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    Pharmacology Mnemonics

    Please post only Pharmacology mnemonics here.

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    4-Aminopyradine (4-AP) use

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    4-Aminopyradine (4-AP) use

    "4-AP is For AP":
    For AP (action potential) propagation in Multiple Sclerosis

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    Bp tracings in pharmacology

    pls i need help with BP tracings in pharmacology city104@hotmail.com

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    thank you for this page. Pl post this Pharmacology pneumonics

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    any one know any good webpages for memoryzing trade generic?


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    Chemoreceptor Trigger Zone:
    Serotonin, Histamine, Muscarinic, Opioids, Dopamine
    Salem Hates Men On Drugs
    Beta receptor activity
    One heart two lungs
    Beta-1 primarily on heart;
    airway is beta-2 receptors
    Spinal Meds:
    Little Boys Prefer Toys.
    Lidocaine, Bupivicaine, Procaine, Tetracaine
    Clinical

    Causes of Acute pancreatitis
    GET SMASH'D.
    -Gallstones, Ethanol, Trauma, Steroids, Mumps, Autoimmune(PAN), Scorpion bites, Hyperlipidemia, Drugs(azathioprine, diuretics)
    Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia
    MEN I is a disease of 3 P's (pituitary, parathyroid, and pancreas) plus adrenal cortex
    MEN II is a disease of 2 C's(carcinoma of thyroid and catacholamines[pheochromocytoma]) plus parathyroid for MEN IIa or mucocutaneous neuromas for MEN IIB(aka MEN III)
    Takayasu's diz = pulseless diz
    , therefore when you have Takayasu's, I can't Tak'a yu pulse.
    Alcohol use screening
    CAGE
    1. Have you ever felt it necessary to CUT DOWN on your drinking?
    2. Has anyone ever told you they were ANNOYED by your drinking?
    3. Have you ever felt GUILTY about your drinking?
    4. Have you ever felt the need to have a drink in the morning for an EYE OPENER?
    P-Q-R-S-T--eliciting and HPI and exploring symptoms
    P--palliative or provocative factors for the pain
    Q--quality of pain(burning, stabbing, aching, etc.)
    R--region of body affected
    S--severity of pain(usually 1-10 scale)
    T--timing of pain(eg.-after meals, in the morning, etc.)
    The five W's--post-operative fever
    Wind--pneumonia, atelectasis
    Water--urinary tract infection
    Wound--wound infections
    Wonderdrugs--especially anesthesia
    Walking--walking can help reduce deep vein thromboses and pulmonary embolus
    Goombs classification of Gell & hypersensitivity reactions
    ACID
    Type I Anaphylaxis
    Type II Cytotoxic-mediated
    Type III Immune-complex
    Type IV Delayed hypersensitivity
    Treatment of Malignant Hyperthermia
    Sunday Hot Day, Better Give Iced Fluids Today!
    S: Stop all triggering agents, give 100% O2
    H: Hyperventilate
    D: Dantrolene 2.5mg/kg
    B: Bicarbonate
    G: Glucose and Insulin
    I: IV Fluids, Cooling Blanket
    F: Fluid Output; Furosemide
    T: Tachycardia, be prepared to treat V Tach
    Back Pain: DISK MASS
    D == Degeneration: DJD, Osteoporosis, spondylosis
    I == Infection: UTI, PID, Potts, osteomyelitis, prostatitis, Injury/fractur e, compression fracture.
    S == Spondylitis, ankylosing Spondyloarthropathies (rheum. arthritis, Reiters, SLE)
    K == Kidney stones/infarction/infection (pyelo/abscess)
    M == Multiple myeloma Metastasis from breast, prostate, lung, thyroid, kidney CA
    A == Aneurysm Abdominal pain referred to the back (see acute abdominal pain)
    S == Slipped disk, spondylolisthesis
    S == Strain, scoliosis/lordosis Skin: herpes zoster.
    Regarding what to do in case of syncope:
    If the face is red, raise the head.
    If the face is pale, raise the tail!

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    enjoy and if you find try to send on my email sanjeevchoubey@gmail.com

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    this is a good thread for anyone trying to refresh or remember items in groups. good job

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    thank you for helping by these

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    the mnemonics are great and thanks alot guys!

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    LITHIUM
    L- lithium intox
    M-metallic taste, movement disorders
    N-nephrogenic diabetes insipidus
    O - hypothyroidism
    P - contra in pregnancy

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