PDR Nurses Handbook
The PDR Nurse's Handbook gives users the full story from the nurse's perspective, on thousands of new and existing drugs. The Handbook is organized A to Z by generic name for quick look-up. The pharmacological information has been reviewed for accuracy. I.V. drugs are included. The Handbook is updated monthly on its companion Web site.
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Therapeutic Drug Classifications
Guidelines for specific nursing actions related to
Neuromuscular Blocking Agents
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absorption acid Action/Kinetics acute administration Adults alcohol allergic analgesic anaphylaxis anemia anorexia antihypertensive Antineoplastic arrhythmias arthralgia Assessment bleeding blood bradycardia breakdown by liver calcium cardiac cause chronic Classification Client/Family Teaching Contraindications Corticosteroids creased decrease depression diabetes diarrhea digoxin disease diuretics divided doses dizziness Dosage Drug Interactions dyspnea edema Erythromycin excreted fever gastric headache hepatic hydrochloride hypertension hypokalemia hypotension I T Effect impaired increased infections infusion inhibit inhibitors initial insulin Laboratory Test Interferences lactation leukopenia levodopa metabolism mg q mg/day mg/kg mg/kg/day Monitor muscle NURSING CONSIDERATIONS Administration/Storage onset Ophthalmic oral Outcomes/Evaluate Overdose Management paresthesia Pediatric phenytoin plasma levels Pregnancy Category Prophylaxis protein pruritus q 12 hr q 6 hr rash reactions reconstituted renal function Report respiratory seizures Side Effects sion skin sodium solution Special Concerns symptoms syndrome Tablets tachycardia theophylline therapy thiazide tion toxicity tract treatment ulcer urinary urine urticaria weeks