Cardiac Medications Flashcards


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Cardiac medications for the EMT-P
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Drug Name; Generic Name; Trade Name

DC = Drug Classification

MOA = Mechanism of Action

I = Indication

C = Contraindications

AR = Adverse Reactions

D = Dose; (A) Adult; (P) Pediatric

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Adenosine

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Amiodarone

(Cordarone)

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Aspirin

(ASA)

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Atropine Sulfate

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Calcium Chloride

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Diltiazem

(Cardizem)

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Dopamine

(Intropin)

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Epinephrine

(Cardiac Epi 1:10,000)

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Furosemide

(Lasix)

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Lidocaine

(Xylocaine)

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Magnesium Sulfate

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Metroprolol

(Lopressor, Toprol XL)

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Nitroglycerin

(Nitrolingual, NitroQuick, Nitro-Dur)

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Norepinephrine

(Levophed)

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Oxygen

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Sodium Bicarbonate

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