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Anaphalaxis RX meds covered up to date

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What is the classification of Epinephrine? Adrenergic Agent, Inotropic
Binds strongly with both Alpha and beta receptors,Increases B/P and H/R. and brochodialation is the action of what medication? Epinephrine
What are the indications of epinephrine? Bronchospasm, allergic/anaphalaxis reations, cardiac arrest.
Epinephrine has what Adverse Effects? Anxiety, headache, cardiac arrhythmias, hypertention,nervousness, tremors, chest pain, nausea/vomiting.
Epinephrine has what contraindications? Arrhythmias,other than VF/Asystole/PVT, Hypertension,cerebrovascular disease,shock (other than anaphalactic), closed angle glaucoma,DM, pregnent women in active labor,sensitivity
What is the dosage for Epinephrine in an allergic reaction? 0.3mg-0.5mg(1:1000)IM/SQ every 10-15 min
What is the dosage for Epinephrine during an anaphalactic reaction 0.1mg(1:10000) IV slowly over 5min, or 1-4 mcg/min, titated to effects
What is the Classification of an EpiPen? Adrenergic Agent, Inotropic
What is the action of the EpiPen Binds strongly with both Alpha and beta receptors,Increases B/P and H/R. and brochodialation
What are the indications of Epinephrine auto injector? Anaphalactic Shock, certain alergic reactions, asthma attacks.
What are the Adverse Effects of epipen? Anxiety, headache, cardiac arrhythmias, hypertention,nervousness, tremors, chest pain, nausea/vomiting.
What is the contraindications of EpiPen? Arrhythmias,other than VF/Asystole/PVT, Hypertension,cerebrovascular disease,shock (other than anaphalactic), closed angle glaucoma,DM, pregnent women in active labor,sensitivity
What is the adult dosage of epipen? contains 0.3mg to be administered IM into the antereoladeral thigh area
What is the dose of EpiPen Jr? Pediatric dose contains 0.15mg IM if pt is less than 30kg
What is the generic name of benadryl? Daiphenhydrymine Hydrochloride
What is the Action of benadryl? Binds and blocks H1 histamine receptors
What classification is Benadryl? Antihistamine
What are the indications for benadryl? Anaphalactic Reactions.
What are the Adverse Effects of Diaphinhydrymine Hydrochloride? Drowsiness, dizziness, headache, exciatable state (children), wheezing, thickening of brochial secretions, chest tightness, palpitations. hypotension, blurred vision, dry mouth,N/V, diarrhea.
Acute Asthma, patients with cardiac history, and sensitivity are the contraindications of what medication? Benadryl
What is the Adult Dosage for Benadryl? 25mg-50mg IV/IO/IM
What is the Pediatric (2-12 years)dose of Benadryl? 1.25mg/kg IV/IO/IM
What is the Generic Name for Solu-Cortef or Cortef? Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate
What is the Classification of Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate? Corticosteroid
What is the Action of Solu-Cortef? Hydrocortisone reduces inflamation by multiple mechanisms
What are the adverse effects of Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate? Leukocytosis, hyperglycimia, increased infection, decreased wound healing, increased rate of death due to sepsis
What are the indications of Solu-Cortef? Adrenal insuffeceancy, allergic reactions, anaphalaxis, asthma, COPD.
The Contraindications of Cortef are? Cushings syndrome, shesitivity to benzyl alchohol, caution in DM, hypertension,CHF,systematic fungal infection,renal disease,idiopathic thrombocytopenia, seizure disorder, GI disease, glaucoma, and sensitivity are contraindications to hydrocortisone.
What is the adult dosage of Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate? 100mg-500mg IV/IO/IM
What is the Pediatric Dosage of Solu-Cortef? 2-4 mg/kg/day IV/IO/IM 500mg max
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