Intravenous Medications: A Handbook for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals
"Intravenous Medications" allows health care personnel to access accurate IV drug information in seconds. This new edition contains more than 900 new drug facts and sixteen new drugs that have been recently approved by the FDA. Overall, more than 300 drugs are presented alphabetically in a format known for its consistency, comprehensiveness, and convenience.
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12 hours 24 hours 30 minutes acid ACTIONS acute agents e.g. allergic reaction aminoglycosides anaphylaxis anesthesia antibiotics ANTIDOTE Notify antiemetics arrhythmias atropine barbiturates bleeding blood pressure body weight bone marrow bradycardia calcium cardiac cause cephalosporins CONTRAINDICATIONS creatinine decrease diarrhea diazepam digoxin diluent diphenhydramine discontinue the drug disease diuretics DOSE ADJUSTMENTS Reduce edema Elderly electrolyte epinephrine excreted extreme caution fluid furosemide further diluted heparin hepatic hypersensitivity hypertension hypoglycemia hypokalemia hypotension INCOMPATIBLE increased indicated infants inhibit injection lactation liver Maternal/child Metabolized mg/kg of body mg/ml Monitor nausea Note Drug/lab interactions Note Precautions notify the physician occur oral overdose pain Patient education PEDIATRIC DOSE phenobarbital phenytoin plasma platelet potassium potential Pregnancy Category pulmonary RATE OF ADMINISTRATION Reduce dose renal function respiratory depression Resuscitate as necessary Secreted in breast side effects single dose sodium solution specific symptoms tachycardia theophylline therapy tion toxicity Treat treatment urine USUAL DOSE vial vomiting