Can you name the Thera2-AFDrugs?

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Term for A. Fib that has no termination despite attempts.
Digoxin's IV or PO maintenance dose is: ____ - ____mg daily. (enter as # - #)
T or F: Dabigitran has drug interactions with: amiodarone, rifampin, and other thrombolytic agents.
Digoxin works by slowing conduction through the AV node and also has a _____ inotropic effect.
Brand Name Adenosine
Metoprolol's IV dosing is: ___mg at 1mg/min x 6 hours.
T or F: Digoxin's therapeutic uses include being used in combo with amiodarone in patients with HF.
Ibutilide V-W Classification: Type____
Verapamil's PO dosing of SR formulation is: ___-___mg daily (enter as # - #)
Phase where calcium influx is the major movement and is also the 'plateau phase'
Brand Name Propafenone
Flecainide is indicated for use in only _______ AF/AFL.
Dronedarone V-W Classification: Type____
Verapamil V-W Classification: Type____
Amiodarone's oral dosing is _____mg/day for 1 week, then 400mg/day for 1 month, then 200mg/day for maintenance.
Propafenone's PO dose is: ___-___mg/day. (enter as # - #)
In pregnancy, ____ is recommended in women who become hemodynamically unstable.
Phase where calcium influx is major movement.
Brand Name Amiodarone
T or F: Sotalol's class III effects are best seen at a low dose.
Diltiazem V-W Classification: Type____
Brand Name Digoxin
Brand Name Ibutilide
Digoxin's adverse effects include all of the following except: (a) edema (b) diarrhea (c) N/V (d) visual disturbances
Amiodarone's conversion from IV to PO: if on IV < ___ week, load with oral followed by maintenance.
Heart related side effects of Amiodarone include: __________ and AV block; it also may be considered proarrhythmia.
Diltiazem's side effects include: dizziness, headache, and ___ block.
Flecainide's 'pill in pocket' dosing is: ___-___mg PO x 1 dose for cardioconversion. (enter answer as # - #)
What is the most common symptom of atrial fibrillation?
Digoxin's IV or PO loading dose is: ___mg every 2 hours up to a max of 1.5mg.
Brand Name Diltiazem
Adenosine's is contraindicated in all of the following except: (a) AF (b) atrial flutter (c) VT (d) QTc > 440msec
Type I V-W drugs block ____ channels.
Flecainide is contraindicated in chronic sustained AF and ____ _____.
Propafenone's IV dose is: ___-___ mg/kg IV over 10-20 minutes. (enter as # - #)
T or F: Digoxin is NOT used in pregnancy.
Dabigatran's monitoring parameters are: ____.
T or F: Amiodarone's risk of bradycardia and AV is DECREASED when used concurrently with CCBs or beta-blockers.
Dofetilide's dosing for cardioconversion is ___mcg PO BID, which may be reduced to ___mcg PO BID if QTc prolongs. (enter as # , #)
T or F: Type 1c drugs extinguish the impulse to eliminate re-entry
Term for A. Fib that terminates spontaneously in < 7 days.
T or F: Sympatholytics used to be recommended in all patients undergoing cardiac surgery to prevent AF.
Dabigatran is a ______ inhibitor.
Adenosine V-W Classification: Type____
Type IV V-W drugs block ____ channels.
Sympatholytic's MOA includes _____ ventricular rate in response to atrial tachycardia.
Verapamil's PO dosing of regular release formulation is: ___-___mg TID (enter as # - #)
T or F: Amiodarone decreases the concentrations of warfarin, digoxin, class 1a agents, flecainide, phenytoin, and cyclosporine.
Phase where sodium influx is major movement.
Phase where sodium and potassium exchange is the major movement.
Which drug not classified in the V-W system is good for rate control?
T or F: Dofetilide must be started in the hospital.
Brand Name Verapamil
Ibutilide's contraindications are 'relative' regarding cardiac arrhythmias and ___ prolongation.
Clinically important side effects of beta blockers include: bradycardia and ________.
T or F: When taking Amiodarone, an ocular exam should be performed for a baseline and then if symptoms occur.
Which of the following is NOT an adverse effect of Propafenone: (a) bronchospasm (b) hypotension (c) VT (d) dizziness (e) fatigue
T or F: Dabigatran works by preventing thrombin-induced platelet aggregation and development of a thrombus by inhibiting conversion of fibrinogen to fibrin.
Dofetilide's main adverse effect is _______.
Type II V-W drugs are ________ and have some calcium channel blockade.
Dofetilide's main drug interaction is with _____.
Dabigatran's contraindications include: __________.
T or F: Flecainide's adverse effects include: aggravation of HF, blurred vision, hypotension, and VT.
CCBs major contraindication is ____ heart failure.
Which V-W classes are attributed to rate control? (enter as '___ and ___')
Adenosine's dosing is: __mg x 1 dose; can follow with 12mg IV if lower dose ineffective.
