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Bronchospasm can occur with
prazosin
(captopril)
warfarin
isoxsuprine
Ecchymosis can occur with
(heparin)
isoxsuprine
lovastatin
levothyroxine
Ulcer perforation can occur with
lovastatin
calcitriol
prazosin
(corticotropin)
Hypocalcemia can occur with
levothyroxin
(corticotropin)
calcitriol
lovastatin
A medication that is used to treat multiple sclerosis is
isoxsuprine
calcitriol
lovastatin
(corticotropin)
A medication that is used to reduce blood pressure or to control CHF is
levothyroxin
(captopril)
warfarin
calcitriol
A medication that is used to control hypertension by reducing part of the alpha-adrenergic system is
(prazosin)
lovastatin
heparin
captopril
An example of a parathyroid hormone drug is
lovastatin
prednisone
levothyroxine
(calcitriol)
A medication that is used to prevent blood clotting is
(heparin)
streptokinase
lovastatin
isoxsuprine
An example of a peripheral vasodilator drug is
calcitriol
levothyroxine
(isoxsuprine)
corticotropin
An example of an adrenocorticotropic hormone drug is
(corticotropin)
isoxsuprine
calcitriol
prednisone
An example of an ace inhibitor drug is
levothyroxine
prazosin
(captopril)
heparin
An example of a thrombolytic drug is
prazosin
captopril
warfarin
(streptokinase)
An example of a drug that increases metabolic rate is
warfarin
prazozin
captopril
(levothyroxine)
Circulatory collapse can occur with
(prednisone)
calcitriol
corticotropin
lovastatin
A medication that is used to decrease the inflammatory response is
prazosin
(prednisone)
lovastatin
streptokinase
A medication that is used to treat myxedema is
(levothyroxin)
corticotropin
calcitriol
prednisone
Hypercalciuria is an adverse effect with
prazosin
corticotropin
(calcitriol)
captopril
Abnormal fat deposition can occur with
isoxsuprine
heparin
lovastatin
(prednisone)
A medication that is used to reduce LDL is
prednisone
(lovastatin)
calcitriol
warfarin
What is a name brand for Lovastatin?
Mevacor
What is another name for Isoxsuprine?
Vasodilin
What type of drug is Isoxsuprine?
Peripheral Vasodilator
This condition can cause renal failure in a patient taking lovastatin.
Rhabdomyolysis
CPK, ALT, AST are all enzymes that indicate dysfunction of which organ?
Liver
The trade name of this drug decreases LDL through a reduction of MHG CoA and reductase enzymes.
Mevacor
This drug is contraindiated in severe bleeding and hypotension.
Isoxsuprine.
What is the antidote for Heparin Sulfate?
Protomine
How does Warfarin Work.
It inhibits the synthesis of Vitamin K which decreases prothrombin and clotting factors 2 7 9 10
How long does it take Warfarin to become therapeutic.
3 Days
Give Two Brand Names for Metoprolol.
(Lopressor, Toprol)
What is the class of Metoprolol?
Antihypertensive, beta1 blocker.
What is Metoprolol used for?
hypertension, coronary artery disease (angina, MI)
Give a brand name for Prazosin.
Minipress
Give the class for Prazosin.
hypertension, coronary artery disease (angina, MI)
Give the uses and therapeutic efffect for Prazosin.
Therapeutic effect Dilation of peripheral blood vessels by blocking alpha adrenergic receptors
Uses HTN, CHF, BPH (Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy)
What is a brand name for Captopril?
Capoten.
What is the class of Captopril?
ACE Inhibitor. Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor.
What is the therapeutic effect of Captopril?
Suppresses the ACE.
Inhibits conversion of Angiotensin I - Angiotensin II
Give two uses for Captopril.
Reduce BP
Control CHF.
What is a name brand for Heparin?
Lipo-Hepin
What is a classic aPTT for Heparin
60-85
What is the name of the tool to help figure Heparin dosage?
Nomogram.
What side effects does Heparin have with the skin?
Itching, Burning, Pururua, Petechia
What is the antidote for Heparin?
Portamine Sulfate.
What is the minimum level to keep platelets at when giving Heparin?
At lease 150,000
What is the class of Streptokinase?
Antithrombolitic.
What are the therapeutic effects of Streptokinase?
Disolve Clots of Thrombi
Converts Plasminogin to Plasmin causing fibrin to break up (fibrinolysis).
What are the uses of Streptokinase?
MI, DVT, PE, CVA.
What are the Streptakinase Therapuetic Windows for Stroke and MI?
MI is 12 Hours
CVA is 3 hours
For what drug is the activated partial prothrombin time montiored to determine dosage?
Heparin Sodium.
What is INR?
Internationalized Ration.
What is the INR based on?
Prothrombin Time.
What drug is used to treat MS?
Corticotripin.
What is another name for Corticotropin?
ACTH which is Adreno-Cortico-Tropic Hormone.
Myasthenia Gravis can be exacerbated by what drug?
Corticotropin.
What is a brand name for Levothyroxine?
Synthroid.
What is the therapeutic effect of Levothyroxine?
Increased metabolic rate, O2 Consumption, and body growth.
What are some uses for Levlthyroxine?
Hypothyroidism
myxedema
cretinism
What is a Brand Name for Lovastatin?
Mevacor
Name three ways that Mevacor works to reduce cholesterol.
Reduces LDL
Slightly increases HDL
Causes a reduction in the HMG CoA reductase enzyme which inhibits LDL from being made.
What can untreated rhabdomylosis lead to?
Renal Failure.
What is another name for Isoxoprine?
Vasodilan.
What are the therapeutic effects of Isoxoprine?
Dilates smooth artieral muscles.
Bronchdilation from Beta2 Andreogenic agonists.
What are some uses for Isoxoprine?
Arterial Vasospasm
Artersclerosis
Name three tests that might indicate Liver Function problems.
ALT, AST and CPK
This drug is contraindicated in severe bleeding and hypotension.
Isoxsuprine
What is another name for Calcitriol?
Rocaltrol.
What is a brand name for Prednisone?
Deltasone.
This drug causes decrease calcium to be absorbed from the GI Track and Bone and be deposited into the sereum levels of the blood.
Calcitriol.
This drug causes fat deposits in the face and trunk, along with thin fragile skin.
Prednisone.
Fungal Infections, Pshchosis and DM are contraindicated when using this drug.
Prednisone.