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Pharmacology

Subject : Pharmacology
Fundamentals of clinical pharmacology
1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)

Autonomic nervous system drugs


1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)

Neurologic and neuromuscular drugs


1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
25. Skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
26. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
27. Direct-acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
28. Other skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
29. Neuromuscular blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
30. Nondepolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
31. Depolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
32. Antiparkinsonian drugs - Answer (click here)
33. Anticholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
34. Dopaminergic drugs - Answer (click here)
35. COMT inhibitors - Answer (click here)
36. Anticonvulsant drugs - Answer (click here)
37. Hydantoins - Answer (click here)
38. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
39. Iminostilbenes - Answer (click here)
40. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
41. Carboxylic acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
42. 1- (aminomethyl) cyclohexane–acetic acid - Answer (click here)
43. Phenyltriazines - Answer (click here)
44. Carboxamides - Answer (click here)
45. Sulfamate-substituted monosaccharides - Answer (click here)
46. Succinimides - Answer (click here)
47. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
48. Pyrrolidines - Answer (click here)
49. Antimigraine drugs - Answer (click here)
50. The 5-HT1-receptor agonists(triptans) - Answer (click here)
51. Ergotamine preparations - Answer (click here)

Pain medications
1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
25. Skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
26. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
27. Direct-acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
28. Other skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
29. Neuromuscular blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
30. Nondepolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
31. Depolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
32. Antiparkinsonian drugs - Answer (click here)
33. Anticholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
34. Dopaminergic drugs - Answer (click here)
35. COMT inhibitors - Answer (click here)
36. Anticonvulsant drugs - Answer (click here)
37. Hydantoins - Answer (click here)
38. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
39. Iminostilbenes - Answer (click here)
40. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
41. Carboxylic acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
42. 1- (aminomethyl) cyclohexane–acetic acid - Answer (click here)
43. Phenyltriazines - Answer (click here)
44. Carboxamides - Answer (click here)
45. Sulfamate-substituted monosaccharides - Answer (click here)
46. Succinimides - Answer (click here)
47. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
48. Pyrrolidines - Answer (click here)
49. Antimigraine drugs - Answer (click here)
50. The 5-HT1-receptor agonists(triptans) - Answer (click here)
51. Ergotamine preparations - Answer (click here)
52. Drugs and pain control - Answer (click here)
53. Nonopioid analgesics, antipyretics, and NSAIDs - Answer (click here)
54. Salicylates - Answer (click here)
55. Acetaminophen - Answer (click here)
56. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - Answer (click here)
57. Phenazopyridine hydrochloride - Answer (click here)
58. Opioid agonist and antagonist drugs - Answer (click here)
59. Opioid agonists - Answer (click here)
60. Mixed opioid agonist-antagonists - Answer (click here)
61. Opioid antagonists - Answer (click here)
62. Anesthetic drugs - Answer (click here)
63. Intravenous anesthetics - Answer (click here)
64. Local anesthetics - Answer (click here)
65. Topical anesthetics - Answer (click here)

Cardiovascular drugs
1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
25. Skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
26. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
27. Direct-acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
28. Other skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
29. Neuromuscular blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
30. Nondepolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
31. Depolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
32. Antiparkinsonian drugs - Answer (click here)
33. Anticholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
34. Dopaminergic drugs - Answer (click here)
35. COMT inhibitors - Answer (click here)
36. Anticonvulsant drugs - Answer (click here)
37. Hydantoins - Answer (click here)
38. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
39. Iminostilbenes - Answer (click here)
40. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
41. Carboxylic acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
42. 1- (aminomethyl) cyclohexane–acetic acid - Answer (click here)
43. Phenyltriazines - Answer (click here)
44. Carboxamides - Answer (click here)
45. Sulfamate-substituted monosaccharides - Answer (click here)
46. Succinimides - Answer (click here)
47. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
48. Pyrrolidines - Answer (click here)
49. Antimigraine drugs - Answer (click here)
50. The 5-HT1-receptor agonists(triptans) - Answer (click here)
51. Ergotamine preparations - Answer (click here)
52. Drugs and pain control - Answer (click here)
53. Nonopioid analgesics, antipyretics, and NSAIDs - Answer (click here)
54. Salicylates - Answer (click here)
55. Acetaminophen - Answer (click here)
56. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - Answer (click here)
57. Phenazopyridine hydrochloride - Answer (click here)
58. Opioid agonist and antagonist drugs - Answer (click here)
59. Opioid agonists - Answer (click here)
60. Mixed opioid agonist-antagonists - Answer (click here)
61. Opioid antagonists - Answer (click here)
62. Anesthetic drugs - Answer (click here)
63. Intravenous anesthetics - Answer (click here)
64. Local anesthetics - Answer (click here)
65. Topical anesthetics - Answer (click here)
66. Drugs and the cardiovascular system - Answer (click here)
67. Inotropics - Answer (click here)
68. Cardiac glycosides - Answer (click here)
69. PDE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
70. Antiarrhythmic drugs - Answer (click here)
71. Class IA antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
72. Class IB antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
73. Class IC antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
74. Class II antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
75. Class III antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
76. Class IV antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
77. Adenosine - Answer (click here)
78. Antianginal drugs - Answer (click here)
79. Nitrates - Answer (click here)
80. Beta-adrenergic antagonists - Answer (click here)
81. Calcium channel blockers - Answer (click here)
82. Antihypertensive drugs - Answer (click here)
83. Sympatholytic drugs - Answer (click here)
84. Vasodilating drugs - Answer (click here)
85. ACE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
86. Angiotensin II receptor blockers - Answer (click here)
87. Antilipemic drugs - Answer (click here)
88. Bile-sequestering drugs - Answer (click here)
89. Fibric acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
90. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
91. Nicotinic acid - Answer (click here)

Hematologic drugs
1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
25. Skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
26. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
27. Direct-acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
28. Other skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
29. Neuromuscular blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
30. Nondepolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
31. Depolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
32. Antiparkinsonian drugs - Answer (click here)
33. Anticholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
34. Dopaminergic drugs - Answer (click here)
35. COMT inhibitors - Answer (click here)
36. Anticonvulsant drugs - Answer (click here)
37. Hydantoins - Answer (click here)
38. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
39. Iminostilbenes - Answer (click here)
40. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
41. Carboxylic acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
42. 1- (aminomethyl) cyclohexane–acetic acid - Answer (click here)
43. Phenyltriazines - Answer (click here)
44. Carboxamides - Answer (click here)
45. Sulfamate-substituted monosaccharides - Answer (click here)
46. Succinimides - Answer (click here)
47. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
48. Pyrrolidines - Answer (click here)
49. Antimigraine drugs - Answer (click here)
50. The 5-HT1-receptor agonists(triptans) - Answer (click here)
51. Ergotamine preparations - Answer (click here)
52. Drugs and pain control - Answer (click here)
53. Nonopioid analgesics, antipyretics, and NSAIDs - Answer (click here)
54. Salicylates - Answer (click here)
55. Acetaminophen - Answer (click here)
56. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - Answer (click here)
57. Phenazopyridine hydrochloride - Answer (click here)
58. Opioid agonist and antagonist drugs - Answer (click here)
59. Opioid agonists - Answer (click here)
60. Mixed opioid agonist-antagonists - Answer (click here)
61. Opioid antagonists - Answer (click here)
62. Anesthetic drugs - Answer (click here)
63. Intravenous anesthetics - Answer (click here)
64. Local anesthetics - Answer (click here)
65. Topical anesthetics - Answer (click here)
66. Drugs and the cardiovascular system - Answer (click here)
67. Inotropics - Answer (click here)
68. Cardiac glycosides - Answer (click here)
69. PDE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
70. Antiarrhythmic drugs - Answer (click here)
71. Class IA antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
72. Class IB antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
73. Class IC antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
74. Class II antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
75. Class III antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
76. Class IV antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
77. Adenosine - Answer (click here)
78. Antianginal drugs - Answer (click here)
79. Nitrates - Answer (click here)
80. Beta-adrenergic antagonists - Answer (click here)
81. Calcium channel blockers - Answer (click here)
82. Antihypertensive drugs - Answer (click here)
83. Sympatholytic drugs - Answer (click here)
84. Vasodilating drugs - Answer (click here)
85. ACE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
86. Angiotensin II receptor blockers - Answer (click here)
87. Antilipemic drugs - Answer (click here)
88. Bile-sequestering drugs - Answer (click here)
89. Fibric acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
90. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
91. Nicotinic acid - Answer (click here)
92. Drugs and the hematologic system - Answer (click here)
93. Hematinic drugs - Answer (click here)
94. Hematinic drugs: Iron - Answer (click here)
95. Hematinic drugs: Vitamin B12 - Answer (click here)
96. Hematinic drugs: Folic acid - Answer (click here)
97. Hematinic drugs: Erythropoietin agents - Answer (click here)
98. Anticoagulant drugs - Answer (click here)
99. Heparin - Answer (click here)
100. Oral anticoagulants - Answer (click here)
101. Antiplatelet drugs - Answer (click here)
102. Direct thrombin inhibitors - Answer (click here)
103. Factor Xa inhibitor drugs - Answer (click here)
104. Thrombolytic drugs - Answer (click here)

