CNS Drugs

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CNS Drugs
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  1. Citalopram
    Celexa
  2. Depression
  3. SSRI
  4. Fluoxetine
    Prozac/Serafem
  5. SSRIs
  6. Depression
  7. Sertaline
    Zoloft
  8. SSRIs
  9. Depression
  10. Amitriptyline
    Generic Only
  11. Depression
  12. Tricyclic Antidepressant
  13. Bupropion
    Wellbutrin/Zyban
  14. Atypical Antidepressants
  15. Depression
  16. Mirtazapine
    Remeron
  17. Atypical Antidepressants
  18. Depression
  19. Venlafaxine
    Effexor
  20. Atypical Antidepressents
  21. Depression
  22. Haloperidol
    Haldol
  23. Typical Neuroleptics
  24. Schizophrenia
  25. Aripiprazole
    Abilify
  26. Atypical Neuroleptics
  27. Schizophrenia
  28. Olanzapine
    Zyprexa
  29. Atypical Neuroleptics
  30. Schizophrenia
  31. Quetiapine
    Seroquel
  32. Atypical Neuroleptics
  33. Schizophrenia
  34. Risperidone
    Risperidal
  35. Atypical Neuroleptics
  36. Schizophrenia
  37. Lithium
    LIthobid
  38. Antimanic
  39. Bipolar Disorder
  40. Phenytoin
    Dilantin
  41. Antiepileptics
  42. Seizure Disorder
  43. Divalproex
    Depakote
  44. Antiepileptics
  45. Seizure
  46. Carbamazepine
    Tegretol
  47. Antiepileptics
  48. Seizures
  49. Gabapentin
    Neurontin
  50. Antiepileptics
  51. Lamotrigine
    Lamictal
  52. Anitepileptics
  53. Seizures
  54. Levetiracetam
    Keppra
  55. Antiepileptics
  56. Seizures
  57. Phenobarbital
    Luminal
  58. Barbiturates/Benzodiazepines
  59. Seizures
  60. Clonazepam
    Klonopin
  61. Barbiturates/Benzodiazepines
  62. Diazepam
    Valium/Diastat
  63. Barbiturates/Benzodiazepines
  64. Lorazepam
    Ativan
  65. Barbiturates/Benzodiazepines
  66. Temzaepam
    Restoril
  67. Benzodiaepines
  68. Insomnia
  69. Eszopiclone
    Lunesta
  70. Misc. Hypnotics
  71. Insomnia
  72. Trazodone
    Desyrel
  73. Misc. Hypnotics
  74. Insomnia
  75. Zolpidem
    Ambien
  76. Misc. Hypnotics
  77. Insomnia
  78. Modafinil
    Provigil
  79. Nonamphetamine Stimulants
  80. Narcolepsy
  81. Amphetamine & Destroamphetamine
    Adderall
  82. Stimulant
  83. ADD/ADHD
  84. Dextroamphetamine
    Dexedrine
  85. Stimulant
  86. ADD/ADHD
  87. Methylphenidate
    Ritalin/Methylin/Concerta
  88. Stimulants
  89. ADD/ADHD
  90. Atomoxetine
    Strattera
  91. Stimulants
  92. ADD/ADHD
  93. Carbidopa & Levodopa
    Sinimet
  94. Dopaminergic Agonists
  95. Parkinsons
  96. Pramipexole
    Mirapex
  97. Dopaminergic Agonists
  98. Parkinsons
  99. Ropinerole
    ReQuip
  100. Dopaminergic Agonists
  101. Parkinsons
  102. Benztropine
    Cogentin
  103. Anticholinergics
  104. Parkinsons
  105. Donepezil
    Aricept
  106. Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitors
  107. Alzheimers Disease
  108. Memantine
    Namenda

    NMDA Receptor Inhibitors

    Alzheimers Disease
  109. Side Effects/counseling points of MS
    • flu-like symptons
    • headache
    • fatigue
    • weight loss
    • refrigerate
  110. Counseling points/side effects of Parkinson drugs
    • Drowsiness
    • sedation
    • confusion

    AA
  111. Side effects/counseling points for Alzheimers
    • Drowsiness
    • diarrhea

    • AA
    • Take with food
  112. Side Effects of Anxiety Drugs
    Drowsiness

    AA

    Azapirones: TWF
  113. Side effects/Counseling Points for Depression Drugs
    • Drowsiness
    • AA

    • Tricyclic:
    • Discolored urine
    • Sun exposure

    • Atypical:
    • TWF
  114. Side Effects/Counseling Points for Schizophrenia
    • Drowsiness
    • AA
    • Sun exposure
  115. Side Effects/Counseling Points for Bipolar Drugs
    • Drowsiness
    • AA
    • TWF
  116. Side Effects/Counseling Points
    • Drowsiness
    • AA

