Pharmacology
Pharmacology terms
Large animal reproductive terms
Large animal terminology
Miscellaneous
100

Group of prescription drugs that have potential for addiction or abuse.

What are controlled drugs?

100

The period after the last administered drug dose to a food-producing animal in which that animal cannot be slaughtered, and animal products (such as milk/eggs) cannot be used

What is withdrawal time?

100

Birthing in bovines.

What is calving?

100

Diarrhea in large animal species.

What is scours?

100

Amount of drug, in units, that will be given with each administration.

What is the dose?

200

All veterinary ___________ drugs require the following statement: "Caution:  Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian”.

What is prescription?

200

Study of drug movement in the body (what the body does to the drug).

What is pharmacokinetics?

200

Castrated male equine of any age.

What is a gelding?

200

Medical term for GI noises ausculted as part of your large animal PE,  sound like a growing or rumbling sound.

What are borborygmi?

200

VCPR

What is a Veterinarian Client Patient Relationship?

300

This organ is the primary site for drug metabolism.

What is the liver?

300

Drug movement from site of administration to circulating blood.

What is drug absorption?

300

Mature female bovine.

What is a cow?

300

Medical term for burping (discussed with bovines).

What are eructations?

300

The term for drugs injected in to the tissues of the body.

What is parenteral?

400

This organ is the primary site of drug elimination.

What are the kidneys?

400

Frequency of administration and duration of treatment of a drug.

What is the dosage interval?

400

Length of gestation in equines.

What is 330 days?

400

An inadequate quality or amount of colostrum in the foal can result in what?

What is failure of passive transfer?

400

Drug class of anti-hypertensives 

What are cardiac drugs?

500

Reduction in the function of this organ has the most significant impact on drug disposition.

What are the kidneys?

500

Fraction of dose that reaches the bloodstream. 

What is bioavailability?

500

Neonate bovine female less than 1 year of age.

What is a heifer calf?

500

Exaggerated, jerky responses to visual, auditory, and tactile stimuli in the foal

What is bobbing?

500

The trivalent vaccine for Equine Encephalomyelitis protects against which 3 strains of the disease?

What are Eastern, Western, and Venezuelan Encephalomyelitis?

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