List common Allergic and Adverse Effects (who should not take this drug and why).
List three (3) learning objectives. You should implement Bloom’s Taxonomy (Blais & Hayes, 2011, p. 141, or review online) when developing objectives. You need to create one (1) objective for each learning domain (cognitiveImage of an icon that represents “Opens in a new window”, affectiveImage of an icon that represents “Opens in a new window”, psychomotorImage of an icon that represents “Opens in a new window”).
***Please note, if you do not have the Blais and Hayes text from Educational Planning, there are multiple online resources to guide you with developing objectives.
State and explain the type and class of medication.
Briefly describe the mechanism of action, (physiological role of the medication). For example, if you are assigned Calcium Channel Blockers, explain the role of calcium channels in muscle contraction. In order to understand how a medication works, you need to understand the normal physiological processes.
Indications for Use (what condition(s) is this drug primarily used to treat? Include information on generation of drug if applicable, i.e. first generation, etc).
Cite three (3) Common Trade Names.
List common Allergic and Adverse Effects (who should not take this drug and why). Please include any contraindications and/or cross sensitivity reactions (if applicable).
Common Dietary considerations and Herbal and/or OTC supplements.
Nursing Considerations: discuss implications for special populations (children, older adults, male vs female, etc).
Include three (3) test questions in your presentation for your peers. You should implement Bloom’s Taxonomy (Blais & Hayes, 2011, p. 141, or review online) when developing questions. (1) question for each learning domainicon that represents Do not create True/False questions, multiple choice only. Please attach question and answer ( MULTIPLE CHOICE)