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Side effects can include heart disease and aggression Anabolicsteroids
Masks pain but can make the injury worse Narcoticanalgesics
Increases red blood cell count EPO
A drug is any..... substance that you take that effects the way your body works chemical
A boxer or jockey may take this drug Diuretics
Lowers blood pressure and calms nerves Betablockers
Tennis player might take this to increase their reaction time Stimulants
Athletes might take performance enhancing drugs to increase their chances of .... Success
If an athlete gets caught taking performance enhancing drugs they could get a ..... Banned
If an athlete gets caught taking performance enhancing drugs it could damage the ..... of the sport reputation

Hypertension Crossword

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The condition of having elevated blood pressure Hypertension
Guidelines for treating hypertension JNC8
Beta-blocker with best effects on blood pressure carvedilol
Trial that recommends blood pressure goal of <120/80 SPRINT
Study that identified most effective agents for lowering blood pressure Allhat
Device used to measure blood pressure sphygmomanometer
Severe hypertension with end-organ damage, hypertensive.... emergency
Sever hypertension in asymptomatic patients, hypertensive..... urgency
Interaction with ACE-Inhibitors that can lead to increased blood pressure NSAIDs
Generic for Cozaar Losartan
Generic for Zestril lisinopril
Generic for Microzide Hydrochlorothiazide
Generic for Norvasc Amlodipine
Common ingredient that increases blood pressure salt
Time of day blood pressure is generally highest Morning
Blood pressure that requires at least 4 drugs to be controlled Resistant
Elevated blood pressure while in the doctors office, ..... hypertension whitecoat
Type of calcium channel blockers more effective for blood pressure reduction dihydropyridine
<140/90 is an appropriate blood pressure goal for patients younger than sixty
ACEs and ARBs are NOT preferred first line in this group of people African American
Life threatening side effect of ACE-Inhibitors and ARBs angioedema

Cardiac Medications Crossword

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Description

Decreases the clotting (coagulating) ability of the blood Anticoagulants
Keeps blood clots from forming by preventing blood platelets from sticking together Antiplatelet Agents
Expands blood vessels and decreases resistance by lowering levels of angiotensin II ACE Inhibitors
Prevents angiotensin II (chemical) from having any effects on the heart and blood vessels A II Receptor Blockers
An enzyme that breaks down natural substances in the body that open narrowed arteries Neprilysin Inhibitors
Decreases the heart rate and cardiac output, which lowers blood pressure and makes the heart beat more slowly and with less force Beta Blockers
Used as an IV drip for those patients experiencing a hypertensive crisis Alpha With Bet Blockers
Interrupts the movement of calcium into the cells of the heart and blood vessels C Channel Blocker
Some affect the liver, some work in the intestines and some interrupt the formation of cholesterol from circulating in the blood Cholesterol Lowering
Increases the force of the heart's contractions, which can be beneficial in heart failure and for irregular heartbeats Digitalis Prep
Causes the body to rid itself of excess fluids and sodium through urination Diuretics
Relaxes blood vessels and increases the supply of blood and oxygen to the heart while reducing its workload Vasodilators

N113 Perfusion Crossword

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Description

What is the disease process in which the systolic blood pressure is above 140 mm Hg and diastolic is above 90 mm Hg? Hypertension
What is the initial classification of medication used in treatment of hypertension? Diuretics
Name a beta blocker is used in treatment of hypertension? Metoprolol
What classification of drugs are initially used with young Caucasians? two words ACE Inhibitors
Common side effect of persons on ACE inhibitors? Cough
Anticoagulant used for treatment of deep vein thrombosis Heparin
Aother name for chest pain Angina
What effect does a beta blocker medication have on the heart? Bradycardia
What effect will PIH have on the fetus? Growth ____________ Restriction
Secondary childhood hypertension is caused by ____________ conditions. Renal
Identify a diagnositc test for diagnosis of hypertension? Electrolytes
What causes conary artery disease? Hyperlipidemia
What is a dilation formed at weak point in the wall of the artery? Aneurysm
When assessing for peripheral insufficiency, the nurse checks the 6 P's? name this one Pulse
Name a clinical manifestation felt with arterial peripheral vascular disease? Claudication
When hypertension diagnoses confirmed, first treatment for management? two words Weightloss
Hypertension and _______ are comorbidities. Diabetes
The "D" in the DASH stand for ? Dietary

