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Drug availability Dose/route Indications Adverse reactions Comments Dopamine
Low: 2-5 ng/kg/min IV Cardiogenic shock Tachycardia, pVAdrenergic; avoid in (
200 mg/5 ml) Mod: 5-20 ng/kg/ (moderate dose) bradycardia. hypovolemic shock;
Through its vagolytic actions, atropine may be helpful in the treatment of
bradycardia accompanied by poor perfusion and hypotension. It may also be
used to inhibit bradycardia during intubation attempts. Assessment and
monitoring of ...
Summary of Therapy of Unstable Rhythms in Pediatric Patients Sinus
bradycardia Nodal or idioventricular rhythm Blocks Type I or II second-degree
Third-degree Narrow QRS complex Supraventricular tachycardia Atrial fibrillation
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This edition of Rosen's is less readable than the newer version. Additionally, the images and media aren't as nice/clear as the new edition.
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CARDINAL PRESENTATIONS 26 Jaundice 214
HEAD AND NECK Tom P Aufderheide
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Rosen's Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice
John A. Marx,Robert Hockberger,Ron Walls
No preview available - 2002