Respiratory drugs
1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
25. Skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
26. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
27. Direct-acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
28. Other skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
29. Neuromuscular blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
30. Nondepolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
31. Depolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
32. Antiparkinsonian drugs - Answer (click here)
33. Anticholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
34. Dopaminergic drugs - Answer (click here)
35. COMT inhibitors - Answer (click here)
36. Anticonvulsant drugs - Answer (click here)
37. Hydantoins - Answer (click here)
38. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
39. Iminostilbenes - Answer (click here)
40. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
41. Carboxylic acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
42. 1- (aminomethyl) cyclohexane–acetic acid - Answer (click here)
43. Phenyltriazines - Answer (click here)
44. Carboxamides - Answer (click here)
45. Sulfamate-substituted monosaccharides - Answer (click here)
46. Succinimides - Answer (click here)
47. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
48. Pyrrolidines - Answer (click here)
49. Antimigraine drugs - Answer (click here)
50. The 5-HT1-receptor agonists(triptans) - Answer (click here)
51. Ergotamine preparations - Answer (click here)
52. Drugs and pain control - Answer (click here)
53. Nonopioid analgesics, antipyretics, and NSAIDs - Answer (click here)
54. Salicylates - Answer (click here)
55. Acetaminophen - Answer (click here)
56. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - Answer (click here)
57. Phenazopyridine hydrochloride - Answer (click here)
58. Opioid agonist and antagonist drugs - Answer (click here)
59. Opioid agonists - Answer (click here)
60. Mixed opioid agonist-antagonists - Answer (click here)
61. Opioid antagonists - Answer (click here)
62. Anesthetic drugs - Answer (click here)
63. Intravenous anesthetics - Answer (click here)
64. Local anesthetics - Answer (click here)
65. Topical anesthetics - Answer (click here)
66. Drugs and the cardiovascular system - Answer (click here)
67. Inotropics - Answer (click here)
68. Cardiac glycosides - Answer (click here)
69. PDE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
70. Antiarrhythmic drugs - Answer (click here)
71. Class IA antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
72. Class IB antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
73. Class IC antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
74. Class II antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
75. Class III antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
76. Class IV antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
77. Adenosine - Answer (click here)
78. Antianginal drugs - Answer (click here)
79. Nitrates - Answer (click here)
80. Beta-adrenergic antagonists - Answer (click here)
81. Calcium channel blockers - Answer (click here)
82. Antihypertensive drugs - Answer (click here)
83. Sympatholytic drugs - Answer (click here)
84. Vasodilating drugs - Answer (click here)
85. ACE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
86. Angiotensin II receptor blockers - Answer (click here)
87. Antilipemic drugs - Answer (click here)
88. Bile-sequestering drugs - Answer (click here)
89. Fibric acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
90. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
91. Nicotinic acid - Answer (click here)
92. Drugs and the hematologic system - Answer (click here)
93. Hematinic drugs - Answer (click here)
94. Hematinic drugs: Iron - Answer (click here)
95. Hematinic drugs: Vitamin B12 - Answer (click here)
96. Hematinic drugs: Folic acid - Answer (click here)
97. Hematinic drugs: Erythropoietin agents - Answer (click here)
98. Anticoagulant drugs - Answer (click here)
99. Heparin - Answer (click here)
100. Oral anticoagulants - Answer (click here)
101. Antiplatelet drugs - Answer (click here)
102. Direct thrombin inhibitors - Answer (click here)
103. Factor Xa inhibitor drugs - Answer (click here)
104. Thrombolytic drugs - Answer (click here)
105. Drugs and the respiratory system - Answer (click here)
106. Beta2-adrenergic agonists - Answer (click here)
107. Anticholinergics - Answer (click here)
108. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
109. Leukotriene modifiers - Answer (click here)
110. Mast cell stabilizers - Answer (click here)
111. Methylxanthines - Answer (click here)
112. Monoclonal antibodies: Omalizumab - Answer (click here)
113. Expectorants: Guaifenesin - Answer (click here)
114. Antitussives - Answer (click here)
115. Mucolytics: Acetylcysteine - Answer (click here)
116. Decongestants - Answer (click here)

Gastrointestinal drugs
1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
25. Skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
26. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
27. Direct-acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
28. Other skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
29. Neuromuscular blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
30. Nondepolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
31. Depolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
32. Antiparkinsonian drugs - Answer (click here)
33. Anticholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
34. Dopaminergic drugs - Answer (click here)
35. COMT inhibitors - Answer (click here)
36. Anticonvulsant drugs - Answer (click here)
37. Hydantoins - Answer (click here)
38. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
39. Iminostilbenes - Answer (click here)
40. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
41. Carboxylic acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
42. 1- (aminomethyl) cyclohexane–acetic acid - Answer (click here)
43. Phenyltriazines - Answer (click here)
44. Carboxamides - Answer (click here)
45. Sulfamate-substituted monosaccharides - Answer (click here)
46. Succinimides - Answer (click here)
47. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
48. Pyrrolidines - Answer (click here)
49. Antimigraine drugs - Answer (click here)
50. The 5-HT1-receptor agonists(triptans) - Answer (click here)
51. Ergotamine preparations - Answer (click here)
52. Drugs and pain control - Answer (click here)
53. Nonopioid analgesics, antipyretics, and NSAIDs - Answer (click here)
54. Salicylates - Answer (click here)
55. Acetaminophen - Answer (click here)
56. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - Answer (click here)
57. Phenazopyridine hydrochloride - Answer (click here)
58. Opioid agonist and antagonist drugs - Answer (click here)
59. Opioid agonists - Answer (click here)
60. Mixed opioid agonist-antagonists - Answer (click here)
61. Opioid antagonists - Answer (click here)
62. Anesthetic drugs - Answer (click here)
63. Intravenous anesthetics - Answer (click here)
64. Local anesthetics - Answer (click here)
65. Topical anesthetics - Answer (click here)
66. Drugs and the cardiovascular system - Answer (click here)
67. Inotropics - Answer (click here)
68. Cardiac glycosides - Answer (click here)
69. PDE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
70. Antiarrhythmic drugs - Answer (click here)
71. Class IA antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
72. Class IB antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
73. Class IC antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
74. Class II antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
75. Class III antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
76. Class IV antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
77. Adenosine - Answer (click here)
78. Antianginal drugs - Answer (click here)
79. Nitrates - Answer (click here)
80. Beta-adrenergic antagonists - Answer (click here)
81. Calcium channel blockers - Answer (click here)
82. Antihypertensive drugs - Answer (click here)
83. Sympatholytic drugs - Answer (click here)
84. Vasodilating drugs - Answer (click here)
85. ACE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
86. Angiotensin II receptor blockers - Answer (click here)
87. Antilipemic drugs - Answer (click here)
88. Bile-sequestering drugs - Answer (click here)
89. Fibric acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
90. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
91. Nicotinic acid - Answer (click here)
92. Drugs and the hematologic system - Answer (click here)
93. Hematinic drugs - Answer (click here)
94. Hematinic drugs: Iron - Answer (click here)
95. Hematinic drugs: Vitamin B12 - Answer (click here)
96. Hematinic drugs: Folic acid - Answer (click here)
97. Hematinic drugs: Erythropoietin agents - Answer (click here)
98. Anticoagulant drugs - Answer (click here)
99. Heparin - Answer (click here)
100. Oral anticoagulants - Answer (click here)
101. Antiplatelet drugs - Answer (click here)
102. Direct thrombin inhibitors - Answer (click here)
103. Factor Xa inhibitor drugs - Answer (click here)
104. Thrombolytic drugs - Answer (click here)
105. Drugs and the respiratory system - Answer (click here)
106. Beta2-adrenergic agonists - Answer (click here)
107. Anticholinergics - Answer (click here)
108. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
109. Leukotriene modifiers - Answer (click here)
110. Mast cell stabilizers - Answer (click here)
111. Methylxanthines - Answer (click here)
112. Monoclonal antibodies: Omalizumab - Answer (click here)
113. Expectorants: Guaifenesin - Answer (click here)
114. Antitussives - Answer (click here)
115. Mucolytics: Acetylcysteine - Answer (click here)
116. Decongestants - Answer (click here)
117. Drugs and the Gastrointestinal (GI) system - Answer (click here)
118. Antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
119. Systemic antibiotics - Answer (click here)
120. Antacids - Answer (click here)
121. H2-receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
122. Proton pump inhibitors - Answer (click here)
123. Other antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
124. Adsorbent drugs - Answer (click here)
125. Antiflatulent drugs - Answer (click here)
126. Digestive drugs - Answer (click here)
127. Obesity drugs - Answer (click here)
128. Antidiarrheal and laxative drugs - Answer (click here)
129. Opioid-related drugs - Answer (click here)
130. Kaolin and pectin - Answer (click here)
131. 5-HT3 receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
132. Hyperosmolar laxatives - Answer (click here)
133. Dietary fiber and related bulk-forming laxatives - Answer (click here)
134. Emollient laxatives - Answer (click here)
135. Stimulant laxatives - Answer (click here)
136. Lubricant laxatives - Answer (click here)
137. Antiemetics - Answer (click here)
138. Emetics - Answer (click here)

