Pharmacy1&2.txt

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Pharmacy1&2.txt
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Pharmacy Quiz 1 and 2
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Key terms for Pharmacy Chapters 1 and 2
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  1. Compressed powdered drugs
    Caplets
  2. Soft chewable tablets
    Molded tablets
  3. Special covering over powdered drug
    Enteric coated tablets
  4. Release small amounts of a drug over time
    Sustained release
  5. Drug dissolved in a liquid that does not settle out
    Solution
  6. Powdered drug in a gelatin capsule
    Gel caps
  7. Drug disolved in a liquid that will settle out
    Suspension
  8. Suspension dissolved in a fat or oil
    Emulsion
  9. Drug dissolved in sugar water
    syrup
  10. Alcohol solution applied to the skin
    Tincture
  11. Drugs dissolved in an oil base and rubbed on to the skin
    Liniment
  12. Drug suspensions applied to the skin without rubbing
    Lotions
  13. Semisolid dosage form for external use
    Ointments and creams
  14. Semisolid orally administered drug form
    paste
  15. small airthight glass container
    ampule
  16. therapeutic agent composed of specially prepared plat or animal parts
    Extract
  17. Small booklets containing drug info
    formularies
  18. Preservatives, additives and stabilizers
    Inert ingredients
  19. Fairly rare adverse reactions
    Precautions
  20. More serious or frequent reactions
    Warnings
  21. Circumstances in which a drug should not be used
    Contraindications
  22. Twice a day
    BID
  23. Right eye
    OD
  24. Left eye
    OS
  25. Both eyes
    OU
  26. Daily
    QD
  27. 4 times a day
    QID
  28. Every other day
    QOD
  29. Once a day (only in vet med)
    SID
  30. Three times a day
    TID
  31. Temp < 8 deg C or 46 deg F
    Cold
  32. 8-15 deg Celsius / 46-59 deg F
    Cool
  33. 15-30 degrees C / 59-86 degrees F
    Room temperature
  34. 30-40 deg C / 86-104 deg F
    Warm
  35. > 40 deg C or 104 deg F
    Excessive heat
  36. Cell poison drugs
    Cytotoxic
  37. Used to treat cancer
    Antineoplastics
  38. Cause Birth defects
    Teratogenics or mutagenics

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