Gastrointestinal Drugs. Pharmacology I: NURS 1950. Objective 1: list the components of gastric juice that contribute to the pain associated with peptic ulcers Objective 2: describe the physiology of gastric secretions. Objective 3: list drugs considered to be ulcerogenic.
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Pharmacology I: NURS 1950
Objective 1: list the components of gastric juice that contribute to the pain associated with peptic ulcers
Alginic acid: highly viscous solution—sodium alginate
Objective 8: describe the nursing implications associated with antacid therapy
What are the assessments and interventions the nurse would do for a client taking an antacid?
Objective 9: state the mechanism of action of anticholinergic and antispasmodic agents
Objective 10: identify appropriate nursing actions relative to caring for clients receiving antispasmodic drugs
Objective 11: describe the effects and uses of H2 receptor antagonists, and proton pump inhibitors
Objective 12: Explain the nursing interventions associated with H2 receptor antagonists and proton pump inhibitors
Saline: magnesium toxicity, elyte imbalance, diarrhea, increased thirst
Objective 18: describe the major nursing implications associated with the administration of laxatives
Opiates: additive CNS depression-alcohol, narcotics, sedative-hypnotics, antipsychotics, skeletal muscle relaxants
Objective 22: describe the nursing implications associated with antidiarrheal agents
Objective 24: identify antiemetic drugs and their classification
Objective 25: identify the mechanism of action, indications for use and desired effects of antiemetic drugs
Benzodiazepines: various activities such as sedation, depression of vomiting center, can cause amnesia
Objective 27: Describe the nursing process related to the administration of emetics/antiemetics