Report on Interview and Patient’s Medications Paper

Report on Interview and Patient’s Medications Paper

Drug Name, Dose, Route & Schedule Drug, classification, expected action 7 indication Side Effects/ Adverse Reactions Medication/Food interactions. Nursing Administration Considerations Assessment. Client education & Evaluation of Medications
Generic: Acetaminophen

Brand Name: Tylenol.

Give 650 mg by month four time a day

 

 Class: Therapeutic Antipyics, nonopioid analgesic.Report on Interview and Patient’s Medications Paper

 

Is used to treat mild pain

Rash, itching/swelling, tongue, severe dizziness, and trouble breath. Chest pain.

 

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Increased Toxicity with long-term, excessive ethanol ingestion. Allergy to acetaminophen, chronic alcoholism, pregnancy, skin color, liver evaluation, and renal function. When taking Tylenol avoid alcohol.Report on Interview and Patient’s Medications Paper Discontinue Tylenol and call health care provider when rash occurs.
Generic: Diltiazem

Brand name: Cardizem DC.

Give 240 mg mouth one-time day.

Class: Therapeutic: antianginal, Antiarrhythmics.

Report on Interview and Patient’s Medications Paper

Is used for hypertension (high blood pressure) Angina (chest pain) and certain heart rhythm disorders.

Hives, difficult breathing, swelling of the face, lips tongue or throat. Using diltiazem together with multivitamin with minerals can decrease the effects of diltiazem. Alcohol can lower your blood pressure and add to the effect of diltiazem.Report on Interview and Patient’s Medications Paper Assess location duration intensity, and precipitating factors of patient’s anginal pain.

 

Monitor frequency of prescription refills to determine adherence

Decrease in BP. Decrease in frequency and severity of anginal attacks. Increase in activity tolerance and sense of well-being. Suppression and prevention of tachyarrhythmias.
Generic: Lisinopril

Brand name: Zestril tablet. 20 mg a day.

 

Class: therapeutic: antihypertensives. Management of heart failure. Reduction of risk of death or development of heart failure after myocardial infarction. Dizziness, lightheadedness, tiredness, or headache may occur as your body adjusts to the medication, dry cough may also occur. Avoid eating large amounts of foods high in potassium, such as bananas, oranges, green leafy vegetables, and salt that contain potassium. Avoid aspirin and other non-steroidal inflammatory.Report on Interview and Patient’s Medications Paper Monitor blood pressure, pulse, weight, edema, lung sounds. Change position slowly, avoid OTC cough meds that can raise blood pressure, additional intervention for hypertensions low salt, exercise/weight loss no smoking, low stress,), monitor blood pressure periodically.
Generic: Buspirone

Brand name: Buspar

 

Therapeutic: antianxiety agents. Management of antianxiety Dizziness, blurred vision. Chest pain, nausea, and irregular menses.Report on Interview and Patient’s Medications Paper Do not drink grapefruit juice. Assess degree and manifestations of anxiety before and periodically during therapy. Do not confuse buspirone with bupropion. Increase in sense of well being
Generic: Ropinirole

Brand name: Requip tablet 0.25 mg by mouth in the evening

Therapeutic: antiparkinson agents. Management of signs and symptoms of idiopathic Parkinson’s disease. Restless leg syndrome (immediate-release only). Hives; difficulty breathing, swelling of your face, lips tongue or throat.Report on Interview and Patient’s Medications Paper Do not take ropinrole alcohol and caff Assess patient for drowsiness and sleep attacks. Assess BP periodically during and sleep. Decreased tremor and rigidity in parkinson’s disease. Decrease in restless legs and improved sleep.
Generic: Tamsulosin

Brand Name:

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Generic: Ativan

Brand Name: Lorazepam

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Report on Interview and Patient’s Medications Paper