Diazepam onset peak duration






Sedation Program, Department of Pediatrics

7/13/2014
01:34 | Author: Jessica Kelly

Can You Inject Diazepam
Sedation Program, Department of Pediatrics

Benzodiazepines (BNZs): Diazepam, Midazolam, Lorazepam The time of clinical onset and duration of action following single-dose. Administer, Dose, Repeat Dose, Clinical Onset, Clinical Peak, Clinical Duration.

*Lipid Solubility: (+) low, (++) medium, (+++) moderate, (++++) high Notes:

Ketamine noncompetitively blocks the N-methyl-D aspartate (NMDA) receptor, part of a class of glutamate receptors mediating excitatory neurotransmission. Ion fluxes and subsequent excitatory neurotransmission are inhibited.

*Lipid Solubility: (+) low, (++) medium, (+++) moderate, (++++) high.

Drugs used to make children sleep. Particularly effective for procedures requiring a high level of immobility.

The time of clinical onset and duration of action following single-dose administration is primarily related to lipid solubility.

Chloral hydrate, 2,2,2-trichloroacetaldehyde, is metabolized by the liver by alcohol dehydrogenase (AD) to trichloroethanol, the major active metabolite.

*Administer over ~2 min.

Drugs used to make children "more workable" and comfortable.

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Ranitidine

5/12/2014
01:28 | Author: Lauren Wood

Can You Inject Diazepam
Ranitidine

Route, Onset, Peak, Duration. P.O., 1 hr, 1-3 hr, 13 hr. I.V., I.M., Unknown Diazepam: Decreases diazepam absorption. Monitor patient closely. Glipizide: May.

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Antianxiety flashcards Quizlet

3/11/2014
03:42 | Author: Samantha Price

Can You Inject Diazepam
Antianxiety flashcards Quizlet

Onset: 30 minutes, peak: 1-2 hours, duration: 4-6 hours.    Diazepam (Valium): IM Dosing instructions, onset, duration, absorption. inject deep, slowly into.

may be taken with food, may be habit forming; drowsiness may worsen at beginning of treatment.

onset: 15-30 minutes, slow erratic absorption.

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use caution with activities requiring alertness until response to med is known, abrupt stop may lead to withdrawal : insomnia, irritability, nervousness, tremors, avoid alcohol, CNS depressants.

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inject deep, slowly into large muscle mass, onset: 15-30 minutes, duration: 60-90 minutes, slow erratic absorption.

dizziness, drowsiness, orthostatic hypotension, blurred vision, weakness, disorientation, visual disturbances.

onset: 30 minutes, peak: 1-2 hours, duration: 4-6 hours.

onset: 15-30 minutes, peak: 60-90 minutes.

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smoking may decrease effectiveness, avoid use with alcohol, CNS depressants.

may be taken with food, onset 30 minutes.

onset: 1-2 hours, peak: 30 minutes to 4 hours.

drowsiness, fatigue, ataxia, hypotension, paradoxic anxiety especially in elderly, orthostatic hypotension, blurred vision.

onset: 7-10 days, optimum effect in 3-4 weeks.

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full therapeutic response takes 2-3 days, may be taken with food, may be habit-forming: do not take for longer than 4 months unless directed, memory impairment is a sign of long-term use.

do not stop drug abruptly; may cause seizures, drowsiness may worsen at beginning of treatment, may produce emotional and or physical dependence D.

management of anxiety and treatment of alcohol withdrawal, IBS.

dizziness, drowsiness, orthostatic hypotension, blurred vision.

use caution with activities requiring alertnessuntil response to med is known, avoid alcohol, CNS depressants, and large amounts of grapefruit juice, use caution when changing postions because fainting may occur, especially in elderly, drowsiness may worsen at beginning of treatment B.

onset: 30 minutes, peak: 1-6 hours.

management of anxiety, irritability in psychiatric or organic disorders, preoperatively, insomnia, adjunct in endoscopic procedures.

management of anxiety disorders.

dizziness, drowsiness, pain at IM site, ataxia, disorientation.

treatment of anxiety, acute alcohol withdrawal, seizures, preoperative and skeletal muscle relaxant.

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Druglist generic notes onset duration flashcards Quizlet

11/20/2014
05:24 | Author: Samantha Price

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Druglist generic notes onset duration flashcards Quizlet

Onset 5 - 30 minutes, duration and peak effect vary by patient.    diazepam. onset immediate, duration 20-60 minutes.   .

onset immediate, half-life 10-12 seconds, administer into the medication port closest to the IV site followed by rapid flush of 20 mL saline, theophyllines and caffiene may block effects, dipyridamole and carbamazepine may potentiate effects.

onset 15-30 min, peak affect 1 hour, duration 12 hours.

onset 30-60 seconds, duration 3-5 minutes, give sedation agent prior to administration of paralytic None.

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onset immediate via IV, IN onset 1 - 5 mins, durration dose related usually <2 hours.

onset <1min, duration 20-45 minutes, give sedation agent prior to administration of paralytic.

onset immediate via IV, 2-5 minutes SL, duration 3-5 minutes IV, duration 30-60 minutes SL, decreases preload - use caution in inferior MI, ask patient if using ED medications.

onset 30-90 seconds IV, 10-20 minutes duration.

onset 1-4 minutes, peak afffect 5-10 minutes, mix 800 mg/500 mL for 1600 mcg/mL, ensure patient is on supplemental oxygen during administration.

onset immediate, duration 5-10 minutes, do not mix with sodium bicarbonate.

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onset immediate, duration 5-10 minutes, do not mix with sodium bicarbonate.

antidote is calcium chloride.

administer as soon as possible after exposure.

onset immediate via IV, peak 20 minutes, 4-5 hours, use caution in elderly, ALOC, patients in renal failure, and inferior MI.

effect is greater if patient has not vomited prior to administration onset immediate.

onset immediate, peak 3-5 minutes, duration 20 - 30 minutes, decrease doses with elderly patients.

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onset 30-60 seconds IV, duration 30-60 minutes, use with caution in children <2.

onset immediate, duration 5-10 minutes, using a 60 gtts set - 15 gtts/min = 2 mcg/min, 30 gtts/min = 4 mcg/min, 45 gtts/min = 6 mcg/min, 60 gtts/min = 8 mcg/min, 75 gtts/min = 10 mcg/min.

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onset 5-10 minutes IM, peak effect within 30 minutes, duration 1-2 hours, depletes storage of glycogen patient may become hypoglycemic again if patient does not eat or receive glucose.

onset immediate, duration is dependent on level of hypoglycemia, verify IV has good flow.

vasoconstrictors can cause major complications, onset - 3-5 minutes, duration up to 1 hour.

onset 5 minutes, peak effect 20-60 minutes, duration 2 hours IV, administer through separate IV line than other medications if possible.

onset is immediate, duration is 1-2 hours.

onset immediate, peak effect 5-7 minutes, duration 2-4 hours.

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