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21 terms
Drugs for Medical Surgical Nursing 2015
PROPRANOLOL
METOPROLOL (Betaloc, Lopressor)
PSYLLIUM (Hydrocil, Metamucil)
LOVASTATIN
(C)Anti-hypertensive/-Anginal/-Dysrhythmic ... B-adrenergic Bloc…
(C) Anti-hypertensive/-anginal. B1adrenergic blocker... AE:Insom…
(c)Bulk forming laxative. For chronic constipation, UC, IBS.C…
(X) Antilipimec. Primary hypecholesterolemia, atherosclerosis…
PROPRANOLOL
(C)Anti-hypertensive/-Anginal/-Dysrhythmic ... B-adrenergic Bloc…
METOPROLOL (Betaloc, Lopressor)
(C) Anti-hypertensive/-anginal. B1adrenergic blocker... AE:Insom…
78 terms
Medical Nursing Drugs
Dog HR
Puppy HR
Toy Breeds HR
Most common cause of a heart murmur?
70-160 bpm
Up to 220 bpm
Up to 180 bpm
Valvular Heart Disease
Dog HR
70-160 bpm
Puppy HR
Up to 220 bpm
25 terms
Drugs and medications (Introduction to Nursing)
Acyclovir
Albuterol Inhaler
Alendronate
Allopurinol
-Brand Name: Zovirax... -Indications: Antiviral against Chicken…
-Brand Name: ProAir HFA... -Indications: Beta-2 Agonist for bron…
-Brand Name: Biosto, Fosamax, Fosamax Plus D... -Indications: Bi…
-Brand Name: Lopurin, Zyloprim... -Indications: Antigout and pre…
Acyclovir
-Brand Name: Zovirax... -Indications: Antiviral against Chicken…
Albuterol Inhaler
-Brand Name: ProAir HFA... -Indications: Beta-2 Agonist for bron…
25 terms
Drugs and medications 2 (Introduction to Nursing)
Cefazolin
Cefdinir
Cefepime
Cefixime
Brand Name: Ancef... Indications: Antibiotic ... Dosage: 250 mg to…
Brand Name: Cefzon ... Indications: Antibiotic... Dosage: PO: 300mg…
Brand Name: Maxipime ... Indications: Antibiotic ... Dosage: IV: 1-…
Brand Name: Suprax ... Indications: Antibiotic ... Dosage: PO: (wei…
Cefazolin
Brand Name: Ancef... Indications: Antibiotic ... Dosage: 250 mg to…
Cefdinir
Brand Name: Cefzon ... Indications: Antibiotic... Dosage: PO: 300mg…
15 terms
Medications/Drug Administration for Nursing Students
Give 3 conditions that will allow a Di…
What are the 6 rights of drug administ…
What are the 3 common sites for IM inj…
What needle size are commonly used for…
Successful completion of accredited course by a registered RT…
Right Drug, Right Dose, Right Client, Right Route, Right Time…
Usually on upper arm/thigh/buttocks
23 gauge
Give 3 conditions that will allow a Di…
Successful completion of accredited course by a registered RT…
What are the 6 rights of drug administ…
Right Drug, Right Dose, Right Client, Right Route, Right Time…
400 terms
Medical Nursing
The most appropriate solution to use a…
The most critical factor to expedient…
To calculate the quantity of food to a…
Which of the following values is a nor…
Physiologic saline
Exposure to air so that the area remains dry
5%
102 degrees Fahrenheit
The most appropriate solution to use a…
Physiologic saline
The most critical factor to expedient…
Exposure to air so that the area remains dry
15 terms
Medication Administration + Nursing Process of Drug Therapy
Assessment
Controlled-release
Dosage form
Enteric-coated
collection of pt data that affects drug therapy
PO tablet or capsule formulations that maintain consistent se…
form in which drugs are manufactured; includes elixirs, table…
coating of a tablet or capsule that makes it insoluble in sto…
Assessment
collection of pt data that affects drug therapy
Controlled-release
PO tablet or capsule formulations that maintain consistent se…
75 terms
Medication Administration and the Nursing Process of Drug Therapy
Which of the following is part of the…
After the formulation of nursing diagn…
A nurse is administering IV acyclovir…
Which organization is responsible for…
Answer: B, C, D, E
Answer: Planning
Answer: Run the infusion as directed (over one hour) and note…
Answer: The North American Nursing Diagnosis Association-Inte…
Which of the following is part of the…
Answer: B, C, D, E
After the formulation of nursing diagn…
Answer: Planning
35 terms
NURSING 245 DRUG INTERACTIONS, ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS, AND MEDICATION ERRORS
drug interactions
