Upper GI

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Author:
dagillam
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11708
Filename:
Upper GI
Updated:
2010-03-23 15:54:38
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Treatment regimens
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  1. PONV treatment
    • Anticholinergics
    • Benzamides
    • Butyrophenones
    • NK1 antagonist
    • Phenothiazines
    • Serotonin antagonist
  2. CINV treatment
    • Anticholinergics
    • Benzamides
    • Cannabinoids
    • NK1 antagonist
    • serotonin antagonist
  3. RINV treatment
    • Anticholinergics
    • serotonin antagonist
  4. MNV treatment
    • Antihistamines
    • Benzamides
    • Phenothiazines
  5. CINV (High emetic risk regimens)
    • 5-HT3 antagonist on day 1
    • Dexamethasone days 1-4
    • Apreptiant days 1,2,3
  6. CINV (moderate emetic risk regimens)
    • 5-HT3 antagonist on day 1
    • dexamethasone days 1,(2,3)
    • Aprepitant days 1,2,3
  7. CINV (low emetic risk regimens)
    dexamethasone day 1
  8. PONV regimens
    • prophylaxis:
    • serotonin antagonist
    • dexamethasone
    • or droperidol
  9. RINV (High emetic risk regimens)
    serotonin antagonist + dexamethasone for prophylaxis
  10. RINV ( moderate to low emetic risk regimens)
    serotonin antagonist for prophylaxis
  11. Ondasetron ( Zofran) Dosage form
    • 4mg & 8mg tablet and ODT
    • 4mg/5ml oral soln
    • 2mg/ml inj./ preservative free inj.
  12. Dolsateron (Anzemet) dosage form
    • 20mg/ml inj.
    • 50 & 100mg tablets
  13. Gransetron ( Kytril) dosage form
    • 1mg tablet
    • 3.1mg/24 hour transdermal patch
    • 2mg/10ml oral solution
    • 1mg/ml inj
    • 0.1mg/ml preservative free inj.
  14. Palonsetron ( Aloxi) dosage form
    • 0.5mg capsule
    • 0.05mg/ml inj.

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