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Pharmocology TC 2012

Classifications, Study Guides, Worksheets for Unit I

QuestionAnswer
Whats a brand name for aspirin? Zoprin
Whats a generic name for Tylenol? Acetaminphen
Whats a generic name for pepto-bismal busmuth subsalicylate
Whats a generic name for Maalox? Aluminum/magnesium antacid
Whats a brand name for ibuprofen? Motrin
Whats a generic name for Tums? Calcium carbonate
Whats a brand name for nifedipine? Procardia
Whats a brand name for propoxyphene? Darvacet
Asprin is a? Antipyretic
Robitussin is a? expectorant
Tegretol is a? Anticonvulsant
Dulcolax is a? Laxative/stool softener
Lomotil is a? Antidiarrheal agent
Surfak is a? Stool softener
Lovenox is a? Anticoagulant
oxycodone is a? narcotic analgesic
furosemide is a? diuretic
ranitidine is a? Histamine H2 antagonists
Xanax is a? antianxiety agent
Toradol is a? nonsteroidal antiiflammatory agent (NSAIDs)
Therapeutic drugs, often called __________, are those drugs used in the prevention or treatment of diseases. Medicines
Before a drug become official, it is given a ___________ name or common name. Generic
_________ drugs, sometimes referred to as recreational drugs, are drugs or chemical substances used for nontherapeutic purposes. Illegal
The study of drugs and the actions they have in the human body is called? Pharmocology
The actual substance that causes the response in a living organism is a? Drug
What schedule is Darvocet N? Schedule IV
What schedule is percodan? Schedule II
What schedule is Tylox capsules? Schedule II
What schedule is LevoDromoran? Schedule II
What schedule is Diazepam? Schedule IV
What schedule is Flurazepam? Schedule IV
What schedule is Morphine sulfate? Schedule II
What schedule is Meperidine? Schedule II
What schedule is Tylenol with codeine #2,3,4? Schedule III
True/False Drugs are chemical substances that have an effect on living organisms. True
True/False The Controlled Substances Act was passed by Congress in 2000. False (1970)
True/False The basic structure of the Controlled Substances Act consists of five classifications, or schedules, of controlled substances. True
Treat anxiety symptom or disorders Antianxiety
A potent vasoconstrictor; used to treat hypertension, heart failure and kidney disease (prils) ACE inhibitors
Cause a loss of sensations with or without a los of consciousness Anesthetics
Reduce the acidity of the gastric contents Antacids
Stimulate progenitor cells in bone marrow to increase numbers of leukocytes, thereby improving immune function Colony Stimulating Factors
used to decrease dysrythmia slow rate of contraction of the heart and cause vasodilation (pines) Calcium channel blockers
Stimulate receptors within the tracheobronchial tree to relax and dilate the airway passage Bronchodilators
used to treat angina, dysrhthmia, hyertension, adn glaucoma(olols) beta blockers
used to treat infections caused y pathogenic viruses. Antivirals
Decrease the volume and increase the pH of gastric secretions Antiulcer Agents
Used to suppress a cough Antitussive
Used to reduce fevers Antipyretics
Used to treat severe mental illness Antipsychotics
Prevent platelet clumping by preventing an essential step information of a blood clot Antiplatelets
Used alone or in combination with radiation to treat cancer Antineoplastics
Used to treat elevated blood pressure (hypertension) Antihypertensives
Used to treat allergy symptoms Antihistamines
Releive pain without producing loss of conciousness or reflex activity. Analgesics
Used to reduce introcular pressure Antiglaucoma
Used to prevent or treat nausea and vomiting. Antiemetics
Relieve or control the symptoms of acute or chronic diarrhea Antidiarrheals
Insulin and amylinometic; Treat both type 1 and type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Antidiabetics
Preventing seizures Anitcovulsants
Prevent the formation, enlargement, or extension of blood clots Anticoagulants
These steroid hormones produce masculinizing effects Androgens
Particularly effictive against gram-negative microorganism Aminoglycosides
Produce effects similar to the neutransmitter norepinephrine Adrenergic
Prevent or treat attack of angina pectoris Antianginals
Enzymes destroy acetylcholine, stopping its action Cholinesterase Inhibitors
Those patients who participate in "testing in humnas" are part of which phase of new drug development? 1. Preclinical research and development stage 2. Clinical research and developement stage 3. New drug application review 4. Postmarketing surveillan 2
Which drug name used in the United State is the one listed by the FDA? 1. Chemical name 2. Generic name 3. Official name 4. Trademark name 3
Which methods are considered to be therapeutic methods for the treatment of illness? 1. drug therapy 2. diet therapy 3. physiotherapy 4. psychological therapy 5. occupational therapy 1 2 3 4
According to the Controlled substances act of 1970, drugs with a high potential for abuse that have no current medical use in the US and that have a lack of accepted safety for use under medical supervision are classified under which
used to treat infections caused y pathogenic viruses. Antivirals
Decrease the volume and increase the pH of gastric secretions Antiulcer Agents
Used to suppress a cough Antitussive
Used to reduce fevers Antipyretics
Used to treat severe mental illness Antipsychotics
Prevent platelet clumping by preventing an essential step information of a blood clot Antiplatelets
Used alone or in combination with radiation to treat cancer Antineoplastics
Used to treat elevated blood pressure (hypertension) Antihypertensives
Used to treat allergy symptoms Antihistamines
Releive pain without producing loss of conciousness or reflex activity. Analgesics
Used to reduce introcular pressure Antiglaucoma
Used to prevent or treat nausea and vomiting. Antiemetics
Relieve or control the symptoms of acute or chronic diarrhea Antidiarrheals
Insulin and amylinometic; Treat both type 1 and type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Antidiabetics
Preventing seizures Anitcovulsants
Prevent the formation, enlargement, or extension of blood clots Anticoagulants
These steroid hormones produce masculinizing effects Androgens
Particularly effictive against gram-negative microorganism Aminoglycosides
Produce effects similar to the neutransmitter norepinephrine Adrenergic
Prevent or treat attack of angina pectoris Antianginals
Enzymes destroy acetylcholine, stopping its action Cholinesterase Inhibitors
Those patients who participate in "testing in humnas" are part of which phase of new drug development? 1. Preclinical research and development stage 2. Clinical research and developement stage 3. New drug application review 4. Postmarketing surveillan 2
Which drug name used in the United State is the one listed by the FDA? 1. Chemical name 2. Generic name 3. Official name 4. Trademark name 3
Which methods are considered to be therapeutic methods for the treatment of illness? 1. drug therapy 2. diet therapy 3. physiotherapy 4. psychological therapy 5. occupational therapy 1 2 3 4
According to the Controlled substances act of 1970, drugs with a high potential for abuse that have no current medical use in the US and that have a lack of accepted safety for use under medical supervision are classified under which schedule? Schedule I
Which are acceptable sources of drug info when seeking info about prescription meds? 1. American Drug Index 2. Physician's Drug Reference 3. American Hospital Formulary Service, Drug information 4. Drug interaction Facts 5. Drug facts and Comparisons 1 3 4 5
When Perscribing controlled substances, the prescriber includes which elements on the bottle? 1. Health care providers name 2. Providers address 3. DEA registration number 4. Prescriber's signature 5. Patient's name 6. Patient's address 7. Date of 1 2 3 4 5 7
Info about a medication states, "in adequate, well-controlled studies in pregnant women, the drug has not shown an increased risk of fetal abnormalities." To which current category for drug use in pregnancy does this medication belong? 1. A 2. B 3. C 1
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