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lidocaine

Na Channel blockers

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propafenone (Rythmol)

Na Channel blockers

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quinidine

Na Channel blockers

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procainamide

Na Channel blockers

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Na Channel blockers

slow down depolarization
treat: PVC, V-tach, V-fib

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reduce sympathetic vasoconstriction, renin secretion, HR, contractility, BP, 02 demand, prevents remodeling

Beta adrenergic receptor blockers

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labetalol (Normodyne)

alpha-beta receptor blocker
+peripheral vasodilation

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Metroprolol aka

Lopressor

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Na+ Channel Blockers Tx

PVC, V-tach, V-fib

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Epoprostenol (flolan)

promotes pulm. vasodilation
reduces pulm. vascular resistance.
No effect on SVR

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Right ventricular enlargement

Cor Pulmonale

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Virchow’s triad:

1. Venous stasis
2. Endothelial injury (intimal)
3. Hypercoagulability

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1. Sudden onset dyspnea *
2. Feelings of apprehension or anxiety *
3. Tachypnea*
4. Tachycardia*

PE

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Pt determines VT, rate, and inspiratory time.

Pressure Support Ventilation (PSV) (no machine breaths)
High flow gas delivered

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Btwn “mandatory breaths” pt can spontaneously breathe at own RR & VT

RR, VT, inspiratory time, sensitivity, & PEEP of mandatory breaths set

Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation (SIMV)

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pt initiates a spontaneous breath & a full-volume breath is delivered
RR, VT, inspiratory time, & PEEP set

AC

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highest pressure measured in the lungs upon inspiration

Peak Airway Pressure/Peak Inspiratory Pressure