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What drug class is Morphine Sulfate?
Narcotic
1. Antianginal
2. Narcotic
3. Anticoagulant
4. Antidyrhythmic
What drug class is NTG?
Antianginal
1. Antianginal
2. Narcotic
3. Anticoagulant
4. Antidyrhythmic
What drug class is Heparin?
Anticoagulant
1. Antianginal
2. Narcotic
3. Anticoagulant
4. Antidyrhythmic
What drug class is Propranolol?
Antidysrhythmic
1. Antianginal
2. Narcotic
3. Anticoagulant
4. Antidyrhythmic
What drug class is Atneolol?
Antianginal
1. Antianginal
2. Narcotic
3. Anticoagulant
4. Antidyrhythmic
What drug class is Lasix or furosemide?
You should know this.....it's a diuretic - what type?
Loop Diuretic
Potassium wasting
What type of drug class is Lidocaine?
Antidysrhythmic
1. Antianginal
2. Narcotic
3. Anticoagulant
4. Antidyrhythmic
What drug class is Digoxin (Digitalis)?
Cardiac Glycoside
1. Anticholinergic
2. Cardiac Glycoside
3. Alkalinizing Agent
4. Sympathomimetic
What drug class is Atropine
Anticholinergic
1. Anticholinergic
2. Cardiac Glycoside
3. Alkalinizing Agent
4. Sympathomimetic
What drug class is Epinephrine
Sympathomimetic
1. Anticholinergic
2. Cardiac Glycoside
3. Alkalinizing Agent
4. Sympathomimetic
What drug class is Sodium Bicarbonate?
Alkalinizing Agent
1. Anticholinergic
2. Cardiac Glycoside
3. Alkalinizing Agent
4. Sympathomimetic
What drug class is Dopamine?
adrenergic
1. Adrenergic
2. Thrombolytic
3. Antiarrhythmic
4. Lipid lowering agent
What drug class is Streptokinase?
thrombolytic
1. Adrenergic
2. Thrombolytic
3. Antiarrhythmic
4. Lipid lowering agent
What drug class is Reteplase?
thrombolytic
1. Adrenergic
2. Thrombolytic
3. Antiarrhythmic
4. Lipid lowering agent
What drug class is Alteplase (t-PA)
thrombolytic
1. Adrenergic
2. Thrombolytic
3. Antiarrhythmic
4. Lipid lowering agent
What drug class is Amiodarone?
Antiarrhythmic
1. Adrenergic
2. Thrombolytic
3. Antiarrhythmic
4. Lipid lowering agent
What drug class is Lipitor
lipid lowering agent
1. Adrenergic
2. Thrombolytic
3. Antiarrhythmic
4. Lipid lowering agent
What drug class is Zetia
lipid lowering agent
1. Adrenergic
2. Thrombolytic
3. Antiarrhythmic
4. Lipid lowering agent
What drug class is Crestor
lipid lowering agent
1. Adrenergic
2. Thrombolytic
3. Antiarrhythmic
4. Lipid lowering agent
What therapeutic effect does morphine sulfate have?
to relieve sever pain.
1. To relieve severe pain
2. To control angina pectoris
3. To prevent clotting
4. restore norm. heart rhythm
What therapeutic effect does nitroglycerin have?
to control angina pectoris
1. To relieve severe pain
2. To control angina pectoris
3. To prevent clotting
4. restore norm. heart rhythm
What therapeutic effect does Heparin have?
to prevent blood clotting
1. To relieve severe pain
2. To control angina pectoris
3. To prevent clotting
4. restore norm. heart rhythm
What therapeutic effect does
Propranolol have?
to restore cardiac rhythm
1. To relieve severe pain
2. To control angina pectoris
3. To prevent clotting
4. restore norm. heart rhythm
What therapeutic effect does Atenolol have?
to control angina pain
1. To relieve severe pain
2. To control angina pain
3. To prevent clotting
4. restore norm heart rhythm
What therapeutic effect does
Lasix (furosemide) have?
to treat fluid retention or fluid overload
1. To relieve severe pain
2. To control angina pain
3. To relieve fluid overload
4. Restore norm heart rhythm
What therapeutic effect does Digoxin have?
to treat CHF, atrial tachycardia, flutter, or fibrillation.
