medic12 medic_drugs test10 june13 detail

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  1. DIPHENHYDRAMINE (Name/Class)
    (Benadryl)/Antihistamine
  2. (Benadryl)/Antihistamine
    DIPHENHYDRAMINE
  3. DIPHENHYDRAMINE (Des)
    blocks histamine release, thereby 1)reducing bronchoconstriction 2)vasodilatation 3)edema
  4. blocks histamine release, thereby 1)reducing bronchoconstriction 2)vasodilatation 3)edema
    DIPHENHYDRAMINE (Des)
  5. DIPHENHYDRAMINE (Ind)
    1)anaphylaxis 2)allergic reactions 3)dystonic reactions
  6. 1)anaphylaxis 2)allergic reactions 3)dystonic reactions
    DIPHENHYDRAMINE (Ind)
  7. DIPHENHYDRAMINE (CI)
    asthma and other lower respiratory diseases
  8. asthma and other lower respiratory diseases
    DIPHENHYDRAMINE (CI)
  9. DIPHENHYDRAMINE (PC)
    may induce 1)hypotension 2)headache 3)palpitations 4)tachycardia 4)sedation 5)drowsiness 6)disturbed coordination
  10. may induce 1)hypotension 2)headache 3)palpitations 4)tachycardia 4)sedation 5)drowsiness 6)disturbed coordination
    DIPHENHYDRAMINE (PC)
  11. DIPHENHYDRAMINE (Dose)
    25-50mg IV/IM
  12. 25-50mg IV/IM
    DIPHENHYDRAMINE (Dose)
  13. LORAZEPAM (Name/Class)
    (Ativan)/Sedative
  14. (Ativan)/Sedative
    LORAZEPAM (Name/Class)
  15. LORAZEPAM (Des)
    most potent benzodiazepine available. has strong 1)antianxiety 2)sedative 3)hypnotic 4)skeletal muscle relaxant properties 5)relatively short half-life
  16. most potent benzodiazepine available. has strong 1)antianxiety 2)sedative 3)hypnotic 4)skeletal muscle relaxant properties 5)relatively short half-life
    LORAZEPAM (Des)
  17. LORAZEPAM (Ind)
    sedation for cardioversion and status epilepticus
  18. sedation for cardioversion and status epilepticus
    LORAZEPAM (Ind)
  19. LORAZEPAM (CI)
    sensitivity to benzodiazepines
  20. sensitivity to benzodiazepines
    LORAZEPAM (CI)
  21. LORAZEPAM (PC)
    1)narrow-angle glaucoma 2)depression 3)psychosis 4)coma 5)shock 6)acute alcohol intoxication 7)renal or hepatic impairment 8)organic brain syndrome 9)myasthenia gravis 10)GI disorders 11)elderly 12)debilitated 13)limited pulmonary reserve
  22. 1)narrow-angle glaucoma 2)depression 3)psychosis 4)coma 5)shock 6)acute alcohol intoxication 7)renal or hepatic impairment 8)organic brain syndrome 9)myasthenia gravis 10)GI disorders 11)elderly 12)debilitated 13)limited pulmonary reserve
    LORAZEPAM (PC)
  23. LORAZEPAM (Dose)
    • Sedation: 2-4 mg IM, 0.5-2.0mg IV
    • Ped: 0.03-0.5mg/kg IV/IM/PR up to 4mg
    • Status Epilepticus: 2mg slow IV/PR (2mg/min) Ped: 0.1 mg/kg slow IV/PR (2-5min)
  24. Sedation: 2-4 mg IM, 0.5-2.0mg IV
    Ped: 0.03-0.5mg/kg IV/IM/PR up to 4mgStatus Epilepticus: 2mg slow IV/PR (2mg/min) Ped: 0.1 mg/kg slow IV/PR (2-5min)
    LORAZEPAM (Dose)
  25. METOCLOPRAMIDE (Name/Class)
    • Reglan
    • Antiemetic
  26. Reglan (Drug/Class)
    • METOCLOPRAMIDE
    • Antiemetic
  27. Antiemetic
    • 1) METOCLOPRAMIDE
    • 2) ZOFRAN
  28. METOCLOPRAMIDE (Des)
    dopamine antagonist similar to procainamide but with few antidysrhythmic or anesthetic properties. antiemetic properties from rapid gastric emptying and desensitization of the vomiting reflex.
