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BMC - PHARMACOLOGY

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A PERSON STUDYING HOW THE BODY ABSORBS, USES, AND GETS RID OF CODEINE IS ENGAGED IN THE PHARMALOGICAL SPECIALTY CALLED PHARMACOKINETICS
IF A PRESCRIPTION LISTS AMOXICILLIN (100 MG) 1 TAB q8 hrs po prn, WHAT DOES prn MEAN ADMINISTER AS NEEDED
THE DIFFERNENCE BETWEEN OTC (OVER-THE-COUNTER) MEDICATIONS AND PRESCRIPTION DRUGS IS PRESCRIPTION DRUGS CAN ONLY BE USED UNDER DOCTOR SUPERVISION
AN EXAMPLE OF A PARENTAL DRUG ROUTE OF ADMINISTRATION IS IV
THE DOSE OR DOSAGE OF A DRYG THAT PRODUCES THE DESIRED EFFECT IN THE ANIMAL WITH MINIMAL OR NO SIGNS OF TOXICITY IS THE THERAPEUTIC RANGE
DRUG AFFINITY IS THE STRENGTH OF BINDING BETWEEN A DRUG AND ITS RECEPTOR
ONE GRAM IS EQUIVALENT TO HOW MANY MILLIGRAMS 1000 MG
3.5 FLUID OUNCES EQUAL HOW MANY MILLILITERS 105 mL
THE DOSAGE OF A DRUG IS 0.05 mg/kg OF BODY WEIGHT. HOW MANY mcg SHOULD BE GIVEN TO A CAT WEIGHING 17.6 kg 880 mcg
TEN MILLILITERS OF A 2.5% SOLUTION OF THIOPENTONE CONTAINS 250 mg OF THIOPENTONE
THE PERCENTAGE OF THE TOTAL DOSE THAT ULTIMATELY REACHES THE BLOODSTREAM IS CALLED BIOAVAILABILITY
A DRYG GIVEN BY WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ROUTES REACHES ITS PEAK PLASMA CONCENTRATION THE FASTEST ORALLY; INTRAMUSCULARLY; SUBCUTANEOUSLY; INTRAVENOUSLY INTRAVENOUSLY
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION WAS PROVIDED FOR A PRESCRIPTION WRITTEN BY A VETERINARIAN: CANINE PATIENT, AMOXICILLIAN 100 mg TABLETS, SIG: 1 tab q8hrs po prn 2 REFILLS. DATE: 1/15/13. HOW MANY TIMES A DAY IS THIS MEDICATION TO BE GIVEN THREE TIMES
HOW MANY YEARS MUST RECORDS OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES BE KEPT ON FILE AT A CLINIC 2 YEARS
WHICH THERAPEUTIC INDEX IS FROM THE SAFEST DRUG OF THOSE LISTED HERE... A. 2 B. 10 C. 20 D. 30 30
THE LD50/ED50 IS THE MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION OF WHAT VALUE THE MARGIN OF SAFETY
A DRUG THAT HAS THE MARGIN SAFETY OF 75 IS SAFER THAN A DRUG WHOSE MARGIN OF SAFETY IS 5
THE TERM USED TO DESCRIBE THE CAPACITY TO CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS IS TERATOGENICITY
THE TERM USED TO DESCRIBE THE TENDENCY OF A DRUG TO CAUSE CANCER IS CARCINOGENICITY
WHAT IS THE ORDER GIVEN OR WRITTEN TO A PHARMICIST BY A LICENSED VETERINARIAN TO PREPARE THE MEDICINE, TO AFFIX THE DIRECTIONS, AND TO SELL THE PREPARATION TO THE CLIENT PRESCRIPTION
ON A DRUG LABEL, WHICH PART IS USUALLY IN CAPITAL LETTERS WITH A SUPERSCRIPT R BY ITSELF TRADE NAME
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXAMPLE OF DRUG COMPOUNDING ADDING FLAVORING TO FORMULATED DRUGS
