Sp & D Week 2 Sq5

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A-B-U-S-Emisuse; excessive or improper use, especially of narcotics or psychoactive drugs
A-D-M-I-N-I-S-T-E-Rto give medication taken, applied or injected at this time
A-N-A-P-H-Y-L-A-X-I-Shypersensitive state to foreign protein or drug, characterized by swelling in the face or breathing passages, often fatal if not treated
C-O-N-T-R-A-I-N-D-I-C-T-I-O-Nany symptom or circumstance indicating that the use of a particular drug is inappropriate when it would otherwise be advisable
D-I-S-P-E-N-S-Eprepare and give out medication to be taken at a later time
P-H-A-R-M-A-C-O-L-O-G-Ystudy of drugs; the science concerned with history, origin, sources, physical and chemical properties and uses of drugs and their effects on living organisms
P-R-E-S-C-R-I-B-Eto order or recommend the use of a drug, diet or other form of therapy
T-R-A-N-S-D-E-R-M-A-Lentering though the dermis; administration of a drug via ointment or patch
A-D-V-E-R-S-Eunfavorable or harmful; as an unintended action of a drug, ie. an allergic reaction
A-M-P-U-L-Ea small, sterile, prefilled glass container that usually holds a single dose of hypodermic solution
A-N-A-L-G-E-S-I-Can agent that relieves pain without causing loss of consciousness
T-O-P-I-C-A-Lapplied to the surface
A-C-E-T-A-M-I-N-O-P-H-E-Na specific medicine used to relieve pain and reduce fever
D-I-U-R-E-T-I-Csubstances that cause less water to be reabsorbed by the kidneys and therefore cause water to be excreted from the body
E-P-I-N-E-P-H-R-I-N-Ealso know as adrenaline; used to treat allergic reactions, used in correcting certain heart rhythms, and as a vasoconstrictor in minor surgeries
H-Y-P-E-R-S-E-N-S-I-T-I-V-I-T-Yrefers to undesirable reactions produced by the normal immune system, including allergies and autoimmunity
S-I-D-E E-F-F-E-C-Ta desirable or undesirable action of a drug that is separate from the intended action and may limit usefulness of the drug
D-O-S-Ethe quantity to be administered at one time, as a specified amount of medication
S-U-B-L-I-N-G-U-A-L under the tongue
A-C-T-I-O-Nthe accomplishment of an effect, whether mechanical or chemical; the process of acting
G-E-N-E-R-I-Ca drug's official name as assigned by the US Adopted Names Council. Generic durgs can be manufactured by more than one pharmaceutical company, each company markets the drug under its own trade name. Generic names begin with a lowercase letter
T-O-X-I-C-I-T-Ythe level at which a drug or chemical becomes poisonous or toxic
S-H-A-R-P-Sneedles or scalpels or other sharp instruments in a medical setting that are capable of causing a penetrating or puncture wound