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  1. The prototype for opioid against is?
    Morphine
  2. What are the stages of anesthesia?
    • 1) Analgesia
    • 2) Excitement
    • 3) Surgical Anesthesia
    • 4) Medullary Paralysis
  3. Sensory afferent neurons carry what?
    Afferent neurons carry neurons from the receptors toward the CNS and are interpreted as sensations.
  4. Ketamine is considered what type of anesthetic?
    Dissociative
  5. What is the brand name for promethazine?
    Phenergan
  6. The generic name for Ultram is?
    Tramadol
  7. State approved detoxification programs use what drug?
    Methadone
  8. Where are subcutaneous injections injected?
    Under the skin
  9. Which of the following is used currently only for minor procedures such as obstetrics and dental procedures?
    N2O - laughing gas
  10. Delayed released tablets are coated with a special coating? True or False
    True
  11. The ganglion is a basic nervous cell?
    True or False
    False - a neuron is a basic nervous cell
  12. Advantages of IV anesthetics?
    Rapid induction and prompt recovery with minimal dose.
  13. What part of the brain regulates cardiac, vasomotor, and respiratory functions?
    Medulla Oblongata
  14. Define toxic effect.
    When a medication produces a life threatening effect or permanent damage.
  15. Generic name for Toradol?
    Ketorolac
  16. Fight or Flight releases what?
    Norepinephrine and Epinephrine
  17. Opioid MOA related to their binding to the primary opioid receptors
    Mu, Kappa, Delta, & Sigma
  18. What are special consideration prior to anesthesia?
    Alcoholism, obesity, smoking, pregnancy, young age, and advanced age
  19. Brand name for Promethazine?
    Phenergan
  20. Morphine effects are?
    Agonist

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