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What term means:  Counteracts Action
Antagonist
What type of drug prevents nausea
Antiemetic
What word means:  amount administered
Dosage
What drug cuses vasodilation and lowers BP (blood pressure)
Hystamine
The word that means within a joint is
Intra-articular
The word that means within the skin
Intradermal
The word that means within the muscle
Intramuscle
The word that means within the vein
Intravenous
Limited to one part
Local
Time from administration to action
Onset
Any route other thatn alimentary canal
Parenteral
Below the tongue
Sublingual
Afecting the entire body
Systemic
never injected
Topical
The organs primarily responsible for the excretion of a drug
Kidneys
What breaks down drug molecules
Liver metabolism
Drug absorption into the blood by capillaries
Passive transport
Is the interaction of the drug molecules and target cells
Pharmacodynamics
Describes the entire process of a drug within the body
Pharmacokinetics
What is the purpose of drugs
Prevention of disease
Diagnosis
Treatment of disease
Treatment of symtom
Purpose of drugs are classified according to
Body system affected
Physiological action
Thrapeutic action
Controlled substances can be psychologically & physically ___
Addictive
drugs that assist with smoother induction, inhibits nausea, vomiting, decreases respiratory secretions, produce some amnesia, raises the pain threshold, and relieves anxiety. 
Preoperative Medications
Drugs are derived from
Plants
Animals
Minerals
Laboratory Synthesis
Every drug has an _____ and a _____
Indication & Contraindication
All drugs lables have
The chemical Name
Trade Name
Generic Name
Drug routes of Administration are
Buccal
Topical
Parenteral (Subcu, IM, IV, Intra-articular)
What are the 6 basic rights for correct drug handling, which are absolute
Right Dose
Right Drug
Right patient
Right route of administration
Right time and frequency
Right label
Medication Identification
Amount
Expiration Date
Lot Number
Manufacturer
Name
Route of administration
Storage precautions
Strength
When medication is transfered onto the field what must the CST do
Lable the medication immediately
Inhalation with intravenous gives way to
Amnesia
Anesthesia
Hypnosis
Muscle relaxation
The Method of anesthesia that is used on a distal portion of upper extremity below the level of touniquet.

Bier Block
Surgery 1 hour or less on an extremity the method of anesthesia that can be used is
Bier Block
The method of anesthesia used into tissue directly above the durra matter is
Epidural Block
The Sellick Maneuver also known as cricoid pressure is used for what type of anesthesia
General
None traditional methods of anesthesia are
Hypoanesthesia & Acupuncture
Inhalation Agents are
o2 and Nitrous Oxide
When the patient is consious for the surgery what type of anesthesia was used
Local
When the patient is Marinated what type of anesthesia was used
MAC
Anesthesia that uses bier, spinal or epidural and the patient is conscious is is considered what type of anesthesia method
Regional
Anesthesia into CSF in the subarachnoid space, patient conscious, position can affect a spinal and also cause hypotension
Spinal Block
Anesthesia that is used on the veginal rectum and skin
Topical
Airway maintenance: Bair Hugger: BP Monitor: Doppler: EKG: IV's:  Machine:  Pulse Oximeter:  Stethoscope:  Temp Monitors:  Ventilator:  ET Tube in the trachea:  Laryngeal Mask:  Naso & Oropharyngeal Airway are all what type of equipment
Anesthesia Equipment
Choice of anesthesia is determined by
Allergies, Current Meds, Emergency conditions, General Health, History of substance abuse, Maximum patient safety, Patient comfort, current condition, emotional & mental status, position, age, size, weight, patient preference, Physical, past anesthesia experience, length of procedure side effects, onset and reversibility & toxicity of agent.




What are the phases of anesthesia
Induction; Maintenance; Emergent; Recovery phase
The phase that alters the level of consciousness
Induction
The phase where the surgery takes place
Maintenance
The phase where the patient starts waking the patient and extubating begins
Emergent
Bronchospasm, Laryngospasm, cardiac arrest, convulsions, CVA, Teeth damage, Delirium, Excitement, Eye injry, Fluid & electrolyte in balance, Hypothermia (68 degrees or lower), nurve injury caused by improper positioning, Malignant Hyperthermia (MH), Reaction, Respiratory obstruction, Shock, Vomiting & aspiration are all






Anesthesia complications
Malignant Hyperthermia is produced with the use of what drug
Succinylchokine
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