The indication for Levonorgestrel – how it should be used – special considerations or precautions – common and serious side effects.
Discuss the indication for Levonorgestrel. How should the medication be used? What are some special considerations or precautions? What are some the common and serious side effects of the medication? Can you purchase Plan B in your state without a prescription? What are your personal views on Plan B
Remember to review the student engagement expectation section on discussion topics. This section provides specific guidelines which can affect your grade. Original discussion posts are due by day four and replies to two students is due by day seven. Review the rubric for further details on the evaluation methods for discussion questions. The discussion topic rubric can be found on the course site.
Week Four Required Readings
This week you will need to review the following in your textbook Pharmacology: A patient-centered nursing process approach (9th ed.) (pages 602-811):
Units XIII: Gastrointestinal Drugs, pages 602-233
XIV: Eye, Ear, and Skin Drugs, pages 634-664
XV: Endocrine Drugs, pages 665-700
UXVI: Renal and Urologic Drugs, pages 701-708
XVII: Reproductive and Gender Related Drugs, pages 709-811
The indication for Levonorgestrel – how it should be used – special considerations or precautions – common and serious side effects