Genitourinary drugs
1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
25. Skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
26. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
27. Direct-acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
28. Other skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
29. Neuromuscular blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
30. Nondepolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
31. Depolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
32. Antiparkinsonian drugs - Answer (click here)
33. Anticholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
34. Dopaminergic drugs - Answer (click here)
35. COMT inhibitors - Answer (click here)
36. Anticonvulsant drugs - Answer (click here)
37. Hydantoins - Answer (click here)
38. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
39. Iminostilbenes - Answer (click here)
40. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
41. Carboxylic acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
42. 1- (aminomethyl) cyclohexane–acetic acid - Answer (click here)
43. Phenyltriazines - Answer (click here)
44. Carboxamides - Answer (click here)
45. Sulfamate-substituted monosaccharides - Answer (click here)
46. Succinimides - Answer (click here)
47. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
48. Pyrrolidines - Answer (click here)
49. Antimigraine drugs - Answer (click here)
50. The 5-HT1-receptor agonists(triptans) - Answer (click here)
51. Ergotamine preparations - Answer (click here)
52. Drugs and pain control - Answer (click here)
53. Nonopioid analgesics, antipyretics, and NSAIDs - Answer (click here)
54. Salicylates - Answer (click here)
55. Acetaminophen - Answer (click here)
56. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - Answer (click here)
57. Phenazopyridine hydrochloride - Answer (click here)
58. Opioid agonist and antagonist drugs - Answer (click here)
59. Opioid agonists - Answer (click here)
60. Mixed opioid agonist-antagonists - Answer (click here)
61. Opioid antagonists - Answer (click here)
62. Anesthetic drugs - Answer (click here)
63. Intravenous anesthetics - Answer (click here)
64. Local anesthetics - Answer (click here)
65. Topical anesthetics - Answer (click here)
66. Drugs and the cardiovascular system - Answer (click here)
67. Inotropics - Answer (click here)
68. Cardiac glycosides - Answer (click here)
69. PDE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
70. Antiarrhythmic drugs - Answer (click here)
71. Class IA antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
72. Class IB antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
73. Class IC antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
74. Class II antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
75. Class III antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
76. Class IV antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
77. Adenosine - Answer (click here)
78. Antianginal drugs - Answer (click here)
79. Nitrates - Answer (click here)
80. Beta-adrenergic antagonists - Answer (click here)
81. Calcium channel blockers - Answer (click here)
82. Antihypertensive drugs - Answer (click here)
83. Sympatholytic drugs - Answer (click here)
84. Vasodilating drugs - Answer (click here)
85. ACE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
86. Angiotensin II receptor blockers - Answer (click here)
87. Antilipemic drugs - Answer (click here)
88. Bile-sequestering drugs - Answer (click here)
89. Fibric acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
90. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
91. Nicotinic acid - Answer (click here)
92. Drugs and the hematologic system - Answer (click here)
93. Hematinic drugs - Answer (click here)
94. Hematinic drugs: Iron - Answer (click here)
95. Hematinic drugs: Vitamin B12 - Answer (click here)
96. Hematinic drugs: Folic acid - Answer (click here)
97. Hematinic drugs: Erythropoietin agents - Answer (click here)
98. Anticoagulant drugs - Answer (click here)
99. Heparin - Answer (click here)
100. Oral anticoagulants - Answer (click here)
101. Antiplatelet drugs - Answer (click here)
102. Direct thrombin inhibitors - Answer (click here)
103. Factor Xa inhibitor drugs - Answer (click here)
104. Thrombolytic drugs - Answer (click here)
105. Drugs and the respiratory system - Answer (click here)
106. Beta2-adrenergic agonists - Answer (click here)
107. Anticholinergics - Answer (click here)
108. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
109. Leukotriene modifiers - Answer (click here)
110. Mast cell stabilizers - Answer (click here)
111. Methylxanthines - Answer (click here)
112. Monoclonal antibodies: Omalizumab - Answer (click here)
113. Expectorants: Guaifenesin - Answer (click here)
114. Antitussives - Answer (click here)
115. Mucolytics: Acetylcysteine - Answer (click here)
116. Decongestants - Answer (click here)
117. Drugs and the Gastrointestinal (GI) system - Answer (click here)
118. Antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
119. Systemic antibiotics - Answer (click here)
120. Antacids - Answer (click here)
121. H2-receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
122. Proton pump inhibitors - Answer (click here)
123. Other antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
124. Adsorbent drugs - Answer (click here)
125. Antiflatulent drugs - Answer (click here)
126. Digestive drugs - Answer (click here)
127. Obesity drugs - Answer (click here)
128. Antidiarrheal and laxative drugs - Answer (click here)
129. Opioid-related drugs - Answer (click here)
130. Kaolin and pectin - Answer (click here)
131. 5-HT3 receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
132. Hyperosmolar laxatives - Answer (click here)
133. Dietary fiber and related bulk-forming laxatives - Answer (click here)
134. Emollient laxatives - Answer (click here)
135. Stimulant laxatives - Answer (click here)
136. Lubricant laxatives - Answer (click here)
137. Antiemetics - Answer (click here)
138. Emetics - Answer (click here)
139. Drugs and the genitourinary system - Answer (click here)
140. Diuretics - Answer (click here)
141. Thiazide and thiazide-like diuretics - Answer (click here)
142. Loop diuretics - Answer (click here)
143. Potassium-sparing diuretics - Answer (click here)
144. Osmotic diuretics - Answer (click here)
145. Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
146. Urinary tract antispasmodics - Answer (click here)
147. Erectile dysfunction therapy drugs - Answer (click here)
148. Hormonal contraceptives - Answer (click here)

Anti infective drugs


1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
25. Skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
26. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
27. Direct-acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
28. Other skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
29. Neuromuscular blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
30. Nondepolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
31. Depolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
32. Antiparkinsonian drugs - Answer (click here)
33. Anticholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
34. Dopaminergic drugs - Answer (click here)
35. COMT inhibitors - Answer (click here)
36. Anticonvulsant drugs - Answer (click here)
37. Hydantoins - Answer (click here)
38. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
39. Iminostilbenes - Answer (click here)
40. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
41. Carboxylic acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
42. 1- (aminomethyl) cyclohexane–acetic acid - Answer (click here)
43. Phenyltriazines - Answer (click here)
44. Carboxamides - Answer (click here)
45. Sulfamate-substituted monosaccharides - Answer (click here)
46. Succinimides - Answer (click here)
47. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
48. Pyrrolidines - Answer (click here)
49. Antimigraine drugs - Answer (click here)
50. The 5-HT1-receptor agonists(triptans) - Answer (click here)
51. Ergotamine preparations - Answer (click here)
52. Drugs and pain control - Answer (click here)
53. Nonopioid analgesics, antipyretics, and NSAIDs - Answer (click here)
54. Salicylates - Answer (click here)
55. Acetaminophen - Answer (click here)
56. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - Answer (click here)
57. Phenazopyridine hydrochloride - Answer (click here)
58. Opioid agonist and antagonist drugs - Answer (click here)
59. Opioid agonists - Answer (click here)
60. Mixed opioid agonist-antagonists - Answer (click here)
61. Opioid antagonists - Answer (click here)
62. Anesthetic drugs - Answer (click here)
63. Intravenous anesthetics - Answer (click here)
64. Local anesthetics - Answer (click here)
65. Topical anesthetics - Answer (click here)
66. Drugs and the cardiovascular system - Answer (click here)
67. Inotropics - Answer (click here)
68. Cardiac glycosides - Answer (click here)
69. PDE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
70. Antiarrhythmic drugs - Answer (click here)
71. Class IA antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
72. Class IB antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
73. Class IC antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
74. Class II antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
75. Class III antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
76. Class IV antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
77. Adenosine - Answer (click here)
78. Antianginal drugs - Answer (click here)
79. Nitrates - Answer (click here)
80. Beta-adrenergic antagonists - Answer (click here)
81. Calcium channel blockers - Answer (click here)
82. Antihypertensive drugs - Answer (click here)
83. Sympatholytic drugs - Answer (click here)
84. Vasodilating drugs - Answer (click here)
85. ACE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
86. Angiotensin II receptor blockers - Answer (click here)
87. Antilipemic drugs - Answer (click here)
88. Bile-sequestering drugs - Answer (click here)
89. Fibric acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
90. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
91. Nicotinic acid - Answer (click here)
92. Drugs and the hematologic system - Answer (click here)
93. Hematinic drugs - Answer (click here)
94. Hematinic drugs: Iron - Answer (click here)
95. Hematinic drugs: Vitamin B12 - Answer (click here)
96. Hematinic drugs: Folic acid - Answer (click here)
97. Hematinic drugs: Erythropoietin agents - Answer (click here)
98. Anticoagulant drugs - Answer (click here)
99. Heparin - Answer (click here)
100. Oral anticoagulants - Answer (click here)
101. Antiplatelet drugs - Answer (click here)
102. Direct thrombin inhibitors - Answer (click here)
103. Factor Xa inhibitor drugs - Answer (click here)
104. Thrombolytic drugs - Answer (click here)
105. Drugs and the respiratory system - Answer (click here)
106. Beta2-adrenergic agonists - Answer (click here)
107. Anticholinergics - Answer (click here)
108. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
109. Leukotriene modifiers - Answer (click here)
110. Mast cell stabilizers - Answer (click here)
111. Methylxanthines - Answer (click here)
112. Monoclonal antibodies: Omalizumab - Answer (click here)
113. Expectorants: Guaifenesin - Answer (click here)
114. Antitussives - Answer (click here)
115. Mucolytics: Acetylcysteine - Answer (click here)
116. Decongestants - Answer (click here)
117. Drugs and the Gastrointestinal (GI) system - Answer (click here)
118. Antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
119. Systemic antibiotics - Answer (click here)
120. Antacids - Answer (click here)
121. H2-receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
122. Proton pump inhibitors - Answer (click here)
123. Other antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
124. Adsorbent drugs - Answer (click here)
125. Antiflatulent drugs - Answer (click here)
126. Digestive drugs - Answer (click here)
127. Obesity drugs - Answer (click here)
128. Antidiarrheal and laxative drugs - Answer (click here)
129. Opioid-related drugs - Answer (click here)
130. Kaolin and pectin - Answer (click here)
131. 5-HT3 receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
132. Hyperosmolar laxatives - Answer (click here)
133. Dietary fiber and related bulk-forming laxatives - Answer (click here)
134. Emollient laxatives - Answer (click here)
135. Stimulant laxatives - Answer (click here)
136. Lubricant laxatives - Answer (click here)
137. Antiemetics - Answer (click here)
138. Emetics - Answer (click here)
139. Drugs and the genitourinary system - Answer (click here)
140. Diuretics - Answer (click here)
141. Thiazide and thiazide-like diuretics - Answer (click here)
142. Loop diuretics - Answer (click here)
143. Potassium-sparing diuretics - Answer (click here)
144. Osmotic diuretics - Answer (click here)
145. Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
146. Urinary tract antispasmodics - Answer (click here)
147. Erectile dysfunction therapy drugs - Answer (click here)
148. Hormonal contraceptives - Answer (click here)
149. Selecting an antimicrobial drug - Answer (click here)
150. Antibacterial drugs - Answer (click here)
151. Aminoglycosides - Answer (click here)
152. Penicillins - Answer (click here)
153. Cephalosporins - Answer (click here)
154. Tetracyclines - Answer (click here)
155. Lincomycin derivatives - Answer (click here)
156. Macrolides - Answer (click here)
157. Vancomycin - Answer (click here)
158. Carbapenems - Answer (click here)
159. Monobactams - Answer (click here)
160. Fluoroquinolones - Answer (click here)
161. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
162. Nitrofurantoin - Answer (click here)
163. Antiviral drugs - Answer (click here)
164. Synthetic nucleosides - Answer (click here)
165. Pyrophosphate analogues - Answer (click here)
166. Influenza A and syncytial virus drugs - Answer (click here)
167. Nucleoside analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
168. Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
169. Nucleotide analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
170. Protease inhibitors - Answer (click here)
171. Antitubercular drugs - Answer (click here)
172. Drug regimens for treating TB - Answer (click here)
173. Antimycotic drugs - Answer (click here)
174. Polyenes - Answer (click here)
175. Flucytosine - Answer (click here)
176. Imidazole - Answer (click here)
177. Synthetic triazoles - Answer (click here)
178. Glucan synthesis inhibitors - Answer (click here)
179. Synthetic allylamine derivatives - Answer (click here)
180. Drotrecogin alfa - Answer (click here)

