EMS Pharmacology Paramedic Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: etomidate: short acting hypnotic that produces rapid sedation with minimal cardiovascular or respiratory depression, diphenhydramine: contraindications include asthma, newborns/infants, pregnancy, and hypertension, atropine: inhibits acetylcholine and reverses muscarinic effects of cholinergic poisonings, rocuronium: antagonizes acetylcholine at the motor endplate, lorazepam: suppresses propagation of seizure activity produced by the foci in the cortex, thalamus, and limbic areas, glucagon: increases blood glucose levels by stimulating breakdown of stored glycogen to glucose and inhibiting glycogenesis, magnesium sulfate: smooth muscle relaxant that causes cns depression and blocks peripheral neuromuscular transmission, decreases acetylcholine release, and promotes ca+, k+, and na+ in and out of cells, adenosine: antidysrhythmic that slows conduction at the av node, restoring sinus rhythm , diazepam: inhibits gaba receptors in cns to reduce neuron excitability and raise seizure threshold, amiodarone: blocks sodium, potassium, and calcium chloride; prolongs action potential duration and delays repolarization, dopamine: catecholamine with alpha, beta, and dopaminergic effects which increases myocardial contractility and enhances cardiac impulse connection, succinylcholine: binds with cholinergic receptors on motor endplate to produce a phase 1 block manifested by muscle fasciculations, haloperidol: antagonizes dopamine 1 and 2 receptors, depresses reticular activating system and inhibits release of hypothalamic and hypophyseal hormones, ketamine: schedule iii drug that blocks pain receptors and minimizes spinal cord activity, affecting brain pathways between thalamus and limbic system