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Pharmacology-Chapters 21-22-26

Willa Lowe

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1.the elevation of cholesterol and triglycerides
5._________artery disease narrowing or obstruction of the arteries of the heart
6.Caused by vasospasm
7.circulating proteins
10.First of new class of agents used to reduce atherosclerosis
12.is characterized by accumulation of fatty deposits of the inner walls of blood vessels
13.Platelet Aggregation inhibitor
16.Obstruction of blood flow through bloodvessels is called intermittent_________
17.Second risk factor for metabolic syndrome
18.Drug class: Niacin
19.Vasodilator
20.contributor to a variety of diseases that reduce the quality of life
21.Numbness with tingling sensations
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2.insulin resistance sydrome by another name
3.An increase in the pressure with which circulates throug the arteries and veins
4.Hemorheologic agent
7.Bad cholesterol
8.0ne risk factor for metabolic syndrome
9.One of the "statins"
11.______________ disease is a collective term used to refer to disorders of the circulatory system
14.Arteriosclerosis_________, most common form of obstructive arterial disease
15.Good cholesterol

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