What do these medication orders mean?
No. I am not a nurse, nor am I going to be a nurse. But thank you for your concern, :D
Asked by Keesha Basso 1 month ago.
bumetanide 0.5mg PO tid today, then 0.5mg bid x 1 day, then D/C ciprofloxacin 200mg IV q 12 hr furosemide 40mg IV push now, then 20mg po q day Pro-Banthine tabs 15mg i a.c. Keflex 250mg #20 Sig: tab i qid with food Humulin-R insulin Sig: U-30 q am 30 min ac breakfast and U-20 30 min ac evening meal Answered by Mauro Dejes 1 month ago.
Bumetanide 0.5mg by mouth three times daily today, then 0.5mg twice daily for one day then discontinue Ciprofloxacin 200mg by IV every 12 hours Furosemide 40mg through IV push now then 20mg daily Pro-Banthine 15mg before meals Keflex 250mg one tablet four times daily with food Humulin-R 30units every morning 1/2 hour before breakfast and 20units every evening 1/2 before dinner. Insulin is injected subcutaneously and usually is in a concentration of 100units/mL Answered by Glenn Aristizabal 1 month ago.
The Pharm tech is correct with 2 exceptions. furosemide 40mg IV push now then 20mg by mouth daily Keflex 250mg dispense 20 tabs. Directions: Take 1 tablet 4 times a day with food Answered by Christie Artinger 1 month ago.
I hope you're not a nurse. And I really hope those aren't your medication orders. You're one sick puppy if they are. Answered by Nichelle Denlinger 1 month ago.
36 weeks pregnant, What the effects of taking bumetanide during the last months of pregnancy?
I was diagnosed with preeclampsia, and my doctor prescribed bumetanide (Miccil). I took 1 mg a day for 22 days until I read it could be harmful, is it?
Asked by Tori Kirst 1 month ago.
You need to continue taking it if your doctor said so. If you don't, you can suffer from seizures, high blood pressure, pre-term labor, and your baby could die. Answered by Nita Stika 1 month ago.
It can be harmful, but benefits outweigh the risks. It is a category C drug, meaning drugs should be given only if the potential benefit justifies the potential risk to the fetus. Not teratogenic in animals but at high doses it is embryocidal, causing fetal growth retardation and delayed ossification. No adequate human data but reported association with cardiovascular defects in 1st trimester exposure. Diuretics in general suppress lactation thus should be used cautiously. Answered by Micheal Scucchi 1 month ago.
What Is Bumetanide? I found out my mom is taking it, so what is it?
I am just curious because wikepedia says its for people who have really high blood pressure or heart failure, or is it like a weight loss drug? cause my mom has been trying to lose weight. please enlighten me on what this drug is
Asked by August Surrency 1 month ago.
All of the above are true (blood pressure, heart failure, weight loss). The drug has more than one purpose. Why don't you ask your mom? Answered by Morgan Philben 1 month ago.
The best thing to do is ask her yourself. Answered by Kathlyn Dellos 1 month ago.
Can diuretics cause even more water retention?
hi i am taking bumentanide.but it seems it is causing the water retention now instead for these reasons1.i am having sign of dehydration such as weak muscles and light headedness (which goes away when i drink water)2.lets say i don't drink anything but my ankles have a little fluid in them.so i take my...
Asked by Douglass Vongkhamphanh 1 month ago.
hi i am taking bumentanide.but it seems it is causing the water retention now instead for these reasons 1.i am having sign of dehydration such as weak muscles and light headedness (which goes away when i drink water) 2.lets say i don't drink anything but my ankles have a little fluid in them.so i take my bumetanide and hope fluid passes but nothing does.but soon as a go for a glass of water is flows like waterfalls.for example..i drink a 500 ml..i pee 500 ml straight away i am on 3 miligrams of bumetanide daily to help with my heart failure do you think the dose might be a tad bit high which is causing me to be drained of my minerals and fluids which in return causes me to retain water since my body needs to hold on to it?? what are your thoughts thanks alot Answered by Edmund Bronikowski 1 month ago.
Your dose is a tad higher than usual (0.5 - 2 mg are the usual doses). The doc should be testing your kidney function while you are on this. He also should have given you directions about how much fluid you can take per day. The dizziness is a common side effect of the drug. Hopefully you are getting a potassium supplement, and are having your potassium levels checked regularly. This diuretic will lower your sodium and potassium levels, but the doc should give you directions on managing that. Potassium is a critical electrolyte needed daily for bodily functions. At any rate, what you are describing is not increased water retention, but may be mild dehydration. Check with the doc about reducing the dosage. I assume he tried less potent drugs first, such as furosemide? Bumetanide is a very powerful diuretic. Best wishes. Answered by Leandro Moeckel 1 month ago.
