Pain Meds

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Pain Meds
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2013-01-21 14:24:34
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  1. common opiod medcations (3)
    oxycodone

    hydrocodone

    codeine
  2. Medicatons that contain oxycodone (2)
    percocet (with acetaminophen)

    oxycontin (controlled release -- usually every 12 hrs)
  3. meds that have hydrocodone in them (2)
    lortab (with acetaminophen)

    vicoden (with acetaminophen)
  4. what med class is morphine?
    opiod
  5. use for narcan
    reverse opiate effects of narcotic overdoses
  6. nursing implications for narcan (3)
    response with IV is 1-2 min

    frequently reassess -- if narcotic lasts longer than narcan the resp. depression may return

    not effective for barbituates or other CNS depressants -- ONLY for opiods
  7. contraindications for NSAIDs (3)
    hx of GI inflammation, ulceration, bleeding

    pregnancy

    inc. risk of renal insufficiency in older adults
  8. contraindications with Aspirin (3)
    pregnancy

    hx of GI ulcer, bleeding disorders, PUD

    children with recent viral infection -- associated with Reyes syndrome
  9. SE of aspirin (3)
    increased bleeding potential

    epigastric distress

    tinnitus
  10. SE of NSAIDs (4)
    dyspepsia

    heartburn

    GI bleeding

    N/V
  11. med class of Fentanyl
    strong narcotic analgesic (Schedule II)
  12. SE of fentanyl (5)
    respiratory depression

    sedation

    constipation

    hypotension

    may mask sx of increased ICP

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