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Blood clot
thrombophlebitis
thrombus
air embolism
embolus
thrombus
air in the vein
thrombophlebitis
thrombus
air embolsism
embolus
air embolism
the sloughing off of dead tissue
thrombophlebitis
thrombus
air embolsism
embolus
necrosis
necrosis
drug that inhibits blood clotting
aspirin
heparin
necrosis
anticoagulant
air embolisim
thrombophlebitis
anticoagulant
Itravenous Drug infusion
IV piggy back
injecting the circulatory system with a concentrated does of drug the the medication administration port of iv
Intravenous Bolus
Intravenous drug infusion
Intravenous Bolus
Intravenous drug infusion
surgically implanted port that permits repeated access to central venous circulation
venous access device
heparin lock
saline lock
intravenous bolus
venous access device
peripheral IV port that does not use a bog of fluid
venous access device
heparin lock
saline lock
intravenous bolus
heparin lock
peripheral IV cannulla with a distal medication port used for intermittent fluid or medication infusions
venous access device
heparin lock
saline lock
intravenous bolus
saline lock
inserting a rigid needle into the cavity of long bone or into the sternum
venous access device
Intraosseous (IO)
saline lock
intravenous bolus
Intraosseous (IO)
Indications for Intraosseous insertion
shock
status epilepticus
trama cardiac arrest
crtical pediatric patiens
90 seconds or 3 unsuccessful IV attmepts
Proximal tibia used in Intraosseous bone is primalry used in
pediatrics
adults
pediatrics
Intraosseous Access complications
Fracture
Osteogenesis imperfecta
Osteoporosis
Infiltration
Growth Plate damage
Complete insertion
Pulmonary embolism
Infection
congenital deseas causing fragile bones
Osteogenesis imperfecta
Sources of drugs and medications
Plants
animals
minerals
laboratory
How a drug is absorbed, distributed, biotransformed and eliminated
- how drugs are transported in and out of the body
Pharmokinetics
Pharmodynamics
Pharmokinetics
How drug interacts with body to cause its affects
actions
response
Pharmokinetics
Pharmodynamics
Pharmodynamics
amount of drug that is still active after it reaches its target - tissue
bioavailibility
biotransformation
bioavailibility
metabolism of drugs
BRAEAKDOWN
bioavailibility
biotransformation
biotransformation
1) transform drug into a more or less active metabolite
2) Make drug more water or less lipid soluble to facilitate elimination
bioavailibility
biotransformation
biotransformation
body's breking down chemicals into different chemicals
metabolism
biotransformation
bioavailibility
metabolism
induces a loss of sensation to touch and pain
Anesthetics
analgesics
Anesthesia
Anesthetics
absence of all sensation
Anesthetics
analgesics
Anesthesia
Anesthesia
medication that relieves the sensation of pain
Anesthetics
analgesics
Anesthesia
analgesics
chemical used to diagnose, treat, prevent disease
drug
pharmacology
drug
study of drugs and there interaction with the body
drug
pharmacology
pharmacology
treat anxiety and insomnia
increases GABA receptors
decrease response to stimuli
dose dependent
Benzodiazepines
state of decreased anxiety and inhibitions
sedation
hypnosis
sedation
instigation of sleep
sedation
hypnosis
hypnosis
drug used to treat mental dysfunction
psychotherapeutic medication
exrpyramidal symptoms (EPS)
neuroleptic
psychotherapeutic medication
commom side effects of antipsychotic medications, includingmuscle tremors and parkinsonism-like effects
psychotherapeutic medication
exrpyramidal symptoms (EPS)
neuroleptic
exrpyramidal symptoms (EPS)
antipsychotic (literally affecting the nerves)
psychotherapeutic medication
exrpyramidal symptoms (EPS)
neuroleptic
neuroleptic
drugs concentration refers to the drug's?
strength
potency
strength
amount of drug necessary to acheive desired effect
strenght
potency
potency
agent that enhances the effects of other drugs
anesthesia
adjunct medication
analgesic
adjunct medication
the stoppage of bleeding
hemostasis
antiplatelet
anticoagulant
fibrinolytic
hemostasis
drug that decreases the formation of platelet plugs
hemostasis
antiplatelet
anticoagulant
fibrinolytic
antiplatelet
drug that interrupts the clotting cascade
hemostasis
antiplatelet
anticoagulant
fibrinolytic
anticoagulant
drug that acts directly on thrombi to break them down called thrombolytic (clots)
hemostasis
antiplatelet
anticoagulant
fibrinolytic
fibrinolytic
drug used to treat high blood cholesterol
hemostasis
antiplatelet
anticoagulant
fibrinolytic
antihperlipidemic
antihperlipidemic
substance that decreases blood glucose level
insulin
glucagon
insulin
substance that increase blood glucose level
insulin
glucagon
glucagon
treat and prevent abnormal cardiac rhythms
Antidysrhytmic
- hypersecretion
- treatment surgery
- hyperglecemia
- hypertension
- eltrolyte imbalances
cushings disease
addisons disease
cushings disease
- hyposecretion
- treatment replacement therarpy
- hypoglycemia
- emaciation
- hypotension
- cortisone
cushings disease
addisons disease

addisons disease