Albuterol Use: is used to prevent and treat wheezing and shortness of breath caused by breathing problems (such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Trade & Generic Name: ProAir RespiClick /Albuterol Sulfate Indication(s): For the treatment of acute bronchospasm (e.g., asthma) and bronchospasm prophylaxis. Effects: It works in the airways by opening breathing passages and relaxing muscles. Side-Effects: Nervousness. Shaking of a part of the body. Headache. Nausea. Vomiting. Cough. Irritation in the throat. Contra-indication(s): overactive thyroid gland diabetes Ketoacidosis excess body acid low amount of potassium in the blood high blood pressure Diminished Blood Flow through Arteries of the Heart disease of inadequate blood flow to the heart muscle prolonged QT interval on EKG abnormal heart rhythm abnormal EKG with QT changes from birth seizures Paradoxical Bronchospasm Part II: In your own words, please explain the importance of knowing the vital signs before and after the administration of any drug. It is important to now the vital signs before and after the administration of any drug so that you can see if the drug has had an effect for the better or worse on the patient. You have a baseline to compare to. Part III: Please describe the Nitroglycerine Use: Nitroglycerin extended-release capsules are used to prevent chest pain (angina) in people with a (coronary artery disease). Trade & Generic Name: Nitro-Bid, Nitroglyn/Nitroglycerin Indication(s): Take this medication by mouth Effects: This drug works by relaxing and widening blood vessels so blood can flow more easily to the heart. Side-Effects: Headache, dizziness, lightheadedness, nausea, and flushing may occur as your body adjusts to this medication Contra-indication(s): Nitrates will amplify the vasodilatory effects of sildenafil or other phosphodiesterase inhibitors (e.g., vardenafil, tadalafil) if coadministered and result in severe hypotension. Coadministration of phosphodiesterase inhibitors with nitroglycerin is considered contraindicated (see Drug Interactions).