Davis's drug guide for nurses
Provides concise, complete, and up-to-date profiles on the drugs nurses administer most often. Now in its third edition, this comprehensive reference has been expanded to cover 1,500 prescription and nonprescription drugs, and provides 52 drug classifications with general nursing implications for each classification. Offers many features and tips that make this guide especially helpful to nurses. Includes charts, appendix, and index.
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Administer Adults ADVERSE REACTIONS Advise patient agents alcohol analgesics anaphylaxis antihistamines Assess patient bleeding blood pressure bradycardia cardiac Caution patient Cautiously Children Contraindicated CONTRAINDICATIONS AND PRECAUTIONS course of therapy creased decrease Derm diarrhea digoxin drug dyspnea edema Effectiveness of therapy epinephrine Evaluation Effectiveness Half-life heparin hepatic Hypersensitivity hypertension hypoglycemia hypokalemia hypotension infections Info infusion Instruct patient INTERACTIONS Drug-Drug Knowledge deficit related Lab Test Considerations lactation leukopenia liver Metabolism Metabolism and Excretion mg/day mg/kg Monitor NaCl nausea notify physician NURSING IMPLICATIONS Assessment occur ONSET PEAK DURATION oral pain patient to avoid patient to notify patient to take Patient/Family Teaching penicillin PHARMACODYNAMICS PHARMACOKINETICS PHARMACOKINETICS Absorption phlebitis placenta Potential Nursing Diagnoses PRECAUTIONS Contraindicated Pregnancy Category prior REACTIONS AND SIDE regimen patient/family teach related to medica renal ROUTE AND DOSAGE safety not established serum side effects soln strated symptoms Therapeutic Effect throughout course throughout therapy tion regimen patient/family toxicity treatment urine vomiting