Pain- location, type, character, give dose before pain becomes severe Bowel status- constipation commonly use laxative if needed Safety: side rails up, night- light, call bell in reach Gradual withdrawal after long-term use OF 62 Teach patient and family to report change in CANS and allergic reactions Ethylene #3 Looked at as the three separate components Codeine; Page 324-326 Acetaminophen- Page 62-64 Caffeine Acetaminophen: Nonfood analgesic Use: mild to moderate pain or fever Codeine: opiate analgesic Use: Moderate to severe pain Caffeine: used to counteract the sedative of the codeine. RecommendedCodeine- MGM Acetaminophen- MGM Caffeine – 8 MGM POP/SUCCUBUS Acetaminophen: may block pain impulses peripherally. Does not possess ant inflammatory properties Codeine: depresses pain impulses at the spinal cord. Decreases cough reflex and GIG motility Acetaminophen: Drowsiness GIG bleeding Renal Failure Leukemia Interruption Hemolytic Anemia Thermodynamic Rash Hypersensitivity Occasions Anemia Jaundice CANS Stimulation Delirium Vascular collapse Coma Death Codeine: Sedation Lethargy Restlessness Hallucinations Hypertension Tachycardia Circulatory collapse Dry mouth Urine retention Respiratory paralysisDyspepsia Acetaminophen: Assess: Renal studies (BUN, urine creating, occult blood, albumin, presence of blood) Blood studies (COB Teach patient not to exceed recommended dosages Teach Patient not to use with alcohol Assess: Pain (intensity and location) Cough: type, duration, and ability to raise secretion Teach Patient to report any changes in CANS Teach patient and family that physical dependency may result after extended periods of use Assist with ambulation Safes: top bed rails, night light, call bell Heparin page 606-609 Anticoagulant, Anthropometric Recommended 18 international units/keg/hour- IV infusionEnhances the effects of antinomian Ill by preventing the formation of fibrin from forefinger and Thomson from proportion Fever, chills, head ache, Hematite, Hemorrhage, Theoreticians, anemia, Rash, Nonphysical Platelet count q-3 days Teach Opt to use soft bristle tooth brush to avoid bleeding of the gums Evaluate therapeutic response Teach opt to report any side effects.Solace Page 427 Laxative, emollient, stool softener Use: Prevent hard dry stools 50-MGM/day POP (sodium) MGM PRNG (calcium) ml Enema Increases water and fat movement through the intestines, allows for an easier passage of stool.
Bitter taste Throat irritation Anorexia Cramps Diarrhea Assess cause of constipation: identify whether fluids, bulk or exercise are missing from life style.Evaluate for decrease in constipation Teach patient about normal bowel movements Teach patient and family not to use in the event of abdominal pain, nausea and/ or vomiting AS page 145-148 Invidious analgesic Use: Mild to moderate pain and fevers 81 MGM POP- anticoagulation 325-MGM Carr PRNG Pain and fever Blocks pain impulses in the CANS reduces inflammation by exhibition of prostaglandin synthesis, antipathetic action result from vacillation of Raphael vessels, decreases platelet aggregation CANS: Seizures, coma C.V.: rapid pulse, pulmonary edema GIG: GIG Bleeding Intel: Rash Rest: Wheezing, Hyperfine Assess pain: character, location, intensity, ROOM before and 1 her after administering Assess Fever: temp. Before and 1 her after administering Hypothetical: Dark urine, clay colored stools, yellowing skin, itching , abdominal pain, fever, diarrhea if patient is receiving long tern-I therapy Teach patient to not exceed recommended dosages (acute poisoning may rest It) Teach patient to report any symptoms of hypothetical, renal toxicity, visual hanged, allergic reactions, bleeding Alienated Page-84 Bone reapportion inhibitor Recommended 1 0 MGM/day-POP Decreases rate of bone reapportion Bone pain Bone density test Teach patient to remain up right for 30 minutes to prevent esophageal irritation Calcium Carbonate page 223 Calcium supplement Recommended 1000-1500 MGM/day-pop Calcium Supplement Constipation Assess Calcium levels Teach patient to increase fluids to 2 L unless contraindicated Letterboxes page 71 3 Thyroid Hormone Use Hypothyroidism Recommended 25- 50 meg/ day titrate q-8 weeks POP Acts on Thyroid hormone receptors Anxiety Hypertension Assess BP and pulse during treatment Teach patient to report anxiety Ramping page 1023 Interventions Use Hypertension Recommended 2. -20 MGM/ day divided BID or daily POP lowers BP by dilating arteries Head ache Teach patient not to discontinue medication abruptly Assess BP Pantaloon page 924 Proton pump inhibitor Recommended 40 MGM/ day x 8 weeks POP Blocks final step of acid production Headache Abdominal pain Tech patient to report severe diarrhea Assess bowel sounds q ah Accelerometer Vitamin use: treat or prevent bone loss Recommended 400 to 1000 international units/day POP reverent bone loss nausea/vomiting constipation loss of appetite increased thirst increased urination mental/mood changes unusual tiredness Teach patient to take Accelerometer in the morning Patient should not chew or suck on pill Fluctuations Diva Inhaler corticosteroid Treatment of COOP Recommended 88-220 meg twice daily* Opens airways Ear, nose, and throat Pharynges Nasal congestion Sinusitis Nasal discharge Dysphasia Allergic rhinitis Oral candidates Respiratory Upper respiratory infection Influenza Teach patient about the administration Of the product and how to administer t Hydroxide Antihistamine used to control nausea and vomiting. Recommended 25 to 1 00 MGM IM Depresses subtropical levels of CANS Drowsiness, dry mouth.
Hypertension thickening of bronchial secretions Teach patient to avoid Driving and alcohol Teach patient not to discontinue abruptly Warning Anticoagulant Recommended 2. 5 MGM/ day POP or IV Interferes with blood clotting Fever Diarrhea hemorrhaging Teach patient to report and signs of bleeding Lactose syrup laxative used to treat constipation Recommended 15- 30 ml_/day POP Increases water and softens stool diarrhea gas nausea Assess stool and cause of constipation Acetaminophen Nonfood analgesic Recommended MGM- MGM POP Blocks pain impulse The reinforcements Of blood) Blood studies (CB) periods of use Seen insides A and B Laxative Used for the short-term treatment (usually less than one week) of constipation.