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Unformatted text preview: al contraceptive use. The nurse understands that
oral contraceptives are contraindicated in patients with
which of the following disorders?
which A. Hypertension
C. Potential for blood clots
D. Depression Which of the following questions
should the nurse ask prior to the
administration of sildenafil ()?
A. “Are you currently taking medications for
“Do you have a history of diabetes”?
“Have you ever had an allergic reaction
to dairy products”?
“Have you ever been treated for migraine
headaches”? The nurse who notes that a male
client is taking finasteride (Proscar)
would question the client about a
history of which of the following
d. Bladder cancer
Benign prostatic hyperplasia A patient is taking estrogen (Premarin) 0.3
mg/day. Which of the following should be
included to reduce the risk of a cardiovascular
event such as a stroke or myocardial
D. Reduce aerobic activities.
Increase dietary intake of trans fat.
Take the medication with food.
Take A female patient is prescribed clomiphene
(Clomid) to treat infertility. The nurse should
instruct the patient that this drug will: A. promote follicular maturation and
B. prevent premature ovulation.
C. iincrease the blood levels of estrogen.
D. decrease the secretion of the
gonadotropins. A patient is taking finasteride (Proscar) for
benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). The nurse
should explain that this medication: A.
decreases the size of the prostate gland.
B. relaxes smooth muscle of the prostate gland.
A. , , and
reduces the risk of prostate cancer.
improves sexual performance during
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