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  1. Refers to nerves, receptors and drugs of the parasympathetic system?
    Cholinergic
  2. Drug that acts @ neuronal endings. Reduces formation/release of NE?
    Adrenergic neuronal blocker
  3. Name a few drugs that block epinephrine @ beta receptors LEAVING bronchi alone?
    • Cardio selective beta blockers
    • Sectral - acebutolol
    • Tenormin - atenolol
  4. Receptor that responds to acetylcholine?
    Cholinergic
  5. Proof of effectiveness?
    Efficacy
  6. An individual reaction to a drug w/an unusual or unexpected response?
    Idiosyncrasy
  7. Initiates appropriate motor responses?
    efferent nerve
  8. Receives & Interprets sensory information?
    Afferent nerves
  9. Refers to nerves, receptors and drugs of the sympathetic system?
    Adrenergic
  10. Receptors that respond to norepinephrine and epinephrine?
    Adrenergic
  11. Blocks enzyme that produces cholesterol in body. Increases levels of HDL?
    HMG-CoA - (statin)
  12. Name some HMG-CoA's?
    • Crestor - rosuvastatin
    • Lipitor - atorvastatin
    • Zocor - simvastatin
  13. Name a few drugs that block epinephrine at ALL beta receptors?
    • Non selective beta blockers
    • Inderal - propranolol
    • Corgard - nadolol
  14. What do calcium channel blockers do & name a few?
    • Block Ca+ from entering cardiac muscle limiting contraction decreasing HR & BP
    • Cardizem - diltiazem
    • Calan - verapamil
    • Cardene - nicardipine
  15. What do ACE Inhibitors do?
    Name a few?
    • Don't allow angiotensin I to convert to II which is a potent vasoconstrictor.
    • Lotensin - benazepril
    • Capoten - enalapril
  16. What do ARBs do?
    Name a few?
    • Keeps what had converted to Angiotensin II from binding to its receptor.
    • Cozaar - losartan
    • Benicar - olmesartan
  17. What does ARB & ACE stand for?
    • Angiotensin Receptor Blocker
    • Angiotensin Converting Enzyme
  18. What do platelet aggregation inhibitors do? And name a few?
    • Prevents platelets from binding together.
    • Plavix - clopidogrel
    • Bayer - aspirin
  19. What is:
    1) a low molecular weight heparin
    2) inhibits clotting factor X
    3) measured in mg
    4) given subcutanenous NEVER orally
    Lovenox - enoxaparin
  20. What is:
    1) measured in units
    2) given IV / subcutaneous NEVER orally
    3) inhibits clotting factor X
    4) first anticoagulant
    Heparin
  21. Most beta blockers end in?
    olol
  22. Most alpha blockers end in?
    azosin
  23. Most calcium channel blockers end in?
    dipine
  24. Most ACE inhibitors end in?
    pril
  25. Most ARB end in?
    vasartan - sartan
  26. Most HMG-CoA end in?
    statin
  27. What is:
    1) measured in mg
    2) given orally
    3) blood thinner
    Coumadin - warfarin
  28. 30mL = _____floz
    1 floz = ____mL
  29. 250mL = ______floz
    8 floz = ____mL
  30. 500mL =____pint
    1 pint =____mL
  31. 1000mL = ______L
    • 1 L = _______mL
    • 1 L = _______cc
    • 1 L = _______qt
  32. 30mg = _____grain
    .5grain = _____mg
  33. 60mg = _____grain
    1grain = _____mg
  34. 100mg = _____grain
    1.5grain = _____mg

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