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clotrimazole trade name

canesten

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clotrimazole expected effect

reduced anti fungal activity by altering cell wall permeability

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clotrimazole why use

vaginal yeast infections, oral thrush, diaper rash, pityriasis versicolour, ringworm

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clotrimazole dosage

1% topical cream, vaginal cream 1% 2%, 10mg troches

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clotrimazole routes of admin

PO, vag, topical

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clotrimazole adverse reactions

vaginal burning, irrigation, burning, feeling, rash, pruritis

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clotrimazole nursing considerations

allergic rxn, infection, check liver, use only on infected area, do not interchange routes

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miconazole trade name

oravig

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miconazole drug class

antifungal

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clotrimazole trade class

antifungal

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miconazole expected effect

anti fungal activity by disrupting cell membrane permeability

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why use miconazole

fungal infections, vulvovaginal candidiasis, athletes foot, jock itch, ringworm

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adverse effects miconazole

diarrhea, nausea, abdominal pain, vomit, vaginal buring, rash

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miconazole routes admin

topical, aerosol, powder, cream, sup, buccal

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miconazole nursing implications

assess hypersensitivity/ infection
- wash hands before and after, wash infected area and pat dry
- no tampons or sex after vaginal med
- for sup unwrap & use applicator to insert

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miconazole doses

buccal: 1 TAB 14 days
vulvovaginal candidiasis: 100mg Monistat 7 or 1 supp 100mg for 7 days or Monistat 3 200mg for 3 days, or 1200mg supp 1 day
tineas & yeast: TOP bid 2-4 weeks or TOP bid 2 weeks& apply sparingly