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Patients Name:

Sex:
Name of Drug
Generic Name:

Diagnosis:
Age:
Classification
Pharmacologic:

Date of Admission:
Height/Weight:
Indication
General:

Analgesic

Mechanism of Action
Action:
Binds to m-opioid receptors,
inhibits
reuptake of norepinephrine,
serotonin.
Reduces intensity of pain
stimuli incoming
from sensory nerve endings.

Patients Dose:

Therapeutic:

Pharmacokinetics:

Patients Indication:

50 mg IVTT q 6 H

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory
drugs

Absorption:
Rapid

Tramadol
Brand Name:
Ultram

Maximum Dose:
400 mg / day

Metabolism:
Extensive in liver to active
metabolites

Minimum Dose:

Excretion:
Urine

25 mg / day

Contraindication

Side Effects

Nursing Responsibilities
Before:

Precautions:

During:

Drug Interactions:

After:

Onset
Less than 1hr
Peak
2-3 hrs
Pregnancy Category:

Availability:

Category C

Tablets
Extended release
capsules
Extended release
tablets

Duration
9 hours
Drug half-life
6 7hrs

Route:
PO
Source:
Deglin, J. (2011)
Daviss Drug Guide
for Nurses (12th ed.)
Philadelphia, FA Davis
Company pp.116-118

Source:
Deglin, J. (2011) Daviss Drug
Guide for Nurses (12th ed.)
Philadelphia, FA Davis Company
pp.116-118

Source:
Deglin, J. (2011) Daviss
Drug Guide for Nurses (12th
ed.) Philadelphia, FA Davis
Company pp.116-118

Source:
Deglin, J. (2011) Daviss
Drug Guide for Nurses
(12th ed.) Philadelphia, FA
Davis Company pp.116118

Source:
Deglin, J. (2011) Daviss
Drug Guide for Nurses
(12th ed.) Philadelphia, FA
Davis Company pp.116118

Source:
Deglin, J. (2011) Daviss
Drug Guide for Nurses (12th
ed.) Philadelphia, FA Davis
Company pp.116-118

Source:
Deglin, J. (2011) Daviss Drug Guide
for Nurses (12th ed.) Philadelphia, FA
Davis Company pp.116-118