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  1. Morphine is classed as a ____ ____.
    Narcotic Analgesic
  2. Name opiate narcotic antagonist trade, generic, indication & dosage
    • Narcan
    • naloxone
    • Opiate/Narcotic OD
    • 0.4 - 2 mg IV up to 10 mg
  3. Name 2 bronchodilators
    • Albuterol
    • Ipratropium
  4. Is Etomidate classed as a benzo? If no what is it?
    • no
    • Hypnotic
  5. Adenosine is described as a _____ _____ with a 1st dose of ____ & 2nd of ____
    • Chemical Cardioverter
    • 6mg & 2nd of 12mg
  6. Atropine is classed as ____ w/ an indication of ____ @ dosage ____ & a 2nd indication of ____ @ dosage ____
    • Parasympatholytic
    • Cardiac Arrest @ a dosage of 1mg of 1: 10,000
    • Systamatic Bradycardia @ a dosage of 0.3-0.5 mg drip
  7. Epinepherine is classed as a ____ w/ an indication of ____ @ dosage of ____. Another indication is ____ dosed @ ____
    • Sympathomimetic
    • Cardiac Arrest @ a dosage of 1mg IV
    • Severe Allergic reaction dosed @ 0.3 - 0.5 mg IM/sub q
  8. The max amt of Epi you can give is ____ & a contraindication is ____
    • No Max
    • none
  9. Vasopressin is classed as a ____ w/ a trade name of ____
    • Hormone/Vasopressor
    • Pitresson
  10. An indication for Vasopressin is ____ dosed @ ____. Another is ____ dosed @ ____
    • Cardiac arrest @ 40 units IV
    • Esophageal Varices @ 0.2 - 0.4 units/min IV drip
  11. Morphine is contraindicated for COPD/asthma b/c :
    It causes resp depression
  12. Phenergan is classed as an ____.
    Antiemetic
  13. The trade name for anectine.
    Succinylcholine
  14. My pt last night had a seizure b/c he forgot to take his ____ or was it his ____.
    • Lyrica
    • Clonazepam
    • Depakote
  15. 2 HTN drugs on my list are ____& ____ their mechanism is ____ & ____.
    • Lisinipril & it is an ACE inhibitor
    • Atenlol &it is a beta blocker
    • Norvasc & it is a CCB
    • Toprol XL & it is a Beta Blocker
    • Diovan & it is an angeotensin antagonist
  16. Its getting hard to find Xanax on the street so I have to go to my Dr for ____ b/c these drug quizes are giving me _____
    • Alprozolam
    • Anxiety
  17. My cholesterol is high so my doc offered me ____ or ____.
    • Lipitor
    • Zocor
  18. Tridil is classed as a ____.
    Nitrate
  19. The narcotic that is similar to morphine but is synthetic is ____
    Fentanyl
  20. This drug is a bronchodilator but is contraindicated for primary use. It is ____. The primary bronchodilator is ____.
    • Ipratropium
    • Albuterol
  21. Diazapam (aka ____) is classed as ____. It is indicated for (5 inds) ?
    • Valium
    • Benzodiazapine
    • Seizures, Status Epilepticus, Anxiety, Muscle Tremors due to Inj, Premed for Cardioversion
  22. Morphine is used for MI for ____ & for ____. I wouldnt use it if my pt had ____, ____ or ____.
    • Pain
    • Pulmonary Edema
    • Hypotension, Head or abd inj, bronchial asthma, COPD, Resp Depression
  23. My pt takes paxil for ____.
    Depression
  24. 2 analgesic drugs on my list are ____ & ____.
