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Tordal is another name for? Ketorlac
An injectable NSAID that exhibits analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antipyretic properties wo sedative effects. Ketorlac
Indicated for mild or moderated pain. Ketorlac
Contraindicated for hypersensitivity to ketorlac, aspirin, or other NSAIDS, asthma. Ketorlac
Cautioned for peptic ulcers, renal/hepatic impairment, elderly. Ketorlac
Dosage of 30mg IV/IM (15mg >65yr old or ,50kg) Ketorlac
Trandate, Normodyne are another name for? Labetalol
A beta blocker with some alpha blocker characteristics. Labetalol
Beta blocker that induces vasodilation, reduces periperal vascular resistance, and lowers BP. Labetalol
Indicated for acute hypertensive crisis. Labetalol
Contraindicated for asthma, CHF, 2nd & 3rd degree heart block, severe bradycardia, and cardiogenic shock. Labetalol
Cautioned for COPD, heart failure, hepatic impairment, diabetes, peripheral vascular disease. Labetalol
Dosage of 10mg slow IV, then 20-40mg/10 min prn, up to 150mg. Labetalol
Dosage of bolus of 10mg, then continuous drip of 2-8mg/min. Labetalol
Xylocaine is another name for? Lidocaine
Is an antidysrhythmic that suppresses automaticity and raises stimulation threshold of the ventricles. Lidocaine
Causes sedation, anticonvulsant and analgesic effects. Lidocaine
Indicated for V-tach w/wo a pulse, and V-Fib Lidocaine
Contraindicated for hypersensitivity to amide-type local anesthetics, supraventtricular dysrhythmias Lidocaine
Contraindicated for Stokes-Adams syndrome, 2nd & 3rd degree heart block, bradycardias. Lidocaine
Cautioned for hepatic/renal impairment, CHF, hypoxia, respiratory depression, hypovolemia, myasthenia gravis, shock, debilitated pts, elderly, family history of malignant hypothermia. Lidocaine
Dosage for Cardiac arrest is 1-1.5mg/kg IV/IO repeated at .5-.75mg/kg q 5-10 min up to 3mg/kg Lidocaine
PED dosage is 1mg/kg IV/IO to 100mg, follow conversion w a drip of 20-50mcg/kg/min Lidocaine
Dosage for V-Tach w/pulse is .5-1.5mg/kg slow IV/IO, may repeat at one half dose q 5-10min til conversion, up to 3mg/kg. Lidocaine
Follow conversion w an infuison of 1-4mg/min. Lidocaine
PED dosage is 1mg/kg IV/IO, followed by a drip at 20-50mcg/kg/min. Lidocaine
Also known as Ativan. Lorazepam
The most potent benzodiazepine available. Lorazepam
Has strong anti-anxiety, sedative, hypnotic, and skeletal muscle relaxant properties, and a relatively short half life. Lorazepam
Indicated for sedation for cardioversion and status epilepticus. Lorazepam
Contraindicated for sensitivity to benzodiazepines. Lorazepam
Cautioned for narrow-angle glaucoma, depression or psychosis, coma, shock, acute alcohol intoxication. Lorazepam
Cautioned for renal/hepatic impairment, organic brain syndrome, myasthenia gravis, GI disorders, elderly,debilitated, limited pulmonary reserve. Lorazepam
Dosage for sedation is 1-4mg IM or .5-2mg IV Lorazepam
Ped sedation dosage is .03-.5mg/kg IV/IM/PR up to 4mg Lorazepam
Doasge for status epilepticus is 2mg slow IV/PR (@mg/min) Lorzepam
Ped status epilepticus dosage is .1mg/kg slow IV/PR (2-5min) Lorazepam
An electrolyte known as Magnesium Magnesium Sulfate
An electrolyte that acts as a calcuim channel blocker, acting as a CNS depressant and anticonvulsant. Magnesium Sulfate
Depresses the function of smooth, skeletal, and cardiac muscles. Magnesium Sulfate
Indicated for Torsades, eclamptic seizures. Magnesium Sulfate
Indicated in children for status asthmaticus nonresponsive to beta agents. Magnesium Sulfate
Contraindicated for heart block, myocardial damage, shock, persistent hypertension, hypocalcemia. Magnesium Sulfate
Cautioned for renal impairment, digitalized pts, other CNS depressants, neuromuscular blocking agents. Magnesium Sulfate
Cardiac arrest dosage of 1-2g diluted in 10mL D5W I/IO. Magnesium Sulfate
Cardiac arrest Peds dosage 25-50mg/kg IV/IO 2g max Magnesium Sulfate
Torsades dosage is 1-2g diluted in 50-100mL of D5W over 5-60min. Follow w 0.5-1ghr IV titrated to effect. Magnesium Sulfate
Torsades Ped dosage is 25-50mg/kg IV/IO 2g max over 15-20min Magnesium Sulfate
Dosage for status epilepticus in kids only is 25-50mg/kg IV/IO over 15-30min, 2g max Magnesium Sulfate
Dosage for eclampsia is 2-4g IV/IM Magnesium Sulfate
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