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Name the 3 bronchodilators
Name the 3 antiinflammatory drugs
- leukotrine inhibitors
- mast cell stabilizers
What is the Adrenergic B1 and B2 prototype?
What is the adrenergic B2, acute Tx prototype
What is the adrenergic B2, Px prototype
What is the serious ADE for Adrenergics?
What are the common ADE for Adrenergics
What are some contraindications for adrenergics?
Use caution with adrenergics when pt has ...
- Anxiety Tremors
- DM (increases glucose levels)
What is the Anticholinergic Prototype
Atropine (Ipratropium Bromide)
Are anticholinergics used for Tx or Px?
What are the common ADEs for anticholinergics?
- *THINK DRY*
What are the serious ADEs of Anticholinergics?
What are the contraindications for anticholinergics?
- allergy to Med
What is the prototype for Xanthine?
What are the actions of xanthine?
- CNS stimulant
- Increases cardiac activity
- Increases GI Secretions
What are contraindications for Xanthine?
Acute gastric and peptic ulcer disease
Use Xanthine cautiously when a pt has...
What are some serious ADE for Xanthines?
What are some common ADE for Xanthines?
What are the S&S of Respiratory Distress?
- Accessory muscle use
What are the early signs of hypoxia?
- Mental confusion
- Increased RR
- HR >100
What are the late signs of hypoxia?
- HR >150
- Decreased BP
What is the prototype for corticosteroids: Acute Tx
What is the prototype for corticosteroids: Px
What is the MoA of Corticosteroid?
- Suppress Airway inflammation
- decrease edema of mucosa
- decrease airway activity
- decrease mucous secretions
- increase sensitivity to B2 adrenergic receptors
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