Care Plan Med Sheet - Nursing Care Plan NUR1022C...

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Nursing Care Plan NUR1022C Fundamentals - Spring, 2011 Medications Brand and Generic Name Classification Mechanism of Action Dose/Freq/Route Side Effects Rocephin Cephalosporin antibiotic Inhibits bacterial cell wall 1 g IVPB 5% D 100 Evevated liver ceftriaxone synthesis causing bacterial lysis. ml daily infuse over enzymes, rash, 60 minutes Nursing Implications inflammation Use caution in patients with known hypersensitivity to cephalosporins. Observe for signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis. Do not administer with aminoglycosides in same bag. (Wilson et al., 2010 p. 282-284) Brand and Generic Name Classification Mechanism of Action Dose/Freq/Route Side Effects Flagyl Azole antibiotic Exhibits antibacterial activity 500 mg IVPB NS hypersensitivity, metronidazole against obligate anaerobic 100 ml Q8H Candida overgrowth, bacteria. infuse over 60 ataxia, confusion, Nursing Implications minutes. alcohol toxicity. Discontinue immediately if symptoms of CNS toxicity develops. Monitor for seizures and peripheral neuropathy. Report appearance of candidiasis to physician promptly. (Wilson et al., 2010 p. 1012-1014) Brand and Generic Name Classification Mechanism of Action Dose/Freq/Route Side Effects Cubicin
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