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Patient’s Name: Cornita Diagnosis: Cervical Cancer

Generic Brand Classification Action Route/ Indication Contra- Adverse Nursing Responsibilities
Name Name Dosage indication Reactions
S

O S Fluids, Electrolyte, Increases plasma Oral route/ Treatment of Hypoventilation Hypernatremia and • Obtain patient history including
Blood Products, bicarbonate, neutralizes TID metabolic , hypocalcemia, serum osmolarity, drug history and any
D O
And gastric acid which forms acidosis, increase serum paravenous
Hematological water, sodium chloride, promotion of osmolarity, administrations hypersensitivity.
I D
Drugs carbon dioxide, and gastric, further in all may lead to tissue • Assess respiratory and pulse
I
U raises blood pH. systemic and situations necrosis.
urine where sodium rate, rhythm, depth, lung
U
M alkalinization intake must be sounds and notify the physician.
M in the case of restricted like
intoxication cardiac • Assess for carbon dioxide in GI
with weak insufficiency, tract, may lead to perforation if
B
B organic edema
acids. hypertension, ulcer is severe.
I I
eclampsia, • Test and monitor urine pH,
C C severe kidney
insufficiency. urinary output, during beginning
A A
treatment.
R R
• If patient has edematous
B
B tendency, notify physician.
O • If patient is vomiting withhold
O
N medication and immediately
N
A inform the physician.
A
T • If the patient exhibits shortness
T E of breath and hyperpnea,
E immediately inform the
physician.
• Inform physician if relief is not
obtained or if the patient
demonstrate any symptoms
suggest bleeding, such as black
tarry stools or coffee ground
emesis.
• Caution patient to immediately
report to physician if symptoms
such as nausea, vomiting and
anorexia occurs.
• Advise the patient to notify the
physician if indigestion is
Reference: Nursing Drug Guide pp. 479-481, 2007 edition.