Anti inflammatory anti allergy andimmunosuppressant drugs


1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
25. Skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
26. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
27. Direct-acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
28. Other skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
29. Neuromuscular blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
30. Nondepolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
31. Depolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
32. Antiparkinsonian drugs - Answer (click here)
33. Anticholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
34. Dopaminergic drugs - Answer (click here)
35. COMT inhibitors - Answer (click here)
36. Anticonvulsant drugs - Answer (click here)
37. Hydantoins - Answer (click here)
38. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
39. Iminostilbenes - Answer (click here)
40. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
41. Carboxylic acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
42. 1- (aminomethyl) cyclohexane–acetic acid - Answer (click here)
43. Phenyltriazines - Answer (click here)
44. Carboxamides - Answer (click here)
45. Sulfamate-substituted monosaccharides - Answer (click here)
46. Succinimides - Answer (click here)
47. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
48. Pyrrolidines - Answer (click here)
49. Antimigraine drugs - Answer (click here)
50. The 5-HT1-receptor agonists(triptans) - Answer (click here)
51. Ergotamine preparations - Answer (click here)
52. Drugs and pain control - Answer (click here)
53. Nonopioid analgesics, antipyretics, and NSAIDs - Answer (click here)
54. Salicylates - Answer (click here)
55. Acetaminophen - Answer (click here)
56. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - Answer (click here)
57. Phenazopyridine hydrochloride - Answer (click here)
58. Opioid agonist and antagonist drugs - Answer (click here)
59. Opioid agonists - Answer (click here)
60. Mixed opioid agonist-antagonists - Answer (click here)
61. Opioid antagonists - Answer (click here)
62. Anesthetic drugs - Answer (click here)
63. Intravenous anesthetics - Answer (click here)
64. Local anesthetics - Answer (click here)
65. Topical anesthetics - Answer (click here)
66. Drugs and the cardiovascular system - Answer (click here)
67. Inotropics - Answer (click here)
68. Cardiac glycosides - Answer (click here)
69. PDE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
70. Antiarrhythmic drugs - Answer (click here)
71. Class IA antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
72. Class IB antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
73. Class IC antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
74. Class II antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
75. Class III antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
76. Class IV antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
77. Adenosine - Answer (click here)
78. Antianginal drugs - Answer (click here)
79. Nitrates - Answer (click here)
80. Beta-adrenergic antagonists - Answer (click here)
81. Calcium channel blockers - Answer (click here)
82. Antihypertensive drugs - Answer (click here)
83. Sympatholytic drugs - Answer (click here)
84. Vasodilating drugs - Answer (click here)
85. ACE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
86. Angiotensin II receptor blockers - Answer (click here)
87. Antilipemic drugs - Answer (click here)
88. Bile-sequestering drugs - Answer (click here)
89. Fibric acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
90. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
91. Nicotinic acid - Answer (click here)
92. Drugs and the hematologic system - Answer (click here)
93. Hematinic drugs - Answer (click here)
94. Hematinic drugs: Iron - Answer (click here)
95. Hematinic drugs: Vitamin B12 - Answer (click here)
96. Hematinic drugs: Folic acid - Answer (click here)
97. Hematinic drugs: Erythropoietin agents - Answer (click here)
98. Anticoagulant drugs - Answer (click here)
99. Heparin - Answer (click here)
100. Oral anticoagulants - Answer (click here)
101. Antiplatelet drugs - Answer (click here)
102. Direct thrombin inhibitors - Answer (click here)
103. Factor Xa inhibitor drugs - Answer (click here)
104. Thrombolytic drugs - Answer (click here)
105. Drugs and the respiratory system - Answer (click here)
106. Beta2-adrenergic agonists - Answer (click here)
107. Anticholinergics - Answer (click here)
108. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
109. Leukotriene modifiers - Answer (click here)
110. Mast cell stabilizers - Answer (click here)
111. Methylxanthines - Answer (click here)
112. Monoclonal antibodies: Omalizumab - Answer (click here)
113. Expectorants: Guaifenesin - Answer (click here)
114. Antitussives - Answer (click here)
115. Mucolytics: Acetylcysteine - Answer (click here)
116. Decongestants - Answer (click here)
117. Drugs and the Gastrointestinal (GI) system - Answer (click here)
118. Antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
119. Systemic antibiotics - Answer (click here)
120. Antacids - Answer (click here)
121. H2-receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
122. Proton pump inhibitors - Answer (click here)
123. Other antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
124. Adsorbent drugs - Answer (click here)
125. Antiflatulent drugs - Answer (click here)
126. Digestive drugs - Answer (click here)
127. Obesity drugs - Answer (click here)
128. Antidiarrheal and laxative drugs - Answer (click here)
129. Opioid-related drugs - Answer (click here)
130. Kaolin and pectin - Answer (click here)
131. 5-HT3 receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
132. Hyperosmolar laxatives - Answer (click here)
133. Dietary fiber and related bulk-forming laxatives - Answer (click here)
134. Emollient laxatives - Answer (click here)
135. Stimulant laxatives - Answer (click here)
136. Lubricant laxatives - Answer (click here)
137. Antiemetics - Answer (click here)
138. Emetics - Answer (click here)
139. Drugs and the genitourinary system - Answer (click here)
140. Diuretics - Answer (click here)
141. Thiazide and thiazide-like diuretics - Answer (click here)
142. Loop diuretics - Answer (click here)
143. Potassium-sparing diuretics - Answer (click here)
144. Osmotic diuretics - Answer (click here)
145. Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
146. Urinary tract antispasmodics - Answer (click here)
147. Erectile dysfunction therapy drugs - Answer (click here)
148. Hormonal contraceptives - Answer (click here)
149. Selecting an antimicrobial drug - Answer (click here)
150. Antibacterial drugs - Answer (click here)
151. Aminoglycosides - Answer (click here)
152. Penicillins - Answer (click here)
153. Cephalosporins - Answer (click here)
154. Tetracyclines - Answer (click here)
155. Lincomycin derivatives - Answer (click here)
156. Macrolides - Answer (click here)
157. Vancomycin - Answer (click here)
158. Carbapenems - Answer (click here)
159. Monobactams - Answer (click here)
160. Fluoroquinolones - Answer (click here)
161. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
162. Nitrofurantoin - Answer (click here)
163. Antiviral drugs - Answer (click here)
164. Synthetic nucleosides - Answer (click here)
165. Pyrophosphate analogues - Answer (click here)
166. Influenza A and syncytial virus drugs - Answer (click here)
167. Nucleoside analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
168. Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
169. Nucleotide analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
170. Protease inhibitors - Answer (click here)
171. Antitubercular drugs - Answer (click here)
172. Drug regimens for treating TB - Answer (click here)
173. Antimycotic drugs - Answer (click here)
174. Polyenes - Answer (click here)
175. Flucytosine - Answer (click here)
176. Imidazole - Answer (click here)
177. Synthetic triazoles - Answer (click here)
178. Glucan synthesis inhibitors - Answer (click here)
179. Synthetic allylamine derivatives - Answer (click here)
180. Drotrecogin alfa - Answer (click here)
181. Drugs and the immune system - Answer (click here)
182. Antihistamines: Histamine-1 receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
183. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
184. Glucocorticoids - Answer (click here)
185. Mineralocorticoids - Answer (click here)
186. Other immunosuppressants - Answer (click here)
187. Uricosurics - Answer (click here)
188. Other antigout drugs - Answer (click here)

