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Pharma 2014

  1. 1. Drugs and the Body Nhelia B. Perez, RN, MSN PCU - MJCN
  2. 2. Pharmacokinetics
  3. 3. Phases of Pharmacokinetic • Absorption - maybe reduced if the villi is decreased (disease, drug effect, removal of small intestines) - may be passive (diffusion) or active carrier).
  4. 4. Distribution -blood flow, drug’s affinity to the tissue protein binding effect, drug volume.
  5. 5. Metabolism • Hepatic role • Liver diseases • Half life
  6. 6. Excretion• Kidneys• Kidney diseases
  7. 7. PHARMACODYNAMICS • DRUG ACTIONS • To replace or act as substitutes for missing chemicals. • To increase or stimulate certain cellular activities. • To depress or slow cellular activities. • To interfere with the functioning of foreign cells, such as invading microorganisms or neoplasms.
  8. 8. RECEPTOR SITES • React with certain chemicals to cause an effect within the cell. • Some drugs directly interact with receptor sites to cause the same activity that natural chemicals would cause at the site. (agonist) • Other drugs prevent the breakdown of natural chemicals that are stimulating the receptor sites.
  9. 9. • Some drugs react with receptor sites to block normal stimulation, producing no effect.• Other drugs react with specific receptor sites on a cell and by reacting there, prevent the reaction of another chemical with a different receptor site on that cell.
  10. 10. PHARMACODYNAMICS • Critical Concentration • Loading Dose • Dynamic Equilibrium • Absorption • Administration • First pass effect • Distribution • Protein binding • Blood-Brain barrier
  11. 11. • Placenta and Breast Milk• Biotransformation• Excretion• Half-Life
  12. 12. FACTORS INFLUENCING DRUG EFFECTS • Weight • Age • Gender • Physiological factors • Pathological factors • Genetic factors • Immunological factors • Psychological factors • Environmental factors
  13. 13. • Tolerance• Cumulation• Drug-drug or drug-alternative therapy interactions• Drug laboratory test interactions
  14. 14. AdverseEffects of Drugs
  15. 15. TOXIC EFFECTS OF DRUGS
  16. 16. SIDE EFFECTS• Problems that occur when treatment goes beyond the desired effect. Or problems that occur in addition to the desired therapeutic effect.
  17. 17. ADVERSE EFFECTS • the Drug may have other effects on the body besides the therapeutic effect. •The patient is sensitive to the drug being given. •The drug’s action on the body causes other responses that are undesirable or unpleasant. •The patient is taking too much or too little of the drug, leading to adverse effects
  18. 18. Types of Adverse Effects • Primary actions – Overdose: extension of the desired effect • Secondary actions – Undesired effects produced in addition to the pharmacologic effect • Hypersensitivity reactions – Excessive response to the primary or secondary effect of the drug
  19. 19. Drug Allergy • Can occur when the body forms antibodies to a particular drug. • It may be anaphylactic, cytotoxic, serum sickness or delayed allergic reaction.
  20. 20. Idiosyncratic Reactions• also known as type B reactions, are drug reactions which occur rarely and unpredictably amongst the population.• They frequently occur with exposure to new drugs, as they have not been fully tested and the full range of possible side effects have not been discovered; they may also be listed as an adverse drug reaction with a drug, but be extremely rare.
  21. 21. Teratogenic Effect• These effects are classed as deterministic, which means that the severity as well as incidence is related to dose.• The combined consequences of consuming a harmful substance, such as alcohol, on a developing fetus; may manifest itself as growth deficiency and/or mental retardation; fetal alcohol syndrome is an example.
  22. 22. LET’S TAKE A BREAK!!!
