HELP! Please i need help with these orders

  1. Hello everyone I'm in my last week of nursing school and my teacher gave us a take home test that's worth 30% of our grade and we have to pass it to graduate so here it is:

    Mr.miller is received on your floor from the recovery room. Refer to the physicians order sheet for the following questions. Show your work where applicable.

    Physicians orders:
    06/15/11 time: 1600
    Diagnosis: s/p total hip replacement
    Weight: 197lb height: 6'2"

    1. Diet npo till fully awake, then clear liquids
    2. Activity: bedrest, log roll side-back-side q2h
    3. Vital signs q4h
    4. Overhead frame trapeze
    5. Abductor pillow while in bed
    6. Incentive spirometer q1h while awak
    7. I&o q8h
    8. Hemovacs to own reservoirs, record output q1h x 6, then q6h
    9. I+o catheterization q.shift prn inability to void
    10. Heparin 5000 units sub-q bid
    11. Torecan 10mg Im q.4h prn pain
    12. Mylanta 30 ml po prn indigestion
    13. Restoril 15mg po at bedtime prn insomnia
    14. Tylenol codeine po 2 tabs q.4h prn pain
    15. Morphine pca 10mg Iv q10min to maximum 250mg/q4h
    16. Dulcolax supp. 1 per rectum q.shift prn constipation
    17. Labs: CBC x 3
    18. Call orders: hemovac output >500ml/shift
    Urinary output <250ml/shift
    Temp > 38.5 c
    19. Ivf: d5 NS 50ml/h
    Cefuroxime 1g IVPB q.8h

    That's all I have on the sheet I was given and I'm supposed to transfer this to a mar
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  3. by   sueall
    Just so you are aware -- the image you posted is not showing up. Your post has no content.
  4. by   Mrs.Boochie
    thanks I know I just had to type it in by hand
  5. by   Esme12
    I am curious is your take home test allowed to be a collaborative effort? Many schools and instructors visit this site...while AN is anonymous it is open to the public to view.
  6. by   nurseprnRN
    Not sure I understand the question. Do you know what a MAR is? Who uses it? For what purpose? What would those people need to know? Is all that information in the order sheet you copied here? What is unclear/confusing to you?
  7. by   KelRN215
    What are you asking us to do here?
  8. by   Annachu512
    MAR is medication administration report. That's simply what meds to give and when. Is that really all that is being asked? Asking for some help is okay but I agree with other posters that this should be really done on your own

    Good luck!
  9. by   itsnowornever
    Quote from KelRN215
    What are you asking us to do here?
    Her test for her so she can graduate and hand off her work to all her co-workers.

    Posting from my phone, ease forgive my fat thumbs!
  10. by   itsnowornever
    Quote from MRS.DANNYBOY
    16. Dulcolax supp. 1 per rectum q.shift prn constipation
    He has more than one rectum?!?

    Posting from my phone, ease forgive my fat thumbs!
  11. by   CT Pixie
    I've seen it written that way (per rectum) on my MAR at work. Although it does read like one for each rectum hahha.
  12. by   nurseprnRN
    I think the OP has left the building.
    Last edit by Esme12 on Feb 16, '13
  13. by   Annachu512
    Quote from GrnTea
    I think the OP has left the building.
    Probably. I have a hard time thinking they would not know how to make a simple MAR at the end of the nursing program
    Last edit by Esme12 on Feb 16, '13
  14. by   julz68
    I would be embarrassed to even post something like that. Not trying to be disrespectful of the OP, but needing someone to show her how to do this a week before graduation? I sincerely hope she figured it out on her own.