OB_AquaMEPHYTON (phytonadione)

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AquaMEPHYTON (phytonadione) Routine use: Prevention and treatment of hypoprothrombinemia Treatment of Hypoprothrombinemia due to Vitamin K Deficiency Subcut, IM IV (Adults): 10 mg. PO (Adults): 2.5-25 mg/day. Subcut, IM IV (Children> 1 month): 1-2 mg single dose. PO (Children >1 month): 2.5-5 mg/day. Prevention of Hypoprothrombinemia during Total Parenteral Nutrition IM IV (Adults): 5-10 mg once weekly. IM IV (Children): 2-5 mg once weekly. Oral Anticoagulant Overdose Subcut IV (Adults): 2.5-10 mg/dose (rarely up to 25-50 mg has been used); may repeat 12- 48 hr after with oral route. Subcut IV (Children> 1 month): 0.5-5 mg. Prevention of Hemorrhagic Disease of Newborn IM (Neonates): 0.5-1 mg, within 1 hr of birth, may repeat in 6-8 hrs if needed. May be repeated in 2-3 wk if mother received previous anticonvulsant/anticoagulant/anti- infective/antitubercular therapy. 1-5 mg may be given IM to mother 12-24 hr before delivery. Treatment of Hemorrhagic Disease of Newborn
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2010 for the course NUR 2000 taught by Professor Rn during the Spring '10 term at Florida State College.

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