Drug-induced cardiovascular adverse events in the intensive care unit.

@article{Kennelly2013DruginducedCA,
  title={Drug-induced cardiovascular adverse events in the intensive care unit.},
  author={Caitlin Kennelly and Diana Esaian},
  journal={Critical care nursing quarterly},
  year={2013},
  volume={36 4},
  pages={323-34}
}
Critically ill patients are at high risk of adverse drug events during their intensive care unit stay. Of the potential adverse drug events, those related to the cardiovascular system are particularly concerning. Common cardiovascular adverse drug events include drug-induced arrhythmias, drug-induced blood pressure abnormalities, and drug-induced heart failure. The specific drug-induced events to be reviewed include bradycardia, tachycardia, corrected QT interval prolongation, hypertension… CONTINUE READING

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The specific drug - induced events to be reviewed include bradycardia , tachycardia , corrected QT interval prolongation , hypertension , hypotension , and heart failure exacerbation .
The specific drug - induced events to be reviewed include bradycardia , tachycardia , corrected QT interval prolongation , hypertension , hypotension , and heart failure exacerbation .
The specific drug - induced events to be reviewed include bradycardia , tachycardia , corrected QT interval prolongation , hypertension , hypotension , and heart failure exacerbation .
The specific drug - induced events to be reviewed include bradycardia , tachycardia , corrected QT interval prolongation , hypertension , hypotension , and heart failure exacerbation .
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