Table - AntiR

Table - AntiR - Class Drug Indication ADE Class I Sodium...

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Class Drug Indication ADE Class I – Sodium Channel Blockers - Blocks the Na current and slows the conduction between the cells - Slow conduction (phase 0 block) - Suppress automaticity phase 4 whenever these processes depend on Na Channel - Alter phase 3 K current (IK) and may change the action potential duration (APD) - In the past, class 1 drugs commonly used in V in patient after myocardial infarction increased motility NO LONGER USED FOR ventricular arrhythmias Class IA Quinidine o Recurrent VF - OT prolongation - VT/VF - Used to be used for A Fib not anymore because too much ProR Class IA Procainamide - A fib with rapid V response due to AV bypass tract (WPW) - Chronic use is limited by SE HTN - Drug induced lupus Class IB Lidocaine - V-Tach - VFib - CNS toxicity : dizziness, confusion, seizures; - rarely malignant hyperthermia Class IC Flecainide - Suppression of A Fib (requires structurally normal heart) - Propafenone - Suppression of A Fib (requires structurally normal heart) - Has addition beta blocker activity
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