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106 Pharmacology

Dayyna Slawson

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3.The type of analgesics that are a synthetic version of the original that was derived from plants.
4.The study of the biochemical and physiological interactions of drugs at their site of activity.
6.The drug category that stimulates the coughing reflex.
10.This kind of suppressant many be used in the treatment of transplant recipients or AIDS patients.
12.Used for their ability to relieve nasal stuffiness and shrink engorged nasal mucus membranes.
14.A drug that binds to and stimulates the activity of one or more biochemical receptor in the body.
18.The rate of drug distribution among body compartments after a drug has entered the body.
19.For use with hypertension patients. It dilates arterioles and veins and decreases peripheral blood pressure.
20.This type of laxative increases the water content of feces.
23.Drugs that kill rapidly dividing cells.
24.What does the I stand for in the Nursing Process
25.Immuno_____________ are drugs that therapeutically alter a patient's immune system.
26.Antihistamines compete with ______________ for specific receptor sites.
33.This act was implemented in 1961 and addressed the possession, sale, manufacturing and distribution of narcotics.
34.Antihypertensives areuse to treat _____________.
39.Category of drugs commonly used by COPD patients.
40.The drug that has the ability to destroy or interfere with the development of a living organism.
44.Drugs that stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system my mimicking Acetylcholine.
45.The study of effects, absorption,metabolism, distribution and history of drugs.
46.Drugs used to treat skin conditions.
48.Drugs that calm or soothe the CNS without inducing sleep.
49.Drugs that work within the CNS to relieve pain associated with skeletal muscle spasms.
52.Coagulation modifiers help the body to achieve or maintain ______________.
53.The amount of time it takes for a half of a dose of a drug to be eliminated from the body.
56.An abnormal and unexpected response to a drug. (Not an allergic reaction).
57.The method that includes intravenous, subcutaneous, intramuscular and mucosal.
60.The method used to put drugs directly into the bloodstream.
62.The effect of two or more drugs that is equal to the sum of the individual drug effects.
63.These drugs stimulate the sympathetic nervous system by mimicking epinephrine and norepinephrine.
66.Agents that replace therapy to balance a hormone deficiency.
67.Sodium and Potassium are example of these.
69.Anti-______________ drugs help relieve pain, headaches, and inflammation.
71.This name is given to a drug by the developer/manufacturer and can be derived from the chemical name.
72.Antidysrythmics are used to treat _____________.
73.By way of intestine or within the intestine.
74.Medications that relieve pain without causing loss of consciousness.
75.Agents used to activate the brain stem arousal system and cortex. Can be used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy.
76.Anti-_____________ relieve nausea and vomiting.
1.Anti______________ are drugs that destroy or prevent the development of parasitic worms.
2.Anti_____________ treat the development of bacterial protozoa in human hosts.
3.This term refers to drugs that are available without a prescription.
5.This drug blocks the action of acetylcholine at receptor sites in the brain. It can increase heart rate in large doses or decrease it in small doses.
7.This type of laxative directly lubricates stool and the intestines.
8.Agents used to help with a deficiency in this gland or an over active gland.
9.What disease does Anti-tuberculin treat and prevent?
10.Immunizing agents provoke an ______________ response by introducing a foreign substance.
11.A drug or substance that is capable of causing kidney damage.
13.Agents used to treat schizophrenia, eating disorders, and personality disorders.
15.Positive _________ increase the force of myocardial contractions.
16.Agents used for emotional and mental health disorders.
17.This act was created in 1987 and allows pharmaceutical companies to have the right to market the drug without competition from generic drugs for a limited amount of time.
21._________ forming agents stimulate bone marrow for erythropoiesis.
22.A natural analgesic the contains or was derived from opium.
23.Drugs used to decrease LDL and increase HDL levels.
27.The passage of a substance through a surface in the body into body fluids and tissues.
28.Agents that treat Parkinson disease and it's symptoms.
29.This name describes the chemical composition of the drug.
30.The process of removing a drug or its metabolites from the body. The kidneys do a lot of this.
31.This drug blocks some dopamine receptors in the brain. They are used to treat serious mental health disorders.
32.Increases the formation of urine.
35.The method that a drug that is passed, done or effected through unbroken skin.
36.The length or time period of the effects of the drug.
37.A substance that reduces or prevents the severity of epilepsy and seizures.
38.Agents used to control mania and manic-depressive clients.
41.Suppresses the coughing reflex in the CNS.
42.The use of many different drugs concurrently. May have a desirable or undesirable effect.
43.Drug interactions where the effect of a combination of two or more drugs with similar actions is greater than the sum of the individual effects of the same drugs given alone.
47.Testosterone is a hormone involved in ______'s health.
50.The movement of drugs by the circulatory system to the site of action.
51.Estrogen, Progesterone are example of hormones affecting _____________'s health.
54.Corticosteroids is an example of this type of agent.
55.Relieves pain without loss of consciousness.
58.A drug that destroys viruses, either directly or indirectly.
59.Drugs that depress the CNS to produce diminished consciousness, loss of responsiveness to sensory stimulation or muscle relaxation.
61.The desired or intended effect of a particular drug.
63.Also known as an inhibitor type of drug, it inhibits the activity of biochemical receptors.
64.This category of drugs is used to prevent myocardial infarctions, it's overall goal is to increase blood flow and decrease oxygen demand.
65.An agent that decreases the level of nerve activity or body function.
68.A reaction resulting from the unusual sensitivity of a patient to a specific medication.
69.A drug used to treat Type 1 diabetes mellitus.
70.An unwanted effect of a therapeutic drug.

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