MEDICINE BLUE BOOK

Sixth Edition

Editors Willie T. Ong, M.D. Anna Liza R. Ong, M.D.

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net .. Inc...... Ong.... Willie T... 1997 Third Edition …………….... Copyright 2004 by Willie T.... the reader is advised to consult the package insert before using any therapeutic agent. A-2001-1096 ISBN 971-91562-6-0 Published by: Anna Liza R.... 2001 Fifth Edition ……………… 2003 Sixth Edition ……………… 2005 Technical Assistants: Grace Villablanca Layout Artist: Victor Santos Printed by: Cacho Hermanos.. However...... Ong and Anna Liza R.. Ong. orders and suggestions. Third edition Altapresyon at Tamang Pangangalaga sa Inyong Puso Legacy of Medicine: Interviews with Distinguished Filipino Internists Ideals and Inspirations for Doctors For comments... Philippine Copyright No. The authors and publisher disclaim responsibility for adverse effects resulting from omissions or undetected errors... Pines Corner Union Streets Mandaluyong City Also by Drs..D... as new data becomes available.. Ong. kindly call telephone number 831-9842 (Nita) or e-mail at willietong@netasia.D.. Ong: Cardiology Blue Book. 1995 Second Edition .. M. First Edition . there may be changes in treatment and drug use.D.... Therefore..accuracy of drug dosages and that these are compatible with the accepted standards of treatment at the time of publication. M.. and Anna Liza R... M. 1999 Fourth Edition …………….

. . Willie T. . Pulmonology . . . . Gastroenterology . . . .. . M. . Camilo C. . Advanced Cardiac Life Support 1 Acute Myocardial Infarction 4 Thrombolytic Therapy in MI 7 Unstable Angina 8 Congestive Heart Failure 9 Hypertensive Emergency 11 Supraventricular Tachycardia 12 Atrial Fibrillation 13 Premature Ventricular Contractions & Ventricular Tachycardia 14 Premature Atrial Contractions 16 Infective Endocarditis (Treatment) 17 Infective Endocarditis (Prophylaxis) 19 Acute Rheumatic Fever Treatment & Prophylaxis 20 Cardio-Pulmonary Clearance 22 Dyslipidemia with Lipid Lowering Drugs 24 Indications for Permanent Pacemaker Insertion 26 Hypertension 27 List of Antihypertensives & Cardiac Drugs 29 Low Molecular Weight Heparins for DVT & Unstable Angina 33 The Cardiac Patient with Other Medical Disorders 34 2. Banez. . .D. . M. . M. Bronchial Asthma 35 Drugs Used to Treat Asthma 36 Management of Chronic Asthma 39 Management of Acute Exacerbations of Asthma: Home Treatment 41 Management of Acute Exacerbations of Asthma: Hospital Treatment 42 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease 45 Tuberculosis 46 Antituberculosis Drug List 51 Pulmonary Embolism 53 Hemoptysis 54 Pleural Effusion and Thoracentesis 55 Anaphylaxis 56 Pneumothorax 57 Pneumonia 58 3.Table of Contents Abbreviations viii Contributing Authors Preface xi x 1. Ong. . Jr.D. . . . Roa.D. . Virgilio P. . Cardiology .

