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Neuropathic Pain Medications:<BR>
Agent, Initiation Dose and Max Dosages<BR>
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Long Acting: Nicotine Patch, Buproprion, Varenicline<BR>
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Elagolix is a small-molecule GnRH antagonist recently approved by the FDA for Time to effect and duration of action of IV benzodiazepines for sedation (single dose): Midazolam, Diazepam, Time to effect and duration of action of IV benzodiazepines for anticonvulsant properties: Midazolam, Diazepam, Lorazepam Initial treatment of renal bone disease and cinacalcet for secondary hyperparathyroidism<BR>
Phosphate binders reduce hyperphosphataemia and hyperparathyroidism. COMMONLY ENCOUNTERED MEDICATIONS THAT INCREASE OR DECREASE WARFARIN’S INTERNATIONAL NORMALIZED RATIO (INR)
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#Pharmacology #Warfarin #Medications #Interactions #INR Common Medications with Possible Interactions with Warfarin <BR>
Warfarin is subject to the effects of drug interactions Chemotherapy Agents with Possible Interactions with Warfarin <BR>
the most common cause of fluctuating INR values in While certain drugs are used to control seizures, others can induce seizures in patients without a Insulin Analogs - Short, Intermediate and Long Acting - Onset, Peak, Duration
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#Pharmacology #Endocrinology #Diabetes #Insulin #Analogs The principles of insulin adjustment guidance - Schematic diagram of insulin onset and time action profiles The graph illustrates the differences in the onset and duration of action for various types of Angiotensin Receptor Blocker (ARB) Antihypertensive Dose Comparison<BR>
#Pharmacology #Angiotensin #Receptor #Blocker #ARB #Conversion #Dose #Dosages Folic acid is a synthetic member of the folate (Vitamin B9) family, a group of chemically Fungal Cell Walls and Antifungals sites of action:<BR>
#Pharmacology #Pathophysiology #Mechanism #Antifungals #CellWall #Location #Sites #Action Vancomycin Dosing and Trough Level Monitoring
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Trough concentrations should be measured 30 minutes before the 4th dose Adult Vancomycin Guidelines<BR>
The information below provides general dosing guidelines for vancomycin. A maintenance regimen of 15-20 What are the different types of buprenorphine?
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Though predominantly used as a sublingual film, buprenorphine can also Glaucoma - Emergency Department Management
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<BR>- Start with eye drops Ketamine is thought to exert its effects in a dose-dependent manner, providing analgesia at lower doses, Dosing Nebulized Epinephrine
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If racemic epinephrine is available and respiratory therapists are familiar with it, that's the In 2018, opioid withdrawal should be considered a buprenorphine deficiency. Otherwise, a multitude of comparatively ineffective Alternatives to opioids for pain management in the emergency department decreases opioid usage and maintains patient Alprazolam - short-acting benzodiazepine (GABA Receptor Modulator) used in the treatment of anxiety disorders. FDA approved Hydromorphone use for acute pain: Misconceptions, controversies, and risks. Motov et al<BR>
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Visual Abstract by Dr. David Lidocaine HCl - sodium channel blocker. Local anesthetic and class 1B antiarrhythmic. Originally developed in 1943 Drug-induced renal disorders - The most commonly used nephrotoxic drugs
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#Pharmacology #Nephrotoxicity #Drugs #Medications #Most #Common #DrugInduced Bupropion HCl - Norepinephrine-Dopamine Reuptake Inhibitor. Atypical antidepressant also used to support smoking cessation. First approved Excellent reference chart of commonly used inhalers for anyone working in Emergency Medicine<BR>
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