    • Hydrocodone
    • Tramafol
    • Vicodin
    • Darvocet
    • Oxycodone
  25. My pt is depressed so they have taken ____, ____, ____, ____, ____, ____, or ____ in the past.
    • Paxil
    • Lexapro
    • Celexa
    • Zoloft
    • Cymbalta
    • Wellbutrin
    • Effexor
  26. Lisinipril is a pretty good ____ med w/the mechanism of ____ ____.
    HTN, ACE inhibitor
  27. Contraindications common to opiates are
    • Hypotensive
    • Volume Depletion
  28. Generic Xanax is called ____.
    Alprazolam
  29. This drug is a depolarizing neuromuscular blocker: _____.
    Succinylcholine
  30. Succinylcholine is indicated for ____ & contraindicated for ____ or ____ or ____. Adult Dose is ____.
    • Intubation
    • Fam Hx of malignant hyperthermia, penetrating eye inj, narrow angle glaucoma
    • 1 - 1.5 mg/kg IV/IM
  31. If my pt ODs on Diazapam I could use ____ b/c it is a ____ ____ in the dosage of what?
    • Flumazenil
    • benzo antagonist
    • 0.2 mg up to 1mg
  32. Etomidate is classed as a benzo. T or F
    False
  33. Hydrocodone is indicated for ____ & the trade name is ____.
    • Pain
    • Vicodin
  34. Name Two indications for Versed
    • Cardioversion
    • Intubation
  35. Thiamine is dosed @ _______ for adults. For Pedi _____.
    • Adult 50-100 mg IV/IM
    • Pediatric 10-25 mg IV/IM
  36. Etomidate is classed as ____ & we would use this drug for ____ in the dose of _____ for adult and ____ for Pedi.
    • Hypnotic
    • RSI
    • Adult 0.1-0.3 mg/kg IV
    • Pedi >10 y/o same as adult
  37. To reverse the effects of morphine we would give ____. The dose would be ____.
    • Narcan
    • 0.4 - 2mg IV/IM
  38. Fentanyl is classed as a _____. An indication for fentanyl is ____. Dose it @ ____ for adults & ____ for Pedi ____.
    • Narotic
    • Cardioversion, intubation, pain
    • Adult 25-100 mcg IV
    • Ped 2 mcg/kg IV/IM
  39. Valium is classed as ____. Its generic name is ____. Indications are ____, ____, ____ & ____.
    • Benzodiazapine
    • Diazapam
    • Seizures, Intubation, Acute Anxiety, Ortho Inj's
  40. Verapamil is classed as a ____.
    CCB
  41. Narcan is classed as ____.
    Opiate Antagonist
  42. How long does Succinycholine last (short or long) and what is this drug used for in what dose for adults & pedis?
    • Short
    • Intubation
    • Adult 1-1.5 mg/kg IV/IM
    • Pedi 1-2 mg/kg IV/IM
  43. Epi dose for cardiac arrest is ____ & for allergic reaction ____. The max I can give is ____?
    • 1mg 1:10,000 IV
    • 0.3 - 0.5 1:1000 sub q
    • No Max
  44. I know from A & P epi hits this receptor site ____?
    Beta 1
  45. Etomidate is a benzo. T or F
    False
  46. The dosages for adenosine are ____ then ____ then ____.
    • 6 mg rapidly w/ saline flush
    • 12 mg in 1 - 2 mins
    • 12 mg in 1 - 2 mins
  47. The specific thing adenosine is for is called ____.
    PSVT
  48. Adenosine should be used secondary to ____ ____.
    Vagal Maneuvers
  49. Verapamil would be bad to use in a wide QRS because why?
    It would slow AV conduction widening it further
  50. The major precaution for adenosine is that it may cause ___.
    Transient dysrhythmias especially asystole
  51. The only indication for ASA in the prehospital setting is ____ given in what dose?
    • Chest Pain
    • 160 - 320 mg PO
  52. Tell me what atropine is precautioned for and why.
    • MI b/c it speeds the heart
    • Glaucoma
  53. The non cardiac use for atropine is ____ dosed @ ____.
    • organo phosphate poisoning
    • 2 - 5 mg IV/IM/IO
  54. Atrovent is indicated for ____ & is dosed at ____.
    • Asthma
    • 500 mcg 2.5 - 3 ml NS via neb
  55. My pt is suffering fr. hypoglycemia is going to get some ____ fr me in the amt ____. I m precautioned to have good ____ ____.