  29. dopamine antagonist similar to procainamide but with few antidysrhythmic or anesthetic properties. antiemetic properties from rapid gastric emptying and desensitization of the vomiting reflex.
    METOCLOPRAMIDE (Des)
  30. METOCLOPRAMIDE (Ind)
    nausea & vomiting
  31. nausea & vomiting
    METOCLOPRAMIDE (Ind)
  32. METOCLOPRAMIDE (CI)
    1)hypersensitivity 2)allergy to sulfite agents 3)seizure disorders 4)pheochromocytoma 5)mechanical GI obstruction or perforation 6)breast cancer
  33. 1)hypersensitivity 2)allergy to sulfite agents 3)seizure disorders 4)pheochromocytoma 5)mechanical GI obstruction or perforation 6)breast cancer
    METOCLOPRAMIDE (CI)
  34. METOCLOPRAMIDE (PC)
    1)CHF 2)hypokalemia 3)renal impairment 4)GI hemorrhage 5)intermittent porphyria
  35. 1)CHF 2)hypokalemia 3)renal impairment 4)GI hemorrhage 5)intermittent porphyria
    METOCLOPRAMIDE (PC)
  36. METOCLOPRAMIDE (Dose)
    10-20mg IM; 10mg slow IV (over 1-2 min). Ped: 1-2mg/kg/dose
  37. 10-20mg IM; 10mg slow IV (over 1-2 min). Ped: 1-2mg/kg/dose
    METOCLOPRAMIDE (Dose)
  38. ZOFRAN (Name/Antiemetic)
    (Zofran)/Antiemetic
  39. Zofran (Drug/Class)
    ZOFRAN/Antiemetic
  40. ZOFRAN (Des)
    selective blocking agent of the serotonin 5-HT3 receptor type
  41. selective blocking agent of the serotonin 5-HT3 receptor type
    ZOFRAN (Des)
  42. ZOFRAN (Ind)
    prevention of nausea & intractible vomiting
  43. prevention of nausea & intractible vomiting
    ZOFRAN (Ind)
  44. ZOFRAN (CI)
    None
  45. None
    ZOFRAN (CI)
  46. ZOFRAN (PC)
    may mask a progressive ileus &/or gastric distension
  47. may mask a progressive ileus &/or gastric distension
    ZOFRAN (PC)
  48. ZOFRAN (Dose)
    4mg IVP or single 24-mg tablet ODT
  49. 4mg IVP or single 24-mg tablet ODT
    ZOFRAN (Dose)
  50. CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE (Name/Class)
    (Librium)/Sedative, Hypnotic
  51. Librium (Drug/Class)
    • CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE/Sedative, Hypnotic
    • Sedative
    • CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE
  52. Hypnotic
    CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE
  53. CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE (Des)
    benzodiazepine derivative that produces 1)mild sedation 2)anticonvulsant 3)skeletal muscle relaxant 4)prolonged hypnotic effects
  54. benzodiazepine derivative that produces 1)mild sedation 2)anticonvulsant 3)skeletal muscle relaxant 4)prolonged hypnotic effects
    CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE (Des)
  55. CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE (Ind)
    1)severe anxiety & tension 2)acute alcohol withdrawal symptoms (DTs)
  56. 1)severe anxiety & tension 2)acute alcohol withdrawal symptoms (DTs)
    CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE (Ind)
  57. CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE (CI)
    1)hypersen to benzodiazepines 2)pregnant and nursing mothers 3)children under 6
  58. 1)hypersen to benzodiazepines 2)pregnant and nursing mothers 3)children under 6
    CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE (CI)
  59. CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE (PC)
    1)primary depressive disorders or psychoses 2)acute alcohol intoxication
  60. 1)primary depressive disorders or psychoses 2)acute alcohol intoxication
    CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE (PC)
  61. CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE (Dose)
    50-100mg IV/IM
  62. 50-100mg IV/IM
    CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE (Dose)

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