[QUOTE=NurseMommyof3]Our lecture on pain (during vital signs) is tomorrow, and on our outline it says that we must prepare a drug card on "a narcotic analgesic, i.e., morphine, meperidine, darvocet-N100, tylenol.
Now, I have the link to the yahoo group that has all these files, but don't want to print and copy it. Is a drug card just on a piece of paper, and what do I put on it?
You can buy drug cards instead of physically writing them out. I got Med Deck in my first semester and I am not sorry I got them. Some clinical instructors are anal about you having drug cards of every drug your pt is taking. They are not very expensive and major book retailers sell them. BTW, tylenol is not a narcotic analgesic
Med Deck is not as good as a real drug book but the cards are handy to take to clinical.