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12/4/21, 8:17 AMTest: Prophecy RN Pharmacology A | Quizlet1/10You're learning!Even if you don’t know all the answers yet, testing yourself is the most effective way to master them. Keep itup!SCORE0/20(0%)TIME1 minRetest missed termsTake a new test5 True/False questionsGive this one a try later!TermYour patient has an epidural infusing hydromorphone with bupivacaine at 6ml/hrcontinuously. The patient's blood pressure at the beginning of your shift was92/58 with a heart rate of 68. You noticed the patient's blood pressures havebeen around 130/70. What should you do FIRST?DefinitionCheck infusion rate to confirm 6ml/hr, then notify anesthesia provider1 of 20
12/4/21, 8:17 AMTest: Prophecy RN Pharmacology A | Quizlet2/10TrueFalseGive this one a try later!Definitionchlorpromazine (Thorazine)TermYour patient, a Type 1 diabetic with a history of schizophrenia is exhibiting signsand symptoms of tardive dyskinesia, Which of the following long-termmedications is more likely the etiology of the problem?TrueFalse2 of 20Give this one a try later!Definitionprednisone (Deltasone)TermThe dosage of which drug must be tapered off slowly to prevent acute adrenalinsufficiency?TrueFalse3 of 20
12/4/21, 8:17 AMTest: Prophecy RN Pharmacology A | Quizlet3/10Give this one a try later!TermYour patient is to receive 2 G vancomycin over 2 hours. The medication comes infrom the pharmacy as 2 G Vancomycin in 250ml normal saline. At what rate willthe IV medication run?

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Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical drug, Prescription drug, digoxin, Vancomycin

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