Drug Group 3

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Drug Group 3
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  1. CALCIUM CHLORIDE
    Class:
    Electrolyte
  2. CALCIUM CHLORIDE
    Mechanism of Action
    Calcium antagonizes cardiotoxicity of hyperkalemia bystabilizing cardiac cell membrane against undesirabledepolarization. Soluble calcium ions (Ca+2) bind withsoluble fluoride ions (F-) to produce the insoluble andtherefore inactive calcium fluoride salt (CaF2)
  3. CALCIUM CHLORIDE
    Indications
    Hyperkalemia, calcium channel blocker OD, hypotensionassociated with magnesium sulfate or calcium channel blockeradministration, and hydrofluoric acid burns
  4. CALCIUM CHLORIDE
    Interactions
    Will precipitate if mixed with sodium bicarbonate
  5. CALCIUM CHLORIDE
    Dosage
    5–10 ml slow IV push. 10 ml of 10% solution contains 13.6 mEq ofcalcium
  6. CALCIUM GLUCONATE
    Class:
    Electrolyte
  7. CALCIUM GLUCONATE
    Mechanism of Action:
    Calcium antagonizes cardiotoxicity of hyperkalemia bystabilizing cardiac cell membrane against undesirabledepolarization. Soluble calcium ions (Ca+2) bind withsoluble fluoride ions (F-) to produce the insoluble andtherefore inactive calcium fluoride salt (CaF2)
  8. CALCIUM GLUCONATE
    Indications
    Hyperkalemia, calcium channel blocker OD, hypotensionassociated with magnesium sulfate or calcium channel blockeradministration, and hydrofluoric acid burns
  9. CALCIUM GLUCONATE
    Interactions
    Will precipitate if mixed with sodium bicarbonate
  10. CALCIUM GLUCONATE
    Dosage
    10–30 ml slow IV.Topical application inside surgical glove (gel or not) for finger / thumb /hand fluoride burns. 10 ml vial of 10% calcium gluconate contains 4.6mEq of calcium
  11. THIAMINE (B1)
    Class:
    Vitamin
  12. THIAMINE (B1)
    Mechanism of Action
    Administration restores body’s supply of Vitamin B1 inmalnourished patients, preventing possible developmentof Wernicke’s syndrome and Korsakoff’s psychosis.
  13. THIAMINE (B1)
    Indications
    Coma of unknown origin, especially if alcohol is involved, deliriumtremens
  14. THIAMINE (B1)
    Contraindications
    None
  15. THIAMINE (B1)
    Dosage
    100 mg IV or IM

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