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ACE inhibitors
Adenosine
Anaphylaxis
Antiarrhythmics
Antibacterials
Anticoagulants
Anti-fibrinolytics
Antifungals
Antiplatelet drugs
Anti-virals
Beta2 agonists
Ca antagonists
Corticosteroids
Erythropoietin
Fosphenytoin
Hydralazine
Immunosuppressants
Inotropes & vasopressors
Insulin
IV immunoglobulin
Labetalol
Mannitol
Metoclopramide
N-acetylcysteine
Nesiritide
Neuroleptic malignant syn
Nitric oxide
Nitroprusside
Proton pump inhibitors
Sedatives
Serotonin syndrome
Sucralfate
Suxamethonium
Theophylline
Vasopressin

This section covers:

  • Drugs commonly used in Intensive Care
  • Drug-induced clinical syndromes

Poisoning has now been moved into a separate section

 

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