    • D50
    • 26g
    • IV access
  56. Valium's properties are that it:
    • is a benzo
    • sedative
    • hypnotic
    • analgesic
    • sympathomimetic
  57. For seizure I would give valium in a dose range of ____.
    5 - 10 mg IV IM
  58. I could reverse valium with ____ in the amt of ____.
    • Flumazenil
    • 0.2 mg IV
  59. Etomidate lasts a long time. T or F
    False
  60. The dosage for Etomidate is ____.
    0.1 - 0.3 mg/kg IV
  61. The dosage for fentanyl is ____.
    25 - 100 mcg slow IV
  62. Fentanyl is contraindicated for ____ & ____ & can be antagonized w?
    • MAO inhibitors & Myasthenia Gravis
    • Narcan
  63. Romazicon is indicated for ____ & dosed @ ____. I have to be careful using it if my pt ____.
    • Resp Depression secondary to benzos
    • 0.2 mg IV up to 1 mg
    • already takes it for status epilepticus or seizures
  64. Lasix is indicated for ___ & ____ & dosed @ ____.
    • CHF & pulmonary edema
    • 40 - 120 mg slow IV
  65. The reason Lasix works is ____.
    It inhibits Na reabsorption by the kidneys
  66. The primary prehospital use for versed is ____ dosed @ ____. Contraindicated if ____.
    • induce sedation for cardioversion or intubation
    • 1 - 2.5 mg slow IV or 0.07 - 0.08mg/kg IM
    • Pt experiences glaucoma, shock, coma or ETOH
  67. Morphine works for MI b/c it acts as a ____ & ____; both of which are good
    vasoconstrictor & pain reliever
  68. Morphine is dosed @ a range of ____ for AMI.
    1 - 2 mg IV
  69. I cant use morphine if my pt has (name 5).....
    • hypotension
    • head or abd inj
    • COPD
    • reps depression
    • PE due to chem inhalation
  70. If my pt is unresponsive w/ no resp depression I'd start thinking about checking _____ & giving ____ dosed @____.
    • Sugar
    • D50
    • 25 g
  71. Ntg reduces cardiac workload by ____. I'd give my pt ____ repeated up to ____ times if needed.
    • vasodilation
    • 0.4 mg
    • 3
  72. Name 2 contraindications for Aspirin.
    • Bleeding
    • Ulcers
  73. Name 2 prehospital drugs & their dosages for bronchospasm due to asthma.
    • Ipratropium 500mcg in 2-2.5mL NS vis neb
    • Albuterol 2.5 - 3 mg in 2-3 mL NS via neb
  74. What would reverse reps depression caused by diazepam & how much is needed?
    Flumazenil @ 0.2 mg IV
  75. Max dose of atropine is ____.
    3 mg
  76. Name 3 prehospital drugs for AMI w/ dosages.
    • Ntg - 0.4 mg tablet or SL spray
    • Aspirin 160-325 mg PO
    • Morphine 1-2 mg
  77. Sertaline Hydrochloride is indicated for ____.
    depression
  78. What is tenormin indicated for & what mechanism does it use?
    • HTN
    • Beta Blocker
  79. What is another name for tenormin?
    Atenolol
  80. What is the mechanism for neproxen?
    NSAID
  81. The generic name for Xanax is____.
    Alprazolam
  82. What is the trade name for Glucophage?
    Metaforman
  83. The indication, trade name and mechanism for Prinivil is?
    • HTN
    • Lisinipril
    • ACE inhibitor
  84. Dose range & generic name for Sublimaze?
    • 25-100 mcg
    • fentanyl
  85. Decadron is described as ______.
    Long acting synthetic adrenocorticoid w/ intense antiiflammatory activity
  86. Decadron is is indicated for what four things?
    Anaphylaxis, Asthma, COPD, Spinal Cord Edema
  87. Racemic epi is indicated for _____.
    Croup
  88. The difference between racemic epi and regular epi is that it is formulated to be given via ____.
    Nebulizer
  89. Prochlorperazine is trade named ____ and is indicated for ____ or ____.
    • Compazine
