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BEAM ME UP, SCOTTY! THE OPPOSITE SKIPPING FIXER UPPPER
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What are INOTROPES?
I help increase cardiac output, broadly.
100
What is NIPRIDE?
It's such a "pride" to be able to vasodilate and increased cardiac output.
100
What is ADENOSINE?
--------------- and now I'm back. That was a quick way to get me out of SVT.
100
What is LASIX?
I'm drowning and I can't breathe! Help me, but watch my potassium!
200
What is DOPAMINE?
I am used as an inotrope, but I can also increased renal blood flow.
200
What is NITROGLYCERIN?
Usually you put me under your tongue for a heart attack; I decrease cardiac oxygen demand and cause vasodilation.
200
What is DIGOXIN?
Can you "dig" it? I help increase contractility and can be used in the comfort of your own home.
300
What is EPINEPHERINE?
I am most beneficial during a cardiac arrest and should be your first line of defense
300
What are BETA BLOCKERS?
I am not the alpha, but I have still have a good block for your hypertension. Watch out for bradycardia, lol
300
What is AMIODARONE?
JET? Works as bolus or drip; has more adverse effects than my similar friend.
400
What is VASOPRESSIN?
If all else fails depend on me as a pressor, or for DI, or in case of GI bleed....
400
What is ESMOLOL?
I am a beta, help with arrhythmias, work in seconds, and I drip, drip, drip.
400
What is PROCAINAMIDE?
I make your heart less excited, but can cause more weird rhythms.
500
What is NOREPINEPHRINE?
If you're warm, but your blood pressure is WAY too low....
500
What is NICARDIPINE?
Too high for too long; switch to me for longer term control. I do not cause cyanide poisoning, but I can give you a headache.
500
What is BETA BLOCKERS (PROPRANOLOL/METOPROLOL/SOTALOL?
Are anti-hypertensives but can also be used as a chronic anti-arrhythmic at home.






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