Pharm E3, I Analeptics

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Pharm E3, I Analeptics
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Pharm E3, I Analeptics
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  1. Analeptic-
    CNS stimulent used to reverse drug-induced CNS depression, particularly Respiratory depression
  2. Examples of analeptics:
    • Doxapram
    • Strychnine
    • Methylxanthines
  3. What is preferred over Analeptics?
    Antagonists
  4. In excess, CNS stimulents can induce...
    Convulsions
  5. Exceptions to Analeptics:
    • Opioid antagonists
    • a2 adrenergic antagonists
    • benzodiazapine antagonists
  6. *What is the most commonly used analeptic?
    Doxapram
  7. Doxapram=>
    Stimulate Respiration
  8. Doxapram is labeled for use in:
    • Dogs
    • Cats
    • Horses
  9. Under what circumstances is doxampram used?
    • General Anasthesia
    • Newborns
    • Cardiopulmonary arrest
  10. In excess, Doxapram =>
    • Hyperventilation
    • Hypertertension
    • Seizures
  11. Duration of action of Doxapram:
    5-10 mins
  12. Today, strychnine is used only for...
    PESTicide
  13. What receptors does Strychnine act on?
    Glycine Antagonist
  14. Strychnine =>
    Potent convulsant agent
  15. Examples of Methylxanthines:
    • Caffeine
    • Theophylline (tea)
    • Theobromine
    • Aminophyllines
  16. Weak bronchiodilators are used to Tx
    • Asthma (bronchodilator in dogs, cats & horses)
    • Cong Heart Dz (dilates coronary aa)
  17. *Weak bronchodilators include:
    • Theophylline
    • Aminophylline
  18. Which seizure medication is not used in cats?
    Br
  19. What medication can cause acute hepatic necrosis in cats?
    Diazapam
  20. Steady State of Phenobarb is mantained w/in...
    14-16 days

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