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what is the Cytoprotective pharmacologic agent used to protect the G.I. tract?
sucralfate
what is the acid suppression pharmacologic agent used to protect the G.I. tract?
ranitidine
name 2 sedatives for acute sedation:
Versed, propofol
which drug is used for long-term management of anxiety?
Ativan
what is an analgesic used for a hemodynamically stable patient?
morphine
what is an analgesic used for a unstable hemodynamic patient?
fentanyl
where is a chest tube placed for a pneumothorax?
above the third rib;
mid-clavicular line
PPV may cause hepatic and gastrointestinal malfunction, primarily due to decreased ______ of the ______.
perfusion
capillary tissue beds
what is the most likely cause of hypotension in a trauma patient who has been placed on positive pressure ventilation:
hypovolemia
why is a GI bleed important to respiratory therapy?
GI bleeding results in low hemoglobin levels and that may affect oxygenation.