Flashcards in Neuro Drugs Deck (54):
Basic unit of the nervous system
The brain and spinal cord that is considered the command center
Central nervous system
Connects the body parts to the central nervous system
Peripheral nervous system
Controls smooth (involuntary) muscles
Autonomic nervous system
"Rest and digest"
Parasympathetic nervous system
The _____ system sends signals to the ______ system to release hormones
"Fight or flight"
Sympathetic nervous system
Urethral, eye, arteries are ______ receptors
Veins and GI tract are ______ receptors
Heart is a ____ receptor
Lung and skeletal are ______ receptors
Two categories of parasympathetic drugs.
Cholinergenic, cholingergenic blockers
Two categories of sympathetic drugs
Adrenergics and adrenergic blockers
Cholinergics _______ achytalcholine
Bethanecol is a _______ drug used to treat GI and urinary atony
Metaclopramide (reglan®) is a _______ drug used to control vomiting and aid in gastric vomiting
Atropine and glycopylorrate are _________ drugs used as a preanesthetic to dry secretions
Epinephrine is an _______ drug used to time late heart beat
Norepinephrine is a _________ drug used to raise blood pressure
Dopamine is an ______ drug used to increase renal blood flow
Acepromazine is a _____ alpha blocker used as a tranquilizer
Yohimbine is an ______ alpha blocker
Propranolol is an _______ beta blocker
Examples of central nervous system drugs that affect the brain and spinal cord
Analgesics, tranquilizers, sedatives, seizure control, anesthetics
Tranquilizer drugs that produce sedation but not analgesia
Acepromazine is a _______ tranquilizer drug
Tranquilizer drug that sedate, anti-anxiety, muscle relaxant, appetite stimulation
Diazepam is a _______ tranquilizer
Cheap and easy to give drugs that treat seizures and produce analgesia. Euthanasia
Phenobarbital is a ________
Used for sedation, restraint, and analgesia
Ketamine is a ______drug
Tiletamine is a _______ drug
Drugs that affect the mu, kappa, delta and sigma receptors
Halothane, isoflurane, sevoflurane, Used to inhale and produce anesthesia
Any drug given within one hour before inducing general anesthesia
Preanesthetics may or may not..
Aid in restraint, smooth induction and recovery, decrease parasympathetic response, decrease the amount of general anesthesia needed
Short acting hypnotic used to induce anesthesia
Muscle relaxant used for Iv anesthesia in horses
Used to stimulate respiration in newborns
Used for fear, aggression and phobias, diazepam is an....
Anti anxiety med
Clomicalm®, prozac® are.....
Do not use in sight hounds
This type of drug should not be used alone to sedate
This opioid for large game will kill humans
Opioid reversal drug.
Opioid reversal drug.
Xylazine reversal drug.
What is a neuroleptanalgesic?
Opioid and tranquilizer
What does an opioid do?
What does a tranquilizer do?
Inducing drug options.
Proprofol, Ketamine/Valium, Thiopental