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Everest 345 mod b wk 4

anesthetic medication used to produce loss of sensation
antibiotic medication used for bacterial infections
antiseptic inhibits growth of microorganisms
antiviral drug used to treat viral infection
hypnotic drug used to produce sleep
narcotic drug generally derived from opium that is addictive and causes stupor
pharmacognosy branch of pharmacology dealing with natural drugs
pharmacokinetics pertaining to the actions of drugs on the body's systems
toxicology study of poisonous substances
transdermal medication that absorbs through the skin
addiction uncontrolled dependence on a substance
analgesic medication for pain
barbiturate class of drugs used for depressing the CNS
contraindication symptoms that make treatment unsafe
pharmacodynamics study of the action of drugs and their effects
sedative medication that depresses the CNS without producing sleep
synergism interaction that occurs when the effect of one durg is increased by another durg
insulin medication used for diabetes
humulin a form of insulin
intravenous in the vein
tetanus Tetanus is a rare but often fatal disease that affects the central nervous system by causing painful muscular contractions
benadryl antihistamine
valium drug used for anxiety
flange guard at the end of a syringe
-al pertaining to
an- without
anti- against
-ar pertaining to
bi/o life
cutane/o skin
esthesi/o sensation
-gnosia perceptive, recognizing, knowledge
hypn/o sleep
-ic pertaining to
intra- with, inside
kinesi/o movement
narc/o numbness
-ology study of
per- excessive or through, by
pharmac/o drug
sept/o infection, partition
sub- under, below
toxic/o poisonous
trans- across, over, beyond, through
-us thing, pertaining to
vir/o virus
Created by: everest