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Pharmacology Exam One Chapter 1

Brand (trade) name manufacturer’s chosen name for a drug, which is protected by a patent Controlled substances drugs that are categorized by federal law according to therapeutic usefulness and potential for abuse; aka scheduled drugs WE WILL WRITE A CUSTOM …

Chapter 3 Pharmacology

What is pharmacology? – integrated medical science involving chemistry, biochemistry, anatomy, physiology, microbiology, and more – study of drugs, their actions, dosage, therapeutic uses, adverse effects Drug therapy – drug therapy is directly linked to the pathophysiology of a particular …

Prehospital Emergency Pharmacology Cardiac Drugs Cards

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Pharmacology Chapter 14 Antineoplastic Drugs

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Pharm ATI pain and inflammation

A health care professional is caring for a patient who is opioid-dependent and is about to begin taking butorphanol (stadol). The health care professional should recognize the patient is at risk for developing a sundrome that causes which of the …

ATI The Musculoskeletal System Pharmacology

A health care professional is caring for a patient who is taking a calcium supplement and reports flank pain. The health care professional should suspect the patient has which of the following? Renal Calculi; Calcium supplements can cause renal calculi. …

Pharmacology Exam 2 Practice Questions (5)

Labetalol An antihypertensive drug which decreases cardiac output and which is also an alpha adrenoreceptor antagonist VLDL The overall strategy in treating hypercholesterolemia is to deprive the liver of sources of cholesterol required to synthesize ______ WE WILL WRITE A …

ATI pharmacology cardiovascular system

What ate four types of RAAS supressants that support the treatmrnt of hypertension? Ace inhibitors Arbs Aldosterone antagonists Direct renin inhibitors Ace inhibitors treat ? Hypertension Heart failure Disbetic nephropathy Left ventricular dysfunction following MI WE WILL WRITE A CUSTOM …

NREMT Paramedic Drugs

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Veterinary Pharmacology Drugs

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Pharmacology Chapter 2

agonists medication that binds to the receptor site and stimulates the function of that site; drug that mimics a function of the body. antagonists medication that binds at receptor sites to prevent other medication from binding to those same sites. …


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