    • Nausea & Vomiting or Acute psychosis
  90. Oxytocin is trade named _____ and is indicated for _____.
    • Pitocin
    • Severe postpartum hemorrhage
  91. Ketorolac is trade named _____ and is indicated for _____.
    • Toradol
    • Mild to moderate pain
  92. T or F Toradol will also provide sedation
    False
  93. Mannitol (trade name ____) is classed as a/an ___ and is indicated for ______.
    • Osmitrol
    • Osmotic Diuretic
    • Cerebral edema
  94. Lotrel is indicated for ____ & its mechanism is that it is an _____.
    • HTN
    • ACE inhibitor
  95. Norco is an ____ ____.
    Opiod analgesic
  96. Avandia is indicated for ______.
    Diabetes
  97. Buspar is used for _____.
    Anxiety
  98. Remeron is an ______.
    Antidepressant
  99. Vasotec is known as ____ and is used for ____. Its scheme is that it works as an _____.
    • Enalapril
    • HTN
    • Angiotensin Antagonist
  100. Aciphex is excellent for use in ____.
    GERD
  101. I would take singulair if I had ____.
    Asthma
  102. Inderal is aka ____ & its a ____ which would lead me to believe it is used for ____.
    • Propranolol
    • Beta Blocker
    • HTN
  103. Premarin is classed as _____.
    Estrogen
  104. Methotrexate is classed as an ____ .
    Antineaplasmic agent
  105. Soma is indicated for use as a ____ ____.
    Muscle relaxant
  106. Seroquel Is a ____
    Psychotropic
  107. Gabapentin is widely prescribed b/c the trade name drug _____ is pretty expensive. This drug is used for ____.
    • Neurontin
    • Epileptic
  108. Proventil is the generic name for ____. Its used as a _____ in the dose/route of ______ via ____. Side effects include ____, ____, ____, ____.
    • Albuterol
    • Bronchodilator
    • 2.5mg in 3 ml NS via Neb
    • Tachycardia, nausea, headache, anxiety
  109. Procainamide is classed as an ____ & is used for ____, ____, ____ ____.
    • Antidysrhythmic
    • V-Tach, V-Fib, Pulseless V-Fib
  110. Procainamide works by doing what 3 things?
    Prolongs ventricular repolarization, Slows conduction, decreases myocardial excitability
  111. Adenosine is used for ____ & is described as an ____ w/ a half life of ____ meaning what?
    • PSVT
    • Antidysrhythmic
    • 6 seconds
    • It must reach the heart within 6 seconds to be effective
  112. WHat is the dosage range for etomidate ?
    0.1-0.3 mg/kg
  113. What are the contraindictions for Etomidate?
    Head trauma
  114. Is succinylcholine a depolarizing or non-depolarizing muscular blocker & what is the dose range?
    • Depolarinzing
    • 1-1.5 mg/kg
  115. What are the 3 contraindications for succinylcholine?
    • Hx of malignant hyperthermia,
    • Penetrating eye inj,
    • Narrow-angle glaucoma
  116. What is the V-Fib/V-Tach dosage for Mag Sulfate?
    1-2g
  117. What is the dosage of Mag Sulfate for Torsades de pointes?
    2g
  118. What is the dosage of Mag Sulfate for AMI?
    1-2g
  119. What is the Mag Sulfate dosage for Eclampsia?
    2 - 4g
  120. Give 3 indications for thiamine.
    • Coma of unk origin
    • Chronic alcoholism
    • DTs
  121. What is the dosage for thiamine?
    50-100mg
  122. What medication would we use to reverse a beta blocker OD? Dosed how?
    • Beta blocker OD
    • Dosed @ 50-100mcg/kg over 1min
  123. What would we give our pt w/a TCA OD? Dosed @?
    • Sodium Bicarb
    • Dosed @ 1 mEq/kg IV then 0.5 mEq/kg/10 min
  124. What is the most potent Benzo trade & generic names?
    • Lorazapam
    • Ativan
  125. _____ is a narcotic agonist similar to morphine but synthetic.
