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Antihypertensive
Examples aldomet lopressor
Anticoagulants
Examples Heparin Coumadin, ASA
Antianginals
Examples Procardia Nitroglycerin
Antiarrehythmics
Lidocane
Atropine
Cardiotonics
Examples Digoxin
Diuretic examples
Lasix Bumex Hydrochlorathizide
Hemostatics
Vitamin K
Vasodialator
Nitroglycerine
Hypnotics sedatives
Dalmane Restoril Xanax
Tranquilizers/Antianxiety
Examples: Librium, Valium

(Think Things are very tranquil in the LIBRary.....also Tranquility is a VALuable thing to have)
Antipsychotic examples:
Haldol Thorazine
(Think Thorazine shuffle and HAL was a psychotic computer!)
Antihistamine example?
Benadryl
Muscle relaxant examples?
Valium L-Dopa Soma Librium
(Think It's Very DOPey to SnOre in the LIBRary)
Non Narcotic Analgesic/Antipyretics?
Tylenol ASA
Antiepileptics/Anticonvulsants?
Dilantin Phenobarbital Valium
ANTITUSSIVES?
Robitussin and Robitussin with Codeine
Bronchodialators/Expectorants?
Aminophyllin Theodur Brethine
Think THEODore Roosevelt had trouble BREaTHing
Pancreatic hormones?
Insulin Diabeta
Antacids examples:
Maalox and Mylanta
Examples of antineoplastics
Cisplatin (Platinol)
Cytoxin
5FU
Methotrexate
Adriamycin
Zolobex
Stool softener?
COLACE
Antianemic
FES04 EPO
Antisecretories anti ulcer?
Tagamet
Zantac
Prolosec
Antidiarrheal
Lomotil (Has atropine)
Antiemetic
Compazine
Kytril
Reglan
Zofran
Cathartic Laxative
Metamucil
MOM
Laculose
Magnesium Citrate
Antibiotic/anti infective
Penicillin ANCEF
Emetic
Ipecac Syrup
Steroids ?
Prednisone Hydrocortisone
NSAIDS
MOTRIN ALieve NAPARSYN ASA
IMMUNOSUPPRESSANT
Prograf Cyclosporine
Gastric acid pump inhibitor
Prevacid
Proton pump inhibitor
Nexium
Nursing indication antihypertensive
BP before medication
Hold for S BP of 100 or less
Instruct pt to change position slowly
Nursing indication for anticoagulant
Monitor blood work, bleeding
Anti anginal nursing consideration:
Access location, intensity of pain
Monitor BP pulse
SE Headache?
Nursing consideration antiarrhythmic
Monitor apical pulse before administration
Monitor EKG and BP
Nursing I Cardiotonic
Hold for Apical less than 60
Monitor lab values
Diuretic nursing I
Monitor I/O Weight Avoid giving at night Monitor electrolytes
NI Hemostatics
Monitor for bleeding, hematest tell pts to avoid trauma
NI Vasodialator
Vascular headache? Monitor BP prior to adm
NI Hypnotics sedatives
Supervise ambulation Avoid ETOH
NI Tranquilizers
Supervise ambulation - not operate heavy equipment - avoid ETOH
NI Antipsychotics
Administer with food milk full glass of water monitor for cheeking
NI Antihistamine
Fluid intake 1500 - 3000 ml
Inform of drowsiness -
sugarless gum for dry mouth
NI muscle relaxant
Supervise ambulation - drowsiness
NI Non narcotic analgesics
Monitor liver labs, monitor for tinnitus
NI Antiepileptics/anticonvulsants
Administer around the clock-do not stop abruptly - encourage oral care
NI antitussive
May cause drowsiness
encourage hydration
note color of sputum
NI bronchiodialators
Monitor BP and pulse before each dose - monitor pts with cardiac problems
NI Pancreatic hormones
Note BS if less than 60 notify MD
Antineoplastic NI
Inform pt of alopecia - Monitor wbc
NI antacids
Monitor for calcium effect - magnesium effect - shake suspensions before administering
NI antisecretories
Administer with meals - access elderly for confusion
Anticholinergic NI
Monitor I & O Pt may complain of dry cotton mouth
NI antidiarrheals
Access stools Bowel sounds skin turgor
NI antiemetics
Stay with pt that is vomiting violently - monitor hydration status
NI cathartics laxatives
Take on empty stomach - do not crush enteric tablets - access stool
Antibiotic NI
Determine if allergies
Obtain C&S
Emetic NI
If no vomiting in 20-30 minutes repeat dose max of 2 doses - do not give to unconscious patient
Antianemic NI
Take Vit C administer with a straw
Steroid NI
Administer with meals - do not stop abruptly - children should have growth evaluated
NSAIDS NI
Aaccess pain
May cause drowsiness
Use sunscreen for photosensitivity
Immunosuppressant NI
Monitor for nephrotoxicity
monitor for hepatotoxicity