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Pharm Lesson 12

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

Antiglaucoma drugs Medications used to lower intraocular pressure
Anti-infective Medication used in the treatment of infections; includes antibiotics, antifungals, and antivirals
Anti-inflammatory Medication used to relieve inflammation
Beta-adrenergic blocker Agent that blocks the beta receptors such as those found in the heart, causing a decrease in the rate and force of cardiac contraction
Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors Drugs that reduce the hydrogen and bicarbonate ions and have a diuretic effect (increasing the excretion of fluids from the body through the urine)
Cycloplegic Drug that paralyzes the muscles of accommodation for eye examinations
Intraocular pressure Pressure within the eyeball
Miotic Drugs that cause the pupil to contract
Mydriatic Drug that dilates the pupil
Created by: jillcyr