There is a product called cell-u-loss at the site below which is great for water retention. I have never had any side effects with this product but it is great for getting the water off. Answered by Lashell Glicher 1 month ago.
it is the heart failure or severity of it which causes this. Answered by Pearlene Alma 1 month ago.
Miccil Medication .....?
Does anybody know the name of the generic medication equivalent to MICCIL , Thanks for everything.....
Asked by Mia Cansler 1 month ago.
The generic name is Bumetanide. Answered by Marleen Nicometo 1 month ago.
Found half a pink peachish pill with the letter Z or N on it?
any help please?
Asked by Ellis Stecher 1 month ago.
Could be Bumetanide, 2mg strength. It is a loop diuretic, similar to lasix. But, as previously mentioned, if it's not yours, just throw it away. Answered by Tammy December 1 month ago.
Throw it in the trash. Do not put it down the toilet as all drugs disposed of this way end up in our water supply. I recently read about contamination of water sources by flushing drugs and chemicals and the resulting problem is scary. Answered by Frederica Anders 1 month ago.
No idea & you need to dispose of it properly right away, so no one gets a hold of it. Answered by Roberto Mcnary 1 month ago.
Side effects of diuretics?
My mother is taking metolazone, along with bumetanide. This may not be unusual, but through research, I've found that this can cause a serious decrease in potassium and magnesium levels. My mother is also diabetic. She has been complaining of very blurred vision. Could this be a result of the combined...
Asked by Rina Waymire 1 month ago.
My mother is taking metolazone, along with bumetanide. This may not be unusual, but through research, I've found that this can cause a serious decrease in potassium and magnesium levels. My mother is also diabetic. She has been complaining of very blurred vision. Could this be a result of the combined diuretics or the side effects of her blood sugar? Her physician seems to have difficulty treating her, so any information would be GREATLY appreciated. Answered by Ying Hopple 1 month ago.
Some side effects are: Diuretics, sometimes called water pills, help rid your body of sodium and water. They work by making your kidneys excrete more sodium in urine. The sodium, in turn, takes water with it from your blood. That decreases the amount of fluid flowing through your blood vessels, which reduces pressure on the walls of your arteries. Answered by Paul Wagstaff 1 month ago.
I take a diuretic and it has caused no problems with vision. My potassium level was a bit low but I just eat a banana everyday and things are fine. Blurred vision is more likely caused by glaucoma. I'd get her eye pressure checked by an optometrist. Answered by Hanh Pinsonneault 1 month ago.
What is the very strongest diuretic you can take ?
Doctor's have given me several kinds of water pills but it seems like none of them work very well at all.I'm holding a tremendous amount of water and have to,HAVE TO get it off.I'm on a one thousand cc.limit per day.It was fifteen hundred but they lowered it.Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Asked by Lucina Foy 1 month ago.
The very strongest diuretics you can take are: * Furosemide * Bumetanide * Ethacrynic acid * Torsemide Answered by Merissa Metcalf 1 month ago.
This Site Might Help You. RE: What is the very strongest diuretic you can take ? Doctor's have given me several kinds of water pills but it seems like none of them work very well at all.I'm holding a tremendous amount of water and have to,HAVE TO get it off.I'm on a one thousand cc.limit per day.It was fifteen hundred but they lowered it.Any advice would be greatly... Answered by Donte Farella 1 month ago.
Strongest Diuretic Answered by Angele Conneely 1 month ago.
probably mannitol Answered by Nancey Lautzenheiser 1 month ago.
Diuretic not having much effect?
so i took one of my diuretic pill( bumetanide 1mg) just before i went to sleep .there i water in my ankles but i didn't pass much urine. what does that mean? is my body dehydrated and trying to hold on to water? i also have heart failure
Asked by Mavis Perie 1 month ago.
Go see a doctor or nurse at a clinic. Alternatively have you checked the website web MD? Answered by Sylvester Mcdevitt 1 month ago.
You're right on the money, Ken. Diuretics do no good except insure that you keep good relationships going with your doctor. The water retention in your ankles (edema) happened because your body sensed a drought condition (dehydration) and compensated for it by storing extra salt - which retains water. Drop the diuretic, drink lots of water and exercise - you need to flush out the extra salt. Make sure you lay off the salt for a couple of days. BTW - if you're drinking soft drinks, coffee or any other alternative to water, those are contributing to the problem because they act like a diuretic. Heart failure is definitely caused by dehydration. Click on the link below to learn about the correlation between dehydration and disease. Click on the second link to learn how to treat it. Answered by Enrique Matey 1 month ago.
i have chf also , i go through the same problem first u need to weigh yourself everyday now if u gain over three pounds call your doctor . Answered by Everett Gast 1 month ago.