    Fentanyl
  126. Lisinipril is given for ____ & its mechanism is ____ ____.
    • HTN
    • ACE inhibitor
  127. This drug is classed as a depolarizing neuromuscular blocker.
    Succinylcholine
  128. Give generic & trade names of 4 benzos.
    • Diazepam - Valium
    • Lorazapam - Ativan
    • Midazolam - Versed
    • Alprazolam - Xanax
  129. Hydrocodone is indicated for _____ & its trade name is ____.
    • Pain
    • Vicodin
  130. Atropine is classed as a ____.
    parasympatholytic
  131. Epi is classed as ____.
    Sympathomimetic
  132. Darvocet trade name is ____.
    Darvon
  133. Midazolam trade name is ____.
    Versed
  134. Diltiazem trade name is ____.
    Cardizem
  135. Generic name for Zoloft is ____ ____.
    Sertaline Hydrochloride
  136. The trade name and dose for verapamil is what?
    • Isoptin or Calan
    • 2.5 - 5mg IV bolus over 2-3 mins then 5-10 mg after 15-30 mins to a max of 30mg in 30 mins
  137. Verapamil's mechanism is _____ and it is indicated for what 3 things?
    • CCB
    • PSVT refrac to adenosine, A-Flutter, A-Fib
  138. Name the 3 drugs w/dosages we would use to RSI in the Valley assuming they had the paralytic.
    • Etomidate @ 0.1 - 0.3 mg/kg
    • Versed @ 0.07-0.08 mg/kg
    • Succinylcholine @ 1 - 1.5 mg/kg
  139. Name the 4 stop points for procainamide.
    • 1. Ectopy resolves
    • 2. QRS widens more than 50%
    • 3. Hypotension ensues
    • 4. Up to 17 mg/kg
  140. Give dose & contraindications for Narcan
    • 0.4 - 2 mg
    • Non narc induced resp depression
  141. Give dose and contraindications for Procainamide.
    • 20-30 mg/IV
    • Myasthenia Gravis, 2nd or 3rd degree HB
  142. Give the dose and contraindications for anectine.
    • 1-1.5 mg/kg
    • Malignant hyperthermia, Narrow angle glaucoma, Penetrating eye inj
  143. Give dose for vasopressin for esophageal varices & contraindications.
    • 0.2-0.4 units/min IV drip
    • Nephritis, Heart disease, PVCs, Arteriosclerosis, 1st stage of labor
  144. Give the dose for Calcium Chloride & its contraindications.
    • 2-4 mg/kg IV/10mins as needed
    • V-Fib, Hypercalcemia, Digitalis toxicity
  145. Give the dose & contraindications for Etomidate.
    • 0.1-0.3 mg/kg
    • Hypersenstivity
  146. What is the Max dose for NTG?
    • 1 0.4mg tab/3-5 mins up to 3
    • 1 0.4mg spray up to 3 in 25 mins
  147. Name contraindications for Adenosine.
    • 2nd/3rd degree HB
    • Sinus Node disease
    • Asthma
  148. Tenormin (aka____) is indicated for _____ and follows the mechanism of what?
    • Atenolol
    • HTN
    • Beta Blocker
  149. What is the mechanism for neproxin?
    NSAID
  150. The trade name for glucophage is _____.
    Metforman
  151. Give the indication and trade name for prinivil.
    • Lisinipril
    • HTN, ACE inhibitor
  152. Sublimaze (aka _____) is dosed at ____.
    • Fentanyl
    • 25-50 mcg
  153. Methylphenidate (aka ____), a drug used to treat ADHD, achieves its therapeutic action by ____ the CNS, thereby causing ____, allowing for greater concentration and focus.
