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Module 1 Open-Book Quiz 1

Selected answer giving hour of sleep hs medications

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Selected Answer: Giving hour of sleep (HS) medications at whatever time the patient wants to go to sleep Answers: Documenting in military time Allowing the nurse to give medications within one half-hour either before or after a medication is scheduled Avoiding the use of abbreviations Giving hour of sleep (HS) medications at whatever time the patient wants to go to sleep Question 18 0.25 out of 0.25 points Which of these statements made by the student nurse indicates the need for further teaching? (Select all that apply.) Selected Answers: "Reasons for refusal do not need to be documented on the MAR. Refusal is a basic right." "Pills can be hidden in food without physician and guardian consent whenever necessary."
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"Medications may be documented before giving them because they can be circled if they are refused." Answers: "Reasons for refusal do not need to be documented on the MAR. Refusal is a basic right." "Pills can be hidden in food without physician and guardian consent whenever necessary." "Medications may be documented before giving them because they can be circled if they are refused." "Two patient identifiers should be used in both acute and long- term care settings." Question 19 0.25 out of 0.25 points Which of these statements regarding controlled substances made by the nurse intern indicates the need for further teaching? (Select all that apply.) Selected Answers: "The cart keys should be hidden in the MAR when the nurse goes to lunch." "Controlled substances of deceased people should be flushed in the presence of a witness." Answers: "The cart keys should be hidden in the MAR when the nurse goes to lunch." "When controlled medications drop on the floor, they should be wasted with a witness present." "Controlled substances of deceased people should be flushed in the presence of a witness." "Controlled substances should be counted by the oncoming and offgoing nurse each shift." Question 20 0.25 out of 0.25 points Which statements made by the nurse indicate the need for further teaching? (Select all that apply.) Selected
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Answers: "Class X medications refer to illicit medications like cocaine." "Class D medications can be safely taken when pregnant." "Class C medications are controlled substance medications." Answers: "Class X medications refer to illicit medications like cocaine." "Class D medications can be safely taken when pregnant." "Class C medications are controlled substance medications." "Herbal remedies do not need to go through FDA efficacy trials before being marketed." Saturday, January 5, 2019 9:33:56 AM CST
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