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Narcolepsy:
amphetamine
Narcolepsy:
phenelzine
Appetite supressant:
amphetamine
ADD:
amphetamine
Migraine:
propranolol (prevent migraine occurrence but not once it starts)
Migraine:
timolol
Migraine:
sumatriptan
Motion sickness/vestibular disease
scopolamine
Nicotine withdrawl:
nicotine
Visual hallucinations:
lysergic acid diethylamide
Anxiety:
buspirone
Affective disorders:
fluoxetine
OCD:
fluoxetine
Panic attacks:
fluoxetine
Depression:
phenelzine
CNS effects of anti muscarinic drug poisoning
Physostigmine
Mydriatic (cause dilation of pupil)
epinephrine
Mydriatic - causes this
phenylephrine
Mydriasis - causes this
tropicamide
Mydriasis - causes this
atropine
Cycloplegia:
atropine
Cycloplegia:
tropicamide
Glaucoma:
timolol (wide angle)
Glaucoma - wide and narrow
pilocarpine (wide and narrow)
Glaucoma:
physostigmine (wide)
Glaucoma:
echothiophate
Acute iritis or choroiditis
Atropine
Nasal decongestant
phenylephrine
Nasal decongestant
pseudoephedrine
Rhinorrhea associated with common cold or rhinitis
Ipratropium
Anaphylactic shock:
epinephrine
Cardiac Shock:
dopamine (high dose)
Bradycardia:
epinephrine
Bradycardia:
isoproterenol
Tachycardia:
esmolol (emergency)
Cardiac stress testing:
dobutamine
Hypertension:
methyldopa
Hypertension:
clonidine
Hypertension:
guanadrel
Hypertension:
reserpine
Hypertension:
phentolamine
Hypertension:
prazosin
Hypertension:
CANNOT use tamsulosin - not yet approved
Hypertension:
propranolol
Hypertension:
timolol
Hypertension:
metoprolol
Essential hypertension
labetalol(oral)
Hypertensive emergencies
Labetalol (IV)
Hypotension:
phenylepherine
with anesthetic:
phenylephrine (keeps drug local)
Reynauds
phentolamine
Reynauds
phenoxybenzamine
CHF:
prazosin
CHF:
metropolol
Chronic heart failure:
carvedilol
Acute heart failure:
dobutamine
Arrhythmias:
propranolol
Bradyarrhythmias:
atropine
Bradyarrhythmias:
epinephrine
Bradyarrhythmias:
isoproterenol
Angina:
propranolol
Angina:
Metoprolol
Recurrent MI:
propranolol
Recurrent MI:
metoprolol
Recurrent MI:
carvedilol
Atrial flutter/fibrillation:
esmolol
Asthma:
albuterol
Asthma:
(terbutaline)
Nocturnal and persistent asthma
salmeterol
Asthma (but more effective in COPD)
ipratropium
Asthma (old use)
ephedrine
COPD:
salmeterol
COPD:
ipratropium (less effective in asthma)
Intubation:
rocuronium
Intubation:
succinylcholine
Atony:
bethanechol
Atony:
neostigmine
Peptic ulcers:
atropine (old)
Anti-nausea/vomiting:
ondansetron
IBS (women – diarrhea):
alosetron
Renal failure:
dopamine (low dose)
Benign prostatic hypertrophy:
prazosin
Benign prostatic hypertrophy:
tamsulosin
Over active bladder and incontinence
Oxybutinin
Over active bladder and incontinence
Darifenacin
Myesthenia gravis - dx
edrophonium (Dx)
Myesthenia gravis - tx
neostigmine (Tx)
Paralysis:
sarin
Paralysis (surgical):
rocuronium, atracurium, vecuronium, pancuronium
Muscle spasms:
rocuronium, atracurium, vecuronium, pancuronium
OD of muscarinic antagonist/TCA:
physostigmine
Carcinoid tumor:
cyproheptadine
Pheochromocytoma:
phenoxybenzamine, phentolamine
Pheochromocytoma:
propranolol, timolol
Pheochromocytoma:
αmethyltyrosine
skin allergies = pruritis, urticaria
cyproheptadine
Xerostomia
pilocarpine
Tx pilocarpine or bethanechol toxicity with what drug?
Atropine
Shouldn't be taken with MAO
Tyramine
Why one shouldn't eat fermented foods with MAO?
Tyramine
Tx paralysis caused by competitive neuromuscular blocking drugs
Neostigmine
Drug given with neostigmine when treating paralysis caused by competitive neuromuscular blocking drugs
Glycopyrrolate
Insecticide example
Malathion
Tx AChE inhibitor toxicity
Pralidoxime
Tx AChE inhibitor toxicity
Atropine
Anesthesia (surgery of visceral organs)
Atropine