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EKG abnormality in hypothermia

J wave

2

Tx lead poisoning in adults v. children

EDTA, Dimercaprol v. Succimer

3

Parkland formula

Dose at LR = 4 mL * Kg * % body surface burned; Half in 1st 8 hr, Half in next 16 hrs; Only resuscitation, not maintenance

4

Tx black widow spider bite

Wound care, 24 hr observation, Erythromycin, Possibly dapsone or steroids; Lactodectism - Ca gluconate, Benzos, methocarbamol, antivenom

5

Muscle spasm, stiffness, abdominal pain, AMS, tachycardia due to spider bite

Lactodectism; Ca gluconate, Benzos, methocarbamol, antivenom

6

Tx of laceration on dorsum of hand resulting from closed fist hitting human teeth

Human bite injury; Antibx, not close, copious irrigation, x-ray

7

Next mgt. organophosphate poisoning

Put on gloves, help remove clothes; Tx pralidoxime, atropine

8

Alkaline fluid ingestion mgt. steps to avoid

Avoid Vomiting, Neutralize, NG tube

9

Meds cyanide poisioning

Sodium thiosulfate; Hydroxycobalamin; Nitrates

10

COPD pt tachycardia, hypotension, seizures

Theopylline overdose

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PEA common etiologies

H's & T's: hypovolemia, hypoxia, hydrogen ions, hypokalemia, hyperkalemia, hypoglycemia, hyperthermia; toxins/tablets, tamponade, tension ptx, thrombosis (mi or pe), trauma

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ACLS tx Vfib

Defibrillation at 360 J, CPR, shock, Epi (or vasopressin w/ 1st dose only), rep Epi q 3-5 min, Consider antiarryhthmics (e.g., Amiodarone/Lidocaine)

13

Tx asystole

Alt Epi & Atropine, consider transcutaneous pacemaker

14

Meds used in bradycardia induced by beta blocker overdose

Atropine, Calcium gluconate or chloride, glucagon

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Pt. in pt w/ elevated INR due to warfarin overdose - when to give vitamin K

Bleeding or INR > 9 definitely, INR > 5 consider it

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