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PharmaNCLEX1

AGENTS TO TREAT SHOCK, CADIAC ARREST AND ANAPHYLAXIS

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Norepinephrine (levophed) side effects: headache, palpitations , nervousness, epigastric distress, angine, hypertension tissue necrosis with extravasation Nursing consideratsion: vasoconstrictor to increase blood pressure and cardiac output, monitor unary output, monitor b/p
Dopamine (intropin] S/E = increased ocular pressure, extpoc beats, nasuea, tachycardia, chest pain, dyshymias, N/C= monitor blood pressure, pulse and urinary output
Epinephrine ( adrenalin) S/E = Nercousness, restlessness dizziness, local necrosis of ksin N/C = stimulates plha and beta adrenergic receptions monitor BP
Isoproterenal (isuprel) S/E = Headache, Palpitations, tachycardia, changes in BP, Angina, bronchial asthma N/C= Monitor BP, pulse
Phenylephrine (Neo-synephrine) S/E = Palpations, Tachycardia, Hyptertension, dyshythmia, angina, tissue necrosis with extravasation N/C= Potent alpha 1 agonist, used to treat hypotension
Dobutamine hydrocholoride (Dobutrex) S/E= Hypertension , PVCS, Asthamtic episodes, headache N/C= DONT INFUSE THROUGH LINE WITH OTHER MEDS (incompatible)
Milrinone (primacor) S/e= Dysrhythmia, thrombocytopenia, jaundice N/C= Smooth muscle relaxant used to treat severe heart failure
Sodium nitroprusside (nitropess) S/E= Hypotension N/C= Dilates cadiac veins and arteries, decreases preload and afterload increases mycardial perfusion.
Diphenhydramine HCL (benadryl) S/e= drowsiness, confusion, insomnia, headache, vertigo, photosensitivity N/C= blocks effects of histamine on bronchioles, GI tract, and blood vessels
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