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Medication antidotes

What is the antidote for heparin toxicity? Protamine: Binds with heparin & forms a heparin-protamine complex that has no anticoagulant properties.Protamine should be administered slowly intravenously, no faster than 20mg/min or 50mg in 10min.Do not exceed 100mg in 2hr (excessive anticoagulation).
What is the antidote for enoxaparin? Protamine
What is the antidote for warfarin? Vitamin K and/or FFP
What is the antidote for Xarelto? None
What is antidote for Tylenol? N- acetylcysteine Mucomyst
Antidote for Digoxin? Digibind
Opiate toxicity? Narcan (also reversal for Heroin)
Created by: rexp