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Chabner Chap 21/22T

Chapter 21 & 22 Test

Study of the interaction of drugs and subcellular entities such as enzymes and DNA is called molecular pharmacology
suppositories are inserted: rectally
Drugs that are swollowed and absorbed through the intestinal tract: Oral
Aerosols are administered in this way: inhalation
drugs are applied on the skin topical
morphine analgesic
beta-blocker cardiovascular
amphetamine and caffeine stimulant
drugs that relax without necessarily producing sleep sedative
drugs that are used to relieve pain, induce sleep, and suppress cough analgesics
drugs that produce a loss of sensation thoughout the entire body anesthetics
drugs used to treat epilepsy anticonvulsants
study of how drugs interact with subcellular parts molecular phrmacology
use of drugs in the treatment of disease chemotherapy
study os the harmful effects of drugs toxicology
study of drug effects in the body pharmacodynamics
measurement of drug concentrations in tissues and in blood over time pharmokinetics
a term that describes an exaggerated feeling of well being is: euphoria
preoccupation with one's self and lack of responsiveness to others is a characteristic of autism
false or unreal sensory perceptions are called hallucinations
which of the following psychotherapies uses free association and transference psychoanalysis
short depressive periods and moods with no psychotic features dysthymic disorder
severe dysphoric mood with psychotic features major depression
grandiose sense of self importance and preoccupation with fantasies of success and power narcissistic
no loyalty or concern for others; without moral standards antisocial
emotionally cold and aloof; indifferent to praise or criticism and to the feelings of others schozoid
emotional, immature, and dependent; irrational outbursts and flamboyant behavior histrionic
loss of memory amnesia
state of excessive excitability; agitation mania
a non-reactive state; stupor mutism
persistent idea, emotion, or urge obession
uncontrollable urge to perform an act repeatedly compulsion
feelings of apprehension, uneasiness, dread anxiety
uncontrollable feelings are separated from their real object and redirected dissociation
anxiety becomes a bodily symptom that has no organic basis conversion
lack of responsiveness to others; preoccupied with self autism
absence of emotions apathy
false or unreal sensory perception hallucination
fixed, false belief that cannot be changed by logical reasoning or evidence delusion
confusion in thinking; faulty perceptions and irrational behavior delirium
unstable, undergoing rapid emotional change labile
antihistame anaphylactic shock
analgesic nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug
antidiabetic insulin
anticoagulant heparin
antibiotic penicillin or erythromycin
stimulant caffeine or amphetamines
sedative/hypnotic benzodiazepine
tranquilizer phenothiazine
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