Psychotropic drugs
1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
25. Skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
26. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
27. Direct-acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
28. Other skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
29. Neuromuscular blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
30. Nondepolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
31. Depolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
32. Antiparkinsonian drugs - Answer (click here)
33. Anticholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
34. Dopaminergic drugs - Answer (click here)
35. COMT inhibitors - Answer (click here)
36. Anticonvulsant drugs - Answer (click here)
37. Hydantoins - Answer (click here)
38. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
39. Iminostilbenes - Answer (click here)
40. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
41. Carboxylic acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
42. 1- (aminomethyl) cyclohexane–acetic acid - Answer (click here)
43. Phenyltriazines - Answer (click here)
44. Carboxamides - Answer (click here)
45. Sulfamate-substituted monosaccharides - Answer (click here)
46. Succinimides - Answer (click here)
47. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
48. Pyrrolidines - Answer (click here)
49. Antimigraine drugs - Answer (click here)
50. The 5-HT1-receptor agonists(triptans) - Answer (click here)
51. Ergotamine preparations - Answer (click here)
52. Drugs and pain control - Answer (click here)
53. Nonopioid analgesics, antipyretics, and NSAIDs - Answer (click here)
54. Salicylates - Answer (click here)
55. Acetaminophen - Answer (click here)
56. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - Answer (click here)
57. Phenazopyridine hydrochloride - Answer (click here)
58. Opioid agonist and antagonist drugs - Answer (click here)
59. Opioid agonists - Answer (click here)
60. Mixed opioid agonist-antagonists - Answer (click here)
61. Opioid antagonists - Answer (click here)
62. Anesthetic drugs - Answer (click here)
63. Intravenous anesthetics - Answer (click here)
64. Local anesthetics - Answer (click here)
65. Topical anesthetics - Answer (click here)
66. Drugs and the cardiovascular system - Answer (click here)
67. Inotropics - Answer (click here)
68. Cardiac glycosides - Answer (click here)
69. PDE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
70. Antiarrhythmic drugs - Answer (click here)
71. Class IA antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
72. Class IB antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
73. Class IC antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
74. Class II antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
75. Class III antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
76. Class IV antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
77. Adenosine - Answer (click here)
78. Antianginal drugs - Answer (click here)
79. Nitrates - Answer (click here)
80. Beta-adrenergic antagonists - Answer (click here)
81. Calcium channel blockers - Answer (click here)
82. Antihypertensive drugs - Answer (click here)
83. Sympatholytic drugs - Answer (click here)
84. Vasodilating drugs - Answer (click here)
85. ACE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
86. Angiotensin II receptor blockers - Answer (click here)
87. Antilipemic drugs - Answer (click here)
88. Bile-sequestering drugs - Answer (click here)
89. Fibric acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
90. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
91. Nicotinic acid - Answer (click here)
92. Drugs and the hematologic system - Answer (click here)
93. Hematinic drugs - Answer (click here)
94. Hematinic drugs: Iron - Answer (click here)
95. Hematinic drugs: Vitamin B12 - Answer (click here)
96. Hematinic drugs: Folic acid - Answer (click here)
97. Hematinic drugs: Erythropoietin agents - Answer (click here)
98. Anticoagulant drugs - Answer (click here)
99. Heparin - Answer (click here)
100. Oral anticoagulants - Answer (click here)
101. Antiplatelet drugs - Answer (click here)
102. Direct thrombin inhibitors - Answer (click here)
103. Factor Xa inhibitor drugs - Answer (click here)
104. Thrombolytic drugs - Answer (click here)
105. Drugs and the respiratory system - Answer (click here)
106. Beta2-adrenergic agonists - Answer (click here)
107. Anticholinergics - Answer (click here)
108. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
109. Leukotriene modifiers - Answer (click here)
110. Mast cell stabilizers - Answer (click here)
111. Methylxanthines - Answer (click here)
112. Monoclonal antibodies: Omalizumab - Answer (click here)
113. Expectorants: Guaifenesin - Answer (click here)
114. Antitussives - Answer (click here)
115. Mucolytics: Acetylcysteine - Answer (click here)
116. Decongestants - Answer (click here)
117. Drugs and the Gastrointestinal (GI) system - Answer (click here)
118. Antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
119. Systemic antibiotics - Answer (click here)
120. Antacids - Answer (click here)
121. H2-receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
122. Proton pump inhibitors - Answer (click here)
123. Other antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
124. Adsorbent drugs - Answer (click here)
125. Antiflatulent drugs - Answer (click here)
126. Digestive drugs - Answer (click here)
127. Obesity drugs - Answer (click here)
128. Antidiarrheal and laxative drugs - Answer (click here)
129. Opioid-related drugs - Answer (click here)
130. Kaolin and pectin - Answer (click here)
131. 5-HT3 receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
132. Hyperosmolar laxatives - Answer (click here)
133. Dietary fiber and related bulk-forming laxatives - Answer (click here)
134. Emollient laxatives - Answer (click here)
135. Stimulant laxatives - Answer (click here)
136. Lubricant laxatives - Answer (click here)
137. Antiemetics - Answer (click here)
138. Emetics - Answer (click here)
139. Drugs and the genitourinary system - Answer (click here)
140. Diuretics - Answer (click here)
141. Thiazide and thiazide-like diuretics - Answer (click here)
142. Loop diuretics - Answer (click here)
143. Potassium-sparing diuretics - Answer (click here)
144. Osmotic diuretics - Answer (click here)
145. Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
146. Urinary tract antispasmodics - Answer (click here)
147. Erectile dysfunction therapy drugs - Answer (click here)
148. Hormonal contraceptives - Answer (click here)
149. Selecting an antimicrobial drug - Answer (click here)
150. Antibacterial drugs - Answer (click here)
151. Aminoglycosides - Answer (click here)
152. Penicillins - Answer (click here)
153. Cephalosporins - Answer (click here)
154. Tetracyclines - Answer (click here)
155. Lincomycin derivatives - Answer (click here)
156. Macrolides - Answer (click here)
157. Vancomycin - Answer (click here)
158. Carbapenems - Answer (click here)
159. Monobactams - Answer (click here)
160. Fluoroquinolones - Answer (click here)
161. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
162. Nitrofurantoin - Answer (click here)
163. Antiviral drugs - Answer (click here)
164. Synthetic nucleosides - Answer (click here)
165. Pyrophosphate analogues - Answer (click here)
166. Influenza A and syncytial virus drugs - Answer (click here)
167. Nucleoside analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
168. Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
169. Nucleotide analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
170. Protease inhibitors - Answer (click here)
171. Antitubercular drugs - Answer (click here)
172. Drug regimens for treating TB - Answer (click here)
173. Antimycotic drugs - Answer (click here)
174. Polyenes - Answer (click here)
175. Flucytosine - Answer (click here)
176. Imidazole - Answer (click here)
177. Synthetic triazoles - Answer (click here)
178. Glucan synthesis inhibitors - Answer (click here)
179. Synthetic allylamine derivatives - Answer (click here)
180. Drotrecogin alfa - Answer (click here)
181. Drugs and the immune system - Answer (click here)
182. Antihistamines: Histamine-1 receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
183. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
184. Glucocorticoids - Answer (click here)
185. Mineralocorticoids - Answer (click here)
186. Other immunosuppressants - Answer (click here)
187. Uricosurics - Answer (click here)
188. Other antigout drugs - Answer (click here)
189. Sedative and hypnotic drugs - Answer (click here)
190. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
191. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
192. Nonbenzodiazepines-nonbarbiturates - Answer (click here)
193. Antianxiety drugs - Answer (click here)
194. Antidepressant and mood stabilizer drugs - Answer (click here)
195. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors - Answer (click here)
196. Tricyclic antidepressants - Answer (click here)
197. Monoamine oxidase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
198. Miscellaneous antidepressants - Answer (click here)
199. Lithium - Answer (click here)
200. Antipsychotic drugs - Answer (click here)
201. Atypical antipsychotics - Answer (click here)
202. Typical antipsychotics - Answer (click here)
203. Stimulants - Answer (click here)

