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DRUG STUDY Name: Frances Therese Urot Age: 4 years old Address: Jagobiao Mandaue City Chief Complaint:

Date of Admission: August 08, 2011 Admitting Diagnosis: Acute Gastroenteritis with some Dehydration Brand Name: Erceflora Generic Name: Bacillus clausii
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Sex: Roman Catholic

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Anti-diarrhea DOSAGE 1 vial B.I.D

Contributes to the recovery of the intestinal microbial flora altered during the course of microbial disorders of diverse origin. It produces various vitamins, particularly group B vitamins thus contributing to correction of vitamin disorders caused by antibiotics & chemotherapeutic agents. Promotes normalization of

For Acute No known diarrhea with adverse duration of 14 effects. days due to infection drugs or poisons. Chronic or persistent diarrhea with duration of >14 days.

Not for use in immune compromised patients (cancer patients on chemotherapy, patients taking immunosuppressant meds)

1.) Observe the 5 rights in giving medications 2.) Shake drug well before administration. Allows equal distribution of the drug in the fluid it is in. 2.) Monitor patient for any unusual effects from drug. Monitoring allows detection of possible side effects of the drug since there has been no known side effect of the drug. 3.) Administer drug within 30 minutes after opening container.

intestinal flora. To avoid contamination of the drug. 4.) Dilute drug with sweetened milk, orange juice or tea. To allow easy administration of the drug. 5.) Administer drug orally. Proper administration allows better effects of the drug and prevent possible complications

DRUG STUDY Name: Frances Therese Urot Age: 4 years old Address: Jagobiao Mandaue City Chief Complaint: Date of Admission: August 08, 2011 Admitting Diagnosis: Acute Gastroenteritis with some Dehydration Brand Name: Racecadotril Generic Name: Hidrase
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Sex: Roman Catholic

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Anti-diarrhea For the treatment of acute diarrhea Powd Renal or hepatic impairment. Fructose intolerance, glucose & galactose mal absorption syndrome or sucrase isomaltase deficiency.

DRUG STUDY Name: Frances Therese Urot Age: 4 years old Address: Jagobiao Mandaue City Chief Complaint: Date of Admission: August 08, 2011 Admitting Diagnosis: Acute Gastroenteritis with some Dehydration Brand Name: Generic Name:
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Sex: Roman Catholic

CONTRAINDICATION

NURSING RESPONSIBILITY

Anti-diarrheals DOSAGE 1 vial B.I.D

Contributes to the recovery of the intestinal microbial flora altered during the course of microbial disorders of diverse origin. It produces various vitamins, particularly group B vitamins thus contributing to correction of vitamin disorders caused by antibiotics & chemotherapeutic

For Acute No known diarrhea with adverse duration of 14 effects. days due to infection drugs or poisons. Chronic or persistent diarrhea with duration of >14 days.

Not for use in immune compromised patients (cancer patients on chemotherapy, patients taking immunosuppressant meds)

1.) Observe the 5 rights in giving medications 2.) Shake drug well before administration. Allows equal distribution of the drug in the fluid it is in. 2.) Monitor patient for any unusual effects from drug. Monitoring allows detection of possible side effects of the drug since there has been no known side effect of the drug. 3.) Administer drug within 30 minutes after opening

agents. Promotes normalization of intestinal flora.

container. To avoid contamination of the drug. 4.) Dilute drug with sweetened milk, orange juice or tea. To allow easy administration of the drug. 5.) Administer drug orally. Proper administration allows better effects of the drug and prevent possible complications

DRUG STUDY Name: Age: Sex: Roman Catholic Address: Chief Complaint: Date of Admission: Admitting Diagnosis: Acute Gastroenteritis with some Dehydration Brand Name: co amoxiclav Generic Name:
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Antibiotics DOSAGE 1 ml every 12 hours P.O

Is an antibiotic that is a combination of penicillin and a substance called clavulanic acid. It kills bacteria by interfering with their ability to form cell walls. The bacteria therefore break up and die.

For abdominal infections Infections in the organs associated with breathing including nasal passages, sinusis, windpipe and lungs. Infections of connective tissue,

Gastrointestin al reactions : Diarrhoea, indigestion, nausea, vomiting, and mucocutaneou s candidiasis have been reported. Genitourinary effects:Vagina l itching, soreness and discharge may occur.

Co-amoxiclav may not be administered to patients with verified hypersensitivity to lactams (e.g. penicillins, cephalosporins). Attention to possible cross-sensitivity with other -lactams should be considered. Co-amoxiclav may not be used in patients with a previous history of Coamoxiclav or

1.) Observe the 5 rights in giving medications. 2.) Assess for infection 3.) Monitor the bow function. 4.) Instruct the watcher to take the medication around the clock and to finish the drug completely as directed. 5.) Advise watcher to report signs of superinfection

commonly the skin.

penicillin-associated jaundice/hepatic dysfunction.