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oxygen should be givin to patients w/acute chest pain that may be due to cardiac ischemia suspected hypoxemia of any cause and cardiopulmonary arest
epinephrine indicated in the management of cardiac arest
isoproterenol(isuprel) produces an overall increase in heart rate and myocardial contractility, but newer ahents have replaced it in most clinical settings it is contraindicated in the routine treatment of cardiac arest
dopamine(intropin) indicated for significant hypotension in the absence of hypovolemia. should be used in the lowest dosage that produces adequate perfusion of vital organs
beta blockers: propranolol, metoprolol, atenolol, and esmolol bb reduce h/r, bp, myocardial contractility, and myoc/oxygen consumption effec treamtment of angina pectoris hypertension.preventing artrial fibrillation artrial flutter paroxysmal supraventicular
beta blockers: propranolol, metoprolol, atenolol, and esmolol CON'T tachycardi adverse effects of bb hypotension, cogestive heart faliure and broncho-spasm
LIDOCAINE supression of vnticular ectopy excesive dose can produce neurological changes myocardial depression and circulatory depression
verapamil used in treatment of paroxysmal supreventricular tachycardia slowing ventricular response to artrial fibrillation
digitalis increases force of cardiac contraction as well as cardiac output signes of intoxication are yellow vision nausea vomiting and drowsenes
morphine sulfate drug for pain and anxietyassociated w/acutemyocardial onfraction may cause respritory depression controlled substance and has a tendency for abuse and addiction
nitroglycerin powerful smooth muscle relaxant effective in releving agnia pectoris for both exertional and rest agnia head aches common conequence hypotension may occure
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