EMT medication

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EMT medication
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  1. drugs prescribed for pain relief
    analgesics
  2. propoxyphene
    • aspirin (ecotrin, emprin)
    • pain relief
  3. nalbuphine -
    (nubain) codeine
  4. morphine
    ( astramorph PF, duramorph, MS Contin, Roxanol) -
  5. oxycodone ()
    oxycontin
  6. naproxen (
    naprosyn
  7. acetaminophen
    (anacin-3, panadol, temra, tylenol) -)
  8. indomethacin ()
    indocin
  9. ibuprofen
    (actiprofen, advil, excedrin IS, motrin, novoprofen, nuprin) -
  10. drugs prescribed for heart rhythm disorders
    antidysrhythmics
  11. disopyramide ()
    norpace
  12. digoxin
    (lanoxin) -
  13. carvedilol ()
    coreg
  14. propranolol
    (inderal) -
  15. verapamil
    (calan, calan SR, Isoptin SR, verelan) - metoprolol (lopressor, toprol XL)
  16. carvedilol ()
    coreg
  17. propranolol
    (inderal) -
  18. drugs prescribed for prevention and control of seizures
    anticonvulsants
  19. anticonvulsants
    • carbamazepine (epitol, tegretol)
    • phenytoin (dilantin)
    • primidone (mysoline)
    • pheobrbital (phenobarbital phenobarbital sodium, solfoton)
    • valproic acid (depakene)
    • lamotrigine (lamictal)
    • topiramate (topamax)
    • ethosuximide (zarontin)
    • gabapentin (neurontin)
    • levetiracetam (keppra)
  20. bronchodilators
    : drugs that relax the smooth muscles of the bronchial tubes. these medications provide relief of bronchial asthma and allergies affecting the respiratory system
  21. bronchodilators
    albuterol (proventil, ventolin, volmax)  isoetharine (bronkometer, bronkosol)  metaproterenol (alupent, metaproterenol sulfate, metaprel) terbutaline (brethaire, brethine, bricanyl) ipratropium (atrovent) salmeterol (serevent) aluterol/ipratropium (combivent, duoneb) montelukast (singulair) zafirlukast (accolate) levalbuterol (xopenex)
  22. drugs prescribed to diabetic patients to control hyerglycemia (high blood sugar) antidiabetic agents
    ) antidiabetic agents
  23. antidiabetic agents
    glipizide (glucotrol) glyburide (diabeta, glynase prestab, micronase) insulin (humulin, novolin, NPH, humalog) metformin (glucophage) glimepiride (amayl) rosiglitazone aleate (avandia)
  24. drugs prescribed to hep regulate the emotional activity of the patient to minimize the peaks and valleys in their phychological and emotional state
    antidepressant agents
  25. antidepressant agents
    amitriptyline (elavil) amoxapine, bupropion (wellbutrin) clomipramine (anafranil) venlafaxine (effexor) escitalopram (lexapro) fluoxetine (prozac) imipramine (tofranil, tripamine) nefazodone (serzone) nortiptyline (aventyl, pamelor) paroxetine (paxil) protriptyline (vivactil) sertraline (zoloft) trimipramine (surmontil) citalopram (celexa)

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