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Iris Dawn is a nurse writer in her 20s who is on the constant lookout for latest stories about Science. Her interests include Research and Medical-Surgical Nursing. She is currently furthering her studies and is seriously considering being a student as her profession. Life is spoiling her with spaghetti, acoustic playlists, libraries, and the beach.
Adrenergic Antagonists (Sympatholytics) Nursing Pharmacology Study Guides

Adrenergic Antagonists (Sympatholytics)

Adrenergic antagonists are also referred to as sympatholytics because they lyse, or block, the effects of the sympathetic nervous system. They react with specific adrenergic receptor sites without activating them, thus preventing the typical manifestations of SNS activation.
Anticholinergics (Parasympatholytics)

Anticholinergics (Parasympatholytics)

Anticholinergics are drugs that oppose the effects of acetylcholine. In essence, they also lyse and block the effects of parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) so they are also called as parasympatholytics.
Cholinergic Agonists (Parasympathomimetics) Nursing Pharmacology Study Guides

Cholinergic Agonists (Parasympathomimetics)

Cholinergic agonists act at the same site as the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (ACh) and increase the activity of the ACh receptor sites throughout the body. Cholinergic agonists act at the same site as the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (ACh) and increase the activity of the ACh receptor sites throughout the body.Cholinergic agonists act at the same site as the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (ACh) and increase the activity of the ACh receptor sites throughout the body. They are also called as parasympathomimetics.
Immune Stimulants Nursing Pharmacology Study Guides

Immunostimulants

Immunostimulants or immune stimulants are drugs that energize the immune system when it is exhausted from fighting prolonged invasion or when the immune system needs help fighting a specific pathogen or cancer cell. It is one of the classifications of drug class called immunomodulators.
Immune Suppressants Nursing Pharmacology Study Guide

Immunosuppressants

mmunosuppressants or immune suppressants are usually used in conjunction with corticosteroids to block inflammatory reaction and decrease initial damage to cells in cases of organ transplantation and autoimmune diseases.
Antiarthritic Drugs Nursing Pharmacology Study Guide

Antiarthritic Drugs

Antiarthritic agents are drugs that are also used to block the inflammatory process. Antiarthritic drugs include gold compounds.
Salicylates Nursing Pharmacology and Study Guide

Salicylates

Salicylates are salicylic acid compounds with anti-inflammatory, antipyretic (fever-blocking), and analgesic (pain-blocking) properties. These drugs are widely available as nonprescription drugs and are relatively nontoxic when used as directed.
NSAIDs Pharmacology Study Guide for Nurses

Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) and Related Agents

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) provide strong anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects without the adverse effects associated with corticosteroids. Learn about NSAIDs in this study guide.
Antiviral Drugs: Nursing Pharmacology Study Guide - Nurseslabs

Antiviral Drugs

Antivirals are agents used to treat the diseases caused by viruses such as warts and common colds.
Antifungals: Nursing Pharmacology Study Guide

Antifungals

Antifungals are used to treat mycosis, or infections caused by fungi.

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