Brand Name Esmolol
T or F: Dofetilide prolongs refractoriness in atrial and ventricular tissue.
Term for A. Fib w/ an onset within 48 hours.
Propafenone V-W Classification: Type____
Type 1c drugs' MOA includes decreasing conduction velocity and _______.
Brand Name Dronedarone
Sotalol is contraindicated in asthma and renal impairment (CrCl < ___ mL/min)
T or F: Beta-blockers indirectly work on Ca channels to prevent re-entry into the cell.
Flecainide's IV dosing is: ___-___mg/kg IV over 10-20 minutes. (enter as # - #)
Brand Name Flecainide
T or F: Amiodarone does NOT require much monitoring.
Dabigatran's side effects include GI issues and increased risk of ______.
Sympatholytics work by _____ conduction velocity and automaticity.
Amiodarone should only be used for _____ control in patients unresponsive to other treatments.
Term for A. Fib that has 2+ episodes.
T or F: Amiodarone's rhythm control use pertains to pharmacologic cardio conversion.
T or F: Amiodarone is mostly Type III, but has properties of all V-W class types.
Adenosine works by producing a ____ AV block therefore breaking the re-entrant circuit.
Phase where potassium efflux is the major movement.
Esmolol's dosing is ______mcg/kg bolus, then ____mcg/kg/min and titrate to effect. (enter answer as # , #)
Brand Name Dofetilide
T or F: Amiodarone is contraindicated in pts with a QTc >440msec.
Sotalol V-W Classification: Type____
Ibutilide's adverse effects include: torsades de pointes and ________.
Sotalol's side effects include all of the following except: (a) hypotension (b) fatigue (c) bronchospasm (d) torsades de pointes
When taking Amiodarone, a chest x-ray and ECG should be monitored with a baseline and then ______.
Diltiazem's PO dosing is: ___-___mg TID or QID for regular release. (enter as # - #)
T or F: Anticoagulation therapy is NOT recommended throughout pregnancy for all patients.
T or F: Amiodarone can be used for both rhythm control AND rate control.
Amiodarone's conversion from IV to PO: if on IV > 1 week, start on _______ dose.
T or F: Dofetilide is contradindicated if QTc > 440msec
Ibutilide's main therapeutic use is ________.
T or F: Dabigatran's therapeutic uses include: anticoagulant, A. fib, DVT, PE prophylaxis, and stroke prophylaxis.
T or F: Dofetilide dosing needs to be adjusted for renal impairment.
Term for A. Fib that lasts > 7 days; no termination.
Metoprolol V-W Classification: Type____
Flecainide V-W Classification: Type____
An important side effect of Amiodarone is __________ pneumonitis
Brand Name Sotalol
Brand Name Metoprolol (extended release)
Sotalol's dosing is: ___-___mg/day PO (enter answer as # - #)
T or F: Sotalol is considered a 'mixed agent' and possesses some beta-blocking properties.
When taking Amiodarone, GI tract and TSH & T4 should be monitored with a baseline and then every __ months.
T or F: Dronedarone is used for rate control.
In pregnant women with AF, ___, CCB, or digoxin is recommended for rate control.
Adverse effects of verapamil include: ____ and hypotension.
Diltiazem's IV dosing is: load ___mg over 2 min, then 5-15mg/hr.
Amiodarone's MOA includes ______ refractory period and delaying repolarization by blocking K channels.
Antidote for Digoxin toxicity.
Esmolol V-W Classification: Type____
Ibutilide's dosing is: load __mg IV; may repeat in 10 min.
T or F: Patients with HF do worse on Dronedarone than Amiodarone.
Dabigatran's dosing is: ___mg PO BID.
Amiodarone's IV dosing is ____-_____mg IV bolus (10min), 1mg/min x 6 hrs, then 0.5mg/min thereafter. (enter answer as # - #)
When taking Amiodarone, skin and CNS should be checked at _____ visit.
A beta-blocker is most helpful in tachycardias resulting from abnormal _________.
Diltiazem's PO dosing is: ___ - ___mg daily for sustained release. (enter as # - #)
Propafenone's 'pill in pocket' dose is ____mg PO x 1 dose for cardioconversion.
Type III V-W drugs block ____ channels.
Verapamil's IV dosing is: load ___-___mg over 2 min then 5-10mg/hr. (enter as # - #)
Propafenone is contraindicated in patients with heart disease and should be used with caution in patients with _______
Which V-W classes are attributed to rhythm control? (enter answer as ___,____,___, and ____)
Brand Name Dabigatran
Dronedarone is contraindicated in patients with a QTc > ____ msec
T or F: Adenosine should be used with caution in patients with bronchoconstrictive or bronchospastic disease.
Dofetilide V-W Classification: Type____
Metorpolol's PO dosing is: ___-___mg BID. (enter answer as # - #)
Brand Name Metoprolol (regular release)
Amiodarone V-W Classification: Type____
T or F: Beta-blockers are only useful in ventricular arrhythmias.

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