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Pharm

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QuestionAnswer
Haloperidol Haldol
Diazepam Valium
Lorazepam Ativan
Trifuoperazine Stelazine
Chlorpromazine Thorazine
Clonazapam Klonopin
Clozapine Clozaril
Risperidone Risperidal
Quetiapine Seroquel
Prozosin Minipress
Propranolol Inderal
Atenolol Tenormin
NE Levophed
Non selective beta adrenergic drug? Dopamine
Weekly or bi weekly CBC's d/t aganulocytosis? Clorazil
Clorazil is what type of drug? Atypical neuroleptic
Drug high in EPS? Haloperidol
Dyskenisia symptoms are... Involuntary movements (jaw lips tongue)
Dystonic reaction symptoms... Muscle spasms, twitching, facial grimicing
Daily dosage of Sertrline... 50-200mg
Lithium is used for... Mania, BP1 and BP2
Dosage for Lithium... 900-1200mg
A pt who is diabetic and asthmatic has just been dx with hypertension. A doctor has ordered a beta-adrenergic blocker to help treat his hypertension. Which drug classification will most likely be indicated for this pt? Selective beta-1 adrenergic blocker
Is this an example of excessive stimulation of the parasympathetic or sympathetic division? Parasympathetic
Which classification of drug is best indicated to treat this pt? sympathomimetic
Which receptor sites will epinephrine target? alpha, beta 1& 2
Bill has been taking atenolol (Tenormin) regularly for a fast heart rate. Recently he has been complaining of tiredness and feeling faint. Why is he experiencing these side effects? because selective beta 1- adrenergic blocker and lowers bp
Doxazosin (Cardura) is _______drug and is administered to treat __________? alpha-adrenergic blocker, hypertension
Which of the following drugs will best help treat hypotension? Dopamine
The main pharmacological effect of NE on alpha receptors is? vasoconstruction of smooth muscle
The __________ effect on the lower respiratory passage is _________? Parasympathetic, bronchodilation Sympathetic, bronchoconstriction None of the above
Which of the following is a nonselective beta-adrenergic drug? dopamine
Bill has been taking propranolol regularly for a fast heart rate. Recently he has been complaining of tiredness and feeling faint. Why is he experiencing these side effects? because propranolol is a nonselective beta adrenergic blocker and lowers bp
Prazosin minipress
Propranolol ​​​ inderal
Atenolol ​​​ tenormin
Alpha-adrenergic blocking drugs compete with ___ for binding to _____ receptors. NE,alpha-adrenergic
GI motility and secretion will ______ during sympathetic (fight or flight) activation decrease
What neurotransmitter(s) will be blocked by Clozaril? dopamine ans serotonin
Which of the following is proper patient teaching regarding Thorazine 1-2 weeks effects of thorizine
You are explaining the mechanism of action of Thorazineto Jan. You state, "the mechanism of action of Thorazine is thought to involve the ability to block _____ receptors in the brain" dopamine
a fellow pt tells Jan that Thioridizine has high sedetative/sedation effects..is that true? yes
High degree of EPS? Haloperidol
Medication that is very potent? haloperidol
why would a pt on psychotropic medication display orthostatic hypotension? because certain psychotropic medications exhibit strong alpha-adrenergic blocking properties
high EPS stelazine
Most sedation thorizine
highest potency risperdal
phenylzine nardil
nortriptyline Aventyl
duloxetine cymbalta
doxepin sinequan
venlafaxine effexor
sertraline zoloft
imipramine trofanil
buproprion wellbutrin
escitalopram lexapro
Classification of fluoxetine? SSRI
what is true about Fluoxetine? has very little action blocking both adrenergic and cholinergic receptor sites
elavi willl _____ the reuptake of _____ and _____ block, NE, serotonin
Elavil is a _______ which produces _____ side effects that are similar to ________effects. TCA, anticholinergic, sympathomimetic
which medication has little effect to block cholinergic receptors zoloft
suzie has diabetes. which antidepreesants will help she get? cymbalta
Propranolol only given in bp is >90/60
Propranolol only given if pulse is... >60 bpm
Propanolol is a... Non selective beta blocker
3rd best choice for mania Propranolol
Anticonvulsants work by... Increasing the inhibitory actions of GABA
Toxicity causes of lithium heart and kidney damage
Therapeutic blood levels of lithium... 0.5-1.5 mEq/L
Does lithium speed up or slow down neuronal act? Slows down brain act
Lit is similar to Sodium
Sod is required for nerve conduction
conduction has what affect on the individual? calming
Sod causes... neurotransmitters to jump the synaptic cleft
Lit can become... toxic if O/D
Lithium works in... 1-2 wks
effects of lit... nausea, tremors, +thirst, +urination
Signs of overdose from lit vom, dia, drow, loss of equ, riging in ear, +thirst, +urination (wetting pants)
interaction with lit ibuprofen, naproxen, diuretics, SSRIs, anti-depressants
2nd best choice for mania mood stabilization anticonvulsants
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