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Drugs, Med Terms, Compounding 7-10

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Quiz 7

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Zithromaxazithromycin
Zmaxazithromycin
Zithromax Z-Pakazithromycin
Minocinminocycline
Vibramycindoxycycline
Oraceadoxycycline
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Zosynpiperacillin/tazobactam
Zyvoxlinezolid
Bactrobanmupirocin
Vancocinvancomycin
Cubicindaptomycin
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Xifaxanrifaximin
Diflucanfluconazole
Flagylmetronidazole
Robitussin ACguaifenesin/codeine
Cheratussin ACguaifenesin/codeine
Tamifluoseltamivir
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Quiz 8

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Diabetaglyburide
Glucotrol XLglipizide
Glucotrolglipizide
Glucophagemetformin
Glucophage XRmetformin
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Actospioglitazone
Onglyzasaxagliptin
Januviasitagliptin
Janumetsitagliptin/metformin
Janumet XRsitagliptin/metformin
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Lantusinsulin glargine
Novologinsulin aspart
Humaloginsulin lispro
Levemirinsulin detemir
Byettaexenatide
Bydureonexenatide
Victozaliraglutide
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Quiz 9

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Oxycontinoxycodone
Percocetoxycodone/acetaminophen
Duragesicfentanyl (patch)
Actiqfentanyl (lozenge)
Opanaoxymorphone
Opana ERoxymorphone
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Suboxonebuprenorphine/naloxone
Lortabhydrocodone/acetaminophen
Norcohydrocodone/acetaminophen
Vicodinhydrocodone/acetaminophen
Capital with Codeinecodeine/acetaminophen
Tylenol with Codeine #3codeine/acetaminophen
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Advilibuprofen
Motrinibuprofen
Alevenaproxen
Anaproxnaproxen
Naprosynnaproxen
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Celebrexcelecoxib
Mobicmeloxicam
Deltasoneprednisone
Medrol Dosepakmethylprednisolone
Solu-Medrolmethylprednisolone
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Quiz 10

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Orenciaabatacept
Enbreletanercept
Remicadeinfliximab
Humiraadalimumab
Simponigolimumab
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Synvischylan polymers A and B
Ultramtramadol
Lidodermlidocaine (patch)
L-M-Xlidocaine (cream)
Flexerilcyclobenzaprine
Fexmidcyclobenzaprine
Amrixcyclobenzaprine
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Somacarisoprodol
Aloprimallopurinol
Zyloprimallopurinol
Colcryscolchicine
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Drug to Class

Quiz 7

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azithromycinZithromax, Zmax, Zithromax Z-Pak antibiotic, macrolide
minocycline Minocin antibiotic, tetracycline
doxycyclineVibramycin, Oracea antibiotic, tetracycline
piperacillin/tazobactamZosyn penicillin/beta-lactamase inhibitor
linezolidZyvox antibiotic, oxazolidinone
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mupirocinBactroban antibiotic, topical or nasal
vancomycinVancocin glycopeptide (IV or oral)
daptomycinCubicin antibiotic, cyclic lipopeptide
rifaximinXifaxan miscellaneous antibiotic
fluconazoleDiflucan azole antifungal agent
metronidazoleFlagyl nitroimidazole antiprotozoal, miscellaneous antibiotic, amebicide
guaifenesin/codeineRobitussin AC, Cheratussin AC expectorant/antitussive
oseltamivirTamiflu antiviral, neuraminidase inhibitor
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Quiz 8

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glyburideDiabeta sulfonylurea
glipizideGlucotrol XL, Glucotrol sulfonylurea
metforminGlucophage, Glucophage XR biguanide
pioglitazoneActos TZD
saxagliptinOnglyza DPP-IV inhibitor
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sitagliptinJanuvia DPP-IV inhibitor
sitagliptin/metforminJanumet, Janumet XR DPP-IV inhibitor/biguanide
insulin glargineLantus long-acting insulin
insulin aspartNovolog rapid-acting insulin
insulin lisproHumalog rapid-acting insulin
insulin detemirLevemir intermediate to long-acting insulin
exenatideByetta, Bydureon GLP-1 receptor agonist
liraglutideVictoza GLP-1 receptor agonist
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Quiz 9

