Exam 3 DOC's Flashcards Preview

Pharmacology > Exam 3 DOC's > Flashcards

Flashcards in Exam 3 DOC's Deck (23):
1

DOC for Diabetes Insipidus

Vasopressin agonist:
Vasopressin; Desmopressin

2

DOC for diabetes M in pregnancy

regular insulin/short acting

3

First line in diabetes M

metformin (benefits lipid profile, no weight gain [possibly due to gi effects), no hyperglycemia and super effecive)

4

DOC at emergent DM hyperglycemia/ketoacidotic situations

regular insulin IV style.

5

Major cause of peopel passing away withTCA use

arrhythmias - bc TCAs act like class I antirhythmics and block fast Na channels @ heart
~*~ treat with sodium bicarbonate

6

DOC at depression

SSRI (because dont antag Muscarinic, alpha adrenergic or histamine like TCAs)

7

DOC/first line for depression

SSRI: SPEC FF - sertraline, paroxetine, escitaloprine, citaloprine, fluoxetine, fluoxamine

8

DOC/first line for anxiety disorders

SSRI: SPEC FF - sertraline, paroxetine, escitalopine, citaloprine, fluoxetine, fluoxamine

9

DOC for chronic pain

desipramine (TCA- NACID)

10

DOC diabetic neuropathy

desipramine TCA- nacid)

11

DOC fibromyalgia

desipramine (TCA- nacid)

12

DOC bulimia (not effective in anorexia)

fluoxetine (SPEC-FF, SSRI)

13

DOC Pre menstrual DD

fluoxetine or sertraline (SPEC-FF, SSRI)

14

DOC smoking cessation

buproprion (NDRI)

15

DOC for treating Parkinsonism induced by antipsychotics (flophenazine and haloperidol)

benztropine
trihexyphenidyl
diphenhydramine
amantidine

16

DOC for treating dystonia induced by antipsychotics

benztropine
trihexyphenidyle
diphenhydramine

17

DOC for treating akathisia induced by antipsychotics

clonazepan
propanolol

18

DOC for treatment of someone who needs antipsychotics but has tardive dyskinesia

Clozapine - atypical antidepressant (the one with effects at five million different receptors; also with quetiapine - least likely to cause EPR)

19

DOC @ Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

dantrolene
bromocriptine

20

DOC @ OH withdrawal

OD --> Oxazepam and diazepma

21

DOC @ status epilepticus

LD --> lorazepam and diazepam

22

DOC @ sleep disorders

TTF --> triazolam, temazepam, flurazepam

23

DOC @ absence seizures

Ethosuximide
valproate (inhibit T type Ca channels in the thalamus - stops oscillation betwen thalamus and cortex)