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Pharmacology Quiz #4

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Apokyn® apomorphine emetic
Carafate® sucralfate GI protectant, antiulcer
Tussigon® or Hycodan® hydrocodone antitussive
Benadryl® diphenhydramine antihistamine
Tagamet® cimetidine antacid
Pepcid® famotidine antacid
Zantac® ranitidine antacid
Enacard® enalapril vasodilator
Yobine® or Yohimbine® yohimbine bronchodilator
Tavist® clemastine bronchodilator, antihistamine
Truphylline® aminophylline, theophylline bronchodilator
Sedazine®, Anased®, or Rompun® xylazine emetic or sedative
Narcan® naloxone bronchodilator, opioid antagonist. Used to stimulate respirations after narcotic overdose.
Dopram® doxapram (doxapram hydrochloride) respiratory stimulant
Temaril-P® trimeprazine w/ prednisone antitussive
Torbugesic® or Torbutrol® butorphanol antitussive, sedative
Flagyl® metronidazole GI antibiotic that treats Giardia infection
Pepto-Bismal® bismuth subsalicylate antacid
Dramamine® dimenhydrinate antihistamine or antiemetic
Lasix® furosemide diuretic
Reglan® metoclopramide antiemetic
H2O2 hydrogen peroxide antiseptic, emetic
Codeine C-V level narcotic antitussive. Used with other drugs as a compound
Digoxin inotropic agent diuretic. Used to treat congestive heart failure to improve muscle contractions
Purpose of a diuretic is… to relieve edema, or the presence of abnormally large amounts of fluid
Antibiotics serves the purpose of… fighting bacteria
Antiemetic drugs are used… to stop vomiting
The purpose of emetics induce vomiting
Types of drugs that are used to reduce stomach acidity thus reducing gastric irritation… antacids
The drug class that helps stop ulcers from forming are… antiulcer
The class of drug which softens stools and provides easier bowel movements… laxatives
Antitussive drugs serves as a… cough suppressant
A corticosteroids are simply steroids which serves as an… anti-inflammatory for allergic respiratory conditions
Purpose of a respiratory stimulant to increase respirations
Class of drug that dilates constricted bronchioles bronchodilators
Purpose of vasodilators dilates the blood vessels
True or False: Apormorphine is used in cats to stop diarrhea False. Used for dogs as an emetic
The drug that is used as a GI protectant is….. Carafate®, sucralfate
Hydrocodone serves the purpose of an… antitussive
Diphenhydramine mainly serves as an… antihistamine
True or False: We induce vomiting in our patients every time False.
Some drugs that are used as antacids Tagamet® (cimetidine), Pepcid® (famotidine), and Zantac® (ranitidine)
Enalapril functions as a….. vasodilator
Doxapram serves as a….. respiratory stimulant
Dopram® is used for patients such as… non-breathing neonates and other patients with respiratory failure
An antitussive drug that has a corticosteroid is… Temaril-P, trimeprazine w/prenisone
The drug that serves as a diuretic but is harsh on the kidneys Digoxin
Parasympathetic Nervous System is basically serves this type of response to a stimuli Rest and Restore
The main neurotransmitter of the Parasympathetic Nervous System acetylcholine
The nervous system which controls the “Fight or Flight” response Sympathetic Nervous System
The main neurotransmitter of the Sympathetic Nervous System Norepinephrine
The purpose of antihistamines to block the effects of histamine which are released from cells during an allergic reaction and cause bronchoconstriction
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