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  1. OXYTOCIN (NAME/CLASS)
    Pitocin/hormone
  2. Pitocin/hormone
    OXYTOCIN (NAME/CLASS)
  3. OXYTOCIN (DES)
    naturally occurring hormone that causes uterus to contract, thereby inducing labor, encouraging delivery of the placenta, and controlling postpartum hemorrhage.
  4. naturally occurring hormone that causes uterus to contract, thereby inducing labor, encouraging delivery of the placenta, and controlling postpartum hemorrhage.
    OXYTOCIN (DES)
  5. OXYTOCIN (IND)
    severe postpartum hemorrhage
  6. severe postpartum hemorrhage
    OXYTOCIN (IND)
  7. OXYTOCIN (CI)
    hypersensitivity, prehospital admin before delivery of infant or infants.
  8. hypersensitivity, prehospital admin before delivery of infant or infants.
    OXYTOCIN (CI)
  9. OXYTOCIN (PC)
    before delivery may induce uterine rupture and fetal dysrhythmias, hypertension, intracranial bleeding, or asphyxia. uterine tone, ECG, and vital signs should be monitored during administration.
  10. before delivery may induce uterine rupture and fetal dysrhythmias, hypertension, intracranial bleeding, or asphyxia. uterine tone, ECG, and vital signs should be monitored during administration.
    OXYTOCIN (PC)
  11. OXYTOCIN (DOSE)
    3-10 units IM after delivery of placenta. 10-20 units in 1,000 mL of D5W or NS IV titrated to effect.
  12. 3-10 units IM after delivery of placenta. 10-20 units in 1,000 mL of D5W or NS IV titrated to effect.
    OXYTOCIN (DOSE)
  13. PROCHLORPERAZINE (NAME/CLASS)
    Compazine/antiemetic
  14. Compazine/antiemetic
    PROCHLORPERAZINE (NAME/CLASS)
  15. PROCHLORPERAZINE (IND)
    severe nausea and vomiting or acute psychosis
  16. severe nausea and vomiting or acute psychosis
    PROCHLORPERAZINE (IND)
  17. RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE (NAME/CLASS)
    microNefrin, Vaponefrin/sympathomimetic agonist
  18. microNefrin, Vaponefrin/sympathomimetic agonist
    RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE (NAME/CLASS)
  19. RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE (DES)
    variation of epinephrine used only for inhalation to induce bronchodilation and reduce laryngeal edema and mucus secretion.
  20. variation of epinephrine used only for inhalation to induce bronchodilation and reduce laryngeal edema and mucus secretion.
    RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE (DES)
  21. RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE (IND)
    croup (laryngotracheobronchitis)
  22. croup (laryngotracheobronchitis)
    RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE (IND)
  23. RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE (CI)
    hypersensitivity, hypertension, or epiglottitis
  24. hypersensitivity, hypertension, or epiglottitis
    RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE (CI)
  25. RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE (PC)
    may result in tachycardia and other dysrhythmias. vital signs and ECG should be monitored.
  26. may result in tachycardia and other dysrhythmias. vital signs and ECG should be monitored.
    RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE (PC)
  27. RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE (DOSE)
    0.25-0.5 mcg in 3 mL NS once by nebulizer. Ped: same
  28. 0.25-0.5 mcg in 3 mL NS once by nebulizer. Ped: same
    RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE (DOSE)
  29. which of this weeks drugs have dysrhythmias as a common PC?
    OXYTOCIN and RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE
  30. what PC do OXYTOCIN and RACEMIC EPINEPHRINE have in common?
    dysrhythmias

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