Substance abuse Crossword

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Description

cannabis, especially as smoked in cigarettes. Marijuana
the use of a drug for purposes for which it was not intended Drugmisuse
Beer, vodka, whiskey Alcohol
the habitual taking of addictive or illegal drugs for no medical reason Drugabuse
physical dependence on the continued supply of a drug Addiction
drug made from leaves of the coca plant ; stimulant and painkiller Cocaine
Drugs sold without a prescription Overthecounter
body's ability to become used to a drug's effect; requiring larger doses to get the same feeling Tolerance
Using a drug, as prescribed for medical reasons Druguse
Physical effects when your body does not have the drug. Withdrawal
Substance other than food or water that can effect the body when taken. Drug

CPR Crossword

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Description

People don't act mostly because they are ________ of what to do. unsure
A "Good Samaritan" uses common ____ and a reasonable level of skill" sense
Unusual behavior, odors, sights or ____ are all signs of an emergency.- noises
To obtain consent to perform CPR on someone, state your name and tell the victim that you are _____ in CPR. trained
You do not need to get consent if the person is a child or the victim is ______ to tell you the problem, unable
The three C's.... Check, Call, and ____. care
only move and ______ person if you need to in order to perform proper care injured
you can also move a victim if the scene becomes ______ unsafe
you must check head to _____ when checking a conscious adult. toe
before checking a victim, you must check the ______. scene
if you are unsure what to do, you must _______ 911. call
______ is when there is not enough blood being delivered too all parts of your body and can result from injury or illness Shock
H.A.IN.E.S means high arms in _________ spine endangered
monitor abc's (airway, ______, circulation) breathing
always ask the victim if they are ______ ok
if you feel weakness or numbness on one side of the body this could be results of a ____ stroke
persistent chest pain or discomfort lasting more than 3-5 minutes could be a sign of a _____ heart attack
Use ________ if you are unable to perform full CPR hands only CPR
continue _____ until the scene becomes unsafe CPR
for rescue breathing use the _____ tilt, chin lift method head

Drugs, Addiction, and Substance Use/Abuse Crossword

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Description

When a drug user can't stop taking a drug even if he wants to Addiction
overindulgence in or dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or drugs. Substance Abuse
any time someone consumes alcohol or drugs Substance Use
opiate processed directly from the extracts of the opium poppy. Heroin
a potent central nervous system stimulant cocaine
popularly shortened to meth or ice, is a psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug Methamphetamime
Arguably the most regarded of all psychedelics, it is considered mainly as a recreational drug, and an entheogen LSD
semisynthetic psychedelic entactogen of the phenethylamine family that is much less visual with more stimulant-like effects. Ecstasy
resinous narcotic formed from the latex released by lacerating (or “scoring”) the immature seed pods of opium poppies Opium
the dried leaves and female flowers of the hemp plant, used in cigarette form as a narcotic or hallucinogen. Marijuana
dissociative drug formerly used as an anesthetic agent, exhibiting hallucinogenic and neurotoxic effects PCP

