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PHARMACY CONSULT RESULTS HIS

PHARMACY CONSULT RESULTS HIS

ADULT IMMUNIZATION PROTOCOL
Immunization ordered and available on Unit per protocol
Influenza immunisation, Flu vaccination
Pneumococcal vaccination
GENTAMICIN
years
Gender
cm
kg
mg/dL
mg/dL
TOBRAMYCIN
years
Gender
cm
kg
mg/dL
mg/dL
VANCOMYCIN
VANCOMYCIN ORDER APPROVED (GUIDELINES FOR RECULTURE: VANCOMYCIN AFTER 7 DAYS MUST BE REEVALUATED AND IV THERAPY DISCONTINUED, IF INDICATED. RECULTURE IF NECESSARY 72 HOURS AFTER ANTIBIOTIC IS STOPPED)
Routine surgical prophylaxis other than in a patient who has a life-threatening condition
Treatment in response to a single blood culture positive for coagulase-negative staphylococcus, if other blood cultures drawn in the same time frame are negative,and if contamination of the blood culture is likely.
Continued empiric use for presumed infections in patients whose cultures are negative for beta-lactam-resistant gram-positive microorganisms.
Systemic or local prophylaxis for infection or colonization of indwelling central or peripheral intravascular catheters.
Selective decontamination of the digestive tract.
Eradication of MRSA colonization (mupiracin should be applied topically).
Primary treatment of antibiotic-associated colitis.
Routine prophylaxis for very low-birth weight infants.
Routine prophylaxis for patients on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis or hemodialysis.
Treatment chosen for dosing convenience of infections due to beta-lactam sensitive gram-positive microorganisms in patients with renal failure.
Use of vancomycin solution for topical application or irrigation.
Other
PHYTONADIONE NEONATAL INJ 1MG/0.5ML IM ONCE (Comments: Administer Vit K in the anterior thigh)
ERYTHROMYCIN OINT, OPHTHALMIC ONCE (Apply to both eyes within 1 hour of birth in L&D)
TRIPLE DYE PIN POINT APPLICATOR, TOPICAL ONCE (Apply to cord after first bath)
HEPATITIS B VACCINE PEDI INJ 5MCG/0.5ML IM ONCE (Give after consent is signed)
A&D (VITAMIN A/VITAMIN D) OINT, TOP 60GM APPLY THIN LAYER PRN (May be used on perineum as needed)