Generic name Albuterol

Mechanism of action It relieves nasal congestion and reversible bronchospasm by relaxing the smooth muscles of the bronchioles .The relief from nasa congestion and bronchospasm is made possible by the following mechanism

Adverse effects -nervousness -restlessness -tremor -headache -insomnia -chest pain -palpitation -angina -arrythmias -hypertension -nausea and vomiting

Contraindication -hypersensitivity to adrenergic amines -hypersensitivity to fluorocarbons

Drug interactions -acetobutolol -alprenolol -arotinolol

Nursing consideration -assess lung sounds, PR, and BP before drug administration and during peak of the medication. -observe for paradoxical spasm and withhold medication and notify physician. -administer PO medications with meals to minimize gastric irritation -extended release tablet should be swallowed-whole it should not be crushed or chewed -if administering medication through inhalation, allow at least 1 minute between inhalation of aerosol medication -advise patient to rinse mouth with water after each inhalation to minimize dry mouth -inform the patient that Albuterol may cause bad taste.

weakness Contraindication Drug interactions -hypersensitivity to omeprazole -diazepam -warfarin Nursing consideration -instruct patient to take a medication one hour before meal . vomiting. Advise patient to eat a small frequent feeding . nausea.Generic name omeprazole Mechanism of action Omeprazole is in a class of drugs called proton pump inhibitors (PPI) that block the production of acid by the stomach. Nervousness. muscle pain.encourage patient to limit intake coffee or any spicy food -may experienced side effects instruct patient to report vomiting. abnormal heartbeat. Side effects diarrhea. headaches . rash dizziness.

Generic name levofloxacin Mechanism of action Levofloxacin is a broad-spectrum antibiotic that is active against both Grampositive and Gramnegative bacteria. a type IItopoisomerase. thereby inhibiting cell division Side effects -taste disturbance -muscle weakness Contraindication -hypersensitivity to levofloxacin Drug interactions -herbal and natural mediation Nursing consideration -instruct patient to take a medication with a empty stomach -advise patient to drink plenty of fluids -may exprieced side effects. and topoisomerase iv. -instuct patient to eat a small frequent feeding . It functions by inhibiting DNA gyrase. Instruct patient to report nausea. vomiting.[85] which is an enzyme necessary to separate replicated DNA. abdominal pain.

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