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NR565 / NR 565: Advanced Pharmacology Fundamentals Final Exam Review (Fall 2020) Chamberlain College Of Nursing

NR-565 Advanced Pharmacology Fundamentals Final Exam Review 1. what causes ophthalmia neonatorum - 2. 1st line therapy for uncomplicated UTI - 3. Monitoring after given antiviral for flu - 4. patient education for albendazole & mebendazole - 5. patient education for ivermectin - 6. patient education for ibendazole - 7. which antacids have the highest absolute neutrophil count (ANC)? - 8. What do calcium contain antacids needs for absorption? - 9. What is the 1st line therapy for GERD? - 10. what causes most diarrhea? - 11. Crofelemer (Fulyzaq) indication - 12. monitoring of long-term use of promethazine - 13. H2 receptor antagonists monitoring - 14. 1st lines therapy for acute otitis media (AOM) & sinusitis - 15. When aminopenicillins are combined with beta-lactamase inhibitors - 16. 1st generation cephalosporins active against - 17. 2nd generation cephalosporins active against - 18. 3rd generation cephalosporins active against - 19. 4th generation cephalosporins active against - 20. which cephalosporins are best against gram ( ) organisms - 21. prophylaxis treatment for ophthalmia neonatorum - 22. 1st line therapy for uncomplicated UTI in adult women - 23. Recurrent UTI prevention - 24. antimycobacterial mechanism of action - 25. active TB first phase (initiation phase) drugs - 26. active TB 2nd phase (continuation) drugs - 27. antiviral (nucleoside analogues) mechanism of action - 28. Antivirals for Influenza (neuraminidase inhibitors) - 29. Antiviral Neuraminidase inhibitor mechanism of action - 30. Nuclear acid synthesis inhibitor drugs - 31. Azoles mechanism of action - 32. Polyene Macrolides MOA - 33. Flucytosine mechanism of action - 34. Ketoconazole mechanism of action - 35. fluconazole & posaconazole mechanism of action - 36. itraconazole & voriconazole mechanism of action - 37. treatment for acute sinusitis - 38. Antacids MOA - 39. Antacid Indications - 40. most common UTI orgamisms - 41. Characteristics of Complicated UTI - 42. indications for referral to Urologist - 43. Antimycobacterial drugs - 44. antiviral drugs: nucleoside analogues - 45. Acyclovir (Zovirax) indications - 46. Valacyclovir (Valtrex) indications - 47. famciclovir indications - 48. Ganciclovir indications - 49. Ribavirn indications - 50. Antifungal (Antimycotics) classes - 51. Azoles - Triazoles drugs - 52. Polyene Macrolides drugs - 53. Allylamines Drugs - Terbinafine (Lamasil) Naftifine - 54. Clotrimazole indications - 55. Ketoconazole indications - 56. Fluconazole indications - 57. Itraconazole (Sporanox) indications - 58. Posaconazole (Noxafil) indications - 59. Voriconazole (Vfend) indications - 60. Terbinafine (Lamisil) indications - 61. Amphotericin B - 62. Griseofulvin indications - 63. Miconazole (Monistat) indications - 64. Antifungal monitoring - 65. Anthelmintic (antiparasitic) drugs - 66. Benzimidazoles MOA - 67. Pyrantel MOA - 68. Ivermectin MOA - 69. Mebendazole (Vermox) indications - 70. Nematodes - 71. Cestodes - f 72. Trematodes - 73. Albendazole (Albenza) indication - 74. Pyrantel indications - 75. Ivermectin (Stromectol) indications - 76. Metronidazole (Flagyl), nitazoxanide, & tinidazole - 77. Metronidazole indications - 78. Nitazoxanide (Alinia) indications - 79. Tinidazole (Tindamax) indications - a 80. Metronidazole MOA - 81. Nitazoxanide (Alinia) MOA - 82. tinidazole (Tindamax): MOA - 83. Metronidazole drug interactions - 84. bacterial vaginosis treatment - 85. Diagnosis of bacterial vaginosis - 86. cardinal symptoms of chronic bronchitis which indicate need for antibiotic 1.) 87. Tinea corporis (ringworm) treatment - 88. Tinea pedis (athletes foot) treatment - 89. Tinea Capitis (Scalp Ringworm) treatment - 90. Tinea Cruris (Jock Itch) Treatment - 91. onychomycosis - 92. 1st line treatment for primary and secondary skin infections - 93. medications and dose to eradicate nasal MRSA - 94. symptomatic treatment for viral URIs - 95. Antacid ADRs - 96. Antacids: Drug Interactions - 97. antacid patient education - 98. lifestyle changed to prevent GERD symptoms - 99. Antidiarrheal classes - 100. Absorbent antidiarrheals drugs - 101. opiate antidiarrheals drugs - 102. anticholinergic antidiarrheals drugs - 103. Kaolin MOA - 104. pectin MOA - 105. Bismuth Subsalicylate MOA - 106. Lomotil (diphenoxylate/atropine) MOA - 107. motofen (difenoxin/atropine) MOA - 108. Loperamide (Imodium) MOA - 109. antidiarrheal precautions/contraindications - 110. antidiarrheal ADRs - 111. antidiarrheal drug interactions - 112. Laxative classes - 113. laxative stimulant - 114. Osmotic laxatives - 115. Bulk producing laxative - 116. Lubricant laxatives - 117. surfactant laxative - 118. hyperosmolar laxative - 119. Chloride channel activators drugs - 120. Opioid receptor antagonists’ drugs - 121. laxative 1st line therapy - 122. Laxatives are contraindicated in - 123. laxative precautions - 124. Cytoprotective agents - 125. Clinical Pearl for polyethylene glycol electrolyte solution - 126. Sucralfate (Carafate) - 127. Misprostol (Cytotec) - 128. Cytoprotective Agents Side Effects - 129. Misoprostol precautions - 130. antiemetic classes - 131. Antihistamines antiemetics - 132. Phenothiazines antiemetics - 133. Cannaboids antiemetics - 134. 