADMINISTRATION TO SYSTEMIC CIRC…
PHARMACOKINETICS
DRUG MOVEMENT INTO, WITHIN AND OUT OF THE BODY
PHARMACODYNAMICS
DRUG ACTIONS AND THEIR MECHANISMS
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Ch #1 A Brief History of Veterinary Pharmacology
Pharmacology
Pharmacotherapy
Pharmacotherapeutics
Pharmacokinetics
Study of drugs
Treatment of disease with medicine
Field of medicine that studies drug use in the treatment of d…
Describes the "motion of drugs" and is used to indicate the s…
Pharmacology
Study of drugs
Pharmacotherapy
Treatment of disease with medicine
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Mode of Action for Exam 2
what is the mode of action for epineph…
what is the mode of action for albuter…
what is the mode of action for atropine?
what is the mode of action for theophy…
-acts on alpha and beta receptors... -promotion of bronchodilati…
stimulates beta2-adrenergic receptors in the lungs causing br…
inhibits acetylcholine by occupying the receptors
relaxes smooth muscle of bronchi, bronchioles increasing cAMP…
what is the mode of action for epineph…
-acts on alpha and beta receptors... -promotion of bronchodilati…
what is the mode of action for albuter…
stimulates beta2-adrenergic receptors in the lungs causing br…
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Nervous System
Acetylcholine
Acetylcholinesterase
Adrenergic neuron
Afferent
"A neurotransmitter associated with somatic nerves and with p…
"The enzyme that breaks down acetylcholine." Clinical Anatomy…
"Neurons that secrete catecholamines (e.g., norepinephrine) a…
"A directional term meaning toward some reference point." Cli…
Acetylcholine
"A neurotransmitter associated with somatic nerves and with p…
Acetylcholinesterase
"The enzyme that breaks down acetylcholine." Clinical Anatomy…
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686. ACADEMIC TERMS [Exoschool]
Alzheimer's disease
paragon
stained glass
pharmacology
A progressive mental deterioration that can occur in middle o…
A person or thing regarded as a perfect example of a particul…
Colored glass used to form decorative or pictorial designs, n…
The branch of medicine concerned with the uses, effects, and…
Alzheimer's disease
A progressive mental deterioration that can occur in middle o…
paragon
A person or thing regarded as a perfect example of a particul…
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FPV1 - Veterinary Pharmacology 4 - Pharmacodynamics
What is the difference between pharmac…
What is the difference between direct…
Give an example of a structurally non-…
What is the MAC of volatile anaestheti…
Pharmacokinetics = what the body does to the drug (ADME)... Pha…
Indirect - medicine interacts with abnormal tissue or invadin…
Volatile anaesthetics:... Activity related to oil-water partitio…
Minimum alveolar concentration... Dose of gas you need to get 50…
What is the difference between pharmac…
Pharmacokinetics = what the body does to the drug (ADME)... Pha…
What is the difference between direct…
Indirect - medicine interacts with abnormal tissue or invadin…
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RESP 2211 Test 4: Drugs modes of action
Acetylcysteine
Flunisolide
Bitolterol
Nedocromil sodium
Disrupts the structure of the mucus molecule by substituting…
Decreases Inflammation
Relaxation of airway smooth muscle by stimulation of the beta…
Inhibits the activity of the mast cells, eosinophils, airway…
Acetylcysteine
Disrupts the structure of the mucus molecule by substituting…
Flunisolide
Decreases Inflammation
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History of veterinary medicine
Pharmacotherapy
Pharmatherapeutics
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacodynamics
Treatment of disease with medicines
Field of medicine that studies drug use in the treatment of d…
Describes the motion of drugs
The study of the mechanisms of action of a drug
Pharmacotherapy
Treatment of disease with medicines
Pharmatherapeutics
Field of medicine that studies drug use in the treatment of d…
64 terms
Introduction to Pharmacology
pharmacology is concerned with
pharmacology is the study of
most important message in pharma
how do you categorize a drug? (4 main…
the uses, effects, and modes of action of drugs
substances that interact with living systems through chemical…
every time we give a drug to a patient, we are doing an exper…
- by it's class... - mechanism of action... - condition it's treati…
pharmacology is concerned with
the uses, effects, and modes of action of drugs
pharmacology is the study of
substances that interact with living systems through chemical…
10 terms
Pharmacology
drug
pharmacology
clinical pharmacology
pharmacy
any substance which can affect a biological system
the study of the interactions with living systems
the application of pharmacology principles to patients
the science of the preparation of drugs
drug
any substance which can affect a biological system
pharmacology
the study of the interactions with living systems
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