  23. 23. NursingManagement
  24. 24. RIGHTS IN DRUG ADMINISTRATION • Right Patient • Right Route • Right Drug • Right Frequency • Right Dose
  25. 25. • Right Approach• Right Assessment• Right to refuse• Right Education• Right Evaluation• Right Documentation
  26. 26. Nursing Management • Nursing : An Art and a Science • The Nursing Process 1. Assessment 2. Nursing Diagnosis 3. Planning 4. Interventions 5. Evaluation
  27. 27. ASSESSMENT• History - chronic conditions - Drug Use - Allergies - level of education - level of understanding of Disease and therapy
  28. 28. - Social Supports- Financial Supports- Pattern of Health Care- Physical Assessment 1. weight 2. age 3. Physical Parameters r/t disease or drug effects
  29. 29. NURSING DIAGNOSIS • IT MAY BE: 1. two part 2. three part • Should be based on NANDA
  30. 30. PLANNING • Should be SMART • Can be short term or long term
  31. 31. INTERVENTIONS • 7 points to Proper Drug Administration 1. Drug 2. Storage 3. Route 4. Dosage 5. Preparation 6. Timing 7. recording
  32. 32. Comfort measures • Placebo effect • Managing adverse effects • Lifestyle adjustment • Patient and Family Education
  33. 33. KEY ELEMENTS TO PATIENTEDUCATION • Name, Dose and action of Drug • Timing of Administration • Special Storage and preparation instructions • Special comfort or safety measures • Safety measures • Specific points about drug toxicity • Special warnings about drug discontinuation
  34. 34. EVALUATION • The evaluation is an integral part in the nursing process. • The effectivity of the drug therapy is determined through evaluation.
  35. 35. Dosage Calculations
  36. 36. Drug Order• Elements of a Drug Order• Abbreviations• Interpreting Drug Orders
  37. 37. DOSAGE CALCULATIONS • Measuring Systems - Metric System - Apothecary System - Household system
  38. 38. Converting between Systems • Ratio and proportion
  39. 39. Calculating Dosage• Oral Drugs• Parenteral Drugs• Intravenous solutions• Pediatric considerations
  40. 40. GENERAL FORMULADosage X quantitystock
  41. 41. ORAL DRUGS • Amt of drug available = amt of drug prescribed one tablet or capsule no. of tabs or caps
  42. 42. PARENTERAL DRUGS Amt of drug available = amt of drug prescribed volume available volume to administer
  43. 43. Intravenous Solution Drops/min = mL of sol pres/hr x drops delivered / mL 60 minutes / 1 hour
  44. 44. 1. Clarks Rule for Infants or Children: Clark’s rule is based upon the weight of the child. To determine the proper dosage for children, divide child’s weight in pounds by 150 to get the correct fraction of adult dose. Example: For a 50 pound child give 50/150 (or 1/3) of the adult dose. Therefore, if the adult dose is 30 drops taken 3 times per day, the child’s dose will be 10 drops taken 3 times per day (not 30 drops taken 1 time per day!) (Weight in pounds x (Adult dose) 150(Thats: Childs weight in pounds times adult dose divided by 150)
  45. 45. 2. Frieds Rule for Infants and Children up to 1 to 2 Years: (Age in Months) x (Adult Dose) 150(Thats: Childs age in months times adult dose divided by 150)
  46. 46. 3. Youngs Rule for Children from 1 year to 12 Years: Young’s rule is based upon the age of the child, regardless of its weight. It is a “rule of the thumb” method for calculating the dose of medicine to be administered to a child. The child’s age divided by age plus 12 represents the fraction of the adult dose suitable for the child. (Age in Years) x (Adult Dose) Age + 12(Thats: Childs age in years times adult dose divided by childs age plus 12)
  47. 47. Problems• Change to equivalents within the system: 1. 100 mg = ______g 2. 1500 g = ______kg 3. 0.1 L = _______ mL 4. 500 mL = _______L
  48. 48. Convert to units in themetric system• 150 gr = _________ g• ¼ gr = ________mg• 45 min = ______mL• 2 qt = ______L
  49. 49. Convert to units in thehousehold system• 5 mL = __________tsp• 30 mL = _________tbsp
  50. 50. Convert the weights in thefollowing problems• A patient weighs 170 lb. What is the patient’s weight in kilograms?• A patient weighs 3200 g. What is the patient’s weight in pounds?
  51. 51. • Robitussin cough syrup 225 mg PO is ordered. The bottle reads: 600 mg in 1 ounce. How much cough syrup should be given?
  52. 52. • A postoperative order is written for ¼ gr codeine every 4 hours as needed for pain. Each dose given will contain how many milligrams of codeine?
  53. 53. Thank you for Listening!

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