TOP 200-2-QUIZ-1

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  1. Amaryl

    Drug class?
    Glimiperide

    Sulfonylureas
  2. Glucotrol

    Drug class?
    Glipizide

    Sulfonylureas
  3. Micronase, Diabeta

    Class?
    Glyburide

    Sulfonylureas
  4. Glucovance

    Drug class?
    Glyburide + Metformin

    Sulfonylureas and biguanides
  5. Glucophage

    Class?
    Metofrmin

    Biguanides
  6. What are the major side effects associated with biguanidies?
    • Diarrhea
    • Abdominal discomfort
    • lactic acidosis
  7. Actos

    Class?
    Pioglitazone

    Thiazolidinediones
  8. Avandia

    Class?
    Rosiglitazone

    Thiazolidinediones
  9. Januvia

    Class?
    Sitagliptin

    DPP4 Inhibitor
  10. Byetta

    Class?
    Exenatide

    GLP-1 agonist
  11. When is type 1 diabetes diagnosed?
    In children <20 yrs old
  12. When is type 1.5 diabetes diagnosed?
    In adults >20 yrs old
  13. What are the A1c levels for people who are diabetic?
    > 6.5%
  14. What is the FPG for diabetics?
    > 126mg/dL
  15. What is the 2-h plasma glucose for diabetics?
    > 200mg/dL
  16. Hyperglycemics will have a random plasma glucose of?
    > 200mg/dL
  17. What are the symptoms of hyperglycemia?
    Polyuria, polydipsia, headaches, fatigue
  18. What are the symptoms of hypoglycemia?
    Hot, sweaty, shaky, dizzy, pale skin
  19. Do you use a glucagon kit for hyperglycemia or hypoglycemia?
    HYPOglycemia
  20. Which drug class(es) sensitize the body to insulin/control hepatic glucose production?
    Thiazolidinediones

    Biguanides
  21. Which drug class(es) REDUCE glucose production?
    • DPP-4 inhibitors
    • Thiazolidinediones
    • Biganides
    • Sulfonylureas
  22. Humulin N, Novolin N

    Time?
    NPH insulin

    Intermediate (16-24hrs)
  23. Novolog, Humalog, Apidra

    Time?
    Insulin aspart

    Rapid (3-5 hrs)
  24. Humulin R, Novolin R

    Time?
    Regular insulin

    short-acting (up to 8 hrs)
  25. Lantus

    Time?
    Insulin glargine

    Long-acting (up to 24hrs)
  26. What is the max for APAP/day for an ADULT?
    4 GRAMS
  27. What is the max ofr Ibuprofen/day for an ADULT?
    3.2 GRAMS
  28. Which is the "good" Cox?
    COX-1
  29. Which Cox is not produced normally in tissues and is the "bad" Cox?
    COX-2
  30. Celebrex

    Class?
    Celecoxib

    Cox-2 inhibitor
  31. Advil, Motrin

    Class?
    Ibuprofen

    NSAID
  32. Mobic

    Class?
    Meloxicam

    NSAID
  33. Lodine

    Class?
    Etodolac

    NSAID
  34. Relafen

    Class?
    Nambumetone

    NSAID
  35. Cataflam

    Class?
    Diclofenac POTASSIUM

    NSAID
  36. Voltaren

    Class?
    Diclofenac SODIUM

    NSAID
  37. Naprosyn

    Class?
    Naproxen

    NSAID
  38. What are the roles of prostaglandins? (2)
    1- Mediate inflammatory response

    2- Preserves gastric mucosa
  39. True or false, you can give asprin to a 12 year old.
    False, NOT indicated for <16yrs
  40. What is the max dose of ibuprofen/day for CHILDREN?
    40mg/kg/day
  41. What is the max dose of APAP/day for CHILDREN?
    2.6 GRAMS/day
  42. What is the dosing for APAP for infants & children <12yrs?
    10(-15)mg/kg every 4 hours
  43. What is the dosing for ibuprofen in children 6months and older? (2)

    <102.5 Temp

    >102.5 Temp
    5mg/kg/DOSE

    10mg/kg/DOSE

    EVERY 6-8 HOURS

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