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H2-Receptor Antagoinists (FIRST-LINE agents)
a)dosage
H2-Receptor Antagoinists (FIRST-LINE agents)
a)dosage:
1. cimetidine: IV/PO
2. ranitidine: IV/PO
3. famotidine: IV/PO
*dosing for renal function impairment
Antacid Titration
a)initial dosing
Antacid Titration
a)initial dosing: 30-60ml Q1h followed by Q3hr dosing
Antacid Titration
b)administration
Antacid Titration
b)administration: BOLUS doses; CONTINUOUS infusion
Antacid Titration
c)advantages
Antacid Titration
c)advantages: rapid onset of action; precise control of intragastric PH; effective; less expensive
Antacid Titration
d)disadvantages
Antacid Titration
d)disadvantages: frequent administration (may require NG tube); risk of aspiration; large doses; labor intensive monitoring; adverse effects