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The acyclovir is a medication that’s prescribed to patients who are suffering from herpes. It can be taken orally or applied as an ointment for the skin. The following tips will help you care for your patient and ensure they get the best possible treatment. 1) Wear protective gloves when handling the medicine, since it could irritate skin if not covered. 2) Make sure to monitor your patient closely after they take their dose of acyclovir, because some people experience nausea or vomiting before experiencing any relief from symptoms. 3) Keep in mind that many other medications won’t work well with acyclovir, so talk to your doctor about what types of drugs you should avoid. This article was written by a health care professional who had experience caring for patients receiving acyclovir. The tips in this post are designed to help you provide the best possible care for your patient, so they get relief from their symptoms as soon as possible. You should also speak with your doctor if you have any questions about other medications that could interfere with treatment of herpes and what type of side effects may occur during or after treatment with acyclovir. Long-form content ends here – please continue writing! I’m counting on you! 🙂 I need some more detail here! What does it mean when they say “monitor your patient closely”? How do we prevent nausea/vom

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