Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020988/001.

Names and composition

"PROTONIX IV" is the commercial name of a drug composed of PANTOPRAZOLE SODIUM.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020988/001 PROTONIX IV PANTOPRAZOLE SODIUM INJECTABLE/IV (INFUSION) EQ 40MG BASE per VIAL

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Answered questions

Order: Protonix 15mg/20ml. Give 15mg over 15 minutes IV infusion.?
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Ok, so you have 15mg in 20mL 15 minutes goes into 1 hr 4 times You want to give 20mL in 15 minutes 20mL x 4 periods of 15 minutes in an hour = 80cc/hr Answered by Albertha Fejes 1 year ago.

So what's your question? How many mg per minute? That's easy - 15! In the ER we IV PUSH protonix over 1 minute. Case closed! :) LOL Seriously... 15mg/15min = 1mg per min Answered by Kimberli Heims 1 year ago.


What are the 50 most common drugs used in the hospital?
Asked by Zena Droy 1 year ago.

Anyone who thinks that hospitals use Tylenol more than any other drug should go ahead and look at the contraindications of it. You will see that there are many, which is why hospitals prefer to use ibuprofen. (Good question, a few bad answers.) And , you're a crackhead Answered by Michele Heffington 1 year ago.

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thats alot.. how about #1 Tylenol... n mebe some others will be pain killers Answered by Maire Vaiko 1 year ago.

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IV infiltrated...am I getting the medicine?
I'm in the hospital right now and I have an IV in my hand. They have been pushing medicines like protonix, dilaudid and phenergan through it. I've also had fluids going for a few days. Today my hand started getting really swollen and when the nurse pushed in medicine it was painful.The nurse said she... Asked by Queenie Wasko 1 year ago.

I'm in the hospital right now and I have an IV in my hand. They have been pushing medicines like protonix, dilaudid and phenergan through it. I've also had fluids going for a few days. Today my hand started getting really swollen and when the nurse pushed in medicine it was painful. The nurse said she thinks it has infiltrated and the medicine isn't going in my vein. My question is, if the medicine isn't going into my vein, am I still getting it. Basically the medicine is just going into my body, but not the actual blood stream. Is the medicine still effective if it's not pushed directly into your vein? Sorry I know it sounds confusing, but I hope someone can help! Answered by Gregory Ehn 1 year ago.

no it accumulates at that site in the tissues. won't circulate in the body. Answered by Claudette Ryun 1 year ago.


Does anybody know drug Pantoprazole?
im trying to find the answer on internet and in the book, so please only those who know this ?s answer please do replay Asked by Buddy Rarick 1 year ago.

I need to know if it can be given intravenously infusion in a drip, and what is the duration of action? how long does it work when its given, how much do you give to a patient who is not eating due to peptic ulcer, how many times a day can/need to give it? can Ranitidine also be given in infusion for peptic ulcer? is that appropriate? Answered by Irvin Codding 1 year ago.

that is pepsid. and ya rantidine can be given iv. My hospital usually uses protonix iv for that type of thing, but A ulcer can take a couple of weeks to completely heal. Answered by Golda Darsi 1 year ago.

Pantoprazole is a proton pump inhibitor. It act by selectively inhibiting H+/K+ - ATPase in the secretory canaliculus of the stimulated parietal cell, and thus reduce gastric acid secretion. One dose is effective in controlling gastric acid secretion for 24 hours. It is effective in treating erosive esophagitis and duodenal and gastric ulcers. It is also effective as adjunctive treatment with antimicrobials in patients infected with Helicobacter pylori. Pantoprazole has been shown to control acid production in Zollinger-Ellison syndrome. Patients with long term aspirin (for preventing ischemia) sometimes also advised to take pantoprazole. Some people also take it in common acidity. Answered by Eula Shrake 1 year ago.

a drug used to lower the acid in the stomach read the link provided Answered by Matthew Burnet 1 year ago.


Could I have Cellulitis in my arm? I left the hospital twos ago on antibiotics?
prednisone and protonix. I finished the antibiotics two days ago and I noticeds that what was once a tightness where the iv went has now turned into two stiff fingers. small rashes going up my right arm, tingling and pain in the elbow and shoulder? The little rashes sort of tingle and burn too. I'm going to the... Asked by Illa Defosse 1 year ago.

prednisone and protonix. I finished the antibiotics two days ago and I noticeds that what was once a tightness where the iv went has now turned into two stiff fingers. small rashes going up my right arm, tingling and pain in the elbow and shoulder? The little rashes sort of tingle and burn too. I'm going to the doctor in the morning but I've had some family members suggest that I go to the hospital tonight. I can't r afford the hospital sized bill though. Answered by Lamar Dawley 1 year ago.

you have phlebitis in your arm vein -- could be simply the result of chemical irritation of the vein (from whatever was infused into it) BUT much more likely you have INFECTION -- septic phlebitis. You do need to see the doctor immediately in the morning -- if you develop a fever at any time tonight - go IMMEDIATELY to the ER. This can become life threatening if left unattended. Answered by Agnes Gaufusi 1 year ago.


What can cause hicupping and vomiting?
For a long time now, my father has been having these symptoms. He is in the hospital now. He has discovered that he did have a stroke at one time or another. He also has infection in his blood that he is being given strong antibiotics for. He had bypass surgery in the past and has been checked to see if the valve... Asked by Claude Tempelton 1 year ago.

