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Oxygen

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GENERIC NAME None
BRAND NAME Oxygen
CLASS Naturally occurring atmospheric gas
MECHANISM OF ACTION Reverses Hypoxemia
INDICATIONS Confirmed or expected hypoxemia, ischemic chest pain, respiratory insufficiency, prophylactically during air transport, confirmed or suspected carbon monoxide poisoning, all other causes of decreased tissue oxygenation, decreased LOC.
CONTRAINDICATIONS Certain patients with COPD or emphysema who will not tolerate oxygen concentrations over 35%, Hyperventilation.
ADVERSE REACTIONS Decreased LOC and respiratory depression in patients with chronic carbon dioxide retention. Retrolental fibroplasia if given in high concentrations to premature infants (maintain 30-40%)
NOTES ON ADMINISTRATION Be familiar with liter flow and each type of delivery device used. Promotes combustion.
INCOMPATABILITIES/DRUG INTERACTIONS None.
DOSE/ROUTE Adult Carbon monoxide poisoning and cardiac arrest 100%. DOSE/ROUTE Adult Hypoxemia
DOSE/ROUTE Adult COPD 1-6L/min via nasal cannula or 28-35% Venturi mask.
ONSET OF ACTION Immediate
PEAK EFFECTS N/A
DURATION OF ACTION Less then 2 minutes
AZ DRUG BOX SUPPLY RANGE 13 cubic feet
DOSE/ROUTE Pediatric Same as for adult except for premature infant
Created by: klindley