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Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Word Search

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Substance Abuse Word Search

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Pharmacology Ch. 1 Crossword

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Crossword
Description

1.1 Who was the 1st researcher who isolated morphine from opium in 1805? Friedrich Serturner
1.2 Which word is derived from two Greek words: pharmakon, which means "medicine", and logos, which means "study"? Pharmacology
1.2 What class of antibiotics are useful in the treatment of many infectious diseases, for example endocarditis, which helps minimize valvular damage. Caution must be used, because this class of antibiotic can cause inner ear toxicity and neuromuscular impairment (esp. if furosemide is administered at the same time). aminoglycosides
1.3 Which term is concerned with the 'prevention' of disease and treatment of suffering? therapeutics
1.3 Which term is the application of drugs for the purpose of 'treating' diseases and alleviating human suffering? pharmacotherapy
1.4 Drugs/medications, Complementary and alternative medicine therapies (CAM), and WHAT ELSE are the three general categories which substances applied for therapeutic purposes fall into? biologics
A what, is a chemical agent capable of producing biologic responses within the body? drug
After a drug is administered, it is called a what? medication
1.4 Which therapeutic approach involves natural plant extracts, herbs, vitamins, minerals, etc.? CAM therapies
1.5 Which term is used to refer to the way a drug works at the molecular, tissue, or body system level? pharmacologic classification
1.5 Which drug classification lowers the plasma volume? diuretic
Which drug classification dilates peripheral blood vessels? vasodilator
1.5 What term is used to describe the well-understood drug model with which other drugs in its representative class are compared? For example, by knowing the effects of penicillin V, students can extend this knowledge to the other drugs in the penicillin class of antibiotics. prototype drug
1.6 Tylenol is considered a __________ name? trade
1.6 Acetaminophen is considered a ______ name? Generic
1.7 Patients prefer to take what kind of drugs, because they are easy to obtain, no appointment or prescription needed, and are cheap? OTC
1.8 What source is provided by the FDA for searching out drug products by active ingredients, trade name, generic equivalents, and the manufacturer? Orange Book
1.8 What term is the physiological ability of the drug to reach its target cells and produce its effect? bioavailability
1.9 What term is a subdiscipline of health economics, which has helped institutions involving broader application of a particular type of drug therapy? pharmacoeconomics

Forensic Science- DRUGS Crossword

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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

Pharmacology Basics Crossword

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Crossword
Description

pharmacy that dispenses prescription medications to patients outside a hospital setting community
dose form placed under the skin to deliver the active ingredient slowly implant
unique number assigned to a product to identify the manufacturer, distributor, drug, and packaging size and type NDC
solid formulation for administering drugs through a body orifice such as the rectum suppository
drug that is artificially created synthetic
in a drug, ingredient that produces the desired therapeutic effect active
drug that prevents, cures, diagnoses, or relieves symptoms of a disease therapeutic
dose form containing powder, liquid, or granules in a gelatin covering capsule
drug sold without a prescription OTC
device used to deliver medication in a fine mist deep into the lungs nebulizer

Medication Administration Crossword

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Description

Sheet used to record medication MARRS
You should wear these when applying creams Disposable Gloves
The number of the National Minimum Standard that covers medication Eighteen
You dispose of any spoiled or unused medication here Chemist
Secure place to store medication Locked Cabinet
Who can administer prescription only medication in accordance with directions from the prescriber Anyone
The number of Landsker policies that cover medication Two
Something that is used in the treatment, diagnosis or prevention of disease Medicine
The number of rights of administration Five
A substance which when taken into your body may modify one of its functions Drug
Drink that should be taken with medication Water

TYPES OF DRUGS Word Search

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GHB
QUAALUDE
OXYCODONE
BENZODIAZEPINES
BARBITURATES
JOINTS
HASHISH
SNUFF
CIGARETTES
WHIPPETS
LSD
RITALIN
INHALANTS
NICOTINE
ECSTASY
ROHYPNOL
XANAX
VALIUM
SPICE
PCP
KETAMINE
OPIUM
MORPHINE
HEROIN
CODEINE
METHAMPHETAMINE
COCAINE
CRACK
MARIJUANA
ALCOHOL

TYPES OF OPIOIDS Word Search

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Percodan
Lorcet
Avinza
Codeine
Diphenoxylate
Fentanyl
Hydrocodone
Hydromorphone
Kadian
Lomotil
Lortab
Meperidine
Methadone
Morphine
MS Contin
OPIOIDS
Oxycodone
Percocet
Propoxyphene
Vicodin

Opioids Word Search

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dopamine
fentanyl
morphine
codeine
hydrocodone
opium
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overdose
oxycontin
vicodin
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heroin

Pharmacology Practice Worksheet

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escitalopram antidepressant
aripiprazole antipsychotic
cephalexin antibiotic
levothyroxine thyroid hormone
metoprolol succinate beta blocker
oxycodone opiod
tramadol analgesic
pregabalin anticonvulsant
montelukast bronchodilator
insulin hypoglycemic
furosemide diuretic
donepezil anti-Alzheimer's
pravastatin antilipemic
analgesics relieves pain
anticoagulants delays blood clotting
antiemetics reduces nausea, vomiting
anticholinergics reduces brochospasms
antipyretics reduces fever
diuretics eliminates excess fluid
antihistamines relieves allergies