A DRUG THAT HAS EXTREME POTENTIAL FOR ABUSE AND HAS NO APPROVED MEDICINAL PURPOSE IN THE UNITED STATES IS CLASSIFIED AS C-1
WHAT CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE RATING INDICATES THE DRUG WITH THE LOWEST POTENTIAL FOR ABUSE C-V
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ARE DRUGS THAT HAVE A HIGH POTENTIAL FOR ABUSE
BEFORE A DRUG CAN BE APPROVED BY THE FDA, IT MUST GO THROUGH HOW MANY STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT 4
WHICH NEUROTRANSMITTER IS R ELEASED AT THE POSTGANGLIONIC SYNAPSE OF PARASYMPATHETIC NERVES ACETYLOCHOLINE
WHICH NEUROTRANSMITTER IS RELEASED AT THE POSTGANGLIONIC SYNAPSE OF SYMPATHETIC NERVES EPINEPHRINE
WHY DO SOME ANIMALS BECOME "RESISTANT" TO THEIR DOSE OF PHENOBARBITAL LIVER ENZYMES ARE INDUCED CAUSING THE ANIMAL TO DEVELOP TOLERANCE
WHICH SEDATIVE PRODUCES ANALGESIA IN THE HORSE, BUT STILL ALLOWS THE HORSE TO RESPOND TO STIMULI BY KICKING XYLAZINE
OBESE ANIMALS THAT ARE ANESTHETIZED WITH THIOBARBITURATE WOULD BE ANESTHETIZED FOR A LONG TIME
WHICH GROUP OF ANESTHETICS CAUSES MUSCLE RIGIDITY AND MILD ANALGESIA DISSOCIATIVES
FOR WHICH INHALANT ANALGESIC IS IT RECOMMENDED TO LEAVE THE ANIMAL ON 100 PERCENT OXYGEN FOR ABOUT 10 MINUTES FOLLOWING THE PROCEDURE TO PREVENT DIFFUSION HYPOSIA NITROUS OXIDE
WHICH ANESTHETIC IS A WHITE EMULSION, THE EFFECTS OF WHICH LASTS ABOUT TWO TO FIVE MINUTES WHEN GIVEN SLOW IV PROPOFUL
___________IS A DRUG THAT IS A ANTICONVULSANT AND TRANQUILIZER THAT CAUSES MUSCLE RELAXATION MORPHINE
WHICH NEUROTRANSMITTER IS RELEASED AT THE PREGANGLIONIC SYNAPSE OF SYMPATHETIC NERVES ACETYLCHOLINE
CHOLINERGICS DO ALL THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT A. SLOW HEART RATE B. INCREASE BLOOD FLOW TO INTESTINAL TRACT C. DECREASE DIAMETER OF BRONCHIOLES D. CAUSE PERIPHERAL VASODILATION D. CAUSE PERIPHERAL VASODILATION
ACEPROMAZINE MUST BE USED WITH CAUTION OR NOT AT ALL IN STALLIONS
THE BENZODIAZEPINE DERIVATIVE DIAZEPAM IS OFTEN ADMINISTERED IN COMBINTION WITH KETAMINE
A 10-KG DOG HAS INADVERTENTLY BEEN ADMINISTERED A DOSE OF XYLAZINE HYDRO CHLORIDE INTENDED FOR A 30-KG DOG. THE CORRECT REVERSAL FOR THIS OVERDOSE IS YOHIMBINE
ACEPROMAZINE MALEATE CAUSES HYPOTENSION
WHICH GROUP OF DRUGS PREVENTS THE CONVERSION OF ANGIOTENSIN I TOO ANGIOTENSIN II ACE INHIBITORS
CATECHOLAMINES FUNCTION AS WHAT AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM RESPONSE PARASYMPATHETIC
THE USE OF DIURETICS IN TREATING HEART DISEASE IS BELIEVED TO DECREASE PRELOAD
THE USE OF VASODILATORS IN TREATING HEART DISEASE IS BELIEVED TO DECREASE AFTERLOAD
TRUE OR FALSE THE P-WAVE REPRESENTS ATRIAL DEPOLARIZATION FALSE
