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Pharmacology

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The following are antidotes that should be familiarized by the nurse to respond to this emergency situation quickly.

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• DANGEROUS DRUG INTERACTIONS TO AVOID • 1) tylenol & antibiotics. 2) aspirin & diabetes medications. 3) benadryl & sleeping aids. 4) antidepressants & st. john’s wort. 5) blood pressure medication & licorice. 6) statins & grapefruit juice. 7) birth control pills & antibiotics. 8) asthma medications & coffee. 9) anticoagulants & vitamin k.

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Nursing Mnemonics & Tricks (Pharmacology) | NurseBuff

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Antidote/reversal agents: Acetaminophen: acetylcysteine [Mucomyst] Benzodiazepine: flumazenil [Ramazicon] Curare: edrophonium [Tensilon] Cyanide poisoning: methylene blue Digitalis: digoxin immune FAB [Digibind] Ethylene poisoning: fomepizole [Antizol] Heparin and enoxaprin [Lovenox]: protamine sulfate Iron: deferoxamine [Desferal] Lead: succimer [Chemet] Magnesium Sulfate: calcium gluconate 10% [Kalcinate] Narcotics: naloxone [Narcan] Warfarin: phytonadione [vitamin K]

#Nursing School Pharmacology! Must know! Adrenergic Receptor Subtypes Alpha1, Alpha2, Beta1, Beta2, Dopamine Lehne: Pharmacology for Nursing Care, 7th Edition

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Check out the website of Dr. Wladis. Her lecture "IV Flow Rate and Infusion/Completion Times" is very helpful and easy to follow. The Doc is a Professor in the mathematics department at the Borough of Manhattan Community College at the City University of New York.

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Vial Size Reference Chart

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