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Common Medications

QuestionAnswer
Digoxin toxicity Creatinine level 1.8
Propranolol Hydrogen Cloride (Inderal) Used for Hypertension, may cause bronchoconstriction.
Digoxin level 3.0 May cause visual disturbances
What is the theraputic serum levels of Ethotoin? 15 - 50. Caution with pt with diabetes or severe cardiovascular problems
What is the theraputic serum levels of Phenytoin? 10 - 20. PO or Parenteral. Increased toxicity for pt with hepatic impairment.
What type of medication is IV Mannitol? Osmotic diuretic
What are the effects of IV Mannitol? Decreased cerebral edema and decreased ICP.
What is the effect of statins? Reduction of cholesterol.
What medications are given for seizures? Dylantin and Keppra. They may cause gingival hyperplasia.
What is TPA used for and when can it be given? For a stroke and within 3 - 4 hours of the onset. Contraindications: Hx of bleeding, stroke, pregnant, head injury in the past 3 months, major surgery within 2 weeks.
What type of medication would you use for a Thyroid Storm? Beta adrenergic blockers. (lol)
What is the preferred medication for a pt that had an MI? Beta adrenergic blockers. (lol)
What is the preferred medication for a pt that had an Heart Failure? ACE Inhibitors (pril)
Created by: brian.belson