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- U.S. Food and Drug Administration
- Emergency Drug & Their Actions List by WHO PDF
- Outline of emergency medicine
- Medical emergencies: the drug box, equipment and basic principles
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
January 1. Contents Reference Information. Termination of an EUA Declaration. Criteria for Issuance 2. Categories of Products. Preparedness and Response 2. Information Recommendations 3.
Office preparation is essential for the prompt recognition, and successful management, of medical emergencies that do arise in dental offices. Though most medical emergency situations can be successfully managed without the need for drug administration, for example, syncope and seizures, others do require their administration. Examples include bronchospasm, angina, hypoglycemia, and myocardial infarction. Some states are considering and implementing emergency drug and equipment lists for those dentists using local anesthesia. Following this will be items of secondary importance and drugs indicated for specific situations eg, sedation. Epinephrine represents the most important drug in the emergency kit.
Emergency Drug & Their Actions List by WHO PDF
Emergency drugs may be divided into two categories. The first category is drugs that are essential and should be part of every emergency drug kit. Thus, emergency drug kits will vary from office to office. A dentist trained to administer general and intravenous sedation with greater proficiency in venipuncture would have a more comprehensive drug kit than a dentist without such training. At the very least, a basic dental office emergency drug kit should contain the eight drugs summarized in Table 1. For the dentists with advanced training and skills in sedation and general anesthesia, the additional emergency drugs in Table 3 may be added to the drug kit.
General practitioners need the knowledge, skills, drugs and equipment may provide more advanced emergency management in their local hospitals. Consider and exclude drug seeking behaviour before administering opioids. Available at kirstenostherr.org [Accessed
Outline of emergency medicine
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The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to emergency medicine:. Emergency medicine — medical specialty involving care for undifferentiated, unscheduled patients with acute illnesses or injuries that require immediate medical attention. While not usually providing long-term or continuing care, emergency physicians undertake acute investigations and interventions to resuscitate and stabilize patients.
Medical emergencies: the drug box, equipment and basic principles
Jeffrey L. Segar, MD and Sarah B. Emergency drug doses. Stop infusion if HR is greater than bpm. Do not give intra-arterially.