In this video we will learn about the emergency Drug injection adrenaline which is used during CPR and/or cardiac arrest including its dose, composition, action, working,side effects, precautions.
Hello friends welcome to iconos youtube channel injection adrenaline is a life-saving drug used in emergencies injection adrenaline belongs to the class of medicine called vasopressors the other name of injection adrenaline is epinephrine the composition of injection adrenaline is adrenaline bite rate injection adrenaline or epinephrine one is 2 000 solution for
Injection each ml is equal to 1 mg of adrenaline the roots of administration of injection adrenaline are intramuscular root subcutaneous root and intravenous root after dilution injection epinephrine works by expanding airway passages of lungs and by tightening blood vessels these effects can reverse severe low blood pressure wheezing severe skin itching hives
And other symptoms of severe allergic reactions severe allergic reactions which are life threatening like the allergies caused by foods insect bites and other allergens can be treated by using injection adrenaline injection epinephrine is used to treat cardiac arrest that is it is used in emergency known as systole during which heart stops beating injection
Adrenaline is also used to treat exercise induced anaphylaxis injection adrenaline is also used to stop superficial bleeding injecting injection adrenaline quickly improves breathing stimulates the heart improves blood pressure reverses hives decreases swelling in face lips and throat the side effects of injection adrenaline are fast or pounding heartbeat
Severe headache anxiety nervousness shakiness dizziness sweating pale skin nausea vomiting breathing difficulty chest pain fainting vision jesus confusion weakness or tremors etc inform your doctor if you are allergic to injection adrenaline’s composition inform if you have any cardiac conditions like coronary artery disease arrhythmias high blood pressure etc you
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Injection Adrenaline / Emergency Drugs / Action / side effects By ICU Nurse