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Crainial nerve I
Olfactory
Crainial nerve I type
Sensory
Crainial N. II
Optic
Crainial N. II type
Sensory
Crainial N. III
oculomotor
Crainial N. III type
Motor
Crainial N. IV
Trochilear
Crainial N. IV type
Motor
Crainial nerve V
trigeminial
Crainial Nerve V type
Sensory & motor
Crainial N. VI
Abducens
Crainial N VI type
motor
crainial nerve VII
Facial
crainial nerve VII type
sensory & motor
crainial nerve VIII
acustic
crainial nerve VIII type
sensory
crainial nerve IX
glossopharyngeal
crainial nerve IX type
sensory & motor
Crainial nerve X
vagus
crainial nerve X type
sensory & motor
crainial nerve XI
spinal accessory
crainial nerve XI type
motor
crainial nerve XII
hypoglossal
crainial nerve XII type
motor
hyponatremia s/s
fatigue, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, weakness, hypotension, cool clammy skin
hypernatremia s/s
thirst, dry sticky mucous membranes, dry tongue and skin, increased temp
hypokalemia s/s
weakness, fatigue, anorexia, abcominal distension. cardiac arrhythmias
hyperkalemia s/s
cardiac arrhymias, anxiety, increased bowel sounds, abdominal cramps
hypocalcemia s/s
abdominal cramps, tingling, muscle spasm, convulsions.
hypercalcemia s/s
bone pain, nausea, vomiting, constipation
Quinapril
ACE inhibitor
Captopril
ACE inhibitor
Lorazepam
antianxiety
Clonazepam
antianxiety
Clordiaepoxide (Librium)
antianxiety
diazepam (valume)
antianxiety
Cefazolin
antibiotic
Cefaclor
antibiotic
neomycin
antibiotic
Cefixime
antibiotic
Clomparmine
antidepressant
Divalproex sodium (depakote)
anticonvulsant
phentoin sodium (dilantin)
anticonvulsant
clonazepam (klonopin)
anticonvulsant
phenobarbital
anticonvulsant
cabamazepine (tegretol)
anticonvulsant
Venlafaxine
antidepressant
venlafaxine (effexor)
antidepressant
amitiptyline (elavil)
antidepressant
desipramine (norpramin)
antidepressant
doxepin (sinequan)
antidepressant
Fexofenadine (allegra)
antihistamine
lratadine (claritin)
antihistamine
cetirizine (zyrtec)
antihistamine
methyldopa
antihypertensives
hydralazine
antihypertensives
clonidine (catapres)
antihypertensives
Terazosin (hytrin)
antihypertensives
minoxidil (loiten)
antihypertensives
Almotriptan melate
antimigraine (triptan)
Sumatriptan (imitrex)
antimigraine (triptan)
zidovudine (retrovir)
antivirals
oseltaminvir (tamiflu)
antivirals
valacyclovir (valtrex)
antivirals
zafirluast (accolate)
brochodilator
flunisolide (areobid)
brochodilator
Diltiazem (cardizem)
Ca+ ch. blockers
amlodipine besylate (norvasc)
Ca+ ch. blockers
felodipine (plendil)
Ca+ ch. blockers
bepridil (vascor)
Ca+ ch. blockers
Digoxin
Cardiac glycoside (tx for CHF, arrhythmias)
Inamrinone
Cardiac glycoside (tx for CHF, arrhythmias)
Milrinone (primacor)
Cardiac glycoside (tx for CHF, arrhythmias)
Methylprenisolone (solu-medrol)
steroid
Chlorothiazide (diuril)
diuretic
Nizatidine (axid)
H2 antagonist
famotidine (pepcid)
H2 antagonist
propoxyphene (darvon)
opioid analgesic
meperidine (demerol)
opioid analgesic
fluazepam (dalmane)
sedative
triazolam (halcion)
sedative
temazepam (restoril)
sedative
Regular insulin: onset/duration
2-4/4-12
NPH insulin onset/duration
8-12/26-36
Lantus insulin onset/duration
n/a / 30hours
Ultralente insulin onset/duration
10-30/ >36 hours
glucose: normal Lab, blood, adult
70-105
Total protein: normal lab, blood
6.4-8.3
albumin: normal lab, blood
3.5-5.0
BUN: normal lab, blood, adult
10-20
Ca++: normal lab, blood
9-11
AST/SGOT: normal lab, blood
0-35
Sodium: normal lab, blood
136-145
Potassium: normal lab, blood
3.5-5.0
Cloride: normal lab, blood
98-106
Magnesium: normal lab, blood
1.3-2.1
Creatinine: normal lab, blood
0.5-1.2
WBC count: normal lab, blood
5000-10,000
RBC count: normal lab, blood
4.7-6.1 male; 4.2-5.4 female
HCT: normal lab, blood
42-52% male; 37-47% female
Blood gas = normal range: pH; PCO2; PO2; HCO2
pH 7.35-7.45; PCO2 35-45; PO2 75-100; HCO2 21-28
CPK level
Male 55-170
female 30-135
CPK-MB normal level
Zero %
Myoglobin level
<90
Normal ranges: PT, INR, PTT
PT 10-14sec,
INR 2-3.5,
PTT 60-70 sec
platlette count normal range
150,000-400,000
Lipid panel: total cholesterol; HDL's; LDL's; VLDL's; triglycerides
total cholesterol<200; HDL's male <45, female <55; LDL's 60-180; VLDL's 25-50%; triglycerides male 40-160, female 35-135
T4; TSH levels
T4 5-12
TSH 0.3-5.4
Therapeutic level: Tegertol
5-12
Therapeutic level: Digoxin
0.8-2.4
Therapeutic level: dilantin
10-20
Therapeutic level: Phenobarbital
15-40
Normal EKG: PR interval; QRS; elevated/depressed T wave
PRI .12-0.20; QRS 0.06-0.12; infarction/ischemia
ALS Rx: adenosine
symptomatic SVT
ALS Rx: Alteplase (tPA)
fibrinolytic (MI)
ALS Rx: Amiodarone
persistent or recurrent VF or pulseless VT
ALS Rx: Dobutamine
short-term management of cardiac decmensation resulting form depressed contractility
ALS Rx: dopamine
Hypotension (not hypovolemia)
ALS Rx: Epinephrine
Cardiac Arrest, anaphylaxiz, bradycardia
ALS Rx: Isoproterenol
heart block, ventricular dysrhythmias,
ALS Rx: Magnesium
Torsades de pointes, or when dysrhymia caused by hypomagnesium
ALS Rx: Nitriglycerine
Ischmic chest pain, improves coronary perfusion.
ALS Rx: Norepinephrine
Short term use for hypotension or shock
ALS Rx: Procainamide
Recurrent VF, VT, PVC
Propranolol
Hontrol of hypetension and suppression of rapid rate cardiac dysrhythimias.
Reteplase
Fibrinolytic; tx of acute MI
streptokinase
fibrinolytic, acute MI
Vasopressin
alt. to epinephrine for VF or pulseless VT, shorterm use for hypotension or shock
Verapamil
SVT or atrial flutter/fib.