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PHPR 20200 InClass Work #1 Name _________________________________________ Due Date: Wednesday, Jan 19 (in class) PUID ______________________________ Instructions: Please provide a reference for each question. You may only use a reference TWICE throughout the assignment. Online and in-print versions of the same reference count as separate references. 1. What is the difference between primary and tertiary literature? 2. What vaccine(s) is/are due in a 2 month old child that has already received one dose of the hepatitis B vaccine at birth? 3. What are the FDA pregnancy categories and what do they mean? 4. What pregnancy category does vancomycin injection fall under? Would you give this drug to a pregnant women (28 weeks)? Why or why not? 5. The physician ordered intravenous furosemide and midazolam to be administered to your
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Unformatted text preview: patient. Can these two medications be administered through the same IV line? PHPR 202 sp11 ICW #1 6. Fluoxetine belongs to what class of drugs? b. What strengths are fluoxetine capsules available in? 7. What are the common uses for black cohosh? 8. Your patient has been having trouble swallowing omeprazole capsule. Can the capsule be opened or crushed? Why or why not? 9. Calculate the body surface area of a 32 year old male who weighs 76 kg and is 69 inches tall. Show your work . 10. Your patient takes warfarin, simvastatin, and lisinopril. What interactions may occur with the concomitant use of these medications? PHPR 202 sp11 ICW #1 PHPR 202 sp11 ICW #1...
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