Pharm Chapter #21

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Pharm Chapter #21
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  1. Biochemical substances epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine are called:
    A. tyrosines
    B. metabolites
    C. catecholamines
    D. adrenergics
    C
  2. Drugs that affect psychic function, dehavior, or experience are called :
    A. psychotropic
    B. anticholinergic
    C. adrenergic
    D. antibiotic
    A
  3. Tricyclic antidepressants should not be given together with:
    A. cheese
    B. protein foods that are aged
    C. monoamine oxidase inhibitors
    D. caffeine
    C
  4. ___________ is/ are used for the treatment of the manic episode of bipolar disease.
    A. monoamine oxidase inhibitors
    B. tricyclic antidepressants
    C. elavil
    D. lithium
    D
  5. _________ _________ modify psychotic behavior and are called neuroleptocs
    A. antidepressive agents
    B. antipsychotic agents
    C. antimanic agent
    D. antianxiety agents
    B
  6. The early signs of lithium intoxication are:
    A. diarrhhea, vomiting, drowsiness, muscle weakness, lack of coordination
    B. dryness of the mouth, lethargy, abdominal pain
    C. dizziness, slurred speech, tremor, nystagnus
    D. all of these
    B
  7. the generic name for prozac is:
    A. fluoxetine
    B. alprazolam
    C. diazepam
    D. prazepam
    A
  8. ______ may increase the bioavailability of certain tricyclic antidepressants
    A. xanax
    B. librium
    C. tagamet
    D. tranxene
    C

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