THE THREE FACTORS THAT DETERMINE BLOOD PRESSURE ARE RESPIRATORY RATE, STROKE VOLUME, AND PERIPHERAL RESISTANCE
WHAT TYPE OF RESPIRATORY DRUG INHIBITS COUGH PRODUCTION ANTITUSSIVE
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DRUGS ARE USED TO STIMULATE RESPIRATION IN NEONATES AFTER C-SECTION A. NALOXONE B. DOXAPRAM C. YOHIMBINE D. THEOPHYLLINE B. DOXAPRAM
WHAT TYPE OF COUGH SHOULD YOU NEVER SUPPRESS KENNEL COUGH
LOOP DIURETICS SUCH AS FUROSEMIDE MAY CAUSE HYPOKALEMIA WITH CHRONIC USE
WHICH OF THESE DRUGS IS AVAILABLE OVER THE COUNTER IS AN ANTITUSSIVE A. CODEINE B. DEXTROMETHORPHAN C. HYDROCODONE D. BUTORPHANOL B. DEXTROMETHORPHAN
THE ANTICOAGULANT DILUTED IN SALINE OR STERILE WATER FOR INJECTION TO FORM A FLUSH SOLUTION FOR PREVENTING BLOOD CLOTS IN INTRAVENOUS CATHETERS IS HEPARIN
SCOOTER, A 13 YEAR OLD MINIATURE SCHNAUZER, HAS ARRESTED UNDER ANESTHESIA FOR ROUTINE DENTISTRY. YOU RUN TO THE CRASH CART AND GRAB WHAT YOU KNOW TO BE THE DRUG OF CHOICE FOR CARDIAC ARREST, WHICH IS EPINEPHRINE
WHICH GROUP OF GROWTH PROMOTANTS CAUSES TISSUE BUILDING AND PROMOTES RED BLOOD CELL FORMATION ANABOLIC STEROIDS
WHICH ESTRUS SYNCHRONIZATION, IF GIVEN TO A HERD OF CATTLE, WILL LYSE AND CLs AND CAUSE THE CATTLE TO CYCLE ALL AT THE SAME TIME PROSTGLANDINS
ADRENAL CORTEX DYSFUNCTION, INCLUDING ADRENOCORICAL INSUFFICIENCY AND HYPOADRENOCORTISISM, CAN BE DIAGNOSED BY MEASURING CORTISOL LEVELS BEFORE AND AFTER ADMINISTRATION OF ACTH
DECREASED COAT LUSTER, HAIR LOSS, DECREASED APPETITE, LISTLESSNESS, INTOLERANCE TO COLD, AD REPRODUCTIVE FAILURE ARE ALL SIGNS OF HYPOTHYROIDISM
INSULIN CONCENTRATION IS MEASURED IN UNITS/ML
WHICH INSULIN FORM IS USED INITALLY TO TREAT DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS AND TO STABALIZE GLUCOSE LEVELS IN NEWLY DIAGNOSED DIABETIC ANIMALS SHORT-ACTING
BY WHAT ROUTE IS INSULIN USUALLY ADMINISTERED IN CASES OF UNCOMPLICATED DIABETES SUBCUTANEOUS
ORAL HYPOGLYCEMIC DRUGS, SUCH AS GLIPIZIDE (GLUOCTROL), ARE USED TO TREAT HYPOGLYCEMIA
RESUSPENSION OF INSULIN IS DONE BY GENTLY ROLLING THE BOTTLE
ALTRENOGEST, WHICH IS USED FOR ESTRUS SYNCHRONIZATION IN FEMALE ANIMALS, IS A SYNTHETIC PROGESTIN FOR WHAT DISEASE ARE METHIMAZOLE AND PROPYLTHIOURACIL USED HYPERTHYROIDISM IN CATS
THE DRUG MOST COMMONLY USED IN TREATING ANIMALS WITH HYPOTHYROIDISM IS SYNTHETIC LEVOTHYROXINE (T4)
WHAT REPRODUCTIVE HORMONE CAN PRODUCE PYOMETRA IN DOGS? IT IS ALSO USED IN THE PREGNANT MARE IN AN ATTEMPT TO KEEP IT FROM PREMATURELY ABORTING THE FETUS PROGESTERONE
WHAT DRUG IS USED AS A CONTRACEPTIVE IN DOGS AND SOMETIMES FOR CORRECTION OF BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS IN CATS MEGESTROL ACETATE
