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  1. classification of drug that relieves pain without loss of consciousness
    analgesics
  2. two common types of analgesics
    • tylenol
    • aspirin
  3. classification of drug that neutralizes stomach acid
    antacid
  4. an example of antacid that is commonly referred to as milk of magnesium is called ______
    mylanta
  5. classification of drug that prevents or delays blood clotting
    anticoagulant
  6. two common types of anticoagulants
    • coumadin
    • heparin
  7. classification that reduces anxiety
    antianxiety
  8. two common types of antianxiety meds
    • xanax
    • valium
  9. classification that prevents or relieves cough
    antitussives (codeine)
  10. classification that increases urinary output
    diuretic
  11. a diuretic example
    lasix
  12. classification that reduces blood sugar levels
    hypoglycemic
  13. responsibilities and principles of drug administration
    • time
    • route
    • amount
    • medicine
    • patient
    • documentation
  14. four categories of gastrointestinal administration
    • oral
    • nasogastric
    • gastric tube
    • rectal
  15. You administer a teaspoon of medication, how many milliliters would be measured in a syringe
    5 ml
  16. D5W refers to:
    Dextrose 5% in water
  17. Abbreviation: DC
    discontinue
  18. Ad Lib
    as desired
  19. The most common drugs in the category of adrenergic blockers:
    Propanolol or Inderol
  20. Which kind of side effects would a health care worker observe for a patient receiving an adrenergic blocking agent
    hypotension, bradycardia, hypoglycemia and fatigue/lethargy (brochospasm, N/V) confusion
  21. classification of drug that has high abuse potential
    CI
  22. classification of drug that has high abuse potential may lead to severe dependence
    CII
  23. classification of drug that may lead to limited dependence
    CIII
  24. classification that has a low abuse potential/prescription may be written by health care practioner:
    CIV
  25. classification that has low abuse potential
    CV
  26. rules set to assure consumers that they get what they pay for
    drug standards
  27. the law says that all preparations called by the same drug name must be of
    uniform strength, quality, and purity
  28. this act mandates that all OTC drugs a patient takes must be documented as part of the medical record
    OBRA
  29. how should controlled substances be secured
    double locked
  30. when was the first major drug law passed
    1906
  31. common or general name assigned to a drug
    generic name
  32. the name by which the pharmaceutical company identifies its product
    trade name
  33. the exact molecular formula of a drug
    chemical name
  34. name of the drug as it appears in the USP/NF
    official name
  35. the 3 in tylenol no.3 refers to what?
    the amount of one of the generic components
  36. damage to the eighth cranial nerve
    ototoxicity
  37. damage to the kidneys
    nephrotoxicity
  38. cellular changes that occur as a result of the drug
    actions
  39. the drug process
    • absorption
    • distribution
    • metabolism
    • excretion
  40. passage of substance through a membrane into the blood stream
    absorption
  41. moving form the blood stream into the tissues and fluids of the body
    distribution
  42. physical and chemical alterations that a substance undergoes in the body
    metabolism
  43. eliminating waste products of drug metabolism from the body
    excretion
  44. the more positive a person feels the more positive the physical response is known as what effect?
    placebo effect
  45. the action of two drugs working tougher in which one helps the other simulaneously
    synergism
  46. the action of two drugs in which one prolongs or multiplies the effect of another
    potentiation
  47. the action of two drugs in which one works against another
    antagonism
  48. initial high dose used to elevate the level of a drug in the blood
    loading dose
  49. smallest amount of drug that will produce a therapeutic efect
    minimum dose
  50. largest amount of drug that will produce desired effect without toxicity
    maximum dose
  51. dose that is customarily given adjusted according to variations from the norm
    therapeutic dose
  52. which route of administration is the fastest
    intravenous
  53. the route that is most common and easiest
    oral
  54. route of admin that relies on slow consistent doses
    transdermal
  55. a fairly rapid route of administration
    intramuscular
  56. fast acting route because of he large surface
    inhalation

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