Endocrine drugs
1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
25. Skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
26. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
27. Direct-acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
28. Other skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
29. Neuromuscular blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
30. Nondepolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
31. Depolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
32. Antiparkinsonian drugs - Answer (click here)
33. Anticholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
34. Dopaminergic drugs - Answer (click here)
35. COMT inhibitors - Answer (click here)
36. Anticonvulsant drugs - Answer (click here)
37. Hydantoins - Answer (click here)
38. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
39. Iminostilbenes - Answer (click here)
40. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
41. Carboxylic acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
42. 1- (aminomethyl) cyclohexane–acetic acid - Answer (click here)
43. Phenyltriazines - Answer (click here)
44. Carboxamides - Answer (click here)
45. Sulfamate-substituted monosaccharides - Answer (click here)
46. Succinimides - Answer (click here)
47. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
48. Pyrrolidines - Answer (click here)
49. Antimigraine drugs - Answer (click here)
50. The 5-HT1-receptor agonists(triptans) - Answer (click here)
51. Ergotamine preparations - Answer (click here)
52. Drugs and pain control - Answer (click here)
53. Nonopioid analgesics, antipyretics, and NSAIDs - Answer (click here)
54. Salicylates - Answer (click here)
55. Acetaminophen - Answer (click here)
56. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - Answer (click here)
57. Phenazopyridine hydrochloride - Answer (click here)
58. Opioid agonist and antagonist drugs - Answer (click here)
59. Opioid agonists - Answer (click here)
60. Mixed opioid agonist-antagonists - Answer (click here)
61. Opioid antagonists - Answer (click here)
62. Anesthetic drugs - Answer (click here)
63. Intravenous anesthetics - Answer (click here)
64. Local anesthetics - Answer (click here)
65. Topical anesthetics - Answer (click here)
66. Drugs and the cardiovascular system - Answer (click here)
67. Inotropics - Answer (click here)
68. Cardiac glycosides - Answer (click here)
69. PDE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
70. Antiarrhythmic drugs - Answer (click here)
71. Class IA antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
72. Class IB antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
73. Class IC antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
74. Class II antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
75. Class III antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
76. Class IV antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
77. Adenosine - Answer (click here)
78. Antianginal drugs - Answer (click here)
79. Nitrates - Answer (click here)
80. Beta-adrenergic antagonists - Answer (click here)
81. Calcium channel blockers - Answer (click here)
82. Antihypertensive drugs - Answer (click here)
83. Sympatholytic drugs - Answer (click here)
84. Vasodilating drugs - Answer (click here)
85. ACE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
86. Angiotensin II receptor blockers - Answer (click here)
87. Antilipemic drugs - Answer (click here)
88. Bile-sequestering drugs - Answer (click here)
89. Fibric acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
90. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
91. Nicotinic acid - Answer (click here)
92. Drugs and the hematologic system - Answer (click here)
93. Hematinic drugs - Answer (click here)
94. Hematinic drugs: Iron - Answer (click here)
95. Hematinic drugs: Vitamin B12 - Answer (click here)
96. Hematinic drugs: Folic acid - Answer (click here)
97. Hematinic drugs: Erythropoietin agents - Answer (click here)
98. Anticoagulant drugs - Answer (click here)
99. Heparin - Answer (click here)
100. Oral anticoagulants - Answer (click here)
101. Antiplatelet drugs - Answer (click here)
102. Direct thrombin inhibitors - Answer (click here)
103. Factor Xa inhibitor drugs - Answer (click here)
104. Thrombolytic drugs - Answer (click here)
105. Drugs and the respiratory system - Answer (click here)
106. Beta2-adrenergic agonists - Answer (click here)
107. Anticholinergics - Answer (click here)
108. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
109. Leukotriene modifiers - Answer (click here)
110. Mast cell stabilizers - Answer (click here)
111. Methylxanthines - Answer (click here)
112. Monoclonal antibodies: Omalizumab - Answer (click here)
113. Expectorants: Guaifenesin - Answer (click here)
114. Antitussives - Answer (click here)
115. Mucolytics: Acetylcysteine - Answer (click here)
116. Decongestants - Answer (click here)
117. Drugs and the Gastrointestinal (GI) system - Answer (click here)
118. Antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
119. Systemic antibiotics - Answer (click here)
120. Antacids - Answer (click here)
121. H2-receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
122. Proton pump inhibitors - Answer (click here)
123. Other antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
124. Adsorbent drugs - Answer (click here)
125. Antiflatulent drugs - Answer (click here)
126. Digestive drugs - Answer (click here)
127. Obesity drugs - Answer (click here)
128. Antidiarrheal and laxative drugs - Answer (click here)
129. Opioid-related drugs - Answer (click here)
130. Kaolin and pectin - Answer (click here)
131. 5-HT3 receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
132. Hyperosmolar laxatives - Answer (click here)
133. Dietary fiber and related bulk-forming laxatives - Answer (click here)
134. Emollient laxatives - Answer (click here)
135. Stimulant laxatives - Answer (click here)
136. Lubricant laxatives - Answer (click here)
137. Antiemetics - Answer (click here)
138. Emetics - Answer (click here)
139. Drugs and the genitourinary system - Answer (click here)
140. Diuretics - Answer (click here)
141. Thiazide and thiazide-like diuretics - Answer (click here)
142. Loop diuretics - Answer (click here)
143. Potassium-sparing diuretics - Answer (click here)
144. Osmotic diuretics - Answer (click here)
145. Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
146. Urinary tract antispasmodics - Answer (click here)
147. Erectile dysfunction therapy drugs - Answer (click here)
148. Hormonal contraceptives - Answer (click here)
149. Selecting an antimicrobial drug - Answer (click here)
150. Antibacterial drugs - Answer (click here)
151. Aminoglycosides - Answer (click here)
152. Penicillins - Answer (click here)
153. Cephalosporins - Answer (click here)
154. Tetracyclines - Answer (click here)
155. Lincomycin derivatives - Answer (click here)
156. Macrolides - Answer (click here)
157. Vancomycin - Answer (click here)
158. Carbapenems - Answer (click here)
159. Monobactams - Answer (click here)
160. Fluoroquinolones - Answer (click here)
161. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
162. Nitrofurantoin - Answer (click here)
163. Antiviral drugs - Answer (click here)
164. Synthetic nucleosides - Answer (click here)
165. Pyrophosphate analogues - Answer (click here)
166. Influenza A and syncytial virus drugs - Answer (click here)
167. Nucleoside analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
168. Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
169. Nucleotide analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
170. Protease inhibitors - Answer (click here)
171. Antitubercular drugs - Answer (click here)
172. Drug regimens for treating TB - Answer (click here)
173. Antimycotic drugs - Answer (click here)
174. Polyenes - Answer (click here)
175. Flucytosine - Answer (click here)
176. Imidazole - Answer (click here)
177. Synthetic triazoles - Answer (click here)
178. Glucan synthesis inhibitors - Answer (click here)
179. Synthetic allylamine derivatives - Answer (click here)
180. Drotrecogin alfa - Answer (click here)
181. Drugs and the immune system - Answer (click here)
182. Antihistamines: Histamine-1 receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
183. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
184. Glucocorticoids - Answer (click here)
185. Mineralocorticoids - Answer (click here)
186. Other immunosuppressants - Answer (click here)
187. Uricosurics - Answer (click here)
188. Other antigout drugs - Answer (click here)
189. Sedative and hypnotic drugs - Answer (click here)
190. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
191. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
192. Nonbenzodiazepines-nonbarbiturates - Answer (click here)
193. Antianxiety drugs - Answer (click here)
194. Antidepressant and mood stabilizer drugs - Answer (click here)
195. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors - Answer (click here)
196. Tricyclic antidepressants - Answer (click here)
197. Monoamine oxidase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
198. Miscellaneous antidepressants - Answer (click here)
199. Lithium - Answer (click here)
200. Antipsychotic drugs - Answer (click here)
201. Atypical antipsychotics - Answer (click here)
202. Typical antipsychotics - Answer (click here)
203. Stimulants - Answer (click here)
204. Drugs and the endocrine system - Answer (click here)
205. Antidiabetic drugs and glucagon - Answer (click here)
206. Insulin - Answer (click here)
207. Oral antidiabetic drugs - Answer (click here)
208. Glucagon - Answer (click here)
209. Estrogens - Answer (click here)
210. Natural and synthetic estrogen - Answer (click here)
211. Pituitary drugs - Answer (click here)
212. Anterior pituitary drugs - Answer (click here)
213. Posterior pituitary drugs - Answer (click here)
214. Thyroid drugs - Answer (click here)
215. Antithyroid drugs - Answer (click here)