For a long time now, my father has been having these symptoms. He is in the hospital now. He has discovered that he did have a stroke at one time or another. He also has infection in his blood that he is being given strong antibiotics for. He had bypass surgery in the past and has been checked to see if the valve is alright and it is. The whole time(3 weeks now) that he has been in the hospital, he has not been able to keep his food down. He starts hiccupping and then has to vomit. They talked about a light that could be ran down his throat . It could show what's wrong. They have seen from the echocardiogram that there isn't an upper blockage. His heart doctor is concerned about his having that procedure since he is a heart patient. Before, he was only being given antibiotics, but now he also has fluids(intravenous) being administered and also oxygen. He didn't have this until after his echocardiogram. I'm afraid he is doing worse. When he does go home, how will he be able to take the hiccups and vomiting and won't it make him dehydrated? Shouldn't they try to find out the cause of that, before sending him home and what could be the cause? That plus being dizzy and disoriented was the cause for being put in the hospital. Answered by Alica Wilcox 1 year ago.

The antibiotics could be causing an uproar in his stomach by producing more acid. Acid can make you vomit, can make you burp. If he has reflux of the acid, he can have heartburn, chest pain, vomiting, belching, sore throat, etc. His doctors should have a handle on things, but maybe ask if he could have some IV Protonix or something like that, which is a proton-pump inhibitor, which helps to shut off some of the acid producing pumps in the stomach. The test down his throat you were talking about, I think what you were describing is an upper endoscopy, which would show if he has an ulcer or acid reflux. The hospital's main concern though it sounds like is his heart, which is the more pressing concern. Speak up to the doctors if you have a concern though, don't assume the hospital staff is reporting to him everything that's gone on, just to be safe. Answered by Tennie Talamentez 1 year ago.

i'm so sorry=/ the hospital should take care of it. good luck. :] Answered by Leonila Ginty 1 year ago.


Iv just found out im pregnant and im wonder what meds i can take?
I just found out i was pregnant and i take lorazapam, citolpram and protonix can i still take these while pregnant Asked by Daysi Schiedler 1 year ago.

You need to ask your doctor this question honey. Not us. You can call your doctor's office and ask. Answered by Jan Verbeck 1 year ago.

You should call your physiscian (who prescribed the meds) asap and ask them what to do. They may ask you to stop or reduce the dosage thru the first trimester. I was watching an interview on CBS or ABC where the doctors were recommending not to drop the anti-depressant altogether. Whatever you do, do it under your doctor's supervision. Good luck! Here is some info I found (follow the links) on the meds you talked about. lorazapam can cause fetal defects if taken in first trimester. citolpram is a class C drug which means that it is not known if it has an effect on fetal development. It looks better than Iorazapam. The effect of Protonix and other proton pump inhibitor on fetus is not well known. But some doctors prescribe it in 2nd and 3rd triemster. Answered by Scot Amison 1 year ago.

Call your doctor immediately and ask him if these meds are safe during pregnancy. Then, make your appointment with the ob/gyn. Ask the nurse to tell the ob/gyn that you are currently taking the following meds and your doctor said they are fine. Ask if you should change anything before your appointment. If there is a concern, the doc may want to see you immediately. Don't change your drug regime until you've spoken to one doc or the other as some drugs require a weaning off rather than cold turkey. Answered by Jesusa Haas 1 year ago.

Call your doctor and ask him/her today. They'll tell you over the phone even before your first pregnancy appointment. Some meds are very dangerous to take while pregnant so don't lag on making the call. Congratulations on the pregnancy too! Answered by Stephane Thillet 1 year ago.

Your best bet would be to contact your prenatal doc to see what they recommend..my doc gave me a "safe list" and advised me to only take the things on the list..so ask your doc and be careful. Congrats on the good news of being pregnant :-) Answered by Jermaine Tomczak 1 year ago.

does you're doctor know you are pregnant? do not take anything until the doctor knows you are pregnant. the only thing you can take is tylenol. Answered by Ocie Fonner 1 year ago.

only you Dr. or local pharmacist can answer this. BUT YOU OB?GYN is the best choice ! call him Answered by Pasty Gartman 1 year ago.

you should call your doctor and ask them...good luck Answered by Shawanda Dickens 1 year ago.


Is acidity and gas causing my chest discomfort or something else?
They claim they do not hear wheezing so they did not do a chest x-ray. The internist said it was bronchitis but never listened to my lungs. The ER doctor said it is terrible gastro-esophageal reflux disease. Asked by Rigoberto Lowndes 1 year ago.

Hello. For the past week I have had GERD issues such as heartburn, indigestion, gas and burping frequently. I have been a bit short of breath and also have chest discomfort. I find it to be a dull fullness in my chest it feels like something is there kind of like fluid. I burp and it helps some but the discomfort is steady. I have some phlegm and was treated with Bactrim (1 a day for 20 days) and I am taking Zantac, Mucinex, cough drops, and Zyrtec (for allergies/asthma. I went to ER twice this week and they did blood tests and ruled out infection. I had an EKG to rule out heart issues. They gave me a G.I. cocktail to numb the esophageal discomfort and heartburn as well as fluids and Protonix in the IV. I am now home and I am stil sick despite being on Bactrim for a week and taking Mucinex. I do not have a cough just this fullness and achy feeling in my chest, gas, gurgling stomach, difficulty breathing, and burping all day. Is this GERD, asthma or pneumonia? Could it be bronchitis? Answered by Lynsey Whisler 1 year ago.

Yeah..... acids..... Drink loads of water....... If you are staying up all night, stop doing so (or eat something at night)....... And the most important thing EXCERCISE. Go for a jog every morning. It will stop. Answered by Karleen Hechmer 1 year ago.

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What are your test results? All of these can mimic the other. If your doctors have done all these tests, how is it that they don't know what you have? What did they tell you? Answered by Dion Oleksy 1 year ago.


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