Pharmacology-Diabetes and Hypertension:
October 5th: [look up others note in email from other students]
-Diff between type 1/2
-The mechanism of action of classes of diabetes mellitus
-Recommend management strategies for com
PHARMACOLOGY STUDY GUIDE-Contraception
Five general mechanisms of contraception.
Prevent sperm from entering vagina/cervix (BARRIER
Immobilization/Inactivation of sperm. (SPERMACIDES)
Fertility Awareness (KNOWING OVULATION/CYCLE)
Pharmacology Exam #2 Study Guide
1. Mechanism of contraception:
Prevent sperm from entering the vagina/cervix.
Immobilization or inactivation of sperm.
Prevention of ovulation/implantation.
2. The cont
H ypertention TZDs ACE I ARB RENN I Cardio Selectiv e (only a t low doses) MOA Diuretic reduces vascular resistance Prevents Reduces ANT I I Production ANT II Recepto r B locker Prevents Angeotensi nI Production Beta blocker Beta blocker Beta blocker Calc
Pharm Exam 3 Study Guide:
Exam #3 Study Guide
1. Be familiar with the symptoms of psychosis
Positive- something added to a patients normal presentation
o delusions- grandiose, thought broadcasting, persecutory (be
PHR 338 : Fall 2010
Exam #1 Study Guide
QUESTION: Does anyone know if those drugs listed under number 7
of Drug Interactions are the only ones we need to know? Because he
gave us many many more in the notes.
Introduction to Pharmacology
Pharmacology Notes: Depression
Epidemiology of depression
17% of US population reports a major depressive episode in their
Depression occurs in women > men, about 2:1
Average age of onset: mid-20s
o >50% of patients have first episode by age 4
Pain Slides Contd
Pain can be treated through:
Non-pharmacological therapies: Somatic (can range from heat/cold-simple,
to acupuncture/ultrasound-minimally invasive, to surgery/radiationinvasive) or Psychol