ATI pharmacology Made Easy 3.0 the gastrointestinal system

drug therapy for peptic ulcers
histamine 2 receptor antagonist( Zantac)
proton pump inhibitors( Prilosec)
mucosal protectant
antacids
prostaglandin e analogs( misoprostol cytotec)
antibiotics( amoxicillin)

drug therapy for nausea
serotonin antagonist( Zofran)
antihistamine
prokinetic(Reglan/ metoclopramide)

drug therapy for constipation
fiber supplement ( Metamucil)
stool softener(colace)
stimulant laxatives( dulcolax)

check therapy for diarrhea
opiods (diphenoxylate and atropine)

drug therapy for irritable bowel syndrome
alosetron
lubiprostone

drug therapy for inflammatory bowel disease
sulfasalazine
mesalamine

A health care professional should question the use of misoprostol (Cytotec) for a patient who has which of the following? A positive pregnancy test A health care professional is about to administer ondansetron (Zofran) to a patient who is receiving …

Peptic Ulcer drugs 1. Histamine2-receptor antagonists 2. Proton pump inhibitors 3. Mucosal protectatnts 4. Antacids 5. Prostaglandin E analogs 6. Antibiotics Histamine2-Recepeter Antagonists treats – Gastric and duodenal ulcers – Heartburn, dyspepsia – Erosive esophagitis – GERD – Aspiration pneumonitis …

Antacids neutralizing gastric hydrochloric acid and are widely available in many over-the-counter (OTC) preparations for the relief of indigestion, heartburn, and sour stomach Antiulcer drugs are use to relive symptoms association with ulcers and to promote healing WE WILL WRITE …

Digoxin (Lanoxin) a healthcare professional should question the use of metoclopramide (reglan) for a patient who is taking which of the following drugs? Ketoconazole a health care professional is reviewing the medical recod of a patiet who is to begin …

6 Categories for drugs for Peptic Ulcers Histamine-2 receptor antagonist Proton pump inhibitors Mucosal protectants Antacids Antibiotics Steriods Histamine2-receptor antagonist: Action/treat block hist. receptors on parietal cells – reduce amount of stomach acid/increase pH of stomach acid. N/V diarrhea or …

A healthcare professional should question the use of metoclopramide (reglan) for a patient who is taking which of the following drugs? DIGOXIN (LANOXIN) prokinetic drug that can interfere with the absorption of many drugs. A health care progessional is reviewing …

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