Pharmocology Intro

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Who determines whether or not a drug requires a prescription?
The scientific study of motion
High dose given initially to increase levels in tissue/blood
Which substances must be double-locked?
How a drug is administered is what part of the drug regimen?ex: cephalexin 250mg
Drug source- includes antibiotics and anthelminticstwo things- andswer is _____ and _____
How long a drug is given is what part of the drug regimen?
Investigational new animal drug applications are submitted to theabbreviation
_____ means treatment of disease
Are all controlled substances prescription drugs?
Choice of drug vets use when going by history, PE, lab, etcspecific diagnosis
The abbreviation for prescription
Four parts of the plan for administering a drug:hint: order is D,R,F,D
Dose higher than effective, causes death
Choice of drug vets use when diagnosis is unknowntreats symptoms
Controlled substances are classified based on potential for abuse or dependence by _____
Dose that is too high but only causes sickness, not death
Dose range used in a species to produce desired effect:
Rx drugs are approved by FDA for specific ____ or specific _____answer in form of '_____ or ______'
Drug source- includes hormones, anticoagulants
Application for biologics to the APHIS division of theabbreviation
What is the scale of controlled substances?_-_ to _-_
Name of drug + amount is what part of the drug regimen?ex: per os, or PO
What type of relationship must exist for a vet to treat using prescription drugs?dashes between words, no spaces (__-__-__)
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is a VCP relationship required for over the counter drugs?
Vet tech role in drug administration includes checking correct:three things
Is the following Rx or non-Rx: 'Caution: Federal law restricts the use of this drug by or on the order of a veterinarian'
Which controlled substances have the lowest potential for abuse?
Is the following Rx or non-Rx: 'For veterinary use only'
Choice of drug vets use when going by practical experience and common sense
The study of drug motion
Dose that produces desired response:
Drug source- includes synthetics
The treatment of disease with medicines:
How often the drug is given is what part of the drug regimen?
Experimental use permit for pesticide is submitted to theabbreviation
How many major steps are there in drug development?
Amount/body weight is:
Low dose that is generally ineffectiveusually due to client giving incorrect amount
Drug source- includes alkaloids, glycosides, gums, resins, oils
Which category has no medical use?
Pharmaco- means _______
Dose following loading dose, keeps levels steady
Most drugs are from which drug source?
Drug source- includes electrolytes, iron, selenium
Using a drug in ways not indicated on the label is called:
Are all prescription drugs controlled substances?

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