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...
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#1. Pharmacodynamics - Study of the action of drugs on living tissue #2. Pharmacokinetics - Study of the processes pf drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion. #3. Pharmacotherapeu...
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Pharmacology Test 1 Study Help Chapter 1
#1. Responsibilities for Administering Medication - -understand action of drug -know the correct doses required for producing desirable effects while avoiding adverse reactions -make intelligent ober...
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MJC ADN 270 sp 2016 Unit 4 *Mostly from class lecture but based off pharm book
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Pharmacology Exam One
#1. Pharmaceutic phase - DISSOLUTION is the fist phase of drug action #2. In the pharmaceutic phase the drug becomes a solution so that it can: - Cross the biological membrane #3. Which form of dru...
celsal|5 years ago|+1|1,278 views
Pharmacology: Cholinergic Agonist
#1. Drugs affecting Autonomic Nervous System are divided into 2 groups - Cholinergic & Adrenergic #2. Cholinergic act on what type of receptors? - acetylcholine Cholinergic neurons are very importan...
ashmookler|8 years ago|±0|1,963 views
Pharmacology: The Autonomic Nervous System
#1. Endocrine System - Sends signals to target tissues by varying the levels of bloodborne hormones #2. Nervous System - Exert its influence by the rapid transmission of electrical impulses over ner...
ashmookler|9 years ago|±0|1,718 views
Pharmacology: Cholinergic Antagonists
#1. Cholinergic Antagonist are also called - cholinergic blockers parasympatholytics anticholinergic #2. What do Cholinergic Antagonists due? - bind to cholinoceptors, but do not trigger the usual r...
ashmookler|8 years ago|+1|922 views