Drugs for fluid and electrolyte balance


1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
25. Skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
26. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
27. Direct-acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
28. Other skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
29. Neuromuscular blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
30. Nondepolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
31. Depolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
32. Antiparkinsonian drugs - Answer (click here)
33. Anticholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
34. Dopaminergic drugs - Answer (click here)
35. COMT inhibitors - Answer (click here)
36. Anticonvulsant drugs - Answer (click here)
37. Hydantoins - Answer (click here)
38. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
39. Iminostilbenes - Answer (click here)
40. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
41. Carboxylic acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
42. 1- (aminomethyl) cyclohexane–acetic acid - Answer (click here)
43. Phenyltriazines - Answer (click here)
44. Carboxamides - Answer (click here)
45. Sulfamate-substituted monosaccharides - Answer (click here)
46. Succinimides - Answer (click here)
47. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
48. Pyrrolidines - Answer (click here)
49. Antimigraine drugs - Answer (click here)
50. The 5-HT1-receptor agonists(triptans) - Answer (click here)
51. Ergotamine preparations - Answer (click here)
52. Drugs and pain control - Answer (click here)
53. Nonopioid analgesics, antipyretics, and NSAIDs - Answer (click here)
54. Salicylates - Answer (click here)
55. Acetaminophen - Answer (click here)
56. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - Answer (click here)
57. Phenazopyridine hydrochloride - Answer (click here)
58. Opioid agonist and antagonist drugs - Answer (click here)
59. Opioid agonists - Answer (click here)
60. Mixed opioid agonist-antagonists - Answer (click here)
61. Opioid antagonists - Answer (click here)
62. Anesthetic drugs - Answer (click here)
63. Intravenous anesthetics - Answer (click here)
64. Local anesthetics - Answer (click here)
65. Topical anesthetics - Answer (click here)
66. Drugs and the cardiovascular system - Answer (click here)
67. Inotropics - Answer (click here)
68. Cardiac glycosides - Answer (click here)
69. PDE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
70. Antiarrhythmic drugs - Answer (click here)
71. Class IA antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
72. Class IB antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
73. Class IC antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
74. Class II antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
75. Class III antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
76. Class IV antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
77. Adenosine - Answer (click here)
78. Antianginal drugs - Answer (click here)
79. Nitrates - Answer (click here)
80. Beta-adrenergic antagonists - Answer (click here)
81. Calcium channel blockers - Answer (click here)
82. Antihypertensive drugs - Answer (click here)
83. Sympatholytic drugs - Answer (click here)
84. Vasodilating drugs - Answer (click here)
85. ACE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
86. Angiotensin II receptor blockers - Answer (click here)
87. Antilipemic drugs - Answer (click here)
88. Bile-sequestering drugs - Answer (click here)
89. Fibric acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
90. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
91. Nicotinic acid - Answer (click here)
92. Drugs and the hematologic system - Answer (click here)
93. Hematinic drugs - Answer (click here)
94. Hematinic drugs: Iron - Answer (click here)
95. Hematinic drugs: Vitamin B12 - Answer (click here)
96. Hematinic drugs: Folic acid - Answer (click here)
97. Hematinic drugs: Erythropoietin agents - Answer (click here)
98. Anticoagulant drugs - Answer (click here)
99. Heparin - Answer (click here)
100. Oral anticoagulants - Answer (click here)
101. Antiplatelet drugs - Answer (click here)
102. Direct thrombin inhibitors - Answer (click here)
103. Factor Xa inhibitor drugs - Answer (click here)
104. Thrombolytic drugs - Answer (click here)
105. Drugs and the respiratory system - Answer (click here)
106. Beta2-adrenergic agonists - Answer (click here)
107. Anticholinergics - Answer (click here)
108. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
109. Leukotriene modifiers - Answer (click here)
110. Mast cell stabilizers - Answer (click here)
111. Methylxanthines - Answer (click here)
112. Monoclonal antibodies: Omalizumab - Answer (click here)
113. Expectorants: Guaifenesin - Answer (click here)
114. Antitussives - Answer (click here)
115. Mucolytics: Acetylcysteine - Answer (click here)
116. Decongestants - Answer (click here)
117. Drugs and the Gastrointestinal (GI) system - Answer (click here)
118. Antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
119. Systemic antibiotics - Answer (click here)
120. Antacids - Answer (click here)
121. H2-receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
122. Proton pump inhibitors - Answer (click here)
123. Other antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
124. Adsorbent drugs - Answer (click here)
125. Antiflatulent drugs - Answer (click here)
126. Digestive drugs - Answer (click here)
127. Obesity drugs - Answer (click here)
128. Antidiarrheal and laxative drugs - Answer (click here)
129. Opioid-related drugs - Answer (click here)
130. Kaolin and pectin - Answer (click here)
131. 5-HT3 receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
132. Hyperosmolar laxatives - Answer (click here)
133. Dietary fiber and related bulk-forming laxatives - Answer (click here)
134. Emollient laxatives - Answer (click here)
135. Stimulant laxatives - Answer (click here)
136. Lubricant laxatives - Answer (click here)
137. Antiemetics - Answer (click here)
138. Emetics - Answer (click here)
139. Drugs and the genitourinary system - Answer (click here)
140. Diuretics - Answer (click here)
141. Thiazide and thiazide-like diuretics - Answer (click here)
142. Loop diuretics - Answer (click here)
143. Potassium-sparing diuretics - Answer (click here)
144. Osmotic diuretics - Answer (click here)
145. Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
146. Urinary tract antispasmodics - Answer (click here)
147. Erectile dysfunction therapy drugs - Answer (click here)
148. Hormonal contraceptives - Answer (click here)
149. Selecting an antimicrobial drug - Answer (click here)
150. Antibacterial drugs - Answer (click here)
151. Aminoglycosides - Answer (click here)
152. Penicillins - Answer (click here)
153. Cephalosporins - Answer (click here)
154. Tetracyclines - Answer (click here)
155. Lincomycin derivatives - Answer (click here)
156. Macrolides - Answer (click here)
157. Vancomycin - Answer (click here)
158. Carbapenems - Answer (click here)
159. Monobactams - Answer (click here)
160. Fluoroquinolones - Answer (click here)
161. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
162. Nitrofurantoin - Answer (click here)
163. Antiviral drugs - Answer (click here)
164. Synthetic nucleosides - Answer (click here)
165. Pyrophosphate analogues - Answer (click here)
166. Influenza A and syncytial virus drugs - Answer (click here)
167. Nucleoside analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
168. Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
169. Nucleotide analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
170. Protease inhibitors - Answer (click here)
171. Antitubercular drugs - Answer (click here)
172. Drug regimens for treating TB - Answer (click here)
173. Antimycotic drugs - Answer (click here)
174. Polyenes - Answer (click here)
175. Flucytosine - Answer (click here)
176. Imidazole - Answer (click here)
177. Synthetic triazoles - Answer (click here)
178. Glucan synthesis inhibitors - Answer (click here)
179. Synthetic allylamine derivatives - Answer (click here)
180. Drotrecogin alfa - Answer (click here)
181. Drugs and the immune system - Answer (click here)
182. Antihistamines: Histamine-1 receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
183. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
184. Glucocorticoids - Answer (click here)
185. Mineralocorticoids - Answer (click here)
186. Other immunosuppressants - Answer (click here)
187. Uricosurics - Answer (click here)
188. Other antigout drugs - Answer (click here)
189. Sedative and hypnotic drugs - Answer (click here)
190. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
191. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
192. Nonbenzodiazepines-nonbarbiturates - Answer (click here)
193. Antianxiety drugs - Answer (click here)
194. Antidepressant and mood stabilizer drugs - Answer (click here)
195. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors - Answer (click here)
196. Tricyclic antidepressants - Answer (click here)
197. Monoamine oxidase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
198. Miscellaneous antidepressants - Answer (click here)
199. Lithium - Answer (click here)
200. Antipsychotic drugs - Answer (click here)
201. Atypical antipsychotics - Answer (click here)
202. Typical antipsychotics - Answer (click here)
203. Stimulants - Answer (click here)
204. Drugs and the endocrine system - Answer (click here)
205. Antidiabetic drugs and glucagon - Answer (click here)
206. Insulin - Answer (click here)
207. Oral antidiabetic drugs - Answer (click here)
208. Glucagon - Answer (click here)
209. Estrogens - Answer (click here)
210. Natural and synthetic estrogen - Answer (click here)
211. Pituitary drugs - Answer (click here)
212. Anterior pituitary drugs - Answer (click here)
213. Posterior pituitary drugs - Answer (click here)
214. Thyroid drugs - Answer (click here)
215. Antithyroid drugs - Answer (click here)
216. Drugs and homeostasis - Answer (click here)
217. Electrolyte replacement drugs - Answer (click here)
218. Potassium - Answer (click here)
219. Calcium - Answer (click here)
220. Magnesium - Answer (click here)
221. Sodium - Answer (click here)
222. Alkalinizing and acidifying drugs - Answer (click here)
223. Alkalinizing drugs - Answer (click here)
224. Acidifying drugs - Answer (click here)