. . . . Montemayor. Cecilia S. . Nephrology . Elizabeth S. M. Clinically Useful Antibiotics 77 Antibiotic Drug List 81 Systemic Viral Infection 86 Acute Tonsillopharyngitis 86 Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever 87 Typhoid Fever 88 Malaria 89 Prevention of Malaria in Travellers 90 Leptospirosis 91 Schistosomiasis 92 Sepsis and Septic Shock 92 Lower Urinary Tract Infection 94 Pyelonephritis 94 Cellulitis 95 Meningitis and Encephalitis 96 Tetanus 98 Osteomyelitis 99 Peritonitis 100 Diverticulitis 101 Pelvic Inflammatory Disease 102 Pneumonia 102 Infective Endocarditis 102 Mumps 103 Varicella Zoster 103 Empirical Antimicrobials for Out-Patient Adults 104 Initial Antimicrobials for Acutely Ill Adults 106 Drug of Choice for Microbial Pathogens 108 5. . M.D. . . Infectious Diseases . Acute Renal Failure 112 Strategy for Removing Excess Fluid 115 .D. . Montalban.Peptic Ulcer Disease & Acute Gastritis 61 Upper and Lower GI Bleeding 63 Antiulcer Drugs 64 Hepatic Encephalopathy & Liver Cirrhosis 66 Abdominal Paracentesis 67 Viral Hepatitis 68 Acute Cholecystitis 70 Bacterial Cholangitis and Biliary Sepsis 71 Acute Pancreatitis 72 Acute Diarrhea with Mild Dehydration 74 Cholera with Severe Dehydration 75 Acute Intestinal Obstruction 76 4. . . .

. Poisoning and Drug Overdose: General Guidelines Acid Ingestion 173 169 . Chua. Hemorrhage Guide Intracerebral Hemorrhage 155 Subarachnoid Hemorrhage 156 Cerebral Thrombosis 157 Cerebral Embolism 157 Transient Ischemic Attack 158 Stroke In Evolution 158 Stroke in the Young 158 Seizures and Epilepsy 159 Brain Abscess 163 Myasthenia Gravis 164 Parkinson's Disease 165 Alcohol Withdrawal 167 Approach to Weakness 168 154 9. Go. Toxicology . . Kenneth Hartigan-Go. Rheumatology . .D. . M. M. Endocrinology . Carlos L. . . . . . Neurology . . . Ruby T. . . . . .D. M.D. . Approach to Type II Diabetes Mellitus 135 Diabetic Ketoacidosis / Hyperosmolar Coma Thyroid Storm 141 Hyperthyroidism 143 Hypothyroidism 144 Adrenal Insufficiency 145 130 140 7. Clemente M. . M. Amante.D. . . . .Chronic Renal Failure 116 Hypokalemia 118 Hyperkalemia 120 Hypocalcemia 122 Hypercalcemia 123 Hyponatremia 124 Hypomagnesemia 126 Hypermagnesemia 126 Nephrolithiasis 127 Dialysis 128 Dosage Adjustment of Drugs in Renal Failure 6. Cerebral Infarction vs. . . Osteoarthritis 147 Gouty Arthritis 148 Rheumatoid Arthritis 150 Systemic Lupus Erythematosus 152 8.

Final Pointers 206 Appendices 207 All About Drips 207 .D. .. Pregnancy and Hypertension 192 Pregnancy and Cardiac Disease 194 Pregnancy and Asthma 194 Pregnancy and Thyroid Disease 195 Pregnancy and Diabetes 196 Drugs Used in Pregnancy 197 12. M. Ong. Ruby T. Go. . Montalban. Cecilia S.. .. The Pregnant Patient with Medical Problems Camilo C. M. Roa.D. . . M.D. Nutritionist-Dietitians' Association of the Philippines Recommended Diet by Organ System 184 Diet Modifications and Food List 184 High Fiber Diet 184 Low Calorie Diet 185 High Calorie Diet 186 High Protein Diet 186 Low Protein Diet 186 Low Fat / Low Cholesterol Diet 187 Low Carbohydrate Diet 187 Low Sodium Diet 188 Low Potassium Diet 188 Low Uric Acid / Low Purine Diet 189 Nutritional Management of Diabetics and Renal Patients 189 11. Ong.. M. Nutrition .D.Alkaline Ingestion 173 Amphetamine / Metamphetamines 173 Anticoagulants 174 Diazepam 174 Digitalis / Digoxin 175 Ethanol 175 Hydrocarbon / Kerosene 176 Isoniazid 176 Narcotics 177 Organophosphates 178 Paracetamol 179 Phenothiazines / Neuroleptics 181 Salicylate / Aspirin 182 Tricyclic Anti-Depressants 183 10.D. M. Preventive Medicine & Adult Immunizations Willie T. 199 13. Willie T. Jr.

