Intravenous Medications: A Handbook for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals
Updated annually, this invaluable resource has been the preferred IV drug reference for over 30 years. More than 350 drugs are listed A to Z by generic name and cross-referenced by trade and generic name, so information on every drug is available in seconds. New monographs for approximately 10 IV drugs recently approved by the FDA provide the most current IV drug information, while hundreds of new and updated facts ensure that practitioners are kept up to date on every drug they're likely to administer.
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12 hours 24 hours acute agents e.g. allergic reaction anaphylaxis and/or anemia antibiotics ANTIDOTE arrhythmias aztreonam bivalirudin bleeding blood bone marrow bradycardia breast-feeding calcium cardiac cause caution in patients cimetidine cisplatin clinical COMPATIBLE concentrations conditions may apply Consult pharmacist CONTRAINDICATIONS decrease depression diarrhea digoxin diltiazem diluent diphenhydramine Discontinue disease docetaxel Dose Adjustments doxorubicin drug Drug/Lab Interactions dyspnea edema Elderly electrolytes etoposide excreted fenoldopam filgrastim filter fluid furosemide gemcitabine granisetron half-life heparin hepatic hypersensitivity hypertension hypotension increased indicated infections linezolid liver Maternal/Child mcg/kg/min metabolism methotrexate mg/kg mg/ml ml/hr Monitor nausea occur ondansetron oral overdose pain Patient Education PEDIATRIC DOSE pediatric patients phenytoin physician plasma platelet platelet count Precautions pregnancy pulmonary RATE OF ADMINISTRATION recommended Reduce dose renal function respiratory Resuscitate as necessary risk side effects single dose sodium solution specific symptoms tachycardia theophylline therapy toxicity treat treatment unlabeled urine USUAL DOSE vial vomiting Y-site