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Drugs power point
(4 days ago) Drugs power point 1. • A drug is any chemical you take that affects the way your bodyworks • Heroin, alcohol, ecstasy, caffeine and nicotine are all forms of drugs • A drug must be able to pass through your body and into your brain, allowing brain cells to be changed by interfering with the brains chemical signals called neurotransmitters
Drugs and their effects
(9 days ago) 2. Drugs A drug is any substance (with the exception of food and water) which, when taken into the body, alters the body's function either physically and/or psychologically. 2. 4. Psychoactive Drugs Psychoactive drugs affect the central nervous system and alter a person's mood, thinking and behavior. 4. 5.
Drug Awareness Presentation
(4 days ago) Drugs don't solve problems and using them often causes other problems on top of the ones the person had in the first place. 15. Drug Addiction Addiction is a chronic, often relapsing brain disease that causes compulsive drug seeking and use despite harmful consequences to the individual who is addicted and to those around them. Drug addiction
Nomenclature and classification of drugs
(5 days ago) 2. CLASSIFICATION BASED ON SOURCE Natural Source Plants (Morphine, Atropine, Digitoxin) Animals (Insuline, eCG) Micro organism (Penicillin) Mineral (Sodium Chloride) Synthetic Source (Sulphonamide, Procaine). Semi-synthetic Source Amoxicillin, Ampicillin, Doxycycline Bios-ynthetic Source Recombinant Human erythropiotin, Recombinant bovine
Pharmacological Classification Of Drugs
(5 days ago) Hormones and Related Drugs. Drugs Acting on Peripheral (somatic) Nervous System. Drugs Acting on Central Nervous System. Cardiovascular Drugs. Drugs Acting on Kidney. Drugs Affecting Blood. Gastrointestinal Drugs. Antibacterial Drugs. Antifungal, Antiviral, Antiprotozoal and Anthelmintic Drugs.
Commonly Used Drugs In Cath Lab
(1 days ago) Commonly Used Drugs In Cath Lab 1. Presented by Dr. Subrata Kumar D.card Student UCC, BSMMU 2. Cardiac catheterization laboratory is a lab in a hospital where different types of cardiac procedure are performed routinely. Common procedure includes: Coronary angiogram, Percutaneous coronary intervention, Peripheral angiogram, PTMC, TPM,PPM implantation, …
Drugs for leprosy
(5 days ago) Drugs for leprosy 1. Dr Naser Ashraf Tadvi 2. Objectives • Classify anti-leprosy drugs • Discuss the Mechanism of action, relevant pharmacokinetics, adverse effects and contraindications of antileprosy drugs • Describe the treatment of Paucibacillary and multibacillary leprosy • Describe the treatment of type 1 and 2 lepra reaction
9. drugs used in critical
(8 days ago) 1. DRUGS USED IN CRITICAL SETTINGS: ICU, CCU, OT, Emergency 1Prof. Dr. RS Mehta, BPKIHS. 2. COMMON DRUGS USED IN EMERGENCY Life Saving Drugs: • Adrenaline • Atropine • Xylocard • Calcium Gluconate • Sodabicarbonate Other Emergency Drugs are: •Midazolam Common drugs used for OP poisoning. •Atropine •PAM •Diazepam. 2Prof.
Administration of medications
(2 days ago) 1. • A medication is a substance administered for the diagnosis, cure, treatment, or relief of a symptom or for prevention of disease. • Pharmacology is the study of the effect of drugs on living organisms. 2. • The written direction for the preparation …
(9 days ago) 2. • Psychopharmacology is the study of the effects of drugs on affect, cognition, and behavior • Efficacy refers to the maximal therapeutic that a drug can achieve. • Potency describe the amount of the drug needed to achieve the maximum effect. • Half life is the time taken for half of the drug to be removed from the blood stream.
