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Albuterol/ProventilSVN: .5 ml of .5% solution (2.5mg) with 3 ml NS
Albuterol/ProventilMDI: 2 puffs, 90 mcg/puff tid,qid
Levalbuterol/XopenexSVN: .63 mg/3 ml, 1.25 mg/3ml tid
Salmeterol Xinafoate/SereventMDI: 2 puffs, 25 mcg/puff
Salmeterol Xinafoate/SereventDPI: 50 mcg/inhalation bid
Formoterol/ForadilDPI: 12 mcg/inhalation bid
Bitolterol/TornalateSVN: 1.25ml of 0.2% solution (1.25 mg)
Bitolterol/TornalateMDI: 2 puffs 37mcg/puff. bid-qid
Ipratropium Bromide/AtroventSVN: 2.5 ml of 0.02% sol. (0.5 mg) unit dose
Ipratropium Bromide/AtroventMDI: 2 puffs, 18 mcg/puff qid
Tiotropium Bromide/SpirivaDPI: 18 mcg / inhalation
Racemic Epinephrine/Vaponephrine0.25 – 0.5 ml of 2.25% solution qid or as ordered
Nedocromil Sodium/TiladeMDI: 2 puffs, 1.75 mg/puff qid
Acetylcysteine/Mucomyst2-4ml of 10% or 20% solution (give with a bronchodilator)
Tobramycin/TOBISVN: 300 mg/5ml ampule (separate nebulizer for TOBI only. Pre-suction if needed; avoid post-suction)
Colomycin/ColistinPre-suction if needed; avoid post-suction
Vancomycin/VancocinPre-suction if needed; avoid post-suction
Flunisolide/Aero-BidMDI: 2 puffs, 250 mcg/puff bid
Fluticasone Propionate/FloventMDI: 2 puffs, 44, 110 or 220 mcg/puff or DPI 50,100 or 250 mcg bid
Budesonide/PulmacortSVN: 0.25 or 0.5 mg/2ml
Budesonide/PulmacortDPI: 200 – 800 mcg/inhalation bid
Fluticasone Propionate and Salmeterol/AdvairDPI: 100, 250 or 500 mcg with 50 mcg salmeterol bid
Ipratropium Bromide and Albuterol/CombiventMDI: 2 puffs , 18 mcg /puff ipratropium & 90 mcg/puff albuterol, qid
Ipratropium Bromide and Albuterol/DuoNebSVN: ipratropium bromide 0.5 mg and albuterol sulfate 3 mg
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Albuterol SulfateProventil – Ventolin
LevalbuterolXopenex
IsoproterenolIsuprel
Isoetharine HCLBronkosol
Metaproterenol SulfateAlupent
Salmeterol XinafoateSerevent
FormoterolForadil
BitolterolTornalate
Terbutaline SulfateBrethaire/Brethene
PirbuterolMaxair
AtropineAtropine – No longer approved for inhalation
Ipratropium BromideAtrovent
Tiotropium BromideSpiriva
EpinephrineAdrenaline
EpinephrinePrimatine Mist
Racemic EpinephrineVaponephrine/MicroNefrin
Cromolyn SodiumIntal
Nedocromil SodiumTilade
AcetylcysteineMucomyst
TobramycinTOBI
ColomycinColistin
VancomycinVancocin
RibavirinVirazole
Pentamidine IsethionateNebuPent/Pentam
FlunisolideAero-Bid
Fluticasone PropionateFlovent
BudesonidePulmacort
Fluticasone Propionate and PalmeterolAdvair
Ipratropium Bromide and AlbuterolCombivent
Ipratropium Bromide and AlbuterolDuoNeb
Dornase AlfaPulmozyme
FurosemideLasix
ExuberaInsulin
Arformoterol TatrateBrovana
GentamycinGaramycin
Beclomethasone DipropionateQVAR
Triamcinolone AcetonideAzmacort
Flunisolide HemihydrateAerospan
CiclesonideAlvesco
Mometasone FurateAsmanex Twisthaler
CalfactantInfasurf
BaractantSurvanta
ZanamivirRelenza
Budesonide.Formoterol FumerateSymbicort
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AlbuterolBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
ProventilBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
VentolinBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
LevalbuterolBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
XopenexBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
IsoproterenolBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
IsuprelBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
BronkosolBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
Isoetharine HCLBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
AlupentBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
Metaproterenol SulfateBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
SereventBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
Salmeterol XinafoateBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
ForadilBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
FormoterolBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
TornalateBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
BitolterolBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
MaxairBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
BrethaireBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
Terbutaline SulfateBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
PirbuterolBronchodilators (Sympathomimetic)
AtropineBronchodilators (Parasympatholytics)
AtroventBronchodilators (Parasympatholytics)
AtropineBronchodilators (Parasympatholytics)
AtroventBronchodilators (Parasympatholytics)
SpirivaBronchodilators (Parasympatholytics)
Ipratropium BromideBronchodilators (Parasympatholytics)
Tiotropium BromideBronchodilators (Parasympatholytics)
AdrenalineVasoconstrictors/Bronchodilators (Sympathomimetics)
Primatine MistVasoconstrictors/Bronchodilators (Sympathomimetics)
EpinephrineVasoconstrictors/Bronchodilators (Sympathomimetics)
Racemic EpinephrineVasoconstrictors/Bronchodilators (Sympathomimetics)