    • Ritalin
    • Stimulating
    • Heightened awareness and arousal
  154. A large concern during the administration of an Alpha agonist is infiltration b/c it may cause:
    Tissue necrosis
  155. Glucagon affects blood glucose levels by:
    Inducing glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis
  156. When administering glucagon it is important to remember that:
    Glycogen stores must be available in the liver & muscle for it to be effective
  157. All laxatives are similar in the they increase ____ ____ in the ____.
    Water content in the colon
  158. Sildenafil (aka ____) achieves its therapeutic action in the treatment of ED by:
    • Viagra
    • Relaxing vascular smooth muscle increasing blood flow to the corpus cavernosum
  159. MAOIs achieve there therapeutic index by:
    Preventing the breakdown of neurotransmitters such as norepi in the CNSB
  160. Contraindications for amiodarone are:
    • Cardiogenic shock
    • Severe sinus brady
    • Advanced heart block
  161. Atropine works by what mechanism?
    Stimulating the parasympathetic NS and the vagus nerve
  162. What 3 things is Atropine used for?
    • Slow PEA
    • Organo phosphate poisoning
    • Bradycardia
  163. Atropine is precautioned for ____ and ____.
    • AMI
    • Glaucoma
  164. What class of drug is Toradol?
    Analgesic
  165. Define pharmacodynamics.
    Study of physiological effects of drugs on the body
  166. What are the 6 rights of med administration?
    • Patient
    • route
    • Med
    • Time
    • Dose
    • Documentation
  167. Define pharmacokinetics.
    What the body does to a drug
  168. Define biotransformation
    How a drug changes body chemistry in order to achieve s desired effect
  169. Name the 2 drug routes.
    • Enteral
    • Parenteral
  170. Define receptor site.
    Location where a drug binds too in order to achieve a desired result
  171. Define anesthetic.
    Drug that causes reversible loss of sensation
  172. Define analgesic.
    Drugs used to relieve pain
  173. Define agonist.
    Chem that binds to a receptor site of a cell & triggers a response by that cell
  174. Define Antagonist.
    Chem that blocks or dampens agonist mediated responses
  175. A beta 1 agonist effects receptors by causing:
    Increasing HR, contractility, automaticity, conduction
  176. A beta 2 agonist effects receptors causing:
    Smooth muscle relaxation
  177. What is a prototype drug?
    A drug within a class that exhibits all the exact properties of that class
  178. Atropine cumulative dose is ____.
    3 mg
  179. Bretyliium is used for what?
    V-fib, V-tach refrac to lido
  180. The first dose for bretylium is _____.
    5 mg/kg IV
  181. The second dose fro Bretylium is _____ with a max of _____.
    10 mg/kg/15-30 min to a max of 30 mg/kg
  182. CaCl is primarily used prehospital for ____ ____ in the dose of ____?
    CCB toxicity in the dose of 2-4 mg/kg over 10 mins
  183. Diphenhydramine is contraindicated for pts w/ _____.
    Asthma
  184. Cardizem is classed as a _____.
    CCB
  185. The pedi cardiac arrest dose of epi is _____.
    0.01 mg/kg 1: 10,000 IV
  186. The trade name for etomidate is _____.
    Amidate
  187. Romazicon is dosed @ _____.
    0.2 mg up to 1 mg
