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Alfuzosin
Uroxatral (for BPH)
Vagal arrest of the heart NOT present in .....
digitalis intoxication; it due to asytole
How are sulfonamides excrete free ions or combined?
acetyl derivative (combined)
Tinnitus
common sign of salicylate toxicty.
Sx: Temporary hearing loss
Parkinsonism is due to....
too little dopamine in the brain
A deficiency of B1....
Berberi
Aprepitant
Emend, NK-1 agonist
Mg ion is necessary in.
1)
2)
3)
1) stimulating enzyme systems
2) muscular contraction
3) nerve conduction
T or F

Nicotine is available in Nasal spray formulation.
True, needs a prescription
Can triamcinolone increase appetite?
Yes
Can triamcinolone cause
- depressant
- water retention
- affect blood sugar
- increase susceptibility to
infection
Yes, all the side effects of class
Why amoxicillin is better than amipicillin?
more stable in acid
Tegaserod
zelnorm (IBS) only for women
Teriparatide
Forteo (postmenopausal osteoporsis)
Botulium toxin is used to treat...
1. cervical dystonia
2. blepharospasm
3. facial wrinkles
Lanthanum
Fosrenol (phosphate binder)
Tetracycline
Bacteriostatic and broad spectrum of activity
adefovir
Hepsera (Hep B infection)
Timolide
Timolol + HCTZ
Treprostinil
Remodulin (Pulmonary hypertension)
Cocaine
is a vasoconstrictor
Carbiodopa is used to...
potentiate levodopa
Hyoscyamine vs. atropine
twice as potent as atropine
Tenecteplase
TNKase (acute MI)
Omalizumab
Xolair (asthma)
Epinastine
Elestat
efalizmab
Raptiva
Nitroglycerin
1st by-pass metabolism
Opiates
no inflammatory effects
Trihexyphenidyl
Artane (Parkinsonism)
Acute gout attack
colchicine
NSAIDs IV form
Ketorolac (Acular, Toradol)
Nateglinidc
Starlix (antidiabetic)
Tinzaparin is a ...
LMWH
Propantheline is a ...
anticholinergic, CI in glaucoma, myasthenia gravis, obstructive GI disease, ulcerative colitis
selenium sulfide is used as ...
topically (very toxic for PO or IV use)
Sympathomimetics cause eye pupile dilate or constrict?
dilate
Bortezomib
Velcade (Proteasome inhibitor) for refractory multiple myeloma
Side effects of propylthiouracil are...
agranulocytopenia, leukopenia, dermatitis
Sulindac
Clinoril (NSAIDs)
Side effect of Zidovudine...
anemia
Pentoxifylline
Trental (for hemorrheologic use) by decreasing the viscosity of the blood
aripiperazole
abilify
Methylphenidate
concerta, metadate, ritalin (CNS stimulant)for hyperkinesis disorders
Should thyroid hormone use for obesity?
NO
indications for non-selective 2-adrenoreceptor antagonists are used primarily in...
peripheral vascular disorders

CI: in atherosclerosis and renal insufficiency
propanolol is selective or non-selective ?
Non-selective
Pilocarpine
Pilocar (anti-glaucoma)
Triprolidine, pyrilamine, clemastine are...
antihistamine OTC cough and cold products
Phenylpropanolamine is a ...
a decongestant (vasoconstrictor)
Sodium citrate and ammonium chloride are...
expectorants
6 drugs are highly protein bound....
warfarin, salicylates, tolbutamide (orinase), clofibrate, bactrim, barbiturates
Lime water
calcium hydroxide
sweet oil
olive oil
dakin's solution
sodium hypochlorite solution (diluted bleach)
Burow's solution
aluminum acetate solution (an astringent)
alginic acid is a ...
a suspending agent
carrageenin is a...
a suspending agent
sodium carboxymethylcellulose is a...
a suspending agent
Zafirlukast take with or without food?
accolate; Without food
Propanolol with or without food?
Without food
Metoprolol with or without food?
Without food
Name 8 drugs are associated with folic acid deficiency anemia?
Barbiturates, primidone, MTX, Pyrimethamine, oral contraceptives, sulfasalazine, phenytoin, Trimethoprin