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PATIENT’S NAME: Florida, Edmund cc: right inguinal pain

ATTENDING PHYSICIAN: Dr Almonte/ Dr. Gorostiza

DRUG DOSAGE MECHANISM OF INDICATIONS C/I ADVERSE NURSING


CLASS ACTION REACTIONS CONSIDERATIONS

Analgesic 200mg Anti-inflammatory, *Relief of mild to C/I with allergy CNS: headache, Administer in the
NSAID 15mg 5ml analgesic, and moderate pain to ibuprofen, dizziness, vertigo, nerve morning with a full
Propionic q6^ prn for antipyretic activities *Fever reduction salicylates, or root lesion, asthenia, glass of water atleast
acide pain largely related to *Post surgery other insomnia 60 min before the first
derivative inhibition of *Headache & NSAIDS(more beverage, food, and
prostaglandin musculoskeletal common in CV: angina, medication of the day.
synthesis; pain patients with hypertension Patient must stay
*Soft tissue rhinitis, asthma, upright for 60min after
Inhibits both inflammation, chronic urticaria, GI: diarrhea, abdominal taking the tablet to
cyclooxygenase including nasal polyps) pain, dyspepsia, avoid potentially
(COX) 1 and 2. juvenile RA. gastric/esophageal serious esophageal
Slightly more Advanced kidney ulcers, nausea-vomiting erosion.
selective for COX1 and liver disease
RESPI: URTI, 1. Monitor serum
Asthma bronchitis, pneumonia calcium levels
before, during and
Active GI MUSCULOSKELETAl: after therapy
bleeding Back pain, myalgia, 2. Ensure adequate
joint pain intake of Vitamin
D and calcium.
3. Provide comfort
measures and
possible analgesics
for pain and
headache
4. Encourage
frequent small
meals if GI effects
are uncomfortable.