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Carnegie Pharmacolog

Practice Quiz -- Pharmacokinetics 11-20

in what cell does biotransformation of drugs most often take place? Hepatocyte
antidotes block specific receptor sites through a process called competitive inhibition
1 milligram equals 1000 micrograms
1 milligram equals 1000 micrograms blood disgraces or die after these are permanent abnormality of platelets
administering drugs according to a sliding scale insulin dosage based on what glucose level is a form of drug titration
elderly persons may have more active drug circulating in their bloodstream because they have less of this bound to the plasma protein albumin
20% of hospitalizations for patients over the age of 65 are for adverse effects of medications. Illness due to drug reactions or interactions can be referred to as: Iatrogenic
radiographic contrast, as well as some antibiotics may be nephrotoxic. Which of the following conditions is an example of nephrotoxicity? Acute tubular necrosis
potentiation is a form of: synergism
a water-soluble drug binds to a cell membrane receptor. In order to cause a charge in an intracellular enzyme what type ofsomething such as cyclic adenosine monophosphate must be active. What is this called? Second messenger
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