Flashcards in Pharmacology Deck (378)
Reasons for drug use (can be different things)
Reasons for not using (side effects)
What happens to drugs in body
How drugs exert their effects
Adverse drug reactions
The set of circumstances that must exist between the veterinarian, the client, and the patient before the dispensing of prescription drugs is appropriate
T/F Drugs sources are traditionally plant and mineral origin.
What are the active components of plants for drug sources?
alkaloids, glycosides, gums oils and resins
_____ and ____ produce many antibiotics and anthelmintics.
Mineral sources of drugs include the?
What does pharmaco mean?
means drug or medicine
What is pharmacology?
the study of drugs
What is kinetics?
the scientific study of motion
An undesirable response to a drug by a patient. It may vary in severity from mild to fatal.
adverse drug reaction
A drug that brings about a specific action by binding with the appropriate receptor
A drug that inhibits a specific action by binding with a particular receptor
Any manipulation performed to produce a dosage-form drug, other than the manipulations described in the directions for use on the labeling of an approved drug product
A substance used to diagonse, prevent, or treat disease
The extent to which a drug causes the intended effects in a patient
The use of a drug that is not specifically listed on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved label
The amount of time (usually expressed in hours) that it takes for the quantity of a drug in the body to be reduced by 50%
The bulk production of drugs for resale outside of the veterinarian-client-patient relationship
The biochemical process that alters a drug from an active form to a form that is inactive or that can be eliminated from the body
The route of administration of injectable drugs
The ratio of the solubility of substances between two states in which they may be found
A drug that is limited to use under the supervision of a veterinarian because of potential danger, difficulty of administration, or other considerations . The legend that designates a prescription drug states the dollowing "Caution: Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian"
List 4 parts of the regimen.
the route, the dose (how much), and the duration (for how long of) administration, the time and frequency
An amount of a drug still present in animal tissue or products at a particular point
The length of time it takes for a drug to be eliminated from animal tissue or products after it is no longer used