EMT-Basic --- Medications

Type the correct dosage given by EMT Basics according to the National Registry standards. (Rhode Island Protocol also included)
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Activated Charcoal
1 g/kg (or 0.5 g/lb)
Albuterol
2.5 mg of 0.083% solution (or 0.5 mL of 0.5% mixed with 2.5 mL of saline)
Albuterol (Infant <6 months)
1.25 mg of 0.083% solution (or 0.25 mL of 0.5% mixed with 2.5 mL of saline)
Aspirin
160-325 mg
Epinephrine (Adult)
0.3 mg
Epinephrine (Child)
0.15 mg (or 0.01 mg/kg)
Nitroglycerin
0.4 mg every 3-5 minutes (no more than 3 doses)
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Oral Glucose (Adult)
15 mg (or 1 tube)
Oral Glucose (Children)
3-4 mg (0.25% tube) ages 0-3; 7-8 mg (0.5% tube) ages 4-8; contact MC
Oxygen (BVM)
15 lpm (or max)
Oxygen (Nasal Cannula)
1-6 lpm
Oxygen (Nebulizer)
5-8 lpm (see albuterol and epinephrine)
Oxygen (Non-rebreather)
12-15 lpm
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