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What is the purpose of an anticholinergic?
Secretion reduction
What is atropine sulfate?
A secretion reduction
What is glycopyrrolate?
An anticholinergic.
What is glycopyrrolate also known as ?
Robinul
What is scopolamine hydrobromide?
An anticholingergic
What is Droperidol?
Antiemetic?
What is another name for droperidol?
Inapsine
What is Zofran?
Ondansetron
What kind of drug is zofran?
Antiemetic
What is a nursing intervention for Zofran?
Ask pt to notify Dr if involuntary movement of eyes, face or limbs occurs
Possible headache constipation, diarrhea
What is metoclopromide?
Reglan
What kind of drug is reglan?
Controls nausea and vomiting
What are side effects of metoclopramide?
May cause drowsiness
Avoid ETOH
Ask pt to notify health professional if involuntary movements of the eyes occur
What is Phenegran?
Promethazine hydrochloride
What kind of drug is Phenergan?
Antiemetic
What does Phenergan do?
Treatment of motion sickness and prevention of nausea and vomiting
What is another name for Phenergan?
Promethazine hydrochloride
When is Phenergan used?
Adjunct to anesthesia
Side effects of Promethazine hydrochloride
May cause drowsiness
Use sunscreen due to photosensitivity
Be aware of orthostatic hypotension
avoid ETOH
Notify Dr if uncontrolled movements occur