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Name the Antidysrhytmic (upper) drugs (7)

Adenosine
Atropine
Bretylium
Dopamine
Epinephrine
Lidocaine
Oxygen

1- What is the MOA of the antidysrhythmic (upper) drugs

2- What does it increase

1- MOA
Acts on Alpha & Beta receptors of SNS.

Increases:
cardiac output
chronotropy
intropy
chromotropy
automaticity
SVR (decreases vascular permeability)
Blood pressure
bronchial smooth muscle dilation

State the indications for antidysrhythmic (upper) drugs (4)

INDICATIONS
1- Cardiac Arrest
2- Severe anaphylaxis, Allergic Reaction
3- Severe RAD
4- Symptomatic Bradycardia

State the CONTRA-INDICATIONS for antidysrhythmic (upper) drugs (6)

CONTRA-INDICATIONS
1- Hypersentivity
2- hypertension
3- tachydysrhythmias
4- pregnancy
5- CV disease
6- hypovolemia

State:
1- Cardiovascular side effects of antidysrhythmic (upper) drugs (5)

2- Neuro side effects of antidysrhythmic (upper) drugs (6)

SIDE EFFECTS
1- CV:
tachycardia, HTN, CP, Vfib, increase cardiac 02 demand increase myocardial ischemia

2- Neuro:
palpitations, anxiety, tremulousness, H/A, dizziness, N/V

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