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Name a drug that can cause Hypokalemia
Hydrochlorothiazide (X)
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Dyenium*Procainamide*Nitroglycerin
Bone Marrow Depression can Occur with with Drug.
Zyloprim (X)

Lanoxin*Robitussin DM*Theophyyline
A headache can occur from which drug.
Nitroglycerin (X)
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Lasix*Diphenhydramine*Dextromethorphan
Significant lowering of blood pressure or shock can occur with which drug.
Lasix (X)
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Alupent*Dextromethorphan*Trimterene
A medication that prevents angina is.
Diltiazem (X)
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Pronestyl*Digoxin*Metaproterenol
What is the therapeutic drug level for Theophylline.
10-20 (X)
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3.5-5*135-145*150000 - 450000
What is a medication that reduces congestive heart failure?
Furosemide (X)
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Alupent*Aminophylline*Allopurinol
Name a medication that is used to increase the force of ventricular contraction.
Digoxin (X)
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Procainamide*Benadryl*Cardizem
Name a medication that is used to suppress electrical impulses in the atria and the ventricles fo the heart.
Procainamide (X)
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Nitrostat*Alupent*Aminophylline
What medication can be used for a patient with an irritating non-productive cough?
Dextromethorphan (X)
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Lanoxin*HydroDiuril*Nitroglycerin
Give an example of a thiazide drug.
HydroDiuril (X)
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Dyrenium*Digoxin*NTG
What is an example of a potassium sparing diuretic
Trimterene (X)
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Robitussin DM*Alupent*Lanoxin
Give an example of an andrenergic bronchodilator medication.
Metaproterenol (X)
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Benadryl*Lanoxin*Nitrostat
Give an example of an Anti-Gout Medication.
Allopurinol (X)
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Pronestyl*Cardizem*HCTZ
Give an example of an antianginal drug that can not be given sublingually.
Diltiazem (X)
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Lasix*TheoDur*Nitroglycerin
Give an example of an antihistamine medication.
Diphenhydramine (X)
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Digoxin*Mextromethorphan*Diltiazem
This drug is contraindicated in atriventricular heart block because of its adverse affects.
Lanoxin (X)
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Theophylline*Metaproterenol*Dextromethorphan
Name a sympatholytic drug.
Metoprolol(x)
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Digoxin*Benedryl*Lasix
Name a drug that can be used as an immediate diuresis.
Furosemide (X)
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HCTZ*Nitroglycerin*Metaproterenol
Name a drug that reduces myocardial demand for oxygen and decreased preload to the heart.
Nitroglycerin (X)
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Digoxin*Procainamide*Pronestyl
What is the Generic Name for Dyrenium?
What kind of drug is it?
Triamterene
It is a Potassium-Sparing Diuretic.
What is a Trade Name for Triamterene?
What is its therapeutic effect?
Dyrenium
Treats fluid retention associated with CHF to promote sodium and water excretion and potassium retention at the distal renal tubules.
What is the Generic Name for Procan?
What kind of drug is it?
Procainamide HCl
It is a fast sodium channel blocker I.
What is a Trade Name for procainamide HCl?
What is its therapeutic effect?
Procan
Procainamide ( proe-KANE-a-mide) is used to correct irregular heartbeats to a normal rhythm and to slow an overactive heart. This allows the heart to work more efficiently.
What are some contraindications to Procainamide / Procan?
Heart Block/cardiogenic shock/blood dyscrasias.
What is another name for Benadryl?
Diphenhydramine
This drug can be used to treat gout.
Allopurinol.
This drug is contraindicated in clients with COPD because it suppresses a productive cough.
Dextromethorphan.
Diphenhydramine can cause....
Urinary Retention.
This Brand Name drug can be used to treat Kidney Stones.
Zyloprim.
This can be used for tempoary suppression of a non-productive cough.
Dextromethorphan.
May be used as an antitussive and to relieve rhinitis.
Diphenhydramine
Used to prevent urinary calculi caused by uric acid.
Allopurinol
This drug is also in Robitussin DM.
Dextromethorphan.
Used as a sleep aid.
