Pharmacy & Toxicology
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Pharmacy & Toxicology
study of drug actions on living organisms
study of the uses of drugs in the treatment of disease
science method that will relieve pain, cure disease, prolong life
most widely used text/reference in American pharmacies
Remington: the science and practice of pharmacy
textbook of pharmacology,toxicology, and therapeutics?
pharmacological basis of therapeutics (blue bible)
therapeutic dose is based on what 2 standards
24 yr old who weighs 150 lbs
2 primary factors that determine/influence dosage of meds
age and weight
most important of 2 primary factors
Young's rule uses what to get dosage
Clark's rule uses what factor
most common method of administering meds
sublinguals are placed where?
Buccal is placed?
between cheeks and gum
Paternal meds are administered how
process where drug changes from liquid to gas?
drug converts to fine spray by use of compressed gas?
what is the generic name?
common name of drug
what is trade name?
name given by manufacturer
drug that causes shrinkage of skin and mucous membrane?
bland or fatty substances applied to skin to make more soft/pliable?
drug assists in removal of secretions/exudates from trachea, bronchi, or lungs
expectorants or antitussives
reduse congestion/swelling of mucous membranes
suppress the growth of microorganisms
kill susceptible organisms
agent used to disinfect inanimate objects
most important antibiotic made from molds commonly found in bread/fruit
first truly broad-spectrum antibiotics and most valuable to treat mixed infections
drug the facilitate passage an elimination of feces from colon/rectum
polio must be kept how
frozen, once opened and used must be stored at 0 and used within 7 days
science of poisons and their actions/detections
Science of weights and measures
aromatic, sweetened solutions containing medicinal substances
course dispertions comprised of finely divided insoluable materials suspended in liquid
name of glass container with metric measurements
what is the mortar and pestle
used to grind meds into fine powder
knife like utensil used to work powders
glass containers graduated in specific quantities used to measure liquids
written/typed order from provider allowing use of drugs/meds
form number of DOD prescription
what is the "Rx" that means to take
part that lists the names and quantities of ingredient
part that gives directions to the compounder
prescriptions are kept on file for
how many categories of drugs related to its abuse potential
Schedule I is what?
high abuse potential
Schedule IV is
limited abuse potential
type of drugs require vault or safe storage and inventory by the control substance inventory board
Schedule I, II and ethyl alcohol
what does the signa do?
gives directions to the patient
drugs must be entrusted to whom
CO or civilian pharmacist appointed by CO
On smaller vessels drugs may be entrusted to
how often must the Controlled substance inventory board take an unannounced inventory
board must consist of how many individuals and whom
3, two must be commisioned officers