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John Smith
Answered: Apr 04, 2020
To verify that a drug is sufficiently safe and effective to be tested in humans.

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Leo Samuels, Content Writer
Answered: Jul 11, 2019
Both Apri and Reclipsen are oral contraceptive pills (OCPs). They both have similar active ingredients, and desogestrel being the generic name. The using of these tablets are to start immediately...Read More

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A. Samuel, Content Manager
Answered: Jul 16, 2019
Antipsychotic drugs are drugs that have been designed to treat a severe psychiatric condition known as psychosis. Psychosis is characterized by the distortion of thoughts during which a person...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 04, 2020
2 Uneventful Collections
1 Specimen is QNS=Shy Bladder Collection
1 Refusal to sign CCF and initial labels
1 Specimen Temp out of range=Direct Observation Collection

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Malcolm Carneal, Corporate employee
Answered: Sep 29, 2019
There is no big difference between Adipex and Phentermine. The little difference between the two types of drugs is that Phentermine is just like a generic name drug like Adipex, while Adipex is...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 04, 2020
1%-3) learning objective: describe the main features of lipid diffusion of drugs across cellmembranesanswer: athe answer can be found using the henderson-hasselbalch equation:non ionizedweak acid:...Read More

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Chachelly
Answered: Apr 04, 2020
Griseofulvin - interferes with microtubule function
Terbinafine - inhibits squalene epoxidase

Answer: BF Griseofulvin is effective only against dermatophytes which take up the drug via...Read More

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Chachelly
Answered: Apr 04, 2020
CNS & Gastrointestinal

1) Answer: A Adverse drug effects mainly involve the nervous system (both central and autonomic) and the gastrointestinal system. Other tissues frequently affected...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 04, 2020
Bulk flow transfer-14) learning objective: describe the main features of bulk flow transfer of drugs across cellbarriersanswer: aa drug administered subcutaneously will be initially located mainly...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 04, 2020
The chemical structure of the drug-some drugs cause allergic reactions very rarely while other compounds (obviously not used asdrugs) can cause sensitization in all exposed subjects. therefore the...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 04, 2020
Flucytosine-answer: cflucytosine is accumulated in fungal cells and is converted by a cytosine deaminase to 5-fluorouracil (selectivity occurs because mammalian cells do not accumulate and do...Read More

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Chachelly
Answered: Apr 04, 2020
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6) Learning objective: calculate the volume of distribution of a drug, given sufficient data. Answer: B The volume of distribution of a drug is independent from the given dose. In fact...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 04, 2020
Drug a-2) learning objective: outline the main drug factors that can affect the placental transfer of adrug.answer: athe membranes separating fetal blood from maternal blood in the intervillous...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 04, 2020
Paromomycin-answer: dthe symptoms of the patient and the lab exam indicate that she was suffering from amebicdysentery. since the patient apparently has no extraintestinal amebiasis (see the...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 04, 2020
A shock-like fall in blood pressure may occur during iv infusion-2. renal toxicity is common, is dose-dependent and may be severe-3. amphotericin b toxicity seems to be lower with the use of lipid...Read More

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