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31. What are some signs of digitalis toxicity?

Anorexia, nausea, vomiting, arrhythmias, weakness, yellow vision, halos around lights, blurred vision

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32. What is the antidote for digoxin toxicity?

Digibind

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33. What common drug classes can precipitate digoxin toxicity?

Loop and thiazide diuretics

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34. What are the effects of alpha-1 activation by catecholamines?

Vasoconstriction of arterioles in skin, viscera, & mucous membranes and in veins.

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35. What are the effects of beta-1 activation by catecholamines?

Increased heart rate, contractility, and conduction rate. Renin release.

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36. What are the effects of beta-2 activation in the lungs and liver?

Bronchodilation & glycogenolysis.

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37. What are the effects of dopamine activation?

Renal blood vessel dilation.

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38. Which IV continuous drug is used to increase contractility without causing vasoconstriction?

Dobutamine (Dobutrex).