Welcome to the lesson on pharmacological tools. In this video, we'll briefly discuss pharmacological tools, table nine and the corresponding pls manual details medications. The use of any of these medications should be done within your scope of practice, and after thorough study of actions and side effects. Table nine provides only a brief reminder for those who are already knowledgeable in the use of these medications. Further, table nine only contains pediatric dosis indications and routes of administration, intravenous or interosseous for the most common als drugs. Although sided for reference, routine administration of drugs via an ET tube is discouraged.
Rapid access and drug delivery through an interosseous is preferred over at administration as drug absorption from 80 to route is unpredictable. This concludes our lesson on pharmacological tools. Next, we'll review recognizing respiratory distress or failure.