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Pharm 21-22

Drug terms and questions

naproxin sodium Naprosyn (Mild Pain.)
oxycodone hydrochloride Percocet (Moderate pain.)
propoxyphene Darvon (Moderate pain.)
nalbuphine Nubain (Severe Pain)
amphetamine salts Adderall (ADHD)
methylphenidate hcl Ritalin (ADD)
Valium diazepam (Seizures)
midazolam hcl Versed (Sedation)
procaine hcl Novocain (Local Nerve Block.)
zolpidem tatrate Ambien (Insomnia)
fentanyl transderal system Duragesic (Acute and Chronic pain.)
hydrocodone bitartrate Vicodin (Moderate Pain.)
hydormorphone hcl Dilaudid (Severe pain.)
meperidine hcl Demerol (Severe Pain.)
oxycodone Oxycontin (Mild-Moderate pain.)
acetaminophen Tylenol (Pain relief.)
sumatriptan succinate Imitrex (Migraines.)
phenytoin Dilantin (Major Motor Epilepsy.)
carbamazepine Tegretol (Major Motor Seizures.)
diazepam Valium (Controlled Seizures.)
lamotrigine Lamictal (Complex partial Seizures.)
topiramate Topramax (Complex partial seizures.)
levodopa Dopar (Parkinson's)
ropinrole hcl Requip (RLS)
gabapentin Neurontin (Complex Seizures.)
lidocaine patches Lidoderm (Neuropathic pain.)
List the 4 Stages of Anesthesia 1. Analgesia 2. Delirium 3. Surgical Anesthesia 4. Medullary Depression
List the four types of seizures. 1. Grand Mal Seizures 2. Petit Mal Seizures 3. Complex Partial Seizures 4. Epileptic Equivalents
Any drug derived from opium, or its synthetic analogs, is termed _____________. Narcotic
Drugs with actions similiar to those of opium, but not derived from opium are called ______________. Opiods
Drugs derived from opium are known as ___________. Opiates
A pharmocological CNS depressant, that produces a loss of sensation, which may be generalized, systemic, or localized is called _________________. Anesthesia
A habitual dependence on a substance that is beyond voluntary control is known as ________________. Addiction
A barbituric acid that act by depressing the respiratory rate, blood pressure, temperature, and the CNS are known as_____________. Barbiturates.
A condition in which larger and larger doses of drugs are needed to produce the desired effect is known as ________________. Tolerance.
ADHD attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Nae two drugs that are local anesthetics. Novocain and Xylocaine.
A syndrome that occurs when a drug-dependent person discontinues a drug suddenly is called _________________. Withdrawl.
A group of drugs that enhance pain relief are known as ________________. Coanalgesic.
A condition in which the patient requires continued use of a drug for proper functioning and would experience withdrawal symptoms if discontinued is called _______________. Physical Dependence.
Drug seeking behaviors that may occur when a patients pain is under treated is called _____________. Pseudoaddiction.
Created by: tlindrose