Forensic Science- DRUGS Crossword

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Description

as a natural or synthetic substance that is used to produce physiological or psychological effects in humans or other higher order animals drug
analgesics, meaning they relieve pain by a depressing action on the central nervous system. Narcotic drugs
readily extracted from opium and is used to synthesize heroin. Morphine
produces a “high” that is accompanied by drowsiness and a sense of well-being that generally last for three to four hours. Heroin
is usually prepared synthetically from morphine. Codeine
derived from opium or morphine, but does have the same physiological effects on the body as do opium narcotics. OxyContin
appears to eliminate the addict’s desire for heroin while producing minimal side effects Methadone
cause marked changes in normal thought processes, perceptions, and moods. Hallucinogens
the most controversial drug in this class because its long-term effects on health are still largely unknown Marijuana
The chemical substance largely responsible for the hallucinogenic properties of marijuana is known as THC
synthesized from lysergic acid, and can cause hallucinations that can last for 12 hours. LSD
is often synthesized in clandestine laboratories and is often smoked, ingested, sniffed PCP
often mixed with other drugs, such as LSD, or amphetamine, and is sold as a powder Phencyclidine
substances used to depress the functions of the central nervous system. Depressants
enters the body’s bloodstream and quickly travels to the brain, where it acts to suppress the brain’s control of thought processes and muscle coordination. Alcohol
normally taken orally and create a feeling of well-being, relax the body, and produce sleep. Barbiturates
produce a relaxing tranquility without impairment of high-thinking faculties or inducing sleep. Tranquilizers
substances taken to increase alertness or activity, followed by a decrease in fatigue and a loss of appetite. Stimulants
injected intravenously, cause an initial “rush,” followed by an intense feeling of pleasure. Amphetamine
extracted from the leaves of Erythroxylin coca, causes increased alertness and vigor, accompanied by the suppression of hunger, fatigue, and boredom Cocaine
cocaine mixed with baking soda and water, then heated Crack
central nervous system depressants that are often connected with drug-facilitated sexual assault, rape, and robbery. GHB and Rohypnol
enhances self-awareness and decreases inhibitions, however, seizures, muscle breakdown, stroke, kidney failure, and cardiovascular system failure often accompany chronic abuse Ecstasy
primarily used as a veterinary animal anesthetic that in humans causes euphoria and hallucinations. Ketamine
often abused by individuals who are interested in accelerating muscle growth anabolic steroids
drugs have a high potential for abuse and have no currently accepted medical use such as heroin, marijuana, methaqualone, and LSD. Schedule I
drugs have a high potential for abuse and have medical use with severe restrictions such as cocaine, PCP, and most amphetamine and barbiturate prescriptions Schedule II
drugs have less potential for abuse and a currently accepted medical use such as all barbiturate prescriptions not covered under Schedule II, such as codeine and anabolic steroids. Schedule III
drugs have a low potential for abuse and have a current medical use such as darvon, phenobarbital, and some tranquilizers such as diazepam (valium) and chlordiazepoxide (librium). Schedule IV
drugs must show low abuse potential and have medical use such as opiate drug mixtures that contain nonnarcotic medicinal ingredients. Schedule V

Fall Prevention Crossword

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Description

Make sure the patient's room is clear of? Clutter
What color is the fall risk sign at St. Joseph's Hospital? Yellow
Hand this to your patient before you leave the room. calllight
Accidental falls resulting in injury or death are? Preventable
When should you assess if the patient is a fall risk? admission
Patient falls cost_______! money
They make you pee and could cause you to fall. Diuretics
Provide the patient with non-skid _______. footwear
My blood pressure is 150/95, and the medication I am taking could make me a potential fall risk. antihypertensive
Assess if the patient is able to perform their? adls

Chapter 22 - Illegal Drugs: Vocab & Definitions Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

any unnecessary or improper use of chemical substances for non-medical purposes substance abuse
chemical substances that people aren't legally allowed to manufacture, possess, buy, or sell illegal drugs
the use or sale of any illegal or otherwise not permitted substances illicit drug use
a strong, sometimes fatal reaction to taking a large amount of a drug overdose
a physiological or psychological dependence on a drug addiction
a plant whose leaves, buds, and flowers are usually smoked for their intoxicating effects marijuana
an irrational suspiciousness or distrust of others paranoia
substances whose fumes are sniffed or inhaled to give effect inhalants
synthetic substances similar to male sex hormones (that aid with muscular development) anabolic-androgenic steroids
chemicals that affect the central nervous system as well as the brain's activity psychoactive drugs
synthetic drugs that are made to imitate the effects of other drugs designer drugs
drugs that alter moods, thoughts, and sensory perceptions hallucinogens
drugs that speed up the central nervous system stimulants
drugs derived from the opium plant that are obtainable only by prescription and are used to relieve pain opiates
areas within 1000 to 1500 feet of school and designated by signs, within which people caught selling drugs will receive especially severe penalties drug-free school zones
organized community efforts by neighborhood residents to patrol, monitor, report, and otherwise stop drug deals and drug abuse drug watches
the process of medical and psychological treatment for physiological or psychological dependence on a drug, alcohol, or some substance. rehabilitation
a feeling of intense well-being or elation euphoria
drugs that slow down the central nervous system depressants

