Which drug CAUSES afib and aflutter as a complication thrombopoietic growth

Which drug causes afib and aflutter as a complication

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Which drug CAUSES afib and aflutter as a complication: thrombopoietic growth factors because of the increase in platelets irritates the cardiac muscles Don’t worry about class 1,2,3 or beta1,2 specifics Epi and norepi act on different receptors. Epi acts on alpha 1 and beta 1 and 2 receptors. Can be given IM during anaphylaxis, causes vasoconstriction and bronchodilation. Do not give IV epi to an alive patient Dopamine dosage: low dose and moderate dose act on beta 1 given for renal perfusion. High dose act on beta 1 and alpha 1 given for hypotension. Know antidote Dobutamine: given for HTN and HF, phentolamine is antidote. Can cause tachycardia Treatment for bradycardia: atropine QT prolongation: if you don’t treat it, it will go into vfib and cardiac arrest. Need to stop the drug if it is causing QT prolongation
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