Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Anti-epileptic



*Overview* -

1. g.seizure -
                   
*GTCS* -
  DO *C* - valproic
 *Second line* - Carbamazepin


  *Absence* *seizure*
 E 4 times ---> Ethosuximide is used commonly used.



also - T type ca ion channel blocker are used in absence seizure. *VEZ*



                   

*2. Partial seizure* - DOC - carbamazepin
               
Simple seizure - consciousness ( 30 minutes )


3.weight loss -Topicamide ,Felbamate

4.Weight gain - valproic acid ;

5. High PPB - fosphenytoin ( prodrug , saline use )

6. Phenytoin - PAST MAO

7. Self inducer - phenobarbiton , carbamazepin

8. G.T.CS - doc - valproic acid
2nd line drug - carbamazepin

9. Spinabifda - CV ( valproic , carbamazepin )

10. CA inhibitors - Johnny , Topi

NMDA inh - Felbamate

11. Daibetic neuropathy pain - su *GA* r - Gabapentin.

12. Johny not used in Sulfa-allergic patient , cause renal stone ,t1/2 - 1 day

13. Bhiga - bhigi annkhen - visual field contraction ( renal atrophy )

14.  Pr. Na inactivation - VP TLC

13. Cl - 2 bewakoof GV 2

14 - T ca inh - EF TV

Sunday, October 13, 2019

General anaesthesia





Saturday, October 12, 2019

PNS - classification

Skeletal muscle relaxant














Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Alkaloids


You may be able to understand whats the above image is trying to represent. For that you must study the alkaloid classification.

S- steroidal alkaloid

QTP ( Queen )
Q- quinazoline
T- Terpenoid
P- pyrazoline

QTP
Q- quinoline
T- Tropane
P- Piperazine and pyridine