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Anti-anxiety Xanax
Antibiotic Amoxicillin
Anticoagulant Prevents or delays blood clotting
Anti-medic Cataracts nausea and vomiting
Antifungal Monistat
Antihypertensive Reduces my blood pressure; hypertension
Antiviral Zovirax
Bronchodilator Eases breathing by dilating the bronchial tubes
Cardiac glycoside Strengthen his heart muscles; increases contractility
Diuretic Increases urine output
Miotic Contracts the people of the eye
Mydriatic Dilates the pupil of the eye
NSAID non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug Treats fever; pain and reduces swelling
Sedative; hypnotic Treats insomnia; produces a calming effect
Antipyretic Reduces fever
Antipyretic Relieves itching
Percocet Pain reliever (Analgesic)
Lunesta Sedative/insomnia
Monistat Antifungal
SEROQUEL Mood stabilizer
Amoxil Antibiotic
Xanax Anti-anxiety
Zovirax Treats Herpes virus
Lopressor Treat hypertension
Any substance that produces a change in the function of a living person Drug
The study of drugs pharmacology
Digitalis an opium come from Plants
Insulin and thyroid medications come from Animals
Lithium and sulfur come from Minerals
A substance used and treatment to relieve symptoms Therapeutic
I medicinal products used in addition with other procedures to detect abnormalities Diagnostic
Medicine that is used to replace chemicals Replacement
Medicine that is used to prevent or lessen the severity of a disease Preventative or prophylactic
Drug because it affects in a different location of the body then where is administered Remote action
Drugs absorbed into the bloodstream and he carried to other parts of the body Systematic action
A secondary effects in addition to the therapeutic effects i.e.; G.I. upset Side effects; adverse reaction
Occurs when one drug diminishes the effect of another Drug interaction
Body forms antibodies against specific chemicals in a drug Drug allergy
Name assigned to a drug in the lab Chemical
Drugs official name Generic
Drug that is used exclusively by the company and produces the drug Trade
Factors that affect drug actions Age; wait; compliance; disease; timing; tolerance; interactions from other drugs or food, gender
Drugs that may have a potential for illegal use or abuse Controlled substances how
How many schedules are on controlled substance schedule Five
Hi potential for abuse, not legal,ex. Heroin, marijuana; ecstasy. Schedule 1
Higher potential for abuse; except medical use; morphine, dilaudid ; codeine Schedule 2
Less potential for abuse; hydrocodone; Suboxone; ketamine Schedule 3
Low potential for abuse; Xanax; Klonipin Schedule 4
Lowest potential for abuse; Robitussin with codeine Schedule 5
Requires a written prescription by M.D. only Schedule 2 drugs
Maybe call them to the pharmacy and refilled five times in a six-month period Schedule 5
Example of a drug resource available on most offices PDR ( physicians desk reference)
Seven rights of drug administration RIGHT : patient; drugs; dose; route; time; technique; and documentation
Medications that passed through the organs of digestion Enteral
Medications that given outside the intestines Parenteral
Medication given on the inside of the cheek Buccal
Medication given under the tongue Sublingual
Injectables; mucosal membranes; Topical; transdermal; inhalation. Parenteral medications
Lotions, ointment, liniment are examples of Topical medications
DEA requires a full inventory of controlled substance is to be done every 2 years
The schedule of an aquatics does not allow for refills Schedule 2
Concentration of medication mixed with sugar and water Syrup
Medication mixed in a suite in liquid and usually contains alcohol Elixir
Product identification guide PDR gray pages
Product category index PDR blue pages
Brand and generic name index PDR pink pages
Section 1 manufactures index; section 5 product information; section 6 dietary supplement information White pages
Medication particles that I dissolved in a liquid Suspension
Created by: Georgia1984
 

 



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