VETERINARIANS AS PRESCRIBERS. need some home work help….. my answers of bottom of page?
Asked: VETERINARIANS AS PRESCRIBERS. need some home work help….. my answers of bottom of page?
1. Introduction of a drug directly into the respiratory tract is a form of _______ administration.
2. Feline cardiomyopathy and canine heartworm disease are examples of
A. endocrine (hormonal) disease.
B. neoplasia (tumor).
C. cardiac disease.
3. Insulin and levothyroxin are examples of
4. Compliance Policy Guides (CPGs) are documents dealing with
A. drug classification.
B. veterinary prescriptions.
C. pharmaceutical inventories.
D. enforcement discretion.
5. Ocular disorders include all of the following except
A. benign and malignant tumors.
6. Rates of absorption of medication are important. In what order would methods of absorption be
arranged from fastest to slowest?
A. Topical, oral, inhalation
B. Injection, oral, topical
C. Oral, injection, topical
D. Inhalation, topical, oral
7. Introduction of drugs into the gastrointestinal tract is a form of _______ administration.
8. Feline asthma would be an example of
A. cardiac disease.
B. respiratory and inflammatory disease.
C. endocrine disease.
9. Degenerative diseases occur mostly in
A. companion animals.
B. young cats.
C. older pets.
D. neglected dogs.
10. Although not strictly enforced in small-animal medicine, the law states that drugs used to treat animals
A. can be used in humans.
B. are illegal.
C. must be dispensed by a veterinarian.
D. must have an animal label.
11. Intervertebral disc disease falls under what site classification?
12. Two important toxins that commonly cause death in cats are
A. corticosteroids and insulin.
B. insulin and diethylstilbestrol.
C. acetaminophen and aspirin.
D. antifungals and anticonvulsants.
13. Enemas are administered
A. by inhalation.
14. _______ is an example of a degenerative disease in animals.
D. Congestive heart failure
15. _______ medication is administered on the skin or mucous membranes.
16. It's unacceptable to use human-labeled drugs for common diseases in food animals because veterinarylabeled
A. are available.
B. cost the same.
C. are more effective.
D. are really the same thing.
17. Harmful or toxic reactions to normal doses of common medication are
A. subject to legal action.
B. always serious.
C. always mild and include vomiting and diarrhea.
D. adverse drug reactions.
18. Which of the following are drugs that are important sources of toxicity because of their wide
availability, OTC status, and uninformed use?
19. A licensed veterinarian in the United States
A. can treat only animals specified on the license.
B. can treat all nonhuman animals.
C. must be certified by the AVMA.
D. must choose a specialty.
20. Alteration of the physical form of a drug outside its label is
A. only done by a physician.
B. called compounding.
C. only done in IV admixtures.
D. never done in veterinary medicine.
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