Pharm Test 2: Anemia Drugs

  1. Balance between thrombosis and hemorrhage.
    Hemostasis
  2. Clotting of recalcified plasma with the addition of negative phospholipid and kaolin.
    Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (aPTT)
  3. Clotting time after the addition of thromboplastin.
    Prothrombin time (PT); usually 12-14 seconds
  4. Treat vWD with?
    Desmopressin/vasopressin
  5. 2 Drugs that inhibit ADp-mediated platelet aggregation.
    Ticlopidine and clopidogrel
  6. Treat Mild hemophilia A with?
    Desmopressin
  7. Most important adverse effects of Coumarin-Indadiones
    Hemorrhage, Drug interactions
  8. A set of anticoagulant proteins activated by thrombin
    Proteins C & S
  9. Binds thrombin and renders it inactive.
    What 2 factors are not activated?
    • Thromodulin
    • 5 and 8
  10. Active serin esterase that cleaves Va and VIIIa?
    Protein C/Protein S Phospholipid Complex
  11. Endogenous substance that converts plaminogen to plasmin?
    Urokinase
  12. Hemolytic streptococci that is a plasminogen activator.
    Streptokinase
  13. Inhibits cyclooxygenase
    Aspirin
  14. Platelet aggregation inhibitors
    Aspirin, Abciximab (by blocking GPIIB/IIIA and vWF)
  15. Enoxaparin is primarily an _____
    Anticoagulant (low MW heparin)
  16. What type of iron is most effect for treating anemia?
    Ferrous iron
  17. Myeloid Growth Factors
    • G-CSF: Filgrastim
    • GM-CSF:  Sargramostim, Pegfilgrastim
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BrookeNH10
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Pharm Test 2: Anemia Drugs
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Anemia Drugs
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