DRUGS 2

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DRUGS 2
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2011-04-24 10:36:45
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  1. what is an anti-nausea for bloating/cruising?
    scopolamine (Transderm Scop)
  2. what is scopolamine?
    anti-nausea boating/cruising
  3. what is a short acting bronchodilator corticosteroid spray?
    albuterol
  4. albuterol is what?
    a short acting bronchodilator corticosteroid spray
  5. what is inhaled rapidly for acute asthma attacks?
    isoproterenol
  6. isoproterenol is used for what type of attacks?
    inhaled rapidly for acute asthma attacks
  7. what dilates bronchioles; reverses bronchospasm?
    metraproterenol
  8. what two things does metaproterenol do?
    • dilates bronchiols
    • reverses bronchospasm
  9. beclomethazone diproprianate
    fluticazone
    budesonide
    triamcinolone acetonide
    flunicolide
    are all what?
    corticosteroids for long term use to prevent asthma attacks
  10. what is beclomethazone diproprianate used for?
    corticosteroid for long term use to prevent asthma attacks
  11. what is fluticanazone used for?
    long term corticosteroid to prevent asthma attacks
  12. what is budesonide used for?
    corticosteroid for long term use to prevent asthma attacks
  13. what is triamcinolone acetonide used for?
    corticosteroid for long term use to prevent asthma attacks
  14. what is flunicolide used for?
    corticosteroid for long term use to prevent asthma attacks
  15. salmaterol and formoterol are both _____ acting _______
    long acting bronchodilators
  16. what is salmaterol?
    long acting bronchodilator
  17. what is formoterol?
    long acting bronchodilator
  18. what treats chronic asthma and chronic spasm associated with emphysema and chronic bronchitis (erythromycin causes excess levels - toxic)?
    theophylline
  19. what is a management of COPD?
    itraproprium
  20. "RIPE" what does this mnemonic stand for??
    anti - TB drugs
  21. what are the "RIPE" anti-TB drugs?
    • rifampine
    • isoniazid
    • pyrazinamide
    • ethambutol
  22. what is an anti-TB, red urine, tears, and saliva?
    rifampine
  23. what is anti-TB, may lead to hepatoxicity and can be given to family prophylactically for 6 mo to 1 year?
    isoniazid
  24. what are 2 anti-TBs that may lead to hepatoxicity?
    • isoniazid
    • pyrazinamide
  25. what is an anti-TB decreased red/green color; decreased visual activity?
    ethambutol

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