Medication Nursing

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Medication Nursing
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Nursing 1117 Exam 3 Medications to know
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  1. Furosemide/ Lasix
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  2. Lopressor/ metroprolol
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  3. hydromorphone/ Diluadid
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  4. Toradol/ ketorolac
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  5. Codine
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  6. Fragmin/ dalteparin sodium
    • Class:Anticoagulant |  Blood Modifier Agent
    • Route: Subcutaneous

    Indication:Postoperative deep vein thrombosis

    Mech. of Action:low molecular weight heparin.antithrombotic properties which inhibits coagulation Factor Xa and thrombin by means of antithrombin,

    Major Adverse Effects:Hematoma, Injection site Injection site pain  Thrombocytopenia 

    Antidote: protamine sulfate
  7. protamine sulfate
    • Class: Antidote |  Heparin Antagonist
    • Indication:Toxicity of drug, Heparin
    • Mech. of Action:Protamine sulfate is a weak anticoagulant which acts as a heparin antagonist 
    • Major Adverse Effects:flushing, nauseam, vomiting, dyspnea, Bradyarrhythmia, Hypotension
    • antidote:none
    • Assessment: coagulation studies, such as heparin titration test with protamine, plasma thrombin time, blood pressure, heart rate
  8. Droperidol/ Inapsine
    • Class:Anesthetic Adjunct |  Antiemetic
    • Rout: Injection
    • Indication:Nausea and vomiting, associated with surgical or diagnostic procedures; Prophylaxis
    • Mech. of Action: selectively blocks postsynaptic alpha-adrenergic receptors. This action may cause vasodilation and hypotension;   causes a dose-dependent prolongation of the QT interval and has been associated with cases of serious arrhythmias 
    • Major Adverse Effects:Hypotension, Tachycardia, Somnolence, Postoperative, Anxiety, Dysphoric mood, Hyperactive behavior, Restlessness, Cardiac arrest, Prolonged QT interval, Torsades de pointes, Ventricular tachycardia, Anaphylaxis
    • Antidote:None
    • Assessment: post-procedural nausea and vomiting: improvement of symptoms12-lead ECG; prior to administration and 2-3 h after treatment completion, respiratory depression, vital signs including blood pressure, signs and symptoms of neuroleptic malignant syndrome
  9. Oxycodone
    • Class:
    • Opioid analgesics
    • Indication:
    • Moderate to severe pain; used for management of 
    • Meh. of Action:
    • exact mechanism is unknown
    • pure opioid agonist relatively selective for the mu receptor
    • actions similar to those of morphine

    • Major Adverse Effects:
    • Sweating, constipation, abdominal pain, Respiratoty depression, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, headache, hypotension, heart failure, cardiac arrest

    • Antidote:
    • Naloxone is the antidote indicated for severe toxicity (respiratory or CNS depression). 

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