test15 july18 medic_drugs detail medic12.txt

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  1. TEST 15 MEDIC DRUGS
    • 1)DEXAMETHASONE
    • 2)KETOROLAC
    • 3)MANNITOL
    • 4)GLUCAGON
  2. TEST 15 MEDIC DRUGS CLASSES
    • 1)steroid
    • 2) nonsteroidal antiinflammatory
    • 3)(NSAID)
    • 4)osmotic diuretic
    • 5)hormone
    • 6)anti-hypoglycemic
  3. DEXAMETHASONE (NAME/CLASS)
    Decadron/steroid
  4. Decadron/steroid
    DEXAMETHASONE (NAME/CLASS)
  5. DEXAMETHASONE (DES)
    long-acting synthetic adrenocorticoid w/ intense anti-inflammatory activity. prevents accumulation of inflammation generating cells at sites of infection or injury.
  6. long-acting synthetic adrenocorticoid w/ intense anti-inflammatory activity. prevents accumulation of inflammation generating cells at sites of infection or injury.
    DEXAMETHASONE (DES)
  7. DEXAMETHASONE (IND)
    • 1)anaphylaxis
    • 2)asthma
    • 2)COPD
    • 4)spinal cord edema
  8. 1)anaphylaxis
    2)asthma
    2)COPD
    4)spinal cord edema
    DEXAMETHASONE (IND)
  9. DEXAMETHASONE (CI)
    none in the emergency setting
  10. DEXAMETHASONE (PC)
    • 1)herpes simplex
    • 2)keratitis
    • 3)myasthenia gravis
    • 4)hepatic or renal impairment
    • 5)diabetes
    • 6)CHF
    • 7)seizures
    • 8)psychic disorders
    • 9)hypothyroidism
    • 10)GI ulceration
  11. 1)herpes simplex
    2)keratitis
    3)myasthenia gravis
    4)hepatic or renal impairment
    5)diabetes
    6)CHF
    7)seizures
    8)psychic disorders
    9)hypothyroidism
    10)GI ulceration
    DEXAMETHASONE (PC)
  12. DEXAMETHASONE (DOSE)
    4-24 mg IV/IM Ped: 0.5-1.0 mg/kg
  13. 4-24 mg IV/IM Ped: 0.5-1.0 mg/kg
    DEXAMETHASONE (DOSE)
  14. KETOROLAC (NAME/CLASS)
    Toradol/nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug (NSAID)
  15. Toradol/nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug (NSAID)
    KETOROLAC (NAME/CLASS)
  16. KETOROLAC (DES)
    injectable NSAID that exhibits analgesic, antiinflammatory, and antipyretic properties w/out sedative effects.
  17. injectable NSAID that exhibits analgesic, antiinflammatory, and antipyretic properties w/out sedative effects.
    KETOROLAC (DES)
  18. KETOROLAC (IND)
    mild or moderate pain
  19. mild or moderate pain
    KETOROLAC (IND)
  20. KETOROLAC (CI)
    n/a
  21. KETOROLAC (PC)
    n/a
  22. KETOROLAC (DOSE)
    n/a
  23. MANNITOL (NAME/CLASS)
    Osmitrol/osmotic diuretic
  24. Osmitrol/osmotic diuretic
    MANNITOL (NAME/CLASS)
  25. MANNITOL (DES)
    osmotic diuretic that draws water into the intravascular space through its hypertonic effects, then causes diuresis.
  26. osmotic diuretic that draws water into the intravascular space through its hypertonic effects, then causes diuresis.
    MANNITOL (DES)
  27. MANNITOL (IND)
    cerebral edema
  28. cerebral edema
    MANNITOL (IND)
  29. MANNITOL (CI)
    n/a
  30. MANNITOL (PC)
    n/a
  31. MANNITOL (DOSE)
    1.5-2.0 g/kg slow IV Ped: 0.25-0.5 g/kg over 60 min
  32. GLUCAGON (NAME/CLASS)
    GlucaGen/hormone, anti-hypoglycemic
  33. GlucaGen/hormone, anti-hypoglycemic
    GLUCAGON (NAME/CLASS)
  34. GLUCAGON (DES)
    protein secreted by pancreatic cells that causes a breakdown of stored glycogen into glucose
  35. protein secreted by pancreatic cells that causes a breakdown of stored glycogen into glucose
    GLUCAGON (DES)
  36. GLUCAGON (IND)
    hypoglycemia w/out IV access & to reverse beta-blocker overdose
  37. hypoglycemia w/out IV access & to reverse beta-blocker overdose
    GLUCAGON (IND)
  38. GLUCAGON (PC)
    effective only if there are sufficient stores of glycogen in the liver
  39. effective only if there are sufficient stores of glycogen in the liver
    GLUCAGON (PC)
  40. GLUCAGON (DOSE)
    • HYPOGLYCEMIA: 1 mg IM/SC repeat 5-20 min Ped: 0.1 mg/kg 1 m/SC/IV child < 10kg; 1 mg/kg 1 m/SC/IV for child > 10 kg
    • BETA-BLOCKER OD / CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKER OD: 3mg IV over 1 min Ped: 50-150 mcg/kg IV over 1 min
  41. HYPOGLYCEMIA: 1 mg IM/SC repeat 5-20 min Ped: 0.1 mg/kg 1 m/SC/IV child < 10kg; 1 mg/kg 1 m/SC/IV for child > 10 kg
    BETA-BLOCKER OD / CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKER OD: 3mg IV over 1 min Ped: 50-150 mcg/kg IV over 1 min
    GLUCAGON (DOSE)

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