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Pharm Lesson 6

The following are activities related to the key terms for the chapter.

QuestionAnswer
Antifungals Medications used in the treatment of candidal and other specific susceptible fungi
Antipruritic Products applied topically to alleviate itching
Antiseptics Substances that inhibit the growth of bacteria
Antiviral Medications used to treat viruses, for example, HIV and herpes
Bactericidal Destroying bacteria
Emollient Medication used topically to protect or soothe minor dermatological conditions, such as diaper rash, abrasions, and minor burns
Enzymatics Agents that promote the removal of necrotic or fibrous tissue
Keratolytic An agent that promotes loosening or scaling of the outer layer of the skin
Protectants Medication used topically to protect or soothe minor dermatological conditions such as diaper rash, abrasions, and minor burns
Created by: jillcyr