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DRUGS 5
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  1. 1st choice for severe depression
    dry mouth
    orthostatic hypotension
    poor concentration
    small concentrations of epi
    levonodefrine contraindicated
    tetracyclines
    tricyclic antidepressant
  2. what are the 2 atypical antidepressants used with SSRI as a first line of treatment
    mild to moderate depression?
    • bupropion
    • venafaxine
  3. what is an atypical antidepressant
    enhances action of vasoconstriction?
    clomipramine
  4. citaloprim
    escitalopram
    setraline
    paxil
    are all what?
    SSRIs
  5. tranylcypromise is an ______
    MAOI
  6. what is for mania
    ADE = hand tremor, dry mouth, dh care plan effected
    drug interactions with COX inhibitors
    decrease metabolism of lithium
    increase blood level-toxic?
    lithium
  7. what is second generation atypical
    ADE=akinesia, tremor, tardive dyskenisia, chronic dry mouth?
    phenothiazines (Haloperidol)
  8. what is butyrophenone used for?
    antipsychotic med
  9. what is an atypical antipsychotic?
    siperidone
  10. what is a daytime sedation barbiturate?
    meprobamate
  11. what is a short term non barbiturate sedation 7-10 days?
    zolpidem (Ambien)
  12. what are 4 non barbiturate sedatives
    ADE-drowsiness
    avoid alcohol
    CNS depressants?
    • eszopiclone (Lunesta)
    • zaleplon
    • ramelteon
    • antihistamines
  13. what are 4 parkinson's meds?
    • levodopa-capidopa
    • selegiline
    • bromocriptine
    • aantadine
  14. what is phenytoin (Dilantin)?
    • an anticonvulsant
    • gingival enlargement
    • conjunction with phenobarbital
    • tonic clonic and partial seizures
    • focal
    • ASA increases effects and toxicity
    • hirsutism
  15. what is the MOST COMMON barbiturate used for epilepsy
    luminal- tonic clonic and partial seizures?
    phenobarbital
  16. what is for partial seizures
    trigeminal neuralgia
    does not cause gingival hyperplasia
    tonic clonic and partial seizures- focal seizures?
    carbamazepine (Tegretol)
  17. what is for primarily absence seizures
    tonic clonic and myoclonic
    ADE= inhibits platelet aggregation, determine bleeding time
    caution with other drug anticoagulants?
    valproic acid(Valproate)
  18. what treats myoclonic
    absence seizures are resistant to treatment?
    clonazepam
  19. what is the treatment of uncomplicated seizures
    drug of choice for petit mal
    does not control seizures?
    ethosuximide (Zaratonin)
  20. adjunct therapy in partial and generalized seizures
    gabapentin
  21. refractory partial and tonic clonic seizure drug
    felbamate
  22. refractory complex partial seizures approved for tx of bipolar disorders
    lamotrigine

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