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oxycodoneOxycontin opioid analgesic
oxycodone/acetaminophenPercocet opioid/acetaminophen analgesic combination
fentanyl (patch)Duragesic opioid analgesic
fentanyl (lozenge)Actiq opioid analgesic
oxymorphoneOpana opioid analgesic
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oxymorphoneOpana ER opioid analgesic
buprenorphine/naloxoneSuboxone opioid analgesic, opioid partial agonist analgesic (agnoist/antagonist)
hydrocodone/acetaminophenLortab, Norco, Vicodin opioid/acetaminophen analgesic combination
codeine/acetaminophenCapital w/Codeine, Tylenol w/Codeine #3 opioid/acetaminophen analgesic combination
ibuprofenAdvil, Motrin NSAID
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naproxenAleve, Anaprox, Naprosyn NSAID
celecoxibCelebrex NSAID, COX-2 selective
meloxicamMobic NSAID
prednisoneDeltasone systemic corticosteroid, adrenal glucocorticoid
methylprednisoloneMedrol Dosepak, Solu-Medrol systemic corticosteroid, adrenal glucocorticoid
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Quiz 10

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abataceptOrencia disease modifying antirheumatic (DMARD), selective T-cell costimulation blocker
etanerceptEnbrel disease modifying antirheumatic (DMARD), TNF blocking agent
infliximabRemicade disease modifying antirheumatic (DMARD), TNF blocking agent, monoclonal antibody
adalimumabHumira disease modifying antirheumatic (DMARD), TNF blocking agent, monoclonal antibody
golimumabSimponi disease modifying antirheumatic (DMARD), TNF blocking agent, monoclonal antibody
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hylan polymers A and BSynvisc antirheumatic, miscellaneous
tramadolUltram opioid analgesic
lidocaineLidoderm (patch) topical analgesic, local anesthetic
lidocaineL-M-X (cream) local anesthetic
cyclobenzaprineFlexeril, Fexmid, Amrix skeletal muscle relaxant
carisoprodolSoma skeletal muscle relaxant
allopurinolAloprim, Zyloprim antigout agent, xanthine oxidase inhibitor
colchicineColcrys antigout agent
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Brand to Indication

Quiz 7

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Quiz 10

Med Terms

Quiz 7

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Biopsy removing tissue from a living person for laboratory examination
Carcinoma a malignant and invasive epithelial tumor
Cryosurgery use of liquid nitrogen or argon gas in a probe to freeze and kill abnormal tissue
Cutaneous pertaining to the skin
Integumentary pertaining to the covering of the body
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Vasoconstriction reduction in diameter of a blood vessel
Vasodilation increase in diameter of a blood vessel
Analgesic substance that reduces or relieves the response to pain without producing loss of consciousness
Intradermal within the epidermis
Intramuscular within the muscle
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Subcutaneous below the skin
Transdermal going across or through the skin
Wheal small, itchy swelling of the skin (wheals raised by an injection do not itch)
Atopy state of hypersensitivity to an allergen
Dermatitis inflammation of the skin
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Nevus congenital lesion of the skin (mole, birthmark)
Papule small, circumscribed elevation on the skin (pimple)
Carbuncle infection of many hair follicles in a small area, often on the back of the neck
Cellulitis infection of subcutaneous connective tissue
Impetigo infection of the skin producing thick, yellow crusts
Mucocutaneous junction of skin and mucous membrane (e.g. lips)
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Quiz 8

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Parasitean organism that attaches itself to, lives on or in, and derives its nutrition from another species
Pediculosis An infestation with lice
Tinea General term for a group of related skin infections caused by different species of fungi
Autoimmune Disease in which the body makes antibodies directed against its own tissues
Psoriasis Rash characterized by reddish, silver, scaled patches
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Rosacea Persistent erythematous rash of the central face
Scleroderma Thickening and hardening of the skin due to new collagen formation
Cyst Abnormal fluid filled sac surrounded by a membrane
Pustule Small protuberance on the skin containing pus
Alopecia Partial of complete loss of hair, naturally or from medication
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Onychomycosis Condition of a fungus infection in a nail
Paronychia Infection alongside the nail
Scald Burn from contact with hot liquid or steam
Allograft Skin graft from another person or a cadaver
Autograft A graft removed from the patient’s own skin
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Debridement The removal of injured of necrotic tissue
Eschar The burnt, dead tissue lying on top of third degree burns
Clot The mass of fibrin and cells that is produced in a wound
Incision A cut or surgical wound
Excision Surgical removal of part or all of a structure
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Keloid Raised, irregular, lumpy scar due to excess collagen fiber production during healing of a wound
Laceration A tear or jagged wound of the skin caused by blunt trauma; not a cut
Scab Crust that forms over a wound or sore during healing
Suture (n) Stitch to hold the edges of a wound together (v) To stitch the edges of a wound together
Scabies Skin disease produced by mites
Seborrhea Excessive amount of sebum (light yellow oily fluid)
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Quiz 9

