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Use of longer-acting agents in cardiac therapy

Use of longer-acting agents in cardiac therapy

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Published by Health Care Communications in Fort Lee, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cardiovascular agents.,
  • Heart -- Diseases -- Therapy.,
  • Heart -- Diseases -- Chemotherapy.,
  • Heart -- Diseases -- Treatment.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titlesUse of longer acting agents in cardiac therapy.
    Statementedited by Thomas D. Giles and Stanley B. Garbus.
    ContributionsGiles, Thomas D., Garbus, Stanley B.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 221 p. :
    Number of Pages221
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19223943M
    ISBN 1009459861114

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Antiplatelet. a drug or other agent that dissolves thrombi. thrombolytic agent. a substance that prevents or delays coagulation of the blood. anticoagulant. a lab test used to measure the effectiveness of heparin. APTT. a lab test used to measure the effectiveness of warfarin sodium therapy.

T Giles, S Garbus (Eds.), Use of longer-acting agents in cardiac therapy: recent advances, Health Care Communications, Inc, Fort Lee (), pp. Cited by: 6. Cardiac drugs such as cardiac glycosides, β blockers, calcium antagonists, and antiarrhythmics are used to treat a variety of heart conditions, such as congestive heart failure, high blood pressure, and arrhythmias.

Other agents used for heart failure -diurectics, ACEI's/ARB's, beta blockers, aldosterone antagonist (K+ sparing diuretics), phosphodiesterase inhibitors (vasodilation & increased contractility) antidysrhythmic agent.

•Cardiac patients do return to and remain in work. Use of longer-acting agents in cardiac therapy book •Patient feedback is positive - attending Cardiac Rehab and having the support from the Occupational Therapist enables them to move on, return to work and return to everyday activities.

•Positive feedback received from. Immuno-oncology agents for cancer therapy. 7 MAY Providing medicines adherence support to areas of high deprivation in England: community pharmacists’ experience. 31 MAR Effective detection and management of hypertension through community pharmacy in. Cardiovascular agents are medicines that are used to treat medical conditions associated with the heart or the circulatory system (blood vessels), such as arrhythmias, blood clots, coronary artery disease, high or low blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart failure, and stroke.

There are many different classes of drugs that fall under the general term cardiovascular agent. • Given the short half-life of artemisinins, intravenous therapy must be followed by a longer acting agent once the patient is able to tolerate oral medication.

• If used alone (via the parenteral, rectal or oral route), artesunate must be administered for days. Cardiac Drug Therapy, 7th ed., addresses the pharmacology and therapeutic application of drugs used to treat heart diseases and hypertension.

Additions and updates to the sixth edition include six new chapters on current controversies in cardiac drug therapy such as the beta blocker issue many cardiologists are presently grappling with. Diuretics are a critical component of the pharmacotherapy of congestive heart failure (CHF) (typically pulmonary edema or ascites).

In humans with heart failure, 90% receive at least one type of diuretic. 1 Of these, loop diuretics—furosemide, bumetanide, and torsemide—are the most potent and commonly used.

When a single drug is administered in humans, furosemide is given 87% of the time. Cardiac Safety Profiles of Long Acting Muscarinic Receptor Antagonists Used in the Treatment of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease term use of inhaled anticholinergic agents has recently.

Nitroglycerin. Nitroglycerin (NTG) is clinically indicated as initial therapy in nearly all types of myocardial ischemia. Chronic exertional angina, de novo angina, unstable angina, Prinzmetal’s angina (vasospasm), and silent ischemia respond to NTG.

Anti-Ischemic Drug Therapy. Therefore, caution in the use of short-term administration of intravenous amiodarone in the critically ill patients with recent-onset atrial fibrillation is absolutely necessary and the duration of therapy should not exceed h, except when absolutely necessary.

When caring for patients with cardiac diseases, you should be knowledgeable about the different drugs associated with cardiovascular therapies. Let's test your knowledge with this item NCLEX practice quiz all about nursing pharmacology and cardiovascular drugs.

The dose is then titrated upwards until a stable maintenance dose is achieved within 24 to 48 hours. The short-acting agent may then be continued at the maintenance dose or replaced with a longer-acting agent.

An important limitation of this small trial is that the VKA used was acenocoumarol, a short-acting agent that is known to have a less stable anticoagulation profile when compared with longer acting agents. In addition, the antiplatelet used in this study was not aspirin but triflusal, a derivate of salicylic acid.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Sedation and Analgesia in Critical Care Submit Manuscript oncology and cardiac. A patient-based approach is incorporated, block is recommended if their use is prolonged or longer acting agents are employed.

Nevertheless, they are important to facilitate intubation, promote patient- ventilator synchrony and. The management of cardiac arrest. INTRODUCTION. Cardiac arrest has occurred when there are no palpable central pulses. Before any specific therapy is started effective basic life support must be established.

the routine use of alkalising agents has not been shown to be of benefit and these agents should be administered only in cases. Larger doses of longer-acting agents provide an advantage for long-duration surgery; note the absence of cardiac depression with these agents (respiratory depression: minimal; however the patient may be encouraged to take the occasional deep breath to avoid atelectasis and hypercarbia).

In addition, an early reduced pharmacodynamic effect of prasugrel and ticagrelor has been reported in these patients. 24 Use of cangrelor in the patient with stable CAD who is being considered for ad hoc PCI after coronary angiography is a major consideration to reduce post-PCI thrombotic events.

25 Bridging therapy in patients treated with.Biguanides reduce hepatic glucose output and increase uptake of glucose by the periphery, including skeletal muscle. Although it must be used with caution in patients with impaired liver or kidney function, metformin, a biguanide, has become the most commonly used agent for type 2 diabetes in children and common diabetic drugs, metformin is the only widely used oral drug that.REVIEW Disease management Drug therapy in cardiac arrest: a review of the literature Andreas Lundin1*, Therese Dja¨rv2, Johan Engdahl3, Jacob Hollenberg4, Per Nordberg4, Annika Ravn-Fischer5, Mattias Ringh4, Susanne Rysz6, Leif Svensson4, Johan Herlitz7,8, and Peter Lundgren5 1Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Sahlgrenska Universitetssjukhuset, Per Dubbsga Gothenburg .