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What must a complete drug order have?
Full name of patient, name of drug, dosage, route, frequency, date and time written and signature of prescriber
What meds are CNS depressants?
Benzos and Barbituates
What meds are diuretics?
Lasix, Furosemide, Bumetanide, Diuril, HCTZ, Triamterene
What meds are not put in a feeding tube?
Sublingual, buccal, enteric coated, sustained release, antineoplastics
Which route of med is given when patient is vomiting?
Safest med administration system?
Topical med rubbed into the skin and provides warmth from dilation of superficial blood vessels?
Which is true of metered dose inhalers?
Antiinflammatories available in MDI form
Nursing diagnosis for pain
Nur. Dx for ineffective tissue perfusion related to increased blood pressure
Nur. Dx for ineffective tissue perfusion related to cardiac arrhythmia
Nur. Dx for imbalanced nutrition
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