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  1. Activated Charcoal
    (Actidose)/Absorbent
  2. (Actidose)/Absorbent
    Activated Charcoal
  3. Activated Charcoal (Des)
    specially prepared charcoal that will adsorb & bind toxins from the gastrointestinal tract.
  4. specially prepared charcoal that will adsorb & bind toxins from the gastrointestinal tract.
    Activated Charcoal (Des)
  5. Activated Charcoal (Ind)
    acute ingested poisoning
  6. acute ingested poisoning
    Activated Charcoal (Ind)
  7. Activated Charcoal (CI)
    none
  8. none
    Activated Charcoal (CI)
  9. Activated Charcoal (PC)
    administer only after emesis or in those cases where emesis is CI
  10. administer only after emesis or in those cases where emesis is CI
    Activated Charcoal (PC)
  11. Activated Charcoal (Dose)
    1g/Kg mixed w/ at least 6-8 oz of H2O, then PO or via NG tube
  12. 1g/Kg mixed w/ at least 6-8 oz of H2O, then PO or via NG tube
    Activated Charcoal (Dose)
  13. Calcium Chloride
    (Calcium Chloride)/Electrolyte
  14. (Calcium Chloride)/Electrolyte
    Calcium Chloride
  15. Calcium Chloride (Des)
    • 1) increases myocardial contractile force
    • 2) increases ventricular automaticity
  16. 1) increases myocardial contractile force
    2) increases ventricular automaticity
    Calcium Chloride (Des)
  17. Calcium Chloride (Ind)
    • 1) hyperkalemia
    • 2) hypocalcemia
    • 3) hypermagnesemia
    • 4) calcium channel blocker toxicity
  18. 1) hyperkalemia
    2) hypocalcemia
    3) hypermagnesemia
    4) calcium channel blocker toxicity
    Calcium Chloride (Ind)
  19. Calcium Chloride (CI)
    • 1) ventricular fibrillation
    • 2) hypercalcemia
    • 3) possible digitalis toxicity
  20. 1) ventricular fibrillation
    2) hypercalcemia
    3) possible digitalis toxicity
    Calcium Chloride (CI)
  21. Calcium Chloride (PC)
    • 1) may precipitate toxicity in PTs taking digoxin
    • 2) ensure the IV line is in a large vein & flushed before using & after delivery
  22. 1) may precipitate toxicity in PTs taking digoxin
    2) ensure the IV line is in a large vein & flushed before using & after delivery
    Calcium Chloride (PC)
  23. Calcium Chloride (Dose)
    5-10cc of (10% solution / 1Gram-10cc)/10 min, as needed or 2-4mg/Kg. Ped: 20mg/kg IV (10% solution) repeat at 10 min, as needed
  24. 5-10cc of (10% solution / 1Gram-10cc)/10 min, as needed or 2-4mg/Kg. Ped: 20mg/kg IV (10% solution) repeat at 10 min, as needed
    Calcium Chloride (Dose)
  25. Methylprednisolone
    (Solu-Medrol)/Corticosteroid, Anti-inflammatory
  26. (Solu-Medrol)/Corticosteroid, Anti-inflammatory
    Methylprednisolone
  27. Methylprednisolone (Des)
    synthetic adrenal corticosteroid, effective as an anti-inflammatory & used in mgt of allergic reactions & in some cases of shock. sometimes used in treatment of spinal cord injury.
  28. synthetic adrenal corticosteroid, effective as an anti-inflammatory & used in mgt of allergic reactions & in some cases of shock. sometimes used in treatment of spinal cord injury.
    Methylprednisolone (Des)
  29. Methylprednisolone (Ind)
    • 1) spinal cord injury
    • 2) asthma
    • 3) severe anaphylaxis
    • 4) COPD
  30. 1) spinal cord injury
    2) asthma
    3) severe anaphylaxis
    4) COPD
    Methylprednisolone (Ind)
  31. Methylprednisolone (CI)
    no major CIs in the emergency setting.
  32. no major CIs in the emergency setting.
    Methylprednisolone (CI)
  33. Methylprednisolone (PC)
    only a single dose should be given in the prehospital setting
  34. only a single dose should be given in the prehospital setting
    Methylprednisolone (PC)
  35. Methylprednisolone (Dose)
    asthma/COPD/anaphylaxis: 125-250mg IV/IM. Ped: 1-2mg/kg/dose IV/IM. spinal cord injury: 30mg/kg IV over 15min, after 45min an infusion of 5.4 mg/kg/hr.
  36. asthma/COPD/anaphylaxis: 125-250mg IV/IM. Ped: 1-2mg/kg/dose IV/IM. spinal cord injury: 30mg/kg IV over 15min, after 45min an infusion of 5.4 mg/kg/hr.
    Methylprednisolone (Dose)

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