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Oxymetazoline look for wrong answer- 2 weeks (should not take meds more than 3 days)
Fluticasone Effect: decreases inflammation (long term maintenance drug) SE: dry mucosa
Rifampin PT: Take on empty stomach PT: turns urine and secretions red/orange AE: hepatotoxicity
Tiotropium Class: Anticholinergic PT: 1-2 minutes between puffs Effect: dries up secretions
Metformin stop 24 hrs in contrast SE: GI discomfort
Pseudoephedrine Contra: cardiac disease AE: tachycardia
Guaifenesin PT: increase 8 glasses of water daily
Dextromethorphan For: dry cough
Propronolol Contra: bronchospasm patients for: respiratory issues (affects heart & lungs)
Prozosin for: peripheral edema Lab Values: liver enzymes, protein
Metaprolol Contra: Bradycardia PT: take w/diuretic
Izoniazid (INH) AE: peripheral neuropathy AE: hepatotoxicity PT: Take 1 hr before meals
Low Potassium 3.1
Glargine PT: take at night time PT: cant mix with anything
NPH Take 4 hrs later (8am then at 12pm) Peak: 4-12hrs Onset:1-2hrs
70/30 70 NPH/ 30 Regular
Diphenhydramine SE: can cause drowsiness
Montelukast PT: take at night to avoid exercise induced bronchospasms maintenance drug- not for asthma attacks AE: suicidal idealization
Mannitol increase urine output/polyuria Class: Osmostic Diuretic - treats ICP & IOP
Calcitrol For: parathyroid disease (hypo/hyperthyroidism) Vitamin D deficiency (hypocalcemia)
Predisone Inflammatory process will decrease PT: avoid ppl with respiratory problems
Hydrochlorithiazide increase K+ diet Contra: diabetes patient
Glipizide Action: works on pancreas
Nifedipine (calcium channel blocker) Bradycardia- slows HR SE: Hypotension
Valsartan ARB
Acetylcystine PT: dont take with other drugs & bronchodilators 5 min before Anidote for tylenol
Glucagon PT: family needs to know to give when pt is unconscious
Glucose PT: give subq
Fludrocortison Labs: calcium
Albuterol how to take- spacer -inhaler/nebulizer (wait 2 min for second dose
Exenitide PT: given 2 times a day with pen
PTU rapid pulse
Beta Blocker- African American take w/ diuretics
Propythioracil Action: makes it harder for the body to use iodine to make thyroid hormone
Potassium Sparing AE: Hyperkalemia PT: Avoid foods high in vitamin K
Levothyroxine Sodium increases palpitations Adverse: Tachycardia Diabetes meds can reduce effect
Lisinopril SE: irritating cough Class: ACE inhibitor
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