Find the classification of drugs, Science

Look up the medications in your drug text, your nursing drug book and on the Internet. At times you may need to contact a pharmacy to get answers to your questions.

You need to list both the generic name and the listed trade name.

Find the action of the drug and the classification it belongs to.a

Note the drug's adverse effects and contraindications. Be sure to include anything in the diet that might be contraindicated to consume or may have an adverse reaction while a patient is using this drug.

Locate and note what the nursing implications related to this drug.

 

 

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