Myelogram Teaching 1482

The patient was instructed in myelogram to lower the bed to the horizontal position to dismiss a headache. The patient was advised to take mild analgesics for insistent pain. The patient was recommended not to take phenothiazines for nausea and vomiting because these agents can increase symptoms of toxicity. The patient was recommended in the need to increase fluid drinking to improve defecation of the dye and to substitute cerebrospinal fluid.