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Chapter 21 Chabner

Chabner Language of Medicine Chapter 21 Pharmacology

QuestionAnswer
Penicillin is an example of which type of drug? Antibiotic
Drugs that produce loss of sensation throughout the entire body: Anesthetics
Which agency holds the legal responsibility for deciding whether a drug may be distributed and sold? FDA
Which of the following is a drug generic name? Ampicillin
Morphine: Analgesic drug
Drugs are applied on the skin: Topical
Select the term that is spelled correctly for the meaning-Drug that relieves chest pain: antianginal
Drugs that control anxiety and severe disturbances of behavior: Tranquilizers
Insertion of suppositories are: Rectal administration
Drugs are injected through a syringe into a muscle, vein, or body cavity: Parenteral administration
Drugs are swallowed and absorbed through the intestinal tract: Oral
Select the term that is spelled correctly for the meaning-Legal, non-commercial name for a drug: Generic
Drugs used to treat epilepsy: Anticonvulsants
Aerosols are administered in this way: Inhalation
What is anaphylaxis? A type of hypersensitivity reaction
Finding proper antidotes to the harmful effects of drugs is part of the specialty of: Toxicology
Select the term that is spelled correctly for the meaning-Harmful effects of a drug: Toxicity
Select the term that is spelled correctly for the meaning-Hypersensitivity reaction: Anaphylaxis
Amphetamine and caffeine: Stimulant drug
Select the term that is spelled correctly for the meaning-Agent that excites and promotes activity: Stimulant
Select the term that is spelled correctly for the meaning-Drug that restores heart to a regular cycle: antiarrhythmic
Select the term that is spelled correctly for the meaning-Drugs that are applied locally on the skin: Topical
Drugs that relax without necessarily producing sleep: Sedatives
Study of the interaction of drugs and subcellular entities such as enzymes and DNA is called: Molecular pharmacology
The combination of two drugs can cause an effect that is greater than the sum of the individual effects of each: Synergism
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