Flashcards in Pharm Ch 1 Deck (38)
What are Aerosolized agents?
Group of aerosolized drugs that are instilled directly intro the trachea.
What are the categories of aerosolized drugs?
What is airway resistance?
Measure of airway impedance
What is a brand name or trade name of a drug?
It's a proprietary name given by the manufacturer.
Brand name and trade name are the same.
Name derived form chemical structure.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder.
-airflow limitation that is not fully reversible and progressive.
-associated with abnormal inflammatory response of the lung.
Code name of a drug?
Name assigned by A manufacture to an experimental chemical that could be a new drug.
Method by which a drug is made available to the body.
Generic name of a drug?
Name assigned to a chemical by U.S. Adopted name council when it shows to have therapeutic use and the drug company want to sell it.
Non-proprietary name of a drug?
Name of the drug other than it's tradename.
Official name of the drug?
-after the drug is fully approved for use and entered into the national formulary.
-the drug's generic name becomes official name.
(2 reasons of importance)
Drug or biological products for the diagnosis or treatment of a rare disease
-affecting fewer than 200,000 people
-with no reasonable expectation of recovering cost of drug development but treats specific disease
Dynamic is the drug on the body
Study of the interrelationships between drugs and genetic differences
The effect of the body on the drugs
Study of drugs
Art of treating disease with drugs
What is phase 1 new drug approval?
Drug is administered and researched on a small group of a healthy volunteers
What is phase 2 new drug approval
Drug is investigated and administered to a small number of individuals with the disease
What is phase 3 new drug approval
Drug is administered to a large number of individuals with the disease. Multi center studies
What are over-the-counter drugs?
-drugs that have strength less than prescription formulation.
-yet still can have a hazardous affects if taken haphazardly
Why would you choose genetic over brand-name prescriptions?
-Cost associated with brand-name drug marketing.
- brand-name invested more money then generic brand name company
What are anti-infective agents
Antibiotics or antituberculosis drugs
What is an example of neuromuscular blocking agent?
What is an example of CNS agents?
Analgesics and sedatives
What is an example of antiarrhythmic agents?
Cardiac glycosides and lidocaine
What are antihypertensive and Anti-anginal agents.
Beta blocking or nitroglycerin
What are examples of anticoagulant or Thrombolytic agents
Heparin or streptokinase
What are example of diuretics
Thiazides or furosemide