Exam 3 Overall Drug mechanism
Antiparkinson's Antidepressants Antipsychotics Sedatives - Hypnotics
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21- Drug Therapy for Asthma and other Respiratory Problems
#1. 1. Which type of problem narrows the airways by tightening bronchial smooth muscle? Alveoli Emphysema Chronic bronchitis Bronchoconstriction - D. Bronchoconstriction The alveoli...
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Chapter 1/Pharmacology and the Nursing Process
#1. compliance - implementation or fulfillment of a prescriber's or caregiver's prescribed course of treatment or therapeutic plan by a patient. #2. medication error - any preventable adverse drug...
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Chapter 2/Pharmacologic Principles
#1. addictive effects - drug interactions in which the effect of a combination of two or more drugs with similar actions is equivalent to the sum of the individual effects of the same drugs given...
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phar ch 4 drugs
#1. nitrofurantoin - Sulfonamide #2. sulfamethoxazole / trimethoprim - sulfonamide #3. amoxicillin / clavulanate - penicillin #4. penicillin VK - pencillin
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alpha and beta adrenergics
#1. alpha specific adrenergic agonist - stimulates alpha receptors in the brainstem #2. dobutamine - slight preference to beta receptors, tx of HF(increases contractility w/o much change in rate and...
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Chapter 29 Fluid & Electrolytes
#1. What are 3 agents used to replace fluid loss? - 1.Crystalloids 2.Colloids 3.Blood products #2. Crystalloids mechanism of action - Better for treating dehydration rather than expanding Plasm...
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#1. OxyContin - oxycodone Schedule II Narcotic Pain Reliver Severe Pain #2. Lyrica - pregablin anticonvulsant seizures; fibromyalgia; restless leg; diabetic neuralgia #3. Zofran - ondansetron ...
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Pharmacology Exam 1
Pharmacology cards based off the powerpoint
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CH 21 NCLEX PREP
#1. The nurse caring for an adult patient with symptomatic bradycardia prepares to administer which recommended dose of intravenous (IV) atropine? - 0.5 mg #2. An adult patient presents to the emer...
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CH 14 NCLEX PREP
#1. The nurse instructs a patient receiving phenytoin (Dilantin) to visit the dentist regularly and perform frequent oral hygiene. What common adverse effect is the nurse educating the patient abo...
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#1. Pharmacodynamics - What the drug does in the body #2. Dose-Response Relationships - Maximal Efficacy: largest effect a drug can produce; maximum effect Potency: amount of drug we must give to e...
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