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Some pharmacology points to remember

 

(04/07/2012)

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Tensilon test

Edrophonium test for myasthenia gravis

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Drug associated with hemorrhagic stroke as SE

Phenylpropanolamine

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DOC for ADHD

Methylphenidate

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Floppy Iris syndrome

SE of Tamsulosin

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Most cardioselective Betablocker

Nebivolol

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Longest acting Betablocker

Nadolol

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Shortest acting Betablocker

Esmolol

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Pulmonary, Cardiac and retroperitoneal fibrosis

SE of Methysergide

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DOC for Bartter syndrome

Indomethacin

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Niacin induced flushing prevented by

Aspirin

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Only analgesic causing pain

Indomethacin causing headache

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Recombinat urate oxidase used in GOUT

Rasburicase

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Recombinant BNP used in refractory CHF

Nesiritide

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The only insulin preparation that is acidic

Glargine

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Ankle edema & livedo reticularis

SE Amantidine

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DOC infantile spasms

Vigabatrin

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DOC for Intravenous reginonal anaesthesia

Prilocaine

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Only local anaesthetic with vasoconstrictor action

Cocaine

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MC SE of lithium therapy

Tremors

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Only tetracycline which can be given in renal failure

Doxycycline

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Fanconi syndrome

SE of outdated tetracycline

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CCR-5 receptor antagonist used in HIV

Maraviroc

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Fulvestrant

Pure estrogen antagonist

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Anti seizure drug causing renal stones

Topiramate

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NSAID causing agranulocytosis

Phenylbutazone

SE - Side Effect DOC - Drug of choice MC - Most common