drugs - a. b. c. d. 14. What do you give when giving CPR?...

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1. Normal dose is 0.3-0.5 SC 2. Indicated for hypotension not resulting from hypovolemia 3. Normal dose is 2-10mcg/min 4. Mix 400mg in 250mL D5W to get a 1600mcg/mL concentration 5. Decreases HR by negative chronotropic effect. Can lower BP 6. Given in 1:1000 or 1:10000 concentrations 7. Used for short term management of CHF. Usual dose is 2-20mcg/kg/min 8. Levophed 9. Increases heart rate when refractory to Atropine 10. Cardiogenic shock 11. What increases BP? a. Neuro Shock b. Cardio Shock 12. What is used in CHF?
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a. b. 13. What are the ventricular dysrhythmics, their dose, max dose?
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Unformatted text preview: a. b. c. d. 14. What do you give when giving CPR? a. b. 15. What is used for tachycardia? 16. What is used in HTN crisis? 17. What drug is given 20mg over two minutes? 18. What drug is given 20mg/min? 19. What is the dose for Inderol? 20. What is the dose for Isoproterenol? 21. Lasix interacts with what drug? 22. Give generic name and dose Epinephrine Codarone Xylocaine Pronestyl Bretylol (no dose) Inocor Dobutrex Pitressin Intropin Levophed Lopressor Trandate Normodyne Inderal Isuprel...
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