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Pharm Lesson 17

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Antidiabetic Medication to lower blood glucose levels in those with impaired metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins
Antithyroid Medication used to relieve the symptoms of hyperthyroidism in preparation for surgical or radioactive iodine therapy
Corticosteroids Hormones secreted by the adrenal glands that act on the immune system to suppress the body’s response to infection or trauma; medications given for their anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressant properties
Endocrine Internal secretion (hormone) produced by a ductless gland that secretes directly into the bloodstream
Hormones Substances originating from an organ, gland or body part conveyed through the blood to another body part, and chemically stimulating that part to increase or decrease its functional activity or to increase or decrease the secretion of another hormone
Hyperglycemia Abnormally high blood glucose
Hypoglycemia Abnormally low blood glucose
Hypothyroidism Diminished or absent thyroid function
Immunosuppressive Decreasing the production of antibodies and phagocytes and depressing the inflammatory reaction
Sulfonylurea Oral antidiabetic drug for treatment of type II diabetes
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