 

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Atrophy The wasting away or diminished volume of tissue, an organ, or body part
Hypertrophy Increase in size, but not number, of an individual tissue element
Fascia Sheet of fibrous connective tissue
Tone Tension present in resting muscles
Fibromyalgia Pain in the muscle fibers
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Rhabdomyolysis Destruction of muscle to produce myoglobin
Tendon Fibrous band that connects muscle to bone
Tendonitis Inflammation of a tendon
nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) analgesic/antipyretic (inhibit prostaglandins)*
Pectoral Pertaining to the chest
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Ganglion Fluid-containing swelling attached to the synovial sheath of a tendon
Stenosis Narrowing of a passage
Dorsal Pertaining to the back of any part of the body
Ventral Pertaining to the belly or situated nearer to the surface of the belly
Abduction Action of moving away from the midline
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Adduction Action of moving toward the midline
Orthotic Orthopedic appliance to correct and abnormality
Prosthesis An artificial part to remedy a defect in the body
occupational therapy Use of work and recreational activities to increase independent function
physical therapy Use of remedial processes to overcome a physical defect
Contracture Muscle shortening due to spasm or fibrosis
ADLs Activities of daily living (eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, and transferring)
BKA below-the-knee amputation
PVD peripheral vascular disease
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Ligament Band of fibrous tissue connecting two structures
Orthopedic Pertaining to the correction and cure of deformities and diseases of the musculoskeletal system; originally most of the deformities treated were in children
Osteopathy Medical practice based on maintaining the balance of the body
Marrow Fatty, blood-forming tissue in the cavities of long bones
Osteomalacia Soft, flexible bones lacking in calcium (rickets)
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Osteomyelitis Inflammation of bone tissue
Osteopenia Decreased calcification of bone
Osteoporosis Condition in which the bones become more porous, brittle, and fragile, and more likely to fracture
BMD Bone Mineral Density
Rickets Disease due to vitamin D deficiency, producing soft, flexible, bones
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Sarcoma Malignant tumor originating in connective tissue
Fx Fracture
Comminuted A fracture in which the bone is broken into pieces
Osteoblast A bone-forming cell
Osteocyte A bone-maintaining cell
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Reduction Restore a structure to its normal position
Traction Pulling or dragging force
MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging (diagnostic technique that produces focused slices of images of structures)
Cervical Pertaining to the neck region
Lumbar The region of the back and sides between the ribs and pelivs
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Sacrum Segment of the vertebral column that forms part of the pelvis
Kyphosis A normal posterior curve of the spine that can be exaggerated in disease
Scoliosis An abnormal lateral curvature of the vertebral column
Cranial Pertaining to the skull
Articulation Two separate bones have formed a joint
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Dislocation Completely out of joint
Subluxation An incomplete dislocation when some contact between the joint surfaces remains
Pronation (prone) Process of lying face down or of turning a hand or foot with the volar (palm or sole) surface down; lying face down flat on your belly
Supination (supine) Process of lying face upward or of turning a hand or foot so that the palm or sole if facing up; lying face up, flat on your spine
Arthritis Inflammation of a joint or joints
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Radiology The study of medical imaging
Arthroplasty Surgery to repair, as far as possible, the function of a joint
Avascular Without a blood supply
Necrosis Pathologic death of cells or tissue
Arthrocentesis Aspiration of fluid from a joint
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Arthroscopy Visual examination of the interior of a joint
Bursa A closed sac containing synovial fluid
Bursitis Inflammation of the bursa
Debridement The removal of injured or necrotic tissue
Bunion A swelling at the base of the big toe
Podiatry The diagnosis and treatment of disorders and injuries of the foot
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