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Erics cardiac drugs

cardiac drugs for PHCC

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Lisinopril Zestril ace inhibitor
captopril capoten ace inhibitor
enalipril vasotec ace inhibitor
ramapiril altace ace inhibitor
candesartin atacand ARBS
Losartan cozaar ARBS
Valsartin diovan ARBS
simvastatin zocor statin
atorvastatin lipitor statin
propranolol inderal beta blocker negative iontrope decreases cardiac contractility
metropolol lopressor beta blocker negative iontrope decreases cardiac contractility
dilitizem cardizem calcium channel blocker negative iontrope decreases cardiac contractility
nifedipine procardia calcium channel blocker negative iontrope decreases cardiac contractility
amylodipine norvasc calcium channel blocker negative iontrope decreases cardiac contractility
digoxin cardiac glycoside positive iontrope increases cardiac contractility
lanoxin cardiac glycoside positive iontrope increases cardiac contractility
digitex cardiacglycoside positive iontrope increases cardiac contractility
nitroglycerin vasodilator
nitroprusside vasodilator
dopamine vasoconstrictor positive iontrope increases cardiac contractility
vasopressor vasoconstrictor
dobutamine vasoconstrictor positive iontrope increases contractility
noraepinephrine vasoconstrictor positive iontrope increases contractility
phenyephrine vasoconstrictor positive iontrope increases contractility
when do you hold cardiac drugs systolic less then 90 apical less then 60
ace inhibitors pharmaceutical class antihypertensive
ARBS pharmaceutical class amtihypertensive, nueropathy, CHF
statins pharmaceutical class antilipidemic
beta blockers pharmaceutical class antihypertensive, antiangina, MI prevention, antiarrhythmic, HA prophlaxis negative iontrope decreases cardiac contractility
calcium channel blocker pharmaceutical class antihypertensive, antiangina, antiarrythmic, reduces K+ negative iontrope decreases cardiac contractility
cardiac glycoside pharmaceutical class antiarrythmic, positive intropic, negative chronotropic
vasodilator pharmaceutical class antiangina, antihypertensive, decreases afterload
vasoconstrictor pharmaceutical class increase BP, increase afterload
Created by: e.niles