A SYNTHETIC HORMONE USED TO INDUCE ESTRUS IN HORSES DURING THE NONBREEDING SEASON ESTRADIOL
A SYNTHETIC HORMONE USED TO PROMOTE GROWTH IN FEEDLOT HEIFERS TBA
CHEMICAL THAT HAS ANTIDIURETIC EFFECT VASOPRESSIN
GnRH USED TO TREAT FOLLICULAR CYSTS IN CATTLE GONADORELIN
DRUG USED TO TREAT DIABETES MELLITUS IN DOGS INSULIN
INJECTABLE DRUG USED TO STIMULATE UTERINE CONTRACTION OXYTOCIN
DRUG OF CHOICE FOR TREATING HYPOTHYROIDISM LEVOTHYROXINE
DRUG OF CHOICE FOR TREATING HYPERTHYROIDISM METHIMAZOLE
PROGESTIN USED TO TREAT BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS IN CATS MEGESTROL
PROGESTERONE USED TO SYNCHRONIZE ESTURS IN CATTLE DINOPROST
WHAT PART OF THE BRAIN CONTROLS VOMITING BRAIN STEM
WHAT CATEGORY OF DRUG STIMULATES THE PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM OR HOMEOSTATIC FUNCTION CHOLINERGIC
WHICH GROUP OF ANTIDIARRHEALS CONTROLS DIARRHEA BY BLOCKING ACETYLCHOLINE RELEASE FROM PARASYMPATHETIC NERVE ENDINGS ANTICHOLINGERIC
WHAT TYPE OF LAXATIVE LOOSENS STOOL BY PULLING WATER INTO THE COLON AND INCREASING WATER IN THE FECES OSMOTIC
WHAT CONTROLS VOMITTING BY INHIBITING DOPAMINE IN THE CRTZ ACEPROMAZINE
WHICH EMETIC CAN BE GIVEN IN THE SUBCONJUNCTIVAL SAC APOMORPHINE
WHICH GROUP OF ANTIULCER MEDICATIONS BLOCKS RECEPTORS ON PARIETAL CELLS IN THE STOMACH, THEREBY REDUCING GASTRIC ACID SECRETION H2-RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS
WHAT DRUG IS USED FOR RUMEN ATONY NEOSTIGMINE
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DRUGS IS USED TO DECREASE GASTRIC ACID PRODUCTION BY BLOCKING HISTAMINE RECEPTORS IN THE STOMACH A. FAMOTIDINE B. SUCRALFATE C. OMEPRAZOLE D. ERYTHROPOIETIN A. FAMOTIDINE
KAOLIN AND PECTIN AND BISMUTH SUBSALICYLATE ARE EXAMPLES OF PROTECTANTS
PSYLLIUM AND METAMUCIL ARE EXAMPLES OF BULK LAXATIVES
A STOOL SOFTENER OFTEN HELPFUL IN PATIENTS RECOVERING FROM ANAL SURGERY IS DOCUSATE SODIUM SUCCINATE
THE MOST WIDELY USED TYPE OF ANTIMETIC DRUGS USED TO PREVENT MOTION SICKNESS IS DOGS AND CATS ARE THE PHENOTHIAZINES
THE EMETIC OF CHOICE IN CATS IS XYLAZINE
THE EMETIC OF CHOICE IN DOGS IS APOMORPHINE
A COATING AGENT THAT FORMS AN ULCER-ADHERENT COMPLEX AT THE ULCER SITE IS SUCRALFATE
FLEET ENEMAS ARE CONTRAINDICATED IN WHAT SPECIES CATS
WHAT DRUG IS MOST LIKELY TO BE PRESCRIBED TO PREVENT MOTION SICKNESS IN DOGS AND CATS ACEPROMAZINE
WHAT DRUG IS MOST LIKELY PRESCRIBED TO A DOG WITH DIARRHEA METRONIDAZOLE
WHAT IS THE MEDICAL TREATMENT OF STRUVITE UROLITHS ACIDIFY THE URINE
ALLOPRURINOL IS A XANTHIINE INHIBITOR. WHAT IS IT USED FOR TO PREVENT FORMATION OF URATE UROLITHS
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DRUGS ARE USED TO TREAT URINAR INCONTINENCE A. AMLODIPINE B. ALLOPURINOL C. PHENYLPROPANOLAMINE D. ALL OF THE ABOVE C. PHENYLPROPANOLAMINE
