11-7 meds

  1. 1
    What type of meds are you passing at the 6-7am pass. We have tons of synthriod and prilosec/ protonix along with the accuchecks before bkfast.
    AtheistRN likes this.
  2. Get the Hottest Nursing Topics Straight to Your Inbox!

  3. 11 Comments so far...

  4. 1
    Residents with a Peg tube get all their A.M. meds. In addition to Synthroid & Omeprazole, some residents have orders for 6am Reglan, Hydralazine, Ativan, Keppra, ABH gel, Lyrica, Norco, breathing treatments.
    AtheistRN likes this.
  5. 0
    Residents with a Peg tube get all their A.M. meds. In addition to Synthroid & Omeprazole, some residents have orders for 6am Reglan, Hydralazine, Ativan, Keppra, ABH gel, Lyrica, Norco, breathing treatments.
  6. 0
    Sorry, don't know why it posted twice
  7. 0
    I recall changing the Nitro, Duragesic, and Lidoderm patches on the 6-7 med pass. Also drew up the scheduled insulins and gave valproic acid syrup.
  8. 0
    [QUOTE=SunnyVet14;7717730]I recall changing the Nitro, Duragesic, and Lidoderm patches on the 6-7 med pass. Also drew up the scheduled insulins/QUOTE]

    What do you mean you drew them up- do you mean in preparation for another nurse to give them at a later time? Just curious.
  9. 0
    Scheduled for AM: Synthroid, Prilosec, Protonix
    Q6H meds given at 6 AM: Baclofen, Morphine, Reglan, Heparin, Hydralazine

    And of course everything for residents who have dialysis p/u at 6.
  10. 2
    Synthroids and pain meds.
    loriangel14 and workingmama77 like this.
  11. 0
    Synthroid, prilosec, pain meds. Some breathing treatments and lidoderm patches.
  12. 0
    So...50 beds one nurse. 12 accuchecks..most with coverage. 25 or more with po meds 2 g tubes, 2 neb tx maybe a few ivs Shift is done at 7am. How much time do you think this med pass would take or should take?


Top