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100

What are: treatment of hypertension, cardiac arrhythmia, angina pectoris, and migraine headaches
Uses for the adrenergic blocker drugs include:

100

What are: hypersensitivity reactions, superinfections, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
Side effects of the penicillins may include:

100

What is promoting sedation
Sedatives are given for the purpose of:

100

What is increasing the concentrations of serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine by inhibiting the monoamine oxidase enzyme
The mechanism of antidepressant action of the MAOIs involves:

100

What is antilipidemics agents
Drug therapy for patients with elevated serum cholesterol and increased low-density lipoprotein concentrations

200

What is thiazides
The classification of diuretics used to prevent calculus formation in those with hypercalciuria is:

200

What is avoid gas-forming foods
Patients taking antiflatulent agents should be instructed regarding.

200

What is relieving mild to moderate pain, fever, and anti-inflammatory conditions
The nonopiods are given for the purposes of:

200

What is treating patients with bipolar disorder
Lithium salts are use for the purpose of:

200

What is coronary vasodilators
Medications that dilate the blood vessels that feed the heart muscle

300

What is Lasix
An example of a loop diuretic.

300

What is simple constipation unrelieved by natural methods
Bulk-forming laxatives such as psyllium, cellulose derivatives, polycarbophil, and bran are the treatment of choice for.

300

What is tolerance
Requiring a larger dose of medication to achieve the same level of effect.

300

What is treating patients with various types of depression
Antidepressant medications are used primarily for the purpose of

300

What is ischemia
Insufficient blood supply to a part, resulting in acute pain

400

What is Zyloprim
A medication given for chronic gout that is not uricosuric

400

What is antidiarrheals
Drugs that act in various ways to reduce the number of loose stools

400

What is subjective
If something can be experienced or perceived only by the individual

400

What is psychotropic
Drugs that can exert a therapeutic effect on a person’s mental processes, emotions, or behavior.

400

What is cardiotonic
The action of strengthening the heartbeat

500

What is a change of urine color to orange-red which may stain fabrics and stain contact lenses
Appropriate patient education for patients being treated with Pyridium.

500

What is antacids
Drugs that act by partially neutralizing gastric hydrochloric acid

500

What is avoid antacids
Patients taking antibiotics should be instructed to:

500

What is promoting sleep
Hypnotics are given for the purpose of:

500

What is inhibition of the synthesis of prostaglandins
The action of NSAIDs is:

Pharmacology Round # 2

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