Card Set Information
Vasoconstricts to increase BP and CO.
Low dose - dilate renal/coronary
High-dose - vasoconstrict
Stimulate alpha and beta adrenergic receptors
Stimulate beta 1 and beta 2
cardiac arrest, shock, heart blocks
Stimulate beta 1 (heart)
dilates cardiac veins and arteries.
(decreases work heart has to go against)
Aluminum hydroxide and magnesium trisilicate. (maalox)
What is a sign of Paxil Tox?
What do you have to tell pts about lithium therapy?
drink lots of water.
Corticosteroids do what with sodium?
holds it - water retention - high BP. If their BP is low, then something is wrong.
What is the concern with lithium and water?
Drink water. Also no caffeine since it makes you lose water too.
What does Glipizide do?
stimulates insulin secretion.
What is the problem with bleeding problem and oxycodone for pain?
oxy contains aspirin.
What is a popular drug for PVCs?
What med counteracts extrapyrimidal effects?
What is Pronestyl used for?
PVCs and atrial tachy.
What is Nizoral commonly used for?
What is Rifampin used for?
What is Flagyl commonly used for?