    • Barbiturates/Benzodiazepines:
    • Habit Forming
  117. Side Effects/Counseling Points for Insomnia drugs
    • Drowsiness
    • AA
    • HF
  118. Side Effects/Counseling Points for Narcolepsy
    • AA
    • oral contraceptives decrease
    • HF
  119. Side Effects/ Counseling Points for ADD/ADHD
    AA

    • Stimulants:
    • HF

    • Nonstimulant:
    • Drowsiness
  120. Mechanism of MS
    alters immune response and inflammation
  121. Mechanism of Parkinsons Dopaminergic Agonists
    Act on synapse of dopamine receptors
  122. Mechanism of Parkinson's Anticholinergics
    Reduces acetylcholine @ synapse
  123. Mechanism of Alzheimers Acetylcholinesterase
    Reduces AChE @ synapse, increase ACh
  124. Mechanism of Alzheimers NMDA
    Blocks glutamate @ NMDA receptor
  125. Mechanism of Benzodiazepines
    Binds to GABA receptors, reduces excitability
  126. Mechanism of Anxiety Azapirones
    Binds to dopamine and serotonin receptors
  127. Mechanism of SSRI
    reuptake of serotonin @ terminal knob
  128. Mechanism of Tricyclic
    reuptake of serotonin & norepinephrine
  129. Mechanism of Atypical Antidepressants
    reuptake of adrenergic, serontonergic & dopaminergic
  130. Mechanism of Schizophrenia
    Block dopamine
  131. Mechanism of Seizure Antiepileptics
    suppress seizure activity
  132. Mechanism of Seizure Ben/Barb
    Binding of GABA
  133. Mechanism of Insomnia
    Block GABA
  134. Mechanism of ADD Stimulants
    Stimulates release of norepinephrine & dopamine

    Blocks MOA
  135. Mechanism of ADD Nonstimulant
    inhibits reuptake of norepinephrine
  136. What does the ANS stimulate?
    Cardiac,smooth and glandular
  137. Fibromyalgia
    widespread pain in muslces, ligaments & tendons

    fatigue & multiple tender spots
  138. Myasthenia Gravis
    autoimmune disease where antibodies bind to acetylcholine receptors and inhibit neurotransmission
  139. Neuralgia
    Intense burning or stabbing pain by affected nerve or nerves
  140. Peripheral Neuropathies
    disruptions in conduction of nerve impulses resulting in either motor or sensory dysfunctions
  141. Spinal cord injuries
    Complete transaction, or cut of the spinal cord resulting in total motor and sensory loss
  142. Sleep is regulated by ........
    Reticular activating system
  143. REM is essential for what?
    mental restoration
  144. Encephalitis
    inflammation of the brain caused by infection or heavy metal poisoning
  145. Hydrocephalus
    CSF unable to drain from ventricles
  146. Parkinsons
    idopathic, deficit of dopamine in nigrostriatal system
  147. Benezodiazepine Trade/Generic
    • Clonazepam Klonopin
    • Lorazepam Ativan
    • Alaprazolam Xanax
    • Diazepam Valium/Diastat
    • Temazepam Restoril
  148. Alzheimers Classes
    • NMDA Receptor Inhibitors
    • AChE Inhibitors
  149. Seizure types
    • General Absence
    • General Tonic-Clonic
  150. Anxiety Benzodiazepines story
    Anxious Ben Xcites All Colonial Kids (into) Likeing Avatar And Beastie Boys
  151. Depression story for tricyclic and Atypical
    3 downer debbies Ain't All Games But With Zebra Marijuana (the) Rtards Venture Everywhere
  152. Story for Dopaminergic Agonists
    ReRe's watch CLS @ PM
  153. Schizo's story
    Schizo's Typically Need Happy Handjobs. Atypical Schizo's Need Pipis ability or zebras (being) quite, serquel & repeatedly riding
  154. Sympathetic is (adren or choliner)?
    Adrengeric
  155. What Neurotransmitters are in the sympathetic?

    What Enzymes stop them?
    Norepinephrine & Epinephrine

    MOA & COMT
  156. What Receptors are found in the somatic?
  157. Dopamine
    regulates movement & emotional behavior

    reward system
  158. Serotonin
    mood or emotion

    • appetite
    • sleep
    • GI
  159. ACh
    Processing memory or learning
  160. thalamus
    sensory organs to the brain
  161. Hypothalamus
    • Involuntary bodily processes
    • metabolism, body temp ect
  162. Pituitary gland
    Master Gland
  163. Cerebral Cortex
    body control, voluntary movement, vision, hearing, speech
  164. Medulla Oblongata
    Cardiac, vasomotor & respiratory
  165. Limbic system
    reward & punishment
  166. Drug class of choice in treating depression due to decreased side effects?
    SSRI
  167. What nervous system is responsible for voluntary muscle?
    Sensory Somatic
  168. catecholamines
    • Norepinephrine
    • Epinephrine
  169. Adrenergic Activity
    Sympathetic
  170. How many beta receptors are there
    2 on the lungs and 1 on the heart

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