Commonly Used Drugs and Nursing Implications

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DIRECTIONS: Assignments: Commonly Used Drugs and Nursing Implications. For any Major Classification of Drug, give Two Common Drugs in this Classification, The Mechanism of Action, The Pharmacokinetics, The Pharmacodynamics, The Normal Doses/Routes, The Side Effects/Adverse Effects, and The Nursing Implications and Interventions.

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Week 1: Commonly Used Drugs and Nursing Implications (CO 1, SLO 2, 4, QSEN-PCC and EBP) DIRECTIONS: Fill out the chart below. Assignments: Commonly Used Drugs and Nursing Implications. Use APA formatting to reference your DAVIS DRUG GUIDE. Fill out the chart provided: Major Classification of Drug Adrenergic Blockers Anticholinergics Cholinergics Adrenergics Beta Blockers Alpha Blockers Loop Diuretics PotassiumSparing Diuretics Opioids NSAIDS Two Common Drugs in this Classification Mechanism of Action Pharmacokinetics Pharmacodynamics Normal Doses/Routes Side Effects/Adverse Effects Nursing Implications and Interventions ...
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Running Head: DRUGS AND NURSING IMPLICATIONS

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Drugs and Nursing Implications
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DRUGS AND NURSING IMPLICATIONS

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Major
Classification
of Drug

Two Common
Drugs in this
Classification

Mechanis
m of
Action

Pharmacokineti
cs

Pharmacodynami
cs

Normal
Side
Doses/Route Effects/Adver
s
se Effects

Nursing
Implication
s and
Interventio
ns

Adrenergic
Blockers

Acebutolol(Sectr
al)

The drugs
control
level of
blood
pressure
to reduce
heart
failure

Broken down to
inactive
substances in
the liver

Prevents uptake
of
catecholamines
by blocking
alpha receptors
to allow flow of
blood

Dosage is
available in
tablet form

Fainting,
irregular
heartbeat,
swelling,
difficulty in
breathing

Monitor
vital signs
of patients
and
changes in
blood
pressure

Reduce
the risk of
breathing
problems

Drugs are
Make breathing
absorbed by
easier by
body organisms relaxing and
enlarging
airways in the
lungs

Dosage is
administere
d through
oral route,
parenteral
route, rectal
route and
transdermal
route

Headache, dry
mouth, blurry
vision,
hallucinations
and mi...

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