Nursing interventions (TACTIS, drugs)
- 0Hey guys,
New poster but old lurker and I gave in and finally registered because I have no clue what the prof is asking:
Our professor told us to do flashcards that states:
T - theraupeutic effect
A - action of drug
C - contraindications
T - toxic/side effects
I - interventions (nursing)
S - safe dose
the only thing that i'm confused about is what does interventions for nursing mean?
for ex. digoxin and furosemide what would be the nursing interventions ?
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- 0Quote from Lace-RNah ok, so it's also the same as nursing implications (davis drug handbook) right? thanks againAlpha,
Nursing interventions are the things you need to do or be aware of with those drugs..ie digoxin- check apical pulse before administering, lasix- monitor I&O, monitor potassium level. Hope this helps!