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4 Drugs used for PSVT/SVT to decrease HR....A+AVP Adenosine (6mg,12mg,12mg - max 30mg).Verapamil- after adenosine (2.5mg over 2-3min, repeat 5-10mg in 15-30 min)Procainamide- after adenosine and vagal man (100mg over 5min) Amioderone- Refractory to v-fib ( 150mg over 10 minutes)
EPI Drip - Indications Adult Brady
Epi Drip - Mix rate 1mg into 250cc = 4mcg/cc
EPI Drip - dosage 2-10 mcg/min
4 drugs that can be used with V-fib/V-tach.L A M P bulbs can go crazy...L= Lidocaine; refractory VF/pulseless VT ( 1-1.5mg/kg), Pulsing VT (1mg/kg @5min)... Repaet w/half of 1st dose
4 drugs that can be used with V-fib/V-tach.L A M P bulbs can go crazy...A= Amioderone - pulseless VT/VF ( 1st dose 300mg, 2nd 150mg - to max of 2g in 24 hrs
4 drugs that can be used with V-fib/V-tach.L A M P bulbs can go crazy...M= Mag sulphate ; VF/pulseless VT after Lido (1-2gIVP)... Torsades 1-2g over 5-60 min
4 drugs that can be used with V-fib/V-tach.L A M P bulbs can go crazy...P= Procainamide: VT with or w/o pulse/Vfib ( 20 mg/min or 100mg @ 5 min intervals)
Alupent, Abuterol, Atrovent... 3 side effects all have in common Palpitations, Dizziness, Headache
Alupent, Abuterol, Atrovent... Indication all have in common Asthma
Alupent, Abuterol, Atrovent... Pharm and actions have in common 1. Smooth muscle relaxant...2. decrease mucous...3. dry bronchioles
Alupent, Abuterol, Atrovent.... dosages Abuterol = 2.5 mg nebulizer.....Atrovent .5mg nebulizer (use w/Abuterol)....Alupent 10-15mg nebulizer
2 allegic reaction drugs that can be pushed IM Phenegran; 10-25mg..... Benedryl:25-50mg (avoid if poss cause irritation)
Only drug with different IM dose Demerol; IM = 50-100mg, IV = 25-50mg
3 meds and dosages used before cardioverion or TCP (Valerie's-Electrical-Voyage) Versed:(1-2.5mg, max .1mg/kg).....Etomidate:.3mg/kg over 30-60sec...Valium: 2-15mg titrated, max 30mg
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