Adenosine is one of the scariest, and most amazing, drugs I’ve ever administered as a nurse. In this episode, you’ll learn the key things to know using the Straight A Nursing DRRUGS framework including:

  • Why adenosine is kind of terrifying to give
  • How adenosine works and what we use it for
  • How adenisone is administered
  • When adenosine is contraindicated and how to monitor a patient receiving this medication
  • Important drug-drug interactions
  • Adverse effects of the medication

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