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34.A patient with asthma is going to begin taking an inhaled steroid. The nurse teaching thepatient that what adverse effects may occur when using this drug? (Select all that apply.)A)HeadacheB)Rebound congestionC)SepsisD)EpistaxisDownloaded by Ayesha Tariq ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|8213616
E)DepressionAns:A, B, DFeedback:Adverse effects associated with the use of inhaled steroids include irritability, notdepression, headache, rebound congestion, local infection, not sepsis and epistaxis.35.The nursing instructor is discussing the use of sympathomimetics in patients who haveacute bronchospasm. The instructor shares with the students that this classification ofdrugs is contraindicated or only used with great caution in patients with what disorders?(Select all that apply.)A)HypothyroidismB)Cardiac diseaseC)Kidney diseaseD)Diabetes mellitusE)Peripheral vascular diseaseDownloaded by Ayesha Tariq ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|8213616
Ans:B, D, EFeedback:Before administering a sympathomimetic the nurse should assess for possiblecontraindications or cautions that include any known allergies to any drug in this class,cigarette use, cardiac disease, vascular disease, arrhythmias, diabetes, andhyperthyroidism. Sympathomimetics have no known adverse effects in hypothyroidism orkidney disease.Downloaded by Ayesha Tariq ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|8213616
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