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Drug Indications (NYC REMAC)


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Morphine
APE, burns, pain management
Atropine
Brady Dysrhthmias, complete heart block
Dextrose
PEA, AMS, Siezures, Pedaitric Non-Traumatic Cardiac Arrest, Pediatric AMS, Pediatric Siezures
Diazepam
Prehospital Sedation, Siezures, head injuries, EDP, pediatric siezures
Diphenhydramine
Allergic Anaphylactic Reaction
Epinephrine
V-Fib, Pulseless V-Tach, PEA, Asystole, Asthma, Allergic Anaphylactic Reaction, Neonate Resuscitation, Pediatric Non - Traumatic Cardiac Arrest, Pediatric Asthma/Wheezing, Pediatric Anaphylactic Reaction
Naloxone
AMS, Opiod Overdose, Pediatric Respiratory Arrest, Pediatric Non-Traumatic Cardiac Arrest, Pediatric AMS
Nitroglycerin
Myocardial Ischemia, APE
Sodium Bicarbonate
V-Fib, Pulseless V-Tach, PEA, Asystole, V-Tach with a Pulse, Wide Complex Tachycardia of Uncertain Type, Brady Dysrhthmias and Complete Heart Block, Pediatric Non-Traumatic Cardiac Arrest
Adenosine
SVT, Pediatric Decompensated Shock
Albuterol
Asthma, COPD, Allergic Anaphylactic Reaction, Pediatric Asthma/ Wheezing
Amiodarone
V-Fib, Pulseless V-Tach, SVT, A-Fib, A-Flutter, V-Tach with a Pulse, Wide Complex Tachycardia of Uncertain Type, Pediatric Non-Traumatic Cardiac Arrest
Aspirin
Myocardial Ischemia
Dopamine
Cardiogenic Shock, Brady Dysrhythmias, Complete Heart Block, Allergic Anaphylactic Reaction
Furosemide
APE
Magnesium Sulfate
V-Fib, Pulseless V-Tach, V-Tach with a Pulse, Wide Complex Tachycardia of Uncertain Type, Asthma, Pediatric Non-Traumatic Cardiac Arrest, Torsades de Pointes
Methylprednisolone
Asthma, COPD, Allergic Anaphylactic Reaction
Ondansetron
Nausea/Vomting
Diltiazem
SVT, A-Fib, A-Flutter
Glucagon
AMS, Pediatric AMS
Vasopressin
V-Fib, Pulseless V-Tach, PEA, Asystole,
Lorazepam
APE, Siezures, head injuries, EDP, pediatric siezures
Midazolam
Prehospital Sedation, APE, Siezures, head injuries, EDP, pediatric siezures
Fentanyl
Burns (Hypotension)
Ipratropium
Asthma, COPD, Pediatric Asthma/Wheezing
Dexamethasone
Asthma, COPD, Allergic Anaphylactic Reaction
Calcium Chloride
Suspected calcium channel overdose in V-Fib, Pulseless V-Tach, PEA, Asystole, V-Tach with a Pulse, Wide Complex Tachycardia of Uncertain Type, Brady Dysrhythmias, Complete Heart Block
Etomidate
Prehospital Sedation
Hydroxocobalamin
Smoke Inhalation, Cyanide Exposure
Sodium Thiosulfate
Smoke Inhalation, Cyanide Exposure