polypharmacy
Popenciative effect
inhibitory effect
can occur any time two or more drugs are taken
When people take multiple medications
intensification of teraputic effects-two drugs put together t…
decreased theraputic effect-putting two drugs together that d…
drug interactions
can occur any time two or more drugs are taken
polypharmacy
When people take multiple medications
86 terms
Chapter 3: Medication Administration and the Nursing Process of Drug Therapy
Assessment:
Controlled-release:
Dosage form:
Enteric-coated:
collection of patient data that affects drug therapy
oral tablet or capsule formulations that maintain consistent…
form in which drugs are manufactured; includes elixirs, table…
coating of a tablet or capsule that makes it insoluble in sto…
Assessment:
collection of patient data that affects drug therapy
Controlled-release:
oral tablet or capsule formulations that maintain consistent…
788 terms
Medical (Nurse)
Workers' Compensation Program
Withdrawal
White Blood Cells
Wheelchair Safety
State-mandated system under which employers assume the cost o…
Symptoms that occur after chronic use of a drug is reduced or…
Cells in the blood that fight infection; part of the immune s…
Guidelines, policies, procedures and rules intended to promot…
Workers' Compensation Program
State-mandated system under which employers assume the cost o…
Withdrawal
Symptoms that occur after chronic use of a drug is reduced or…
773 terms
Medical nursing
Why do we need Nursing Care Plans?
Three benefits of nursing care plans
What is the nursing process?
What are the four areas to a nursing p…
•Enable us to provide a high standard of care... •Enable a syste…
•Provide a structure to the process of planning the care for…
•Deliver care to our patients using a systematic approach of…
Assesment, planning, implementation and evaluation... this is a…
Why do we need Nursing Care Plans?
•Enable us to provide a high standard of care... •Enable a syste…
Three benefits of nursing care plans
•Provide a structure to the process of planning the care for…
91 terms
Nursing - Medications
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
What is involved in the absorption, di…
A client is ordered to receive an intr…
1 mL
Teratogenic
Pharmacokinetics
free of major blood vessels and fat. It is considered the saf…
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
1 mL
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
Teratogenic
26 terms
Nursing drugs
Phenytoin
Ranitidine... "Zantac"
Leviteracetam... "Keppra"
Dexamethasone
Emergency antieleptic, Prevents seizures post neurosurgery
Histamine H2 blocker for heartburn, stomach ulcers and hives
Antieleptic for seizures and neuropathic pain
Corticosteroid for brain swelling, respiratory disorders, ski…
Phenytoin
Emergency antieleptic, Prevents seizures post neurosurgery
Ranitidine... "Zantac"
Histamine H2 blocker for heartburn, stomach ulcers and hives
218 terms
Nursing Drugs
Dopamine
extravasation
Isoproterenol
Phenlephrine
low-dose dilates renal and coronary arteries... high-dose vasoco…
norepinephrine, epinephrine, isoproterenol, phenylephrine, va…
used for Torsades des pointes, heart block, ventricular arrhy…
treat hypotension... SA: HTN, tachy, dysrhythmias,
Dopamine
low-dose dilates renal and coronary arteries... high-dose vasoco…
extravasation
norepinephrine, epinephrine, isoproterenol, phenylephrine, va…
25 terms
Nursing Drugs
ending in: ase or plase
ending in: azole
beginning with: cef or ceph
ending in: micin or mycin
Thrombolytic. Clot buster. Side effects include hemorrhage, h…
Antifungal antimicrobial. Fungicide. Side effects include fev…
Cephalosporins. Antibiotic (r/t penicillins). Contraindicated…
Aminoglycoside. Antibiotic. Contraindicated in renal disease,…
ending in: ase or plase
Thrombolytic. Clot buster. Side effects include hemorrhage, h…
ending in: azole
Antifungal antimicrobial. Fungicide. Side effects include fev…
Nursing Drugs
Hydrocortisone
Paracetamol
Baclofen
Prednisolone
Available forms: tablet 4mg, 20mg; Vials: 100mg; Act-O vials:…
...
