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Glossary of 128 TEST 4 MEDS

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3 types of antacids
maalox, amphogel, mylanta
3 histamine receptor antagonists
tagment, zantac, pepcid
proton pump inhibitors (4)
Prevacid, prilosec, nexium, aciphex
Prokinetic (2)
reglan, urecholine
Mucosal barrier (2)
carafate, sulcrate
Prostaglandin Analog (1)
cytotec
salicylate compounds (2)
sulfasalazine, mesalamine
what do antacids do?
neutralizes stomach acid
What do Histamine Receptor inhibitors do?
decrese acid production
what do proton pump inhibitors do?
Decrease acid production (longer acting, healing)
who do prokinetics do?
Tighten LES , increase stomach emptying
What do Mucosal barriers do?
Coat mucous membrane of stomach
What does Prostaglan analog do
decrease gastric acid production, protect mucosa
what do salicylate compounds do?
decrese inflammation in the colon
what nursing consideration should be used when giving antacids
Between meals, observe for diarrha/constipation
what nursing consideration should be used when giving Tagment
with meals and at bedtime, caution with elderly can cause dizziness and confusion
what nursing consideration should be used when giving prevacid or nexium
Before meals, abd cramping, diarrhea, headach
what nursing consideration should be used when giving reglan or urecholine?
Caution with elderly, neuro and psychotropic side effects
what nursing consideration should be used when giving sulcrate
give before meals, bedtime
what nursing consideration should be used when giving cytotec
with meals, good for nsaid use protection
what nursing consideration should be used when giving sulfasalazine
give orally or rectally?

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