Medicines Used in Emergency
The aims of the study is to find the emergency medicines. The result Ine Epinephrine is a sympathomimetic, adrenergic group. Epinephrine effects can be seen in: Cardiovascular secondary hypotension, reversal epinephrine), gastrointestinal, uterine, bladder, respiratory, CNS, eye and metabolic processes. Clinical use can be seen in: Cardiovascular hypotension secondary, reversal epinephrine), gastrointestinal tract, uterus, bladder, breathing, CNS, eyes and metabolic processes. Stimulate the heart in patients with cardiac arrest and stop capillary bleeding. Ephedrine is a sympathomimetic, adrenergic class of drugs. The pharmacodynamics effect of ephedrine resembles the effect of epinephrine, the difference is that ephedrine is not a catecholamine, it is effective in oral administration, the duration of action is much longer, the central effect is stronger, but a much larger dose of epinephrine is needed, the difference being that ephedrine is not a catecholamine, it is effective in oral administration, its duration is much longer, the central effect is stronger, but a much greater dose is needed than the epinephrine dose. Like epinephrine, ephedrine acts on α, β1 and β2 receptors. The ephedrine cardiovascular effect resembles the effect of epi but lasts about 10 times longer.