Doctor insights on:
Medicine For Adenosine Allergy
Rash and skin reacti: Allergic reaction are different then side effect. Skin reactions and rash are the most common. Wheezing and shortness of breath are side effects and could've serious. Heart block or very slow heart beats is a serious side effect but usually temporary and resolves after the effect of the medicine wears off ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
This is a good description of adenosine:
http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Adenosine ...Read more
Single dose: Adenosine is given as a single dose that may be repeated once. It is extremely short acting but has side effects. You may feel short of breath, hot and flushed, nauseated, dizzy, get a headache, have chest pain, or feel like you're going to have diarrhea. The side effects all improve in about 1 minute and generally are gone in ...Read more
Mitochondria: Rare genetic mitochondrial diseases can result in defects in ATP synthesis, resulting in muscle weakness and other symptoms. Nutritional supplements have been tried and some people think they help but there is very little evidence for this treatment. A good source of info is at http://www. Mda. Org/disease/mitochondrial-myopathies/causes-inheritance ...Read more
Cardiac arrhythmias?: I assume you're asking about cardiac arrhythmias? Lidocaine affects ventricular ectopy and has no effect on av conduction. It's was used for ventricular tachycardia and has largely been supplanted by amiodarone. Adenosine has no effect on the ventricles. It blocks av conduction. It's used to terminate supraventricular tachycardias. ...Read more
Vt: YesGet a more detailed answer ›
No interaction..: Not sure if this is what you meant to ask. But there is no known interaction between the two medicines. Also, the half-life (time it takes for half to disappear) of Adenosine is less than 10 seconds and thus not likely to cause much problem even if it does. Adenosine is usually given via IV push hoping to correct a specific heart arrythmia n it is gone in seconds/minutes. Ask again if u need to.. ...Read more
MPS: I believe you are referring to a myocardial perfusion scan, where technitium sestamibi 99 is the radioactive isotope that is injected intravenously so that images can can be taken of the heart at rest and 'stressed' or exercrsing -which brings us to the adenosine: a pharmacological agent used to 'stress' the heart instead of walking on a treadmill. Lexiscan is the stress agent of choice now. ...Read more
Av node reentry: Best to have ablation if you are having av node reentry tachycardia-i recommend cryoablation which is something I do very frequently. .. ...Read more
Local: Adenosine has a very short half life (only a few seconds). It is not in that sense a "circulating hormone". It's effects are mainly local and produced by cells, including heart muscle. It's production increases when there is need for increased circulation and blood flow to the heart, such as physical stress. ...Read more
When your body puts adenosine diphosphate and phosphate together to make energy, what is the process called?
Yes: In the proper setting.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Yes recent advances in understanding the relationship between Adenosine metabolism sakowicz-burkiewicz m, pawelczyk t (2011) j physiol pharmacol. 62 (5), 505-12. ...Read more
What medication does the ER administer during a severe episode of SVT caused by WPW syndrome? Adenosine is contradicted with WPW right?
WPW: Procainamide (pronestyl) given intravenously has been successfully used in such cases. Adenosine can be given as long as the qrs is narrow. Electric cardioversion can also be performed. Beta blockers can also be tried iv. In my experience, procainamide has been quite effective although it is an older medication. Ideally a cardiologist would be available to treat such a patient. ...Read more
Clarify: I am not sure what is meant by a canula in this context. ...Read more
Not that I'm. ...: Aware of. Ada deficiency is one of the causes of severe combined immunodeficiency (aka, scid). Paraganglioma has been specifically correlated with mutations in succinate dehydrogenase (sdh) mutations, and likely reflects a link between cell growth/fate specification, epigenetic control of gene expression and metabolism. ...Read more
Should people with COPD emphysema undergo adenosine scan to the heart when they had problems with the scan previously?
Probably not: But you don't say what problems they had so not really sure! ...Read more