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ATI pharm 3

NCLEX pharmacology

QuestionAnswer
Diuretic, used with increased ICP; oliguric phase of ARG; not used with CHF; check electrolytes MANNITOL
Treatment of choice for anthrax and UTI,no caffeine wtih this med. CIPROFLOXACIN
1ST GENERATION ANTIHISTAMINE, antiemetic sedative; hypnotic and an anticholinergic; used for the treatment of EPS; not in BPH, glaucoma, HTN, hyperthyroid BENADRYL
Used to increase WBC production NEUPOGEN (filgrastim)
Inhalation anesthesia that produces LOC , loss of all sensation, must be supported wtih respiratory and circulatory equipment HALOTHANE
Antiarrhythmic used to treat ventricular arrhythmias; watch for convulsions LIDOCAINE
Antiviral, antiinfective used in treating genital herpes, chickenpox, and herpes zoster ACYCLOVIR
B Vaccine given at birth; 1-2 months,6-18 months, contaidicated with allergy to bakers yeast HEPATITIS
Sulfate; a cardiac electrolyte, prevents seizures in PIH; watch DTR's MAGNESIUM
Slows the progression of immunologic diseases of RA and SLE PLAQUENIL (Hydroxychloroquine)
Anticonvulsant with gingival hyperplasia as side effects; give IV only with saline, teach needs Ca and Vit D DILANTIN
Titrated by PT and INR, teach to report signs of bleeding and need for lab work; vit K is antidote COUMADIN
Antiviral drug given ost commonly to people with HIV AZT
Narcotic antagonist that can be given via ETT; also down the ETT NEAL, narcan, EPI, atropine, lidocaine NARCAN
Common pre-op, cant see, can't pee, no stool, no drool ATROPINE
tricyclic anitdepressant, blocks the reuptake of monoamine neurotransmitters norepi and serotonin; used in depression and bipolar disorders, anticholinergic effects/sedation ELAVIL (amitriptyline)
K+ sparing diuretic ALDACTONE (spironolactone )
Antitussive, increases viscosity of secretions CODEINE
Removes K+ from the intestine KAYEXALATE
Used to treat anemia; monitor H/H, sub Q or IV PROCRIT (epoetin alfa)
Aminoglycoside ATB, kills bacteria in the intestisnal track; keeps ammonia levels low and prevents hepatic encephalopathy, nephrotoxic; used to decrease risk of infection during surgery of bowel NEOMYCIN
1st generation cephalosporin; more effective against gram negative and anaerobes; more able to reach CSF; monitor for bleeding tendencies and cross allergy to pcn KEFLEX (cephalexin)
RX Migraines by vasoconstriction IMITREX (Sumatriptan)
Created by: xraynurse