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MS med

musculoskeletal system medications

QuestionAnswer
medication that prevents repolarization of muscle cells succinylcholine
medication that blocks synthesis of folic acid methotrexate
medication that inactivates tumor necrosis factor etanercept
medication that binds to estrogen receptors raloxifene
medication that slows osteoclast activity alendronate
medication that inhibits degredation of acetylcholine pyridostigmine
therapeutic affect of neuromuscular blocking agents paralysis
use of methotrexate and NSAIDs can cause this adverse effect myelosuppression
raloxifene (Evista) can prevent and treat osteoporosis as well as prevent this in high risk patients breast cancer
an adverse effect of alendronate (Fosamax) is this pathology of the mandible osteonecrosis
cholinesterase inhibitors, such as pyridostigmine (Mestinon) can be reversed with this medication atropine
Created by: dljenkins