Increased GI motility
Treating a postoperative client who has bradycardia
Lowering intraocular pressure in clients with glaucoma
Inhibiting muscular activity in the bladder
Preventing salivation and sweating
Postoperative ischemic colitis
Benign prostatic hyperplasia
Dilated pupils (mydriasis)
Risk for injury related to excessive CNS stimulation
Impaired gas exchange related to thickened respiratory secretions
Urinary retention related to loss of bladder tone
Knowledge deficit related to pharmacology regimen
Decrease in GI motility
Decrease in urinary frequency
Increase in heart rate
Increase in blood pressure
History of seizure activity
Hematocrit and hemoglobin
Sodium and cholride
PT and PTT
BUN and creatinine
"Take the medication until you feel better"
"Use suncreen and protective clothing when outdoor"
"keep the remainder of the medication in case of recurrence"
"Take the medication with food and milk to minimize GI upset"
Delayed achievement of developmental milestones
Permanent discoloration of the teeth
Cefazolin sodium (Ancef)