EPINEPHrine

EPINEPHrine is a topic covered in the Davis's Drug Guide.

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General

High Alert Medication: This medication bears a heightened risk of causing significant patient harm when it is used in error.

Pronunciation:
ep-i-nef-rin


Trade Name(s)

  • Adrenaclick
  • Adrenalin
  • Allerject Canadian Tradename
  • Anapen Canadian Tradename
  • Anapen Junior Canadian Tradename
  • AsthmaNefrin
  • Auvi-Q
  • EpiPen
  • Primatene Mist
  • S-2 (racepinephrine) Canadian Tradename
  • Symjepi
  • Twin-Ject

Ther. Class.
antiasthmatics
bronchodilators
vasopressors

Pharm. Class.
adrenergics

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General

High Alert Medication: This medication bears a heightened risk of causing significant patient harm when it is used in error.

Pronunciation:
ep-i-nef-rin


Trade Name(s)

  • Adrenaclick
  • Adrenalin
  • Allerject Canadian Tradename
  • Anapen Canadian Tradename
  • Anapen Junior Canadian Tradename
  • AsthmaNefrin
  • Auvi-Q
  • EpiPen
  • Primatene Mist
  • S-2 (racepinephrine) Canadian Tradename
  • Symjepi
  • Twin-Ject

Ther. Class.
antiasthmatics
bronchodilators
vasopressors

Pharm. Class.
adrenergics

See ophthalmic medications for ophthalmic use

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