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NUR 100 PHARMACOLOGY HESI WEEK (3-5) EXAM REVIEW

NUR 100 PHARMACOLOGY HESI WEEK (3-5) EXAM REVIEW


Week 3
Midazolam – respirations - benzodiazepine: CNS depressant, preop sedation, general anesthesia induction, sedation for diagnostic endoscopic procedures, intubation, anxiety.
Unlabeled: Refractory status epilepticus, alcohol withdrawal, agitation. Given IV to seriously ill person's when breathing is assisted by a ventilator.
Respiratory side effects: coughing, apnea, bronchospasm, laryngospasm, dyspnea, respirator depression. Effects increased by grapefruit juice, ETOH, barbiturates, opiate analgesics, verapamil, ritonavir, indinavir, fluvoxamine, protease inhibitors, kava, valerian.
Half-life may be extended in obese patients; respiratory depression may be increased in geriatric patients.

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  • Course: Nursing
  • Subject: NUR 100 PHARMACOLOGY
  • Subject code: NUR 100 PHARMACOLOGY
  • Date of exam: Autumn
  • Year of study: 2020
  • Document
  • Section: Examinations
  • Made on: 03-08-2022
  • Type: .pdf
  • Pages: 9
  • Language: English

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