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Medication Side Effect Information

Chances are that during your stay with us, you will receive a variety of medications that help to make your procedure and recovery successful. In our commitment to quality care, it is our obligation to inform you about some of the medications you will receive during your stay, as well as their possible side effects. It is important that you understand that the effects of these drugs may last up to 24 hours following their administration. During such time, you should not operate a vehicle or other machinery, sign important papers, or decide legal matters. You should not drink any alcoholic beverages.

Drug Type/Name Sedatives: Proprofol,

Versed, Ketamine, Valium,

Benadryl Anesthesia Gases: Sevoflurane, Forane

Antibiotics: Cipro, Ancef, Ampicillin, Rocephin, Clindamycin, Levaquin, Gentamycin, Vancomycin Antinausea Medicine: Reglan, Zofran, Pepcid, Phenergan, Compazine Pain Medicine/Opiates: Demerol, Fentanyl, Morphine, Stadol Pain Medicine/Non- Opiates: Toradol Pain Medicines/By Mouth: Lortab, Darvocet, Percocet Heart Medicines: Procardia, Labetalol, Hydralizine, Cardizem

Uses Sedation and maintenance

of anesthesia

To maintain sleep during surgery

To prevent infection

To help prevent and treat nausea and vomiting

To help prevent and control pain

To help prevent and control pain To help prevent and control pain

To control heart rate and blood pressure

Possible Side Effects Light headedness, sedation, forgetfulness, drowsiness, anxiety, and dizziness Light headedness, may have some difficulty urinating, sedation You will probably experience no side effects. Rarely you may experience hives, rash, or itching Dry mouth, sedation, may have some difficulty urinating Sedation, light headedness, nausea, and rarely confusion You will probably experience no side effects Sedation, light headedness, nausea

Dizziness, light headedness, sedation

If you experience hives, rash, or itching – CALL YOUR DOCTOR!!

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