A patient is prescribed vancomycin for a gram-positive organism. The nurse on the shift before you stated in report that they could not find an

A patient is prescribed vancomycin for a gram-positive organism. The nurse on the shift before you stated in report that they could not find an IV pump, so they just hung the vancomycin and let it run to gravity. When you assess your patient, you notice flushing of the skin, a rash starting to appear, and the patient is becoming hypotensive. Mr. Collins is a 52-year-old client with a history of chronic renal insufficiency who presents to the medical clinic complaining of a severe sore throat. He is diagnosed with streptococcal pharyngitis. He is informed by the primary care provider that he will be treated with ampicillin 500 mg every 6 hours.