Med Chem quiz3

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  1. Quinidine Sulfate
    • Class 1A anti-arrhythmic
    • Blocks K channels
    • Can cause QT prolongation
    • Bad GI upset
  2. Quinidine Gluconate
    • Class 1A anti-arr
    • Blocks K
    • Less GI upset
  3. Quinidine Polygalacturonate
    same as gluconate
  4. Procainamide/Pronestyl
    • Class 1A
    • Like taking 2 drugs, parent drug inhibits Na, metabolite inhibits K
    • side effect = anti-nuclear antibody, Lupus like syndrome
  5. Disopyramide/Norpace
    • Class 1A
    • Has very negative inotropic effects (weaken heart contraction)
    • Only used in ICU
  6. Lidocaine
    • Class 1B
    • Fairly long acting
    • IV admin only
    • Monitor for CNS effects!
  7. Mexiletine
    • Class 1B
    • Ventricular arrhythmias only
    • Generaly more toxic
  8. Flecainide/Tambocor
    • Class 1C
    • Not used as much from increased mortality
  9. Propafenone/Rythmol
    • Class 1C
    • Prodrug
    • Metabolite has B blocker properties
  10. Moricizin
    • Class 1C
    • Capable of inducing it own metabolism
  11. Propranolol
    • Class II
    • Blocks Epi and Norepi
    • Cause depression, nightmares, sexual dysfunction
    • In diabetics may mask hypoglycemia
  12. Amiodarone
    • Class III
    • Block cardiac K channel
    • Very life saving
    • Very fat soluble, has Iodine, 1/2 life 45 days
    • No renal ex.
    • Torsades de pointes
  13. Dronedarone/Multaq
    • Class III
    • Amiodarone without the iodine
    • MOA is unknown, properties of all
  14. Bretylium Tosylate
    • Class III
    • Only used if Lido doesn't work
    • Can aggrivate Dig tox
  15. Sotalol
    • Class III
    • B blocker and K blocker
    • Can cause exacerbation of heart failure
  16. Tikosyn
    • Class III
    • Blocks K outflow
  17. Ibutilide/Corvert
    • Class III
    • Promotes Na influx
  18. Class VI
    • Verapamil and Diltiazem
    • Inhibits influx of Ca
  19. Adenosine
    • Acts at purine receptor
    • T1/2 of 1-10 sec
    • Contra in asthma, COPD, or Sick sinus syndrome
  20. Regadenoson
    • Related to adenosine
    • Used in Radionuclide myocardial imaging
  21. Diltiazem
    • Benzothiazepine
    • Use sustained release
    • Incompatible with furosemide solution
    • Watch for shortness of breath and edema
  22. Verapamil
    • Phenylalkylamine
    • Treat chronic stable angina
  23. Bepridil
    • Phenylalkylamine
    • Chronic stable angina
  24. Nisoldipine
    • 1,4 Dihydro
    • Hypertension
  25. Nifedipine
    • 1,4 Dihydro
    • Chronic stable angina
  26. Nicardipine
    • 1,4 Dihydro
    • Hypertension and CSA
  27. Isradipine
    Hypertension
  28. Amlodipine
    • 1,4 Dihydro
    • Never abruptly stop
    • Pass into mothers milk
  29. Cleviprex
    • 1,4 Dihydro 3rd generation
    • Injectable emulsion when oral meds dont work
    • Severe hypertension
    • Contra in soy and egg allergy

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