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  1. TEST 11 MEDIC DRUGS
    • 1) BUTORPHANOL
    • 2) MEPERIDINE
    • 3) NALBUPHINE
    • 4) PANCURONIUM
    • 5) VECUMONIUM
  2. TEST 11 MEDIC DRUGS CLASSES
    • 1) Synthetic Narcotic Analgesic
    • 2) Narcotic Analgesic
    • 3) Nondepolarizing Neuromuscular Blocker
    • 4) Nondepolarizing Skeletal Muscle Relaxant
  3. Narcotic Analgesic
    • 1) MEPERIDINE
    • 2) NALBUPHINE
  4. Which Drugs from Test 11 can you use for "moderate to severe pain"?
    • 1) BUTORPHANOL
    • 2) MEPERIDINE
    • 3) NALBUPHINE
  5. Which Drugs from Test 11 can you use to "facilitate endotracheal intubation"?
    • 1) PANCURONIUM
    • 2) VECUMONIUM
  6. BUTORPHANOL (Name/Class)
    (Stadol)/Synthetic Narcotic Analgesic
  7. (Stadol)/Synthetic Narcotic Analgesic
    BUTORPHANOL (Name/Class)
  8. BUTORPHANOL (DES)
    centrally acting synthetic narcotic analgesic about 5X more potent than morphine - A schedule IV narcotic
  9. centrally acting synthetic narcotic analgesic about 5X more potent than morphine - A schedule IV narcotic
    BUTORPHANOL (DES)
  10. BUTORPHANOL (IND)
    moderate to severe pain
  11. moderate to severe pain
    BUTORPHANOL (IND)
  12. BUTORPHANOL (CI)
    • 1) hypersensitivity
    • 2) head injury
    • 3) undiagnosed abdominal pain
  13. 1) hypersensitivity
    2) head injury
    3) undiagnosed abdominal pain
    BUTORPHANOL (CI)
  14. BUTORPHANOL (PC)
    none given
  15. BUTORPHANOL (DOSE)
    none given
  16. MEPERIDINE (Name/Class)
    (Demerol)/Narcotic Analgesic
  17. (Demerol)/Narcotic Analgesic
    MEPERIDINE (Name/Class)
  18. MEPERIDINE (DES)
    synthetic narcotic w/ sedative & analgesic properties comparable to morphine but w/out hemodynamic side effects
  19. synthetic narcotic w/ sedative & analgesic properties comparable to morphine but w/out hemodynamic side effects
    MEPERIDINE (DES)
  20. MEPERIDINE (IND)
    moderate to severe pain
  21. moderate to severe pain
    MEPERIDINE (IND)
  22. MEPERIDINE (CI)
    seizure disorders, or acute abdomen prior to diagnosis
  23. seizure disorders, or acute abdomen prior to diagnosis
    MEPERIDINE (CI)
  24. MEPERIDINE (PC)
    • 1) increased intracranial pressure
    • 2) asthma or other respiratory conditions
    • 3) supraventricular tachycardias
    • 4) prostatic hypertrophy
    • 5) urethral stricture
    • 6) glaucoma
    • 7) elderly
    • 8) debilitated patients
    • 9) renal/hepatic impairment
    • 10) hypothyroidism
    • 11) addison's disease
  25. 1) increased intracranial pressure
    2) asthma or other respiratory conditions
    3) supraventricular tachycardias
    4) prostatic hypertrophy
    5) urethral stricture
    6) glaucoma
    7) elderly
    8) debilitated patients
    9) renal/hepatic impairment
    10) hypothyroidism
    11) addison's disease
    MEPERIDINE (PC)
  26. MEPERIDINE (DOSE)
    25-50mg IV, 50-100 mg IM Ped: 1mg/kg IV/IM
  27. 25-50mg IV, 50-100 mg IM Ped: 1mg/kg IV/IM
    MEPERIDINE (DOSE)
  28. Why don't you like MEPERIDINE?
    It has to many PCs!
  29. NALBUPHINE (Name/Class)
    (Nubain)/Narcotic Analgesic
  30. (Nubain)/Narcotic Analgesic
    NALBUPHINE (Name/Class)
  31. NALBUPHINE (DES)
    synthetic narcotic analgesic equivalent to morphine, though its respiratory depression does not increase with higher doses
  32. synthetic narcotic analgesic equivalent to morphine, though its respiratory depression does not increase with higher doses
    NALBUPHINE (DES)
  33. NALBUPHINE (IND)
    moderate to severe pain
  34. moderate to severe pain
    NALBUPHINE (IND)
  35. NALBUPHINE (CI)
    • 1) hypersensitivity
    • 2) undiagnosed head or abdominal injury
  36. 1) hypersensitivity
    2) undiagnosed head or abdominal injury
    NALBUPHINE (CI)
  37. NALBUPHINE (PC)
    impaired respirations, narcotic dependency
  38. impaired respirations, narcotic dependency
    NALBUPHINE (PC)
  39. NALBUPHINE (DOSE)
    5mg IV/IM/subcutaneous, repeat as 2 mg doses as needed up to 20mg. Ped: 0.1-0.15mg/kg IV/IM/subcutaneous (rarely used)
  40. PANCURONIUM (Name/Class)
    (Pavulon)/Nondepolarizing Neuromuscular Blocker
  41. (Pavulon)/Nondepolarizing Neuromuscular Blocker
    PANCURONIUM (Name/Class)
  42. PANCURONIUM (DES)
    nondepolarizing neuromuscular blocker that causes paralysis without bronchospasm or hypotension
  43. nondepolarizing neuromuscular blocker that causes paralysis without bronchospasm or hypotension
    PANCURONIUM (DES)
  44. PANCURONIUM (IND)
    facilitate endotracheal intubation
  45. facilitate endotracheal intubation
    PANCURONIUM (IND)
  46. PANCURONIUM (CI)
    tachycardia
  47. tachycardia
    PANCURONIUM (CI)
  48. PANCURONIUM (PC)
    none given
  49. PANCURONIUM (DOSE)
    0.04-0.1mg/kg IV Ped: same as adult
  50. 0.04-0.1mg/kg IV Ped: same as adult
    PANCURONIUM (DOSE)
  51. VECUMONIUM (Name/Class)
    (Norcuron)/Nondepolarizing Skeletal Muscle Relaxant
  52. (Norcuron)/Nondepolarizing Skeletal Muscle Relaxant
    VECUMONIUM (Name/Class)
  53. VECUMONIUM (DES)
    nondepolarizing skeletal muscle
  54. nondepolarizing skeletal muscle
    VECUMONIUM (DES)
  55. VECUMONIUM (IND)
    facilitate endotracheal intubation
  56. facilitate endotracheal intubation
    VECUMONIUM (IND)
  57. VECUMONIUM (CI)
    none given
  58. VECUMONIUM (PC)
    • 1) severe obesity
    • 2) myasthenia gravis
    • 3) malignant hyperthermia
  59. 1) severe obesity
    2) myasthenia gravis
    3) malignant hyperthermia
    VECUMONIUM (PC)
  60. VECUMONIUM (DOSE)
    0.08-0.1mg/kg IV Ped: same as adult
  61. 0.08-0.1mg/kg IV Ped: same as adult
    VECUMONIUM (DOSE)

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