Nursing2003 Drug Handbook
The only nursing drug guide organized by therapeutic class, this year's edition contains more than 900 entries and covers more than 1,000 generic and 3,500 brand-name drugs. It includes a CD-ROM that features 10 CE tests, 200 drug monographs and patient-teaching handouts, and a searchable listing of the top 100 drug interactions and appropriate interventions.
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General Information 1 Drug actions interactions and reactions
Drug therapy in children
Drug therapy in elderly patients
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ADVERSE REACTIONS CNS Advise patient Alert Beta blockers blood pressure bradycardia Capsules category C AVAILABLE cause cautiously in patients Children ages CNS depression Contraindicated in patients CONTRAINDICATIONS Contraindicated corticosteroids creased decrease diarrhea digoxin disease divided doses dizziness Drug-lifestyle dyspnea EENT EFFECTS ON LABTEST glucose headache Hematologic hepatic hydrochloride hypersensitive hypersensitive to drug hypertension hypoglycemia hypokalemia hypotension I.V. ADMINISTRATION Increased risk INDICATIONS & DOSAGES Instruct patient INTERACTIONS Drug-drug LABTEST RESULTS leukopenia liver function test MAO inhibitors Metabolic mg daily mg I.M. mg INDICATIONS mg P0 mg/kg mg/ml ml/minute Monitor patient closely nausea notify prescriber NSAIDs NURSING CONSIDERATIONS Onset Peak Duration oral paresthesia patient to avoid patient to report patient to take patients hypersensitive penicillin phenytoin Pregnancy risk category Probenecid pruritus q 12 hours rash respiratory Route Onset Peak seizures Skin sodium tachycardia take drug theophylline therapy tients tion toxicity Unknown ADVERSE REACTIONS Unknown Unknown urine urticaria vomiting Warn patient