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The study of the effects of chemical substances on living tissues

Pharmacology

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Tests all drugs for effects, monitors them and tries to ensure safety

Federal Drug Administration

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Everything that has been approved by the FDA

United States Pharmacopeia National Formulary

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Monitors controlled substances

Drug Enforcement Administration

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Privacy of patient information

Health Insurance Portability and Privacy Act

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What is the first step of the drug approval process?

A few doses are given to healthy volunteers

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What is the second phase of the drug approval process?

Doses are given to those with the disease or problem

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What is the third phase of the drug approval process?

Doses are given to a larger group double-blind and placebo-controlled

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What is the fourth phase of the drug approval process?

The drug is marketed for general use while monitoring the drugs effects

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What is an example of a schedule I drug?

Marijuana
Heroin
LSD
PCP
crack cocaine

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What is an example of a Schedule II drug?

Morphine
Cocaine
Oxycodone

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What is an example of a Schedule III drug?

Codeine
Hydrocodone/acetaminophen
Buprenorphine

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What is an example of a Schedule IV?

Alprazolam
Clonazepam
Diazepam
Lorazepam

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What is an example of a Schedule V drug?

Diphenoxylate/atropine
Pregabalin
Promethazine/codeine

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Which schedule drug has no medical use and a high potential for abuse?

Schedule I

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Which schedule drug has a high potential for abuse?

Schedule II

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Which schedule drug has a potential for abuse less than I and II?

Schedule III

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Which schedule drug may cause dependence?

Schedule IV

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Which schedule drug has very limited potential for dependence?

Schedule V

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What is the nurse practice act?

Defines the scope of practice for nurses in that state

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Describes the drugs chemical structure

Chemical name

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The official or nonproprietary name for the drug - name is not owned by any pharmaceutic company and is universally accepted

Generic name

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Name chosen by the drug company and is usually registered trademark owned by that specific manufacturer

Trade name

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Person could have a unique reaction to medication because of social, cultural and biological phenomena

Ethnopharmacology

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The effect of a drug that varies from the predicted response due to genetic factor

Pharmacogenetics

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What is the use of pharmacogenetics?

Utilizes the knowledge from social sciences as well biologic and physical sciences while also integrating knowledge of a clients culture to provide holistic nursing care

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Plant or plant part valued for its medicinal, savory, or aromatic qualities

Herb

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Medicine derived from plants

Phytomedicine

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Complementary and alternative medicine

CAM

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Made by isolating certain components of a plant, resulting in more reliable dosing

Extracts