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Sodium
135-145 mEq/L
Potassium
3.5-5.5 mEq/L
Calcium
9.3-10.9 mg/dl
Chloride
95-105 mEq/L
Magnesium
1.5-2.5 mEq/L
Toxic Level Of Magnesium
4.8-9.6 mEq/L
Phosphorus
2.5-4.5 mEq/L
Normal RBC Level
4.5-5.0 million
Normal WBC Level
5000-10000
Normal HCO3 level
24-26
Normal CO2
35-45
PaO2
80%-100%
SaO2
>95%
Normal Glucose Level
70-110 mg
BUN
7-22 mg/dl
Protein
6.2-8.1
Theraputic drug level of digoxin
0.5-2.0
Lithium
0.8-1.5
Dilantin
10-20
FHR
120-160BPM
Amount of amniotic fluid
500-1200ml
What does apgar stand for
A=apperance, P=pulses, G=grimice, A=activity, R=reflexes
How is apgar score counted
0 for absent, 1 for decreased, 2 for strong
What is FAB9 and when should it be started?
Folic acid= B9 (B for Brain decreases neural tube defects)Should begin 3 months prior to pregnancy
2 anti coagulants
Coumadin, Heparin
Antidote to coumadin
Vita K
Antidote to heparin
protamine sulfate
Rule of 9's
Head=9, Arms=9/e, Back=18, Legs=18/e, Genitalia=1
Antacids
Reduce Hydrochloric acid in stomach
Antianemics
Increase red blood cells
Anticholenergics
Decrease oral secreations
Anticoagulants
Prevent clot formation
Anticonvulsants
Used for managment of seizures and bipolar disorder
Antidiarrheals
Decrease gastic mobility and reduce water in bowel
Antihistamines
Block release of hitamine
Antihypertensive
Lower blood pressure
Anti-Infectives
Used for treatment of infections
Brochodilators
Dilate Large ari passages in asthma/lung disease
Diuretics
Decrease water/sodium from loop of henley
Laxatives
Promote passage of stool
Miotics
Constrict pupils
Mydriatics
Dilate the pupils
Narcotics/Analgesics
Relieve Moderate to severe pain
Jehovahs witness
No Blood products
Jewish
No pork