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What drug causes dyslipidemia
Metoprolol
What are the sulfa drugs
Celecoxib
Sulfonylureas
Sulfamethoxasol
sulfasalzine
thiazides
What diurectics are good at a low creatinine clearance?
loop diuretics
What drugs cause gynecomastia?
Some Drugs Create Awesome Knockers
Spironolactone
Digitalis
Cimetidine
Alcohol
Ketoconazole
WHat is bicarb an OD solution to?
aspirin- alkanizes the urine
What is CaNa2 EDTA used to combat?
lead OD
What is the role of Pralidoxime?
for acetylcholinesterase reactivating agent for organophosporus ACh inhibitor OD
What is vecuronium?
non-depol blocker
antagonizes ACh receptors
What is phase I and phase II block by Succinylcholine?
Phase I- prolonged depole- no antidote- block poteiniated by cholinesterase inhibitors

Phase II- repolarized but blocked. cholinesterase inhibitors reverse.
WHat are the SEs of prednisone?
hypoCa
hyperGlucose
Fluid retention
hypoK
hyperNa
adrenal suppresion
muscle weakness
gastritis
nausea
vomiting
immunosuppresion
HTN
psychosis
osteoporosis
glaucoma
post subcapsular cataracts
what is the effect of beta blockers in diabetes?
they block the monitary signs of hypoglycemia
what is the role of metoclopramide?
what's it's role in a parkinson's patient?
prokinetic agent for the treatment of GERD and diabetic gastroparesis

blocks dopamine receptors
acetazolamide and glaucoma?
acetazolamide treats it
what anesthetic can cause hyperkalemia
succinylcholine
What are the heterocyclic antidepressants?
you need BUtane in you VEINs to MURder for a MAP of alcaTRAZ

Buproprion- smoking supprestion; can be a stimulant and cause seizure
Venlafaxine- anxiety; inhibs everything from being uptook.
Mirtazapine- alpha2antag-> increased release of NE and serotonin; can cause detaion weight gain, dry mouth
Maprotiline- blocks NE reuptake-> orthostatic
Trazodone- 1ry SSRI; sedation, priapism.