UP-PGH . FPSG. MD. Section of Rheumatology. MD. FPCP. FPCP. UP-PGH Virgilio P. Banez. FPRA Professor of Medicine.Additional Drug Lists: Pain Relievers / Laxatives / Antidiarrheals / Antiflatulents / Antipyretics / Hypnotics and Sedatives 211 Intravenous Fluids 214 Formulas 214 References 216 Contributing Authors Clemente M. Amante. Section of Gastroenterology. FPSDE Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine.

FPCC Cardiologist. Ong. Go. To address this. UP-PGH Willie T.. Department of Physiology. MD. FPCP. Chua. FPSN Associate Professor. UP-PGH Ruby T. I wrote the draft during my internship and completed the book during my first year of residency at Manila Doctors Hospital. Section of Endocrinology. MD. my utmost desire in sharing this book is to assist the many struggling doctors and nurses in our different training institutions. MD. FPCP. Department of Pharmacology. MPH. MD. the Blue Book contains several unique . MD. FPCP. FPSECP. UP-PGH Cecilia S. FPCP. MSCTM Associate Professor of Medicine. Section of Infectious Diseases. One of the biggest problems afflicting our country right now is the high cost of healthcare. MD Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. Section of Neurology. Montemayor. UP-PGH Kenneth Hartigan-Go.Carlos L. UP-PGH Preface to the Sixth Edition The year 2005 marks the 10-year anniversary of the publication of the Medicine Blue Book. FPSCOT Associate Professor. Even then. Section of Pulmonary Medicine. FPCP. UP-PGH Elizabeth S. UP College of Medicine Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. Section of Toxicology. Section of Nephrology. FPCCP Professor. Department of Physiology. Jr. UP College of Medicine Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. I had seen how hard and how unrewarding medical training can be. Montalban. Roa. MD. UP College of Medicine Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. Manila Doctors Hospital and Makati Medical Center Camilo C. I hope the Blue Book can be your friend and companion at some point in your career. FPNA Associate Professor of Medicine.

features: (1) cost-effective drug options are listed whenever possible and noted with a smile “☺” icon. I am also greatly indebted to several people in my medical education: Dr. Again. Anna Liza. Clemente Amante. for all her hard work in publishing this book. and Dr. Willie T. Sy. This edition presents major revisions and updates in all chapters. Abelardo. And to my wife. Romeo P. and (5) only those tests and drugs available in our local setting are included. Virgilio Banez. The latest guidelines (local ones if available) have been utilized. (3) the treatment regimens are generally listed according to importance. Ariniego. Nelson S. I humbly thank the Lord God for His guidance and inspiration. Carlos Chua. Dr. Ong ☺ + ± ABG Ac Ad lib AF AHA Association AMI infarction Abbreviations Amp Cheaper drug option AOG Add or with ARF With or without ARDS Arterial blood gas Ante-cibum. (2) priority laboratory exams to request are highlighted in bold. I would like to thank my parents. Dr. Juanita Tan Ong. which means that crucial treatment strategies are listed first and supportive treatments are listed last. (4) the dosages of drugs have been adjusted for the average Asian patient. I can accomplish nothing without Him but "I can do everything in Christ who strengthens me. before meals Ad libitum. Camilo Roa Jr. former Head of the Section of Cardiology at UP-Philippine General Hospital. Elizabeth Montemayor and Dr. Above all. for their selfless and untiring efforts in updating the text. Medical Director at De La Salle University Medical Center. my profuse thanks to Dr. past Chair of the Department of Internal Medicine at Manila Doctors Hospital. Mr. Dr. Dr." Thank you for reading and may God bless us always. Ruby Go. as much as ASA desired ASAP Atrial fibrillation American Heart ATS Society Acute myocardial BID BM BP Ampule(s) Age of gestation Acute renal failure Acute respiratory distress syndrome Aspirin or Acetylsalicylic acid As soon as possible American Thoracic Twice-a-day Bowel movement Blood pressure . for their wholehearted support in this endeavour. Cecilia Montalban. Kenneth Hartigan-Go. Dr. Finally. Dr. Rody G. Ong Yong and Mrs. Dr.

