Induction Drugs and Benzos.txt

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  1. What is the other name for Etomidate?
    Amidate
  2. How is Etomidate supplied??
    2mg/ml
  3. What is the induction range for Etomidate??
    0.2 - 0.3 mg/kg
  4. What is the onset and duration of Etomidate??
    1m

    3-10m
  5. What are some important facts to remember about Etomidate??
    • Myoclonis
    • pain on injection
    • cardiac stable
    • Adrenal suppression
  6. What is the other name for Ketamine?
    Ketolar
  7. How is Ketamine supplied??
    10mg/ml
  8. What is the induction dose of Ketamine??
    • IV 2-4mg/kg
    • IM 4-6mg/kg
    • PO 10mg/kg
  9. What is the onset and duration of Ketamine??
    • 2-5 mins
    • 5-10 mins
  10. What are side effects of Ketamine??
    • Hallucinations 
    • increased CO, HR
    • increased salivation
  11. What is another name for Brevital??
    methohexital
  12. How is Brevital supplied???
    10mg/ml
  13. What is the induction dose for Brevital?
    1-2mg/kg

    25mg/kg PR
  14. What is the onset and duration of Brevital?
    • 30 secs
    • 5-10 mins
  15. What are some side effects or things to remember with Brevital??
    • pain on injection
    • epileptic foci
    • no liver failure
  16. What is another name for Propofol?
    Diprivan
  17. How is Propofol supplied??
    10mg/ml
  18. What is the induction dose for Propofol??
    1-3 mg/kg
  19. What is the onset and duration for Propofol?
    • 30 secs
    • 5-20 mins
  20. What is important to remember with Propofol?
    • pain on injection
    • don't give if EGG allergy
  21. What is another name for Pentothal??
    Thiopental
  22. how is pentothal supplied???
    25mg/ml
  23. What is the induction dose for Pentothal??
    3-5mg/kg
  24. What is the onset and duration of Pentothal??
    • 30 secs
    • 5-15 mins
  25. What are some things to remember with Pentothal??
    • Do not use with asthma patients (leads to upper airway obstruction)
    • patients may shiver on emergence
    • evoke histamine release
  26. What is another name for Versed??
    Midazolam
  27. How is Versed supplied??
    1mg/ml
  28. What is the induction dose of Versed??
    • IV 0.5-2mg
    • PO 0.5mg/kg 

    MAX 10mg
  29. What is the onset and duration of Versed??
    • 2-5 minutes
    • 2-6 hours
  30. What things are important to remember with Versed??
    • can cause respiratory depression
    • renal elimination??
  31. What is the other name for Precedex??
    Dexmedetomidine
  32. How is precedex supplied???
    100ug/ml
  33. What is the induction dose of Precedex??
    • LOADING DOSE: 1ug/kg over 10 mins
    • MAINTENANCE DOSE: 0.2-0.7 mcg/kg/hr
  34. What is the onset and duration of Precedex???
    10-20 mins

    10-30 mins

    after d/c of infusion
  35. What are some side effects of Precedex??
    • Mild suppression of ventilation 
    • severe bradycardia

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