quiz 19 - ViewAttempt2of2 Title: Kee Chap 19 (7th ed)...

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View Attempt 2 of 2 Title: Kee Chap 19 (7th ed) Started: November 14, 2011 7:34 PM Submitte d: November 14, 2011 7:41 PM Time spent: 00:06:49 Total score: 22/24 = 91.6667% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 24 1.   Parasympathomimetics mimic the parasympathetic neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Another drug group name for parasympathomimetics is: Student Response Value A. adrenergics B. adrenergic blockers C. cholinergics 100% D. anticholinergics General Feedback : This is another word for parasympathomimetics. Score: 1/1 2.   Parasympathomimetics affect the cardiovascular, gastrointestinal (GI), and urinary systems, as well as the eye, causing: Student Response Value A. increased pulse rate B. decreased GI motility C. decreased bladder contraction D. myosis (pupil constriction) 100%
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General Feedback : These agents decrease pulse rate, increase GI motility, and increase bladder contraction. Score: 1/1 3.   Indirect-acting cholinergics act by: Student Response Value A. inhibiting the action of the enzyme cholinesterase 100% B. promoting the action of the enzyme cholinesterase C. inhibiting the action directly on the cholinergic receptors D. promoting the action directly on the cholinergic receptors General Feedback : This is the function of indirect-acting cholinergics. Score: 1/1 4.   A client has urinary retention. He was prescribed bethanechol chloride 25 mg, tid, po. The primary action of direct-acting cholinergic bethanechol chloride (Urecholine) is to: Student Response Value A. increase urination 100% B. increase salivation C. decrease heart rate D. increase GI motility General Feedback : This medication increases bladder contraction, leading to more effective bladder emptying. Score: 1/1
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  A client is receiving bethanechol chloride (Urecholine) orally. What other route of administration can be used to give bethanechol? Student Response Value A. intramuscular B. intravenous C. subcutaneous 100% D. intradermal General Feedback : Bethanechol may be given orally or subcutaneously. Score: 1/1 6.   Bethanechol chloride (Urecholine) is contraindicated if a client has a history of: Student Response Value A. severe bradycardia and hypotension 100% B. tachycardia and hypertension C. urinary retention and abdominal distention D. hypertension and urinary retention General Feedback : Side effects of this medication are decreasing the pulse rate and vasodilation, which can exacerbate bradycardia and hypotension. Score:
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quiz 19 - ViewAttempt2of2 Title: Kee Chap 19 (7th ed)...

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