Pharmacology

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Quiz 8 :

Forms of Drugs and How They Act

Quiz 8 :

Forms of Drugs and How They Act

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Heparin sodium and warfarin sodium prevent blood clotting; therefore, they are examples of:
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A route of administration in which a medication is injected into a joint is called:
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Tablets that are manufactured with a groove to aid in breaking the tablet are called:
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The process by which a drug passes into body fluids and tissues is called:
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Tablets that are meant to dissolve in the intestines rather than in the stomach are called:
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Drugs that are used externally with massage to provide heat to an area are called:
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Drugs that are used to decrease blood cholesterol are called:
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An action in which a drug blocks the action of a substance is called:
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A liquid preparation that is a combination of oil and water is a(n):
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An agent that loosens and facilitates removal of respiratory secretions, such as Robitussin, is called an:
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Another name for a lozenge is a(n):
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A liquid preparation in which a drug is dissolved in a solvent is a(n):
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Acetaminophen and ibuprofen are examples of:
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Fine droplets of oil in water is called an elixir.
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The substance in which a drug is dissolved is called the solute.
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Drugs that are dissolved in alcohol or alcohol and water are called:
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Suppositories may be used:
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Pepto-Bismol and Kaopectate are examples of:
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Tablets that are made with granular salts that release active ingredients when placed in water are called:
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An agent that blocks parasympathetic nerve impulses is an anticholinergic agent.
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