THE TWO TYPES OF UROLITHS THAT CANNOT BE SEEN ON RADIOGRAPHS ARE CYSTINE AND URATE
WHICH GROUP OF URINARY DRUGS IS ALSO USED FOR TREATMENT OF GLAUCOMA CARBONIC ANHYDRASE INHIBITORS
WHAT PART OF THE NEPHRON IS RESPONSIBLE FOR FILTRATION GLOMERULUS
ACE INHIBITORS WORK BY BLOCKING THE CONVERSION OF ANGIOTENSIN I TO ANGIOTENSION II
WHAT TYPE OF DRUG PROMOTES WATER RELEASE FROM TISSUES DIURETIC
WHAT TYPE OF DRUG OVERRIDES THE STIMULATIVE EFFECT OF ACETYLCHOLINE COMPETITIVE NONDEPOLARIZER
HOW IS ACETYLCHOLINE NORMALLY DEACTIVATED AT THE NEUROMUSCULAR JUNCTION IT IS INACTIVATED BY ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE
ANABOLIC MEANS BUILDING
WHAT MINERAL IS RELEASED FROM THE SACROPLASMIC RETICULUM OF MUSCLES CALCIUM
WHAT TYPE OF NEUROMUSCULAR DRUG WOULD BE USED TO CONERACT POSTSURGICAL DEBILITY ANABOLIC STEROID
ANABOLIC STEROID NANDROLONE
CARBONIC ANHYDRASE INHIBITOR ACETAZOLAMIDE
NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING AGENT ANTIDOTE NEOSTIGMINE
MUSCLE RELAXER METHOCARBAMOL
MUSCLE PARALYZER SUCCINYLCHOLINE
LOOP DIURETIC FUROSEMIDE
URINARY ACIDIFIER METHIONINE
URINARY ALKALINIZER POTASSIUM CITRATE
BETA BLOCKER PROPRANOLOL
POTASSIUM SPARING DIURETIC SPIRONOLACTONE
WHAT ANTIBIOTIC IS USED TO TREAT ANAEROBIC BACTERIA AND GIARDIA THAT CAUSE DIARRHEA METRONIDAZOLE
WHAT DRUG IS A PENICILLIN AMOXICILLIN
WHAT IS A SIDE EFFCT OF AMINOGLYCOSIDES, SUCH AS GENTAMICIN NEPHROTOXICITY
WHAT ANTIBIOTIC IS USED TO TREAT MYCOPLASMA, LYME DISEASE, LEPTOSPOROSIS, AND RICKETTSIA ORGANISMS DOXYCYCLINE
TRUE OR FALSE CURRENTLYMANY BACTERIA ARE RESISTANT TO TETRACYCLINES TRUE
BECAUSE OF THE MANNER IN WHICH THEY ARE EXCRETED, SULFONAMIDIES ARE OFTEN EFFECTIVE AGAINST INFESCTIONS OF URINARY TRACT
THE USE OF FLUROROQUINOLONES AS ANTI-INFECTIVE AGENTS SHOULD BE DONE WITH GREAT CAUTION OR NOT AT ALL IN CATS
THE ANTI-INFECTIVE DRUG THAT SHOULD BE AVOIDED IN ALL FOOD-PRODUCING ANIMALS IS CHLORAMPHENICOL
WHAT ANTI-INFECTIVE COMPOUNDS, WHEN GIVEN TO JUVENILE ANIMALS, CAN IMPAIR CARTILAGE DEVELOPMENT FLUOROQUINOLONES
WHICH OF THESE DRUGS IS NOT AN ANTIFUNGAL DRUG A. GRISEOFULVIN B. CLOTRIMAZOLE C. KETOCONAZOLE D. SULFADIMETHOXINE C. KETOCONAZOLE
AN EXAMPLE OF AN ANTIBIOTIC THAT IS CONSIDERED TO BE A LACTAMASE INHIBITOR IS CLAVAMOX
THE BEST MEANS OF ASSURING THAT A PARTICULAR ANTIBIOTIC TREATMENT WILL BE SUCCESSFUL IS TO COLLECT A SAMPLE FROM THE INFECTED AREA FOR CULTURE SENSITIVITY
A VERY USEFUL GROUP OF BROAD-SPECTRUM DRUGS SULFAMIDES
ANTIMICROBIAL DRUGS LIKE ENROFLOXACIN, MARBOFLOXACIN, AND ORBIFLOXACIN ALL BELONG TO WHICH GROUP OF ANTIBIOTICS FLUOROQUINOLONES
