Pharm 7-9

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  1. what class of drug is a Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitor
  2. Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitor SE
    acidosis, hypokalemia
  3. s/s of hyperkalemia/hypokalemia
    nausea, lethargy, muscle weakness
  4. MOA Loop Diuretics
    act along the ascending limb of henle, blocking chloride & sodium reabsorption
  5. Diuretics for hypertension
    thiazide (eg:hydrochlorothiazide)
  6. Mannitol (Osmitrol) medication administration
    IV only, use of a filter is required
  7. Furosemide (Lasix) is what class of drug
    Loop Diuretic
  8. Transfusion reactions
    blood urine, back pain, fever, flank pain
  9. treatment for hyponatremia
    sodium chloride
  10. Blood products
    Cryoprecipitate, FFP (fresh frozen plasma), PRBC's (packed red blood cells), PPF (plasma protein fraction), Whole blood
  11. MOA of Dextromethorphan
    supress the cough reflex through direct action in the CNS
  12. Dextromethorphan is what class of drug
  13. Treatment with antitussives
    stops the cough reflex when the cough is nonproductive and/or harmful
  14. Antihistamine SE
    dry mouth, difficulty urinating, constipation, changes in vision
  15. Antihistamine teaching
    dont take with other drugs, dont drive,
  16. Antihistamines are used for
    nasal allergies, motion sickness, sleep disorders
  17. Anticholinergic drugs SE
    dry mouth, heart palpations, GI distress, anxiety
  18. Xanthine derivatives SE
    dysrhythmias, tachycardia
  19. theophylline drug levels
  20. Corticosteroids SE
    coughing, dry mouth, oral fungal infection
  21. Dobutamine administration
    IV infusion
  22. Donepezil MOA
    works in the brain to increase levels of acetylcholine by inhibiting acetylcholinesterase
  23. Donepezil is used to treat what
  24. Cholinergic SE
    bradycardia, hypotension,headache,dizzy,
  25. anticholinergic medications MOA
    block ACH receptors to prevent bronchoconstriction
  26. Albumin administration SE
    headache, tachycardia, back pain
  27. Blood aministration
    baseline vitals, history of previous infusions, allergies
  28. Guaifenesin is what type of drug
  29. Expectorant does what
    used for the relief of productive cough, removal of mucus
  30. Guaifenesin MOA
    loosening and thinning secretions in respiratory tract
  31. Guaifenesin SE
    nausea, vomiting, GI irritation
  32. Adrenergic nasal decongestants
    shrink engorged nasal mucous membranes
  33. Acute asthma attack medication
    Beta2 bronchodilator
  34. IV aminophylline MOA
    smooth muscle relaxation, bronchodilation, increased airflow
  35. Adrenergic drug MOA
    constrict small blood vessels that supply upper respiratory infection
  36. Epinephrine MOA
    narrows blood vessels and opens airways in lungs
  37. Pseudoephedrine nose drops SE
    restlessness, nervousness,
  38. Ginko biloba drug interactions
    warfarin, heparin
  39. SE of atrophine sulfate
    dry mouth and nose, bradycardia
  40. Antitussives do what
    stop or reduce coughing
  41. non opioid antitussive
    Vicks or Robitussin
  42. Antitussive adverse effect of Dextromethorphan
    dizziness, drowsiness, nausea
  43. decrease in Potassium caused by diuretics
  44. if you are hyperkalemia what do you give
  45. names of antihistamines
    Benadryl, Claritin
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Pharm 7-9
2012-02-20 23:00:48

Pharm 7-9
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