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Emergency Medicine Pack

Emergency Medicine Pack

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Advanced Emergency Medications

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  • Indications for Ondansetron

    Nausea, Vomiting

  • Ondansetron is also known as:

    Zuplenz

  • Ondansetron is also known as:

    Zofran

  • The adult dose of Zofran is between what and what?

    4 - 8 mg

  • What is the pediatric dose of Zuplenz?

    0.15 mg/kg

  • Ambien is also known as:

    Zolpidem Tartrate

  • Zolpidem Tartrate is also known as:

    Ambien

  • Indications for Zolpidem Tartrate

    Insomnia

  • The adult dose of Ambien is between what and what?

    5 - 10 mg/daily

  • What is the pediatric dose of Zolpidem Tartrate?

    Not Indicated

  • The total daily dose of Ambien should not exceed:

    10 mg/day

  • Zantac is also known as:

    Ranitidine

  • Ranitidine is also known as:

    Zantac

  • Indications for Zantac:

    Gastric Ulcers

  • Indications for Ranitidine:

    Gastrointestinal Reflux (GERD)

  • What classification of medication is Zantac?

    H2 Antagonist

  • What classification of medication is Ondansetron?

    Antiemetic

  • What classification of medication is Ambien?

    Sedative / Hypnotic

  • What classification of medication is Lidocaine?

    Antiarrhythmic

  • Indications for Xylocaine:

    Ventricular Tachycardia

  • Indications for Lidocaine:

    Fibrillation refractory to Amiodarone

  • The initial adult dose of Xylocaine is between what and what?

    1 - 1.5 mg/kg

  • What is the pediatric dose of Lidocaine?

    1 mg/kg

  • Xanax is also known as:

    Alprazolam

  • Alprazolam is also known as:

    Xanax

  • What classification of medication is Alprazolam?

    Antidepressant

  • Indications for Xanax:

    Anxiety

  • Indications for Alprazolam:

    Panic Disorder

  • The adult dose of Alprazolam is between what and what?

    0.25 - 3 mg TID

  • What is the pediatric dose of Xanax?

    Not Indicated

  • What classification of medication is Alprazolam?

    Benzodiazepine

  • What classification of medication is Hydrocodone?

    Narcotic Anelgesic

  • Hydrocodone is also known as:

    Vicodin

  • Vicodin is also known as:

    Hydrocodone

  • Indications for Hydrocodone:

    Pain

  • Indications for Vicodin:

    Pain

  • One Vicodin contains:

    5 mg Hydrocodone / 300 mg Acetaminophen

  • What is the pediatric dose of Hydrocodone?

    Not Indicated

  • What classification of medication is Versed?

    Benzodiazepine

  • Versed is also known as:

    Midazolam

  • Midazolam is also known as:

    Versed

  • Indications for Versed:

    Cardioversion

  • Indications for Midazolam:

    Anxiety

  • The adult dosage of Versed is between what and what?

    1 - 2.5 mg

  • What is the pediatric dose of Midazolam?

    0.03 mg/kg

  • What classification of medication is Vecuronium Bromide?

    Neuromuscular-Blocking Agent

  • Indications for Vecuronium Bromide:

    To achieve paralysis

  • The adult dose of Vecuronium Bromide is between what and what?

    0.08 - 0.1 mg/kg

  • What is the pediatric dose of Vecuronium Bromide?

    0.1 mg/kg

  • How long do the effects of Vecuronium Bromide last?

    30 minutes

  • Vasopressin is also known as:

    Pitressin

  • Pitressin is also known as:

    Vasopressin

  • What classification of medication is Pitressin?

    Vasoconstrictor

  • What classification of medication is Vasopressin?

    Hormone

  • Indications for Pitressin:

    Cardiac Arrest

  • What is the adult dosage of Vasopressin?

    40 units

  • What is the pediatric dosage of Pitressin?

    Not Indicated