For magnesium level 15 2 administer 2 grams of magnesium sulfate one 2 gram bag

For magnesium level 15 2 administer 2 grams of

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For magnesium level 1.5 - 2, administer 2 grams of magnesium sulfate (one, 2 gram bag) over a total of 1 hour For magnesium level greater than 2, recheck with AM labs if ordered. metoprolol (lOPRESSOR) IV solution 5-10 mg Do se: 5-10 mg Freq: EVERY 2 HOURS PRN Route: IV PRN Reason: high blood pressure Start 0751 End : 2041 Admln Instructions: For Systolic BP greater than 160 mmHg. Hold if heart rate less than 60 beats per minute. Metoprolol is the first choice for PRN BP medication. morphine sulfate (PF) injection 1-2 mg Dose 1-2 mg Freq: EVERY 2 HOURS PRN Route: IV PRN Comment: pain Start: 0753 End 07 49 Admin Instructions: **Look - Alike / Sound - Alike Alert Use Caution** oxyCODONE (ROXICODONE) immediate release tablet 5-10 mg Dose: 5- 10 mg Freq: EVERY 4 HOURS PRN Ro ute: PO PRN Reason: severe pain Start: 0748 En d: 2041 Admin Instructions: **Look - Alike / Sound - Alike Alert, Use Caution** potassium chloride 10 mEq in 100 ml IVPB Dose: 10-60 mEq Freq: PRN Route IV Printed by Page 3 of 5 0415(20 mEql at 8:36:05 AM
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PRN Reason: other PRN Comment: PIV potassium replacement Start: 0801 End: 0959 Ad m in In st ruc t ions : FOP. PIV USE Obtain order for more frequent potassium level checks in patients receiving diuretics or otherwise diuresing. Dse main lab for potassium levels unless otherwise indicated. For burn patients, no standing orders for potassium replacement in first 48 hours. Verify potassium replacement orders with practitioner and infuse only 10- 20 mEq at a time. Maximum infusion rates for PIV potassium chloride is 10 mEq/hr. Potassium less than 3: 60 mEq (six, 10 mEq bags over a total of six hours) potassium chloride IV Potassium 3 - 3.5: 40 mEq (four, 10 mEq bags over a total of four hours) potassium chloride IV Potassium 3.6 - 4: 20 mEq (two, 10 mEq bags over a total of two hours) potassium chloride IV Potassium 4.1 - 4.4: o mEq potassium chloride IV potassium chloride 20 mEq in 50 ml IVPB Dose: 20-60 mEq Freq: PRN Route: IV PRN Reason: other PRN Comment: CVL/PICC potassium replacement Start: 0801 End: 0959 Admin In struc ti ons : CENTRAL LINE/ PICC USE ONLY Obtain order for more frequent potassium level checks in patients receiving diuretics or otherwise diuresing. Use main lab for potassium levels unless otherwise indicated. For burn patients, no standing orders for potassium replacement in first 48 hours. Verify potassium replacement orders with practitioner and infuse only 10- 20 mEq at a time. Maximum infusion rates for CVL/PICC potassium chloride is 20 mEq/hr. Potassium less than 3: 60 mEq (three, 20 mEq bags over a total of 3 hours) potassium chloride IV Potassium 3 - 3.5: 40 mEq (two, 20 mEq bags over a total of 2 hours) potassium chloride IV Potassium 3.6 - 4: 20 mEq (one, 20 mEq bags over a total of 1 hours) potassium chloride IV Potassium 4.1 - 4.4: 0 mEq potassium chloride IV sodium bicarbonate 100 mEq in DSW 1,000 ml IVPB Dose: 100 mEq Freq: ON CALL Route : IV Start: 0600 End: 0959 Admin Instructions: Start at 125 ml/hr for 1 hour, then 75 ml/hr for 5 hours . On call to CT scanner Refrioerate.
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