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10 Cards in this Set

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most commonly administered drug in dental ofice
local anesthetics
advantages for dental usage because of it's anti-inflammatory properties
aspirin
expiration dates printed on prescription meds required by
FDA
"potential for abuse" buzzword for
DEA
relative amt of drug needed to produce given effect
potency
maximum effect of a drug regardless of dose
efficacy
4 factors that influence drug effects
sex, tolerance, pathological state, pt compliance
drug dose required to produce a specific effect in 50% of subjects
ED50
most common route of drug administration
oral
pre-market phase of clinical evaluation
III