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2015 NCLEX Pharmacology GI Pharm
Cimetidine and Ranitidine (H2 Receptor Blockers)
H2 Receptor Blocker
Suppress Gastric Acid Secretion
Side Effects (All)
Side Effects - Cimetidine
Creates Protective Barrier
Require Acidic Environment
Give on Empty Stomach
Oral Suspension Available
May Decrease Absorption of Other Meds
Pancreatin, Pancrelipase (Pancreatic Enzymes)
Inactivated by Gastric Acid
24 Hour Fat Excretion
Take with Every Meal and Snack
Histamine H1 Receptor Antagonist
Weak Dopamine Antagonist
Nausea and Vomiting
Use Large Bore IV
Monitor for Tissue Necrosis
Activated Charcoal (Actidose)
Binds to Toxins
Give As Soon As Possible
Via Mouth or NG Tube
Do Not Administer with Antidotes
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