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What is a histamine antagonist?
Reduction of acidic gastric secretions in case aspiration occurs either silently or with vomiting
What is an alkalinizing agent?
Prevention of an asthmalike attack, pneumonitis, pulmonary edema, severe hypoxia
Why are antibiotics given?
Prevention pf Post op infection
What antibiotics are given for post op?
Cefazolin (ancef)
Cefoxitin (Cefotan)
Ampicillin (omnipen)
What histamine antagonists are given?
Tagamet - Cimetidine
Pepsid - Famotidine
Zantac - rantidine
Bictra - sodium citrate and citric acid