Diphenhydramine
Use this drug with caution in severe renal or hepatic disease.
Allopurinol
Do not give this drug to patients taking MAO inhibitor medicaitons.
Ddextromethorphan or Diphenhydramine?
Use this drug with caution in patients with urinary retention.
Diphenhydramine.
Do not use with someone having a productive cough.
Dextromethorphan.
Use with caution in benign prostrate hypertrophy.
Diphenhydramine
May cause urinary retention.
Diphenhydramine.
Does not cause drowsiness.
Allopurinol.
Can cause stomatitis or rash.
Allopurinol?
This diaretic can cause a metalic taste.
Allopurinol
Can cause photosensitivity.
Diphenhydramine.
This diaretic can cause leukopenia.
Allipurinol.
Can cause haluconations at high doces.
Dextromethorphan.
This drug has no know life-threatening adverse effects.
Dextromethorphan?
This drug can be given sublingually to relieve angina.
Nitroglycerin.
Cardizem is a trade name for what generic drug?
Diltiazem.
These three drugs are contraindicated in Heart Block.
Diltiazem, Nitroglycerin, Procainamide.
Used sublingually to relieve anginal chest pain.
nitroglycerin (Nitrostat)
A drug that slows AV node conduction and reduces myocardial contractility.
diltiazem (Cardizem)
A drug that slows AV node conduction, increases myocardial contractility, and decreases conduction of cardiac cells.
digoxin (Lanoxin)
A methylxanthine used in asthma and COPD.
theophylline (Theodur)
Used in ventricular dysrhythmias, such as premature ventricular contractions.
procainamide (Procanbid)
A beta 2 adrenergic drug that causes hyperglycemia.
metoproterenol (Alupent)
An antianginal drug that can cause heartburn.
diltiazem (Cardizem)
A bronchodilator that can cause gastic pain.
theophylline (Theodur)
Can cause yellow-green halos.
digoxin (Lanoxin)
Can cause a sore throat.
diltiazem (Cardizem)
Can cause paradoxical bronchoconstriction.
metaproterenol (Alupent)
This can cause seizures.
theophylline (Theodur)?
Can cause a pleural effusion.
procainamide (Procanbid)
Can cause blurred vision.
digoxin (Lanoxin)
Therapeutic serum level is 10-20 mcg/ml.
theophylline (Theodur)
Contraindicated in hypokalemia.
digoxin (Lanoxin)
Avoid taking caffeine with this drug.
theophylline (Theodur)
Use caution with this drug in clients with narrow angle glaucoma.
metaproterenol (Alupent)
Avoid in clients with increased intracranial pressure.
nitroglycerin (Nitrostat)
Use caution in clients taking beta blockers or digoxin.
diltiazem (Cardizem)
An example of a potasium wasting diuretic is...
Furosemide.
An example of a potasium sparing diuretic is...
Triamterene.
If a client is taking HCTZ and Digoxin, what is an essential drug to prevent digitalis toxicity?
Potassium.
This diuretic can be given IV.
Lasix.
This drug can cause yellow green halos. Think about a green and yellow plant.
Digoxin
These are often overused leading to tolerence and other complications.
MDI Metered Dose Inhalers
What is the Trade Name for Lanoxin?
Digoxin
What is the Trade Name for Metaproterenol?
Alupent
What is the generic name for Digoxin?
Lanoxin.
What is the Generic name for Alupent?
Metaproterenol.
Give three trade names for Theophylline.
TheoDur
Uniphyl
Aminophylline (IV) Not used any longer
What is a Fast Sodium Channel Blocker?
Procanamide.
What is a Calcium Chanel Blocker?
Diltiazem
This is a loop diuretic.
Ferosemide
This is a thiazide Diuretic.
Hydrocholorthiazide HCTZ
Give the name of a Cardiac Glycoside
Digoxin
Antitussive.
Dextromathoraphan
Antihistamine
Dyphenhydramine / Benedryl
AntiGout
Allopurinol
What is Zyloprims generic name?
Allopurinol
Give an example of a Calcium Sparing Diurtic.
Trimterene