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Drugs that act on the respiratory system may be classified as those that:
1. Act on the respiratory center in the brain
2.affect the mucous membtane lineing of the respiratory tract
3. affect the sized of the bronchioles
4. act to decrease inflammation in the lungs
doxapram hydrochloride
Dopram
asthma
is characterized by variable airflow abstruction and airway hypr-responsiveness.
Pathophysiologic features in the lungs associated with ashma include?
variable airflow obstruction, bronchoconstriction, edem, airway hyperreacticity, airway inflammation, mucus hypersecretion, impaired mucus clearance, smooth muscle hypertrophy/hyperplasia, subendothelial matrix protein deposits, collagen deposits.
bronchodilators
are agents that dilate, or widen, bronchioles of the lungsb y relaxing the smooth muscle of the bronchoioles, thus allowing better air exchange
epinephrine injection
Adrenalin
throphylline ethylenediamine
Theo-Dur
Albuterol sulfate
Proventil
monteluckast sodium
Singulair
sakneterik xinafoate
Serevent
salmeterol
Serevent Diskus
triamcinlone acetonide
Azmacort
fluticasone propionate plus salmeterol
Avair
digoxin
Lanoxin
lisinopril
Prinvil, Zestril
enalapril
Vasotec
b enazepril
Lotensin
quinapril
Accupril
ramipril
Altace
fosinopril sodium
Monopril
trandolapril
Mavik
losartan
Cozaar
irbestan
Avapro
olmesartan
Benicar
valsartan
Diovan
amiodarone hydrochloride
Cordarone, Pacerone
propranolol hydrochlorie
Inderal
metoprolol lopressor
Toprol, Toprol-XL
lidocaine hysrochloride
Xylocaine
propramolol hydrochloride
Inderal
amiodarone
Cardarone, Pacerone
epiephrine injection, epinephrine solution
Adrenalin
glyceryl trinitrate
Nitoglycerin
clonidine hydrochloride
Catapres
clonidine
Catapree TTS
prazodin hydrochloride
Minipress
terazosin hydrochloride
Hytrin
doxazosin mesylate
Cardura
diltiazem hydrochloride
Tiazac, Cardizem
amlodipine besylate
Norsasc
felodipine
Plendil
Calcium Salts
is needed for the reactions in the blood coagulation.
Vitamin K
This is a fat solubule vitamin that is needed for normal blood coagulation.
phytonadione injection
AquaMEPHYTON
sodium heperin injection
Heparin Anticoagulants
dalteparin sodium injection
Fragmin
enoxaparin sodium injection
Lovanox
sodium warfarin
Coumadin
streptoinase
Streptase
urokinase
Abbokinase
alteplase
Acticase, rt-PaA, t-PA
aspirin
ASA aspirin
dipyridamole
Persantine`
clopidigrel disulfate
Plavix
pravstatin sodium
Pravachol
imvastatin
Zocor
atorvastatin calcium
Lipitor
ezetimibe
Zetia
diphtheria and tetanus toxiods and acellulare pertussis vaccine
DTaP Tripedia, Infanrix
Immunization for Hepatitis B
#1 at birth or at 2 months of age.
#2 one month later
#3 four months after the first one
DTaP Immunization
2 Months, 4 Months, 6 Months and at 15 months and 4-6years of age and 11-12 years of age
Hib Immunization
2, 4, 6 and 12-15 months fo age
Inactivated Pollio
2, 4 and 6 through 18 months of age
MMR and MMR 2
12 to 18 months of age
4-6 y.o 11-18 y.o
Varicella chicken pox
12 months to 24onths and catchup from 24 months to 18 y.o
pneumococcal PCV*
2, 4, 6 months or 12 to 18 months of age also at 24 months to 5 year old
then its a PPV **
* pneumococcal conjugate vaccine
** pneumoccal poplysaccharide vaccine
hepatitis A and Influenz
these vaccines are selected populations
Influenza fro 6 months to the elderly

Hebpatitis is fro 24 months on up
diphtheria and tetanus toxiods, acellular pertussis, hepatitis B and incativated poliovirus vaccine
Pediarix
Haemophilus B conjugat vaccine
HIB
Haemophilus B and hepatitis B vaccine
Comvax
Measles, Mumps, and rubella virus vaccine, live
MMR M-M-R II
varicella viruse vaccine live
Varivax
dipphtheria and tetanus toxiods, adsorbed
DT, Td
tetanus toxiod
tetanus vaccine
influenza virus vaccine
Fluvirin, Flusone
Influenza virus live, intranasal
Flumist
hepatitis A virus, inactivated
Havrix, Vaqta
hepatitis B vaccine
Recombivax HB, Engerix-B
pneumoccal vaccine, polyvalent
Pneumovax
pneumoccal 7-valent conjurgate vaccine
Prevnar
diphtheria antitoxin
provide passive immunity
tetanus antixin
Equine Antitoxin
provides passive immunity
tetanus ummune human globulin
provides passive immunity
botulism antitoxin
provides passive immunity
pertussis immune human globulin
provides passeive immunity
mumps immune human globulin
provides passive immunity
hepatitis B immune globulin
provides passive immunity
immune human serum globulin
provides passive immunity
RHo (D) immune human globulin
RhoGam
RH- mother or a RH+ infant
Prednison and prednisolone
the Corticosteroids
immunosuppressive agent
azathioprine
Imuran
tacrolimus
Prograf
inflixmab
Remicade
rituximab
Rituxan
abciximab
ReoPro