Unit 7 Pharmacology

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  1. Give drug classification and use? What disease or condition does it treat?

    amlodine
    Norvasc
    calcium channel blocker

    Systemic vasodilation resulting in decreased BP

    CHF, HTN, ANGINA
  2. Give drug classification and use? What disease or condition does it treat?


    lisinopril
    Zestril


    Captorpril
    Capoten


    Enalapril
    Vasotec
    ACE INHIBITORS

    Lowering of BP hypertensive patients

    CHF, HTN
  3. Give drug classification and use? What disease or condition does it treat?

    Albuterol
    Proventil
    Bronchodilator

    Relaxation of airway smooth muscle with subsequent bronchodilation

    Treats COPD
  4. Give drug classification and use? What disease or condition does it treat?


    amlodine
    Norvasc
    calcium channel blocker

    Systemic vasodilation resulting in decreased BP

    CHF, HTN, ANGINA
  5. Give drug classification and use? What disease or condition does it treat?


    digoxin
    Lanoxin
    Increases the force of myocardial contraction

    CHF
  6. Give drug classification and use? What disease or condition does it treat?


    clopidogrel
    Plavix
    Antiplatelet agents

    Decreased occurrence of atherosclerotic events

    Angina
  7. Name two Diuretics. What disease or conditon do they treat
    • furosemide
    • Lasix


    • hydrochlorothiazide
    • hydroDIURIL

    Treats CHF AND HTN
  8. Name three Statins. What disease or condition does it treat?
    Atorvastatin** Lipitor lovastatin altocor Simvastatin zocor

    Treament of CAD
  9. Give drug classification and action? What disease or condition does it treat?

    Methylprednisolone
    Solu-Medrol
    corticosteroids

    Suppression of inflammation and modification of the normal immune response

    COPD, PNEUMONIA
  10. Name the TB meds
    • Isoniazid
    • INH

    • Rifampin
    • rifadin
  11. Which TB med inhibits mycobacterial cell wall synthesis and interferes with metabolism?
    • Isoniazid
    • INH
  12. Which TB Med inhibits RNA synthesis by blocking RNA transcription in susceptible organisms
    • Rifampin
    • rifadin
  13. Risk for older adults taking diuretics





    Postural Hypotension-
  14. Which of the following meds Blocks SNS stimulation to the heart and -

    ↓ HR,BP, cardiac out put

    • Beta Blockers
  15. Lightheadness, weakness, fatigue are common side effects of which medication?
    Beta blockers
  16. Which of the following medications cause peripheral dilation and ↓peripheral vascular resistance?
    What is the drug class?

    atenolol
    furosemide (lasix)
    Coreg
    Hydrodiuril

    • Coreg
    • combined alpha and Beta-blocker
  17. Which of the following drugs have this contraindications: Asthma, severe tachycardia,heart block

    lisinopril
    Coreg
    atenolol
    furosemide (lasix)
    • Coreg
    • alpha +beta blocker
  18. combined alpha and Beta-blocker
    Coreg
  19. Which of the following meds can be combined with diuretic and digitalis.

    Coreg
    lisinopril
    atenolol
    furosemide (lasix)
    • lisinopril
    • Ace inhibitor
  20. Which of the following drugs increase
    total peripheral vascular resistance?
    lisinopril
    Coreg
    atenolol
    furosemide (lasix)
    • lisinopril
    • ACE inhibitors increase total vascular resistance
  21. Fill in the blank
    ACE inhibitors can be combined with _____ and _____.
    • diuretics
    • digitalis
  22. Which meds are contraindicated in use on renal or pregnant patients
    ACE inhibitors
  23. Ace inhibitors should be combined with _____ if patient has ______dysfuction
    combine with loop diuretics if pt has renal dysfunction
  24. Which of the following medications have these effects:

    ↓ cardiac work and energy
    consumption


    ↑ Oxygen delivery to myocardium


    atenolol,
    furosemide (lasix),
    Coreg,
    Amlodipine
    (Norvasc),

    Hydrodiuril




    • Amlodipine (Norvasc)
    • calcium channel blocker
  25. Which of the following meds should be taken on an empty stomach?
    atenolol,
    furosemide (lasix),
    Coreg,
    Amlodipine
    (Norvasc),

    Hydrodiuril
    Amlodipine (Norvasc),
  26. Statins treat patients with CAD and should not be given to patients with what condition or disease? what should be monitored
    • Don't give to patients with liver disease
    • Must monitor hepatic function
  27. MYOPATHY-is an adverse effect of what drug class
    STATINS
  28. §
    Nitroglycerin us used to treat what condition?
    ANGINA
  29. What type of Angina is described?
    Predictable, consistent. Relived by rest or nitroglycerin
    Stable
  30. What type of Angina is described?

    Symptoms ↑ in frequency and
    severity; not relieved by rest or Nitroglycerin
    Unstable
  31. What type of Angina is described?
    Severe incapacitating chest pain
    Intractable or refractory
  32. What type of Angina is described?
    Pain at rest with reversible ST elevation. (may be due
    to vasospasm)

    Variant
  33. What type of Angina is described?
    EKG changes but patient reports on pain
    Silent

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