Class: Muscle Relaxant... Available forms: tablets 10/25mg & amp…
See hydrocortisone... Forms: 1mg, 5mg, 25 mg tablets, eye drops…
Hydrocortisone
Available forms: tablet 4mg, 20mg; Vials: 100mg; Act-O vials:…
Paracetamol
...
50 terms
Top 50 Drugs-Nursing
Albuterol Aerosol
(Ambien) zolpidem
(Ativan) lorazepam
(Avandia) rosiglitazone
Classification: Bronchodilator Beta 2 agonist... Therapeutic Eff…
Classification: Sedative / hypnotic ... Therapeutic Effects: Sed…
Classification: Antianxiety Sedative / hypnotic. Benzodiazepi…
Classification: Antidiabetic. Thiazolidinediones... Therapeutic…
Albuterol Aerosol
Classification: Bronchodilator Beta 2 agonist... Therapeutic Eff…
(Ambien) zolpidem
Classification: Sedative / hypnotic ... Therapeutic Effects: Sed…
60 terms
NURS 1130: Chapter 3: Medication Administration and the Nursing Process of Drug Therapy
assessment
controlled-release
dosage form
enteric-coated
collection of patient data that affects drug therapy
oral tablet or capsule formulations that maintain consistent…
form in which drugs are manufactured; includes elixirs, table…
coating of a tablet or capsule that makes it insoluble in sto…
assessment
collection of patient data that affects drug therapy
controlled-release
oral tablet or capsule formulations that maintain consistent…
97 terms
Nursing Drugs
Diazepam: action
Diazepam: indication
Diazepam: contradictions
Diazepam: side effects
Muscle relaxant used to treat anxiety
Anxiety, acute alcohol withdrawal, muscle spasm
Respiratory depression, compromised respiratory drive, myasth…
Drowsiness, over sedation, light-headedness, memory loss, hyp…
Diazepam: action
Muscle relaxant used to treat anxiety
Diazepam: indication
Anxiety, acute alcohol withdrawal, muscle spasm
27 terms
Medical- Nursing
Unlicensed personnel
O.B.R.A
Certified nursing assistant
Certified nursing assistant long-term…
Work under licensed nurses
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act; This act specifies that tr…
Often primary caregiver
Perform the same duties as in acute care, but also will have…
Unlicensed personnel
Work under licensed nurses
O.B.R.A
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act; This act specifies that tr…
48 terms
Nursing Drugs
CEF -
Ceph -
rifa-
sulf-
antibiotics (cephalosporins)
antibiotics (cephalosporins)
antituberculas
antibiotics (sulfonamides)
CEF -
antibiotics (cephalosporins)
Ceph -
antibiotics (cephalosporins)
60 terms
NURS 1130: Chapter 3: Medication Administration and the Nursing Process of Drug Therapy
assessment
controlled-release
dosage form
enteric-coated
collection of patient data that affects drug therapy
oral tablet or capsule formulations that maintain consistent…
form in which drugs are manufactured; includes elixirs, table…
coating of a tablet or capsule that makes it insoluble in sto…
assessment
collection of patient data that affects drug therapy
controlled-release
oral tablet or capsule formulations that maintain consistent…
Nursing drugs (Nursing Implications)
docusate sodium
acetylsalicylic acid or aspirin
ibuprofen
acetaminophen
Administer with full glass of water
Administer with full glass of water.... Instruct patient to rep…
Administer with full glass of water.... Administer with meal or…
Administer with full glass of water.... Administer with food or…
docusate sodium
Administer with full glass of water
acetylsalicylic acid or aspirin
Administer with full glass of water.... Instruct patient to rep…
332 terms
Medical Nursing
What type of details are recorded as "…
What type of details are recorded as "…
What does "TPR" stand for?
