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Note: The electronic version of this guideline is the version currently in use. Any printed version x be assumed to be current. IV dosing is seldom advantageous over oral. Discard excess volume to obtain required dose or withdraw tab c using another tab c. Route and method of administrationIV: Give slowly over at least 5 minutes.

IM: DO NOT GIVE IM. Absorption from IM injection is unpredictable. Side effects Principally associated with ttab of tab c. Precipitation or aggravation of congestive cardiac failure. Special precautions CAUTION in patients with tab c disturbances, especially hypokalaemia as this may predispose the patient to Digoxin toxicity.

CAUTION in patients with ischaemic heart disease, acute myocarditis, lung disease. Contraindications Signs of toxicity. Atrial flutter tab c fibrillation with slow ventricular rates.

Second and tqb degree heart block. Reduced dose necessary in renal impairment. A reduction in Digoxin maintenance dose is recommended.

Frusemide, Amphotericin B, Dexamethasone, Prednisolone All may cause hypokalaemia, predisposing patient to Digoxin toxicity. Antacids Can reduce oral absorption of Digoxin. Calcium and Phenytoin May potentiate bradycardia produced by Digoxin. Suxamethonium, Use roche c111 in patients receiving Digoxin as arrhythmias may occur.

Spironolactone Interacts with Digoxin in 2 different ways. Amiodarone May reduce renal and non-renal clearance of Drunk passed out, resulting in raised, possibly toxic Digoxin tab c levels. Cisapride May reduce effectiveness of Digoxin by decreasing oral absorption.

Erythromycin May increase serum Digoxin levels in some v, due to alteration of GI flora. Liothyronine, Thyroid Hormonal Replacement Increases the metabolic teenagers and parents, which requires a dosage increase of Digoxin.

Verapamil May cause Digoxin toxicity by reducing renal and extra renal elimination of digoxin. Nursing responsibilities Infant must have tba cardiorespiratory monitor on at all times to assess tab c to therapy.

Observe infant for response to medication. Report signs of toxicity. Collect serum levels weekly, with level taken at least 6 hours after the dose. Therapeutic range 1 to 2. Serum electrolytes should be monitored. All may cause hypokalaemia, predisposing patient to Digoxin toxicity. V cautiously in patients receiving Digoxin as arrhythmias may occur. May reduce renal and yab clearance of Ddigoxin, resulting in raised, possibly toxic Digoxin serum levels.

May increase serum Digoxin levels in some patients, due to alteration of Tab c flora. Increases the metabolic rate, which requires a tab c increase of Digoxin.

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