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  1. MAGNESIUM SULFATE (Name/Class)
    Magnesium/Electrolyte
  2. Magnesium (Drug/Class)
    MAGNESIUM SULFATE/Electrolyte
  3. Electrolyte (Drug/Name)
    MAGNESIUM SULFATE/(Magnesium)
  4. MAGNESIUM SULFATE (Des)
    electrolyte that acts as a 1)calcium channel blocker 2)CNS depressant 3)anticonvulsant. Also depresses the function of smooth, skeletal, & cardiac muscles.
  5. electrolyte that acts as a 1)calcium channel blocker 2)CNS depressant 3)anticonvulsant. Also depresses the function of smooth, skeletal, & cardiac muscles.
    MAGNESIUM SULFATE (Des)
  6. MAGNESIUM SULFATE (Ind)
    1)refractory V-Fib 2)pulseless V-Tach (especially torsade depointes) 3)AMI 4)eclamptic seizures.
  7. 1)refractory V-Fib 2)pulseless V-Tach (especially torsade depointes) 3)AMI 4)eclamptic seizures.
    MAGNESIUM SULFATE (Ind)
  8. MAGNESIUM SULFATE (CI)
    1)HB 2)myocardial damage 3)shock 4)persistent hypertension 5)hypocalcemia.
  9. 1)HB 2)myocardial damage 3)shock 4)persistent hypertension 5)hypocalcemia.
    MAGNESIUM SULFATE (CI)
  10. MAGNESIUM SULFATE (PC)
    1)other CNS depressants 2)neuromuscular blocking agents.
  11. 1)other CNS depressants 2)neuromuscular blocking agents.
    MAGNESIUM SULFATE (PC)
  12. MAGNESIUM SULFATE (Dose)
    • V-Fib/tachycardia: 1-2g IV over 2:00.
    • Torsade de pointes: 1-2g IV then infusion 0.5-1.0g/hr IV.
    • Asthma/COPD: 1-2g over 10:00
    • Eclampsia: 2-6g IV/IM over 15:00-30:00
  13. V-Fib/tachycardia: 1-2g IV over 2:00.
    Torsade de pointes: 1-2g IV then infusion 0.5-1.0g/hr IV.Asthma/COPD: 1-2g over 10:00
    Eclampsia: 2-6g IV/IM over 15:00-30:00
    MAGNESIUM SULFATE (Dose)
  14. PHENYTOIN (Name/Class)
    (Dilantin)/Anticonvulsant
  15. (Dilantin)(Drug/Class)
    PHENYTOIN /Anticonvulsant
  16. Anticonvulsant (Drug/Name)
    PHENYTOIN/Dilantin
  17. PHENYTOIN (Des)
    derivative related to phenobarbital 1)reduces spread of electrical discharges in motor cortex 2)inhibits seizures 3)has antidysrhythmic properties that counteract the effects of digitalis.
  18. derivative related to phenobarbital 1)reduces spread of electrical discharges in motor cortex 2)inhibits seizures 3)has antidysrhythmic properties that counteract the effects of digitalis.
    PHENYTOIN (Des)
  19. PHENYTOIN (CI)
    1)hypersensitivity to hydantoin products 2)seizures due to hypoglycemia 3)sinus bradycardia 4)HB 5)Adams-Stokes syndrome.
  20. 1)hypersensitivity to hydantoin products 2)seizures due to hypoglycemia 3)sinus bradycardia 4)HB 5)Adams-Stokes syndrome.
    PHENYTOIN (CI)
  21. PHENYTOIN (PC)
    1)hepatic or renal impairment 2)alcoholism 3)cardiogenic shock 4)elderly 5)debilitated patients 6)diabetes 7)hyperglycemia 8)bradycardia 9)HB 10)respiratory depression
  22. 1)hepatic or renal impairment 2)alcoholism 3)cardiogenic shock 4)elderly 5)debilitated patients 6)diabetes 7)hyperglycemia 8)bradycardia 9)HB 10)respiratory depression
    PHENYTOIN (PC)
  23. PHENYTOIN (Dose)
    • seizures, status epilepticus: 10-15 mg/kg slow IV. Ped: 8-10mg/kg slow IV.
