What would you all say are the most common drugs given/used on Med/Surg units?
Nov 17, 2004
In my hospital the doc's love to give protonix.
So far during med/surg clinicals it seems the dr. hands them lasix, gentamycin, and antidepressant as they walk thru the door!!!
Yep, Protonix for everyone!
VivaLasViejas, ASN, RN
Specializes in LTC, assisted living, med-surg, psych.
Has 20 years experience.
Protonix, Levaquin, and Colace!
aspirin 81 mg
mag-ox (can you tell our residents REALLY like to replace electrolytes?)
and of course- your fav and mine- insulin
plumrn, BSN, RN
...these are the ones that come immediately to mind.
General E. Speaking, RN, RN
Specializes in floor to ICU.
yep, i agree with most of the other posts
Nov 18, 2004
yep, i agree with most of the other postsvicodindarvocetprotonixaspirinnitro pastelevaquinlisinoprildemerolmorphinecolacepotassiumlovenox
2nd & 3rd gen cephs
sharann, BSN, RN
neneRN, BSN, RN
Specializes in Emergency, Trauma.
Has 8 years experience.
Lasix, Pepcid, Rocephin, NTG, ASA, Levaquin, Heparin, Tylenol, Morphine, Insulin, Normal Saline, Potassium, Phenergan
meownsmile, BSN, RN
Specializes in Med/Surg, Ortho.
Protonix wins in my unit. Also plenty of reglan, inapsine, zofran, demerol, morphine, toradol, vicodin, unasyn,oh ya,, lovenox and coumadin for our orthos.
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