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Motility Disorder Medication

by Pravin Shukle, MD
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    The lecture Motility Disorder Medication by Pravin Shukle, MD is from the course Gastrointestinal Pharmacology.


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    1. Similarities: D2 Receptor Antagonists Differences: domperidone does not cross the blood brain barrier
    2. Similarities: Both are Agonists Differences: domperidone cross the blood brain barrier
    3. Similarities: Neither are Antagonists Differences: domperidone does not cross the blood brain barrier
    4. Similarities: Both are enzyme inhibitors Differences: metoclopramide does not cross the blood brain barrier
    5. Similarities: Neither are enzyme inhibitors Differences: metoclopramide does not cross the blood brain barrier
    1. Erythromycin
    2. Ampicillin
    3. Tobramycin
    4. Flonase
    5. Ceftriaxone
    1. A gel matrix in the stool absorbs water from the GI system
    2. Increases the bulk of the stool to encourage stool passage
    3. A motility receptors agonist
    4. An opioid receptor antagonist
    5. Stimulates the chloride channels in the gut to increase salt and water flow into the GI lumen
    1. A patient with a history of opioid abuse or opioid dependence
    2. A pregnant patient
    3. A 7 year-old pediatric patient
    4. A patient with Crohn's disease or Ulcerative colitis
    5. A patient over 65 years old
    1. Do not use anti-diarrheal agents in bloody or infectious diarrhea
    2. Anti-diarrheal agents are useful in all types of diarrhea
    3. Anti-diarrheal agents should never be administered with a laxative
    4. Anti-diarrheal agents should always be given with salt water
    5. Anti-diarrheal agents should only be administered in a diarrhea emergency

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     Pravin Shukle, MD

    Pravin Shukle, MD


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