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• Protocol: Per specific agency
• Indicated for control of
hypertension
• Use with caution in patients using
diruetics (Lasix, HCTZ, etc.)
• 0.625-1.25 mg IV over 5 minutes
ACE Inhibitors
(Vasotec)
• Protocol: Pain Control
Fever
• Indicated for pain and fever control
• Avoid in patients with severe liver
disease
• 1000 mg po
• 10 mg/kg po
Acetaminophen
(Tylenol)
• Protocol: SVT
Vent. Tachycardia
• Specifically for treatment or
diagnosis of SVT
• 6 mg IV push over 1-3 seconds. If
no effect after 1-2 minutes,
• 12 mg IV push over 1-3 seconds.
Repeat once if necessary
• (use stopcock and 20 ml NS
flush with each dose)
Adenosine
• Protocol: Bites
Burns
Extremity Trauma
• Immunization for Tetanus and
Diptheria
• Booster required if greater than 5
years since previous immunization
• 0.5 cc IM
Adult Diptheria-
Tetanus Toxoid
• Protocol: Drowning
Resp. Distress
Ped. Resp. Distress
• B-Agonist nebulized treatment for
use in respiratory distress with
bronchospasm
• 2.5-5.0 mg (3cc) in nebulizer
continuously x 3 doses, if no history
of cardiac disease and Heart Rate
< 150.
• 2.5mg (3cc) in nebulizer continuously
x 3 doses, if no history of cardiac
disease and Heart Rate < 200.
Version: 2005 Drug List A
2
Albuterol
• Protocol: Per specific agency
• Medication used to treat respiratory
distress
• Per Medical Control • Per Medical Control
Aminophylline
• Protocol: Ventricular Fibrillation
Vent. Tachycardia
• Antiarrhythmic used in ventricular
Fibrillation.
• Avoid in patients with heart block or
profound bradycardia.
V-fib / pulseless V-tach
• 300 mg IV push
• Repeat dose of 150 mg IV push
for recurrent episodes
V-tach with a pulse
• 150 mg in 100cc D5W over 10 min
V-fib / pulseless V-tach
• 5 mg/kg IV push over 5 minutes for
SVT
V-tach with a pulse
• 5 mg/kg IV push over 5 minutes • Avoid in Broselow Pink
Amiodarone
Protocol: Per specific agency
• Per specific antibiotic agent
• Per specific antibiotic agent
Antibiotics
• Protocol: Abdominal Pain
Vomiting and Diarrhea
• 25 mg IM or IV
• (If > 60 yrs. old dose 12.5 mg IV)
Antiemetic
(Promethazine/
Phenergan)
• Protocol: Chest Pain
• An antiplatelet drug for use in
cardiac chest pain
• 81 mg chewable (baby) Aspirin
Give 4 tablets to equal usual adult
Aspirin
• Protocol: Asystole
Bradycardia
PEA
Overdose
Ped. Bradycardia
• Anticholinergic drug used in
bradycardias or asystole.
• (For Endotracheal Tube use of this
drug, double the dose)
• In Organophosphate toxicity, large
doses may be required (>10 mg)
Asystole
• 1 mg IV. Repeat in 3 - 5 minutes
up to 3 mg.
Bradycardia
• 0.5 - 1.0 mg IV every 3 – 5 minutes
up to 3 mg.
(If endotracheal -- max 6mg)
Organophosphate
• 1-2 mg IM or IV otherwise as per
medical control
Asystole
• 0.02 mg/kg IV, IO
• (Min 0.1 mg) per dose
• (Max 0.5 mg) per dose
• May repeat in 3 - 5 minutes
Bradycardia
• As Asystole
Organophosphate
• dose as per medical control
Version: 2005 Drug List A
3
Atropine
• Protocol: Per specific agency
• Medication used for rate control in
the setting of atrial fibrillation with
rapid ventricular response and in
the setting of presumed myocardial
ischemia
• 5 mg IV over 1 minute. Repeat in 5
minutes up to 15 mg
Beta-Blockers
(Metoprolol)
• Protocol: Per specific agency
• Antidysrhthmic, used in the setting
of refractory ventricular
dysrhythmias (2nd line)
• 5-10mg/kg IV/IM. May repeat to a
maximum of 30 mg/kg
• Infusion rate 1-2 mg/minute if bolus
is successful
• 5-10mg/kg IV/IM. May repeat to a
maximum of 30 mg/kg
• Infusion rate 1-2 mg/minute if bolus
is successful
Bretylium
• Protocol: SVT
Per specific agency
• Calcium channel blocker used to
treat narrow complex SVT
• 0.25 mg/kg IV over 2 minutes
Calcium Channel
Blocker (Diltiazem)
• Protocol: PEA
Vent. Fibrillation
• Indicated for severe hyperkalemia
• One amp (10 ml) or 1 gm IV
• Avoid use if pt is taking digoxin
• 20 mg/kg IV or IO slowly
Calcium Chloride
• Protocol: Per specific agency
• Medication used to treat respiratory
distress
• Per Medical Control • Per Medical Control
Aminophylline
• Protocol: Ventricular Fibrillation
Vent. Tachycardia
• Antiarrhythmic used in ventricular
Fibrillation.
• Avoid in patients with heart block or
profound bradycardia.
V-fib / pulseless V-tach
• 300 mg IV push
• Repeat dose of 150 mg IV push
for recurrent episodes
V-tach with a pulse
• 150 mg in 100cc D5W over 10 min
V-fib / pulseless V-tach
• 5 mg/kg IV push over 5 minutes for
SVT
V-tach with a pulse
• 5 mg/kg IV push over 5 minutes • Avoid in Broselow Pink
Amiodarone
Protocol: Per specific agency
• Per specific antibiotic agent
• Per specific antibiotic agent
Antibiotics
• Protocol: Abdominal Pain
Vomiting and Diarrhea
• 25 mg IM or IV
• (If > 60 yrs. old dose 12.5 mg IV)
Antiemetic
(Promethazine/
Phenergan)
• Protocol: Chest Pain
• An antiplatelet drug for use in
cardiac chest pain
• 81 mg chewable (baby) Aspirin
Give 4 tablets to equal usual adult
Aspirin