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Pharmacotherapeutics in Nursing

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NURS215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Antiplatelet Drug, Clopidogrel, Vasospasm
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CHF and Arrhythmias Aspartame: Dissolves in GI into aspartic acid, phenylalanine, methanol => hepatic metabolism Clotting. 1. clot formation increases plaque size 2. clots form in angioplasty patients 3 Steps in the proce...

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Helena Schaefer
NURS215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Antibacterial Soap, Multiple Drug Resistance, Mycobacterium Tuberculosis
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Anti-infectives Expected knowledge Review the next few slides for important carry-over knowledge from previous courses What would make you think a patient has an infection? What are your que...

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Helena Schaefer
NURS215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Coronary Artery Disease, Nitric Oxide, Hypertensive Crisis
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Fun fact.. Cardiac disease is linked to high body weight Weight management facts: exercise does not successfully lower weight people underestimate calories eaten by 100% ...

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Helena Schaefer
NURS215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Midazolam, Status Epilepticus, Valproate
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Neurology part ll Review knowledge Depolarization: Calcium, Sodium influx & Potassium efflux + Synapse Epilepsy Classification Common CNS Neuro-Transmitters (NT) note: many varied receptors! ...

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Helena Schaefer
NURS215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Adrenergic Agonist, Adrenergic Receptor, Histamine H1 Receptor
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Pain, inflammation, fever Fun fact.. Most of us operate under a phenomenon known as optimistic bias bad things wont happen to me Most of us have a lifestyle bias we seek out information which fits our lifestyle view, and ...

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NURS215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Gastrointestinal Tract, Psyllium, Sigmoid Colon
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Gastrointestinal tract lecture } 20 feet long (6 m) 1 inch in diameter } 3 parts duodenum jejunum Ileum (longest) } Major function: absorption of nutrients } 5 feet long (1.5 m) 3 inch in diameter (7 ...

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Helena Schaefer
NURS215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Lipid Bilayer, Drug Injection, Loading Dose
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Pharmacokinetics Adams: chpt 3 Olson: pgs 2-7 Learning objectives 1) Describe the movement of molecules & membrane transport. 2) Describe and apply principles related to ADME focusing particularly on: a) Administration in...

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Helena Schaefer
NURS215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Tyrosine Kinase, Ondansetron, Ion Channel
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Pharmacodynamics Olson: pgs 7-12 Adams: Chpt. 5 Pharmacodynamics Dynamic: meaning change how drugs change the body = drugs have a target and will bind to it ...

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Helena Schaefer
NURS215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Taxus Brevifolia, Radiation Therapy, Paclitaxel
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Intro to pharmacology Pharmacon=medicine/drug Logos = to study = the study of Medicines -Remedies -1800s -20 century synthetic manufacturing Classic examples } bark of the willow tree = aspirin } mold = penici...

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Helena Schaefer
NURS215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Coconut Oil, Saturated Fat, Trans Fat
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Endocrine lecture } alternative medicine } created by S. Hahnemann, 1796 (Germany) likes cure likes dilution of substances (till inadequate active ingredients, relying on water memory) non-scientific DOES NOT WO...

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Helena Schaefer
NURS215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Muscarinic Acetylcholine Receptor, Sympathetic Nervous System, Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor
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Neurology pharmacotherapeutics part I Olson: chpts 2 & 3 Adams: chpts 12-21, 24 Neuro=nervous system Peripheral NS Autonomic: Sympathetic & Parasympathetic Outside of vol...

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Helena Schaefer
NURS215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fluid Balance, Hypovolemia, Molality
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Fluid balance What is Fluid Balance? Body Fluid Body fluid: 60% H2O Where is this fluid? ICF & ECF compartments ECF 2...

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NURS215 Lecture 7: Pharmacology Lecture 7: GI system
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Chapter 7: GI Detox diets cleansing diets are not recommended clear out normal flora as well. Most common clinical presentation: Bowel disorders Too slow: increased transition time = increased reabsorption of water <const...

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NURS215 Lecture 6: Lecture 6- Cardiac Meds Q&A's Study Guide

Lecture 7Cardiac meds QA;s Q: What is the most frequent cause of death in Canada? A: CVS diseases Q: What is the most common form of CVS disease^ A: hypertension Q: What of hypertension has a known cause? A: 10 Q: the oth...

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Helena Schaefer
NURS215 Lecture 8: Lecture 8-Endocrine Q&A's Study Guide

Lecture 8Endocrine QAs Q: what is homeopathy A: nonscientific alternative medicine created by German doctordilution of substances Q: does it work? A: NO Q: why? A: Watered down so much that they are not within therpeutic l...

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Nursing Theory, Mutual Organization, Therapeutic Relationship

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