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Oral Presentation Rubric and Instructions:35 total-counts as one lab quiz and one lab report gradeInstructions:You are required to give an oral presentation on one of the topics of your choice(additional choices are provided below).Guidelines:•••••••••••••Due on 6th week in the laboratory (consult lab guideline on BlackBoard).Follow the format provided but feel free to add to thatPPT presentationo Bring your digital presentation on the flash-driveOnly bullet pointsNo narrative statements (min of 5 points will be deducted)No index cards (min of 5 points will be deducted)No reading your presentation (min of 5 points will be deducted)Time: 5 minutes minimum, 10 minutes maximum per person10-15 slide minimumFor partial answer 50% of the allocated points will be awarded.Video is great but does not count as part of the presentation timeGraphs, charts, brain scans, x-rays, and demonstrations all improve your overallscore.You must PRINT your presentation and hand to instructor before presentingYour presentation will cover the following format.IntroductionWho you are why youchose this topicWhat this drug is for and what itdoes10%HistoryWho first made thisdrug, who were theearliest usersWhen did this drug go into wideuse? When was it patented?FDA approved?10%Classification of thisdrugGenericsIs it a barbiturate? Is it Define the class, explain what aan analgesic? Other? barbiturate or analgesic or whatyour class of drug is.All other names usedAll drugs in same class10%5%How is this drugmadeWhat is the basestructure for this drug,for example, if it’s amorphine derivativeshow us the poppy,the molecule andwhere it is found.Show drugs that have similarchemical structures to the drugyou are presenting on.Show the actual chemicalstructure.10%Why would someonechoose this drug overanother in the sameclass? What are thebenefits?Short term and Long term sideeffects. Is it teratogenic? Whatdoes this mean?Contraindications?10%Where does thisdrug show up in thescientific literature?(1st article)Must include nameand author of paperon one slide, and tellwhat this particularstudy looked at.Explain experimental methodsand the results of this study.If you are unable to find it,provide another clinical trialstudy.Clinical trials withthis drug(2nd article)What study wasperformed testing thisdrug? What wastested? What werethe results? Providediagram, figures ortables to support yourconclusion.Cite paper and author(s) forclinical trial. Clinical trials must bepublished and not “ongoing.”Consult with instructor if yoursource is acceptable.How this druginteracts with thebody:pharmacokineticsandpharmacodynamicsWhat is the half-life ofthis drug? What doesthat mean? What arethe byproducts (if any)are these toxic?What parts of the body does thisdrug interact with? How does itexert its function? Feel free touse youtube video links that areno longer than 3 min.References4 references fromanywhereIn addition, one reference mustbe a peer-reviewed paper, onemust be on a clinical trial.Did you spend time onyour presentationexplaining terminologyand did you talk aboutthe subject like anexpert? Did you haveinteresting visuals.Preparedness-Did you print theslides for your instructor, wereyour slides free of typos and welldone.Not texting, remainingin room, not talking.Asking questions at the end of atleast one presentation.Pros and Cons tothis drugHow well youpresentedHow well you listento otherpresentations10%10%10%5%10%These are the following topics (examples) you can chose from (or ask forapproval of your own), however, these were chosen because you will alsoneed to know these very well for pharmacology later on, and for thatreason you must stay for all presentations:Neurological System (38 Drugs)Drug therapy for sleep disorders• Benzodiazepine – temazepam (Restoril)• Non-benzodiazepine – zolpidem (Ambien)Drug therapy for muscle spasms• Centrally acting muscle relaxants – baclofen (Lioresal)• Peripherally acting muscle relaxants – dantrolene (Dantrium)Drug therapy for seizure disorders• Hydantoins – phenytoin (Dilantin)• Iminostilbenes – carbamazepine (Tegretol)• Valproic acid – valproic acid (Depakote, Depacon, Depakene)• Other new drugs for seizure disordersDrug therapy that supports anesthesia• Local anesthesia – lidocaine (Xylocaine)• General anesthesia/barbiturates – sodium thiopental (Pentothal)• General anesthesia/benzodiazepine – midazolam (Versed)• General anesthesia/opioid – fentanyl (Sublimaze)Drug therapy for ADHD and narcolepsy• Amphetamines – amphetamine and dextroamphetamine sulfate (Adderall)• Methylphenidate – methylphenidate (Ritalin, Concerta)• Non-amphetamine – modafinil (Provigil)Drug therapy for Parkinson’s disease• Dopamine-replacement drugs – levodopa (Dopar, Larodopa)• Direct-acting dopamine receptor agonists – pramipexole (Mirapex)• Indirect-acting dopamine receptor agonists/MAOs – selegiline (Eldepryl, Zelapar ODT)Drug therapy for Alzheimer’s disease• Cholinesterase inhibitors – donepezil (Aricept, Aricept ODT)• NMDA receptor antagonist – memantine (Namenda)Drug that treat multiple sclerosis• Immunomodulators – Interferon beta-1a (Avonex, Rebif), Interferon beta 1b (Betaseron)Drug that treat migraine headaches• Serotonin agonists – sumatriptan (Imitrex)Drug therapy for anxiety disorders• Benzodiazepines – diazepam (Valium), alprazolam (Xanax)• Non-benzodiazepines – buspirone (BuSpar)Drug therapy for depression• Tricyclic antidepressants – amitriptyline (Elavil)• SSRIs – fluoxetine (Prozac)• SNRIs – venlafaxine (Effexor)• MAOIs – phenelzine (Nardil)• Atypical antidepressants – bupropion HCL (Wellbutrin)Drug therapy for bipolar disorder• Lithium – lithium carbonate (Eskalith, Lithobid)• Antiepileptic drugs (AED) – valproic acid (Depakote)Drug therapy for schizophrenia• Conventional antipsychotics – chlorpromazine (Thorazine)• Atypical antipsychotics – risperidone (Risperdal)Drug therapy for glaucoma• Beta adrenergic blocker – betaxolol (Betoptic), timolol (Timoptic)• Cholinergic agonists – pilocarpine (Pilocar, Isopto Carpine)• Cholinesterase inhibitors – echothiophate (Phospholine Iodide)Purchase answer to see fullattachment

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Oral Presentation Rubric and Instructions:35 total-counts as one lab quiz and one lab report gradeInstructions:You are required to give an oral presentation on one of the topics of your choice(additional choices are provided below).Guidelines:•••••••••••••Due on 6th week in the laboratory (consult lab guideline on BlackBoard).Follow the format provided but feel free to add to thatPPT presentationo Bring your digital presentation on the flash-driveOnly bullet pointsNo narrative statements (min of 5 points will be deducted)No index cards (min of 5 points will be deducted)No reading your presentation (min of 5 points will be deducted)Time: 5 minutes minimum, 10 minutes maximum per person10-15 slide minimumFor partial answer 50% of the allocated points will be awarded.Video is great but does not count as part of the presentation timeGraphs, charts, brain scans, x-rays, and demonstrations all improve your overallscore.You must PRINT your presentation and hand to instructor before presentingYour presentation will cover the following format.IntroductionWho you are why youchose this topicWhat this drug is for and what itdoes10%HistoryWho first made thisdrug, who were theearliest usersWhen did this drug go into wideuse? When was it patented?FDA approved?10%Classification of thisdrugGenericsIs it a barbiturate? Is it Define the class, explain what aan analgesic? Other? barbiturate or analgesic or whatyour class of drug is.All other names usedAll drugs in same class10%5%How is this drugmadeWhat is the basestructure for this drug,for example, if it’s amorphine derivativeshow us the poppy,the molecule andwhere it is found.Show drugs that have similarchemical structures to the drugyou are presenting on.Show the actual chemicalstructure.10%Why would someonechoose this drug overanother in the sameclass? What are thebenefits?Short term and Long term sideeffects. Is it teratogenic? Whatdoes this mean?Contraindications?10%Where does thisdrug show up in thescientific literature?