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PHARMACOLOGY
STUDY OF DRUGS AND THEIR ACTIONS ON THE BODY
CHEMICAL NAME
DESCRIPTION OF THE DRUGS CHEMICAL COMPISOTION, 7-CHLORO-3-DEHYDRO
GENERIC OR OFFICIAL NAME
CONFIRMED BY THE US ADOPTED NAME COUNCIL, THE FDA OFFICIAL NAME
OFFICIAL NAME
NAME FOLLOWED BY USP OR NF
5 SOURCES OF DRUGS
PLANTS- DIGITALIS, MORPHINE, ANIMALS- EPI, INSULIN, VITIMANS, MINERALS- IRON, NAHCO3, ORGANISMS- PENICILLIN, LAB- LIDOCAIN, VALIUM
SCHEDULE 1 DRUG
HIGHLY ABUSE POTENTIAL, NO ACCEPTED MEDICAL USE, MARIJUANA, HEROIN
SCHEDULE 2
HIGH ABUSE POTENTIAL, HAS ACCEPTED MEDICAL USE, PRESCRIPTION NEEDED, EMERGENCY DISPENSING W/O PRESCRIPTION ALLOWED, MORPHINE, CODEINE
SCHEDULE 3
LESS ABUSE POTENTIAL, PRESCRIPTION NEEDED, TYLENOL3, VICODIN
SCHEDULE 4
LOW ABUSE POTENTIAL, LIMITED DEPENDANCY, DIAZAPAM
SCHEDULE 5
LOW ABUSE, LIMITED DEPENDANCY, COUGH, ANTI-DIARRHEA
ASSAY
ANALYSIS OF THE PURITY OR ERFFECTIVENESS OF DRUGS, DETERMINS AMOUNT AND PURITYOF A CHEMICAL
BIOEQUIVALENCE
PERTAINING TO A DRUG THAT HAS THE SAME EFFECT ON THE BODY AS ANOTHER DRUG
6 RIGHTS
RIGHT MEDICATION, RIGHT DOSE, RIGHT TIME, RIGHT ROUT, RIGHT PATIENT, RIGHT DOCUMENTATION
PHARMACOKINETICS
THE STUDY OF HOW THE BODY HANDLES A DRUG OVER TIME, ABSORBTION, DISTRIBUTION, BIOTRANSFORMATION, EXCRETION
ACTIVE TRANSPORT
ENERGY REQUIRED TO MOVE A SUBSTANCE
FACILATATED DIFFUSION
CARRIER PROTEINS ON CELL MEMBRANE ALLOW LARGE MOLECULES TO BIND TO THEM
BIOAVAILABILITY
THE AMOUNT OF MEDICATION THAT ENTERS THE BLOOD STREAM, AS A PERCENTAGE COMPAIRED TO THE AMOUNT NEEDED TO REACH THE ORGAN
THREE STEPS INVOLVED IN EXCRETION
FILTRATION, REABSORPTION, SECRETION
ENTERAL ROUT
MOUTH, RECTAL
PARENTERAL ROUT
INJECTION
PULMONARY ROUT
INHALED
TOPICAL ROUT
THROUGH SKIN
FACTORS THAT DELAY PARENTERAL ABSORPTION
SHOCK, ACIDOSIS, HYPOTHERMIA
FACTORS THAT INCREASE PARENTERAL ABSORPTION
HYPERTHERMIA, FEVER
PHARMICODYNAMICS
THE STUDY OF DRUG ACTION ON LIVING TISSUE
SUMMATION
2 DRUGS-SAME EFFECTS ARE GIVEN TOGETHER - 1+1=2
SYNERGISM
2 DRUGS W/ SAME EFFECT GIVEN TOGETHER PRODUCE A GREATER RESPONSE - 1+1=3
POTENTIATION
ONE DRUG ENHANCE EFFECTS OF ANOTHER - 0+1=2
INTERFERANCE
ONE DRUG EFFECTS THE PHARMACOLOGY OF ANOTHER
THERAPEUTIC INDEX
MARGIN BETWEEN TOXIC AND EFFECTIVE DOSE