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Sympathomimetics

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Besides sympathomimetic, what other 2 classes is Epi 1:10,000? Vasopressor, bronchodilator
What are the indications for EPI 1:10,000? Asystole, Vfib, Pulseless Vtach, PEA, Severe anaphalyxis
What is the cardiac arrest dose for epi 1:10,000? 1mg IVP or IO Repeat every 3-5 minutes
What is the dose for Dopamine for Beta effects? 2-10 mcg/kg/min
List the six indications for Levophed. 1. Cardiogenic shock 2. Neurogenic shock 3. Septic shock 4.Poison/ drug induced hypotension 5. Blood pressure support after resucitation from cardia arrest (if bp is low due to decreased PVR)
What is your dose for Norepi? 0.1-0.5 mcg/kg/minute
Would you give Inotropin for hypovolemic shock? Nooooo
MOA for Dopamine Catacholamine the stimulates dopimenergic, beta, and alpha adrenergic receptors Naturally occuring precursor or norepinnephrine
What drugs can you NOT administer simutaneously with Dopamine? Alkaline solutions
Norepinephine causes Alpha1 stimulation. It causes vasoconstriction to what Arterial/venous, renal, mesenteric, and coronary vessels
Created by: bpebworth2