Dihydropyridines Mnemonics:a. D for “-dipine”b. D for Dilation of vessels Nifedipine Nicardipine Isradipine Felodipine Amlodipine Non-dihydropyridines Mnemonics:a. N-D for Non “-dipines”b. N-D for Node supression…Explore more Calcium Channel Blockers : Mnemonic
Statins Equivalent Dose Mnemonic: PRASLPF 2-5-10-20-40-40-80 Pituvastatin 2 mg Rosuvastatin 5 mg Atorvastatin 10 mg Simvastatin 20 mg Lovastatin 40 mg Pravastatin 40 mg Fluvastatin…Explore more Simplified Guide to Statin Therapy
We have 1 heart and 2 lungs. a. B1 – heartb. B2 – bronchial wall Cardioselective (B1) vs Non-selective (B1 and B2) beta blockers Beta…Explore more Beta-Blockers : Mnemonics
The most important pharmacokinetic parameters from a dosing point of view are: The clearance (CL) – determines the maintenance dose-rate The volume of distribution (Vd)…Explore more Pharmacokinetics Mnemonics
Dose: 80 mg/kg/day in 4 divided doses for 7 days; maximum 800 mg 4 times a day Time to start prophylaxis: 7-10 days after exposure…Explore more Acyclovir Post-exposure Prophylaxis for Varicella: Is it helpful?
Vmax is the maximum velocity, or how fast the enzyme can go at full ‘‘speed.’’ Vmax is reached when all of the enzyme is in…Explore more Competitive, Non-competitive and Uncompetitive Inhibitors
cAMP Mechanism Mnemonic: FLAT CAMP B-HCGS Remember “B-FLAT” mnemonic for hormones secreted by basophilic cells of the anterior pituitary. This is the same “FLAT” here.…Explore more Signaling Pathways of Hormones : Mnemonic
Proton pump inhibitors (PPI) are often self-prescribed by the patients and since PPIs are available over-the-counter, patients can have free access to them and for…Explore more Long term PPI use : Associated risks