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an immunoglobulin (Ig), which contains antibodies to the Rho(D) antigen. prevents mom from developing antibodies against future Rh positive babies21500 international units (300 mcg), IM, atgestational week 26 to 28, or within 72 hours of birth of an RHo (D) positive baby. Rhophylac(R): 1500 international units IMUncommon and mild side effects, slight temperature elevation.not given to Rh positive women, previously immunized with RhoGAM, newborn.
Name: Jessica Velasquez (300 mcg), IV or IM, at gestational week 29 to 30; repeat dose within 72 hours of birth of an RHo (D) positive baby.BetamethasoneBetamethasone ValerateIf physicians expect that an infant is going to be born preterm, they can lessen these risks by injecting the pregnant mother with a drug called betamethasone.AdultDosage: 0.6-7.2 mg orally divided twice daily/four times daily or 0.6-9 mg/day intramuscularly each day divided twice daily.IM, POIncreased blood sugar level.Trembling, dizziness, weakness, fatigue, and fast heartbeat.Low potassium level, which can cause muscle pain and cramps.Skin changes, such as:Signs of infection, including: Mood and behavior changes.Menstrual changes, such as spotting or skipping a period.Systemic fungal infection.Hypersensitivity to betamethasone.Traumatic brain injury (high doses)Untreated serious infections.Administration of live, attenuated vaccines is contraindicated in patients receiving immunosuppressive doses of corticosteroids.FentanylSublimaze-pain control-sedation for invasive airway procedures2-20 mcg/kg/dose initially; 1-2 mcg/kg/hr maintenance infusion IV; discontinue infusion 30-60 min prior to end of surgery;limit total fentanyl doses to 10-15 mcg/kgfor fast tracking and early extubationIVCNS: altered mentationCardiovascular: bradycardia, hypotensionor hypertensionRespiratory: respiratory depression or arrestGI: nausea, vomitingother: skin rashes, urinary retention, pupil constrictionSignificant respiratory depressionAcute or severe bronchial asthma in an unmonitored setting or in the absence of resuscitative equipmentKnown or suspected gastrointestinal obstruction, including paralytic ileusHypersensitivity to drug or components of the formulationWithin 2 weeks of monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) useNubainNalbuphineModerate to severe pain10 to 20 mgIV, IO, SQ- Sedation- Dizziness- Nausea- Vomiting- Opiate withdrawalHypersensitivity to the drugOpiate dependenceRespiration depressionZofranOndansetronprevents nausea/vomiting by blocking serotonin peripherally, centrally, and in the small intestineAdults typically take one 8-mg tablet or rapidly disintegrating tablet or 10 mL of liquid twice a day.PO, IVheadache, dizziness, drowsiness, fatigue, constipation, diarrhea, bronchospasm, musculoskelectal pain, wound problems, shivering, fever, hypoxia, urinary retentionpregnancy (b), breast feeding, children, geriatric pts, granisetron hypersensitivityReglanMetaclopramineNausea and vomiting10mg Adult5mg Peds IV IMMetoclopramide: restlessness, agitation, extrapyramidal symptoms, sedation. Increased GI motility - do not use if suspected bowel obstruction.