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Pharmacology Final

Pharmacology Final Part 1

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In what schedule of controlled substances does Tylenol with codeine belong? CIII
In what schedule of controlled substances does Ativan belong? CIV
In what schedule of controlled substances does morphine belong? CII
In what schedule of controlled substances does Lomotil belong? CV
How should controlled substances be stored in an office? Double-locked
How much codeine is in Empirin or Tylenol when followed by: #1 7.5 mg
How much codeine is in Empirin or Tylenol when followed by: #2 15 mg
How much codeine is in Empirin or Tylenol when followed by: #3 30 mg
How much codeine is in Empirin or Tylenol when followed by#4 60 mg
What is a drug indication conditions the drug is meant to be used for
What is a contraindication conditions in which the drug should not be used.
What factors influence the rate of drug absorption? Taken with food or not
Where are drugs broken down and transformed in the body? Liver
How are most drugs excreted? Kidneys, sweat glands, lungs or intestines
What are the effects of drugs if the liver and kidney are diseased? Toxic effects
What does a placebo do, and why does it work? Inactive substance that resembles medication
Define Minimum Dose Smallest amount of a drug that will produce a therapeutic effect.
Define Maximum Dose Largest amount of a drug that will produce a desired effect without producing symptoms of toxicity
Define Loading Dose Initial high dose ( often maximum dose) used to quickly elevate the level of a drug in the blood (often followed by a series of lower maintenance doses)
Define Maintenance Dose Dose required to keep the level of a drug in the blood at a steady state in order to maintain the desired effect.
Define Toxic Dose Amount of a drug that will produce harmful side effects
Define Lethal Dose Dose that causes death
Define Therapeutic Dose Dose that is customarily given (average adult dose based on body weight of 150 lb); adjusted according to variations from the norm.
List parenteral drug routes any other route other than GI tract
What is the easiest route to use? PO is the easiest route to use
13. What route gives the most rapid results IV gives the most rapid results
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