Quiz 1- Ch.1

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  1. MOA Acetaminophen
    inhibits brain prostaglandin synthesis leading to analgesic and antipyretic activity
  2. Dosage Forms- Acetaminophen
    • oral tabs
    • chewable tabs
    • suppositories
    • solutions
    • capsules
    • elixir
    • gelcaps
  3. What other drug does Acetaminophen act with adversely?
    warfarin
  4. What drugs can affect Acetaminophen's actions?
    • ethanol
    • Isoniazid
  5. Acetaminophen
    Tylenol
  6. Butalbital w/ Caffeine and Acetaminophen
    • Fioricet
    • Zebutal
    • Dolgic Plus
  7. Tramadol
    • Ultracet
    • Ultram
    • Ultram ER
  8. Fentanyl
    • Actiq
    • Duragesic
    • Fentora
    • Onsolis
    • Sublimaze
  9. Hydromorphone
    Dilaudid
  10. Methadone
    • Methadose
    • Dolophine
  11. Morphine
    • Astramorph
    • Avinza
    • Kadian
    • MS Contin
    • Oramorph
    • Roxanol
  12. Oxycodone
    • OxyContin
    • Roxicodone
    • OxyIR
  13. Codeine/APAP
    • Tylenol #2
    • Tylenol #3
    • Tylenol #4
    • Tylenol with Codeine
  14. Hydrocodone/APAP
    • Lorcet
    • Lortab
    • Vicodin
  15. Hydrocodone/Ibuprofen
    Vicoprofen
  16. Oxycodone/APAP
    • Endocet
    • Percocet
    • Roxicet
    • Tylox
  17. Propoxyphene-n/APAP
    • Darvocet-N
    • Propacet
  18. Celecoxib
    Celebrex
  19. Aspirin
    • Bayer
    • Excedrin
  20. Diclofenac
    • Voltaren
    • Voltaren-XR
    • Cataflam
    • Flector
  21. Etodolac
    Lodine
  22. Ibuprofen
    • Motrin
    • Advil
    • Pamprin IB
    • Uni-Pro
    • Trendar
    • Nuprin
    • Midol 200
    • Ibuprin
    • Haltran
    • Excedrin IB
    • NeoProfen
    • Cal dolor
  23. Indomethacin
    • Indocin
    • Indocin SR
  24. Meloxicam
    Mobic
  25. Nabumetone
    Relafen
  26. Naproxen
    • Naprosyn
    • Anaprox
    • Aleve
  27. What are the most common side effects of Tylenol #3?
    • constipation
    • itching
    • nausea
  28. What schedule is Dilaudid?
    Schedule II controlled
  29. _______ is a long-acting analesic and should be dosed every 12 hours?
    OxyContin
  30. What are some common side effects (3) of oral morphine use?
    • constipation
    • nausea
    • pruritis
  31. Which NSAID is selective for COX-2 and has a reduced incidence of GI ulcers?
    Celebrex
  32. Which narcotic analgesic has the potential side effect of QTc prolongation cardiac arrhthmias?
    methadone
  33. T/F: Fentanyl is available as an oral tablet.
    false
  34. Why would one use Fioricet?
    headache
  35. T/F: aspirin can be used to reduce fever with viral infections in children.
    false
  36. T/F: Ultram should not be given with TCAs as it may cause a seizure.
    true
  37. Which is not a side effect of NSAIDs: agitation, cardiovascular events, GI ulcers, peripheral edema?
    agitation is not
  38. Which narcotic is used in the treatment of opioid addiction?
    methadone
  39. T/F: aspirin can be used to treat headache, Kawasaki disease, or postmyocardial infarction
    true
  40. T/F: Excedrin will interact with Butalbital.
    false
  41. T/F: Excedrin will interact with Ginkgo biloba.
    true
  42. T/F: Excedrin will interact with heparin.
    true
  43. T/F: Excedrin will interact with warfarin.
    true
  44. T/F: if given in exceeding doses, Vicodin could lead to hepatic failure.
    true
  45. Which NSAID is used to treat patent ductus arteriosus in neonates?
    Indomethacin

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Quiz 1- Ch.1
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