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pharmacology week five test
pharmacology week 5 test
What chemical is produced by the body and contributes to the pain that is associated with inflammation?
There are fewer sensory nerves in the ______ and ______ than in the _____ and _______
thorax and viscera; skin and muscle
More common physiologic responses to pain are ________ heart rate and blood pressure
______ are the type of drug most often used for more severe post-op pain, while ______ are more often used for
Gently talking to and stroking an animal and ________ pain in most animals
What are the 3 most common side effects of narcotics in dogs?
High doses of narcotics in which 2 species can cause excitement?
cats and horses
the medical term for a fever reducer is:
increased response to a stimulus is known as ________ while ________ refers to the prod of pain due to a stimulus that does not normally provoke pain
Which NSAID is contraindicated for use in dogs?
alpha2 andrenergic agonists can be reversed with which 2 drugs?
yohimbine and antiseden (atepamezole)
The most common adverse reaction to NSAIDs is:
Detomidine _______ a controlled substance
Corticosteroids ________ be used with NSAIDs
What are kappa and mu?
receptors that allow opioids to work
T/F: a drug induced unconciousness that is controlled and reversible is known as general anes:
T/F: induction with gas anes is safer than IV induction
To have quick access to a vein, especially in case of emergency and needing to give drugs quickly, what do we place in a vein prior to sx?
After intubation but before the cuff is inflated, what must be done in regard to the endotracheal tube?
check for proper placement of the tube
Are animals most likely to be hypothermic or hyperthermic after general anes?
pre-anes agents are used to _______ the dose of other drugs that we give as anes
Which 2 classifications of drugs may be adventageous to use due to the fact that they are reversible?
opioids and A2 agonists
How often are vitals recorded when monitoring anes?
every 5 mins
what drug is used to de-sensitize the larynx of a cat prior to intubation?