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Chp 12-13 Drugs that affect Central Nervous System/Pain Medications

acetaminophen Tylenol
Amphetamine salts Adderall
carbamazepine Tegretol
valium Diazepam
gabapentin Neurontin
hydrocodone bitartrate Vicodin
lamotrigine Lamictal
levadopa Dopar
levadopa plus carbidopa Sinemet
lidocaine hydrochloride Xylocaine
meperidine hydrochloride Demerol
methylphenidate hydrochloride Ritalin
methylphidate hydrochlorie extended-release Concerta
midazolam hydrochloride Versed
nalburphine Nubain
naproxen sodium Naprosyn
oxycodone OxyContin
oxycodone hydrochloride Percocet
phenytoin Dilantin
procaine hydrochloride Novocain
propoxyphene Darvon
ropinirole hydrochloride Requip
sumatriptan succinate Imitrex
topiramate Topomax
zolpidem tartrate Ambien
a pharmacologic CNS depressant, produces a loss of sensation, which also may be general, systemic, or localized anesthesia
derivatives of barbituric acid & act by depressing the respiratory rate, blood pressure, & temperature as well as the CNS barbituates
the condition where larger & larger doses are needed to produce the desired effect tolerance
harbitual dependence on a substance that is beyond voluntary control addiction
drugs derived fro opium opiates
drugs with actions similar to those of opium, but not derived from opium opioids
name 4 types of seizures tonic-clonic (grand mal), absence (petit mal), complex partial & epileptic equivalents
tonic-clonic seizures are also known as grand mal seizures
absense seizures are also known as petit mal seizures
what are some drugs used for mild pain Vicodin, Percocet, Darvon
what are some drugs used for severe pain Dilaudid, Demerol, Nubain
a term that has been used to describe the drug-seeking behaviors that may occur when a patient's pain is undertreated pseudoaddiction
a syndrome that occurs when a drug-dependent person discontinues the drug suddenly withdrawal
any group of drugs that may be used to enhance pain relief conalagesic
what are the 4 stages of anesthesia analgesia, delirium, surgical anesthesia, & medullary depression
lidocaine patches lidoderm
Created by: YTIMBC



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