What does "NAF" stand for?
Attitude and Temperment
Weight
Temperature, Pulse, Respiration
No abnormalities found
What type of details are recorded as "…
Attitude and Temperment
What type of details are recorded as "…
Weight
110 terms
Nursing: Medications
Bumetanide
Bumetanide: Nursing Implications
Bumetanide: Side Effects
Bumetanide: Patient Teaching
Brand name: Bumex... Therapeutic Effects: diuresis and subsequen…
- monitor daily weight, intake and output ratios, amount and…
CNS: dizziness, encephalopathy, headache... EENT: hearing loss,…
- caution patient to change positions slowly to minimize orth…
Bumetanide
Brand name: Bumex... Therapeutic Effects: diuresis and subsequen…
Bumetanide: Nursing Implications
- monitor daily weight, intake and output ratios, amount and…
91 terms
Nursing - Medications
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
What is involved in the absorption, di…
A client is ordered to receive an intr…
1 mL
Teratogenic
Pharmacokinetics
free of major blood vessels and fat. It is considered the saf…
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
1 mL
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
Teratogenic
128 terms
Equine Medicine - Medical Nursing
Anatomy- Gastrointestinal
Anatomy - Teeth
How do you measure equine
What is similar about Equine and anoth…
Herbivore
Dental formula I3 C1 PM3 M3... (42 M&38 F) I3 C1 PM3 M3... -Wolf te…
Equine are measured by hands, each hand = four inches.... -Measu…
Just as Rats and Rabbits don not have a gall bladder neither…
Anatomy- Gastrointestinal
Herbivore
Anatomy - Teeth
Dental formula I3 C1 PM3 M3... (42 M&38 F) I3 C1 PM3 M3... -Wolf te…
91 terms
Nursing - Medications
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
What is involved in the absorption, di…
A client is ordered to receive an intr…
1 mL
Teratogenic
Pharmacokinetics
free of major blood vessels and fat. It is considered the saf…
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
1 mL
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
Teratogenic
19 terms
Medication Safety Guidelines-Class of Drugs/Nursing Chp. 3
Drug Actions
Drug Interaction
Drug Response
Drug Allergy
Admined to achieve desired therapeutic effect.
1 drug modifies action of another drug that has been given.…
Primary Response- Desired Effect.... Secondary Effect-May cause…
Adverse side effect that's undesirable and may have serious c…
Drug Actions
Admined to achieve desired therapeutic effect.
Drug Interaction
1 drug modifies action of another drug that has been given.…
85 terms
Bovine medicine - Medical Nursing
What is normal Temp for Bovine
What is normal Pulse and Respiration f…
The Anatomy of an Ruminant - Bovine
What type of diet for Bovine - Ruminant
99-102
Pulse = 60-70 bpm... Respiration = 30
Ruminants have 4 chamber stomach;... -Rumen, primary site for mi…
Herbivore
What is normal Temp for Bovine
99-102
What is normal Pulse and Respiration f…
Pulse = 60-70 bpm... Respiration = 30
42 terms
Medication Nursing
Absorption
Adverse drug effect
Allergic effect
Ampoule
process by which drugs are transferred from the site of entry…
undesirable effects other than the intended therapeutic effec…
immune system response that occurs when the body interprets a…
glass flask containing a single dose of medication for parent…
Absorption
process by which drugs are transferred from the site of entry…
Adverse drug effect
undesirable effects other than the intended therapeutic effec…
5 terms
Multiple drug medication for TB - Patient teaching, adverse effects, nursing implication.
