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Analgesic and antirheumatic Contraindicated in patients ˜ Monitor K+, Mg++, ECG, liver/renal function
 effects are attributable to V-fib, V-flutter, hypersensitive to the drug or any of its tests, drug level (therapeutic level 0.5-2.0
Cardiac aspirin's ability to inhibit the CHF, pulmonary components and in those with digitalis- mg/ml, toxicity is >2.0 mg/ml).
Glycosides synthesis of prostaglandins, edema, atrial induced toxicity, ventricular fibrillation,
 important mediators of fibrillation and or or ventricular tachycardia unless caused ˜ Before each dose assess apical pulse for
  inflammation. Antipyretic flutter, and by heart failure. full minute, record and report changes in
Digoxin effects are not fully paroxysmalatrial rate or rhythm.
 understood, but aspirin contractions Use cautiously in patients with acute MI,
  probably acts in the in complete Av block, sinus bradycardia, ˜ Withhold drug and contact provider if pulse
Lanoxin thermoregulatory center of PVCs,, chronic constrictive pericarditis, is < 60/min. or >100 (adults) or <
the hypothalamus to block hyperthropiccardiomyopathy, renal 110/minute (children)
 !" OD effects of endogenous insufficiency, severe pulmonary
pyrogen by inhibiting disease, or hypothyroidism. ˜ Weigh daily
! PO synthesis of the prostaglandin c#    ˜ Monitor I&O and signs of CHF
intermediary. Inhibition of CNS: hallucinations, paresthesia,
platelet aggregation is stupor, vertigo.
attributable to the inhibition of CV: Arrythmias, heart failure,
platelet synthesis of hypotension.
thromboxane A2, a potent EENT: blurred vision, diplopia, light
vasoconstrictor and inducer of flashes, photophobia, yellow-green
platelet aggregation. This halos around visual images.
effect occurs at low doses GI: anorexia, diarrhea, nausea,
and lasts for the life of the vomiting.
platelet (8 days). Higher
doses inhibit the synthesis of  
prostacyclin, a potent CNS: agitation, dizziness, fatigue,
vasodilator and inhibitor of generalized weakness, headache,
platelet aggregation. malaise.
GI: Nausea