Drug abuse (ppt)
(Just Now) Drugs have been part of our culture since the middle of last century. 4. Continued use of drugs can lead to drug dependence, a state of physical & mental dependence. Drug abuse may be defined as the habitual use of drugs not needed for therapeutic purposes, solely to alter one's mood, affect of state of consciousness, or to affect a body
(Just Now) The drugs should be withdrawn slowly to avoid nausea or seizures. The nurse should find out menstrual changes from the female patient. Sometimes the patient may complain of fever, upper abdominal pain, nausea, jaundice & diarrhea. These symptoms can be due to cholestatic jaundice. The nurse should stop the medicine immediately & inform the
DRUGS IN OPHTHALMOLOGY
(9 days ago) drugs in ophthalmology 1. k. p. rishna babu 2. content modes of administration topical instillation periocular injection intraocular injection systemic administration common drugs used in ophthalmology mydriatrics and cycloplegics agents anti-viral drugs anti-fungal drugs anti-inflammatory agents lubricating agents and artificial tear intraocular and irrigating solutions …
Look alike and sound alike medications
(3 days ago) 13. Minimise the availability of multiple medicines strengths , avoid similar packaging and appearance compare them with existing packaging. Strategies to avoid errors with LASA Procurement 3/19/2018 13. 14. Use Tall Man lettering to emphasise labels for look-alike medication. locations separate from each other Strategies to avoid errors with
Drug and cosmetic act 1940
(2 days ago) Drug & Cosmetic Act 1940 & Rules 1945 Dr. Anil Pethe Shobhaben Pratapbhai Patel School of Pharmacy & Technology Management, SVKM’S NMIMS, Mumbai. 2. Objective The D&C Act was passed in 1940 (10th April 1940), with the main object to Import, Manufacture, Distribution & Sale of drug & cosmetics. The act regulates the import of drugs in India
Drugs for angina pectoris
(9 days ago) Drugs for angina pectoris 1. DRUGS FOR ANGINA PECTORIS (IHD) 2. ANGINA PECTORIS Angina: a strangling Pectoris: of the chest Pain syndrome due to induction of an adverse oxygen supply & demand in portion of myocardium Pain radiates (left side) – Jaw, neck, shoulder, arm (occasionally back) Tight, squeezing, chocking Breathlessness
Unit V, Herbal Drug Technology, B. Pharm Sem VI
(7 days ago) Unit V, Herbal Drug Technology, B. Pharm Sem VI. 1. Mrs. Pradnya Wadekar Bapat Assistnant Professor ABCP, Sangli. 2. Syllabus • General Introduction to Herbal Industry – Herbal drugs industry: Present scope and future prospects. – A brief account of plant based industries and institutions involved in work on medicinal and aromatic plants
Class 12 Biology Investigatory Project CBSE
(6 days ago) 10 Combinations of Drugs and Alcohol Some addicts use mixtures of drugs to have immediate ‘kid’ or ‘charge’. Simultaneous use of drug and alcohol may produce dangerous effects, including death. When barbiturates and alcohol are taken together, each doubles the effect of the other. A mixture of cocaine and heroin called speedball gives a
(3 days ago) Preanesthetic medication: • Definition: It is the term applied to the use of drugs prior to the administration of an anaesthetic agent to make anaesthesia safer and more agreeable to the patient. • Aim: Relief of anxiety Amnesia for pre and post operative events Analgesia Decrease secretions Antiemetic effects Decrease acidity and volume of
Essential Medicines List
(2 days ago) Essential medicines, as defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) are "those drugs that satisfy the health care needs of the majority of the population; they should therefore be available at all times in adequate amounts and in appropriate dosage forms, at a price the community can afford. Lakshmi Ananth. Follow.
Drug discoveries by serendipity
(Just Now) Drug discoveries by serendipity 1. Introduction : what is drug and drug discovery? • Drug is an active chemical substance used for diagnosis , mitigation , treatment and prevention (DMTP) of diseases of humans and animals • Also includes Chemical substances , diagnostic , abortive and contraceptive substances • Drug discovery is the process of identifying new medicines • It …
(7 days ago) 1. BENZODIAZEPINE (INTRO, MOA, SAR) (Diazepam synthesis) Department of pharmacy University of Peshawar. 2. INTRODUCTION Benzodiazepines (BZD), sometimes called "benzos", are a class of psychoactive drugs whose core chemical structure is the fusion of a benzene ring and a diazepine ring. Diazepine is a heterocycle with two nitrogen atoms, five
In vitro antidiabetic activity
(8 days ago) 1. Rohit Patel In vitro Antidiabetic activity. 2. INVITRO TEST Inhibition of Polysaccharide-Degrading Enzymes Assay for α-Amylase Assay for α-Glucosidase Everted Sac Technique for Assaying α-Glucosidase Assays forGLUT2TransportActivity Perfusion of Jejunal Loops Transport Activity of Brush Border Membrane Vesicles Apical Expression of GLUT2
Crash Cart Medication
(4 days ago) Maximum cumulative dose: 2.2 g IV/24 h Pediatric: 5 mg/kg IV/IO bolus. Can repeat the 5 mg/kg IV/IO bolus up to a total dose of 15 mg/kg per 24 h. Maximum single dose: 300 mg. Onset: Immediate. Peak effect: 10–15 minutes. Duration: 30–45 minutes. Special considerations : •Monitor patient for hypotension.
2.ANTIBIOTIC (CELL WALL INHIBITORS)
(1 days ago) In the former cell wall synthesis inhibitors fail to reach the cell wall because they are blocked by the gram-negative outer membrane.Penicillin is the classic example of an inhibitor of cell wall synthesis. Other examples include: ampicillin, bacitracin, carbapenems, cephalosporin, methicillin, oxacillin and vancomycin. Saminathan Kayarohanam.
Adulteration & misbranding
(7 days ago) ADULTERATION OF DRUGS Definition : Adulteration is the practice of substituting the original crude drug either partially or wholly with other similar looking substances but the adulterated drug is free of or inferior to the parent drug in chemical and therapeutic properties