    • dysrhythmias: 100 mg slow IV (over 5:00) to a maximum 1,000 mg. Ped: 3-5mg/kg slow IV.
  24. seizures, status epilepticus: 10-15 mg/kg slow IV. Ped: 8-10mg/kg slow IV.
    dysrhythmias: 100 mg slow IV (over 5:00) to a maximum 1,000 mg. Ped: 3-5mg/kg slow IV.
    PHENYTOIN (Dose)
  25. PHENYTOIN (Ind)
    1)seizures 2)status epilepticus 3)cardiac dysrhythmias secondary to digitalis toxicity.
  26. 1)seizures 2)status epilepticus 3)cardiac dysrhythmias secondary to digitalis toxicity.
    PHENYTOIN (Ind)
  27. SODIUM BICARBONATE (Name/Class)
    NaHCO3/Alkalizing Agent
  28. NaHCO3 (Drug/Class)
    SODIUM BICARBONATE/Alkalizing Agent
  29. Alkalizing Agent (Drug/Name)
    SODIUM BICARBONATE/NaHCO3
  30. SODIUM BICARBONATE (Des)
    1)provides vascular bicarbonate to assist the buffer system in reducing the effects of metabolic acidosis 2)treatment of some overdoses.
  31. 1)provides vascular bicarbonate to assist the buffer system in reducing the effects of metabolic acidosis 2)treatment of some overdoses.
    SODIUM BICARBONATE (Des)
  32. SODIUM BICARBONATE (Ind)
    1)tricyclic antidepressant and barbiturate overdose 2)refractory acidosis 3)hyperkalemia.
  33. 1)tricyclic antidepressant and barbiturate overdose 2)refractory acidosis 3)hyperkalemia.
    SODIUM BICARBONATE (Ind)
  34. SODIUM BICARBONATE (CI)
    none when used in severe hypoxia or late cardiac arrest.
  35. none when used in severe hypoxia or late cardiac arrest.
    SODIUM BICARBONATE (CI)
  36. SODIUM BICARBONATE (PC)
    1)may cause alkalosis if given in too large a quantity 2)may deactivate vasopressors 3)may precipitate w/ calcium chloride.
  37. 1)may cause alkalosis if given in too large a quantity 2)may deactivate vasopressors 3)may precipitate w/ calcium chloride.
    SODIUM BICARBONATE (PC)
  38. SODIUM BICARBONATE (Dose)
    1.0 mEq/kg IV, then 0.5 mEq/kg/10:00. Ped: same as adult (may be given IO).
  39. 1.0 mEq/kg IV, then 0.5 mEq/kg/10:00. Ped: same as adult (may be given IO).
    SODIUM BICARBONATE (Dose)
  40. THIAMINE (Name/Class)
    Thiamine/Vitamin
  41. Thiamine (Drug/Class)
    THIAMINE/Vitamin
  42. Vitamin (Drug/Name)
    THIAMINE/Thiamine
  43. THIAMINE (Des)
    vitamin B1, wh/ is required to convert glucose into energy.
  44. vitamin B1, wh/ is required to convert glucose into energy.
    THIAMINE (Des)
  45. THIAMINE (Ind)
    1)coma of unknown origin 2)chronic alcoholism w/ associated coma 3)delirium tremens.
  46. 1)coma of unknown origin 2)chronic alcoholism w/ associated coma 3)delirium tremens.
    THIAMINE (Ind)
  47. THIAMINE (CI)
    none
  48. none
    THIAMINE (CI)
  49. THIAMINE (PC)
    known hypersensitivity to the drug
  50. known hypersensitivity to the drug
    THIAMINE (PC)
  51. THIAMINE (Dose)
    100mg IV/IM. Ped: 10-25mg IV/IM.
  52. 100mg IV/IM. Ped: 10-25mg IV/IM.
    THIAMINE (Dose)

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