WHAT DRUG IS LEAST LIKELY TO KILL THE NORMAL FLORA IN THE GUT OF A RABBIT, CAUSING SEVERE DIARRHEA ENROFLOXACIN
AN ANIMAL THAT DEMONSTRATES AN ALLERGIC RESPONSE TO PENICILLIN ADMINISTRATION SHOULD NOT BE GIVEN WHAT ANTIBIOTIC CEPHALOSPORINS
GRISEOFULVIN IS USED IN CATS, DOGS, AND HORSES TO TREAT WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DISORDERS DERMATOPHYTOSIS
THE NUMBER OF SPECIES OF BACTERIA THAT ARE EFFECTED BY AN ANTIBIOTIC IS KNOWN AS THE ANTIBIOTIC'S SPECTRUM
WHY SHOULD TETRACYCLINES USE BE AVOIDED IN PREGNANT BITCHES IT MAY BE DEPOSITED IN DENTAL ENAMEL AND GIVE THE PUP'S TEETH A MOTTLED YELLOW APPEARANCE
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DRUGS SHOULD NOT BE USED IIN COLLIES OR COLLIE MIXES VERMECTIN
WHAT CHEMICAL IS USED TO TREAT DEMODECTIC MANGE IN DOGS AMITRAZ
WHAT IS A DISADVANTAGE OF USING ORAL FORMS OF FLEA PREVENTION THESE PRODUCTS WORK FOR A SPECIFIED PERIOD OF TIME
IVERMECTIN CAN BE USED IN TREATING ALL STAGES OF HEARTWORM DISEASE EXCEPT THE ADULTS
TREATMENT OF GIARDIA LAMBLIA INFECTIONS SHOULD INCLUDE METRONIDAZOLE
HEARTWORM PREVENTATIVE CAN BE GIVEN AT THE FOLLOWING INTERVALS MONHLY AND 6 MONTHS
WHICH TYPE OF ANTI-INFLAMMATROY DRUG HAS THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS GLUCOCORTICOID DRUGS, BECAUSE THEY BLOCK PHOSPHOLOPASE, WHICH OCCURS FIRST IN THE INFLAMMATORY PATHWAY
IATOGENIC DISEASE IS CAUSED BY GLUCOCORTICOID DRUGS
WHICH NSAID WORKS BY INHIBITING CYCLOOXYGENASE-2 AND NOT CYCLOOXYGENASE-1 DERACOXIB
WHAT ENDING ON THE GENERIC NAME OF SOME ANTIHISTAMINES MAY INDICATE THAT THEY ARE ANTIHISTAMINES -AMINE
WHAT ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUG READILY PENETRATES SKIN AND MUST BE HANDLED CAUTIOSLY TO AVOID ABSORPTION OF THE DRUG BY THE PERSON GIVING THE TREATMENT DMSO
NSAIDS ARE MOST LIKELY TO CAUSE SIDE EFFECTS IN WHAT TWO ORGAN SYSTEMS RENAL AND GASTROINTESTINAL
WHICH NSAID, IF GIVEN INTRAMUSCULARY IN HORSES, CAN CAUSE SKIN NECROSIS AND SLOUGHING PHENYLBUTAZONE
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DRUGS CAN CAUSE SEVERE TISSUE NECROSIS IF GIVEN PERIVASCULLARLY PHENYLBUTAZONE
IF A DRUG PACKAGE INSERT STATES THAT THE DRUG IS A COCCIDIOSTAT, AGAINST WHAT GROUP OF PARASITES WILL THIS DRUG BE EFFECTIVE PROTOZOA
THE MOST COMMON SIDE EFFECT OF NSAIDS IS GASTROINTESTINAL ULCERATION
CHRONIC USE OF MODERATE-TO-HIGH DOSES GLUCOCORTICOIDS MAY RESULT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CUSHINGS DISEASE
THE MOST COMMONLY USED DRUG TO TREAT TAPEWORM INFECTIONS IS PRAZIQUANTEL
TRUE OR FALSE GLUCOCORTICOIDS AND NSAIDS SHOULD NEVER BE GIVEN TOGETHER TRUE
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING NSAIDS IS SAFE FOR USE IN DOGS NAPROXEN