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An agent which produces sleep
The legal non commercial name for a drug
A chemical substance produced by a microorganism which has the ability to inhibit or kill foreign organisms in the body
Factors in a patient's condition which prevents the use of a particular drug or treatment
An agent that reduces functional or vital activity
A reference listing of drugs and their appropriate clinical useage
Drug which promotes the muscle tone (contractility) of the heart
The administration of small repeated doses of a drug so that the drug builds up or accumulates in the body
Gastrointestinal drug which neutralizes the acid in the stomach
An agent which promotes vomiting
An agent that is given to counteract the unwanted effect of a drug
A drug which has the same effect as acetylcholine on the body- a parasympathetic effect
A drug which blocks the action of histamine in the body and helps prevent allergic symptoms
Drugs used to control anxiety
An agent or measure used to prevent diseases
The harmful effects of a drug
Cone shaped objects containing medication which are inserted into the rectum vagina or urethra
A rare type of toxic effect produced in a particularly sensitive individual bit not seen in most patients
Increasing resistance to the usual effects of an established dosage of a drug as a result of continued use
A strong cathartic
A hypersensitive reaction of the body to a drug and foreign organism. Symptoms may include hives asthma and rhinitis
Us Govt agency having the legal responsibility for enforcing proper drug manufacture and clinical use
The combined effect of two drugs that is equal to the sum of the effects of each drug taken alone
An agent which effects blood pressure by increasing production of urine and thus reducing the volume of fluid in the body
Weak Cathartic
Joint action of agents in which their combined effect is more intense or longer in duration than the sum of their individual effects
Study of the interaction of drugs and cells or sub cellular entities such as DNA RNA an enzymes
An untoward reaction that develops after the individual has taken a drug
A drug which prevents the formation of clots in blood vessels
Pertaining to the art or act of determining the nature of a patient's disease
A central nervous system stimulant
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A drug which relieves constipation
An agent which relieves nausea and vomiting
A drug which acts like the sympathetic nervous system-increases heart rate blood pressure and opens air passages
Habit forming drug which relieves pain and produces stupor or insensibility
The combined effect of two drugs that is less than the effect of either drug taken alone
A chemical formula for a drug
Cardiovascular drug which helps restore heart rhythm to a regular cycle
An agent that is effective against viruses
A drug used to prevent convulsions such as epilepsy
Commercial name for a drug- normally the property of the drug manuf-aka trade name
Formation of a chemical compound by enzymes within an organism -in vivo- or in vitro by fragments of cells
An agent which excites and promotes functional activity
A drug which acts in the same manner as the parasympathetic nervous system-reduces heart rate and stimulates peristalsis
Major tranquilizers used for control of psychoses
An unpredictable effect that is not related the the main action of the drug
A sedative and hypnotic drug
Drug used to prevent diarrhea
A mild hypnotic drug-relaxing without necessarily producing sleep
Administration of drugs by injection into the skin muscles or veins
A bacteriostatic agent
Study of how drugs achieve their effects in living organisms incl their absorption metabolism and excretion from the body
The preparation and dispensing of drugs for medical use
the science that deals with poisons their detection and the symptoms diagnosis and treatment of conditions caused by them
Use of drugs and method of administration in treatment for disease
study of drugs that destroy malignant cells and their effects on the body
Chemical agents that produce biological responses within the body. Used to diagnose cure mitigate treat or prevent disease
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