quiz 1 medications

  1. BETHANECOL
    • give: urinary retention
    • a/p: hypotension, bradycardia, urinary blockage
    • teach: rise slowly, monitor blood pressure, heart rate, urine output
    • tr: urine output
  2. ATROPINE
    • give: treat bradycardia, preanesthetic, keep heart rate increased during anesthesia
    • a/p: tachycardia, hypertension, toxicity
    • teach: monitor heart rate, blood pressure
    • tr: normal heart rate, patient didn't die
  3. SUCCINYCHOLINE
    • give: muscle relaxer, conscious sedation, used to intubate
    • a/p: muscle pain, respiration, extended paralysis, temperature, hyperthermia, apnea, hyperkalemia, increased potassium levels
    • teach: monitor temperature, respirations, muscle pain, gag reflex
    • tr: intubation successful
  4. EPINEPHRINE
    • give: anaphylaxis, cardiac arrest
    • a/p: heart rate, blood pressure, blood sugar, respiration
    • teach: monitor blood pressure, heart rate and how to use
    • tr: open airway, heart rate and rhythm
  5. METOPROLOL
    • give: hypertension, decrease heart rate
    • a/p: monitor blood pressure, bradycardia, orthostatic hypotension
    • teach: monitor blood pressure, heart rate, signs/symptoms of orthostatic hypotension
    • tr: stable blood pressure, heart rate
  6. LEVODOPA/CARBIDOPA
    • give: Parkinson's disease
    • a/p: cognitive function, dyskinesias, hypotension, respiration, heart rate
    • teach: take with food, gradual improvemnet
    • tr: movement disorders
  7. PHENYTOIN
    • give: seizures/epilepsy
    • a/p: LOC, abnormal heart rate
    • teach: no alcohol, don't stop abruptly
    • tr: seizure management, serum blood draw for plasma levels
  8. BACLOFEN
    • give: muscle relaxer, decrease heart rate, blood pressure, respiration
    • a/p: respiration, lethargic, heart rate, blood pressure, drowsiness, dizziness, alcoholism
    • teach: limit alcohol use, don't stop abruptly
    • tr: muscle spasms decreased
  9. LIDOCAINE
    • give: local anesthetic
    • a/p: decrease respiration, blood pressure, heart rate, respiration, broken skin
    • teach: avoid broken skin, use gloves to apply
    • tr: area numb
  10. MIDAZOLAM, DIAZEPAM, LORAZEPAM
    REVERSAL: FLUMAZENIL
    • give: anesthetic, seizures, withdrawal
    • a/p: heart rate, blood pressure, LOC, respiration, unable to arouse
    • teach: addictive, 0 hazard activities
    • tr: decrease anxiety, restlessness, insomnia
  11. PROPOFOL
    • give: general anesthetic
    • a/p: cardiovascular, LOC, hypotension, low respiration
    • teach: rise slowly
    • tr: patient sedated
  12. CELECOXIB
    • give: arthritis pain
    • a/p: cardiovascular events, myocardial infarction, stroke, hypertension, kidney disease, monitor for bleeding
    • teach: monitor blood pressure, kidney functions, BUN + CR
    • tr: relief from arthritis pain
  13. ACETAMINOPHEN
    • give: pain relief/fever reducer
    • a/p: temperature, pain level, liver disease, alcoholism
    • teach: take as recommended, can cause liver damage if taken excessively, limit alcohol use, no more than 4000mg/day
    • tr: no fever/reduced pain
  14. SUMITRIPTAN
    • give: migraines
    • a/p: heart rate, blood pressure, pain, pregnant
    • teach: can cause chest pressure which is a normal side effect
    • tr: headache relieved
  15. NICOTINE (TRANSDERMAL) PATCH
    • give: decrease withdrawal symptom of nicotine
    • a/p: skin rashes, if patient is still smoking
    • teach: remove any patch before applying a new one
    • tr: decreased symptoms of nicotine
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necole418
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quiz 1 medications
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pharm test 1
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