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PHARM TEST f#2

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MODE OF ACTION FOR OPIOID ANALGESIC BINDS TO OPIOID RECEPTOR SITE, ANTAGONIST NATURALLY MORPHINE OCCURRING
MODE OF ACTION FOR BARBITURATES BRAIN STEAM, INTERFERES WITH NERVE IMPULSES UP TO CEREBRAL CORTEX
MODE OF ACTION FOR BENZODIAZEPINE DEPRESSES HYPOTHYALMIC, THYALMIC, SUPPRESSES LIMBIC AREA IN BRAIN
MODE OF ACTION SEROTONIN-SELECTIVE RE UPTAKE INHIBITORS SELECTIVELY INHIBITS RE UPTAKE OF SEROTONIN
MODE OF ACTION TRICYCLIC ANTIDEPRESSANTS CORRECTING IMBALANCE IN THE NEUROTRANSMITTER CONCENTRATIONS OF SEROTONIN AND NOR EPINEPHRINE AT NERVE ENDING IN CNS
MODE OF ACTION MONO-AMINE OXIDASE INHIBITORS INHIBITS MONO AMINE OXIDASE AND MAKE MORE NOR EPINEPHRINE AVAILABLE
XANTHINES THEO-DUR MODE OF ACTION BRONCHO-DILATOR CAUSE BRONCHO-DILATION BY SMOOTHE MUSCLE RELAXATION, OPENS UP AIRWAYS
AMPHETAMINES MODE OF ACTION CEREBRAL CORTEX INCREASE AMOUNT OF DOPE-MINE AND NOR-EPINEPHRINE, INCREASE NEUROTRANSMITTERS BLOCKING RE-UPTAKE
MODE OF ACTION HYDANTOINS ALL 3 WAYS OF DECREASING SEIZURES, INCREASE SEIZURE THRESHOLD, LIMIT SPREAD OF ELECTRICAL CHARGES, DECREASE SPEED OF TRANSMISSION
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