Med Dosage 25-36

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Med Dosage 25-36
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  1. IPRATROPIUM BROMIDE (ATROVENT)
    Usually administered with a β–agonist (albuterol). 500 mcg nebulized
  2. KETOROLAC (TORADOL)
    60 mg IM or 30 mg IV (decrease dose by ½ if > 65 y/o)
  3. LIDOCAINE (VISCOUS, 2%, 20%)
    • Pulseless v-tach/v-fib: 1.5 mg/kg IV push every 3-5 min, maximumdose 3.0 mg/kg
    • V-tach with a pulse: 1.0-1.5 mg/kg slow IV push, may repeat at ½ dosein 5-10 min, maximum dose 3.0 mg/kg. If patient is>70 years, has hepatic failure, or CHF decreasesecond dose to ¼ of first dose
    • Post conversion: 1-4 mg/min (This is the drip rate established after abolus medication is associated with conversion out ofv-tach or v-fib
  4. LORAZEPAM (ATIVAN)
    0.05 mg / kg IV, max is generally 4 mg
  5. MAGNESIUM SULFATE
    • Cardiac Arrest: 1-2 g IV push
    • Cardiac (with pulse): 1-2 g IV, over 5-60 min
    • Preeclampsia and eclampsia: 2-4 g IV, over 5-60 min
    • Bronchoconstriction: 2 g IV, over 5-60 min
  6. MIDAZOLAM (VERSED)
    • RSI: 0.1 mg / kg IV, max 10 mg
    • Other Sedation/Seizure: 2.5 – 10 mg IV or IM
  7. METHYLPREDNISOLONE (SOLU-MEDROL)
    Asthma/COPD/Allergic reaction: 60-125 mg IV or IM.(Once reconstituted, the mixture is good for up to 48 hr.)
  8. METOPROLOL
    5 mg slow IV, q 5 min x 3 total doses if vitals remain stable
  9. MORPHINE SULFATE
    2-5 mg slow IV push, titrated to effect. Max dose usually not to exceed20 mg without OLMC approval. MS can be given IM
  10. NALOXONE HYDROCHLORIDE (NARCAN)
    0.1–2 mg (IV, IM, SQ, ETT, nasal), repeated to a max of 8 mg.Naloxone shorter acting than most opiates, repeated doses may berequired
  11. NITROGLYCERIN
    1 tablet (0.4 mg) given sublingually q 5 min0.4 mg metered dose spray given sublingually q 5 min, 1-2” paste5 mcg/min IV (titrate up 5 mcg/min every 5 min until desired effect isachieved)
  12. NITROUS OXIDE (NITRONOX)
    A positive pressure demand valve mask is given to the patient – selfadministered at 50% NO/50% O2. The patient will drop the mask,preventing the induction of anesthesia when unable to hold the maskup any longer

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