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HESIA2 CHAPTER 21

VOCABULARY

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AEROSOL PARTICLES OF DRUG (IN SOLUTION) SUSPENDED IN AIR
ANALGESIC PERTAINING TO WITHOUT SENSITIVITY TO PAIN
BRONCHODILATOR DRUG THAT RELAXES TO SMOOTH MUSCLE LINING BRONCHITIAL TUBES AND IS USED TO TREAT ASTHMA, EMPHYSEMA, AND CHRONIC BRONCHITIS
IDIOSYNCRASY AN UNEXPECTED EFFECT OF A DRUG THAT IS PECULIAR TO AN INDIVIDUAL
DUBCUTANEOUS PERTAINING TO UNDER THE SKIN
SYNERGISM CONDITION OF WORKING TOGETHER; THE DRUG ACTION IN WHICH THE COMBINATION OF TWO DRUGS CAUSES AN EFFECT THAT IS GREATER THAT THE SUM OF THE INDIVIDUAL EFFECTS OF EACH DRUG ALONE
ANESTHESIA CONDITION OF BEING WITHOUT NERVOUS SENSATION
ANTIHISTAMINE AN AGENT THAT ACTS AGAINST HISTAMINE PRODUCTION IN TH BODY. HISTAMINE IS RELEASED AS A RESULT OF AN ALLERGIC REACTION
HYPNOTIC PERTAINING TO A CONDITION OF SLEEP
SUBLINGUAL PERTAINING TO UNDER THE TONGUE
ERYTHROMYCIN AN ANTIBIOTIC THAT IS PRODUCED FORM A RED (ERYTHR/O) MOLD (MYC/O)
NARCOTIC PERTAINING TO A SUBSTANCE THAT PRODUCES STUPOR (HAS MORPHINE OR OPIUM-LIKE ACTION)
PHARMACOLOGY STUDY OF DRUGS
ANTIPRURITIC PERTAINING TO AN AGENT THAT ACTS TO RELIEVE ITCHING
ANTIPYRETIC PERTAINING TO AN AGENT THAT ACTS TO RELIEVE FEVER
INTRATHECAL PERTAINING TO WITHIN THE SHEATH OF MEMBRANES SURROUNDING THE SPINAL CORD
TOXIC PERTAINING TO POISON
TOXICOLOGY STUDY OF POISONS AND THE HARMFUL EFFECTS OF DRUGS
VASODILATOR SUBSTANCE THAT CAUSES BLOOD VESSELS TO WIDEN
INTRACENOUS PERTAINING TO WITHIN VEIN
VITAMIN A SUBSTANCE IN FOODS THAT IS ESSENTIAL IN SMALL QUANTITIES FOR GROWTH AND GOOD HEALTH (LIFE-GIVING AMINES)
ANAPHLAXIS A HYPERSENSITIVES STATE OF THE BODY TO A FOREIGN PROTEIN (ANTIGEN) OR DRUG CAN PRODUCE SEVERE SYMPTOMS AND SHOCK
ANTIDOTE AN AGENT GIVEN TO COUNTERACT UNWANTED EFFECT OF A DRUG
PARENTERAL PERTAINING TO INJECTION OF DRUGS OTHER THAT THROUGH THE INTESTINES
SYNERGISTIC PERTAINING TO SYNERGISM (THE DRUG ACTION IN WHICH THE SUM OF THE EFFECTS OF GIVING TWI DRUGS TOGETHER IS GREATER THAN THAT OF GIVING EACH DRUG ALONE).
Created by: Nwestbrook75