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Pharmacology_Proctored_ATI_Study_Guide/Pharmacology_Proctored_ATI_Study_Guide Pharmacology Proctored ATI Study Guide Chapter 1: Pharmacokinetics and Routes of Administration • Absorption  Route of admin affects the rate and amount of absorption o Oral:  GI pH and emptying time  Presence of food in the stomach or intestines  Form of meds (liquid/XR) o Sublingual/buccal  Quick absorption systemically through highly vascular mucous membranes o Inhalation via mouth/nose  Rapid ...

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NUR 153 - Pharm ATI Proctor Study Guide 2020.
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NUR 153 - Pharm ATI Proctor Study Guide 2020/NUR 153 - Pharm ATI Proctor Study Guide 2020. Chapter 1: Pharmacokinetics and Routes of Administration Absorption – how quickly or how well it is absorbed; DEPENDS ON THE ROUTE Oral – takes a while, must pass through the GI tract Food can SLOW this down pH juices play a role Liquids vs extended release tablets Sublingual – quick, under the tongue Intradermal/topical – slow, gradual Intravenous (IV) – the FASTEST route; immediate absor...

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NUR 2407 - Pharmacology ATI Review (100% correct)/NUR 2407 - Pharmacology ATI Review (100% correct). Chapter 1 4 phases Absorption Distribution Medication requires binding proteins (ex. Albumin) Metabolism Primarily by the liver, can also be done by kidneys, bowel and blood First pass effect – the rapid uptake and metabolism of an agent into inactive compounds by the liver, before it reaches the systemic circulation Excretion Primarily through the kidneys Therapeutic index

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Pharmacology ATI Exam 2019 ( 100% correct)/Pharmacology ATI Exam 2019 ( 100% correct). Chapter 1: Pharmacokinetics and Routes of Administration Absorption – how quickly or how well it is absorbed; DEPENDS ON THE ROUTE Oral – takes a while, must pass through the GI tract Food can SLOW this down

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NURS615 PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES EXAM STUDY GUIDE / NURS 615 PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES (Latest, 2020): College Of San Mateo
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COLLEGE OF SAN MATEO NURS 615 PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES EXAM STUDY GUIDE 1. Pharmacokinetics What the body does to the drug. Involves: Absorption Distribution Metabolism Elimination 2. Mechanism of action Drugs doing their job at the receptor site. They bind to cellular reception sites. Drug-receptor binding is reversible, selective (affinity), and graded. 3. Affinity Drug-receptor binding is selective. 4. Agonist Binds and produces a result 5. Antagonist Binds and blocks an ...

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