2002 drug hand book
An up-to-date nursing drug reference offering complete facts about current and new drugs on the market. Includes coverage of FDA pregnancy risk category, adverse reactions, incompatibilities, route, onset, peak and duration and chemical and therapeutic classes. Also includes an overview of pharmacology and drug formulas and calculations. Illustrations.
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Principles of Drug Administration
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acid Adults and adolescents Adverse Reactions CNS Advise patient anticoagulants antihypertensives arrhythmias Arthralgia beta blockers bleeding blockers candidiasis Capsules Category Chemical cause Caution patient Children ages Class and Category CNS depression constipation Contraindications Hypersensitivity creased DDSAGE ADJUSTMENT Decreased Diaphoresis diarrhea digoxin diuretics divided doses dizziness dyspnea edema EENT headache hepatic hydrochloride hypertension hypoglycemia hypokalemia I.M. INJECTION Adults I.V. INFUSION Adults Increased blood Increased risk Indications and Dosages Inform patient inhibiting Interactions Drugs leukopenia levodopa liver function test Maximum Mechanism of Action mg q.d. mg/day mg/kg/day nausea nephrotoxicity notify prescriber NSAIDs Nursing Considerations Onset Peak oral suspension orthostatic hypotension patient to avoid patient to notify patient to take Peak Duration phenytoin Possibly increased Pregnancy category pruritus q 12 hr q 6 hr rash renal RESP respiratory Route I Onset seizures serum SKIN sodium symptoms Tablets Adults tachycardia theophylline therapy tion toxicity treat Urge patient urine urticaria vomiting GU