GI medications Crossword

Type
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Description

What is the pharmacological action of dexamethasone? Unknown
Should be used in combination with a glucocorticoid or a serotonin antagonist to prevent postoperative nausea and vomiting Aprepitant
This drug can be adminstered PO, IM, or IV and is primarily used for nausea and vomiting related to surgery or other treatments. Ondansetron
Which patient would you not want to give Aprepitant: pt with seizures, diabetic, or liver failure Liver Failure
Which med can cause prolonged QT interval and can lead to serious dysrhythmia? Ondansetron
Is Aprepitant safe for children? NOPE
MOA: Lowers surface tension of the stool to allow penetration of water Docusate Sodium
What is the therapeutic use of Docusate Sodium? Constipation
For this drug, we use low dose for painful elimination of stool, and large doses for colon surgery or diagnostic testing Magnesium Hydroxide
True or False: Administration of Magnesium Hydroxide can lead deficient levels of magnesium FALSE
OSMOTIC diuretics can cause_____________. Dehydration
In addition to stool softeners/laxatives, the nurse should encourage the patient to eat a diet high in ____________. FIBER
How would you know the laxative was effective? The patient had a _____________________. Bowel Movement
This is the MOA for what drug class: Activates opioid receptors to decrease intestinal motility and to increase the absorption of fluid and sodium in the intestine Antidiarrheal
Antidiarrheal medications are pregnancy category C. Would they contraindicated? YES
For Administration of Antidiarrheals: nurses should educate patient to drink something with electrolytes and no ___________. Caffeine
The MOA of ____________ is activating the vomiting center to expel gastric contents and causes increase of upper Gi motility, increasing peristalsis. Prokinetic agents
Which drug is a prokinetic agent? Metoclopramide, Ondansetron, Docusate Metoclopramide
True or False: Metoclopramide is contraindicated in GI bleed, seizures, and those at risk EPS(such as elderly and young children) True
This drug is approved only for female clients who suffer from IBS/D that has lasted more than 6 months Alosetron
What would you not want to give with Alosetron because it will decrease the levels and therapeutic effects? Phenobarbital
What is the drug of choice for women who struggle daily with IBS/C? Lubiprostone
As a nurse, what should instruct your patient to do when taking the medication, Lubiprostone to decrease nausea? take with food
5-Amino Salicylates MOA is it decreases ________________ by inhibiting prostaglandin synthesis? inflammation
Which of these is not a use for 5-aminosalicyates? nausea, IBS, Crohn's disease, ulcerative cholitis nausea
Which of these is not a contraindication for 5-Aminosalicylates? pregnancy, sensitivity to sulfanomides, thiazide diuretics, beta blockers, and salicylates, beta blockers
With a patient taking a probiotic and an antibiotic; how long should the nurse instruct her patient to take these apart? two hours
Which drug class helps restore the normal flora in the gut? probiotics
What drug class is needed to eliminate H. pylori bacteria? Antibiotics
Histamine 2 recpetor antagonized that works by blocking H2 receptors to reduce gastric acid and hydrogen ions in the stomach Ranitidine
This Histamine receptor antagonist drug can be given PO or IV: IV is given in acute situations; Cimetidine, Verapamil, and Labetalol Cimetidine
True or False: Ranitidine can be taken with or without food? true
A proton pump inhibitor that works by blocking basal and stimulated acid production and inhibits the enzyme that produces gastric acid Omeprazole
Would digoxin levels increase or decrease with omeprazole? increase
True or FAlse:Inform client they can have pneumonia, osteoporosis, rebound acid hypersecretion, and hypomagnesemia when taking Omeprazole True
This is used for a patient suffering from acute duodenal ulcers? Mucosal Protectant
This is the prototype for mucosal protectants Sucralfate
You would not give mucosal protectants in what patients: liver failure, diabetics, pregnancy, and kidney failure kidney failure
Do not crush or chew tablets of sucralfate, you should ___________- in water. dissolve
MOA: neutralized gastric acid by producing neutral salts and inactivated pepsin Antacids
Therapeutic use of Misoprostal in relation to GI: is prevention of gastric ____________ in patients taking long term NSAIDS ulcers