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Ch 7 Pharmacology

A drug that effects conduction velocity (CV) is referred to as Dromotropic
A drug that effects Heart rate (HR) is referred to as Chronotropic
A drug that effects Force of contraction (FOC) is referred to as Inotropic
Atoms that are the same but have right and left hand arrangements are called Stereoisomers
The analysis of the drug itself to evaluate its potency Assay
If a patient experiences a completely unique response that is specific to that person, it is called Idiosyncrasy
Blocking a receptor site from being stimulated from other chemical mediators and inhibit the normal response, is called Antagonist
Name the study of the metabolisim and the action of medications within the body, with particular emphysis on the time required for absorption, duration of action, distribution in the body, and excretion. Pharmacokinetics
What nerves carry messages from the brain to the muscles and all other oragons of the body efferent nerves
A patient developes a tolerance to a medication, because of a prolonged administration of a seperate medication Cross-tolorance
What kind of effect occurs after the drug is absorbed by any route and distributed by the blood stream. Systemic effects
The way in which a medication produces the response we intended Pharmacodynamics
What kind of effects result from the direct application of a drug to a tissue Local effects
A medication that stimulates a response in a receptor site is called Agonist
What nerves carry sensory impulses from all parts of the body to the brain Afferent nerves
What class hass the lowest abuse potential, although they may lead to limited dependence schedule V
What class has a low abuse potential and limited dependence potential Schedual IV
The attraction between a medication and it's receptors is referred to as Affinity
A procedure for determining the concentration, purity, and/or biological activity of a substance by measureing it's effect on an organism, tissue, cell, or enzyme bioassay
The drugs that can be administered through the ET tube or navel. Name all 5 Naloxone, Atropine, vasopressin, epinephrine, lidocaine
Drugs that may lead to low or moderate physical dependence or high psychologic dependence fall under what calss Schedule III
For a drug to carry the USP label the amount of active ingredients must be within + - 5%
Name the route of administration that is between the cheeks and Gums Buccal route
What drugs have a very high abuse potential and may lead to a sevfere addiction, but have a lower propensity for addiction then schedule I Schedule II
WHat schedule drugs have the highest abuse potential and a propensity for severe dependence. None of them are accepted in medical practice. Schedule I
What was the name of the first federal legislation in the us aimed at protecting the public, and when did it come? The pure food act in 1906
The study of medications and their effects or actions on the body Pharmacology
Name the medications 6R's Right Patient, dose, route, time, medication, PCR documentaion.
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