Uwchlan Drugs

  1. ACETAMINOPHEN
    • Acetaminophen – acetaminophen (if available) at 15 – 20 mg/kg (not to exceed 1000 mg) may be administered to any patient with a fever if ALL of the following apply:
    • 1)  Patient is at least 3 months old.
    • 2)  Temperature > 38° C or 100.4° F (ambulances are required to have a non-tympanic, digital thermometer).
    • 3)  Patient has not had a dose of acetaminophen within the last 4 hours.
    • PROTOCOL: 6003, 7007
  2. ADENOSINE/ADENOCARD
    • NARROW COMPLEX TACHYCARDIA – ADULT
    • STABLE
    • 0.1 mg/kg IV/IO
    • Maximum 6 mg
    • (if available)
    • May repeat with 0.2 mg/kg IV/IO 3
    • Maximum 12 mg
    • (Adenosine is not indicated if the ECG is determined to be atrial flutter or
    • fibrillation.)
    • Adenosine must be given by rapid IV/IO push (over 1-3 seconds) by immediate bolus of 20 ml NSS.
    • Adenosine success may be enhanced by administration through an antecubital IV with the arm elevated above the level of the heart during injection.
  3. ALBUTEROL SULFATE
  4. AMIODARONE
  5. ASPIRIN
  6. ATIVAN
  7. ATROPINE
  8. BENADRYL
  9. CALCIUIM CHLORIDE
  10. CARDIZEM
  11. DEXTROSE 50%, 10%
  12. DOPAMINE
  13. EPINEPHRINE
  14. FENTANYL
  15. GLUCAGON
  16. LIDOCAINE
  17. MAGNESIUM SULFATE
  18. MORPHINE
  19. NARCAN
  20. NITROCLYCERIN
  21. ORAL GLUCOSE
  22. SODIUM BICARBONATE
  23. SOLU-MEDROL
  24. VERSED
  25. ZOFRAN
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thom.mccusker@gmail.com
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343245
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Uwchlan Drugs
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Uwchlan Drugs
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