Unit 1 Pharm Outline.docx - Key Terms Chapter 1 Compliance Medication Error Noncompliance Nursing Process Outcomes Prescriber Chapter 2 Adverse effects

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Key Terms Chapter 1: Compliance Medication Error Noncompliance Nursing Process Outcomes Prescriber Chapter 2: Adverse effects: Agonist Allergic Reaction Antagonist Chemical Name Contraindication Drug Drug classification Generic Half Life Medication Error Peak Level Pharmaceutics Pharmacodynamics Receptor Therapeutic drug monitoring Trade Name Trough Level Chapter 3: Active Transport Diffusion Neonate Older adult Pediatric Polypharmacy Chapter 4: Black box warning Controlled substance Culture Ethics Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act(HIPAA) Informed consent Narcotics Over -the -counter- Drugs Placebo Chapter 5: Adverse drug event Adverse drug reaction Allergic reaction Idiosyncratic reaction Medical errors Medication errors Medication reconciliation Chapter 6: Affective domain Cognitive domain Health learning Learning Psychomotor domain Teaching Chapter 7: Complimentary medicine Dietary supplement Herbal medicine Herb
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Objectives 1) Identify and discuss the five components of the nursing process. a) Assessment – assess the situation of the patient b) Diagnosis – nursing DX is how the patient response to the medical dx c) Planning – the goals and plan to get to the stated goals d) Implementation - action of the plan and goals e) Evaluation – did the plan work, were the goals met. If not what needs to be changed. 2) Discuss the rights related to safe medication administration. a) Right drug b) Right dose c) Right patient d) Right time e) Right route f) Right documentation g) Right reason h) Right response i) Right to refuse 3) Define the pharmacological concepts of a) Pharmaceutics: Preparing and dispensing medication i) The science of preparing and dispensing drugs b) Pharmacokinetics: Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, Excretion i) The study of what happens to a drug from the entry into the body until all metabolites have left the body.
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