Principles of Pharmacology Workbook by Susan E. Farrell

By Susan E. Farrell

This workbook comprises over a hundred sufferer circumstances and over four hundred multiple-choice questions and solutions to augment the fabric in Golan's Principles of Pharmacology, moment Edition. all the situations were effectively utilized in educating pharmacology at Harvard clinical School.

Each bankruptcy includes the case from the corresponding bankruptcy within the textbook, plus one or extra situations. every one case contains multiple-choice questions that require the coed to imagine in the course of the case. solutions and causes look on the finish of the book.

The totally searchable on-line textual content is on the market on thePoint, with a hyperlink to the Golan textbook Website.

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Which of M rs. 's medications might account for her drowsiness? A. asp1nn B. alprazolam C. diltiazem D. lovastatin E. clarithromycin Dr. Joy is concerned that M rs. B. may be having a drug­ drug interaction, which is causing a ltered metabolism and subsequent clinical toxicity (somnolence). As she re­ views her medication list, she notes the recent addition of clarithromycin for the treatment of bronchitis. Clar­ ithromycin is a macrolide antiobiotic. How do macro­ lides affect the normal metabolism of other drugs?

G. developed a high fever, weakness, and skin rash. These symptoms most likely represented : A. an infection with a ciprofloxacin-resistant bacteria B. an immediate hypersensitivity reaction to ciproflox­ aCin C. a delayed-type hypersensitivity reaction to ciproflox­ aCin D. a delayed-type hypersensitivity reaction to rifampin E. unopposed rifampin toxicity syndrome Four months after her hip surgery, Ms. G. is back to teaching her piano students and making slow but steady progress in her rehabilitation program.

A. The neuronal plasma membrane is most permeable to calcium ions. B. In cardiac cells, voltage-gated calcium channels are involved in the depolarization phase of the action potential. Leak channels allow calcium ions to passively enter the cell. C. D. E. The sodium/calcium exchanger transports intracellu­ lar calcium and sodium to the outside of the cell. When calcium channels a re in the inactivated state, the neuron cannot be stimu lated to depolarize and produce an action potential. 34 II Principles of Neuropharmacology 2.

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