Medication indications

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Medication indications
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Amiodarone Aspirin Atropine Dopamine Epinepherine Etomidate Lidocaine Magnesium Sulfate Midazolam Morphine Naloxone Oxygen Sodium Bicarbonate Succinycholine Vasopressin Alteplase Bumetanide Decadron Dextrose Diazepam Diphenhydramine Dobutamine Dolasteron Epi Racemic Fentanyl Flumazemil Fosphenytoin Furosemide Glucagon Haldol Hydrocortisone Hydroxazine Insulin Ipratropium Isoetharine Ketorolac Levalbuterol Lorazepam Mannitol Meperidine Metaproterenol Methylprednisolone Nalbuphine Norepinepherine Ondansetron Oxytocin Phenobarbital Phenytoin Promethazine Propofol
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  1. -Ventricular Fibrillation and Pulseless Ventricular Tachycardia.

    -Treatment of Ventricular Tachycardia and Wide Complex Tachycardia of uncertain etiology


    -Control of hemodynamically stable Ventricular Tachycardia when cardioversion is unsuccessful


    -Used as adjunct to cardioversion of SVT and PSVT

    • -May be used for rate control in atrial fib and flutter when other therapies are ineffective or
    • contraindicated

    -Acceptable for termination of ectopic or multifocal atrial tachycardia with Left Ventricular dysfunction
  2. Aspirin
  3. Atropine
  4. Dopamine,
  5. Epinepherine,
  6. Etomidate,
  7. Lidocaine,
  8. Magnesium Sulfate,
  9. Midazolam,
  10. Morphine,
  11. Naloxone,
  12. Oxygen,
  13. Sodium Bicarbonate,
  14. Succinycholine,
  15. Adenosine,
  16. Atenolol,
  17. Calcium Chloride,
  18. Calcium Gluconate,
  19. Clopidogrel,
  20. Digoxin,
  21. Diltiazem,
  22. Eptifibatide,
  23. Heparin,
  24. Labetalol,
  25. Metaprolol,
  26. Nifedipine,
  27. Nitroglycerin,
  28. Nitropaste,
  29. Procainamide,
  30. Streptokinase,
  31. Tirofiban,
  32. Verapamil
  33. Alteplase,
  34. Bumetanide,
  35. Decadron,
  36. Dextrose,
  37. Diazepam,
  38. Diphenhydramine,
  39. Dobutamine,
  40. Dolasteron,
  41. Epi Racemic,
  42. Fentanyl,
  43. Flumazemil,
  44. Fosphenytoin,
  45. Furosemide,
  46. Glucagon,
  47. Haldol,
  48. Hydrocortisone,
  49. Hydroxazine,
  50. Insulin,
  51. Ipratropium,
  52. Isoetharine,
  53. Ketorolac,
  54. Levalbuterol,
  55. Lorazepam,
  56. Mannitol,
  57. Meperidine,
  58. Metaproterenol,
  59. Methylprednisolone,
  60. Nalbuphine,
  61. Norepinepherine,
  62. Ondansetron,
  63. Oxytocin,
  64. Phenobarbital,
  65. Phenytoin,
  66. Promethazine,
  67. Propofol

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