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Heparin

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1) immediate anticoag for PE, ACS, MI, DVT (pregnancy safe)
2) Anti-thrombin: antithrombin cofactor –> decr thrombin* + decr factor Xa
3) toxicity: bleeding, HIT, osteoporosis, Rx interactions; protamine sulfate antidote (pos charge molec that binds neg charge heparin)
4) short 1/2 life

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Enoxaparin

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1) immediate anticoag for PE, ACS, MI, DVT (pregnancy safe)
2) LMWH antithrombin: act more on factor Xa
3) toxicity but less risk than heparin: bleeding, HIT, osteoporosis, Rx interactions; no antidote
4) compared to heparin: better bioavail, 2~4x longer 1/2 life; sub-Q; no need to monitor

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Dalteparin

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1) immediate anticoag for PE, ACS, MI, DVT (pregnancy safe)
2) LMWH antithrombin: act more on factor Xa
3) toxicity but less risk than heparin: bleeding, HIT, osteoporosis, Rx interactions; no antidote
4) compared to heparin: better bioavail, 2~4x longer 1/2 life; sub-Q; no need to monitor

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Lepirudin

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1) immediate anticoag for pts w/ HIT
2) directly inhibits thrombin
3) N/A
4) deriv of hirudin (leeches)

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Bivalirudin

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1) immediate anticoag for pts w/ HIT
2) directly inhibits thrombin
3) N/A
4) deriv of hirudin (leeches)

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Warfarin (Coumadin)

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1) chronic anticoag: post STEMI, VTE prophylaxis, prevent stroke in afib (teratogenic)
2) antiplt: interfere w/ nl syn + gamma-carboxylation of vit-K clotting factors on their glutamic residues (1972: X, IX, VII, II) + proteins C, S (by blocking Epoxide Reductase)
3) bleeding, teratogenic, skin/tissue necrosis*, Rx interactions; give vit K for OD, give FFP for severe OD
4) cyt P450 met; incr PT (extrinsic path); long 1/2 life; follow PT/INR; PO

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Alteplase (tPA)

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1) early MI, early ischemic stroke, direct thrombolysis of severe PE
2) thrombolytic: aid plasminogen –> plasmin to cleave thrombin + fibrin clots
3) bleeding (contraindicate in active bleed, intracranial bleed hx, recent sx, known bleed diathese, severe HTN); tx toxicity w/ aminocaproic acid (inhibits fibrinolysis)
4) incr PT, PTT; no change in plt ct

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Reteplase (rPA)

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1) early MI, early ischemic stroke, direct thrombolysis of severe PE
2) thrombolytic: aid plasminogen –> plasmin to cleave thrombin + fibrin clots
3) bleeding (contraindicate in active bleed, intracranial bleed hx, recent sx, known bleed diathese, severe HTN); tx toxicity w/ aminocaproic acid (inhibits fibrinolysis)
4) incr PT, PTT; no change in plt ct

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Tenecteplase (TNK-tPA)

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1) early MI, early ischemic stroke, direct thrombolysis of severe PE
2) thrombolytic: aid plasminogen –> plasmin to cleave thrombin + fibrin clots
3) bleeding (contraindicate in active bleed, intracranial bleed hx, recent sx, known bleed diathese, severe HTN); tx toxicity w/ aminocaproic acid (inhibits fibrinolysis)
4) incr PT, PTT; no change in plt ct

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Aspirin (ASA)

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1) antipyretic, analgesic, anti-infl, anti-plt (decr aggregation)
2) irreversibly inhibits COX-1 (and -2) via covalent acetylation –> decr TxA2 + prostaglandins
3) gastric ulcer, tinnitus (CN VIII); chronic use: acute renal failure, interstitial nephritis, upper GI bleed; Reye’s syn in kids w/ viral infct; OD: respir alkalosis + met acidosis
4) plts can’t syn new COX so effect lasts until new plts made; incr bleeding time; no effect on PT, PTT

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Clopidogrel

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1) ACS, coronary stenting, decr incidence + recurr of thrombotic stroke
2) ADP R inhibitor: inhibit plt aggregation by irreversibly blocking ADP R; inhibit fibrinogen binding via Gp IIb/IIIa
3) N/A
4) N/A

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Ticlopidine

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1) ACS, coronary stenting, decr incidence + recurr of thrombotic stroke
2) ADP R inhibitor: inhibit plt aggregation by irreversibly blocking ADP R; inhibit fibrinogen binding via Gp IIb/IIIa
3) neutropenia (unique)
4) N/A

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Prasugrel

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1) ACS, coronary stenting, decr incidence + recurr of thrombotic stroke
2) ADP R inhibitor: inhibit plt aggregation by irreversibly blocking ADP R; inhibit fibrinogen binding via Gp IIb/IIIa
3) N/A
4) N/A

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Ticagrelor

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1) ACS, coronary stenting, decr incidence + recurr of thrombotic stroke
2) ADP R inhibitor: inhibit plt aggregation by irreversibly blocking ADP R; inhibit fibrinogen binding via Gp IIb/IIIa
3) N/A
4) N/A

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Cilostazol

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1) intermittent claudication, coronary vasodilation, prevent stroke/TIAs (w/ ASA), angina prophylaxis
2) PDE III inhibitor –> incr cAMP in plts –> inhibit plt aggregation; vasodilator
3) nausea, HA, facial flush, hypotension, ab pain
4) N/A

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Dipyridamole

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1) intermittent claudication, coronary vasodilation, prevent stroke/TIAs (w/ ASA), angina prophylaxis
2) PDE III inhibitor –> incr cAMP in plts –> inhibit plt aggregation; vasodilator
3) nausea, HA, facial flush, hypotension, ab pain
4) N/A

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Abciximab

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1) ACS, PTCA
2) Gp IIb/IIIa inhibitor: bind R on activated plts –> prevent aggregation
3) bleeding, thrombocytopenia
4) made from monoclonal ab Fab fragments (unique)

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Eptifibatide

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1) ACS, PTCA
2) Gp IIb/IIIa inhibitor: bind R on activated plts –> prevent aggregation
3) bleeding, thrombocytopenia
4) N/A

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Tirofiban

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1) ACS, PTCA
2) Gp IIb/IIIa inhibitor: bind R on activated plts –> prevent aggregation
3) bleeding, thrombocytopenia
4) N/A

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Dimercaprol, EDTA

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use for Lead poisoning in adults

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Succimer

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used to chelate lead in children “it SUCks to be a kid who ate lead”

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Eculizumab

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Rx for Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria

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Argatroban

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Direct thrombin inhibitor, binds to the thrombin active site