VaponephrineVasoconstrictors/Bronchodilators (Sympathomimetics)
IntalProphylactic Anti-Asthmatic Agents
TiladeProphylactic Anti-Asthmatic Agents
Cromolyn SodiumProphylactic Anti-Asthmatic Agents
Nedocromil SodiumProphylactic Anti-Asthmatic Agents
MucomystMucolytics
AcetylcysteineMucolytics
TOBIAntimicrobial Agents
ColomycinAntimicrobial Agents
TobramycinAntimicrobial Agents
ColistinAntimicrobial Agents
VancomycinAntimicrobial Agents
VancocinAntimicrobial Agents
RibavirinAntimicrobial Agents
VirazoleAntimicrobial Agents
NebuPentAntimicrobial Agents
Pentamidine IsethionateAntimicrobial Agents
Aero-BidCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
FloventCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
PulmicortCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
BudesonideCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
Fluticasone PropionateCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
FlunisolideCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
AdvairCombinations
CombiventCombinations
DuoNebCombinations
Dornase AlfaMucoactive Agent
PulmozymeMucoactive Agent
FentanylFentanylOpiod (Narcotic) Analgesic
FurosemideDiuretic
LasixDiuretic
ExuberaInsulin
BrovanaAdrenergic Bronchodilator
Arformoterol TatrateAdrenergic Bronchodilator
Beclomethasone Dipropionate/QVARCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
Triamcinolone Acetonide/AzmacortCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
Flunisolide Hemihydrate/AerospanCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
Ciclesonide.AlvescoCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
Mometasone Furate/AsmanexCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
Budesonide/Formoterol Fumarate – SymbicortCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
Zanamivir/RelenzaAnti-infective Agents
Beractant/SurvantaSurfactant Agents
Calfactant/InfasurfSurfactant Agents
Mometasone Furate/AsmanexCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
Budesonide/Formoterol Fumarate – SymbicortCorticosteroids Anti-inflammatory Agents
Zanamivir/RelenzaAnti-infective Agents
Beractant/SurvantaSurfactant Agents
Calfactant/InfasurfSurfactant Agents
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Albuterol SulfateProventil, Ventolin Bronchodilator sympathomimetic SVN or MDI Used to prevent bronchospasm
LevalbuterolXopenex Bronchodilator sympathomimetic SVN Works by relaxing muscles in the airways to improve breathing Used to treat reversible obstructions, airway conditions, such as asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema
IsoproterenolIsuprel Bronchodilator sympathomimetic Given by IV rarely used for inhalation because it may increase heart rate Cardiac stimilator
Isoetharine HCLBronkosol Bronchodilator sympathomimetic SVN
Metaproterenol SulfateAlupent Bronchodilator sympathomimetic SVN
Salmeterol XinafoateSerevent Bronchodilator sympathomimetic MDI or DPI long lasting (10 – 12 hrs.) , rapid onset (20 mins.)
FormoterolForadil Bronchodilator sympathomimetic DPI long lasting, rapid onset – not recommended as a “rescue breathing” drug
BitolterolTornalate Bronchodilator sympathomimetic SVN or MDI lasts 5 – 8 hours
Terbutaline SulfateBrethaire Bronchodilator sympathomimetic MDI
PirbuterolMaxair Bronchodilator sympathomimetic MDI
AtropineAtropine Bronchodilator parasympatholytics Used to help dry up excessive mucus No longer FDA approved for inhalation
Ipratropium bromideAtrovent Bronchodilator parasympatholytics SVN or MDI used to prevent bronchospasm or narrowing airways in the lungs in people w/ bronchitis, emphysema, or COPD
Tiotropium bromideSpiriva Bronchodilator parasympatholytics DPI works by enlarging airways. Used to prevent bronchospasm
EpinephrineAdrenaline Vasoconstrictors / Bronchodilators (sympathomimetics) SVN
EpinephrinePrimatine Mist Vasoconstrictors / Bronchodilators (sympathomimetics) MDI
Racemic EpinephrineVaponephrine, P2 Vasoconstrictors / Bronchodilators (sympathomimetics) SNV Relaxes smooth muscle of bronchi
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Define NMBCholinergic antagonists that act on the N2 receptors found on skeletal muscle
What are NMBs used for?Primarily used for skeletal muscle paralysis during: abdominal & thoracic surgery, mechanical ventilation, and intubation
Define Non-Depolarizing NMBs and how they work.Are competitive antagonists with ACh at the N2 receptor. Receptor stimulation keeps Na+ ion channels closed, so skeletal muscle cell depolarization DOES NOT occur.
PavulonPancuronium (Non-depol. NMB)
ZemuronRocuronium (Non-depol. NMB)
TracriumAtracurium (Non-depol. NMB)
NimbexCisatracurium (Non-depol. NMB)
Define Depolarizing NMBs and how they work.Acts like endogenous Ach, allowing depolarization, but prevents repolarization. Na+ channels are kept open for a longer than normal time. Results in “flaccid” paralysis. (short-acting & no reversal agent).
AnectineSuccinylcholine (Depolarizing NMB)