Antineoplastic drugs
1. Pharmacology basics - Answer (click here)
2. Where drugs come from - Answer (click here)
3. How drugs are administered - Answer (click here)
4. New drug development - Answer (click here)
5. Pharmacokinetics - Answer (click here)
6. Pharmacokinetics: Absorption - Answer (click here)
7. Pharmacokinetics: Distribution - Answer (click here)
8. Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism - Answer (click here)
9. Pharmacokinetics: Excretion - Answer (click here)
10. Onset, peak, and duration - Answer (click here)
11. Pharmacodynamics - Answer (click here)
12. Pharmacotherapeutics - Answer (click here)
13. Drug interactions - Answer (click here)
14. Adverse drug reactions - Answer (click here)
15. Cholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
16. Cholinergic agonists - Answer (click here)
17. Anticholinesterase drugs - Answer (click here)
18. Cholinergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
19. Adrenergic drugs - Answer (click here)
20. Catecholamines - Answer (click here)
21. Noncatecholamines - Answer (click here)
22. Adrenergic blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
23. Alpha-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
24. Beta-adrenergic blockers - Answer (click here)
25. Skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
26. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
27. Direct-acting skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
28. Other skeletal muscle relaxants - Answer (click here)
29. Neuromuscular blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
30. Nondepolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
31. Depolarizing blocking drugs - Answer (click here)
32. Antiparkinsonian drugs - Answer (click here)
33. Anticholinergic drugs - Answer (click here)
34. Dopaminergic drugs - Answer (click here)
35. COMT inhibitors - Answer (click here)
36. Anticonvulsant drugs - Answer (click here)
37. Hydantoins - Answer (click here)
38. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
39. Iminostilbenes - Answer (click here)
40. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
41. Carboxylic acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
42. 1- (aminomethyl) cyclohexane–acetic acid - Answer (click here)
43. Phenyltriazines - Answer (click here)
44. Carboxamides - Answer (click here)
45. Sulfamate-substituted monosaccharides - Answer (click here)
46. Succinimides - Answer (click here)
47. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
48. Pyrrolidines - Answer (click here)
49. Antimigraine drugs - Answer (click here)
50. The 5-HT1-receptor agonists(triptans) - Answer (click here)
51. Ergotamine preparations - Answer (click here)
52. Drugs and pain control - Answer (click here)
53. Nonopioid analgesics, antipyretics, and NSAIDs - Answer (click here)
54. Salicylates - Answer (click here)
55. Acetaminophen - Answer (click here)
56. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - Answer (click here)
57. Phenazopyridine hydrochloride - Answer (click here)
58. Opioid agonist and antagonist drugs - Answer (click here)
59. Opioid agonists - Answer (click here)
60. Mixed opioid agonist-antagonists - Answer (click here)
61. Opioid antagonists - Answer (click here)
62. Anesthetic drugs - Answer (click here)
63. Intravenous anesthetics - Answer (click here)
64. Local anesthetics - Answer (click here)
65. Topical anesthetics - Answer (click here)
66. Drugs and the cardiovascular system - Answer (click here)
67. Inotropics - Answer (click here)
68. Cardiac glycosides - Answer (click here)
69. PDE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
70. Antiarrhythmic drugs - Answer (click here)
71. Class IA antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
72. Class IB antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
73. Class IC antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
74. Class II antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
75. Class III antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
76. Class IV antiarrhythmics - Answer (click here)
77. Adenosine - Answer (click here)
78. Antianginal drugs - Answer (click here)
79. Nitrates - Answer (click here)
80. Beta-adrenergic antagonists - Answer (click here)
81. Calcium channel blockers - Answer (click here)
82. Antihypertensive drugs - Answer (click here)
83. Sympatholytic drugs - Answer (click here)
84. Vasodilating drugs - Answer (click here)
85. ACE inhibitors - Answer (click here)
86. Angiotensin II receptor blockers - Answer (click here)
87. Antilipemic drugs - Answer (click here)
88. Bile-sequestering drugs - Answer (click here)
89. Fibric acid derivatives - Answer (click here)
90. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
91. Nicotinic acid - Answer (click here)
92. Drugs and the hematologic system - Answer (click here)
93. Hematinic drugs - Answer (click here)
94. Hematinic drugs: Iron - Answer (click here)
95. Hematinic drugs: Vitamin B12 - Answer (click here)
96. Hematinic drugs: Folic acid - Answer (click here)
97. Hematinic drugs: Erythropoietin agents - Answer (click here)
98. Anticoagulant drugs - Answer (click here)
99. Heparin - Answer (click here)
100. Oral anticoagulants - Answer (click here)
101. Antiplatelet drugs - Answer (click here)
102. Direct thrombin inhibitors - Answer (click here)
103. Factor Xa inhibitor drugs - Answer (click here)
104. Thrombolytic drugs - Answer (click here)
105. Drugs and the respiratory system - Answer (click here)
106. Beta2-adrenergic agonists - Answer (click here)
107. Anticholinergics - Answer (click here)
108. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
109. Leukotriene modifiers - Answer (click here)
110. Mast cell stabilizers - Answer (click here)
111. Methylxanthines - Answer (click here)
112. Monoclonal antibodies: Omalizumab - Answer (click here)
113. Expectorants: Guaifenesin - Answer (click here)
114. Antitussives - Answer (click here)
115. Mucolytics: Acetylcysteine - Answer (click here)
116. Decongestants - Answer (click here)
117. Drugs and the Gastrointestinal (GI) system - Answer (click here)
118. Antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
119. Systemic antibiotics - Answer (click here)
120. Antacids - Answer (click here)
121. H2-receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
122. Proton pump inhibitors - Answer (click here)
123. Other antiulcer drugs - Answer (click here)
124. Adsorbent drugs - Answer (click here)
125. Antiflatulent drugs - Answer (click here)
126. Digestive drugs - Answer (click here)
127. Obesity drugs - Answer (click here)
128. Antidiarrheal and laxative drugs - Answer (click here)
129. Opioid-related drugs - Answer (click here)
130. Kaolin and pectin - Answer (click here)
131. 5-HT3 receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
132. Hyperosmolar laxatives - Answer (click here)
133. Dietary fiber and related bulk-forming laxatives - Answer (click here)
134. Emollient laxatives - Answer (click here)
135. Stimulant laxatives - Answer (click here)
136. Lubricant laxatives - Answer (click here)
137. Antiemetics - Answer (click here)
138. Emetics - Answer (click here)
139. Drugs and the genitourinary system - Answer (click here)
140. Diuretics - Answer (click here)
141. Thiazide and thiazide-like diuretics - Answer (click here)
142. Loop diuretics - Answer (click here)
143. Potassium-sparing diuretics - Answer (click here)
144. Osmotic diuretics - Answer (click here)
145. Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
146. Urinary tract antispasmodics - Answer (click here)
147. Erectile dysfunction therapy drugs - Answer (click here)
148. Hormonal contraceptives - Answer (click here)
149. Selecting an antimicrobial drug - Answer (click here)
150. Antibacterial drugs - Answer (click here)
151. Aminoglycosides - Answer (click here)
152. Penicillins - Answer (click here)
153. Cephalosporins - Answer (click here)
154. Tetracyclines - Answer (click here)
155. Lincomycin derivatives - Answer (click here)
156. Macrolides - Answer (click here)
157. Vancomycin - Answer (click here)
158. Carbapenems - Answer (click here)
159. Monobactams - Answer (click here)
160. Fluoroquinolones - Answer (click here)
161. Sulfonamides - Answer (click here)
162. Nitrofurantoin - Answer (click here)
163. Antiviral drugs - Answer (click here)
164. Synthetic nucleosides - Answer (click here)
165. Pyrophosphate analogues - Answer (click here)
166. Influenza A and syncytial virus drugs - Answer (click here)
167. Nucleoside analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
168. Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
169. Nucleotide analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
170. Protease inhibitors - Answer (click here)
171. Antitubercular drugs - Answer (click here)
172. Drug regimens for treating TB - Answer (click here)
173. Antimycotic drugs - Answer (click here)
174. Polyenes - Answer (click here)
175. Flucytosine - Answer (click here)
176. Imidazole - Answer (click here)
177. Synthetic triazoles - Answer (click here)
178. Glucan synthesis inhibitors - Answer (click here)
179. Synthetic allylamine derivatives - Answer (click here)
180. Drotrecogin alfa - Answer (click here)
181. Drugs and the immune system - Answer (click here)
182. Antihistamines: Histamine-1 receptor antagonists - Answer (click here)
183. Corticosteroids - Answer (click here)
184. Glucocorticoids - Answer (click here)
185. Mineralocorticoids - Answer (click here)
186. Other immunosuppressants - Answer (click here)
187. Uricosurics - Answer (click here)
188. Other antigout drugs - Answer (click here)
189. Sedative and hypnotic drugs - Answer (click here)
190. Benzodiazepines - Answer (click here)
191. Barbiturates - Answer (click here)
192. Nonbenzodiazepines-nonbarbiturates - Answer (click here)
193. Antianxiety drugs - Answer (click here)
194. Antidepressant and mood stabilizer drugs - Answer (click here)
195. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors - Answer (click here)
196. Tricyclic antidepressants - Answer (click here)
197. Monoamine oxidase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
198. Miscellaneous antidepressants - Answer (click here)
199. Lithium - Answer (click here)
200. Antipsychotic drugs - Answer (click here)
201. Atypical antipsychotics - Answer (click here)
202. Typical antipsychotics - Answer (click here)
203. Stimulants - Answer (click here)
204. Drugs and the endocrine system - Answer (click here)
205. Antidiabetic drugs and glucagon - Answer (click here)
206. Insulin - Answer (click here)
207. Oral antidiabetic drugs - Answer (click here)
208. Glucagon - Answer (click here)
209. Estrogens - Answer (click here)
210. Natural and synthetic estrogen - Answer (click here)
211. Pituitary drugs - Answer (click here)
212. Anterior pituitary drugs - Answer (click here)
213. Posterior pituitary drugs - Answer (click here)
214. Thyroid drugs - Answer (click here)
215. Antithyroid drugs - Answer (click here)
216. Drugs and homeostasis - Answer (click here)
217. Electrolyte replacement drugs - Answer (click here)
218. Potassium - Answer (click here)
219. Calcium - Answer (click here)
220. Magnesium - Answer (click here)
221. Sodium - Answer (click here)
222. Alkalinizing and acidifying drugs - Answer (click here)
223. Alkalinizing drugs - Answer (click here)
224. Acidifying drugs - Answer (click here)
225. Drugs and cancer - Answer (click here)
226. Alkylating drugs - Answer (click here)
227. Nitrogen mustards - Answer (click here)
228. Alkyl sulfonate - Answer (click here)
229. Nitrosoureas - Answer (click here)
230. Triazenes - Answer (click here)
231. Ethylenimines - Answer (click here)
232. Alkylating-like drugs - Answer (click here)
233. Antimetabolite drugs - Answer (click here)
234. Folic acid analogues - Answer (click here)
235. Pyrimidine analogues - Answer (click here)
236. Purine analogues - Answer (click here)
237. Antibiotic antineoplastic drugs - Answer (click here)
238. Hormonal antineoplastic drugs and hormone modulators - Answer (click
here)
239. Aromatase inhibitors - Answer (click here)
240. Antiestrogens - Answer (click here)
241. Androgens - Answer (click here)
242. Antiandrogens - Answer (click here)
243. Progestins - Answer (click here)
244. Gonadotropin-releasing hormone analogues - Answer (click here)
245. Natural antineoplastic drugs - Answer (click here)
246. Vinca alkaloids - Answer (click here)
247. Podophyllotoxins - Answer (click here)
248. Monoclonal antibodies - Answer (click here)
249. Topoisomerase I inhibitors - Answer (click here)
250. Targeted therapies - Answer (click here)
251. Unclassifiable antineoplastic drugs - Answer (click here)
252. Arsenic trioxide - Answer (click here)
253. Asparaginases - Answer (click here)
254. Procarbazine - Answer (click here)
255. Hydroxyurea - Answer (click here)
256. Interferons - Answer (click here)
257. Aldesleukin - Answer (click here)
258. Altretamine - Answer (click here)
259. Paclitaxel and docetaxel - Answer (click here)