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The Nervous System – Introduction

The Nervous system:
The nervous system is conventionally divided into the Central nervous system (CNS; the brain and spinal cord) and the Peripheral nervous system (PNS; neuronal tissues outside the CNS). The motor (efferent) portion of the nervous system can be divided into two major subdivisions:
1). Autonomic Nervous System
2). Somatic Nervous System
The autonomic nervous system (ANS) is largely […]

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Pharmacy Review Points (Tips) Part #5

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Acarbose (Precose) is an alpha glucosidiase inhibitor, inhibits post prandial rise of blood glucose and decrease absorption of starch in the intestine.
Retinoic acid (Vitamin A) is used in acne.
Oral contraceptives cannot be given in liver dysfunction, seizure epilepsy, deep vein thrombosis, breast cancer and pregnancy.
The name of blind spot is optic disk.
Pancreatic cells are a, b and d cells.

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Pharmacy Review Points (Tips) Part #4

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Starch is not used primarily as a diluent in tablet formulations.
An ingredient that is added to a tablet formula to improve flow properties into a die for compression is known as glidant.
Penicillamine is often classified as a chelating agent.
Prostaglandin E2 is used in the form of vaginal suppositories.
Splitting off of the face of a tablet is called capping.

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Pharmacy Review Points (Tips) Part #3

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Celebrex (Celecoxib) is a NSAID drug acts by inhibiting cyclooxygenase II.
Extrapyramidal symptoms are side effects of neuroleptics
Gastrointestinal disturbances are the side effects of indomethacin.
Acetaminophen is given to the patient for antipyretic and analgesic action.
Nifedipine, diltiazem, and verapamil are calcium channel blockers that cause peripheral edema.

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Pharmacy Review Points (Tips) Part #2

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Most of the local anesthetics are esters of p – aminobenzoic acid.
The rate of zero order reactions is independent of concentration.
Enantiomorphs are two isomers that rotate plane polarized light equal amounts in the opposite direction.
Iodine is used in Lugol’s solution.
Zinc undecylenate is used in Desenex.

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Smallest muscle>stapedius (found inside the middle ear (less t1i< in 0.04 inch”(lmm) long). Longest single muscle >Sartorius muscle (which stretches from the pelvis to below the Knee. (More than 15 inches or 40 cm long)
Strongest muscle > masseter muscle (which elevates during mastication. It can exert a force equivalent in 100 kg (220 Ibs).
Muscles account for 40% of total body weight

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Commonly Used Units for Pharmaceutical Calculations

COMMONLY USED UNITS FOR PHARMACEUTICAL CALCULATIONS
* 1 kilogram           = 1000 grams
* 1 gram                 = 1000 milligrams
* 1 milligram         = 1000 micrograms

* 1 microgram       = 0.001 milligrams
* 1 microgram        = 10-6 grams
* 1 nanogram        = 10-9 grams
* 1 grain                 = 65 milligrams
* 1 liter                   = 1000 cc
* 1 ounce (oz)        = 30 cc
* 16 ounce (oz)      = 480 cc = 1 pint
* 1 pint                   = 480 cc […]

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