  188. Glucagon can be used for ____ or _____.
    • Hypoglecemia w/o IV access
    • Rev beta blocker OD
  189. Isoproterenol is in one algorithm which is _____.
    Bradycardia
  190. Mag Sulfate works by what mechanism?
    • Depressing function of smooth, skeletal, cardiac muscles
    • CCB
  191. Solu-Medrol is dosed @ _____ for spinal cord inj.
    30 mg/kg IV over 15 mins
  192. Aminophylline is classed as a _____.
    Bronchodilator
  193. Chlordiazepoxide is the generic name for _____.
    Librium
  194. What is the pediatric dose for Adenosine?
    • 0.1 mg/kg IV/IO
    • 0.2 mg/kg IV/IO
  195. What is the pedi dosage for albuterol?
    2.5 mg for <20kg OR 5 mg for >20 kg via neb
  196. What is the pedi dose of Amiodarone for SVT, VT w/pulses?
    5 mg/kg IV/IO load over 20-60 mins
  197. What is the pedi dosage for Amiodarone in pulseless arrest?
    5 mg/kg IV/IO bolus
  198. What is the pedi dose of atropine for symptomatic bradycardia?
    0.02 mg/kg repeated once to a max of 1 mg
  199. What is the pedi dose of atropine for poisoning?
    0.02-0.05 mg/kg <12 y/o OR 0.05 mg/kg >12 y/o IV/IO q 20-30 until atropine effect seen or symptoms reversed
  200. What is the pedi dose for calcium chloride?
    20 mg/kg IV/IO
  201. What is the indication for dexamethazone and dosage in pedi pts?
    • Croup
    • 0.6 mg/kg PO/IV/IM
  202. What is the dextrose dosage for me pedi pt?
    0.5-1g/kg IV/IO
  203. The pedi dose for benadryl is _____.
    1-2 mg/kg IV/IO/IM q 4-6 hrs
  204. The pedi dose for dopamine is ______.
    2-20 mcg/kg/min IV/IO
  205. The pedi dose for dubutamine is what?
    2-20 mcg/kg infusion
  206. The hypotensive shock dose for my pediatric pt is _____.
    0.1-1 mcg/kg/min IV/IO
  207. My pedi anaphylaxis pt is going to get _____ of epi via _____ or _____ via _____.
    0.01 mg/kg 1:1000 IM in thigh OR 0.01 mg/kg 1:10000 IV/IO
  208. My pediatric asthma pt is going to receive _____ of epi via _____.
    0.01 mg/kg of 1:1000 SQ
  209. For my pediatric pt w/croup I am going to mix up ____ ____ by mixing _____ of epi w/____ NS.
    • Racemic Solution
    • 0.25 - 0.5 mL 1:1000 w/ 3mL NS
  210. I want to give my pedi pt Lidocaine in the dose of _____ bolus & the infusion of ____/min.
    • 1 mg/kg IV/IO
    • 20-50mcg/kg/min
  211. My pedi pt is in refrac status asthmaticus so I want to give Mag dosed @:
    25-50 mg/kg over 15-30 mins IV
  212. I am going to give a loading dose of _____ of methylprednisolone to my pedi pt who is i status asthmaticus or anaphylactic shock followed by an infusion of ____ q 6 hrs.
    • 2 mg/kg IV/IO/IM
    • 0.5 mg/kg IV/IO
  213. For a narcotic reversal my pediatric pt is going to receive_______ of narcan.
    0.1mg/kg IV/IO/IM/SQ
  214. I would dose procainamide @ _____ for my pedi pt w/SVT, A-Flutter or VT w/pulse.
    15 mg/kg IV/IO load over 30-60 mins
  215. For my pedi pt who ODed on TCAs I will give ____ ____ in the dosage of ____.
    1-2 mEq/kg IV bolus
  216. I suspect metabolic acidosis in my pedi pt. I want to give ____ of sodium bicarb.
    1 mEq/kg IV/IO
  217. I would give terbutaline to my pedi pt for ____ or ____ in the dosage of ______.
    • Status asthmaticus or hyperkalemia
    • 0.1 - 10 mcg/kg/min IV/IO infusion

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