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more NCLEX drugs by ATI

toxic neurotoxin protein produced by clostridium botulinum, treat muscle spasm and as a cosmetic treatment; swelling, dysphagia, muscle weakness BOTOX
treat autoimmune disorders eg..Chrohns disease, psoriasis, RA, ulcerative colitis, may cause pancytopenia,lymphoma, increased liver enzymes, IVPB at 6-8 week intervals REMICADE
used for parathyroidectomies and oseoporosis; antidote is MgSO4 CALCIUM
cardiac glycoside;hypokalemia precipitates toxicity, bradycardia; photophobia, N/V;toxic at 2, Antidote digibind, used in HF and a-fib DIGOXIN
Proton pump inhibitor drug used for short-term treatment of erosion and ulceration of the esophagus caused by GERD avoid St Johns wort and sun PROTONIX
Antimanic, report signs of toxicity (polyuria, NVD,take with food therapeutic levels at .6-.12 LITHIUM
OTC analgesic and antipyretic, watch liver enzymes, ucomyst is the antidote ACETAMINOPHEN
Antidote for myasthenia gravis and muscle relaxants NEOSTIGMINE
antiarhhythmic agent used for tachyarhythmias; recurrant ventricular or SVT in orgin AMIODARONE
aminoglycoside; use cautiously in elderly and renal disease due to ototoxicity and nephrotoxicity. small therapeutic window GENTAMICIN
H2 receptor antagonist for ulcers, side effects include HA, palpitations, diarrhea, constipation, an use antacids concurrently FAMATODINE
Antipsychotic associated with EPS, teach to avoid sunlight,stop hiccups and shivering THORAZINE
Decreased preload, afterload; used with angina pectoris contraindicated with viagra NITROGLYCERIN
Decreasee CHO by binding to bile acids, works in the GI system. QUESTRAN
benzodiazepine to treat anxiety/insomnia RESTORIL
beta blocker, antihypertensive, ends in olol, decreased mortality post MI; decreases HR/contactility ATENOLOL
Ammonia(NH3) detoxicant LACTULOSE
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