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Mechanism of Action Nursing Implications Adverse Effects Drug Interactions/Contraindications Miscellaneous
100
What is an amino-glycoside?
What drug class is Gentamicin?
100
What is parenteral?
What is route of administration?
100
What is ototoxicity, nephrotoxicity, and hypersensitivity?
What are the main side effects?
100
What is inactivation? (through IV administration, do not mix in the same solutions)
What is the drug interaction between Penicillin and Gentamicin?
100
What is helping preserve probiotic activity? (gentamicin kills the bacteria and yeast found in probiotics)
Why should probiotics be given 2 hours after administrating Gentamicin?
200
What is protein Synthesis?
What does Gentamicin inhibit?
200
What is 30 minutes after administration IM and IV?
What is the peak?
200
What is hearing loss and loss of balance?
What are manifestations of ototoxicity?
200
What is increases the risk for ototoxicity? (concurrent administration of the two increases risk for ototoxicity)
What is the drug interaction between loop diuretics and gentamicin?
200
What is an indication of effectiveness?
What does resolution of a urinary tract manifestations indicate?
300
What is gram-negative bacilli?
What kind of bacteria does Gentamicin kill?
300
What is right before the next dose?
What is the trough?
300
What is proteinuria, casts in the urine, diluted urine, elevated BUN, and elevated creatinine?
What indicates nephrotoxicity?
300
What is patients with kidney impairment, hearing loss, and myasthenia gravis?
What cases should nurses use precaution or withhold administering Gentamicin?
300
What is tinnitus (ringing of the ears), hearing loss, and headache?
What client information needs to be reported to the provider?
400
What is e coli., k pneumonia, and p. aeruginosa?
What is the main therapeutic uses of Gentamicin?
400
What are the lab values that need to be monitored?What is input/output, blood urea nitrogen, and creatinine?
What are the lab values that need to be monitored?
400
What is rash, irritated skin, paresthesia of hands and feet, and hives?
What are signs of a hypersensitivity reaction to Gentamicin?
400
What is Vancomycin?
What medication increases the risk for nephrotoxicity when taken with Gentamicin?
400
What is intense neuromuscular blockade? (results in respiratory depression and muscle weakness)
What does hematuria and cloudy urine indicate?
500
What is a decrease in manifestations of infection? (fever, inflammation, and adventitious breath sounds)
What is indication of effectiveness?
500
What is completing the entire course of antimicrobial therapy?
What is the most important client education?
500
What is Category C pregnancy risk? (its should only be taken if the benefits outweigh the risks)
What pregnancy category risk is Gentamicin in?
500
What is ototoxicity?
What does ethacrynic acid increase the risk for when administered with Gentamicin?
500
What is bactericidal antibiotic?
What is the drug category of Gentamicin?






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