Final Pharm - Nursing Implications (assssment/monitoring)

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Name #1 reson for resistant bacteria

poor handwashing habits by hospital staff

Name first sign of anemia

sore throat

How does a Hypoglycemic agent work?

lowers blood glucose level; an anti glycemic agent halts its further rise

Insulin types

prandiol=given with food
basal= doesn't need food

What is the drug of choice for penicillin-allergic patients

erythromycin

Name the 5 Steps of Nursing Process

1. Assessment
2. Nursing Diagnosis & Outcome Identification (document desired outcome)
3. Planning (identifying sig btwn drug knowledge and patient variables)
4. Intervention (max therapeutic effects, min adverse effects, education)
5. Evaluation (ongoing assessments and appropriate serial testing)

Patient's Rights of Drug Administration (6 rights)

*Correct patient
*correct drug
*dose
*route
*time
*documentation

Maximum safe dose based on child's weight.

(safe dose/kg) x (child's weight in kg)
remember 1kg = 2.2 lbs convert weight in lbs to kg
*25 mg/kg twice/day, for a 22 lb child = 25mg/kg x (22lbs/2.2) x 2 dose/day = 500 mg/day

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