Published Nov 12, 2004
Hi all, I am getting my self ready for this weekends clinical by having the drug sheets on certain drugs that are generally routine for the mother/baby unit. I have my other ones but my Davis' drug guide does not have pitocin or oxytocin listed. I know that its a hormone and a synthetic but I would have thought it would be listed.
Does anyone know where I can get plain facts about it, i.e. a drug sheet? I did a brief search online but got mostly consumer directed information, I'm looking for medical related information.
Thanks in advance all! :):):):)
its in my drug handbook, under oxytocin. intresting that its not cross listed as pitocin. i use the lippincott nursing drug handbook 2005. what kind of info do u need?
let me check mine under oxytocin, i looked up pitocin but maybe its under o. I'm looking for the nursing responsiblities and the dosage for post partum.
But I don't want you to have to type it all out, I will check my book real quick and see if its under oxytocin instead of pitocin. Thanks :):)
You are a genius! It is under oxy instead of pit. Thanks :):):):):):):):)
Hooray!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :balloons: :rotfl:
hehhe. glad i could help
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