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Exam #2

Lortisone Clotrimazole w/ bethamethasone dipropionate
Retrovir Zidovudine
Mycelex Clotrimazole
Diflucan Fluconazole
Nizoral Ketoconazole
Fungizone Amphotericin
Abelecet Amphotericin-Liposomal
Ambisome Amphotericin-Liposomal
Vfend Voriconazole
Cancidas Caspofungin
Famvir Famicilovir
Valtrex Valacyclovir
Sporanex Itranconazole
Zovirax Acyclovir
CNS (central nervous system) Brain, spinal
PNS ( Peripheral nervous sustem) Nerves, sense organs ( eyes nose skin tongue)
How do Anti-fungals Work Takes down ergosterol/ prevents synthesis of ergosterol
What’s used for oral thrush Nystatin/Mycostatin
Viruses Can’t replicate- need host cell
Viruses Do not contain RNA or DNA
Viruses spread Direct contact Indigestion Inhalation Exposure to contaminated bodily fluids/ equipment
Acute viral infection (Flu) Quickly resolves w/ no latent infection
Chronic viral infection (HIV, Hepatitis) persistent course w/ long periods of remission Interspersed with reappearance
Famvir, Zovirax, Valtrex Treats herpes simplex
Opioids Class 2
Benzodiazepines
Class 4
Reverses (antagonist) opiods Narcan/ Naloxone
Reverses militant hypothermia caused by anesthesia Dantrium/ Dantrolene
Propofol Diprivan
Serotonin Emotions Emotional pain Anxiety
Acetylcholine Muscle movement
Epinephrine Adrenaline
Dentists use this as anesthesia Nitrous oxide
Dependence Physical & Emotional reliance on a drug
Addiction Compulsive Disorder
For chronic malignant pain Narcotics
What’s PEP (post exposure prophaylyaxis) Incidental stick Intervenes accidental sticks with hiv Employee health/ ER
Created by: Vrod7234