Milagros Fernandez, Lydia Calix's Modell's Drugs in Current Use and New Drugs, 2006: 52nd PDF
By Milagros Fernandez, Lydia Calix
Now in its fifty-second yr, this each year up to date drug reference offers succinct details at the new medicinal drugs of this 12 months and on medicines in present use. It deals a concise and transportable replacement to the "mega" drug reference volumes to be had in different places. The compact structure comprises crucial info on approximately 1,100 well-known medications, with go references to over 1,200 exchange names. Highlights comprise a thesaurus directory the typical unintended effects of the medication. designated awareness is given to the hot medicines with extended sufferer care implications for nurses and different allied healthiness execs.
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ADMINISTRATION Do not administer within 24 hours of chemotherapy. Adults: IV: 60 mcg/kg/day for 3 consecutive days before and after myelotoxic therapy. Total of 6 doses. The third dose of premyelotoxic therapy should be given 24 –48 hours before myelotoxic therapy begins. The first of the last 3 doses should be administered on the same day of (but after) hematopoietic stem cell infusion. Administer by IV bolus. Once vial is reconstituted with sterile water do not shake or vigorously agitate the vial.
PRECAUTIONS/ADVERSE REACTIONS Tinidazole is contraindicated in persons hypersensitive to tinidazole, other nitroimidazole derivatives, or any component of the formulation. Tinidazole is contraindicated during the first trimester of pregnancy. Warning: Convulsive seizures and peripheral neuropathy (mainly numbness or paresthesia of an extremity) have been reported with nitroimidazole drugs. Use with caution in patients with CNS diseases. Use with caution in patients with current or a history of blood dyscrasias; tinidazole may produce transient leukopenia and neutropenia.
Modell's Drugs in Current Use and New Drugs, 2006: 52nd Edition (Modell's Essential Drugs in Current Use and New Drugs) by Milagros Fernandez, Lydia Calix