IVP

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farevalo2
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IVP
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2012-10-02 02:09:07
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IVP meds exam 2
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  1. advantages of IVP meds?
    • direct access
    • emergency access
    • instant antidotes
    • high drug conc route
    • control of rate admin
    • for IM/SQ that cannot be diluted and irritate
  2. disagvantages of IVP meds
     
    • rapid absorption- no recall
    • speed shock
    • extravasation
    • must be given slowly
    • drug interactions- incompatabilities
  3. protonix (pantoprazole)
    • anti-ulcer
    • proton pump inhibitor
    • d/c acid production in stomach, allows esophagus to heal (GERD)
    • infuse: 40mg/ 10 mL over 2 mins
    • SE: N & V, gas, stomach pain, h/a, i/c risk of bleeding w warfarin
  4. drugs diluted with NS?
    • Pepcid (famotodine)
    • Protonix
  5. protonix labs?
    • INR, PT if pt on coumadin
    • assess apigastric pain, occult blood in stool
    • LFT
  6. Reglan (metoclopramide)
    • antimetic
    • blocks dopamine receptors, i/c gastric emptying
    • 5mg/1min
    • SE: EPS, pseudo-parkinson, fever, ALOC 
  7. labs for reglan?
    not for hx of seizures
  8. SoluMedrol (methylprednisolone)
    • anti-inflammatory
    • immunosuppressant
    • corticosteroid
    • 10-40mg in 1-3 mins
  9. Pepcid (famatodine)
    • histamine 2 antagonist/ blocker
    • decrease aci in stomach
    • tx ulcers
    • 20mg/2min
  10. Lasix (furosemide)
    • loop diuretic
    • inhibits reabsorption of Na+ and Cl- in loop of henle
  11. SoluMedrol SE?
    thromboembolism, depression, d/c wound healing, fluid retention, muscle weakness, HTN

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