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Atrial dysrhythmias quizlet pharmacology
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Pharmacology-Drugs for Dysrhythmias study guide by jennjenn75 includes 18 questions covering Atrial tachycardia - atria contracting at greater than bpm. prolong duration of the action potential, slow depolarization, prolong the refractory period in atria and ventricles; they block cardiac potassium channels. sinus rhythm resting HR Pharm causes: normal in sleep, increased vagal tone (athletes), vagal stimulation, inferior MI, sinus node disease .
ECG ECG - Atrial Dysrhythmias study guide by eblanchard07 includes 42 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and . Pharmacology Ch. Drugs for Dysrhythmias study guide by llhgrey includes 57 questions -ventricular tachycardia is more serious than atrial tachycardia. conversion of atrial fibrillation or flutter to NSR; maintaining NSR postconversion; suppression of fast or irregular ventricular rate that alters cardiac output;.
Learn ch 26 pharmacology dysrhythmias with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of ch in the SA node and spreading through the atria. Start studying Dysrhythmias pharmacology. what is the name of the class A drug that prolongs electrical stimulation and is used to treat ATRIAL FIBRILLATION. slow heart rate and conduction velocity to suppress dysrhythmias, main value to treat atrial dysrhythmias associated with HF, adverse effects include bradycardia . Start studying () Pharm Ch. 19 - Drugs for Dysrhythmias. which dysrhythmias are more serious? origination in the atria or ventricles? ventricles b/ c they are.