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Ch 15: 5-HT3 Antagonist Drugs

About This Chapter

If you need to study 5-HT3 antagonist drugs for a pharmacology exam, training program or continuing education class, take a look at this convenient online chapter. Inside, you'll find simple lessons and quizzes that can be accessed at any time that fits your schedule.

5-HT3 Antagonist Drugs - Chapter Summary

In this pharmacology chapter, you can review important information about 5-HT3 antagonist drugs. These engaging lessons explain the uses, structure, mechanism of action and side effects of the drug ondansetron. You'll also study the drug's contraindications, pharmacokinetics and class.

Each lesson comes with a short self-assessment quiz to help you retain important drug terms and concepts. The bite-sized nature of these lessons help you quickly move through the chapter. Our instructors are also available to answer any questions you may have about 5-HT3 antagonist drugs.

How It Helps

The chapter is designed to help anyone who needs to learn or review information about these particular drugs. Students who are in a pharmacology class can use the chapter to supplement their textbooks, get ahead in class or prepare for an exam. If you're a pharmacology or healthcare professional, this chapter's resources may be useful for training, continuing education or skill development.

Skills Covered

Studying this chapter will help you:

  • Describe the structure of ondansetron
  • Understand ondansetron's drug class, uses and side effects
  • Evaluate the drug interactions and pharmacokinetics of ondansetron
  • Recognize the mechanism of action and contraindications of ondansetron

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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