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Brand Name (Generic Name) Zegen (Cefuroxime


Classification >Cephalosporins

Indication > skin infections, surgical infections

Adverse Effects > Thrombophlebitis. diarrhea, nausea. Possibly seizure & angioedema. Tab: Hypersensitivity, hematologic, nervous system, musculoskeletal, genitourinary, hepatic, resp, CV reactions. > Convulsive seizure, dizziness, vertigo, ataxia, confusion, irritability, depression, weakness, headache, hearing loss & insomnia. Nervousness, malaise. Nausea, anorexia, dry mouth & sharp, unpleasant metallic taste, vomiting, abdominal discomfort & diarrhea. Thrombophlebitis after IV infusion. >Phlebitis, inflammation at the inj site, GI reactions eg nausea & vomiting.

Available Forms >tab 250mg, 500mg >inj 1.5 g

Nursing Responsibities >Ask for history of allergy. >Report onset of loose stools or diarrhea. >Give the medication after meal. >Check IV site. >Monitor manifestations of hypersensitivity. Discontinue drug and report their appearance promptly.

Dazomet (Metronidazole)

> Other Antibiotics

>Infection due to susceptible anaerobic microorganism. >Vaginal infection including bacterial vaginosis.

>tab 500mg >inj 500mg/100mL

>Should be taken with food. >Discontinue Meds immediately if symptoms of CNS toxicity develop. Monitor especially for seizures, and peripheral neuropathy.

Monowel (Cefoxitin)


>Peritonitis & other intra-abdominal & intrapelvic infections; soft tissue infections.

>Powder for Inj (vial) 1g

>Determine history of hypersensitivity reactions to cephalosporins. >monitor manifestations of hypersensitivity. >Inspect injection sites regularly. Report evidence of inflammation and patient’s complaint of pain.

drug intake. Sinecod Forte (Butamirate citrate) >Cough & Cold Preparations >Acute cough of any etiology. illness. >Ask I the patient if the patient has kidney disease. headache. and diarrhea. nausea. diarrhea or dizziness. vomiting. stomach pain. heartburn. constipation. vomiting. constipation.5mg/5mL >May be taken with or without food. 500mg >inj 250mg/2. skin rash. Vomiting. >for cell repair >GI disorders. anorexia. anorexia. metallic taste >Tab >Should be taken with food. dry mouth. increased urination.Hemostan (Tranexamic Acid) >Haemostatics >To prevent hemorrhage Stresstab (Folic Acid) > Vitamins &/or Minerals > Surgical trauma. >tab 50mg >syrup 7.& post-op cough sedation for surgical procedures & bronchoscopy. belching. loss of appetite. nausea. > Ask history of hypersensitivity to butamirate citrate. impaired renal insufficiency. >upset stomach. hypotension when IV is too rapid. . >Gastrointestinal side effects associated with oral iron therapy have included nausea. > Unusual change in bleeding pattern should be immediately reported to the physician. infections. > Should be taken with food for better absorption or if GI discomfort occurs. may reduce the risk of osteoporosis later in life.5mL. These effects are generally doserelated >cap 250mg. >Tab 600mg Caltrate Plus (Calcium Carbonate) >Calcium/with Vitamins > Supplement for Ca deficiency & conditions that require increased Ca intake. Pre. >Rarely. 500mg/5mL >May be taken with or without food. excessive fatigue.

>As w/ all colloidal vol substitutes. incoordination. fluid retention. depression. GIT disturbances. Analac (Ketorolac Tromethamine) >Analgesic. >Reduce pain. allergic. . tinnitus. pain at injection site >infusion 500mL >Determine history of hypersensitivity to gelatin or any heart problems. Difficulty in micturition. >Monitor fluid retention and edema in patients with history of CHF. >Use to decrease allergic pain. paranoid psychosis. >tab 4mg >syrup2mg/5mL x 60mL >inj 10mg/mL x 1mL >vial 10mg/mL x 10mL >May be taken with or without food >Monitor BP in hypertensive patients. edema. (anaphylactic or anaphylactoid) reactions of varying severity can occur after infusion of Gelofusine. > Inj site pain. antiinflammatory. >Observe and report signs of bleeding. CV effects. >Monitor BP for hypertension and blood sugar for hyperglycemia. prophylaxis of hypotension during epidural or spinal anesth. dyspnea. irritability. >Sedation. Headache. >Monitor signs and symptoms of CHF including weight gain. >Monitor for signs and symptoms of GI irritation and ulceration. Muscular weakness. delusion.Gelofusine (Gelatin succinylated) >Intravenous & other sterile solutions Antamin (Chlorpheniramine maleate) >Antihistamines & Antiallergics >Primary vol replacement in hypovolaemia & shock due to acute blood or fluid loss. heart failure or liver dysfunction as well as those who are taking diuretics. edema. hallucination. sweating. renal impairment. hypotension or hypertension. because antihistamines have addictive effects with alcohol. 10mg/mL Diflosid (Diclofenac Na) > Nonsteroidal AntiInflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) > Pain & inflammation . >Advise the patient not to take alcohol. headache >GI: nausea. antipyretic >effective in controlling post-op pain >tab 10mg >inj 15mg/mL. Nonsteroidal. > amp 25 mg/1 mL x 3mL >Monitor urine output in older adults and patients with history of cardiac decompensation. >CNS: dizziness.