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CARLETONCHEM 1004Gerald BuchananFall

CHEM 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Asthma, Orexigenic, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

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The most commonly used illicit drug in north america. 3rd most widely used recreational" drug after alcohol and tobacco. Often considered a gateway dru
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CARLETONCHEM 1004Gerald BuchananFall

CHEM 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Agonist, Nicotine, Thyroid Cancer

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Street drugs - suggests narcotics uppers, downers pcp, hallucinogens and cocaine. Many equate street drugs with dope regardless of the pharmacology of
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CARLETONCHEM 1004Gerald BuchananFall

CHEM 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Partial Agonist, Fetus, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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Known as uppers, are central nervous system (cns) stimulants. History - reached europe after spanish explorers returned from south america. Is a stimul
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CARLETONCHEM 1004Gerald BuchananFall

CHEM 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Valproate, Urinary Retention, Schizophrenia

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Useful to calm anxious patients before surgery and to help people with insomnia (can"t sleep) Note chemical structure-have benzene ring (benzo) and an
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CARLETONCHEM 1004Gerald BuchananFall

CHEM 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Acetic Acid, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Acetaldehyde

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~25% of all persons admitted to general hospitals have alcohol problems or are undiagnosed alcoholics. ~40% of all traffic fatalities are alcohol relat
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CARLETONCHEM 1004Gerald BuchananFall

CHEM 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Alcohol Dehydrogenase, Barbiturate, Central Nervous System Depression

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Chapter 4 - what happens to the drugs after taken. Ways of administering drugs: oral ingestion - expected to disintegrate in the stomach and get absorb
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CARLETONCHEM 1004Gerald BuchananFall

CHEM 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Corn Starch, Coal Tar, Osteoarthritis

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Chapters 14 - non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs (nsaids) Most common use is the alleviation (relief) of pain. Also a antipyretic anti- inflammatory
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CARLETONCHEM 1004Gerald BuchananFall

CHEM 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Orphan Receptor, Oxycodone, Dextromethorphan

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Chapter 6 - narcotic analgesics: opiates and opioids: can ease childbirth. Alkaloids - basic nitrogen containing compounds that are found in plants and
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CARLETONCHEM 1004Gerald BuchananFall

CHEM 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Sympathetic Nervous System, Asthma, Angina Pectoris

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Synapse - the free space between neurons. Motor neurons - involved in movement or muscle activity. Axons - conduct the impulse to the next cell. (nerve
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CARLETONCHEM 1004Gerald BuchananFall

CHEM 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Rodenticide, Dactinomycin, Histidine

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Kill bacterial infections and cure the illness by destroying bacteria cell walls. Dr. joseph lister - found that mould inhibited the growth of bacteria
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CARLETONCHEM 1004Gerald BuchananFall

CHEM 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Ketone, Digitalis, Estrogen Receptor

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Increase muscle mass: hormones and anabolic proteins: increase muscle mass and oxygen intake, anti-estrogenic drugs: tamoxifen: increase levels of male
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CARLETONCHEM 1004Gerald BuchananFall

CHEM 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Omeprazole, Histamine Receptor, Esomeprazole

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Antacid medications - mostly otc, but prescription needed for acid reflux drugs. Ph - the symbol for acidity, represents the "power of the hydrogen (or
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