Alerts
Drug to drug interactions
Nursing Implications (pt 1)
Nursing Implications (pt 2)
- Give on an empty stomach, 1 hour after or 2 hours before me…
- Aluminum-containing antacids should not be administered con…
****therapy must continue for 6-12 months, sometimes can go u…
monitor for side effects specific to various antituberculosis…
Alerts
- Give on an empty stomach, 1 hour after or 2 hours before me…
Drug to drug interactions
- Aluminum-containing antacids should not be administered con…
159 terms
Nursing medical surgical Cardiovascular assessment
afterload
AV node
cardiac outpur
cardiac stress test
the amount of resistance to ejection of blood... from the ventri…
located in right atrial wall near tricuspid valve
amount of blood pumped by each ventricle in liters per minute
used to evaluate function of the heart during a period of inc…
afterload
the amount of resistance to ejection of blood... from the ventri…
AV node
located in right atrial wall near tricuspid valve
45 terms
Nursing Drugs
desipramine
midodrine ... Amatine
moxifloxacin... Avelox, Moxeza, Vigamox
tacromilus ... Prograd, Protopic
Tricyclic Antidepressant ... Blocks reuptake of neurotransmitter…
Vasopressor; Orthrostatic hypotension adjunct ... Forms active m…
Fluoroquinolone; Antibacterial ... Interferes with bacterial DNA…
Immunologic agent; Immunosuppressant ... Inhibits T-lymphocyte a…
desipramine
Tricyclic Antidepressant ... Blocks reuptake of neurotransmitter…
midodrine ... Amatine
Vasopressor; Orthrostatic hypotension adjunct ... Forms active m…
28 terms
Chapter 3: Medication Administration and the Nursing Process of Drug Therapy
the "rights" of medication administrat…
right drug
right dose
right patient
...
...
...
...
the "rights" of medication administrat…
...
right drug
...
49 terms
Nursing Drugs
H2 Blocker
H2 Blocker
H2 Blocker
Antacid
ranitidine (Zantac)
famotidine (Pepcid)
nizatidine (Axid)
Magnesium hydroxide
H2 Blocker
ranitidine (Zantac)
H2 Blocker
famotidine (Pepcid)
30 terms
Nursing Drugs
desipramine
midodrine ... Amatine
moxifloxacin... Avelox, Moxeza, Vigamox
tacromilus ... Prograd, Protopic
Tricyclic Antidepressant ... Blocks reuptake of neurotransmitter…
Vasopressor; Orthrostatic hypotension adjunct ... Forms active m…
Fluoroquinolone; Antibacterial ... Interferes with bacterial DNA…
Immunologic agent; Immunosuppressant ... Inhibits T-lymphocyte a…
desipramine
Tricyclic Antidepressant ... Blocks reuptake of neurotransmitter…
midodrine ... Amatine
Vasopressor; Orthrostatic hypotension adjunct ... Forms active m…
72 terms
Nursing Medications
frusemide - drug class?
pantoprazole - drug class?
metformin - drug class?
celebrex - drug class and other name?
loop diuretic
anti-hypertensive PPI
hypo-glycaemic agent
anti-ulcerant
frusemide - drug class?
loop diuretic
pantoprazole - drug class?
anti-hypertensive PPI
91 terms
Nursing - Medications
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
What is involved in the absorption, di…
A client is ordered to receive an intr…
1 mL
Teratogenic
Pharmacokinetics
free of major blood vessels and fat. It is considered the saf…
A nurse is administering a subcutaneou…
1 mL
Drugs known to cause birth defects are…
Teratogenic
75 terms
Medical Nursing
MM & CRT tell you about:
4 techniques of physical exam:
Normal temp range for dogs and cats &…
Which can tech reach without a Dr: Hyp…
Blood pressure and circulation
inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation
99-103, average: 102.5
Hypothermia
MM & CRT tell you about:
Blood pressure and circulation
4 techniques of physical exam:
inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation
51 terms
Medical nursing
Exam
Submissive behavior
Managing the pets environment
Anthropomorphics
Midterm
An owner tells you that his dog Penelope knows she's done a b…
Shutting a particular door is a way to minimize inappropriate…
Accusing a pet of being vindictive, spiteful, jealous, or reb…
Exam
Midterm
Submissive behavior
An owner tells you that his dog Penelope knows she's done a b…
63 terms
Vaccines Lecture - Medical Nursing
What is a vaccine for?
Are vaccines 100% full proof of preven…
Polyvalent vaccines contain what antig…
Monovalent vaccines contain what antig…
To prevent a disease.... To stimulate antibodies to specific Ant…
No!... Only lesson clinical symptoms.