5-HT3 receptor antagonist antiemetics - 135. Anticholinergic antiemetics - 136. P/neurokinin 1 receptor antagonist antiemetic - 137. Mics antiemetic - 138. antihistamine antiemetic precautions/ contraindications - 139. phenothiazine precautions/contraindications - 140. dronabinol precautions/contraindications - 141. 5-HT3 antagonists antiemetic precuations/contraindications - 142. Scopalamine (Transderm Scop) precuations/contraindications - 143. Aprepitant (Emend) precautions/contraindications - 144. Phenothiazines ADR - 145. Promethazine (Phenergan) ADR - 146. H2 receptor antagonists MOA - 147. H2 receptor antagonists’ drugs - 148. H2 receptor antagonists’ precautions/contraindications - 149. H2 receptor antagonist’s ADR - 150. H2 receptor antagonists’ drug interactions - 151. H2 receptor antagonist’s patient education - 152. Prokinetic drugs - 153. prokinetic MOA - 154. black box warning for metoclopramide (Reglan) - 155. Metoclopramide (Reglan) precaution/contraindications - 156. Metoclopramide (Reglan) ADR - 157. Metoclopramide (Reglan) drug interactions - 158. Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) MOA - 159. Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) indications - 160. Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) - 161. PPI Precautions/Contraindications - 162. PPI ADRs - 163. PPI drug interactions - 164. PPI black box warning - 165. PPI monitoring - 166. GERD management 1. 167. PPI therapy for mod to severe GERD - 168. PPI step up or step-down approach - 169. PUD stepped-approach algorithm Step 1: 170. 1st line triple therapy for H. Pylori 1.) 171. 2nd line therapy for H. Pylori with PCN allergy 1.) 172. 2nd line therapy or rescue therapy for H. Pylori 1.) 173. IBS with constipation treatment - 174. Traveler's Diarrhea Treatment - 175. High risk destinations for traveler's diarrhea - 176. Intermediate risk destinations for traveler's diarrhea - 177. the most common cause of Traveler's diarrhea - 178. other causes of traveler's diarrhea 2) 179. Bacterostatic - 180. bacteriocidal - 181. Bacteriostatic drugs - 182. Bactericidal drugs - 183. anti-microbial resistance - 1.) 184. subclasses of Beta-lactams PCNS - 185. Pharmacodynamics of Beta-lactam PCNs - 186. 1st line therapy for Strep pharyngitis. - 187. 1st line therapy for all bites - 188. Natural PCN's, Drugs - 189. Natural PCNs active against - 190. Aminopenicillins active against - 191. Aminopenicillins Drugs - 192. beta-lactamase inhibitors that can be combined with aminopenicillins - 193. Penicillinase-resistant penicillin’s drugs - 194. Penicillinase-resistant penicillin’s active against - 195. Anti-pseudomonal penicillin drugs - 196. Anti-pseudomonal penicillins active against - 197. 1st generation cephalosporins drugs - 198. 2nd generation cephalosporins drugs - 199. 3rd generation cephalosporins drugs - 200. 4th generation cephalosporins drugs - 201. ADR for cephalosporins - 202. indications for cephalosporins - 203. Pharmacodynamics of cephalosporins - 204. Fluoroquinolone older drugs - 205. Fluoroquinolones new drugs - 206. fluoroquinolones active against - 207. Pharmacodynamics of fluoroquinolines - 208. Fluoroquinolones indications - 209. black box warning for fluoroquinolones - 210. macrolide drugs - 211. Pharmacodynamics of macrolides - 212. macrolides are active against - 213. Macrolide indications - 214. Macrolide drug interactions - 215. sulfonamide drugs - 216. sulfonamide drugs active against - 217. sulfonamide indications - 218. Pharmacodynamics of sulfonamides - 219. Trimethoprim mechanism of action - 220. Trimethoprim active against - 221. Nitrofurantoin mechanism of action - 222. Nitrofurantoin active against - 223. sulfonamide drug interactions - 224. nitrofurantoin drug interactions - 225. sulfonamide ADR - 226. AIDS and sulfonamides - 227. Nitrofurantoin ADR - 228. ADR with G6PD and sulfonamides - 229. blood dyscrasias and sulfonamides - 230. Bactrim indications - 231. Bactrim drug interactions - 232. Macrobid indication - 233. Clindamycin indications - 234. clindamycin ADRs - 235. Clindamycin mechanism of action -

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