(1st article)Must include nameand author of paperon one slide, and tellwhat this particularstudy looked at.Explain experimental methodsand the results of this study.If you are unable to find it,provide another clinical trialstudy.Clinical trials withthis drug(2nd article)What study wasperformed testing thisdrug? What wastested? What werethe results? Providediagram, figures ortables to support yourconclusion.Cite paper and author(s) forclinical trial. Clinical trials must bepublished and not “ongoing.”Consult with instructor if yoursource is acceptable.How this druginteracts with thebody:pharmacokineticsandpharmacodynamicsWhat is the half-life ofthis drug? What doesthat mean? What arethe byproducts (if any)are these toxic?What parts of the body does thisdrug interact with? How does itexert its function? Feel free touse youtube video links that areno longer than 3 min.References4 references fromanywhereIn addition, one reference mustbe a peer-reviewed paper, onemust be on a clinical trial.Did you spend time onyour presentationexplaining terminologyand did you talk aboutthe subject like anexpert? Did you haveinteresting visuals.Preparedness-Did you print theslides for your instructor, wereyour slides free of typos and welldone.Not texting, remainingin room, not talking.Asking questions at the end of atleast one presentation.Pros and Cons tothis drugHow well youpresentedHow well you listento otherpresentations10%10%10%5%10%These are the following topics (examples) you can chose from (or ask forapproval of your own), however, these were chosen because you will alsoneed to know these very well for pharmacology later on, and for thatreason you must stay for all presentations:Neurological System (38 Drugs)Drug therapy for sleep disorders• Benzodiazepine – temazepam (Restoril)• Non-benzodiazepine – zolpidem (Ambien)Drug therapy for muscle spasms• Centrally acting muscle relaxants – baclofen (Lioresal)• Peripherally acting muscle relaxants – dantrolene (Dantrium)Drug therapy for seizure disorders• Hydantoins – phenytoin (Dilantin)• Iminostilbenes – carbamazepine (Tegretol)• Valproic acid – valproic acid (Depakote, Depacon, Depakene)• Other new drugs for seizure disordersDrug therapy that supports anesthesia• Local anesthesia – lidocaine (Xylocaine)• General anesthesia/barbiturates – sodium thiopental (Pentothal)• General anesthesia/benzodiazepine – midazolam (Versed)• General anesthesia/opioid – fentanyl (Sublimaze)Drug therapy for ADHD and narcolepsy• Amphetamines – amphetamine and dextroamphetamine sulfate (Adderall)• Methylphenidate – methylphenidate (Ritalin, Concerta)• Non-amphetamine – modafinil (Provigil)Drug therapy for Parkinson’s disease• Dopamine-replacement drugs – levodopa (Dopar, Larodopa)• Direct-acting dopamine receptor agonists – pramipexole (Mirapex)• Indirect-acting dopamine receptor agonists/MAOs – selegiline (Eldepryl, Zelapar ODT)Drug therapy for Alzheimer’s disease• Cholinesterase inhibitors – donepezil (Aricept, Aricept ODT)• NMDA receptor antagonist – memantine (Namenda)Drug that treat multiple sclerosis• Immunomodulators – Interferon beta-1a (Avonex, Rebif), Interferon beta 1b (Betaseron)Drug that treat migraine headaches• Serotonin agonists – sumatriptan (Imitrex)Drug therapy for anxiety disorders• Benzodiazepines – diazepam (Valium), alprazolam (Xanax)• Non-benzodiazepines – buspirone (BuSpar)Drug therapy for depression• Tricyclic antidepressants – amitriptyline (Elavil)• SSRIs – fluoxetine (Prozac)• SNRIs – venlafaxine (Effexor)• MAOIs – phenelzine (Nardil)• Atypical antidepressants – bupropion HCL (Wellbutrin)Drug therapy for bipolar disorder• Lithium – lithium carbonate (Eskalith, Lithobid)• Antiepileptic drugs (AED) – valproic acid (Depakote)Drug therapy for schizophrenia• Conventional antipsychotics – chlorpromazine (Thorazine)• Atypical antipsychotics – risperidone (Risperdal)Drug therapy for glaucoma• Beta adrenergic blocker – betaxolol (Betoptic), timolol (Timoptic)• Cholinergic agonists – pilocarpine (Pilocar, Isopto Carpine)• Cholinesterase inhibitors – echothiophate (Phospholine Iodide)Purchase answer to see fullattachment

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