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Drug stimulation of normal cell functions 11/27/2012 12:01:30 PM 22 The Conceptual Framework of Pharmacology SECTION 1 3. A nurse is caring for a man who has worsening liver disease. In monitoring his medication, it is important to know that a patient with liver disease may have impaired drug A. B. C. D. absorption distribution metabolism excretion Serum Drug Levels A serum drug level is a laboratory measurement of the amount of a drug in the blood at a particular time (Fig. 5). It reflects dosage, absorption, bioavailability, half-life, and the rates of metabolism and excretion.
With chronic administration, some drugs stimulate liver cells to produce larger amounts of drug-metabolizing enzymes. This enzyme induction accelerates drug metabolism because larger amounts of the enzymes (and more binding sites) allow larger amounts of a drug to be metabolized during a given period. As a result, larger doses of the rapidly metabolized drug may be required to produce or maintain therapeutic effects. , acetaminophen). , cortisol, estrogens, testosterone, vitamin D). However, enzyme induction does not occur for 1 to 3 weeks after an inducing agent is started, because new enzyme proteins must be synthesized.
Critical Thinking Questions 1-1. A discussion in the first day of a pharmacology class concerns developing strategies for studying pharmacology. • Why is it important to concentrate on therapeutic classifications and their prototypes? • Why is it important to understand the physiology related to a drug's action? , et al. (2007). Quality and safety education for nurses. Nursing Outlook, 55(3), 122–131. , Talbert, R. , & Posey. L. M. ). (2011). ). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. Fick, D. , Cooper, J. , Wade, W.