Patho Pharm 1 drug review for the final
- Pathophysiology Terms and Concepts
- Pharmacology Terms and Concepts
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Half immune/inflammation and Half pain
Also about half patho, half pharm
Generally speaking there will be at least one question on every major topic:
So for the immune system things like:
- Fluid balance (edema control)
- Inflammatory mediators
- WBCs of various types
- Differences between T cells
- Life cycle of a T cell
- Same for B cells
- Four types of antibodies and purpose of each type
- Four functions of antibodies
- Types of vaccines
- Septic Shock
- Wound healing
- How the immune and inflammatory side work together
- Pain Tolerance/Threshold
- Acute/Chronic Pain
- Steps in pain process
- Principles of Pain management
- All the drugs
Some things in the reading/podcasts that you should know that we did not cover in class
Lab tests for inflammation
Article on IV Acetaminophen
Finally, Do the So You Think You’re Good Quiz on my website (through pain)
By this point, you have absorbed an overwhelming amount of knowledge. The review goes back and recaps and hopefully puts some of it into perspective. Includes working through some of the electrolyte worksheet problems.
Personal Introductions, Housekeeping, Study Tips
By this point, you have absorbed an overwhelming amount of knowledge. The review goes back and recaps and hopefully puts some of it into perspective.
Basic pathophysiological concepts including etiology, pathogenesis, morphology, and clinical manifestations.
Introduction to Pharmacological principles.
Continuing Pharmacological Principles including pharmacokinetics and factors affecting the intensity of the drug response.
Introduction to Pharmacological Principles: nursing responsibilities.
Introduction to Pharmacology: Legal aspects of drug approval, controlled substances, and drug development.
Introduction to Pharmcology: Ways Drugs cross membranes.
Introduction to Pharmacology: Pharmacokinetics: Absorption, Routes of Administration
Introduction to Pharmacology: Pharmacokinetics: Distribution, Protein Binding.
Introduction to Pharmacology: Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism, Cytochrome P-450, nutrition implications.
Introduction to Pharmacology: Pharmacokinetics: Excretion, Renal function, creatinine, creatinine clearance, effect of age.
Introduction to Pharmacology: Pharmacodynamics, Mechanism of action, therapeutic range, therapeutic index, efficacy, potency.
Therapeutic Index and Range, Herbal Interactions, Iatrogenic, Tolerance