Good for many antigens.... DHLLP.... FeRCP.
Good for only ONE antigen.... Rabies.... FELV.
What is a vaccine for?
To prevent a disease.... To stimulate antibodies to specific Ant…
Are vaccines 100% full proof of preven…
No!... Only lesson clinical symptoms.
26 terms
Nursing/medical
Asepsis
Emesis
Intravenous
Pulse
Freedom from infection; methods used by health care workers t…
Vomit
Inside the vein
Heartbeat that can be felt, or palpated, on surface arteries…
Asepsis
Freedom from infection; methods used by health care workers t…
Emesis
Vomit
16 terms
Chapter 3: Medication Administration and the Nursing Process of Drug Therapy
What are the seven rights of medicatio…
What is something important to do when…
How many deaths occur each year in the…
What are some examples of medical erro…
dose, drug, patient, route, time, reason, documentation
ask them to repeat the order back to you
44,000-98,000
giving an incorrect dose, not giving an ordered drug, and giv…
What are the seven rights of medicatio…
dose, drug, patient, route, time, reason, documentation
What is something important to do when…
ask them to repeat the order back to you
76 terms
Chapter 3: Medication Administration & the Nursing Process of Drug Therapy
Assessment
Controlled-release
Dosage form
Enteric-coated
collection of patient data that affects drug therapy
oral tablet or capsule formulations that maintain consistent…
form in which drugs are manufactured; includes elixirs, table…
coating of a tablet or capsule that makes it insoluble in sto…
Assessment
collection of patient data that affects drug therapy
Controlled-release
oral tablet or capsule formulations that maintain consistent…
22 terms
ECG - Medical Nursing
What are the basic principles of Cardi…
What are the Leads of ECG
ECG Leads connections
Bipolar Lead System
-Forces moving **towards a Positive Electrode** cause upward…
-Leads of an ECG detect electrical activity in different plan…
Black lead to Left Front Leg. Black over White, like a newspa…
Bipolar Standards leads are;... A. Lead I; Right arm negative, L…
What are the basic principles of Cardi…
-Forces moving **towards a Positive Electrode** cause upward…
What are the Leads of ECG
-Leads of an ECG detect electrical activity in different plan…
20 terms
Chapter 3: Medication Administration and the Nursing Process of Drug Therapy
1. An infant's current weight indicate…
2. An 80-year-old patient with risk fa…
3. The physician orders potassium chlo…
4. You have received an order for a me…
A) The nurse... When giving medications, the nurse is legally r…
D) 0.5 mL... 5000 units/X = 10,000 units/1 mL.
B) 20 mL... 40 mEq/X mL = 10 mEq/5 mL.
C) Cheek... A medication that has been ordered to be administer…
1. An infant's current weight indicate…
A) The nurse... When giving medications, the nurse is legally r…
2. An 80-year-old patient with risk fa…
D) 0.5 mL... 5000 units/X = 10,000 units/1 mL.
22 terms
Fluids - Medical Nursing
What is animals water weight?
How do you assess dehydration? Part 1
How do you assess dehydration? Part 2
What is the dehydration rating? 4%
55-67%
History of animal;... Vomiting.... Diarrhea.... Not drinking or eating…
Physical Exam;... GI loss -vomiting and diarrhea.... Anorexia.... Hemo…
Skin Fold- 4,6,8 %;... 4% Dehydration - Not evident clinically.…
What is animals water weight?
55-67%
How do you assess dehydration? Part 1
History of animal;... Vomiting.... Diarrhea.... Not drinking or eating…
27 terms
Medical Nursing
4 major steps to nursing
importance of grooming
astringent
cryotherapy
-data collection... -interpretation... -implementation of a plan... -e…
-enhances sense of well-being... -recovers from illness more rap…
-removes moisture from the tissues... -promotes healing... -irritat…
-cold therapy that removes heat... -vasoconstriction, reduces po…
4 major steps to nursing
-data collection... -interpretation... -implementation of a plan... -e…
importance of grooming
-enhances sense of well-being... -recovers from illness more rap…
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