Pharmacology

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Pharmacology
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Pharmacology Quiz VT applied science
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VT9 Term 2 Final VT7 Applied Science
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  1. Giving a medication orally is abbreviated as
    PO
  2. The most important organ for metabolism of drugs is the
    Liver
  3. The most important organ for excretion of drugs is the
    Kidney
  4. Who may authorize a refill of a prescription medication?
    DVM
  5. A controlled substance, with no medicinal use and a high potential for drug abuse is classified as schedule
    I
  6. The regulatory agency that specifies the labeling requirements for all drugs used in veterinary medicine is the
    FDA
  7. Prescription drugs are also known as
    Legend Drugs
  8. Which of the following routes of administration absorbs drugs slowest?
    PO
  9. Which of the following is a preparation of finely divided, undissolved powder dispersed in water?
    Suspension
  10. Drugs are made from which of the following sources?
    Plants, Animals, Mold & Fungi, Chemicals
  11. Which of the following is NOT true about controlled substances?
    A veterinarian must be registered with the EPA in order to prescribe them.
  12. Which of the following does NOT need to be on a written prescription order?
    Patient's date of birth
  13. A prescription reads: Amoxicillin 2.5mL PO BID x 14 days. How many mL should be dispensed?
    70
  14. An animal's response to a drug may be affected by which of the following?
    Hydration, Genetics, Nutritional status, Disease state
  15. The doctor tells you to instruct a client on administration of a drug. The dose is 5 teaspoons. What syringe will you give to the client?
    35mL
  16. Drugs that can cross this barrier can cause diarrhea and other problems in nursing puppies and kittens
    Blood-mammary gland barrier
  17. Drugs administered PO must be able to cross this barrier to get into the bloodstream if it is for a systemic disease
    Blood-intestine barrier
  18. When treating infections in the interior of the eye, a drug needs to pass what barrier?
    Blood-aqueous barrier
  19. The drug name that is based on the chemical structure of the drug is the
    Genetic name
  20. A ten pound Siamese, named "Killer", is to receive Amoxicillin at a dose of 10mg/kg SQ BID x 14d. The strength of the drug is 100mg/ml

    How many milligrams of Amoxicillin are needed for each dose?
    45.5 mg
  21. A ten pound Siamese, named "Killer", is to receive Amoxicillin at a dose of 10mg/kg SQ BID x 14d. The strength of the drug is 100mg/ml

    How many total milliliter of Amoxicillin will "Killer" receive?
    0.45 mL
  22. A ten pound Siamese, named "Killer", is to receive Amoxicillin at a dose of 10mg/kg SQ BID x 14d. The strength of the drug is 100mg/ml

    What is the weight of "Killer" in kilograms?
    4.5 kg
  23. By which of the following routes of administration are drugs absorbed fastest?
    Intracardiac
  24. A controlled substance with the lowest potential for drug abuse is classified as schedule?
    V
  25. An animal's response to a drug would be affected by its
    Obesity, Excitement, Disease
  26. Intraosseous stands for
    Into bone medullary cavity
  27. The Therapeutic Ratio is
    Relation between a drug's desired effect and a drug's toxic effect
  28. What is the term for a reason not to use a particular drug?
    Contraindication
  29. Which of the following is NOT one of the 5 rights of patient drug administration?
    Right status
  30. Two phases occur primarily in the liver. What are they called?
    Deactivation and detoxification
  31. Administration of topical medication means of the drug is absorbed into skin cells or through the mucous membrane into the blood stream (T/F)
    True
  32. The blood supply of subcutaneous tissue is greater than muscular tissue (T/F)
    False
  33. Biological half life is the degree to which a drug is absorbed and reaches general circulation (T/F)
    False
  34. Passive absorption is diffusion of molecules from an area of increased concentration to an area of decreased concentration (T/F)
    True
  35. Drugs bound to protein are inactive because they are unavailable to bind with receptors at the site of action (T/F)
    True

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