Childsinitials ________ Weight ________ kg
Complete forall medications ordered.
Evaluation of Effect
Name, dose,route, frequency
Why is yourclient receiving this medication? What is the mechanism of action?
What needs tobe assessed before and after administration? What are possible side effects?What patient teaching is needed
Was the drug effective? How do you know? Provideevidence.
60.75 mg Daily SCH
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug.
81 milligrams per day.
Used to containfever, inflammation, hypertension, and hemorrhagic episodes in thepatient.
Aspirin inhibits the activityof the enzyme cyclooxygenase, thus preventing inflammation, pain, andfever.
Thepotential risk of pain and levels of bleeding is assessed beforeadministration.
Thepatient might be subjected to nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps,heartburn, and stomach acid secretion.
Thepatient is taught how and when to take medication.
Famotidine 8mg/ml suspension
6 mg G-TUBE BID SCH
Oral dosage of 40 mg per day.
To treat gastroesophageal reflux disease and stomachulcers.
H2receptors are stimulated to block theaction of histamine on parietal cells to reduce acid secretion into thestomach.
Monitor the signsof hypersensitivity reaction such as pulmonary symptoms and skinreactions.
Victims are subjected toanxiety, difficulty in breathing anxiety, and loosening of theskin.
The victims are made aware ofits side effects
10 mg/ml solution
12 mg, G-TUBE, 0600, 1800 SCH
20 mg to 80 mg for a single dose.
Totreat high blood pressure, kidney and liver disorders.
Inhibitsthe action of
Asses the fluid status, dailyweight, and condition of mucus membrane before and after administration.
Patients might experiencethirst, dizziness, muscle cramps, and peeing more than normal.
Patients are educated on thedaily dosage of the drug.
Levalbuterol tartrate 45 mcg/puff inhaler 90 mcgINH, RT BID SCH
1.25 mg to 2mg every four hours.
To preventwheezing, shortness of breath, and coughing.
The solution bind with beta-adrenergicreceptors to relax the airways, thus enhancing breathing.
Monitor the pulse rate of the patient.
Headache, dizziness, nausea, nervousness, andcoughing.
Teach the patient on the dosage of the drug and itsside effects.
Melatonin 5mgtab G-TUBE 2000 SCH
Neurology and Psychiatric drug.
3 mg to 6 mg in a day.
To prevent and contain sleepdisorders, headaches, and ulcers.
It causes drowsiness bylowering the body temperature to regulate the sleep-wake cycle.
The average hours of sleepthe victim gets.
Headache, dizziness, andnausea.
The patient is educated onits side effects.
Sennosides8.8mg/5ml syrup4.4 mg G-TUBE Daily SCH
2.5 ml to 3.5 ml in a day.
To treat constipation.
It has sennosides thatstimulate intestinal cells to keep water in the intestines.
Thenature of the intestines and state of the bowel.
Diarrheaand stomach cramps.
Makethe patient aware of its side effects
1 ml G-tube daily SCH
2 ml to 3 ml in a day.
To provide vitamins andminerals that are lacking in diets.
It affects the biosynthesisof various nutrients.
The range of vitamins presentin the victims body.
Constipation, diarrhea, andstomach upsets.
The patient should be told toavoid often use of salt substitutes in the diet.