A. Reye’s syndrome
B. Rett’s Syndrme
C. Anphylactic reaction
Thrombin and fibrin
Vitamin K factor
Thrombin and vitamin K factor
Tell the pt to ask the HCP
Heparin decreases the number of platelets, so that blood clots slower
Heparin makes the blood thinner
Heparin is an anticougulant
Offer sips of water to help absorption
Ointment: Never use your hands or fingers-WEAR GLOVES
SL- Nitro can be given Q5 min x 3 for CP; if still persists, teach pt to call 911
VS- monitor for hypotension
Peak and through
PT 1-2 times the client's baseline
Slowing the heart and decreasing afterload
Increasing the heart rate
Dilation of the arteries
Reduce peripheral resitance
BP is 120/80
HR of 70 BPM
Normal cardiac rhythm
Client stating that pain is 0 out of 10
Blood pressure 110/90 mm Hg
I can take up to five tablets at 3-minute intervals for chest pain if necessary
If pain does not subside I need call 911
I should move slow if I get dizzy
Drinking water will help my medicine be absorbed
Hemoglobin and hematocrit
Blood urea nitrogen (BUN)
Arterial blood gases
This combination promotes diuresis but decreases the risk of hypokalemia.
Moderate doses of two different diuretics are more effective than a large dose of one.
Using two drugs increases the osmolality of plasma and the glomerular filtration rate
This combination prevents dehydration and hypovolemia
Assess lung sounds before and after administration.
Assess blood pressure before and after administration.
Maintain accurate intake and output record.
Acute myocardial infarction
Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) (stroke)
All of the above
Enoxaparin sodium (Lovenox)
Administer vitamin K
Administer vitamin D
Administer vitamin C
Administer vitamin A
Teach the client of potential drug interactions with anticoagulants.
Administer and re-asses pain after
Explain that HA is expected side effect and that it will subside shortly
"Your concern is valid I will call the HCP"