g.bpm BRP BUN BW C&S Ca CAD Cap CAPD CBC CBG CBR CHF Conc COPD CPR CRF CRI insufficiency CSA CVA CVP CXR d DAT DBP DDx DIC Beats per minute Bathroom privileges Blood urea nitrogen Body weight Culture and sensitivity Calcium Coronary artery disease Capsule(s) Chronic ambulatory peritoneal dialysis Complete blood count Capillary blood glucose Complete bed rest Congestive heart failure Concentration Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation Chronic renal failure Chronic renal HBT HCO3 HD HDL HGT HONC HPN HR hr HS IBW IE IHD I and O IM IU IV IVP J K Kg L or l LDL lpm LV LVH mcg Mg MI Min Mil MR MRI MS MVP Na NGT NH4 NSS NYHA OD OGTT OHA PAC Chronic stable angina Cerebrovascular accident Central venous pressure Chest X-ray Day Diet as tolerated Diastolic blood pressure Differential diagnosis Disseminated intravascular coagulation DKA Diabetic ketoacidosis DM Diabetes mellitus DOC Drug of choice DTR Deep tendon reflexes Dx Diagnosis DVT Deep venous thrombosis ECG or EKG Electrocardiogram EF Ejection fraction e. For example EMD Electromechanical dissociation ET Endotracheal tube FBS Fasting blood sugar g or gm Gram(s) GS Gram stain gtts Macrodrops + H Hydrogen ions Hepatobiliary tract Bicarbonate ions Hemodialysis High density lipoprotein Hemoglucotest Hyperosmolar non-ketotic coma Hypertension Heart rate Hour At night Ideal body weight Infective endocarditis Ischemic heart disease Input and output Intramuscular International units Intravenous Intravenous push Joules Potassium Kilogram Liter(s) Low density lipoprotein Liters per minute (Oxygen) Left ventricle Left ventricular hypertrophy microgram Magnesium Myocardial infarction Minute(s) Million Mitral regurgitation Magnetic resonance imaging Mitral stenosis Mitral valve prolapse Sodium Nasogastric tube Ammonium ions Normal saline solution New York Heart Association Once-a-day Oral glucose tolerance test Oral hypoglycemic agents Premature atrial .

after meals Peritoneal dialysis Physical examination Peak expiratory flow rate Penicillin Pulmonary function test Per orem. or Pts. under the Sn Sp SC STAT Supp Susp SVT Syr Tab TC TET TG TID TMP-SMZ TPAG Tsp 2-D Echo Tx u ugtt or ugtts UO UTZ VS w/ w/o WPW Wt tongue Sensitivity Specificity Subcutaneous Immediately Suppository Suspension Supraventricular tachycardia Syrup Tablet(s) Total cholesterol Treadmill exercise test Triglyceride Three times-a-day TrimethoprimSulfamethoxazole Total protein and albumin Teaspoon(s) Two-dimensional echocardiography Treatment Units Microdrop (s) Urine output Ultrasound Vital signs With Without Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome Weight . oral route Permanent pacemaker Insertion Proton pump inhibitor As needed Patient(s) Prothrombin time Partial thromboplastin time Propylthiouracil Premature ventricular contraction every Four times-a-day Radioactive iodine uptake Rheumatic fever Rheumatic heart disease Respiratory rate Right ventricle Systolic blood pressure Serum glutamictransaminase Serum glutamic-pyruvic transaminase Sublingual.Pc PD PE PEFR Pen PFT PO PPI PPI PRN Pt. PT PTT PTU PVC q QID RAIU RF RHD RR RV SBP SGOT oxaloacetic SGPT SL contraction Post-cibum.

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