drug terms

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  1. Receptor Site
    point of attachment at cellular level for drugs, viruses, or chemicals.
  2. point of attachment at cellular level for drugs, viruses, or chemicals.
    Receptor Site
  3. Schedule II DRUG
    • A) drug or other substance has high potential for abuse
    • B) drug or other substance has a currently accepted medical use in treatment in US or a currently accepted medical use w/ servere restrictions
    • C) abuse of drug or other substance may lead to severe psychological or physical dependence
  4. A) drug or other substance has high potential for abuse
    B) drug or other substance has a currently accepted medical use in treatment in US
    or a currently accepted medical use w/ servere restrictions
    C) abuse of drug or other substance may lead to severe psychological or physical dependence
    Schedule II DRUG
  5. Anesthetic
    drug-induced loss of consciousness during wh/ patients are not arousable, even by painful stimulation.
  6. drug-induced loss of consciousness during wh/ patients are not arousable, even by painful stimulation.
    Anesthetic
  7. Analgesic
    blocking the conscious sensation of pain
  8. blocking the conscious sensation of pain
    Analgesic
  9. Agonist
    drug wh/ binds w/ a receptor site causing the desiring effect
  10. drug wh/ binds w/ a receptor site causing the desiring effect
    Agonist
  11. Antagonist
    drug wh/ binds w/ a receptor site, blocking it, but not causing the desired effect
  12. drug wh/ binds w/ a receptor site, blocking it, but not causing the desired effect
    Antagonist
  13. Half Life
    period of time required for concentration or amout of drug in the body to be reduced by 1/2
  14. period of time required for concentration or amout of drug in the body to be reduced by 1/2
    Half Life
  15. Beta Agonist Effects
    • stimulates beta receptor sites will produce:
    • Beta 1 (heart) increase chronotropic (rate), intropic (contractility), dromotropic (conductivity)
    • Beta 2 (lungs & body) bronchodilation
  16. stimulates beta receptor sites will produce:
    Beta 1
    (heart) increase chronotropic (rate), intropic (contractility), dromotropic (conductivity)
    Beta 2 (lungs & body) bronchodilation
    Beta Agonist Effects
  17. Opiate Properties
    • 1) analgesia
    • 2) euphoria
    • 3) sedation
    • 4) miosis
    • 5) decreases preload & afterload -workload -BP
    • 6) may cause respiratory depression & hypotension
  18. 1) analgesia
    2) euphoria
    3) sedation
    4) miosis
    5) decreases preload & afterload -workload -BP
    6) may cause respiratory depression & hypotension
    Opiate Properties
  19. Prototype Drug
    best exhibits all of the qualities of a drug class (morphine is the prototype opiate, ativan is the prototype benzo)
  20. best exhibits all of the qualities of a drug class (morphine is the prototype opiate, ativan is the prototype benzo)
    Prototype Drug

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