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Chp 16-17 Drugs that affect the Autonomic Nervous/Digestive System(s)

Atenolol Tenormin
Bethanechol chloride Urecholine
Bisacodyl Dulcolax
Cimetidine Tagamet
Clidinium bromide plus chlordiazepoxide Librax
Clonidine hydrochloride Catapres
Dicyclomine hydrochloride Bentyl
Dimenhydrinate Dramamine
Diphenoxylate hydrochloride plus atropine sulfate Lomotil
Docusate sodium Colace
Epinephrine hydrochloride Epi-pen
Exomeprazole Nexium
Lactase enzyme Lactaid
Lansoprazole Prevacid
Meclizine hydrochloride Antivert
Megestrol acetate Megace
Methylcellulose Citrucel
Methyldopa plus hydrchlorothiazide Aldoril
Methyldopa Aldomet
Metoprolol tartrate Lopressor
Misoprostol Cytotec
Nadolol Corgard
Nizatidine Axid
Omeprazole Prilosec
Orlistat Xenical
Pancrelipase Pancrease
Pantoprazole Prontonix
Phenylephrine hydrochloride Neo-synephrine
Prazosin hydrochloride Minipress
Prochlorperazine maleate Compazine
Propranolol hydorchloride Inderal
Ranitidine Zantac
Senna Senokot
Sucralfate Carafate
Trimethobenzamide hydrochloride Tigan
______ is a mechanical, chemical, & enzymatic process whereby food is converted to material suitable for use in thebody digestion
_____ destroy the gastric acid, either wholly or in part, by neutralizing or absorbing it & renderit inactive antacids
______ are drugs that promote the process of digestion in the gastrointestinal tract & constitute a type of replacement therapy in deficiency states digestants
_____ produce vomiting emetics
_____ relieve nausea & vomiting antiemetics
_____ relieve constipation chathartics
_____ are cathartics that evacuate the bowel by a mild action laxatives
_____ is a disorder associated with too rapid passage of intestinal content diarrhea
the autonomic nervous system is divided into what 2 parts parasympathetic & sympathetic
loperamide hydorchloride immodium
Created by: YTIMBC



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