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Atropine Symptomatic Bradycardia- atrial mech only Acetylcholinesterase poisoning Cholinergic poisoning
Dopamine Hypotension w/out fluid loss -symptomatic brady w/hypotension -cardiogenic shock -septic shock -neurogenic shock
Verapamil -Rapid ventricular response from A-Fib/A-Flutter -SVT refractory to Adenosine
Epinepherine -Cardiac arrest, all rhythms -Refractory to bronchospasm w/no relief -Anaphylaxis -Hypotension not relieved by other therapy -croup
Magnesium -Severe bronchospam refractory to inhaled B2 agonist -Torsades de Pointes -Refractory V-Fib/Pulseless VTach after antiarrhythmics -Pregnacy induced hypertension~Pre-eclampsia/Eclampsia
Calcium -Calcium chann. blocker OD -Pretreat for Verapamil -Hyperkalemia
Glucagon -Hypoglycemia -Trapped food bolus in esophagus -Beta-blocker Overdose
Pitocin Postpartum hemorrhage AFTER delivery of placenta and twins/triplets if any
Albuterol Bronchospasm secondary to: -Asthma -Chronic bronchitis -Emphysema -toxic inhalations -CHF if Pt. has wheezing instead of rales
Lasix -Pulmonary Edema -CHF
Solu-medrol Bronchospasm -Asthma -Chronic bronchitis -Emphysema Anaphylaxis
Atrovent Bronchospasm secondary to: -Asthma -Chronic bronchitis -Emphysema
Created by: chevyjoe65