1. To relieve severe pain
2. To control angina pain
3. Treat chf, atrial flutter
4. Treat atrial tachy, a-fib
What therapeutic effect does Atropine have?
increases heart rate in bradycardia, increases salivary secretions, treats peptic ulcers
1. to relieve sever pain
2. increase heart rate
3. control angina pain
4. prevent clotting
What therapeutic effect does epinephrine have?
allergic/anaphylactic reaction, bronchospasm, and cardiac arrest
1. Control angina pain
2. increase heart rate
3. to treat cardiac arrest
4. to relieve severe pain
What therapeutic effect does sodium bicarbonate?
treat metabolic acidosis that may accompany cardiac arrest
1. control angina pain
2. treat metabolic acidosis
3. increase heart rate
4. to relieve severe pain
What therapeutic effect does dopamine have?
to treat hypotension,increase heart rate,
1. control angina pain
2. increase heart rate
3. relieve sever pain
4. to treat cardiac arrest
What therapeutic effect does Streptokinase have?
dissolve blood clots
1. increase heart rate
2. decrease angina pain
3. decrease fluid overload
4. dissolve blood clots
What therapeutic effect does Retaplase have?
dissolve blood clots
1. increase heart rate
2. decrease angina pain
3. decrease fluid overload
4. dissolve blood clots
What therapeutic effect does T-pa or Alteplase have?
dissolve blood clots
1. increase heart rate
2. decrease angina pain
3. decrease fluid overload
4. dissolve blood clots
What therapeutic effect does Amiodarone have?
suppressess v-tach, suppresses arrhythmias
1. decrease angina pain
2. suppress v-tach
3. decrease fluid overload
4. dissolve blood clots
what therpeutic effect does Lipitor have?
reduces ldl and vldl and increases hdl
1. decreases hdl
2. decreases ldl
3. increases hdl
4. increases ldl
What therapeutic effect does Zetia have?
reduces cholesterol
1. decreases cholesterol
2. decreases angina pain
3. decreases fluid overload
4. dissolves blood clots
Beta Blockers do what?
Decrease bp and hr.
1. Increase Heart Rate
2. Decrease Heart Rate
3. Increase Blood Pressure
What class of drugs
is Beta Blockers?
antianginal
antidysrhythmics
antihypertensive
1. antidysrhythmic
2. antianginal
3. antihypertensive
4. anticoagulant
What does digoxin treat?
dysrhythmias
1. anginal pain
2. dysrhythmias
3. blood pressure
4. blood clotting
what type of sickness does digoxin treat?
chf, a-tach, a-flutter, or a-fib
guess
IV Epinephrine is used for what?
Cardiac arrest
SubCut. Epinephrine is used for what?
Allergic reaction
The rationale for administering thrombolytics within the first 6 hours is?
the blood clot disintegrates if given with 4 - 6 hours of a myocardial infarction
The difference between streptokinase and retaplase
are:
streptokinase - 4 to 12 hours
retaplase - duration is 48
streptokinase may need increased dose
1. strep. - 48 hours
2. retaplase - 4 - 12 hours
3. retaplase - increase dose
4. strept - 4 - 12 hours
What do you monitor for NTG?
dizziness, faint, headache
skin rashes, skin burns
What factors influence digitoxicity?
hypocalcemia
hypomagnesmia
hypokalemia
three deficiencies
What is the heart rate for digoxin?
60
1. 65
2. <60
3. 60 or below
4. 60 or above
Antidote for Digoxin?
digibind
antidote fo morphine
narcan
antidote for heparine
protamine sulfate
Side effects of morphine sulfate?
urinary retention
blurred vision
bradycardia
what is life threatening symptoms of morphine sulfate
respiratory depression
increased inacranial depression
Side effects of morphine NTG
Hypotension
Circulatory collapse
headache
dizziness
Heparin side effects
bleeding
ecchymyosis
side effects propranolol
bradycardia
hypotension
bronchospasm
wheezing
dysrhythmias