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Cardiac Medication

QuestionAnswer
Anti-Arrhythmic Drugs Lidocane, Quinoidine
Anti-Arrhythmic Drugs Dilantin, Norpace
Anti-Arrhythmic Drugs Control/Prevent Cardiac Arrhythmia that can be fatal
Anti-Cholenergic Drugs Atropine
Anti-Cholenergic Drugs Used with IV for heart block or Bradycardia
Anti-Cholenergic Drugs Inhibit acetylcholine at parasympathetic nerves blocking vagal effects on SA and AV nodes
Anti-Cholenergic Drugs Side affects: Palpatations, headche, restlessness, ataxia, dry mouth, blurred vision
Beta-adrenergic/Beta Blockers decrease heart rate, blood pressure, contractility and stroke volume
Beta-adrenergic/Beta Blockers Propranolol (inderal) and others ending with 'olol'
Beta-adrenergic/Beta Blockers decrease Oxygen demand of heart and allowes for increased exercise tolerence
Calcium Channel Blockers vasodilate and relieve coronary artery spasm
Beta-adrenergic/Beta Blockers Could reduce blood flow to the heart muscle creating ischemic response
Digitalis slows heart rate and increase contractility
Nitrates Nitroglyerin
Nitrates Primarily dilate blood vessels by reducing oxygen demand of the heart=reduce blood pressure and preload
Created by: avelonin