522 ASA classifications and drugs

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522 ASA classifications and drugs
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ASA classifications and drugs
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  1. Beta Blockers
    Work on beta receptors in the heart to slow heart rate.
  2. Calcium channel Blockers
    Block Calcium ions in heart muscle and smooth muscle of vessels to lower blood pressure.
  3. ACE Inhibitors
    Lower blood pressure.
  4. Anti-Histamines
    Reduce seasonal Allergies
  5. ASA I
    Patient is normal and presents no risks
  6. ASA II
    Less stable than ASA I, but still low risk. 

    Can have more fear, or health issues (asthma, diabetes-II, epilepsy, etc) Over the age of 60. 

    BP: 140-159 / 90-94
  7. ASA III
    Severe Systemic disease.

    Diabetes I, stable angina pectoris, Heart issues.

    BP: 160-199 / 95-114
  8. ASA IV
    Severe incapacitating disease. 

    Dental care should rarely, if ever, be done.
  9. % chance of Adverse Reaction (ADR) with
    2 drugs
    30%
  10. % chance of Adverse Reaction (ADR) with
    5/6 drugs
    50%
  11. % chance of Adverse Reaction (ADR) with
    9 drugs
    100%

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