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pharmacology by Mind Map: pharmacology

1. Imitrix - sumatriptan

1.1. -pril- ace inhibitor

1.2. -terol- bronchodialator

1.3. lovenox- Enoxaparin

1.4. -profen - antiinflammatory

1.5. –profen- anti- inflammatory

1.6. -statin - HMG CoA reductase inhibitor

1.7. ace inhibitor- pril

1.8. ARB- sartan

1.9. calcium channel blocker? calcium channel blocker

1.10. (PDE-5 inhibitor) - afil

2. side effects of arb class-Dizziness, hypotension, and hyperkalemia

2.1. increased risk of bleeding- anti-coagulant

2.2. benzodiazepines- drowsiness

2.3. neuropsychiatric- Schizophrenic

2.4. arb- Fatigue, angioedema, and anaphylaxis

2.5. thiazide diuretics-Hyperuricemia and hypokalemia

2.6. potassium-sparing diuretic drugs increase one’s urinary sodium - Triamterene and amiloride

2.7. alpha2-adrenergic with diltaizem- Increased risk of bradycardia

2.8. rebound hypertension occur- with medication withdrawal

2.9. decreased norepinephrine - Lower blood pressure

2.10. (PDE-5 inhibitors)- erectile dysfunction

2.11. Priapism and hypotension- Phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors (PDE-5 inhibitors)

2.12. non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)? GI ulceration

2.13. peptic ulcer disease, which drug would cause a drug-disease interaction? aspirin

3. stops taking atenolol, a beta-adrenergic receptor antagonist (B-blocker)- Exacerbate angina

4. ace- bp

4.1. Colestipol and colesevelam-cholestrol

4.2. riboflavin- b2

4.3. (ACE) inhibitors - hypertension

4.4. ARBs- hypertension, myocardial infarction, and stroke prevention.

4.5. Beau-Ti-Ful- loop diuretics

4.6. alpha1 receptor antagonist- Orthostatic hypotension

5. upper respiratory infection- pharynx

5.1. tb agent -rifadin

5.2. multiple sclerosis agent-ampyra

5.3. antianxiety agent-Serax (oxazepam)

5.4. speech- frontal lobe

5.5. middle ear- malleus, incus, and stapes

5.6. bipolar agent- Eskalith (lithium)

5.7. cant focus his eyes- lens

6. vitamin1-retinol

7. Simvastatin- at night

8. medicines prescribed for

8.1. panic disorder- sertraline

8.1.1. back pain- oxycodone

8.1.2. hypercholesterolemia - rosuvastatin

8.1.3. asthma- salmeterol

8.1.4. meperidine - acute pain

8.1.5. minocycline- - acne

8.1.6. nasal congestion-Pseudoephedrine

8.1.7. nortriptyline- depression

8.1.8. uti- ciprofloxacin

8.1.8.1. alpha 1 receptor antagonist- tamsulosin

8.1.9. hypertension- torsemide

8.1.10. promethazine- nausea

8.1.11. anti epileptic- promethazine

8.1.12. rebound hypertension occur- Hypertension and atrial fibrillation

8.1.13. Synthroid, levothyroxine- Hypothyroidism

8.1.14. Alzheimer- Aricept® (donepezil)

8.1.15. Detrol® (tolterodine) 2 mg- overactive bladder

8.1.16. (GERD)- Dexilant® (dexlansoprazole)

8.1.17. Non-benzodiazepine sedative-hypnotic medications- insomnia

8.1.18. benzodiazepine-Zaleplon

8.1.19. opioid- cough

8.1.20. Bacterial infections- antibiotics

8.1.21. anti-epileptic drug class- nerve pain

8.1.22. Gingko- improve memory

8.1.23. Bumetanide and furosemide - lower bp

8.1.24. antiarrhythmics - Stabilize cardiac nerve impulses

8.1.25. antiemetics - Block neurotransmitters associated with nausea

8.1.26. (TCAs)- Block the reuptake of serotonin and norepinephrine

8.1.27. sulfonylureas- Stimulate the pancreas to secrete insulin

8.1.28. (DPP-4) inhibitors = Delay the breakdown of incretins

8.1.29. non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)- Block cyclooxygenase enzymes

8.1.30. anti-gout agents- Block the formation of uric acid