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Pharmacology, part 39: Gastrointestinal Medications - IBS Meds, GI Anti-inflammatory, Pancreatic Enzymes - LevelUpRN

Pharmacology, part 39: Gastrointestinal Medications - IBS Meds, GI Anti-inflammatory, Pancreatic Enzymes

Cathy Parkes

The following gastrointestinal drug classes and medications: IBS with diarrhea (alosetron), IBS with constipation (lubiprostone), gastrointestinal anti-inflammatory (sulfasalazine), and pancreatic enzymes (pancrelipase).

Pharmacology, part 39: Gastrointestinal Medications - IBS Meds, GI Anti-inflammatory, Pancreatic Enzymes

Cathy Parkes

The following gastrointestinal drug classes and medications: IBS with diarrhea (alosetron), IBS with constipation (lubiprostone), gastrointestinal anti-inflammatory (sulfasalazine), and pancreatic enzymes (pancrelipase).

Pharmacology, part 38: Gastrointestinal Medications - Antidiarrheals and Antiemetics - LevelUpRN

Pharmacology, part 38: Gastrointestinal Medications - Antidiarrheals and Antiemetics

Cathy Parkes

The antidiarrheal agents loperamide and diphenoxylate/atropine. Antiemetics (ondansetron, promethazine, and meclizine) and prokinetic agents (metoclopramide).

Pharmacology, part 38: Gastrointestinal Medications - Antidiarrheals and Antiemetics

Cathy Parkes

The antidiarrheal agents loperamide and diphenoxylate/atropine. Antiemetics (ondansetron, promethazine, and meclizine) and prokinetic agents (metoclopramide).

Pharmacology, part 37: Gastrointestinal Medications - Laxatives - LevelUpRN

Pharmacology, part 37: Gastrointestinal Medications - Laxatives

Cathy Parkes

The following laxative drug classes and medications: stool softeners (docusate sodium, docusate calcium), bulk-forming laxatives (psyllium, methylcellulose), stimulant laxatives (bisacodyl, sennosides), and osmotic laxatives (magnesium hydroxide, magnesium citrate, lactulose, polyethylene...

Pharmacology, part 37: Gastrointestinal Medications - Laxatives

Cathy Parkes

The following laxative drug classes and medications: stool softeners (docusate sodium, docusate calcium), bulk-forming laxatives (psyllium, methylcellulose), stimulant laxatives (bisacodyl, sennosides), and osmotic laxatives (magnesium hydroxide, magnesium citrate, lactulose, polyethylene...

Pharmacology, part 36: Gastrointestinal Medications - Antiulcer Agents - LevelUpRN

Pharmacology, part 36: Gastrointestinal Medications - Antiulcer Agents

Cathy Parkes

The indications, mode of action, side effects, and key points of the following antiulcer agents: Histamine 2 receptor antagonists (ranitidine, famotidine), proton pump inhibitors (omeprazole, pantoprazole), mucosal protectant (sucralfate), antacids...

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Pharmacology, part 36: Gastrointestinal Medications - Antiulcer Agents

Cathy Parkes

The indications, mode of action, side effects, and key points of the following antiulcer agents: Histamine 2 receptor antagonists (ranitidine, famotidine), proton pump inhibitors (omeprazole, pantoprazole), mucosal protectant (sucralfate), antacids...

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