Emergency Drugs (PDF)

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Emergency Drugs (PDF)

CONTENTS
Local anaesthetics 1
1.2 Sedatives and induction agents 1
1.3 Anticholinergics 2
1.4 Opiod analgesics 2
1.5 Antiemetics 3
1.6 Corticosteroids 3
1.7 Antiepileptics 3
1.8 Antiarrhyhtmics 4
1.9 Antihypertensives 5
1.10 Inotropic agents 5
1.11 Diuretics 6
1.12 Muscle relaxants 6
1.13 Neuroleptics 6
1.14 Anti-asthma drugs 7
1.15 Intravenous fluids 7
1.16 Tetanus prophylaxis 8
1.17 Drugs used in cardiac arrest 8
2 Cardiovascular Emergencies 10
2.1 Cardiac arrest 10
2.2 Cardiogenic shock 15
2.3 Unstable angina 16
2.4 Acute myocardial infarction 17
2.5 Cardiac arrhythmias 19
2.6 Acute pulmonary oedema 24
2.7 Hypertensive emergency 26
3 Respiratory Emergencies 27
3.1 Asthma 27
3.2 Exacerbation of chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease 29
3.3 Croup 30
3.4 Epiglottitis 31
3.5 Oxygen therapy 32
4 Neurologic Emergencies 34
4.1 Seizures 34
4.2 Migraine 35
4.3 Oculogyric crisis 36
4.4 Tetanus 36
4.5 Acute bacterial meningitis in adults 37
5 Poisoning and Overdoses 38
5.1 General principles 39
5.2 Treatment of specific poisons 40
5.3 Poisons information 47
6 Endocrine Emergencies 48
6.1 Diabetic ketoacidosis 48
6.2 Hyperosmolar, hyperglycaemic state 50
6.3 Adrenal insufficiency 50
6.4 Hypoglycaemia 51
6.5 Thyroid storm 52
6.6 Myxydema coma (hypothyroid crisis) 52
6.7 Phaeochromocytoma 53
7 Fluid and Electrolyte Emergencies 54
7.1 Hyperkalaemia 54
7.2 Hypokalaemia 55
7.3 Hypercalcaemia 55
7.4 Hypocalcaemia 56
7.5 Fluid resuscitation 56
8 Miscellaneous Emergencies 57
8.1 Anaphylaxis 57
8.2 Pre-eclampsia 60
8.3 Septic shock 61
8.4 Acute psychosis 62
Appendix

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Emergency Drugs (PDF)

Emergency Drugs (PDF)

CONTENTS
Local anaesthetics 1
1.2 Sedatives and induction agents 1
1.3 Anticholinergics 2
1.4 Opiod analgesics 2
1.5 Antiemetics 3
1.6 Corticosteroids 3
1.7 Antiepileptics 3
1.8 Antiarrhyhtmics 4
1.9 Antihypertensives 5
1.10 Inotropic agents 5
1.11 Diuretics 6
1.12 Muscle relaxants 6
1.13 Neuroleptics 6
1.14 Anti-asthma drugs 7
1.15 Intravenous fluids 7
1.16 Tetanus prophylaxis 8
1.17 Drugs used in cardiac arrest 8
2 Cardiovascular Emergencies 10
2.1 Cardiac arrest 10
2.2 Cardiogenic shock 15
2.3 Unstable angina 16
2.4 Acute myocardial infarction 17
2.5 Cardiac arrhythmias 19
2.6 Acute pulmonary oedema 24
2.7 Hypertensive emergency 26
3 Respiratory Emergencies 27
3.1 Asthma 27
3.2 Exacerbation of chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease 29
3.3 Croup 30
3.4 Epiglottitis 31
3.5 Oxygen therapy 32
4 Neurologic Emergencies 34
4.1 Seizures 34
4.2 Migraine 35
4.3 Oculogyric crisis 36
4.4 Tetanus 36
4.5 Acute bacterial meningitis in adults 37
5 Poisoning and Overdoses 38
5.1 General principles 39
5.2 Treatment of specific poisons 40
5.3 Poisons information 47
6 Endocrine Emergencies 48
6.1 Diabetic ketoacidosis 48
6.2 Hyperosmolar, hyperglycaemic state 50
6.3 Adrenal insufficiency 50
6.4 Hypoglycaemia 51
6.5 Thyroid storm 52
6.6 Myxydema coma (hypothyroid crisis) 52
6.7 Phaeochromocytoma 53
7 Fluid and Electrolyte Emergencies 54
7.1 Hyperkalaemia 54
7.2 Hypokalaemia 55
7.3 Hypercalcaemia 55
7.4 Hypocalcaemia 56
7.5 Fluid resuscitation 56
8 Miscellaneous Emergencies 57
8.1 Anaphylaxis 57
8.2 Pre-eclampsia 60
8.3 Septic shock 61
8.4 Acute psychosis 62
Appendix

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