Choose a medication type from the following list, note why the
medication is used, and consider adverse effects. Invent a scenario
where giving this medication could result in an ethical or legally
charged situation. Try not to choose a category that has been well
addressed by your peers.Bethanaechol / cholinergics: Consider risks of inducing urgency or bradycardia in a clients with dementia issuesBenztropine /anticholinergics: Consider harms that can occur with comorbidities like glaucoma or BPHAlbuterol /adrenergics: Consider harms that can occur is asthmatic children are in charge of their own inhalersAtenolol/ beta blockers: Consider harms that could occur if heart rate was low or patient was asthmaticLorazepam /benzodiazepines: Consider vulnerability issues related to sedation and induction of memory lossOxycodone / opiates: Consider addiction, drug seeking and patient vulnerability in impaired nursesAmitriptylline /tricyclics: Consider vulnerability issues with risk of suicidal overdose given anticholinergic effectsPhenelzine /MAOIs: Consider consequences of nonadherence to dietary restrictions on these medicationsHaloperidol / neuroleptics: Consider risks of chemical sedation, especially long term risksLithium: Consider risks of mismanagement by clients whose behaviors are unpredictablePhenytoin / antiepileptics: Consider risks of Class D in young women vs risks of going without anti-epilepticsSecobarbital / barbituates: Consider risks related to availability of barbituates to teens via the internet Kava or Valerian: Consider risks of availability of compounding poorly controlled over the counter sedativesSumatriptan / triptans: Consider risks of cerebral ischemia when giving vasoconstrictors for migraine control Cyclobenzaprine for back spasms: Consider risks of impaired function when nurses take muscle relaxantsPrednisone / steroids: Consider long term effects, when other immune suppressors are too expensive to access.