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Acetylcholine
Indications
eye surgery
Albuterol
Class
beta-2 agonist
Alcohol acts at theis receptor
GABAa
pyrophosphate analog that reduces hydroxyapatite crystal formation, growth, and dissolution, which reduces bone turnover
alendronate (fosamax)
Indications (4)
Alendronate
Hypercalcemia of Malignancy
Paget's disease
osteoporosis
Hyperparthyroidism
Indications
Allopurinol
chronic gout
Indications (2)
Amantadine
Influenza
Parkinson's disease
Mechanism of Action
Amantidine
inhibits viral uncoating and fusion of lysosomes
relases endogenous dopamine
Mechanism of Action
Amingoglycosides
bind 30s ribosomal subunits
Atropine
Mechanism/Class
Cholinergic BLOCKER
Atropine is contraindicated in these two groups of people
elderly men with BPH
folks with glaucoma
Aztreonam
Indications
Gram negative bacteria
Bacitracin
Indications
Gram Positive bacteria (topical only)
Bethanechol
Class
Muscarinic Agonist
Bethanechol
Indications
Atony of bladder, paralytic ileum
Mechanism of Action
Black widow spider venom
presynaptic neuromuscular junction blocker - overstimulates ACh release
Bretylium
Class
antiarrhythmic
Class III
Bromocriptine
Mechanism of Action
agonist at D1
Bromocriptine
Adverse Effect
inhibits prolactin release - used in treatment of prolactinomas!
Butorphanol
class
opioid analog
Carbamazepine
major ADE
agranulocytosis
Drug indicated for epilepsy and trigeminal neuralgia
carbamazepine
Cephalosporins
Mechanism of Action
inhibit transpeptidase and cell wall synthesis
cefazolin and cephalexin are what generation?
1st
cefaclor, cefoxitin and cefuroxime are what generation?
second
ceftriaxone is what generation?
3rd
cefepime is what generation?
4th
Mechanism of Action of quinolones
block DNA synthesis by inhibiting DNA gyrase
Mechanism of action
clindamycin
binds 50S subunits
Clomiphene
mechanism of action
ovulation stimulant - estrogen receptor agonist