Pills come in different prescription and use, and some of the ones we covered this week are anti-inflammatory, infectious, and parasitic drugs. Have you been paying attention and think that you are well capable of answering the quiz below on these pills? Well give it a shot and get to see just how good you will do. All the best!
Questions and Answers
A disease caused by the physician (veterinarian)
Within an artificial environment
A fingal skin infection
Two living organisms of different species living together.
Drugs used to eliminate helminth parasites (e.g. roundworms) from a host
The use of a patch applied to the skin to deliver a drug through an intact cutaneous surface to the systemic circulation.
A disease or syndrome characterized by inadequate amounts of corticosteroid hormones.
Within the living body
An agent with the capability to KILL bacteria.
An agent that INHIBITS the growth or reproduction of bacteria. (doesn't kill them, just interferes with lifecycle)
Larvae of several fly species
Enzymes that reduce the effectiveness of certain antibiotics;
beta-lactamase I is penicillinase; beta-lactamase II is cephalosporinase
Loss of feeling or sensation in a large area (region) of the body after injection of an anesthetic agent into the spinal canal or around peripheral nerves
A disease or syndrome characterized by an overabundance of corticosteroid hormones
An agent produced by a microorganism or semisythetically that has the ability to ihibit the growth of or kill micoorganisms