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Phamacology ch 10

diff drug how they work

QuestionAnswer
THE BRAND NAME THAT MANUFATURER GIVES TO THE MEDICATION TRADE NAME
WHAT ARE THE TWO TYPES OF MEDICATION OVER THE COUNTER, PRECRIPTION
SCIENCE OF DRUGS PHARMACOLOGY
THE AMOUNT OF MEDICATION GIVEN DOSE
THE THERIPUTIC EFFECTS THAT MEDICATION IS EXPECTED TO HAVE ON THE BODY ACTION
THE REASON OR CONDITION FOR WHICH A PARTICULAR MEDICATION IS GIVEN INDICATION
WHEN MEDICATION WOULD HARN PATIENT OR HAVE NO POSITIVE EFFECTS ON PATIENT CONDITION CONTRIDICTION
ANY ACTION OF A MEDICATION THAT AREN'T THE DESIRED ONES SIDE EFFECT
WHAT IS THE MEDICATIONS ORIGINAL NAME GENARIC NAME
CHEMICAL THAT IS USED TO PREVENT OR TREAT DISEASES MEDICATION
MEDICATION TAKEN BY MOUTH ORAL
MEDICATION TAKEN UNDER TONGUE SUBLIGUAL
MEDICATION THAT ENTERS BLOOD BY BONEMARROW INTRAOSSEOUS
THE PROCESS BY WHICH MEDICATIONS TRAVEL THROUGH BODY TISSUE UNTIL THEY REACH BLOOD STREAM ABSORPTION
INJECTION GIVEN VIA MUSCLE INTRAMUSCULAR
AN INJECTION GIVEN BETWEEN THE SKIN AND THE MUSCULE SUBCONTANOUS
MEDICATIONS GIVEN BY RECTUM PER RECTUM
MEDICATIONS THAT ARE INHALED INTO THE LUNGS SO THAT THEY CAN BE ABSORBED INTO BLOOD STREAM MORE QUICKLY INHALATION
MINITURE SPRAY CANISTER USED TO DIRECT SUCH SUBSTANCES THROUGH THE MOUTH AND INTO THE LUNGS METER DOSE INHALER
A LIQUID MIXTURE OF ONE OR MORE SUBSTANCES THAT CAN'T BE SEPARATED BY FILTERING SOLUTION
FINE PARTICLES AND EVENLY DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT A LIQUID BY SHAKING OR STIRRING SUSPENSION
SIMILIQUID SUBSTANCE THAT IS ADMINSTERED USUALLY IN O.R GAS
ARE APLIED TO THE SKIN AND AFFECTS ONLY THAT AREA TOPICAL
MEDICATIONS DESIGNED TO ABSORB THROUGH THE SKIN TRANCONTANEOUS
WHAT IS CHACOAL USUALLY SUSPENDED WITH SAHITAL
SIMPLE SUGAR, READILY ABSORBED IN THE BLOOD STREAM GLUCOSE
MEANING: REDUCE FEVER ANALGEST
MEANING:REDUCE PAIN ANTIPYRETIC
REDUCES INFLAMMATION ANTI-INFLAMITORY
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