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About Nursing Pharmacology

This App contain following Topics
1. Key Terminologies
2. Pro drugs
3. Therapeutic Index (TI)
4. Different Routes of Administration, Its Advantages and Disadvantages
5. Conversion Equivalence of Weight
6. Conversion Equivalence of Volume
7. Drug Calculation
8. Chemotherapeutic Agents
9. Cardiac Drugs
10. Drugs Acting on Central Nervous System
11. Sedative and Hypnotics
12. Anti psychotic Drugs
13. Antidepressants
14. Mood Stabilizers
15. Deaddiction Drugs
16. Anti convulsants
17. Analgesics
18. Anti-Gout Agents
19. Sympathomimetic (Adrenergic) Drugs
20. Cholinergic Drugs
21. Drugs Affecting the Respiratory System
22. Drugs Acting on Gastrointestinal Tract
23. Insulin
24. Oral Hypoglycemic (Antidiabetic) Agents
25. Adrenocorticosteroids and Analogues
26. Posterior Pituitary Hormones
27. Calcitonin and Calcium Salts
28. Thyroid Drugs
29. Antithyroid Drugs
30. Diuretics
31. Antitubercular Drugs
32. Anticancer Drugs
33. Anticoagulants
34. Thrombolytic Medications
35. Antiplatelet Drug
36. Specific Antidotes Against Poisoning
37. Disease and Drug of Choices
38. Adverse Effects of Some Common Drugs
39. Drugs that are Safe and That are Contraindicated in Pregnancy
40. Drugs Contraindicated During Breast feeding

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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What topics are covered in this Nursing Pharmacology App?

This app covers topics such as key terminologies, pro drugs, therapeutic index, different routes of administration, drug calculation, cardiac drugs, drugs acting on the central nervous system, and many more.

What is the therapeutic index (TI)?

The therapeutic index is a measurement that indicates the safety and effectiveness of a drug. It is calculated by comparing the dose that produces toxicity in 50% of the population to the dose that produces the desired effect in 50% of the population.

What are some advantages and disadvantages of different routes of administration?

Different routes of administration have their own advantages and disadvantages. For example, oral administration is convenient but has slower absorption, while intravenous administration has rapid onset but requires healthcare professional assistance.

What is drug calculation?

Drug calculation involves determining the appropriate dosage of a medication based on factors such as patient weight, desired effect, and concentration of the drug.

What are some examples of cardiac drugs?

Cardiac drugs are medications that are used to treat various heart conditions. Examples include beta blockers, calcium channel blockers, and antiarrhythmic drugs.

What drugs are used for sedation and sleep induction?

Sedative and hypnotic drugs are used for sedation and sleep induction. Examples include benzodiazepines, barbiturates, and nonbenzodiazepine sedatives.

What are some common adverse effects of certain drugs?

Some common adverse effects of certain drugs include nausea, vomiting, dizziness, headache, and allergic reactions. It is important to be aware of these potential side effects when administering medications.

Which drugs are contraindicated during pregnancy and breastfeeding?

There are certain drugs that are not safe to use during pregnancy and breastfeeding. It is important to consult with a healthcare professional to determine which drugs are contraindicated in these situations.

Are there any specific antidotes for poisoning?

Yes, there are specific antidotes available for different types of poisoning. These antidotes are used to counteract the effects of the toxic substance and are administered under medical supervision.

Which drugs are commonly used for the treatment of cancer?

Anticancer drugs, also known as chemotherapy agents, are commonly used for the treatment of cancer. These medications work by targeting and killing cancer cells in the body.
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