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Group 5: Other Antiarrhythmics – Antiarrhythmic Drugs

by Pravin Shukle, MD
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    The lecture Group 5: Other Antiarrhythmics – Antiarrhythmic Drugs by Pravin Shukle, MD is from the course Cardiovascular Pharmacology.


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    1. acts on the purine receptor to directly simulate the pain of cardiac ischemia, and will block AV nodal transmission.
    2. Is a medium potency drug that will last up to one minute.
    3. is a low potency drug that will last up to one hour.
    4. is a potent calcium channel blocker that will completely block the AV node.
    1. is a divalent cation that directly depresses ectopic pacemakers.
    2. is a monovalent cation that directly depresses ectopic pacemakers.
    3. is a divalent cation that directly depresses the pacemaker (SA Node).
    4. is a monovalent cation that directly the pacemaker (SA Node).
    1. is a particularly dangerous type of ventricular tachycardia that responds to magnesium.
    2. responds well to class IA anti arrhythmic drugs.
    3. is best treated with the divalent cation calcium.
    4. is a particularly dangerous type of ventricular tachycardia that responds to calcium.
    1. stop the nurse from defibrillating the patient. You tell everyone to wait.
    2. prep for defibrillation. Administer atropine IV push.
    3. change your underwear. Apply for trucking schools and give up on your dreams to be a doctor.
    4. stop the nurse from defibrillating the patient. Administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

    Author of lecture Group 5: Other Antiarrhythmics – Antiarrhythmic Drugs

     Pravin Shukle, MD

    Pravin Shukle, MD


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