Pharmacology Review

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  1. Non-Selective Alpha Agonist
    -Phenylephrine
  2. Non-Selective Alpha Antagonists
    • -Phenoxybenzamine
    • -Phentolamine
  3. Alpha 1 Selective Antagonist
    • -Prazosin
    • -Terazosin
    • -Doxazosin
    • -Tamsulosin
  4. Alpha 2 Selective Antagonist
    • -Mirtazapine
    • -Clonidine (central acting)
  5. Non-Selective Beta Agonists
    -Isoproterenol
  6. Beta 2 Selective Agonists
    • -Albuterol
    • -Salmeterol
    • -Terbutaline
    • -Ritodrine
  7. Non-Selective Beta Antagonist
    • -Propanolol
    • -Timolol
    • -Nadolol
    • -Pindolol
  8. Beta 1 Selective Antagonists
    • -Acebutolol
    • -Betaxolol
    • -Esmolol
    • -Atenolol
    • -Metoprolol
  9. AE: Coronary Vasospasm
    • -Cocaine
    • -Sumatriptan
    • -Ergot alkaloids
  10. AE: Cutaneous Flushing "VANC"
    • -V: Vancomycine
    • -A: Adenosine
    • -N: Niacin
    • -C: CCB
  11. AE: Dilated Cardiomyopathy
    • -Doxorubicin (Adriamycin)
    • -Daunorubicin
  12. AE: Torsades de Pointes
    • -Class III: Sotalol
    • -Class IA: Quinidine
  13. AE: Agranulocytosis
    "Could Certainly Cause Pretty Major Damage"
    • C: Clozapine
    • C: Carbamazepine
    • C: Colchicine
    • P: PTU
    • M: Methimazole
    • D: Dapsone
  14. AE: Aplastic Anemia
    • -Choramphenicol
    • -Benzene
    • -NSAIDs
    • -PTU
    • -Methimazole
  15. AE: Direct Coombs' Positive Hemolytic Anemia
    • -Methyldopa
    • -Penicillin
  16. AE: Gray Baby Syndrome
    -Chloramphenicol
  17. AE: Hemolysis in G6PD Deficient Patients
    "Hemolysis IS PAIN"
    • I: Isoniazid
    • S: Sulfonamides
    • P: Primaquine
    • A: Aspirin
    • I: Ibuprofen
    • N: Nitrofurantoin
  18. AE: Megaloblastic Anemia
    "Having a blast with PMS"
    • P: Phenytoin
    • M: Methotrexate
    • S: Sulfa drugs
  19. AE: Cough
    ACEIs
  20. AE: Pulmonary Fibrosis
    "It's hard to BLAB when you have pulmonary fibrosis"
    • BLeomycin
    • Amiodarone
    • Busulfan
  21. AE: Acute Cholestatic Hepatitis, Jaundice
    -Erythromycin
  22. AE: Focal to massive Hepatic Necrosis
    • -Halothane (anesthetics)
    • -Valproic Acid
    • -Acetaminophen
  23. AE: Hepatitis
    -INH
  24. AE: Pseudomembranous Colitis (C diff)
    • -Clindamycin
    • -Ampicilin
  25. AE: Adrenocortical Insufficiency
    -GC withdrawal
  26. AE: Gynecomastia
    "Some Drugs Create Awkward Knockers"
    • S: Spironolactone
    • D: Digitalis
    • C: Cimetidine
    • A: alcohol
    • K: Ketoconazole
  27. AE: Hot Flashes
    • -Tamoxifen
    • -Clomiphene
  28. AE: Hyperglycemia
    • -Niacin
    • -Tacrolimus
    • -Protease Inhibitors
    • -HCTZ
    • -Corticosteroids
  29. AE: Hypothyroidism
    • -Lithium
    • -Amiodarone
    • -Sulfonamides
  30. AE: Gingival Hyperplasia
    • -Phenytoin
    • -Verapamil
  31. AE: Gout
    • -Furosemide
    • -Thiazides
    • -Niacin
    • -Cyclosporine
  32. AE: Myopathies
    "Fish N CHIPS Give you myopathies"
    • F: Fibrates
    • N: Niacin
    • C: Colchicine
    • H: Hydroxychloroquine
    • I: Interferon alpha
    • P: Penicillamine
    • S: Statins
    • G: Glucocorticoids
  33. AE: Osteoporosis
    • -Corticosteroids
    • -Heparin
  34. AE: Photosensitivity
    "I SAT for a photo"
    • S: Sulfonamides
    • A: Amiodarone
    • T: Tetracycline
  35. AE: Rash (SJS)
    "Bad rash after a PEC SLAPP"
    • P: Penicilin
    • E: Ethosuximide
    • C: Carbamazepine

    • S: Sulfa drugs
    • L: Lamotrigine
    • A: Allopurinol
    • P: Phenobarbital
    • P: Phenytoin
  36. AE: SLE-like syndrome
    "It's not HIPP to have Lupus"
    • H: Hydralazine
    • I: INH
    • P: Procainamide
    • P: Phenytoin
  37. AE: Tendonitis
    Fluoroquinolones
  38. AE: Diabetes Insipidus
    • -Lithium
    • -Demeclocycline
  39. AE: Fanconi's Syndrome
    -Expired tetracycline
  40. AE: Hemorrhagic Cystitis
    -Cyclophosphamide (administer with mesna)
  41. AE: Interstitial Nephritis
    • -Methcilin
    • -NSAIDs
    • -Furosemide
  42. AE: SIADH
    • -Carbamazepine
    • -Cyclophosphamide
  43. AE: Cinchonism
    • -Quinidine
    • -Quinine
  44. AE: Parkinson Like Syndrome
    • -Antipsychotics
    • -Reserpine
    • -Metoclopromide
  45. AE: Seizures
    "With seizures I BITE My tongue"
    • I: INH
    • B: Buproprion
    • I: Imipenem/Cilastin
    • T: Tramadol
    • E: Enflurane
    • M: Metoclopramide
  46. AE: Disulfram like Reaction
    • -Metronidazole
    • -Cephalosporins
    • -Procarbazine
    • -Sulfonylureas (first generation)
  47. AE: Nephrotoxicity/Ototoxicity
    • -Aminoglycosides
    • -Vancomycin
    • -Loop diuretics
    • -Cisplatin

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