Sputum bowl 2019 pharmacology
#1. The common nebulized dose of this long acting beta agonist (LABA) is 15mcg/2ml - aformoterol (Brovana) #2. The common dosage for olodaterol (Strivardi Respimat) - 2 actuations (=5mg) once daily ...
Sam_HofstetterZimmer|2 years ago|±0|8 views
Week 2 Key Terms
#1. Agonist - stimulate receptors at synapse #2. Antagonist/blocker - inhibit synapse receptor #3. Cell Receptor - membrane protein, bind neurotransmitters or hormones, some open ion channels or ...
watson9emma|3 years ago|±0|11 views
#1. Aminoglycosides [Gentamicin, Tobramycin, Amikacin] - Actions: Bacteriocidal, inhibits protein synthesis of many Gram-neg bacteria Uses: severe systemic infections of CNS, respiratory, GI, urin...
maicouayang|3 years ago|±0|14 views
#1. Pharmacokinetics - What the body does to a drug The movement of drugs throughout the body #2. Mnemonic: ADME - ADME A - Absorption: point of administration into the bloodstreamD - Distributi...
cdthreadgill_2020|2 months ago|±0|1 view
Basic Principles of Pharmacology
#1. Pharmacology - Study of drugs and their interactions with living systems #2. Drugs - Any chemical that can affect a living system/process #3. Clinical Pharmacology - Studying drugs & human bein...
cdthreadgill_2020|2 months ago|±0|2 views
PCOL 350 Drugs and Mechanisms
#1. Penicillins - Inhibit synthesis of bacterial cell walls. Mostly bacteriocidal. Beta lactam. Distribution to eye, brain, CSF and prostatic fluid is low #2. Cephalosporins - Inhibit synthesis of b...
alm563|8 years ago|+1|118 views
Anti-Cancer Drugs, Pharm Test 2
UF PA school, Pharmacology 1. Mechanism 2. Treatment 3. Toxicities 4. Interactions
stefan_mcfarland|9 years ago|±0|356 views
week 3 Med Administration
#1. name the 5 nursing processes : - assessment, nursing diagnosis, planning goals, intervention, evaluation #2. the statement of the patient's status from a nursing perspective is called this: - ...
lashervalerie|9 months ago|±0|5 views
adrenergic agonists and antagonists; cholinergic agonists and antagonists
#1. adrenergic agonist drugs stimulate what system? what is the primary neurotransmitter - stimulate the SNS (fight or flight) norepinephrine #2. define catecholamines. what response can it produ...
Akosua_Ruby|2 years ago|±0|25 views
Chapter 28 Diuretics Drugs
#1. Mechanism of action of diuretic drugs - -accelerate the rate of urine formation - the removal of sodium and water -used in the treatment of hypertension, heart failure (HF), and renal fai...
Dezzy28|3 years ago|±0|52 views
Exam 3 pharm
#1. Tetracycline prototype: tetracycline hydrochloride (Sumycin) - pg. 323 Drug class: antibacterial (antibiotics) Broad spectrum med effective against both gram + & - but not usually dru...
operationbsn19|3 years ago|±0|41 views