Morphine: she have received 60 mg in the last 24 hours.
Cyclizine: 150 mg administered over 24 hours
Midazolam: Initially a dose of 10 mg would be reasonable with re-assessment after a period of time
In addition to the infusion the patient should be prescribed anticipatory meds as PRNs to allow the nurses to administer more analgesia/sedation/secretion drying medications for the patient on the Care of the Dying pathway (Hyoscine)
NB different hospitals will have different ways to prescribe infusions in this setting. This is something that you will almost certainly have to do during your FY1 year so it is worth getting to know what your hospital does early on in your job (or better still during your shadowing placement)
In order to get some prescribing resources out there we intend to publish a series of prescribing problems on the website. The problems will appear at least weekly with the "answers" appearing a couple of days later. We'll use the standard exam stationery available on the LSE, but also available below in case you haven't got access to the LSE.