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DRUG STUDY

Drug Indication Action Side Effects and Nursing Patient Teachings


Adverse Effects Considerations
02-16-10 This medication is Nafarin A combines the • Dizziness Monitor the Instruct the patient
PHENYLPROPA- used for the relief complementary actions • Sedation patient’s BP before to take in the
NOLAMINE HCL of symptoms and dosage of a nasal • Hypotension and after medication with
Nafarin A associated with decongestant • Drowsiness administration of meals for optimum
Cough and Cold common cold or (phenylpropanolamine), the drug for effect.
Preparations flu. an antihistamine comparison and
(chlorphenamine) and assessment for any Advise the
an analgesic-antipyretic sudden changes in patient’s
(paracetamol). The BP. companion to keep
combination provides that patient’s
relief of symptoms Be sure of the safety (e.g. side
associated with the patient’s safety rails up) and to
common cold, acute (e.g. side rails up) assist the patient in
upper respiratory tract to prevent further ambulation to
infections and injury. prevent injury.
respiratory allergies.
Keep the patient
relaxed, so as to
ease sleep/resting
pattern.

Inform the patient


regarding the
medications side
effects accordingly.
Drug Indication Action Side Effects and Nursing Patient Teachings
Adverse Effects Considerations
02-16-10 This medication is Paracetamol acts by • Allergic skin Ask the patient is Though this drug
PARACETAMOL used for the relief of reducing production reactions she has any allergy could be taken
Biogesic fever, minor aches of prostaglandins, • GI to medications without meals,
Non-Opioid and pains which are involved disturbances before drug instruct the patient
Analgesics in the pain and fever administration for to take it with meals
processes, by immediate so as to prevent GI
inhibiting the substitution if disturbances.
cyclooxygenase needed.
(COX) enzyme. Encourage the
Inform the patient patient to
with regards to the immediately report
drug’s side effects any observed skin
accordingly. rash or other
allergic reactions for
prompt
counteractive
treatment.

Advise the patient


to increase oral fluid
intake to
compensate for loss
of fluid if diarrhea
persists and to do so
plus ambulation for
effective bowel
movement, is
constipation must
occur.
Drug Indication Action Side Effects and Nursing Patient Teachings
Adverse Effects Considerations
02-16-10 This medication is AmoClav is an • Abdominal Ask the patient is Instruct the patient
CO-AMOXICLAV indicated for the antibiotic agent with discomfort she has any allergy to take the
Amoclav treatment of UTI, a notably broad • Diarrhea to medications medication with
Penicillin lower respiratory spectrum of activity • Nausea before drug meals for better
tract infection, skin against the • Skin rashes administration for absorption and to
and soft tissue commonly • Headache immediate reduce GI
infections and for occurring bacterial substitution if discomfort.
pre and post pathogens in needed.
surgical procedures. general practice and Encourage the
hospital. Be sure to keep the patient to
patient’s safety (e.g. immediately report
AmoClav side rails up) to any observed rash
anticipates the prevent further or any other allergic
defense mechanism injury. reaction for prompt
by blocking the β- counteractive
lactamase enzymes, Inform the patient treatment.
thus rendering the with regards to the
organisms sensitive drug’s side effects Advise the patient
to amoxicillin's accordingly. to remain flat on
rapid bactericidal bed to reduce the
effect at incidence of
concentrations headaches and
readily attainable in nausea.
the body. The β-
lactamase inhibitory Advise the patient
action of to increase oral fluid
clavulanate extends intake to
the spectrum of compensate for fluid
amoxicillin to and electrolyte loss
embrace a wider should diarrhea
range of organisms, persist.
including many
resistant to other β-
lactam antibiotics.