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Define Pharmaceutics

-Deals with dosage form design
Example Nicotine dosage forms, the drug is commercially available as the base in transdermal systems, and oral inhaler, a nasal solution and the polacrilex in chewing gum.

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Define Pharmacokinetics

"What the body does to drugs" The study of the absorption, distribution, metabolism, and execration of drugs from the body.

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Define Pharmacodynamics

"What drugs do to the body". The study of the relationship between concentrations of drug and the biologic effects (physiological or biochemical) over time.

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What is nicotine?

it is a ganglionic nicotinic cholinergic receptor agonist.

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What are some examples of drugs made from nature?

Antibiotics, foxglove, opium, hela monster spit for diabetas, and tick saliva for anticoagulant.

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What are the steps for FDA approval?

Phase 1: Establish safety (Healthy Volunteers)
Phase 2: Establish efficacy and dose (small # of patients)
Phase 3: Verify efficacy and detect adverse affects (large number of patients)
Phase 4: Obtain additional data following approval, and use in the real world

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How long does it take a drug to go from discovery to market shelves?

20 years on average

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Define Over the counter

1) Drugs that do not require a doctors prescription
2) Bought off-the-shelf in stores
-The FDA regulates through OTC drug monographs that covers acceptable ingredients, doses, formulations and labeling. Constantly updated

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Define Prescription Drugs

1) Prescribed by a doctor
2) Bought at pharmacy
3) Prescribed for and intended to be used by one person.
-Regulated by New Drug Application process.

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Define a drugs Chemical Name

Is given when novel chemical entity or biological developed. The chemical name is a scientific name based on the compound's chemical structure and is almost never used to identify the drug in a clinical or marketing situation.

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Define a drugs Generic Name

Is commonly used to identify a drug during its useful clinical lifetime. It is also known as its international Non-proproetary Name or INN. INNs facilitate the identification of pharmaceutical substance or active pharmaceutical ingredients. Each IN is a unique name that is globally recognized and is public property. An INN is designated by the World Health Organization.

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Define a drugs Trade Name

The company the patents a drug usually also create its brand name, thus that company has exclusive rights to use it. A drug can have more than one trade name.

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Define Pharmacology

The science that is concerned with understanding the interactions of chemical substances with living systems, and the application of this understanding to the treatment of patients.

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Define Drug

A substance that acts, often by interaction with regulatory molecules, to stimulate or inhibit normal physiologic/biological processes.

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What does the FDA require if there is a severe danger due to the drug?

The black box warning