Unformatted text preview: PDE5 inhibitors---,
Botulinum toxin---Botox (single injection
Botulinum which may decrease symptoms for up to a
year) Drugs That Worsen Benign
Prostatic Hyperplasia Symptoms
Antimuscarinic agents (e.g., atropine,
Drugs with significant antimuscarinic
effects (e.g., H1 receptor antagonists,
Diuretics dosed late in the day can
contribute to nocturnal urinary frequency.
contribute Study Guide Questions
1. ED is commonly associated with what
2. The risk of Ed increases with________?
() is absolutely contraindicated for
patients taking what drug?
4. __________is an herbal preparation that
can reduce symptoms of BPH?
3. Example Test
Questions A patient beginning to take a combination
estrogen-progestin product as an oral
contraceptive demonstrates knowledge of
adverse effects by stating to expect which of the
following A. Total loss of menses
B. Reduced breast size
C. Fluid retention and weight gain
D. Hypertension and headache A woman visits a health center requesting oral
contraception. The health care provider explains to the
patient that which of the following is needed as baseline
before prescribing an oral contraceptive?
before A. Electrolyte level
B. Pregnancy test
C. Liver function tests
D. Vaginal cultures A women beginning to take oral contraceptives
should be taught by the health care provider that
to be most effective, the pills should be taken:
to A. Before breakfast
B. At the same time each day
C. After the noon meal
D. Just prior to going to bed In developing a teaching plan for a patient taking oral
contraceptives, the nurse teaches which of the following
may decrease the effectiveness of her chosen method of
contraception? A. Antibiotics
C. Calcium channel blockers
D. Antihypertensives The nurse is screening a patient for the appropriateness
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