Mosby's Pharmacology in Nursing
Mosby, 1986 - Medical - 1058 pages
Divided into two parts. Part I deals with the principles of pharmacology and their relationship to the nursing process. Part Two comprises broad pharmacologic units which focus on drug categories.
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Unit Tivo The Nursing Process and Pharmacology
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abuse acetylcholine acid activity adrenergic alcohol amphetamines analgesic anesthesia anesthetics antacids anticholinergic atropine barbiturates benzodiazepines beta blocking agents blood pressure bradycardia bronchodilation cardiac catecholamines cause cells clinical creased decrease diarrhea diazepam digitalis disease diuretics divided doses dopamine Dosage and administration Drug interactions drug therapy duration of action dysrhythmias edema enzyme epinephrine Excretion fibers fluid function gastric gastrointestinal half-life heart hepatic hormone hydrochloride hypertension hypotension increase Indications infusion inhibit injection insulin intravenous levels liver Mechanism of action medication membrane metabolism mg daily mg/kg Monitor morphine myocardial narcotic nausea nerve nervous system norepinephrine NURSING CONSIDERATIONS occur oral oxygen pain parenteral patient Pharmacokinetics Pharmacokinetics Absorption pharmacologic phenothiazines phenytoin physician plasma potential produce prolonged quinidine reactions receptors renal respiratory response result Rx Mechanism serum side effects Side/adverse effects CNS skin smooth muscle sodium solution stimulation symptoms tablets tachycardia theophylline therapeutic tients tion tissue toxicity tract treatment urine vasodilation vomiting