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Paramedic Cardio Meds

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This is the first drug given in V-Fib Epinephrine 1:10000
This is the first drug given in stable, symptomatic SVT Adenosine
The adult dose of epinephrine 1:10 in V-Fib is? 1 mg
The adult dose of epinephrine of adenosine for SVT is: 6 mg
The initial adult dose of amiodarone in V-Fib is? 300 mg
The secondary adult dose of amiodarone in V-Fib is? 150 mg
The initial adult dose of Diltiazem in A-Fib with RVR is? 0.25 mg/kg
The initial pediatric dose of epinephrine 1:10 in V-Fib is: 0.01 mg/kg
The initial pediatric dose of amiodarone in V-Fib is: 5 mg/kg up to 300 mg max
The initial pediatric dose of atropine in bradycardia is: 0.02 mg/kg (minimum dose 0.1 mg, max single dose 0.5 mg)
The initial pediatric dose of adenosine in SVT is: 0.1 mg/kg up to 6 mg max
The secondary pediatric dose of adenosine in SVT is: 0.2 mg/kg up to 12 mg max
The pediatric dose of procainamide in wide complex tachycardia is: 15 mg/kg over 30-60 minutes
The first drug given in adult PEA is: Epinephrine 1:10000
The acceptable dose for a dopamine drip secondary to fluid bolus is: 2-20 mcg/kg/min
The pediatric IV bolus dose for lidocaine in V-Fib is: 1 mg/kg
The adult dose of Sotalol drip for wide complex tachycardia is: 100 mg over 5 minutes
The adult dose of sodium bicarbonate used in metabolic acidosis is: 1 mEq/kg
Class 1 antiarrhythmics are what classification? Sodium channel blockers
Class 2 antiarrhythmics are what classification? Beta blockers
Class 3 antiarrhythmics are what classification? Potassium channel blockers
Class 4 antiarrhythmics are what classification? Calcium channel blockers
This medication may be used in the prehospital setting for a beta blocker overdose with bradycardia since atropine may not be effective. Glucagon
The initial dose of aspirin in an adult chest pain patient is: 162-324 mg (325 mg possible)
The initial dose of nitro in adult chest pain with no contraindications is: 0.4 mg
Created by: jvrooman